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II-_ _11 A,-dl Foreword

hen Congress created NASA 25 years ago, it directed that the information derived
from the agency's pursuit of knowledge through space exploration and aeronautical
research be made available to all Americans.
One way of making these research results available has been through a series of scientific
and technical publications. One series, purposely labeled "special," presents material
whose scope and significance simply outgrew the bounds of customary research reports and
journal articles. In fact, some of the more prestigious Special Publications have exceeded
the bounds of pure science and engineering, satisfying as well the interests of a more
general audience.
The Special Publications produced by NASA since the early 1960's have enjoyed world-
wide recognition. They report on the research and development in communications,
energy, materials processing, planetology, and astronomy, as well as in aeronautics and
aerospace. Man,,, of these publications possess uncommon values that will endure for dec-
ades to come. It is appropriate to list them now as a convenient reference of past
accomplishments on the occasion of NASA's twenty-fifth anniversary.
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James w. Beggs, Administrator
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he purpose of this booklet is to list all the Special Publications that NASA has pub-
lished since the series began in 1961. The series has included some of NASA's most
ambitious scientific and technical books, and includes a broad range of topics that covers
NASA's work in research and development. Since this edition of the list will be published
during NASA's twenty-fifth anniversary, a special section has been included which relates
the Special Publications series to some of NASA's achievements.
Special Publications were created as NASA began to produce information in a format
that did not quite fit the pattern of technical reports. NASA had caught the public's atten-
tion with its beginning steps in space exploration, and needed a vehicle that presented a
total picture to those outside particular areas of expertise. There were many subjects that an
increasingly educated public wanted to know about. They found a niche in the Special
Publications series.
The Special Publications series bloomed with mission reports, aerodynamic treatises,
structural analyses, planetary atlases, conference proceedings, and extensive reference

T- F material. By the midseventies, it became obvious that the latter two needed separate series, '_
_ and so Conference Publications and Reference Publications were created. All are listed
When particular books were being created, it was obvious that the)' would be best sellers.
Sure enough, Exploring Space wzth a Camera, which gave the public an early look at the
Earth photographed from space, sold 124,000 copies before it was allowed to go out of
print. Photographic techniques were improving, and the images in later books were far
better. Along came Tht) Island Earth; it is 12 years old and is still selling well (71,000
copies). Apollo Expediltons To The Moon has sold 46,000 copies. Still moving quickly off

_: !,., ,., the bookstore shelves are Mission to Earth: Landsat Views the World, the Skylab series, The T
-' Martian Landscape, Voyage toJupiter, and Voyages to Saturn. There were some surprises,
however; who would have forseen the success of such unassuming titles as Clart?y in Tech-
nical Reporting or Soldertng Electrtcal Connecttbns?
Although the books with space imagery sell best, other Special Publications are of wide
interest for either the scientist or the educated public, and these are also printed and sold
through the Government Printing Office. Some of the technical subjects are presented
with the layperson in mind, while others are deemed classics for reference in particular
disciplines. Still others, just as important, but not generating interest outside a narrow area
r-- - v- "" of expertise, are printed and made available from the National Technical Information

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Service. Photocopies of books no longer available through GPO are also available at NTIS. ,,
In the list of publications that follows, a brief description is given together with the origi-
nal sales source and the publication date. The prices are not listed because the)' change.
Phone or write GPO or NTIS for prices of publications that interest you. GPO will want to
know the NASA SP number; NTIS will want to know the seven-digit NASA accession
number. When you find an attractive title, take care to notice the date of publication.
Many books are out of date, and are of historical value only. For example some books on
Mars predate the 1976 Viking mission.

1k7 12 I[." This account of the growth of Special Publications does not tell of the work and worry ..
that go into the research, writing, and production of books. But as you look through the
list and find titles that interest you, think of the curiosity and diligence that result in ad-
vances in science and technology and the subsequent effort and care that produce the

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Foreword ................................................................. iii

Preface ................................................................... v
NASA: 1958 - 1983 ........................................................ ix
Special Publications ......................................................... 1

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Handbooks and Data Compilations ......................................... 41

Histories and Chronologies ................................................ 51

Technology Utilization ................................................... 55
Management Evaluation and Analysis Standards ............................... 71
Bibliographies .......................................................... 73
Space Vehicle Design Criteria .............................................. 77
Specifications ........................................................... 85
Reference Publications ..................................................... 87
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Conference Publications .................................................... 97
Index .................................................................. 121

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It was 2:55 a.m., October 11, 1958. The 88-foot-

tall Thor rocket, a giant for its time but to be

dwarfed by rockets not yet even planned, glowed in
searchlight brilliance. Battens of fog crawled around
v" - -" ,v " < its base.
At its top nesded Pioneer 1, an 84-pound satel-
....... , lite crammed with all the radios and instruments its _..
.._" small size could hold. The mission: Escape the
inexorable pull of Earth's gray W to fly past the
._ moon and photograph its mysterious backside. A
, ... tinny voice crackled over loudspeakers.
" ,3, 2, 1, Liftoff?"
-,_ _._ Thor roared into the black sky just before 5 a.m.
lighting the Florida coastline with its pillar of fire.
[I_P_., The launch crew cheered at what looked like a spec-
_ L'_ Ptoneer VIII tacular first-time success, n
For the fledgling National Aeronautics and Space
Administration, brought into being just 11 days
earlier, the sight of the 50-ton Thor disappearing
toward the inky dark of space was soul-stirring. And
it was a critical first step for the new agency on the
road to space exploration.
The bad news came 16 hours later. Thor's
engines had not delivered full power. Pioneer 1

climbed to 71,000 miles, then fell back toward
Earth. It would have been ftrst to the Moon. Even
Ptoneer IV
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so, NASA's inaugural flight was far from being a
failure. No other satellite had ventured so far from
Earth. Pioneer's instruments radioed back the first
radiation measurements from trans-lunar space.
The flight blazed the way for later communications
satellites by relaying radio messages between
continents. In a single mission, NASA had boldly
advanced along the learning curve that would lead
to U.S. dominance in space.
"... 3, 2, 1, Liftoff! We have a liftom"
The words echo through the years. Lifioff. That
ultimate moment of truth, accompanied by the
farmliar rue and roar of rocket engines and the
hopes of a nation embarked on the exploration and
use of outer space, has come hundreds of times
since the Space Age dawned. It has marked the sep-
aration point in mission after mission, sending
human and machine alike beyond the limits of the
home planet. eluding several full-length books. These Special
The space accomplishments of a quarter century Publications (SPs) are available from the U.S.
are stunning. Instrument-laden spacecraft have Government Printing Office book stores and in
visited the six closest planets. Men have walked on many libraries. (See the Preface for further informa-
the Moon, returning pieces of it to Earth for tion.) Other series mentioned here are Reference
scientific study. Scores of satellites circle the globe, Publications (RPs) and Conference Publications
serving humanity in ways that now axe routine, or (CPs). Two publications provide excellent overviews
revealing new knowledge about the cosmos and our of the move from one small planet into the realm of
own planet through cameras and sensors. More space. This Island Earth (NASA SP-250) looks at
important, men and women are carried routinely the initial impact of space travel and Beyond the
into orbit aboard a reusable space ship, exploiting Atmosphere (NASA SP-4211) chronicles the early
the unique weightless environment for the benefit years of space science.
of all.
In the beginning, it was enough to send a small
Yet just 25 years ago, it seemed all a dream. satellite, carrying just a few instruments, into the
In [ate July 1958, nearly 10 months after the weightless vacuum above. But the complexity of
Soviet Union stunned the world by orbiting rockets, even in 1958, left little margin for error.
Sputnik 1, the first manmade satellite, and six With that burden, the young NASA immediately
months after the United States joined the rush to assumed responsibility for its first launch, taking
space by rocketing Explorer 1 into orbit, President over Thor and Pioneer from their Air Force
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Dwight D. Eisenhower put his signature to Public developers.
Law 85-568, the National Aeronautics and Space From that beginning, NASA coordinated its ven-
Act of 1958. It was the end to months of national tures into the new frontier. Some spacecraft would
debate over how the United States should meet the orbit the Earth. Others would explore the Moon
.scientific and technical challenge of exploring outer and the planets. And in the most publicized effort
space. And it was a beginning. of all, ships and rockets would car D, man into space.
The Space Act created the National Aeronautics Each piece of the overall program was separate: yet
and Space Administration on October 1, 1958. The each fed new knowledge into the other and each
new agency incorporated the aeronautical research learned from the other's successes and failures.
activities of the National Advisory Committee on NASA quickly took control of a network of
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Aeronautics (NACA), and shouldered the full former NACA research fa.cilities -- Langley in
burden of non-milita D' research, exploration, and Virginia, Ames in California, Lewis in Ohio -- that
conquest of space. In its first 25 years, marked by would move to the forefront in research and
the early frustrations of failure and the later ex- planetary satellite technology. Contract work with
hilaration of success, NASA carried out an incredi- California's Jet Propulsion LaboratoD' expanded.
ble series of projects that opened the solar system NASA acquired a site in Maryland for communica-
for humankind. tions and data processing, tracking, and satellite
The complete histories of many of those projects development: the Goddard Space Flight Center.
are told in a variety of NASA publications, in- Much of the Army's Redstone Arsenal in Alabama
became the Marshall Space Flight Cemcr, tonterl-
I--A-A A-J trating on rocketry. Facilities n_v,, called Dryden in
California and Wallops in Virginia were also in-
cluded under NASA• At Cape Canaveral, NASA
used Air Force facilities until it could build a launch
complex that would become the Kennedy Space
Center. And it built a new Manned Spacecraft
Center (now Johnson Space Center) near Houston.
Even as NASA was being organized, teams were
developing a plan to put one man alone into a tiny,
bell-shaped spacecraft and orbit him around the
Earth. This was Project Mercury, and for the times,
it was at once courageous, ambitious, confident,
and frightening.
In 1959, after an exhaustive search, NASA
selected seven military test pilots to become space
travelers for Project Mercury. They became known
as the Original Seven: Scott Carpenter, Gordon
Cooper, John Glenn, Virgil Grissom, Alan
Shepard, Walter Schirra, and Donald Slayton.
,-r r Because no one knew what rigors or dangers a
human being would face from zero gravity, radia-
tion, or the still-unknown secrets of orbital flight,
their training was intense. At the same time, the
Mercury spacecraft was developed. For early flight
tests NASA selected the small Redstone rocket, and
decided that the primary rocket for orbital flights
would be the Atlas missile.
By early 1961, chimpanzees had flown in place of
astronauts to verif 3' that the Mercury spacecraft l"
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man was still debated. It was left to President John
Kennedy to weigh the risks. As arguments raged,
the Soviet Union did it again; an unknown
cosmonaut named Yuri Gargarin was rocketed
aloft, orbited the Earth a single time, and returned
to a hero's welcome. Within a week, Kennedy
called a White House meeting and heard the
arguments one last time. Then he nodded ap- f
On May 5, 1961, Alan Shepard was secured into
the cramped spacecraft, Freedom 7. The small Red-
stone rocket ignited and he was hurled aloft on a 3_Ilirtl


