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Analysis of a supersonic air-turborocket engine using hydrogen and liquid air

By: Weber, R. J. ; Valentine, H. H; Useller, J. W.

...e Types, Comparison 3.1.12 Weight Analysis 4.3.8 NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION MEMORANDUM 11-30-58E ANALYSIS OF A SUPERSONIC AIR-TURB...

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Trapped radiation detector - Mariner 5

By: Canvel, H

...LOGY PASADENA, CAL IFORN I A November 15,1967 NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION Technical Report 32-7797 Trapped Radiation Detector ... ...Detector - Mariner V Henry Canvel Approved by: J.&2on, Manager Mariner Space Sciences Section JET PROPULSION LABORATORY CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ... ... Technology Prepared Under Contract No. NAS 7-100 National Aeronautics & Space Administration PR Acknowledgment The author wishes to acknowledge... ...l configuration of the four detectors .... 5 ......... 4 . The Mariner V spacecraft showing TRD .............. 6 6 . Trapped radiation detector fli... ... are to acquire engineering ex- perience which will convert and operate a spacecraft designed for flight to Mars into one flown to Venus, and to ob... ...D) is one of the seven scientific instruments selected for the Mariner V spacecraft payload. It was designed and fabricated at the University of Io... ...ited to 200% of the normal operat- ing current. Further protection to the spacecraft power subsystem is provided by two 50-mA fuses in parallel (l/... ...ysically possible. Com- parison of such observations with those of other spacecraft widely distributed in solar longitude will contribute further t... ...y to the occurrance of solar flares and to the emission of particles. The spacecraft will be able to view portions of the sun which are not visible ...

...alog subcollection information: NASA Publication Collection; Astrophysics and Technical Documents; Trapped radiation detector developed for Mariner 5 space probe...

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The movement of particles suspended in fluids at rest which is postulated by the molecular- kinetic theory of heat

By: Einstein, A

...05 Theorie der Warme geforderte Bewegung von in NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINiSTRATION WASHINGTON, D.C. 20546 DECEMBER 1968 L 4 ./ I-..I... ...d, then classical thermodynamics even for microscopically distinguishable spaces are no longer to be regarded as precisely valid and an exact determ... ... *. [Received May 11, 1905 .) Translated for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under Contract No. NASw-1695 by Techtran Corporation,...

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Thermodynamic improvements in liquid hydrogen turbopumps Final report, 17 Aug. 1968 - 16 Nov. 1969

By: Monteath, E. B. ; Wong, G. S; Wagner, W. R.

...20324 Final Report December 1969 Prepared For National Aeronautics and Space Administration Propulsion and Vehicle Engineeri11g.Division George ... ...stration Propulsion and Vehicle Engineeri11g.Division George C. Marshall Space Flight Center Huntsville, Alabama Prepared by Advanced Systems and... ...November 1969. This program was sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama, u... ...art requirements. Simplified methods of preconditioning LH2 turbopumps in space will significantly affect engine system start time and engine system... ...itioning is known, loss of excessive fuel for pre- chilling the engine in space can be avoided. This report describes analtyical, experimental, and ... ...) to determine the predominant forces affecting turbopump chilldown under space conditions. Both dimensional analysis and experimental data were use... ...ities, and increases payload for the current S-IVB stage and the proposed Space Shuttle orbiter stage. These analyses were also used to assess the A... ...veloped for hydrogen turbopumps. The 5-2 type engines in the Saturn V and Space Shuttle launch vehicles are used for illustrating the potential syst... ...c improvements are most significant on advanced applications, such as the Space Shuttle vehicle, requiring several altitude starts, extended engine ...

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Surveyor 5 mission report. Part 3 - Television data

By: Bird, T. H. ; Smyth, D. L; Smokler, M. I.

...ute of Technology Prepared Under Contract No, NAS 7 100 National Aeronautics & Space Administration Preface This three-part document constitutes ... ... wish to acknowledge the valuable assistance provided by Stanley B. Seng of the Space Science Division of JPL, who spent many hours selecting and co... ...s, as the mini- mum interval between successive frames was 3.6 s. The National Space Science Data Center at Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt,... ...uctivity changes resulting from the varying receipt of photons from the object space. The camera is designed to accom- modate scene luminance level... ...to -60 deg below this same plane. The camera Z axis is inclined 16 deg from the spacecraft Z axis. Camera operation is totally dependent on receiv- ... ...irror azimuth-and-elevation positioning to obtain adjacent views of the object space. The camera provides a de- signed resolution capability of app... ...o earth in pulse code modulation (PCM) form. The camera used on the Surveyor V spacecraft was fitted with a hood extension (shown in Fig. 11-2) sim... ...EPORT 32-1246 Fig. 11-4. Filter-wheel assembly Fig. #-2. Survey camera on the spacecraft vations. Segments of the filter wheel were placed se- qu... ...rvey camera The transducing process of converting light energy from the object space to an equivalent electrical signal in the image plane is accom...

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Regulated dc to dc converter

By: Thornwall, J. C

...erica as represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Filed Nov. 3, 1966, Ser. No. 591,930 U.S. C1.321-2 9... ...al systems 35 former-coupled oscillator 1 having connected thereto having space applications and, more particularly, to such an input voltage source ... ...art Source 2. The OutpLIt from ciency, for the low power requirements in space applica- hPUt Of load 4 a substantially D.C. voltage. This is ac- ...

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PHYSICS OF PLANETS

By: MOROZ, V. I

...TS by V. I. Morox “Nauka” Press, Moscow, 1967 NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 0 WASHINGTON, D. C. 0 APRIL 1968 Ill11 TECH LIBRA... ... "Fizika Planet ." "Nauka" Press, Moscow, 1967. NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION For sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific ... ...on belts. Observations of planets from shorter distances, with the aid of spacecraft onboard instruments, have now become a reality. The first step ... ... photographing of the dark side of the moon by the Soviet inter­ planetary space probe Luna-3. This was followed by flights of American and Soviet sp... ...ican and Soviet space probes to Venus, Mars and, again, to the moon. The space-probe experiments must be laid out with special care since they requ... ...and funds. It is of prime importance to make a clear decision as to which space-probe experiments must be given priority, what new ground observatio... ...equent eventual penetration into planetary atmospheres and soft landings, space probes will rapidly enlarge the available information on the physica... ..., that the accomplishment of such a complex operation as the landing of a space probe on another planet requires certain information on the properti... .... In many cases the findings cannot be con­ sidered conclusive; within the space of a few years the picture may change con- L r siderably, but th...

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Pilot assessment aspects of simulation

By: Cooper, G. E. ; Drinkwater, F. J., II
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