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  • Progplaneart_012709164341.pdf

    Manned space flight offers the opportunity to couple the astronaut/scientist's ability to select and process data and to calibrate, modify and repair instruments with the vantage point for astronomical observations provided by a platform located above the Earth's atmosphere. This paper briefly examines the role which manned space flight may play in the 1970-1990 time period in meeting astronomy research needs. The instruments and facilities which appear feasible for that period are described.; Paper presented by J. R. Olivier, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center and H. L. Wolbers, Ph.D, McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company - Western Division, Advance Space and Launch Systems.
  • spc_lude_008_026.pdf

    The pamphlet includes a reprint of an article from RCAA publication Space Journal, a history of the organization with photos, and membership information.
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