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15-minute suborbital test flight over the Atlantic durance of men against the still undefined hazards
Ocean. Shepard cruised through the edge of space of space travel. With President Lyndon Johnson's
and splashed down safely in the Atlantic Ocean• It full backing, Congress approved the Gemini Pro-
was a brief flight, but it paved the way for others gram.
and it gave America its first man in space. It was a success. During a period of 16 months
Almost before Shepard could dry off, NASA NASA used the larger Titan rocket to hurl a dozen
leaders were drafting a 30-page document for Presi- Gemini craft into space. Ten spacecraft carried two-
dent Kennedy• It urged a bold stroke in space to man astronaut crews, and their exploits left the
help propel American technology forward on many world enthralled. On Gemini 4, Edward White
fronts• On May 25, 1961, Kennedy stood before a walked in space. Gemini 6 and 7 flew the first space
joint session of Congress to recommend the most rendezvous, and Gemini 7 spent almost 14 days in
dramatic project yet undertaken by humankind. orbit. Geminis 8 through 12 rendezvoused and
"I believe that this nation should commit itseff docked with target vehicles launched earlier. The
to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of photos these astronauts brought home showed a
landing a man on the Moon and returning him gleaming and beautiful Earth, and revealed terrain
safely to the Earth," Kennedy told the startled features not seen before. Many can be seen in Earth
Congress. Pbotograp/_s From Gemtm Ill, IV, and V (NASA
But first there was Project Mercury to complete• SP-129), and the Gemini story is covered in On the
John Glenn entered the history, books by orbiting Shoulders oj Titans (NASA SP-4203).
the Earth three times in his Friendship 7 in As Gemini began, flew, and ended, the Apollo
February 1962. In the next 15 months, the other Program also moved steadily ahead. The Moon
astronauts followed, except Slayton, who was would be challenged with two spacecraft, a com-
grounded because of a heart murmur. Each flight mand module carrying three astronauts, two of
advanced NASA's knowledge of the space environ- whom would land on the Moon in a lunar module.
ment and taught us how better to survive in orbit• They would return to rendezvous in lunar orbit
The final mission, with Gordon Cooper aboard, with the waiting third crewman. But first, a series of
lasted a then-incredible 34 hours and 20 minutes -- test flights in Earth orbit were planned.
22 times around the world? Then tragedy struck During a launch pad test in
For an inside view of America's first triumphant January 1967, fire destroyed the Apollo 1 spacecraft
space program, see This New Ocean (NASA and asphyxiated astronauts Virgil Grissom, Edward
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White, and Roger Chaffee. In the months that
followed, Apollo underwent intense scrutiny and
modification. The spacecraft was totally fireproofed
and the lessons of flammability have since been ap-
plied in a wide variety of other fields.
In the meantime, NASA completed construction
of its launching facility in Florida. (Moonport
(NASA SP-4202) tells the story of how this massive
job was carried out.)
But without giant rockets, Apollo could not suc-
ceed. Through the mid-sixties, Marshall Space
Flight Center designed and tested the Saturn
rockets that would send Apollo to the Moon. When
the first Saturn V rocket -- the largest in the world
-- was launched with an unmanned payload, the
ground shook three miles away. So great was the
'i power of this enormous rocket that watchers felt it
SP-4201), a thorough and engaging histo_, of Proj- rumble through thek feet before they heard its
ect Mercury. The ocean of the void was giving up its crackling roar. Developed under the leadership of
secrets. America was in space to stay. Wernher von Braun, the rocket performed flaw- ! IJE I H

By now, the Moon program had a name: Apollo. lessly. It was November 9, 1967. How this launch
But it would be years before the goal could be at- vehicle, with 8.9 million pounds of thrust, was con-
tempted. With talented teams of industry contrac- ceived and built is told in Stages of Saturn (NASA
tors and growing numbers of NASA personnel aim- SP-4206).
ing for the Moon, another effor_ was needed. in Autumn 1968, the Apollo 7 mission tested
NASA proposed a two-man spacecraft to orbit the the command module with a three-man crew in
Earth. It would perform extended missions, prove Earth orbit. Then in December, in a daring mission
out the techniques of maneuvering in space and to put Americans first around the Moon, Apollo 8
rendezvousing with another craft, and test the en- crossed the long miles toward Earth's nearest

neighbor. Looking back, astronauts first saw and The Apollo goal wa._ adm'_ed on July 20. 19(;9
It- A A -di photographed the Earth as a gleaming blue and A tew days later, Apollo 11 splashed down m the
white globe against the blackness of space. The Pacific Ocean and the challenge was fully realized.
photos they returned changed our view of the The astronauts had returned safely to Earth.
Earth: we realized it is delicate. On Christmas Eve, They brought with them a treasure of lunar
Apollo 8 disappeared behind the Moon and the geolo D, samples. In the next two-and-a-half years,
world waited tensely. five more astronaut teams landed on the Moon.
"Houston, be advised. There is a Santa Claus!" The,,, left scientific stations to radio new knowledge
The words came from Astronaut James Lovell as
Apollo 8 climbed above the lunar horizon and re-
established contact with Earth. For the fust time,
representatives of the human race were orbiting the

Less than seven months

later, other immortal
came from the Moon.
It was Nell Armstron i
who radioed,
Tranquility Base
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about the Moon, and they brought

hundreds of pounds of samples home
_ll_ ". IF'* F-. for study. The contributions to science Ir
by the Apollo program are beyond mea-
sure. The Prehminau Sczence Reports of
the six Apollo missions that landed on

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Redstone 2/hght lunar module @tder

The Eagle has landed!" The lunar module Eagle the Moon are sprinkled through the Special
was safely on the Moon in the Sea of Tranquility. Publications series. And the exciting photographic
And when Armstrong stepped out of his craft, the story of the lunar conquest can be seen in Apollo
world heard the first words from a person standing Expeditions to the Moon (NASA SP-350).
on another planetary body: "That's one small step Because the hectic pace of Mercury, Gemini,
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was being laid for a reusable Space Shuttle. It study Earth itself, making new discoveries in
would take a decade to bring such a complex ship geology, hydrology,, weather patterns, and more•
to operational status. Sky/ab, Our Fwst Statton m 3_Pace (NASA SP-400)
Three Skylab missions kept astronaut crews in an describes the program and tells much about life in
orbiting space laboratoD' for prolonged flights in orbit around the Earth• A New Sun (NASA ! 11.1 am-

