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VIEWGRAPHS Selected Material Used at the Workshop 1988. Revolution Requirements for the SSP Preliminary Requirements Review. Viewgraphs. Mark Craig, NASA/]SC. July 14, 1987. Space Station Configuration Chronology (1983-1987~.~ Viewgraphs presented to the National Research Council. Dr. EarIe Huckins. May 19, 1988. Space Station Evolution--Plans and Programs. Viewgraphs presented to the Space Station Advisory Committee (SSAC). R. Snyder. September 22, 1988. Space Station Assembly Sequence Review." Viewgraphs presented to the Associate Administrator for Space Station Freedom. NASA Office of Space Station. October 4, 1988. Space Station Freedom Transportation Systems Planning--Summary. Viewgraphs presented to the Office of Technology Assessment. NASA Space Station TMIS Task Force. March 8, 1988. Space Station Program Technical and Management Information System Review. Viewgraphs presented to the Administrator. NASA Office of Space Flight and the Office of Space Station. 1987-1988. HA Compilation of Recent NASA Studies on the Space Transportation Requirements for the Space station." Viewgraphs. Chuck Holliman, NASA. May 19, 1988. Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle Space Station Support." Viewgraphs. 75

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76 May 19, 1988. Assured Crew Return Capability (ACRC). Viewgraphs presented to SSAC. anoint OSF/OSS Study: ELVs in the Space Station Logistics Operations. Viewgraphs. Senior Engineer, Office of Space Station. September 20, 1988. Space Station Advisory Committee. Viewgraphs. Margaret G. Finarelli. September 20, 1988. "Space Station Freedom--The International Partnership. Viewgraphs presented to the Space Station Advisory Committee. Space Station Program. December 18-19, 1987. Report on the Review of Space Station Systems--Reduced Cost Option. Viewgraphs presented to the Deputy Administrator. L. Young and C. Rudiger. March 8, 1988. Life Science Utilization of the Space Station. Viewgraphs. OTHER NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION MATERIAL NASA Ames Research Center. 1985. Living Aloft--Human Reauirements for Extended Soacefli~ht. NASA. June 1986. The Soace Station--A Descrintion of the Configuration Established at the Systems Reauirements Review (SRR). NASA. August 1987. SDace Station--Science Operations Management Conceots Study. NASA. October 1987. Space Station ODerations Task Force Renort. NASA. November 16, 1987. Engineering Data Book. Vol. 1-- Executive Summarv, NASA. November 16, 1987. ,En~ineerina Data Book. Vol. 2-- Assemblv Seauence and Configuration Definition.

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77 NASA. November 16, 1987. Engineering Data Book. Analvtical Studies. NASA. November 16, 1987. Eneineerine Data Book. Vol. 3-- AnDendices, NASA. March 1988. Advancing Automation and Robotics Technolo~v for the SDace Station and for the U.S. Economv. Progress Report 6--October 1987 through March 1988. NASA. March 1988. Science and ADDlications on the SDace Station. NASA. April 1988. Soace Station CaDital Develooment Plan--Fiscal Year 1989. NASA. April 1988. Snace Station Monica is Beautiful" Research Studv Groun--Final ReDort. NASA. May 1988. SDace Station Advanced Automation StudY--Final ReDort. NASA. October 1988. Scace Station Freedom Technical Overview. NASA. September 23, 1988. Assembly Sequence CR BB000468 Supporting Data. Charts: User Integration Scenarios Part 1: Manned Base Users. Part 2: Development of a New Platform. Part 3: Installation of New Payloads on an Existing Platform. Charts from the Post-Level II PRR Studies/Actions Updates as of 9/23/88." NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL MATERIAL NRC. 1985. SDace Station Engineering and Techno Develooment--Renort of the Committee. NRC. 1985. SDace Station Engineering and Technology Develonment--Proceedin~s of the Panel on Program Performance and Onboard Mission Control.

