Commercial operations in space, 1980-2000 / 18th Goddard Memorial Symposium, edited by John L. McLucas, Charles Sheffield.
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McLucas, John L.
American Astronautical Society.
Space industrialization -- Congresses.
AAS science and technology series ; v. 51.
xi, 201 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Papers presented at the 18th Goddard Memorial Symposium, held March 27-28, 1980, in Washington, D.C.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
pt. I. Manufacturing in space. Materials science and engineering in space (AAS 80-057) ; Materials engineering in space (AS 80-056) -- part II. Space power systems. Space Shuttle power extension package (AAS 80-080) ; NASA's 25 kw power module : reference system (AAS 80-081) ; Orbital transfer of large space structures with nuclear electric rockets (AAS 80-083) ; Satellite power system (SPS) overview of system studies and critical technology (AAS 80-084) ; Electric orbit transfer vehicles : their role and key considerations (AAS 80-082) Abstract ; The mixed-mode principle and advanced chemical rocket engine concepts (AAS 80-090) Abstract -- part III. Earth resources. Crop reporting from space : problems, promises, potential (AAS 80-062) -- part IV. Commercial launch operations. Space Industrialization Act and the government role in the commercialization of space (AAS 80-076) ; The airlines in the 80's and 90's : what would Juan Trippe do? (AAS 80-077A) summary -- part V. Research opportunities. Approaches to private sector involvement with government in technology development (AAS 80-086) ; Innovation of space technology through joint endeavors between NASA and private industry (AAS 80-088) -- part VI. International opportunities. Commercial opportunities in space : a European viewpoint (AAS 80-065) ; Ariane (AAS 80-066) ; Commercial operations for the external tank in orbit (AAS 80-089).
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