1973 and 1974. In these missions, NASA demon- SP-401) reports Skylab's solar findings and provides
strated that humans could survive and lead active, spectacular photograph),. Other volumes deal with
healthy, and useful lives during prolonged space Skylab contributions to astronomy, Earth sciences,
flight. The science results of Skylab surpassed all and biomedicine.
expectations. Using a special solar telescope, The final manned mission of the Seventies ioined
astronauts studied the Sun and recorded vital new the United States and the Soviet Union in inter-
data about its activity and how it affects Earth. They national cooperation. ASTP -- the Apollo-Soyuz
used a sophisticated camera and other sensors to Test Project -- was the result of delicate negotia-

tions and years of preparation. Astronauts flying an
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Apollo command module joined up with cosmo-
nauts in a Soyuz craft not only to meet in space, but
to work together. Among the Americans was
Donald Slayton, his heart murmur gone and at last
able to join his fellows in outer space. This mission
is the subiect of The PartnerJhap (NASA SP4209),
an account of the triumph of human endeavor
beyond the edge of the Earth. In another joint ef-
fort, the two countries collaborated on a three-
volume study of space medicine, published as
f_?_undat*ons of Space Biology and Medtcine (NASA
As complex and sophisticated spacecraft ex-
tended our knowledge of the solar system, NASA
pressed forward with development of the Space
Transportation System and its focal point, the
Space Shuttle. The Shuttle endured a series of
technical delays as unforeseen problems were re-

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of 1982, the Shuttle was declared operational and a
new era of space flight, with men and women
routinely going into orbit, began. The Shuttle at
Work (NASA SP-432) tells the preliminary story of
this craft and outlines its missions for the coming
While astronauts explored the space close to
Earth and walked on the Moon, other NASA ships
trekked among the planets. The first steps took
automated spacecraft to the Moon. NASA and in- F
dust_' experts used the Ranger program in the early
and mid-sixties to solve the difficult engineering
and navigational problems of reaching a distant
body. One after another, camera-carrying Rangers
plunged toward the lunar surface, radioing startling
closeup photographs of the plains and craters before
impacting. Then in a crucial precursor to sending
men to the Moon, Surveyor craft landed there
gently, proving that the lunar terrain was solid and
stable. As NASA grew more experienced and confi-
dent, the planets themselves beckoned and the ex-
ploration became more complex and bold.
An unbroken series of successes put Pioneer
spacecraft managed by Ames Research Center into
far-distant space where they studied the Sun, the
solar winds, and radiomagnetic phenomena.
Mariner spacecraft designed and built at the Jet
Propulsion Laboratory flew past Venus and Mer-
cury, offering an excited world doseup views of the
I_ It'_ 1_ innermost planets. Other Mariners crossed to Mars,
precisely fired thek engines, and went into orbit.
The lure of Mars captured public and scientific
attention. In twin missions, each having an orbiter
and a lander, Viking spacecraft were precisely
navigated to Mars. The fast of them landed on July
20, 1976 -- just weeks after America's 200th birth-
day. As word reached JPL that the Viking 1 Lander
was safely down (and the Orbiter operating from The 5pace Shuttle

above), emotions erupted and scientists, news peo- how the solar system is formed. Scenes impossible
I ple, and hundreds of watcbers burst into long, loud to view through terrestrial telescopes leaped onto
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cheers• Even veteran space reporters wiped away screens with clarity. Instruments recorded new data
tears. on interplanetary' magnetic tortes, radiation, and
From widely separate landing zones, the two even weather. For a detailed look at the color and
Viking Landers provided earthlings with their first drama of the ftrst visit to Jupiter and Saturn, see
on-the-ground look at our neighbor. Cameras Pioneer: Ftrst to Jup:ter, 3alurn. an,r Beyond
showed a rock-strewn terrain, rusty red just as it (NASA SP-446).
should be, and a pinkish sky. Samples of martian Planetary exploration indeed came into full t
soil were quickly scooped up and analyzed. In one flower in the most recent years. Still another pair of
small part of Viking Lander, a one-cubic foot unit Pioneer-class spacecraft headed for Venus. One ship
analyzed the soil for signs of life. That little package launched probes that descended to the inferno of
-- a marvel of engineering that contained minia- the Venusian surface. Thought by early scholars to
turized instruments that would fill a laboratory on be a watery' planet, Venus was fully revealed to be a
Earth -- may be the most sophisticated piece of parched furnace, its landscape dry' and hot beneath
scientific gear yet devised. But it found no life. the crushing weight of an atmosphere more than 90
Still, Viking offered an exhaustive look at Mars, ttmes as dense as Earth's. The first craft still orbits
rewriting the science books with its findings. The Venus, where its instruments continue to study the
Martzan Landscape (NASA SP--425) contains a surface below. Among the significant findings that
superb account of the Viking mission and hundreds Pioneer radioed back to Earth are data about the
of photos. And from Mars, data continued to flow greenhouse effect that traps heat within a planet's
toward Earth from two Viking Orbiters and two atmosphere. That information may have vital sig- • . L., &.

Viking Landets until the last of the four quit in late nificance for the future of Earth itself. The Venus
More than two years before Viking reached Mars,
two Pioneer spacecraft, launched a year apart, flew
past Jupiter. Again the yield of these scientific ex-
plorers was astonishing. Color images of Jupiter ap-
peared on control room screens, showing roiling
bands of multi-colored clouds and strange spots and
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swirls racing through the jovian atmosphere. The
Great Red Spot appeared and scientists at last had a
closeup look at this curious and unique phenom-
Again, astronomers were obliged to rewrite the
texts. As they studied the Pioneer data radioed
from Jupiter, the spacecraft continued m chatter
their messages of scientific discovery. Pioneer 10,
passing Jupiter in late 1973, continued outbound
toward the stars to leave the solar system in June "1," 1,: _'
1983. Pioneer 11 had a different mission. Leaving missions are detailed in Pioneer Venus (NASA
Jupiter behind in December 1974, it began a five- SP-461 ).
year journey to its next goal: Saturn! As the histories of the planets are written, no
Pioneer 11 entered the saturnian system in early rmssions have greater fascination than Voyager --
September 1979. In another of the seemingly two advanced and multi-talented ships that cruised
unending string of "firsts," the spacecraft's imag- the lanes of space to Jupiter, and then to Saturn.
ing system gave Earth a closeup look at Saturn's Their discoveries left scientists breathless. With
fabled rings and its banded cloud patterns. their high-resolution cameras and other instru-
Observers quickly saw that a never-before-men ring ments, Voyager ships looked closely at far-away
-- the F Ring -- girdled Saturn, and that its moons. They photographed volcanoes spewing ! lit Ill m

broader rings actually had many components. sulfurous vapor on Io, saw cracked-ice seas on
Perhaps most important, Pioneer 11 crossed Callisto, and studied the opaque haze and douds of
through the ring plane, not once, but twice. In- Titan. They found a hitherto unsuspected ring
deed, a ship could survive that journey without around Jupiter and revealed that Saturn's rings are
destruction by high-velocity dust partkles or chunks not a few, but thousands of glimmering bands
of ice or rock, even though Pioneer barely missed composed of icy chunks and embedded moonlets.
one of Saturn's moons during the crossing. Voyager 2 sails onward to view yet another
The travels of the two Pioneers to the largest of planet, Uranus, in 1986. And a final leg to Nep-
the outer planets brought new understanding of tune, to be reached in 1989, is a strong possibility.

