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  • spacebusinessdaily_19651129.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 18 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the direct FM broadcast satellite, Boeing's study on extended radiation exposure in space missions, an update on the preparations for the Gemini missions, the recovery of the French test rocket ICBM Force De Dissuasion, the construction of the first test models of the lunar orbiter, the first drop test of the Surveyor, the official end of the McDonnell strike, a list of the top DOD contractors, various space studies, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651130.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 19 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the first official color telecast to occur from Moscow to Paris, opponents of a national space leadership drive speak out, the confirmation of the Gemini VII and VI launch, the international space cooperation new project proposals, Rocketdyne to supply J-2 engines, and the launch of a French satellite by an American vehicle is scheduled. Note: The issue number was misprinted, the corrected issue number is handwritten on this issue.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651100.pdf

    This is the Space Log, a monthly publication for the Space Business Daily newsletter. The Space Log includes a detailed timeline of space activity and research over the course of the month, a space flight log, and a suborbital/missile log.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651201.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 20 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include a progress review of the lunar orbiter and the Surveyor, the successful completion of the first color telecast by the Soviets through their communications satellite, various postponements and new studies, the confirmation of colored areas on the Moon, the naming of the first French satellite and its success, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations. Note: The issue number was misprinted, the correct issue number is handwritten on this issue.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651202.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 21 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include plans for a special gravity gradient photography satellite, economic and financial changes and impacts, the delivery of the first Apollo mission simulator, the signing of a sounding rocket agreement between NASA and the Brazilian space agency, the development of a liquid zero-gravity simulator, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651203.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 22 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the contract awarded for the building of two 85-foot antennae for the new ComSat ground stations, various contract extensions and awards, economic and financial changes and impacts, proposals for new space missions utilizing Saturn boosters, multiple space related studies, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651206.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 23 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the death of the dean of American space scientists, the confirmation of two new Venus missions, studies and contracts relating to the space shuttle, various topics regarding ComSat, French preparations for Antarctica launchings, economic and financial changes and impacts, various contracts award for space related research and development, the upcoming Gemini missions, DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations, and the launch of the French satellite Citron.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651207.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 24 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include possible closures of government-owned research and development centers threaten space development, the landing of the eighth Soviet lunar probe, the launch of a French satellite aboard an American vehicle, the Gemini VI launch pushed up a day, the log of Gemini VII, the phasing out of the liquid-hydrogen engine program, the protest of the Gemini VI Sunday launching, economic and financial changes and impacts, and DOD and NASA contracts, grants, and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651208.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 25 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the semi-soft landing of a Soviet spacecraft, the top twenty contracts, new studies and research requested on various topics include interplanetary navigation and microwaves, the first attempt at laser communications between an orbiting spacecraft and Earth to be attempted during the flight of Gemini VII as well as measuring rocket radiation, the log of Gemini VII, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations. Note: The issue number was misprinted, the corrected issue number is handwritten on this issue.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651209.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 26 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the selection of the development group for the Highly Eccentric Orbit Satellite series, various space studies and contracts, the phase out of two-thirds of Air Force bombers and the warnings against said phase out, the log of Gemini VII, economic and financial changes and impacts, and a list of NASA's top contractors.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651210.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 27 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the proposals of two new high-pressure oxygen-hydrogen engine concepts to replace the liquid-hydrogen M-1 engines, various space studies and technological developments, the log of Gemini VII and successful rendezvous with Gemini VI, the significance of the High Boost Experimental vehicle and the Large Aperature Seismic Array, the development of the AVCO rocket-rifle, and DOD and NASA contracts.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651213.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 28 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include various studies to be conducted including reusable space plane passenger transport methods and large in-space structures, the Soviet's answer to the formal query regarding space weapons, an analysis of NASA's 1967 budget request, ComSat, the testing of a weather buoy rocket, the upcoming launch of the Pioneer VI, the log of Gemini VII, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651214.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 29 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the development of a extravehicular maneuvering gun, the appointment of the new Deputy Administrator of NASA, various NASA contracts and contractor updates, economic and financial changes and impacts, the next step for space shuttles, the testing of the J-2 engine, the log of Gemini VII/VI, and DOD and NASA negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651215.