Space Station Technology 1983: Proceedings of the Space Station Technology Workshop Held at the National Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 28-31
Robert Lewis Wright, Cathy R. Mays
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1984 - Space stations - 186 pages
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ATTITUDE CONTROL AND STABILIZATION
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ANALYSIS ANTENNAS architecture artificial intelligence AUTOMATION bubble memory coatings COMPONENTS computer-aided engineering concept control technology crew crew station cryogenic cycle cost defined design for growth enabling technology engineering environment established evolutionary FAULT TOLERANCE fiber optic Figure 13 Figure 17 funding ground test hardware heat pipe HEAT REJECTION identified industry initial space station INTEGRATED issues listed in figure MAN-MACHINE INTERFACE mechanisms mission MODULE NASA NASA Hq navigation NETWORK NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEM ON-ORBIT operations orbit panel PAYLOAD performance priority problem propulsion radiator RECOMMENDATIONS regenerative systems resupply Salyut sensors shown in figure Shuttle simulation Skylab solar array space station program Space Station Technology Space Suit spacecraft Station Technology Workshop storage structures Subpanel subsystem tasks technology advancement TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY GROWTH TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY READINESS Technology Workshop Williamsburg teleoperators test beds thermal control Virginia March 28-31 VIRTUAL MEMORY