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omy observatop,/went into orbit earl) in 1983 and is
pushing our knowlege to the very edge of the
MI these missions and more were conceived and
carried out as NASA followed its 1958 charter in
space. But that charter also carried responsibilities
on Earth. In aviation and aeronautics, NASA con-
tinued to expand understanding and technology.
Key technological advances included the swept
wing, the area-ruled fuselage, and the supercritical
wing, and advances were made in propulsion, com-
puters, and electronics.
Wind Tunnels of NASA (NASA SP-440) looks
at the state-of-the-art work done in supersonic craft,
The Voyager journeys past Jupiter and Saturn are in improving commercial aviation, and in develop-
chronicled in NASA SP-439 and SP_51. ing innovative new flying machines. Fuel Economy
So much has been accomplished in just 25 years. m Aviation (NASA SP--462) looks at the practical
The sheer spectacle of humans in space and the results of NASA research aimed at making general
splendor of discoveries on other worlds might have aviation aircraft more efficient. And Small
r v been enough. Though such missions received over-
whelming public attention, NASA made equally
Transport Atrcraft Technology (NASA SP_460)
covers the most recent advances in that field.
important strides in practical, scientific, and observ- As it pursued developments in aeronautics,
atory spacecraft that remained in Earth-orbit. NASA looked extensively at aircraft instrumenta-
The agency developed the technology for com- tion and the problems inherent in determining
munications and weather satellites that are now
their accuracy. Measurements of Aircraft Speed and
commonplace in our daily lives. Dozens were Almude (NASA RP-I046) is a fine technical
launched as inventive NASA and industry designers evaluation of a variety of such instruments and in-
improved their art and gave the world new and im- cludes tables for present airspeed and altitude, and
portant benefits. And when the lessons were learned
1p: ,*" sample calculations useful in practical applications. IF
;- b. and the technology secure, NASA turned over the Another aeronautical report covers methods for
future to other agencies and to private industry.
estimating a variety of factors in aircraft design, in-
Communications satellites alone represent a multi-
cluding size, weight, and power, h is Subsomc Air-
billion-dollar business today that began with
NASA's pioneering thrusts.
The Earth itself has yielded secrets to NASA
spacecraft. Landsats turned their sensitive cameras
and instruments groundward to reveal mineral
deposits, track the growth of crops and forest,
monitor snowfall and water resources, and much
more. With its multi.spectral cameras, details
emerge that could not be seen with the naked eye.
Mt)ston to Earth: Landsat Vwws the World (NASA
SP-360) contains hundreds of photographs that
proved invaluable -- just a sampling of the imagery
that has aided in discovering more about our own
world and in managing our resources.
Other craft provided new knowledge for all the
sciences. Solar observatories studied the Sun.

I_ 17 I_ Astronomical observatories scanned the heavens. R

Instrument-laden ships aimed their sensors at our

atmosphere and the near-space regions. The High- craJ9 (NASA RP-1060) and includes aspects of aero-
Energy Astronomical Observatory (HEAO) space- nautical evolution from 1918 to the present.
craft brought new understanding to how stars are NASA engineering expertise also paid off in the
formed and how the universe is aging. Star Splitters energy field. In a joint project with the Department
(NASA SP--466) describes the three HEAO mis- of Energy, NASA developed new and efficient
sions. Gamma Ray Astrophysics (NASA SP-453) is wind turbines to generate electricit 3, without burn-
a science-oriented look at the new discoveries space ing scarce oil. Captunng Energy from the l_'ind
flight has yielded in that sector of astronomy. (NASA SP-455) covers the program that brought

i-i-i i-i

l_ndsat tmages

wind energy from backyard and farmyard into an In developing machines to survive in space,
era of windfarms and mass energy production. NASA moved deeply into the area of new
Through ever), program and eve_' mission, materials, advancing the state of that field into
NASA research had practical application to a varier), previously unknown regions. Advanced _lateria/s Ir i: t" %"
of ordinary fields. So/derrng Electrical Connecttons Technology (NASA CP-2251) is the proceedings of
(NASA SP-5002) is a widely used book describing a conference dedicated to transferring information
techniques for manufacturing and repak. Other to the commercial world and covers such materials
NASA publications describe methods of nonde- as composites, polymers, ceramics, and metallics, as
structive testing, advanced photography, use of fuel well as nondestructive testing, fracture and fatigue,
cells, advanced medical applications, and applica- and much more•
tions for lasers. To learn more about Earth and its environment,
But in a high-technology environment, NASA's NASA has pursued pertinent research along a
efforts have far more impact and make greater con- broad front. Ozone Trend Detectabi&ty (NASA
tributions to increasing technical knowledge and CP-2189) examines crucial work in monitoring 11 _ Im !

skills. Magnettc Tape Recording for the Etghttes Earth's ozone layer and 7_e l_andsat Tutorial
(NASA RP-1075) is valuable guide to the practical l_'or_bootz (NASA RP-1078) is a handbook that
and theoretical aspects of state-of-the-art recording contains guidelines for ground-truth work in
technology. Hand/rag Hazardous/d_ateri, z/s (NASA remote sensing and for developing both instruc-
SP-5032) is devoted to methods for safely storing tional and research procedures in the field•
and using a variety of substances, primarily used as Communications and research techniques are
rocket fuels, but also found in many industrial ap- vital to the technical community. A two-volume
plications. study, Automated Dectrion Ma/emg and Problem

" " F T
Solving (NASA CP-2180) summarizes an impor- itG_,)kon the dmllen_:c of sp, c and aviation And it
• -A-A A-dR tam conference on artifical intelligence, operations hardly seems possible that so much has been done
research, and control theory. Another conference is in so short a time.
reported in Technical Commumcation : Perspectives But the vastness of space still waits. The questing
for the Elghtws (NASA CP-2203) and contains im- mind still wonders. The human spirit still looks
portant recommendations for both researchers and ourward. Much remains to be done.
technical writers.
Scores of other publications are available, cover-
ing the many and diverse aspects of NASA-
sponsored research and development. Among those
with broad interest are Capacitor Technologws: Ap-
phcations and Rehabdlty (NASA CP-2186), Fun-
damenta/ Heat Transfer Research for Gas Turtane
Engines (NASA CP-2178), Atmospheric Effects
and Potential Chmatw Impact of the 1980 Erup-
tions of Mount St. Helens (NASA CP-2240), and
Atrport/ Commumty &blire (NASA CP-2241 ).
It hardly seems that 25 years have passed since
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Sun echpsed by Earth

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NASA-Industry Program Plans Confer- Proceedings of the Experimenters'

ence, July 28-29, 1960 Information Meeting on the Apollo
1. H. Abbott, M. B. Ames, Applications Program in Bioscience
H. L. Dryden, et al. D. R. Beem, S. J. Geratbewobl

N63-90346 126 pp N66-3 L806 137 pp

Avail NTIS 1960 Avail NTIS 1966

Proceedings of a Conference on Results U.S. Standard Atmosphere Supplements,

of the First U.S. Manned Suborbital 1966
Space Flight Tables and models depicting conditions other
H. L. Dryden than mid-latitude mean.

N64-80458 76 pp N67-37900 304 pp

Avail GPO 1961 Avail NTIS 1966

Proceedings of First National Short Glossary of Space Terms

Conference on the Peaceful Uses

, r r v of Space
of technical
terms in frequent use by

N64-81182 179 pp NASA SP-I

Avail NTIS 1961 N66-25785 5_ pp
Avail NTIS 1962
Results of the Second U.S. Manned
Suborbital Space Flight, July 21, 1961 Proceedings of the Second Image
N64-84681 58 pp Intensifier Symposium
Avail GPO 1961 Advances in science, technology, and applica-
tion of image tubes. Symposium, October
Proceedings of the International 1961.
Meteorological Satelfite Workshop, NASA SP 2
_: ,T= ,,',,
November 13-22, 1961
N62-14873 252 pp
NASA meteorological satellite program, Avail NTIS 1961
Tiros satellites, cloud studies, NASA mete-
orological satellite plans for the future. List of Selected References on NASA
N62-11221 233 pp Programs
Avail GPO 1962 Technical reports, technical notes, technical
translations, journal articles, speeches, Con-
NASA Project Names gressional documents.
A listing of names and code words associated NASA SP-3
with NASA programs. N62-14103 263 pp
N62-11673 20pp Avail NTIS 1962
Avail NTIS 1962
NASA Day, April 27, 1962: Western
Results of the First United States Space Age Industries and Engineering
Manned Orbital Space Flight, Exposition and Conference
February 20, 1962 Space science, applications, tracking and data
N62.10229 204 pp acquisition.
Avail GPO 1962 NASA SP_

N62-14863 66 pp
U.S. Standard Atmosphere, 1962 Avail NTIS 1962
Tables of atmospheric properties, systematic
variations in the atmosphere, gravity, geo- Space Scientists and Engineers:
potential. Selected Biographical and Bibliographi-
N63-13176 5pp
cal Listing, 1957-1961

Avail NTIS 1963 NASA SP-5

N63-90035 336 pp
The United States in Space Avail NTlS 1962

Activities in the United States space program.

