A Study of Scientific Mission Support of a Lunar Exploration System for Apollo: Final Report
North American Aviation, Space and Information Systems Division, 1965 - Lunar bases
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activities addition alternative mission analyses APOLLO LESA areas astronomy investigations automated Base Model baseline missions biological charged particles circumlunar satellite develop early missions earth-moon electromagnetic interference equipment exobiology experiments extended lunar follow-on forty-inch telescope Geochemistry geophysical geosciences investigations high scientific merit Initial Concepts instru interplanetary interstellar Interstellar medium later missions LESA 2 base LESA concept LESA missions logistic lunar base lunar environment LUNAR EXPLORATION SYSTEM lunar operations lunar roving vehicle lunar surface operations lunar-limb magnetic fields main base major objectives ment meteorites meteorological monitoring moon North American Aviation NUMBER oceanography optical astronomy panel members payload permit photographic Pre-LESA prior Radioastronomy and Wave radioastronomy observatory Recommended Investigations returned to earth scientific mission objectives SCIENTIFIC MISSION SUPPORT scientific objectives Scientific Review Committee seismic shelter module significant solar wind spectroscopy STUDY OF SCIENTIFIC subsurface support requirements SYSTEM FOR APOLLO thermal transponder traverse capability twelve-inch ultraviolet wave propagation X-ray astronomy