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 30 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include preparations for the testing of landing space vehicles, the need for space conditioning for astronauts before space flight, plans for an international communications system, various contracts award for space related developments and research, attempts at communication through laser beam from Gemini VII, the log of Gemini VII/VI, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651216.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 31 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include Gemini VII/VI rendezvous within six feet of each other, the wreckage of the plane that was carrying space pioneer Dr. Lovelace is found, the development of the lunar capsule STOMPER, NASA to award 1335 grants to students to pursue doctoral studies in space-related areas, the launch of the Pioneer VI is set to launch on this day, various contracts award for space-related studies and developments, the log of Gemini VII/VI, and DOD contracts.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651217.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 32 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include force defense programs alloted part of the 1967 budget and other budget related topics, the multistart rocket engine for the Gemini Agena is accepted by NASA, NASA-Houston receives a space docking simulator to help with Apollo docking maneuvers, the launch of Pioneer VI, the log of Gemini VII/VI, space sciences and applications, multiple studies on various materials, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651220.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 33 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the renegotiation of the Surveryor contract, the cancellation of the Fairchild-Republic Advanced Orbiting Solar Observatory, the introduction of new re-entry experiments in the SCOUT re-entry heating project, the launch of the Soviet's first circular orbit satellite, the log of Gemini VII, topics on future space business, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651221.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 34 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the Army Missile Command's research study of the Supersonic Combustion RAMJET development program, the French ballistic millile development programs, Apollo astronauts to potentially eat hot and cold meals during missions, various contracts awarded, the log of Gemini VII/VI, the proper functioning of Pioneer VI after conducting six experiments, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651222.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 35 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the progress of the Surveyor program, the U.S. President's proposal of a new joint United States/European space effort, various industries and their efforts in space-related studies and development, economic and financial changes and impacts, and the continuation of the Pioneer VI launch.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19651223.pdf

    This is Vol. 23, No. 36 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include concerns surrounding President Johnson's call for an international space effort program to explore the Sun and Jupiter, the postponement of Voyager while the Soviet Union approves a new Mariner program, the groundbreaking for the ComSat facility is scheduled, various space-related research and studies, a chart of aerospace industry sales over the last five years and money spent on research and development, the questioning of the scientific value of the Gemini program verses unmanned programs, topics on future space business, various contracts awarded, and NASA negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660103.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 1 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include West Germany's reply to President Johnson's European-American interplanteary program, Saudi Arabia's purchase of surface-to-air missiles, a contract is awarded to develop microcircuits for the Saturn project, the first data received from Pioneer VI, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660104.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 2 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the negotiation for a contract to design and construct an expandable air lock, the plan to study spacecraft for oceanographic applications, the production of the space suit communication system for the Apollo astronauts, various space-related research and studies such as sun-powered lasers and new hydrazine engine catalysts, economic and financial changes and impacts, and DOD and NASA negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660105.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 3 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the Air Force MOL program, resolutions of two major issues regarding ComSat's ground stations, Venus II and III, Belgium's development of a surveillance drone to sell to several NATO countries, topics on future space business, DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660106.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 4 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the search for a space chaff dispensing system, NASA's Earth-Space-Survery program plans, Lockheed joins reuseable space transport study as the second contractor, studies for how to improve the Saturn launch vehicles, and DOD and NASA grants, contracts, and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660107.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 5 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the upcoming selection of 15 new astronauts, an analytical review of the 1967 NASA budget, the Apollo program and the Apollo Applications program, an experimental profile for a manned lunar orbital mission, the planned study of space-oceanography feasibility, the preliminary design model of Philco's automated biological laboratory, contract finances and changes, a proposed contract for an electromagnetic interference study, and DOD and NASA contracts.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660110.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 6 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the development of a control system for Minuteman missile systems, solar cells needed for a solar satellite monitoring mission, various planned programs, the possible deferment of the Apollo lunar landing target date, potential tax increase plans are considered to fund the Vietnam War and the Great Society program, Saturn configurations under study, upcoming meetings and conferences, topics on future space business, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660111.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 7 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the France-Israel missile collaboration, the turning over of portions of the Apollo Applications program to various government agencies, the proposed expanded family of Saturn vehicles, additional analysis of re-entry systems begin, budget changes/requests and federal spending information, NASA grants, and various topics on Future Space Business.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660112.