N64-12818 227 pp
wr _ Avail NTIS 1963
Results of the Second United States Results of the Third U.S. Manned Or-
i Manned Orbital Space Flight, May 24, bital Space Flight, October 3, 1962 i-ill |-|
Spacecraft and launch vehicle performance,
Spacecraft and launch systems, modified Mer- aeromedical analysis, pilot's flight report.
cury network, space phenomena, medical NASA SP-12
N63-11990 122 pp
NASA SP-6 Avail GPO 1962
N62-14691 107 pp
Avail NTIS I962 Geophysics and Astronomy in Space

Dictionary of Technical Terms for R. E. Bourdeau,

J. K. Kupperian, Jr.,
Aerospace Use G. H. Ludwig, et al.
Sounding rockets, space flight ionosphere
W. H. Allen
studies, particles and fields research in space.
astronomical research in space, aeronomy re-
N66-10413 310pp search.
Avail NTIS 1965 NASA SP-13
N63-11503 45 pp
Avail NTIS 1962
Proceedings of the Second National
Conference on the Peaceful Uses of"
Space Lunar and Planetary Sciences in Space
Mercury, Apollo, Gemini projects: meteoro-
logical and communication satellites. Confer- H. R. Anderson, J. E. Conel,
ence, May 1962. M. Elmer, et al.
Radar astronomy, exploration of deep space,
interplanetary space physics, astrophysics,
N63-11137 272 pp
geological exploration of the Moon and
Avail GPO 1962
Index of NASA Technical Publications N63-11504 84 pp
With Abstracts Avail NTIS 1962

July 1960 to December 1961. "" g7 F-- •

Celestial Mechanics and Space Flight
N63-90006 432 pp
Avail NTIS 1961 C. R. Gates, T. W. Hamilton,
W. M. Kaula, et al.
Computer techniques, satellite orbits, space-
Launch Vehicles of the National craft flight, space flight optimization.
Launch Vehicle Program NASA SP-15

J. E. Webb N63-11505 42 pp
Technical descriptions of Scout, Delta, Titan, Avail NTIS 1962
Atlas, Thor-Agena, Centaur, Saturn, ad-
vanced Saturn, and Nova launch vehicles Data Acquisition From Spacecraft
NASA SP-10 W. R. Bandeen, A. G. Ferris,
N63-10712 34 pp C. C. Kirsten, et al.
Avail NTIS 1962 Role of data processing in orbit determina-
tion, scientific and meteorological satellites,
data acquisition at planetary ranges.
Proceedings of the NASA-University NASA SP-16
Conference on the Science and Tech- N63-11506 58 pp
nology of Space Exploration Avail NTIS 1962
H. R. Anderson, W. R. Bandeen,
G. W. Beadle, et al. Control, Guidance, and Navigation of IE ,ur am, I

Rockets, geophysics, astronomy, celestial Spacecraft

mechanics, bioastronautics. Conference, J. C. Bird, B. F. Doolin,
November 1962. J. V. Foster, et al.
NASA SP- 11 Space rendezvous, atmosphere entry, space
vehicle attitude control.
N63-11501 412 pp
Avail GPO 1962 NASA SP-17
N63-11507 56 pp
Avail NTIS 1962
Bioastronautics Gas Dynamics in Space Exploration
J-A-A A-in S.J. Geratheu, oh/, B. E. Gernandt, H. J. Allen. I: N. Canning,
G. Goodu'in, eta/.
R. S. Johnston, eta/.
Hypersonic flow fields, gases at hyper-
Bioengineering, exobiology, environmental
biology, physiological and behavioral
sciences. NASA SP 24
NASA SP-18 N63-11514 52 pp
N63-11508 36 pp Avail NTIS 1962
Avail NTIS l')62
Plasma Physics and Magnetohydro-
Chemical Rocket Propulsion dynamics in Space Exploration
C. L. Ball, M. J. Hartmann, A. Busemann, M. C. Ellis, Jr.,
E. R. Jonash, et aL R. V. Hess, et al.

Physics of liquid propellants, pumps, tur- Drag forces in the Earth's upper atmosphere,
bines, chemical rockets, research on rocket plasma frequency and radio attenuation,
combustion and thrust chambers. plasma accelerator research.
N63-11509 55 pp N63-11515 78pp
Avail NTIS 1962 Avail NTIS 1962

Nuclear Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Techniques in Space

r T. v D. Bogart, H. H. Ellerbrock,
D. S. Gabriel, et al.
Environment Research
D. D. Elleman, F. B. Humphrey,
Fluid flow. heat transfer, reactors, dynamics H. E. Martens, et al.
and control of nuclear rockets. High-vacuum research techniques, modern
NASA SP-20 magnetism, magnetic field generation.
N63-11510 62 pp NASA SP-26
Avail NTIS 1962 N63-11516 52 pp
Avail NTIS 1962
Power for Spacecraft
C. A. Barrett, D. T. Bernatowicz, Materials for Space Operations
T. P. Moffitt, et al.
_: *r- r, D. D. Davis, Jr., R. H. Kemp, T
• '., Interrelation of power requirements, energy G.F. Pezdirtz, et al.
sources, conversion techniques. Nonmetallic materials for spacecraft, ablation
NASA SP-21 materials for atmospheric entry, flow and
N63-11511 27 pp fracture problems, high-strength materials
Avail NTIS 1962
Electric Propulsion for Spacecraft N63-11517 47 pp
E. E. Callaghan, J. R. Jack, Avail NTIS 1962
S. Lieblein, et al.
_ - w_ " " Power generation systems, electrothermal Structures for Space Operations " $
thrusters. R. A. Anderson, G. IV. Brooks,
*'" "_ "- NASA SP-22 R. W. Leonard, et al. _"
N63-11512 37 pp Winged vehicle and planetary entry vehicle
Avail NTIS 1962 configuration and design.
Aerodynamics of Space Vehicles N65-l1518 48 pp
M. H. Bertram, R. IV. Boswinkle, Jr., Avail NTIS 1962
J. P. Campbell, et al.
Launch vehicles, space vehicle landing,
hypersonic cruising, advanced reentry vehi-
12 1[7 |" ties. m
N63-11513 57pp
Avail NTIS 1962
Proceedings of the Second NASA- Space Flight Handbooks. Volume I:
| Industry Program Plans Conference Orbital Flight Handbook _h--_ _ _-,

ff/. L. Lingle. Jr., Part 2. Mission Sequencing Problems

NASA missions, future trends, space sciences NASA SP 3_
program, lunar and planetary programs+ bio- N63-2 1102 443 pp
logical problems related to space, launch Avail NTIS 196 a,
vehMes and propulsion, meteorological and
Part 3 Requirements
communication systems. Conference. Febru-
ary 1963.
N(,_-21 IO_ 384 pp
Axail NTIS 1963
N63-15_57 221 pp _ 'le"y

Avail GPO I_)(,3

Space Flight Handbooks. Volume II:
Lunar Flight Handbook
The Observatory Generation of
Satellites F. Martikan, F. Santora
Part 1. Background Material
Orbiting solar, geophysical, and astronomical
observations. Symposium, December 1%2.
N63-21104 143 pp
Avail NTIS l_,t63
N63-15166 62 pp
Part 2 Lunar Mission Phases
Avail GPO 1963

NASA SP-34 } I _._' _!

Measurement of Thermal Radiation N63-21105 4421 pp
Properties of Solids Avail NTIS 1967 ..... l,_ {

J. C Richmond Part 3. Mission Planning

Measurement of thermal radiation properties NASA SP 34
of solids over a wide range of temperatures; N63-21106 156 pp
emittance studies. Symposium, September Avail NTIS 1963

NASA SP-31 Space Flight Handbooks. Volume III:

N6q-10937 596 pp Planetary Flight Handbook
Avail GPO 1%3 S. Ross

Part 1. Speed Contours and Auxiliary Graphs I"" F ["7, - 1"

Telstar I for Manned Missions to Mars and Venus

Volume 1. Design, construction, ground NASA SP 35

facilities uses. N64-14175 280 pp
NASA SP-32 Avail NTIS 1963

N64-10868 4 00 pp Part 2. Supplementary Trajectory Data: Earth

Avail NTIS 1963 to Venus and Earth to Mars

Volume 2. Antennas, results of Telstar tests NASA SP-35

and experiments. N64-14176 522 pp
NASA SP-32 Avail NTIS 1963
lt: 1'." ¥" _
N6q- 10882 525 pp Part 3. Supplementary Trajectory Data:
Avail NTIS 1963 Venus to Earth and Mars to Earth

Volume 3. Components and systems. NASA SP-35

NASA SP 32 N64-14177 530 pp
N6q- i 1079 283 pp Avail NTIS 1963
Avail NTIS 1,)6 _, Part 5. Trajectories to Jupiter, Ceres, and
Volume 4. Operations, characteristics, per- Vesta
formance. NASA SP-35
NASA SP-32 N66-21045 541 pp
Avail NT1S 1966
N67-;2301 448 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 Part 6. Mars Stopover Missions Using Venus 'm tar I "
Space Flight Handbooks. Volume 1: NASA SP-35
Orbital Flight Handbook N68-70098 98 pp
D. Kraft, G. Townsend Avail NTIS 1¢168

