Progress In Astronautics and Aeronautics: Commercial Opportunities In Space

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AIAA, 1990 - Astronautics - 270 pages
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Contents

Long March Launch Vehicles in the 1990s
1
Advent of Commercial Space
7
Commercial Policies for an International Remote Sensing System
11
Payload Bus and Launcher Compatibility for Multibeam Mobile Communication
15
Satellite Remote Sensing of Water Resources in the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers
18
Concept Evolution and Current Status
19
ISASs New Launch Vehicle for Science Use
24
A Simulation Study
32
An Emerging Global Option
121
Use of Satellite Communication for Technology Development and Transfer
123
Dynamics of Surface Tension in Microgravity Environment
124
Legal Problems of Developing Countries Access
132
International Law of Responsibility for Remote Sensing
140
Containerless Processing Using Electromagnetic I dilation
151
Rupture of the Spit of Sangomar Estuary of the Saalum Senegal
170
Support for European Orbital
176

NASA Directions in Space Propulsion for 2000 and Beyond
35
User Accommodations on Space Station Freedom
36
Remote Sensing Applications to Tectonism in West Tennessee
44
Establishing a Center for Advanced Space Propulsion
50
Satellite Technology in the African Center of Meteorological Applications
54
Possible Uses of the External Tank in Orbit
60
Planning for Space Station Freedom Laboratory Payload Integration
61
Space Station Application of Lessons Learned from Space Shuttle Integrated
69
Hydrologic Assessment of Critical Erosion Areas Using Satellite Data
70
Key to LowCost Space Applications
72
Applications of HighResolution Remote Sensing Image Data
77
LowGravity Materials Experiments in the Space Station Freedom
84
Power from the Space Shuttle
90
Preparation of Synthetic Polymer Membranes in a Microgravity Environment
94
Multiple Experiment Processing Furnace Crystal Growth Facility
103
Use of the Spectroradiometer 111800 to Solve Problems of Preservation
105
SP100 Nuclear Space Power Systems with Application
106
Modular Containerless Processing Facility
112
Review of Drop Tube and Drop Tower Facilities and Research
179
Saudi Arabias Experience in Solar Energy Applications
181
The Saudi Center for Remote Sensing
191
The German Recovery Program
193
LowCost LowVolume Carrier Minilab for Biotechnology
199
Pathway to LowCost
202
Agricultural Applications of Remote Sensing in Hungary
205
Cell Separation and Electrofusion in Space
214
Prerequisite for Space
217
LowCost Satellites and Satellite Launch Vehicles
227
Satellite Launch and TTC Systems of China and Their Roles
235
Remote Sensing Activities in Japan
240
Glass Preparation Under Microgravity
251
Logistic Support to Space
255
Communications and Broadcasting Satellites in Japan
259
Author Index for Volume 126
270
Space Research Satellite Program of Japan
271
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