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NASA international programsGround based projects 22
22
NASA international programsPersonnel at oversea tracking stations 24
24
NASA international programsPersonnel exchanges 26
26
NASA international activities summary 28
28
NASA program 107
107
NASA installations 108
108
Manned space flight 111
111
1day manned flight 112
112
GEMINI 113
113
APOLLO 114
114
Large launch vehicles_ 117
117
Manned space flight 119
119
Afternoon session April 24 1963
122
Space sciences 123
123
Observatory satellites 124
124
Unmanned lunar spacecraft 127
127
Planetary exploration
130
Space bioscience_
132
Light and medium launch vehicles
133
Space science Fiscal year 1964 budget estimate
136
Applications
140
Meteorological satellites
141
Communications satellites
142
ApplicationsFiscal year 1964 budget estimate
144
Advanced research and technology
145
Advanced research and technologyFiscal year 1964 budget estimate
148
Tracking and data acquisition facilities
150
Tracking and data acquisitionFiscal year 1964 budget estimate
152
Summary fiscal year 1964 budget estimate
153
NASA staffing
211
Scientific satellites
217
Deep space probes
218
Sounding rockets
219
Lunar and planetary programs
220
Bioscience programs
223
The organization to do the job
224
Problems we have encountered_
226
Explorers and monitors1962 launchings
249
Explorers and monitorsPlanned 1963 launchings
250
The first solar observatory
251
Solar detail
252
Orbiting geophysical observatory
254
OAO spacecraft progress
255
Orbiting astronomical observatory
256
OAO current testing and fabrication
257
Lunar exploration
258
Five RANGERS launched
259
Technology developed by RANGER
261
Figure Page 53 RANGER capabilities
263
SURVEYOR spacecraft
264
SURVEYOR spacecraft progress
265
SURVEYOR orbiter
266
Steps in planetary exploration
267
MARINER II flight
268
MARINER II evolution
269
MARINER to Mars1964
270
MARINERFlyby and land capsule
271
Exploring Mars_
272
1963
279
Balloon observatory
280
Laboratory experiments with lifelike cells
281
A planetary life detector
282
Balloon borne observatories
283
Biosatellite experiments
284
Improved launch vehicle reliability major NASA launchings
285
SCOUT Progress
286
Delta progress
287
Delta improvement program
288
AGENA launch summary
289
ATLASCENTAUR design decisions
290
CENTAUR special ground tests
291
CENTAUR development testing
292
Launch vehicle capabilities
293
Graduate scientists and engineers entering training
298
University research facilities
299
University research
300
Afternoon session April 25 1963
329
Advanced research and technology for future activities in space
335
Scaleup of conventional and advanced concepts
336
Multichamber concept
337
Solid motors for space use
339
KW Ion engine module
361
Electric engine development
362
Solar thermionic power systems
364
Solar dynamic system
365
Orbiting space platform concept
366
Manned interplanetary spacecraft concept
367
SNAP8 electrical generation system schematic
368
Materials essential to aerospace vehicles
370
Meteoroid detection satellite
371
Fluid behavior under zero gravity
373
Reentry heating
374
Effect of nose shape on reentry heating
375
Project fire
376
Effect of carbon dioxide on entry heating
377
Performance of charring ablators_
378
Inertial guidance sensors
393
Advanced microelectric devices
395
Radiation resistant devices
396
Laser
397
Laser communication and tracking
398
Program of biotechnology and human research
399
Program requirements
400
Aeronautics
402
Aeronautics program
403
Hypersonic structural concepts
404
Variable stability airborne simulator
406
Promising SST concepts
407
Figure Pago 116 VStol prototype aircraft
408
Nuclear SATURN V concept
411
Major steps in nuclear rocket program
413
Milestones for calendar year 1964 nuclear rocket program
416
Morning session April 26 1963
421
NASADOD communications satellite coordination
425
Active communications satellite systems
426
Relay spacecraft mounted on Delta 3d stage_
428
Synchronous satellite Earth coverage
429
Syncom spacecraft
430
Syncom ground stations
431
Syncom management
432
Synchronous satellite projects
433
Multiple access communications satellite
434
Echo II AVT2 balloon test deployment
435
Communications systems flight schedule
436
Meteorological systems program objectives
438
Meteorological systems program
439
TIROS satellites
440
Special experiments on future TIROS R D spacecraft
441
Automatic picture transmission APT
442
NIMBUS
443
Command and data acquisition station
445
Meteorological systems flight schedule
446
Meteorological systems supporting research and technology
447
Project TRANSIT
449
Requirements of a nonmilitary navigation system
450
Spacecraft checkout station for lunar and planetary missions