Part 1. Basic Techniques and Data Part 7. Direct Trajectories to Jupiter, Saturn,
NASA SP-33 Uranus, and Neptune
N63-21101 323 pp NASA SP+35
Avail NTIS 1963 N69-33490 1OSpp

Avail GPO 1969 I_ _ _., _:

Proceedings of the NASA-AEC Liquid-
k A-A A-d Space Flight Handbooks.
Planetary Flight Handbook
Volume II1:
Metals Corrosion Meeting, Volume 1
Part 8. Jupiter Swingby Missions to Saturn, Liquid metal torrosion pro_esses.
Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto N AS A SP-41
NASA SP-35 N64_21)7_ 2, 292 pp
N69-34850 131 pp Avail NTIS 1964
Avail GPO 1969
Part 9. Direct and Venus Swingby Trajec- Proceedings of the NASA-AEC Liquid-
tories Metals Corrosion Meeting, Volume 2


N7()-2853q 238 pp N73.702,72 54 pp
Avail GPO 1970 A vail NTIS 196:,

Aerodynamic Design of Axial-Flow Ariel 1: The First International Satellite

Compressors R. C. Baumann
R. O. Bullock, !. A. Johnsen Development of Ariel 1 ionosphere satellite.
Aerodynamic systems design of axial flow NASA SP-43
compressors. N64-10332 84 pp
NASA SP-56 Avail NTIS 1963
N65-23345 524 pp !

r, F
F Avail NTIS 1965 Proceedings of the Conference
Law of Space and of Satellite
on the |
Conference on Space, Science, and Communications
Urban Life Space law and communications satellites, free
IV. E. Thompson space lower boundary, control of space, or-
Use of space age science and technology to bital regulation, and international coopera-
solve socioeconomic problems of metropoli- tion. Conference, May 1963.
tan areas resulting from industrial growth. NASA SP-44
Conference, March 1963. N64-21136 212 pp
NASA SP-37 Avail GPO 1964
N64-115(12 265 pp
_: ,r- ,-- Avail GPO 1963 Mercury Project Summary, Including !'
Results of the Fourth Manned Orbital
Advanced Bearing Technology Flight, May 15-16, 1963
IV. J. Anderson, E. E. Bisson Space vehicle development, mission support,
Fundamentals of friction and wear on fluid flight operations, mission results.
film and rolling-elemem bearings. NASA SP-45
NASA SP-38 N63-21951 435 pp
N64-15226 517 pp Avail GPO 1963
Avail GPO 1964

r-- - ,*- , - Physics of Nonthermal Radio Sources

Results of the Project Mercury Ballistic A. G. IV. Cameron, S. P. Maran
_. ,,- - and Orbital Chimpanzee Flights Spectra, polarization, and optical properties _-
J. P. Henry, J. D. Mosdy of galactic and extragalactic light sources.
NASA SP-39 Conference, December 1962.
N64-12915 77 pp NASA SP_6
Avail GPO 1963 N65-13251 159 pp
Avail NTIS 1964
Proceedings of the Conference on

Space-Age Planning Space Cabin Atmospheres. Part 1:

Space-age planning and the peaceful uses of Oxygen Toxicity
II_ L'* space. Conference, May 1963. E.M. Roth
NASA SP--40 High oxygen tension in animals and humans,
N63-21126 272 pp oxygen toxicity, and drug therapy.
Avail GPO 1963
N64-31219 59 pp
Avail G PO 1964
Space Cabin Atmospheres. Part II: Scientific Findings From Explorer VI
Fire and Blast Hazards
H. E. Newell
E. M. Roth
Scientific data acquired by Explorer satellite
Fire and blast hazards in space cabin measurements; astronomy and celestial me-
atmospheres chanics, ionospheric physics, and energetic
NASA SP-_8 particles in Van Allen belt and magnetic
N64-20744 126 pp fields.
Avail GPO 1964 NASA SP-54

N65-21965 377 pp
Meteorological Observations Above Avail NTIS 1965
30 Kilometers

Meteorological rocket soundings in strato- Symposium on Thermal Radiation of

sphere and mesosphere. Conference, July Solids
S. Katzoff
NASA SP-49 Fundamentals, surface effects, measurement
N64-23869 61 pp techniques, space envmmment effects, and
Avail GPO 1')64
applications of thermal radiation of solids.
Conference, March 1964
AAS-NASA Symposium on the Physics NASA SP-55
of Solar Flares
N65-26855 590 pp
T _ ff/. N. Hess Avail NTIS 1965
Spectrographic and magnetic observations of
• . . , &. •
flares, x-ray and gamma ray bursts, radio Concepts for Detection of Extra-
bursts, energetic particles, theory of flares. terrestrial Life
Symposium, October 1963.
F. H. Quimby
N64-30251 433 pp
N65-12268 52 pp
Avail GPO 1964
Avail NTIS 1964

Proceedings of the Fourth National

Orbiting Solar Observatory Satellite
Conference on the Peaceful Uses of
OSO-I: The Project Summary
Space ,-_ I"2'. " •
OSO-1 spacecraft dynamics, structural design
Exploration of space, discoveries from space
and fabrication, control systems, data acquisi-
exploration, uses of weather and communica-
tion and command system, power supply,
tion satellites. Conference, April 1964.
thermal control, experiments, and test pro-
N64-30326 205 pp
Avail GPO 1964
N66-29482 308 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
Proceedings of the NASA Conference
on Communicating Through Plasmas of
Effect of Ionizing Radiation on a Series
Atmospheric Entry and Rocket Exhaust
of Saturated Polyesters
Reentry communication problems, studies
G. F. Dalelio, R. Haberli,
using simulated reentry plasma, flight experi- G. F. Pezdt?tz
ments. Conference, January 1964.
N65-11059 68 pp
N71-70451 231 pp
Avail NTIS 1964
Avail NTIS 1964

Mariner-Venus 1962: Final Project

A Quasi-Global Presentation of
Tiros 1II Radiation Data
Project organization and management, space
L. J. Allison, T. 1. Gray, Jr.,
vehicle system, trajectory and orbit, tracking
G. FFarnecke
and data acquisition, scientific results.
Tiros llI worldwide radiation map, synoptic
application of infrared data
N66-14702 380 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
N65-10301 16 pp
Avail GPO 1964

"" " r T
i--A- A X-15 Research Results, With a Selected Space Technology, Volume IV: m
Spacecraft Guidance and Control
IV. H. Stillwell J. R. Scull
Spacecraft control, navigation, and guidance.
X-15 aircraft development concept, flight
research, aerodynamic characteristics of super- NASA SP-68

sonic-hypersonic flight, hypersonic structure, N67-16059 140 pp

flying laboratory, and bibliography. Avail NTIS 1966

N65-20162 135 pp Space Technology. Volume V:
Avail NTIS 1965 Telecommunicatmns
J. J. Stuffier
Ranger VI1 Photographs of the Moon. Improved data handling and pulse modula-
Part I: Camera "A" Series tion systems for space telecommunication.
Lunar surface closeup pictures. NASA SP 69
NASA SP-61 N67-16555 148 pp
N64-31723 226 pp Avail NTIS 1966
Avail GPO 1964
Proceedings of the Conference on Space
Ranger VII Photographs of the Moon. Nutrition and Related Waste Problems
Part lI: Camera "B" Series
T. C. Helvey
r r v NASA
226 pp
April 1964.

