The Space Station Freedom program is the next major U.S. manned space initiative. It has as its objective the establishment of a permanently manned facility in low earth orbit. This book summarizes the main findings and recommendations of a workshop that examined the space station program with a view toward identifying critical engineering issues related to the design and operation of the station.
Table of Contents
|2 General Design Issues||15-18|
|3 Issues Related to Utilization and Operations Requirements for the Space Station||19-30|
|4 Issues Related to Systems Requirements and Design||31-52|
|5 Management Issues Relevant to Design||53-60|
|Appendix A: Letter from the NASA Office of Space Station||65-66|
|Appendix B: Statement of Task||67-68|
|Appendix C: Presenters at the Workshop||69-70|
|Selected Material Used at the Workshop||75-82|
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