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 8 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include studies into space-geology/hydrology feasibility, ComSat plans of an air traffic satellite to be sent into orbit to help control commercial aircraft traffic, personnel changes and financial information, various studies such as radiation at certain altitudes and new computers, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660113.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 9 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include scheduled hearings on the communications satellite program, a potential trip of NASA personnel to Europe to conduct business regarding the US/Euopean space cooperation program, the development and construction of various space-related tracking stations, sounding rocket payloads, and more, topics on Future Space Business, and DOD and NASA contracts.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660114.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 10 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include an analysis of the National Space Program, study areas in the Apollo Applications remote sensor program, the Aerospace Medical Division's plan for a guide to space law to be used as a basic reference for all space agencies, various contracts awarded, the delivery of the first Apollo TV camera, a warning of a possible Soviet breakthrough in missile defense, the Saturn IB launch vehicle's readiness, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660117.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 11 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the Apollo Applications experiment integration contracts request for proposals, the search for a data relay satellite network, the upcoming study of Army complexes' vulnerability to Anti-Radiation Missiles, various personnel changes and financial information, the recommendation for a post-Apollo space program, priorities for lunar and planetary exploration, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660118.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 12 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the continued search for a data relay satellite network, the conclusion of the High-Boost Experiment test program, the success of the static test firing of Lockheed-Propulsion's second stage solid rocket motor, the delivery of the HL-10 lifting body, various personnel changes and agency reorganization, recommendations for a post-Apollo space program, economic and financial changes and impacts, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660119.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 13 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the termination of the High-Boost Experiment program, upcoming hearings of NASA's plans for Voyager, expanded efforts of space-related areas into the field of oceanography, the delay of the MOL program by one year, the first four Apollo Applications experiments are defined, the final part of recommendations of a post-Apollo space program, topics on Future Space Business, the investigation of anti-air warfare systems, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660120.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 14 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include hearings conducted by the Oversight Subcommittee, the European space industry concerns, the testing of the Lunar Hopper, the two phase program for defining the Apollo Applications program, contracts awarded to develop of 12-man communications system, economic and financial changes and impacts, topics on Future Space Business, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660121.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 15 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the ill-fated Advanced Orbiting Solar Observatory is replaced by the Apollo Applications flights, the delay of the European trip for international space cooperation talks, part two of the European space industry concerns, the selection of the first Apollo crew, the first test of the Air Force astronaut maneuvering unit, the success of the sixth Apollo abort test, topics on Future Space Business, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660124.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 16 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include AOSO experiments to be carried by the Apollo Telescope Orientation Mount, the deadline for the post-Apollo program, problems with the 1967 budget, the pending agreement between NASA and the Department of the Interior's Geological Survery, the successful firing of a hydrazine engine, an analysis on ComSat profusion, interest in the ComSat membership expressed by various nations, the upcoming Gemini VIII recovery, the schedule for the Apollo program and Apollo Applications, topics on Future Space Business, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660125.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 17 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include a analytical review of NASA's 1967 budget, the total expenditure request by President Johnson for space exploration and exploitation, the MOL program and various aspects within, an update on the Space-Oceanography program, various contracts awarded, the development of a cooling system for the Precision Recovery Including Maneuvering Entry program, tables that show the NASA appropriation and budget plan, including allotments for research and development programs, manned space flights, space science and applications, advanced research and technology, technology utilization, and the defense budget.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660126.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 18 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the NASA budget impact on various programs including the Apollo Applications program, the Gemini Program, the Apollo program, the Saturn IB development, and more, further budget and funding information, the questioning of the separate Apollo ComSat system, ICBM development potential in China, the crew selection for Gemini X, and the budget plan for the construction of facilities and space operating expenses.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660127.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 19 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the National Space Program total budget and its breakdown, Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments, confirmation of Soviet ComSat system, the decline in missile procurement, the United States support a proposal for an international conference in 1967, topics on Future Space Business, the potential for space-borne voice-controlled computers, and DOD negotiations.
  • spacebusinessdaily_19660128.pdf

    This is Vol. 24, No. 20 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the Red China threat and the multiple programs associated with the necessary defenses, the feasibility of a manned space shuttle proven by McDonnell and Northrop Norair, the questioning of NASA and DOD cooperative agreements, another breakdown of various aspects of the National Space Program budget, and DOD and NASA contracts and negotiations.
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