Advances in the Astronautical Sciences
George W. Morganthaler
American Astronautical Society, 1987 - Science - 1777 pages
Vols. 1- are the Proceedings of the American Astronautical Society's annual and West Coast meetings and Symposia of the Society.
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Images of Comet Hal ley AAS 86274
Rocket Ultraviolet Observations of Comet Hal
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activity Aerospace aircraft altitude analysis antenna applications array atmospheric baseline beam Biosphere capability cells CELSS Center channels codes Comet Halley commercial communications components convection cost crystal dB/K Doppler radar downburst dynamic earth stations earthquake engineering environment experiments expert system facilities Figure flight flow frequency geodesy gravity wave growth gust fronts gyroscope heat transfer INTELSAT interconnects Laboratory launch layer Lee Waves measurements meters microburst microgravity mission module molecular NASA NUSAT operation optical orbit payload potential prediction pressure processing production reactor region requirements satellite Science sensors Shuttle signal solar Space Station spacecraft Spacelab spectral subsystems surface switching TDMA techniques telescope temperature thermal TOPEX transmission turbulence TV-SAT TVRO two-phase velocity wavelength Weber State College wind wind shear