McGraw-Hill Custom Pub., Jul 21, 2003 - Science - 800 pages
This is an introductory text in astronautics. It contains historical background and a discussion of space missions, space environment, orbits, atmospheric entry, spacecraft design, spacecraft subsystems, and space operations. It features section reviews summarizing key concepts, terms, and equations, and is extensively illustrated with many photos, figures, and examples Space law, politics,and economics This is a truly user-friendly, full-color text focused on understanding concepts and practical applications but written in a down-to-earth, engaging manner that painlessly helps you understand complex topics. It is laid out with multi-color highlights for key terms and ideas, reinforced with detailed example problems, and supported by detailed section reviews summarizing key concepts, terms, and equations.
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Review: Lsc Understanding SpaceUser Review - Alli - Goodreads
Used this text for my orbital mechanics class for my Master's. The back says it's geared towards high school seniors and undergrads, but it actually is a good book for a graduate program, I learned a lot from it. Read full review
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