Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences

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KSC Space Shuttle facilities
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Space Shuttle launch pad
208
Spacelab
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Spacelab is several system configurations 96 Evolution of program benefits 97 Spacelab objectives
211
Spacelab international interdependency
212
Spacelab program management relationships
213
Requirements development
214
Design requirementsinterface considerations 102 Spacelab center of gravity considerations
215
Spacelab user support capability
216
NASAwide support of Spacelab 105 Concept verification testing
217
Space transportation system 108 Payload integration and mission analysis
219
Space Shuttle opreating modes 110 General purpose mission equipment 111 1973 mission model
224
Shuttle upper stage options level of capabilitycomplexity 113 Development and operating costs
226
Proposed OOS development approach 115 Space Tug
228
TechnologyPrograms phasing 117 Launch Complex 39
229
Apollo and Shuttle fuel cell costs
230
Cost comparison of Shuttle thermal protection structures
231
Inflatable radiator system
232
ApolloSoyuz Test Project
233
ATSF applications technology satellite 123 ASTPATSrelay
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Mockup of docking module 125 Mockup showing interior layout 126 Forward hatch of docking module 127 ASTP docking system showing seals
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ASTP launch configuration
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Soyuz spacecraft in various stag of assembly 130 Soviet docking system development unit 131 ASTP docking system on the dynamic docking test sy...
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ASTP prime crew_United States_ 134 ASTP prime crewU S S R_ 135 Working group schedule
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U S S R mission control center 137 U S S R mission control center 138 Soyuz orbital module
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Star City
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Experiments and ATSF location schematic
246
Manned space flight development test and mission operations 142 Manned space flight development test and mission operations 143 Medical selectio...
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Integrated medical and behavioral laboratory measurement system
257
Biomedical experiments scientific satellite BESS
258
Shuttle Spacelab orbital extra vehicular suit 147 Joint NASA EPA ozone application for waste water treatment 148 Remote OnOrbit satellite servicing...
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U S medical delegation visit to Star City U S S R 150 Advanced missions program 151 Energy from space
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Shuttle assembling radiotelescope in orbit
265
Manned space flight research and program management
272
IJBLMSStar PAHC system configuration
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Thursday February 28 1974
313
OAST research and technology for national needs
316
Joint DODNASA aeronautical R D study
322
proach
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Aircraft noise reduction laboratory Langley Research Center
338
QCSEE exhaust pollution goals lbs pollutant per 1000 lbs fuel
344
NASA experimental five stage compressor
350
U S Army rotorcraft needs
356
204 Tilt rotor research aircraft
362
Problems facing U S air transportation
367
Some highlights of current program environmental protection
368
Some highlights of current program terminal operationsfor safety and efficiency
369
Some highlights of current program fuel conservation 213 Fuel conservation may shape future aircraft
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Some highlights of current program military support
372
Some highlights of current program future systems technology 216 Supersonic cruise aircraft research program
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New programs
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B1 model in 11 ft by 11 ft wind tunnel Ames Research Center 223 TACT modification to F111A
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F111ATACT aircraft model Langley 16 ft wind tunnel 225 Remotely piloted research aircraft concept 226 38scale F15 model on B52 launch aircraft
382
Fairchild A10 fuel tank protection
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Distribution of fatal accidentsphase of flight 233 Approach and landing hazards
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Critical conditions in pilot error accidents
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Wake turbulence research 238 Spline equipped vortex generator aircraft
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Approach to new technology development 254 General aviation technology advisory panel
403
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Study of operations near airports
405
Improved flight path control 258 General aviation pilot training system for the 1980s
406
General aviation structural load survey
407
Crashworthy structural design technology
408
Supercritical technology application to business jets 262 NASA advanced technology airfoil for general aviation
409
Low cost avionics
410
Propeller noise reduction shrouded propellers_
411
Exhaust plume interaction test
417
Structural integrity tests of a Shuttle RSI tile system
418
Shuttle configuration oneeighth scale model
419
Reusable high pressure turbopump technology
420
Hydrographic LIDAR
421
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Spacelabadvanced technology laboratory
424
Space storable propulsion payload benefit
426
ion engine life test
427
Light weight solar cell array
428
Derelopment of improved solar cell design
429
Machine intelligencerobotics
431
Spacecraft transponder comparison
432
Planetary TV camera comparison
433
On board terminal maneuver strategy
434
Verification of heat pipes for temperature control
435
Advances in furlable antennas
436
Planetary probe entry heating
437
258
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WARREN G MAGNUSON Washington BARRY GOLDWATER Arizona
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Page
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ager AVCO System Division
556
Comprehensive statement of applications program
575
Pollution monitoring program
610
Testimony of Dr Samuel M Pickering Jr State geologist and
691
Prepared statement of Dr John Apel
700
Statement from U S Department of the Interior
731
Statement from U S Department of State
737
Statement from U S Department of Commerce
746
Statement from U S Environmental Protection Agency
755
Answers to committees questions concerning direct broadcast satel
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GILBERT W KEYES Professional Staff Member
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Page
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Figure Page 540 Summary
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Deep space network overseas 64meter 210foot antennas
1044
Spaceflight tracking and data network workload continued
1046
Interactive control for atmosphere Explorer missions
1047
Support of ATSF satellite TV relay experiment for India
1049
Jupiter flyby
1052
Deep space network planned support
1053
Viking Mars orbiterlander telecommunications support
1054
Radar picture surface of Venus
1055
Wallops Island Va ground instrumentation
1056
Aerodynamic test range_
1057
Wallops Island Va support of aeronautical research projects
1058
Growth in image data rate requirements 1082
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Tracking and data acquisition program fund requirements
1065
Accumulated program costs and savings leased TDRS service_
1069
Accumulated program costs and savings NASA owned TDRSS
1070
Annual program NOA and costs discounted 10 percent
1071
Thursday April
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Reactor vessels400 tons 1022
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Steam generator655 tons 1022
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Potomac River Washington D C
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