Proceedings of the Pilot Clinic on the Instrumentation Requirements for Human Comfort and Space Travel: Held at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, October 26-27, 1959
Foundation for Instrumentation Education and Research, 1960 - Space flight - 165 pages
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