• Corpus ID: 210030416

Exploring the unknown: Selected documents in the history of the US Civil Space Program. Volume 1; Organizing for exploration

@inproceedings{Logsdon1995ExploringTU,
  title={Exploring the unknown: Selected documents in the history of the US Civil Space Program. Volume 1; Organizing for exploration},
  author={John Logsdon and Linda J. Lear and Jannelle Warren-Findley and Ray A. Williamson and Dwayne A. Day},
  year={1995}
}
29 Citations
Association of Space Flight Participants: History and Development Issues (Part 1).
The paper is devoted to the establishment and development of the International Association of Space Explorers with the active involvement of the Soviet and Russian cosmonauts. The Association is a
Association of Space Flight Participants: History and Development Issues (Part 2).
The paper is devoted to the establishment and development of the International Association of Space Explorers with the active involvement of the Soviet and Russian cosmonauts. The Association is a
Back cover.
Sunny tsiao conducts aerospace research for Itt Corporation and has written for the Department of Defense, the Federal Aviation Administration and the national Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Back cover.
TLDR
Bill Pickering’s pioneering work formed the foundation upon which the current program for exploring the authors' solar system was built, and on this, the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Space Age, it is proper to remind ourselves of the ordinary people who met the extraordinary challenge to make it happen.
International Governance, Organizational Standards, and the First Global Satellite Communication System
  • H. Slotten
  • Political Science
    Journal of Policy History
  • 2015
In July 1962, a New York Times correspondent proclaimed that the fi rst live television broadcast from Europe to the United States using the communications satellite Telstar would “rank as one of the
Pursuit of Power: NASA's Propulsion Systems Laboratory No. 1 and 2
As the Sun set on a pleasant late September evening in 1952, the exterior lights of the new Propulsion Systems Laboratory (PSL) were illuminated. A photographer and his assistant set up their tripod
Science, geography, and nation: the global creation of Thumba
Abstract The origins of the Indian space program are typically traced back to the founding of a rocket launch base in Thumba in the state of Kerala in India in the 1960s. In creating infrastructure
BIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX
Entries are ordered alphabetically according to the name most commonly used in the correspondence in this volume. If individuals' roles changed during the four Conservative administrations covered,
...
1
2
3
...