A Design Pattern Language for Space Stations and Long- Term Residence Human Spacecraft

@article{Lowe2006ADP,
  title={A Design Pattern Language for Space Stations and Long- Term Residence Human Spacecraft},
  author={James D. Lowe},
  journal={Space},
  year={2006}
}
The purpose of this paper is to present the beginnings of an architectural design pattern language for use in studying and designing space-based human habitats. At present, the space habitat pattern language consists of 60 patterns, arranged into 4 hierarchical categories, derived from the history of space-station designs ranging from Salyut 1 to Skylab, Mir, and the International Space Station. This paper discusses the pattern language and how it was derived, presents a selection of its… 
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