Avail GPO 1965
N65-18566 408 pp
Avail NTIS 1964
Ranger VII Photographs of the Moon.
Part lII: Camera "P" Series Proceedings of Second Symposium on
Lunar photographs taken by four partial-scan Protection Against Radiation in Space
cameras aboard Ranger VII.
A. Reetz, Jr.
NASA SP-63 Symposium, October 1964.
N65-33848 235 pp NASA SP-71
Avail NTIS 1965
N65-34575 519 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
Progress in Development of Methods in
Bone Densitometry
Symposium on the Analysis of Central
D. IV. Jenkins, IV. F. Neumann, Nervous System and Cardiovascular
G. D. Whedon
Data Using Computer Methods
Determining thickness and mineral content
W. R. Adey, L. D. Proctor
in vertebra and other bones by x-ray and
Symposium, October 1964.
other densitometry, application of tech-
niques to human studies. Conference, March
1965 N65-28750 492 pp
Avail NTIS 1965

N66-17666 199 pp
Avail NTIS 1966 The Nature and Scope of the NASA
University Program
T. L. K. Smull
Space Technology. Volume l:
Spacecraft Systems NASA SP-73

L. H. Abraham N65-28332 41 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
Spacecraft systems, aerodynamics, power
plants, loads, propellant tank design.
Survey of the Literature of the Solar
Constant and the Spectral Distribution
N65-24625 82 pp of Solar Radiant Flux i
12 12 I_ Avail NTIS 1965
M. P. Thekaekara

Space Technology. Volume II: Solar constant, spectral distribution of solar

radiant flux, solar radiation laws and simula-
Spacecraft Mechanical Engineering
tion, spacecraft thermal balance, and radia-
J. L. Adams
tion measurement scale.
Spacecraft design and mechanical engi-
NASA SP-66 N65-22362 47 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
N65-24626 169 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
An Analysis of the Extraterrestrial Life Proceedings of the Fifth National Con-
Detection Problem ference on the Peaceful Uses of Space
R. O. Johnson, R. B. Painter, Space research impact on national economy
R. S. Young and industry, communications, education,
NASA SP-75 and science and technology. Conference, May
N65-34227 36pp 1965.
Avail NTIS 1965 NASA SP-82
N66-30366 212 pp
Final Report on the Relay I Program Avail NTIS 1966
Relay l satellite program to carry out com-
munications experiments with spacecraft, to Conference on Aircraft Operating
detect radiation particles in Van Allen belt, Problems
and to determine radiation damage to com- Conference on aircraft operational problems
ponents. of general, supersonic. V/STOL and STOL
NASA SP-76 aircraft. May 1965.
N66-10226 749 pp NASA SP-83
Avail NTIS 1965 N65-31100 335 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
First Conference on the Role of the
Vestibular Organs in the Exploration of Bioenergetics of Space Suits for Lunar
Space Exploration
Role of vestibular apparatus, semicircular E. M. Roth f
canals, and otolith organs in space explora- Literature review.
tions. Symposium, January 1965. NASA SP-84
NASA SP-77 N66-27235 145 pp
N66-16106 376 pp Avail NTIS 1966
Avail NTIS 1965
NASA University Program Review
The Meteoroid Environment and hs Conference
Effects on Materials and Equipment Training, research, spa(e flight, technology,
F(/. A. Cosby, R. G. Lyle facilities, and experimentation. Conference,
Hypervelocity impact phenomena. March 1965. t,', F - IF
N66-14158 ll9pp N66-12401 375 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 Avail NTIS 1965

Electrical Power Generation Systems for Medical Aspects of an Orbiting

Space Applications Research Laboratory
Current and predicted state of the art of solar, S. P. Vinograd
chemical, and nuclear systems. Life support system recommendations, human
NASA SP-79 reaction to medical experiments for orbital "t" I,: 11" _"
N65-25272 42 pp research laboratory. Space Medicine Advisory
Avail NTIS 1965 Group Study, August 1964.
Short-Term Frequency Stability N66-33199 152 pp
Panel discussion on frequency stability mea- Avail NTIS 1966
surement techniques. Symposium, Novem-
ber 1964. Proceedings of the Apollo Unified
S-Band Technical Conference
N66-10381 296 pp Tracking and communications system for
Avail NTIS 1965 Apollo spacecraft at lunar distances using
S-band. Conference, July 1965. I lUT II I
Summary Report on the NASA Univer- NASA SP-87
sity Program Review Conference N65-35476 277 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
D. J. Montgomery
Nature, conduct, results, and impact of the
program. Conference, March 1965.
N65-28249 42 pp
Avail NTIS 1965

- - r tT
NASA 1965 Summer Conference on Significant Achievements in Ionospheres
Lunar Exploration and Science and Radio Physics, 1958-1964
Overall program for lunar exploration mis- E. R. Schmer/ing
sions, role of various scientific disciplines in NASA SP-95
early Apollo missions, manned lunar orbiter N66-22936 68 pp
and surface expeditions, post-Apollo pro- Avail NTIS 1966
grams, Conference, July 1965.
NASA SP-88 Significant Achievements in Satellite
N66-14826 448 pp Meteorology, 1958-1964
Avail NTIS 1965 Meteorological satellite and sounding rocket
configurations and instrumentation, cloud
Observations From the Nimbus I
photography, radiometry, data acquisition
Meteorological Satellite and processing.
N66-12130 92 pp N66-19523 148 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 Avail NTIS 1966

Progress of the X-15 Research Airplane Significant Achievements in Particles

Program and Fields, 1958-1964
Conference, October 1965.
Explorer satellite and Mariner space probe

r r r NASA
133 pp
data on
solar wind,
rays, and
Avail NTIS 1965 neutrons.

Significant Achievements in Space
N66-19524 99 pp
Astronomy, 1958-1964
Avail NTIS 1966
Space astronomy developments in x-ray,
gamma-ray, ultraviolet, infrared, and low- Significant Achievements in Planetary
frequency radio spectra. Atmospheres, 1958-1964
Planetary and Earth atmospheric composi-
N66-34786 71 pp tion, temperature, and activity data from
Avail NTIS 1966
satellites and sounding rockets.
Significant Achievements in Space
Bioscience, 1958-1964 N66-19525 65 pp
Avail NTIS 1966
Research in exobiology, environmental biol-
ogy, behavioral biology, molecular biology Significant Achievements in Planetol-
and bioinstrumentation, space flight pro- ogy, 1958-1964
grams, and manned space flight.
NASA SP 92 Terrestrial observations of lunar and planetary
electromagnetic radiation and chemical-
N66-17778 142 pp
mineralogical composition, and space probe
Avail NTIS 1966
data and instrumentation.

Significiant Achievements in Space
N66-23475 81 pp
Communications and Navigation,
1958-1964 Avail NTIS 1964

Reasons for and advantages of communica-

Significant Achievements in Solar
tions and navigation satellites.
Physics, 1958-1964
Solar soft x-ray and ultraviolet mapping, hard
N66-18458 73 pp
x-ray emission, corona, satellite monitored
Avail NTIS 1966
radiation, and instrumentation study sum-
12 it.'_ It" Significant Achievements in Satellite maries for solar physics.
Geodosy, 1958-1964
N66-25003 106 pp
Satellite observations in geodetic surveying. Avail NTIS 1966

N66-37346 178 pp
Avail NTIS 1966

Conference on Langley Research Proceedings of a Symposium on Passive
Related to Apollo Mission Gravity-Gradient Stabilization
Heating and thermal protection, landing Passive gravity-gradient stabilization systems
dynamics, spacecraft simulation. Conference, for satellites. Symposium, May 1965.
.June 1965. NASA SP-107
N66-36326 291 pp
N72-71553 413 pp Avail NTIS 1966
Avail NTIS 1965
Spacecraft Sterilization Technology
Philosophy of Simulation in a Man-
Spacecraft sterilization requirements, micro-
Machine Space Mission System
biological contamination control, sterilization
T. M. Fraser techniques. Conference, November 1965.
Nature of simulation; prerequisites for simu- NASA SP 108
lation: fidelity, realism, and transfer of train-
N67-14761 601 pp
ing; use of manned simulators. Avail NTIS 1966
N66-27236 116 pp Development of Small Animal Payload
Avail NTIS 1_,_66 and Integration with a Sounding
Human Responses to Sustained
L. J. Early
r •
NASA SP- 109 i, }
7". M. Fraser
N66-33540 110 pp
Review and bibliography of human response Avail NTIS 1966
to sustained acceleration.
NASA SP-103 Involuntary Hypohydration in Man and
N66-27319 137 pp Animals: A Review
Avail NTIS 11)66
J. E. Greenleaf
Proceedings of a Conference on
N66-23622 38 pp
Theoretical Biology
Avail NTIS 1966
G. J. Jacobs
Cell synthesis and ecology. Conference, No- •"-" t,-- t"7. - t"
Ranger VIII Photographs of the Moon:
vember 1963.
Cameras "A," "B," and "P"
Lunar photographs taken by Ranger VII1 and
N66-30395 211 pp
photograhic data tables.
Avail NTIS 1966
N66-25366 478 pp
Vacuum Technology and Space
Simulation Avail GPO 1966

D. H. Holkeboer, D. IV. Jones, Ranger IX Photographs of the Moon:

F. Pagano, et al. Cameras "A," "B," and "P"
Nomenclature, pressure, pressure gauges,
Ranger IX photographs of crater Alphonsus
pumping speed and systems, cryogenic pump-
on lunar surface.
ing, gas load, outgassing of materials, leak
detection, gas flow in components and sys-
tems, space simulation and vacuum systems. N66-26555 193 pp
Avail NTIS 1966
N66-36129 331 pp
Dynamic Stability of Rotor-Bearing
Avail GPO 1966

The Dynamic Behavior of Liquids in E. J. Gunter, Jr.