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78 NRC. 1985. SDace Station Engineering and Technolo~v DeveloDment--Proceedin~s of the Panel on Maintainability, NRC. 1985. SDace Station Engineering and Technolo~v DeveloDment--Proceedines of the Panel on Solar Thermodynamics Research and Technoloev DeveloDment. NRC. 1985. SDace Station Engineering and Technoloev DeveloDment--Proceedin~s of the Panel on In-Soace Engineering Research and Technolo~v Develooment. NRC Space Station Committee. 1986. Letter Reports from Pane! Chairmen. NRC. October 1986. ,Post-Challen~er Assessment of SDace Shuttle Flight Rates and Utilization. NRC. 1987. Human Factors in Automated and Robotic SDace Svstems--Proceedinns of a Svmoosium. NRC. June 1987. From Critical Issues in NASA Information SYstems. "User Involvement" and "Information Systems Technology." NRC. June 1987. Guidelines for Noise and Vibration Levels for the Soace Station. NRC. September 1987. ,Renort of the Committee on the Soace Station. NRC. 1987. SDace Technology to Meet Future Needs. NRC. January 1988. ,Post-Challeneer Evaluation of Scace Shuttle Risk Assessment and Management. PAPERS FROM 1988 INTERNATIONAL ASTRONAUTICAL FEDERATION CONGRESS D. Bassett, et al. "Mobile Servicing System Flight Operations and Support." G. Bolton, et al. "COLUMBUS--Design Approach to Meet User Needs.

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79 R. Carlisle. Space Station Design Integration. R. Corban. "Expendable Launch Vehicle Transportation for the Space Station. F. Engstrom. The COLUMBUS Programme: Status and Perspective." A. Esterle and A. Guell. Analysis of Human Activities during Space Missions: Outlines of Possible Human Missions aboard COLUMBUS. W. Evans and K. Doetsch. Space Station." ~Canada's Mobile Servicing System for H. Friedrich. Man System Aspects in the Design Concept of the COLUMBUS Man-Tended Free Flyer (MTFF). O. Gazenko, et al. "Main Results of Medical Investigations during Long-Duration Space Flights onboard Salyut-7--Soyuz-T." R. Hager and H. Willenberg. dearly Space Station Laboratory User Activities. K. Higuchi, et al. User Accommodation Concept for Japanese Experiment Module on the Space Station. W. Hook, et al. Earth Transportation Node Requirements and Design. B. Krishan. Risk Management for the Space Station Program. P. Kurzhals and S. Paddock. Achieving Operational Efficiency with the International Space Station. C. Leach, et al. Medical Considerations for Extending Human Presence in Space. R. Mayo. international Interface Design for Space Station Freedom: Challenges and Solutions.n D. McKnight, et al. The Orbital Debris Issue: A Status Report.

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80 G. Melkonian, et al. Irradiation Protection of Astronauts in LEON Y. Morishita, et al. Program Status and Plan of JEM.~ T. Moser. Space Station Freedom--Technical and Management Challenges. C. Pittman. Space Station Information Systems." G. Schmidt. reselection of Combined Water Electrolysis and Resistojet Propulsion for Space Station Freedom. W. Schneider. Wife Sciences Role in Systems Engineering of Space Programs. Y. Shibato, et al. Logistics Support of Japanese Experiment Module by the H-II Rocket. K. Shiraki and T. Yomaguchi. "JEM ECLSS and Man System. M. Torr and D. Torr. "The Induced Environment around Space Station.. D. Wensley. U.S. Space Station Freedom: Orbital Assembly and Early Mission Opportunities. OTHER March 24, 1988. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Assessment of SDace Station User ODerations Plan. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Workshop. November 1987. From The Civil Soace Program: An Investment in America. Space Station and Platforms. Nicholas L. Johnson, Advisory Scientist. Teledyne Brown Engineering, Colorado Springs, Colorado. From The Soviet Year in Soace--1987: "Man-in-Space Programs." R. Price. October 1988. From Aerosoace Engineering. Phase 1 Space Station Power System Development.

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81 James L. Smothermon. May 19, 1988. National Space Transportation System Support to the Space Station Program. Lockheed Missiles & Space Company, Inc. July 7, 1988. Svstem ConceDt Document--SDace Station Software SUDOOrt Environment. Rev. 2.1. U.S. General Accounting Office. March 1988. Suace ODerations--Testina of NASA's Technical and Management Information Svstem.

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