Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Space: Held in St. Louis, Missouri, May 26-28, 1965

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Scientific and Technical Information Division, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1966 - 199 lappuses
 

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110. lappuse - SCIENCE is THE ATTEMPT to make the chaotic diversity of our sense-experience correspond to a logically uniform system of thought. In this system single experiences must be correlated with the theoretic structure in such a way that the resulting coordination is unique and convincing.
6. lappuse - That Professor Goddard, with his chair in Clark College and the countenancing of the Smithsonian Institution, does not know the relation of action to reaction, and of the need to have something better than a vacuum against which to react — to say that would be absurd. Of course he only seems to lack the knowledge ladled out daily in high schools.
40. lappuse - The first drudgery of settling new colonies, which confines the attention of people to mere necessaries, is now pretty well over; and there are many in every province in circumstances that set them at case, ami afford leisure to cultivate the finer arts, and improve the common stock of knowledge.
6. lappuse - Congress shall have the power — "To promote the progress of science and the useful arts, by securing for limited times, to authors and inventors, the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries.
86. lappuse - P = - 2,467 + 20.5692 £„; In this model employment and population are considered interdependent; both are determined simultaneously. It is also possible to examine separately the employment multiplier effects caused by a unit employment increase in the key industries. This effect can be further subdivided for analytical purposes into that part which is due to the growth of complementary industries alone, and the part which is due to other growth. The results are given in Table 3. It should be...
6. lappuse - It is when one considers the multi-charge rocket as a traveler to the moon that one begins to doubt . . . for after the rocket quits our air and really starts on its longer journey, its flight would be neither accelerated nor maintained by the explosion of the charges it then might have left. Professor Goddard, with his 'chair...
109. lappuse - The requirement for improvement in this spectrum of space-related technologies will drive them well beyond their present level. The presence of difficult goals can have a profound influence on earthbound consumer products through the advancement of common fields of technology in addition to opening the gateway to deep space. The NASA program of advanced research and technology embraces most of these elements at least in their fundamental forms. Without this research the space program would soon wither...
56. lappuse - ... effects of all the planets and the Sun on each other. While the planets are stable with respect to tidal friction interaction, certain of the satellite systems have undergone major changes. Analysis of such changes has shed valuable light on the past history of the solar system. At present, for example, we know that the Moon is retreating from the Earth at a small but measurable rate — a retreat caused by the tidal friction interaction. Angular momentum transferred from the Earth to the Moon...
78. lappuse - ... Aeronautics and Space Administration has selected several dates that have special significance for the early history of science, technology, and economic growth. These include the following: 1790, first patent law (also the first census) ; 1800, founding of Library of Congress ; 1802, establishment of Army Corps of Engineers ; 1803, Lewis and Clark expedition ; 1807, Coastal Survey Act ; 1829, death of James Smithson whose will provided for the establishment of the Smithsonian Institution "for...
28. lappuse - 1. In number of earth-orbiting payloads the United States has launched almost three times as many as has the USSR, although the 1965 rate is less than two to one. "2. In the weight of such payloads, the USSR has put up almost three times as much as has the United States. "3. In propulsion, the Soviets have from the beginning enjoyed an operational advantage over the United States. However, we are currently making great strides in this regard and it is hoped that we will keep moving up the propulsion...

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