• Engineering
  • Published 2003

Guidelines and Capabilities for Designing Human Missions

@inproceedings{Allen2003GuidelinesAC,
  title={Guidelines and Capabilities for Designing Human Missions},
  author={Christopher S. Allen and R. O. Burnett and John B. Charles and F. A. Cucinotta and Richard Fullerton and Jerry Ronald Goodman and Anthony D. Griffith and Joseph Kosmo and Michele H. Perchonok and Jan W. Railsback and Sudhakar Rajulu and Don Stilwell and Gretchen A. Thomas and Terry O. Tri and Jitendra Joshi and Raymond M. Wheeler and Marianne Rudisill and John W. Wilson and Alyssa Mueller and Anne Simmons},
  year={2003}
}

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