Soviet writings on earth satellites and space travel.
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Shternfelʹd, Ario Abramovich.
Artificial satellites, Russian.
Manned space flight.
253 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Articles by Ari Sternfeld and others.
English translation of papers written for the Russian public by leading Soviet specialists in the field of astronautics.
pt. 1. From Earth satellites to interplanetary travel / by Ari Sternfeld -- pt. 2. The Sputniks: Space travel initiated / by academician V. Ambartsumyan -- From man-made satellite to Moon-bound voyages / by Professor V. Dobronrarov -- Earth satellites and geophysical problems / by Alexander Obukhov -- Sputnik II: report in Pravda, November 13, 1957 -- Life in Sputnik / by P. Isakov -- Conducting optical observations / by Professor B. Kukarkin -- What Sputnik I disclosed about radiowave propagation / by Professor A. Kasantsev -- Russian Air Force views on Sputniks / by V. Aleksandrov, G.I. Pokrovsky, V. Grenin, and V. Kaznevsky -- Soviet Sputniks and radio electronics / by academician A.I. Berg -- What Sputniks I and II disclosed about outer space: report in Pravda, April, 1958 -- Sputnik III in flight: Soviet press release, May 29, 1958 -- Design of the third Soviet Sputnik: report in Izvestia, May 20, 1958 -- Solar battery on Sputnik III / by M.S. Sominsky -- Model comparison / by Ari Sternfeld.
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