469
GEMINI requirements
470
Typical modifications to MERCURY sites for GEMINI
471
Project APOLLO three missions
473
Single frequency system planned for APOLLO
475
APOLLO orbital and lunar coverage requirements
476
Tracking ship requirements for APOLLO insertion into Earth orbit
478
Tracking ship requirements for APOLLO injection into lunar trajec tory
479
Morning session April 26 1963Continued Page
484
Manned space flight program
486
Elements of scheduling
489
Schedule levels
490
Project APOLLO lunar landing flight techniques
492
APOLLO launch vehicles
494
SATURN V
495
Vertical assembly buildingComplex 39_
496
Project MERCURY1962_
497
Project MERCURY the first step
498
Flight simulation for MA9_
499
Manned spacecraft
500
Figure Pago 177 GEMINI capsule
501
GEMINI launch vehicle
502
AGENA vehicle
503
Spacesuits
504
GEMINI spacesuit
505
GEMINI rendezvous mission
506
GEMINI paraglider
507
GEMINI spacecraft assembly line at McDonnell
508
APOLLO spacecraft MERCURY ATLAS
509
APOLLO command module
510
APOLLO command module_
511
APOLLO lunar excursion module
512
APOLLO spacesuit
513
Egress study
514
APOLLO guidance and navigation
515
Command module development
516
Launch escape system development
517
APOLLO launch vehicles
518
Engines for manned flight
519
SIV stage static test
520
SA3 liftoff
521
J2 in assembly area
522
F1 in assembly area
523
M1 combustion chamber fabrication in process
525
SATURN launch vehicles
526
SA8 S1 Chrysler working on tail assembly at Michoud
527
SIV stage of SATURN I
528
SATURN SIV B stage
529
SIC stage of SATURN V
530
Foundation construction for vertical assembly building at Michoud
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Status photo of S10 static test facility at MSFC
532
S10 stand at Mississippi test facility
533
SII stage of SATURN V
534
SII test facility construction at Santa Susana
535
Barge transportation of stages
536
Integration program office level
537
Integration center level
538
Checkout
539
Integrated launch control and checkout system locations
540
SATURN launch facility complex 34
542
Aerial photo of Complex 37_
543
Merritt Island launch area SATURN V crawling to pad
544
Merritt Island launch area launcher umbilical tower on pad
545
Astronauts 516
546
Astronaut training 518
548
Manned space flight operations
549
APOLLO tracking and communications network
550
Mission control center 531
551
Mission operations control room
552
Liftoff from launch pad
578
Figure Pago 240 SATURN V 2d stage separation
579
Earth orbital checkout
580
Docking and third stage separation
581
Entering lunar orbit
582
Transfer to LEM_
583
Lunar descent
584
LEM field of view
585
Lunar touchdown
586
Lunar liftoff
587
Lunar orbit rendezvous
589
Leaving lunar orbit_
590
Rentry corridor
591
Earth touchdown
593
Smith on Sterilization of Space Vehicles for Lunar Landing
596
Morning session April 29 1963
604
Nuclear rocket program organization
653
Nuclear rocket engine
654
Nuclear SATURN V concept
656
Manned flyby with operational version of rift stage
658
Mars landing mission
659
Major steps in nuclear rocket program
660
KIWIB1B reactor
661
KIWIB4A reactor
662
NERVA mockup
665
Aerojet facilities
666
Nuclear engine test stand No 1
667
Inboard profile of rift
668
Nuclear rocket program phasing
669
SNAP radioisotope land and sea units
674
SNAP radioisotope demonstration units
675
SNAP radioisotope space units
676
Thermoelectric generator
677
Terrestrial generator
679
SNAP 3 radioisotope electric generator
680
Second generation of TRANSIT units
682
SNAP 2 reactor
683
SNAP 10A
685
SNAP 2 APUC
686
Basic elements of SNAP50 space powerplant
687
Space auxiliary power systems
688
Nuclear space power systems
689
SNAP space program summary
690
Appendix ASpace program of the U S Weather Bureau
693
National weather satellite center
699
Appendix BAdditional material supplied by NASA
700
Electronics research task group
718
Organization and staffing chart
719
Index
735
Page
771
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF WITNESSES
777
Afternoon session June 12 1963
827
resumed accompanied by Edmund Buckley Office of Track
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Norton Clifford L Chief Resources Management Office of Applications
871
Pittman Dr Frank K Director Division of Reactor Development
883
Rubel John H Deputy Director Defense Research and Engineering
893
Morning session June 17 1963
970
Morning session Tuesday June 18 1963
1042
Material submitted by the Office of Science and Technology
1119
Additional material supplied by NASA
1127
Index
1141
Page
Department of Physics Columbia University 62
62
Appendix
241
Index 251
251
Seaborg Dr Glenn Theodore Chairman Atomic Energy Commission 640

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