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Wings in Orbit - Space Shuttle Book

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Wings in Orbit
Foreword: John Young, Robert Crippen
Executive Editor: Wayne Hale
Editor in Chief: Helen Lane
Coeditors: Gail Chapline, Kamlesh Lulla

http://hdl.handle.net/2060/20100041317
Wings In Orbit: Scientific and Engineering Legacies of the Space Shuttle
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Author: Hale, N. Wayne; Lulla, Kamlesh; Lane, Helen W.; Chapline, Gail
Abstract:
This Space Shuttle book project reviews Wings In Orbit-scientific and hide hide
engineering legacies of the Space Shuttle. The contents include: 1) Magnificent Flying Machine-A Cathedral to Technology; 2) The Historical Legacy; 3) The Shuttle and its Operations; 4) Engineering Innovations; 5) Major Scientific Discoveries; 6) Social, Cultural, and Educational Legacies; 7) Commercial Aerospace Industries and Spin-offs; and 8) The Shuttle continuum, Role of Human Spaceflight.
Collection: NASA
NASA Center: NASA (Unspecified Center)
Publication Date: September 2010
Publication Year: 2010
Document ID: 20100041317
Subject Category: SPACE SCIENCES (GENERAL)
Report/Patent Number: JSC-CN-21695
Publication Information: Number of pages = 19
Language: English
Relation Information: To be published in Wings in Orbit (GPO Book), January 2011
Subject Terms: AEROSPACE INDUSTRY; AEROSPACE SCIENCES; ASTRONAUTS; COMMERCIALIZATION; EDUCATION; HISTORIES; INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION; MANNED SPACE FLIGHT; NASA SPACE PROGRAMS; SPACE SHUTTLES; TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION
Accessibility: Unclassified; Publicly available; Unlimited; No Copyright
Document Source: CASI
Updated/Added to NTRS: Dec 14, 2010

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