Moving Containers NASA SP-113
H. N. Abramson N67-11942 234 pp
Avail NTIS 1966
Dynamic behavior of liquids in moving con-
tainers with applications to propellants in
space vehicle fuel tanks.
N67-15884 479 pp
Avail NTIS 1966


t--ab ai aKi Space Technology.

Volume VI: Space Gemini
and launch
vehicle development
T. A. Farley and performance, flight operations, mission
Geomagnetism, solar and galactic cosmic results, physical science and biomedical ex-
rays, comets, influence on Earth environ- periments, Conference, February 1966.
ment. NASA SP-121
NASA SP 114 N66-29626 417pp
N67-18141 90 pp Avail NTIS 1966
Avail NTIS 1966
Summary Report on the NASA-
Second Symposium on the Role of the Western University Conference
Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration D.E. Cunningham
Vestibular changes, human equilibrium and Conference, November 1965.
orientation, adaptation of gravitoinertial NASA SP-122
receptor mechanisms during space missions. N67-11943 55 pp
Symposium, January' 1966. Avail NTIS 1966
N67-15121 315 pp Nuclear Rocket Technology Conference
Avail NTIS 1966 Graphite nuclear rocket and tungsten water-
moderated nuclear rocket. Conference, April
Conference on V/STOL and STOL 1966. _.
T lt¢
F Aircraft NASA SP-123 am

Aerodynamic and performance characteristics, N73-70969 325 pp

handling qualities, and propulsion systems Avail NTIS 1966
for STOL VTOU and V/STOL aircraft. Con-
ference, April 1966. Conference on Aircraft Aerodynamics
NASA SP-II6 Experimental techniques; stability' and con-
N66-24606 461 pp trol; propulsion aerodynamics; subsonic,
Avail NTIS 1966 supersonic, and transonic aerodynamics. Con-
ference, May 1966.
Space Cabin Atmospheres. Part III: NASA SP-124
Physiological Factors of Inert Gases N75-71754 611 pp
E. M. Roth Avail NTIS 1966
N67-22878 135 pp Design of Liquid Propellant Rocket
Avail NTIS 1967 Engines
D, H, Huang, D, K. Huze/
Space Cabin Atmospheres. Part IV: Parameters for design of rocket engines and
One- Versus Multiple-Gas Systems systems.
E. M. Roth NASA SP-125
v'- - _r- • , Physiological factors, hardware, and environ- N71-29405 461 pp '
mental control tradeoffs for one and two gas Avail NTIS 1c)71
..... systems of space cabin atmospheres, i.
NASA SP-118 Surveyor 1: A Preliminary Report
N67-29998 138pp Surveyor l preliminary, data on lunar surface
Avail NTIS 1967 mechanical, thermal, and electrical proper-
ties, topography, and geology.
Ariel I: The First International
Satellite. Experimental Results NASA SP-126
N66-29481 50 pp
Structural design, experimental data, track- Avail NTIS 1966
NASA SP-119 Astronomy in Space am
12 If." It"
N67-16514 163pp G. E. Mueller, H. E. Newell,
Avail NTIS 1966 N. G. Roman, et al.
NASA space science astronomy program:
Fuel Cells orbiting satellite experiments for solar,
L. G. Austin stellar, and galactic observations.
Review of government-sponsored fuel cell NASA SP-127
research, 1950-1964. N67-18730 67 pp
NASA SP-120 Avail NTIS 1967
N67.40137 451 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
at& _

Second Annual NASA-Universiry Meteor Orbits and Dust: Proceedings of
Conference on Manual Control a Symposium
Discrete and continuous models, multi- G. S. Hawkins
variable and adaptive control, information Concentrations and orbital calculations of
theory, design methods. Conference, March meteors and meteoritic- and extraterrestrial
1966. dust particles. Symposium, August 1965.
N67-15850 422 pp N67-32038 437 pp
Avail NTIS 1966 Avail NTIS 1967

Earth Photographs From Gemini III, Significant Achievements in Space

IV, and V Science, 1965
Earth color photographs from Gemini Ill, IV, H. E. Newell
and V indicating terrain features and cloud NASA SP-136
systems. N67-19022 222 pp
NASA SP-129 Avail NTIS 1967
N67-26641 262 pp
Avail GPO 1967 Significant Achievements in Space
Applications, 1965
A Review of the Mariner IV Results Space satellite application in communica-
O, If. Nicks tions, navigation, geodesy, and meteorology.
Data on Mars, solar system, and inter- NASA SP 137 i
..... LL- £,t
planetary space flight. N67-18724 91 pp
NASA SP-130 Avail NTIS 1966
N67-31356 42 pp
Avail NTIS 1967 Gemini Summary Conference
Rendezvous, docking, extravehicular activity,
Space Power Systems Advanced experiment results. Conference, February
Technology Conference 1967.

Chemical and nuclear power, reactor heat NASA SP-138

sources, and power conversion. Conference, N68-14941 335 pp
Avail NTIS 1967 "" F t"7. - 1"
August 1966.
N67-10261 295 pp Mariner-Mars 1964: Final Project
Avail NTIS 1966 Report
Mariner-Mars 1964 mission accomplishments.
Aerospace Measurement Techniques NASA SP-139
G. G. Mannella N68-18743 356 pp
Advanced aerospace technology measurement Avail NTIS 1967
techniques and instrumentation. Sym-
Interstellar Grains
posium, July 1966.
NASA SP-132 J. M. Greenberg, T. P. Roark
N67-17781 280 pp Observational and theoretical interpretations
Avail NTIS 1967 of interstellar grains. Conference, August
Scientific Satellites NASA SP-140
Equipment, instrumentation, communica- N68-11456 275 pp
Avail GPO 1967
tions, design, launch vehicles, and guidance
of scientific satellites.
NASA SP-133 First Compilation of Papers on Trajec-
N68-14965 828 pp tory Analysis and Guidance Theory
Avail GPO 1967 Mathematical models to approximate func-
tions, bounds and power series for three-body
Conference on the Closed Life Support problems, satellite orbit theories, and other
System aspects of trajectory analysis and guidance
Water purification, waste disposal, and food theory.
synthesis for space flights. Conference, April NASA SP-141
1966. N67-29370 227 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
N67-34583 231 pp
Avail NTIS 1967

A Survey of Space Applications Summary of Gemini Extravehicular m
h-A A NASA program for application of space
R, M. Machell
science and technology to public sector.

N67-23338 140 pp N68.15891 336 pp

Avail NTIS 1967
Avail GPO 1967

The Zodiacal Light and the

Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Alloys
Interplanetary Medium
N. J. Grant, R. IV. Hall, H. J, Swgel
J. L. _einberg
State-of-the-art survey on oxide dispersion
Photometric and meteor observations, scatter-
strengthened alloys for use as high tempera-
ture materials. ing properties, particle collection and impact,
solar wind. and origin and evolution of zodi-
acal light in interplanetary medium. Confer-
N67-37477 50 pp
Avail NTIS t967 ence, February 1967.

Third Annual NASA-University N68-27475 395 pp

Conference on Manual Control Avail NTIS 1967

Display devices, function models, decision

Relay Program Final Report
processes, physiological modeling, computer
processing of manual control records. Con- Summary of operation, communications, and
r lev ference, March 1967. other experiments of Relay II satellite.


N68-15901 435 pp N69-21065 368 pp

Avail NTIS 1967 Avail GPO 1968

A Survey of Attitude Sensors for Third Symposium on the Role of the

Spacecraft Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration

N. 3t. Hatcher Symposium, January 1967.

Spacecraft attitude sensors design and opera- NASA SP-152
tional features, horizon scanners, solar sen- N68-29128 437 pp
sors, star trackers, space sextants, and map Avail NTIS 1968

NASA SP-143 Symposium on Computer Simulation

N67-31296 2t pp of Plasma and Many-Body Problems
Avail NTIS 1967 Plasma physics, Vlasov theory, astrophysics,
magnetohydrodynamics, many-body prob-
Surveyor III: A Preliminary Report lems, and computer simulation. Symposium,
Preliminary observations from Surveyor 111 April 1967.
soft Moon landing, telemetered pictures and NASA SP-153
data on mechanical soil sampler, lunar surface N67-37737 465 pp
properties. Avail NTIS 1967
NASA SP- 146 li.
N67-32582 170 pp Aerospace Electronic Systems
Avail NTIS 1<)67 Technology: A Briefing for Industry

Conference, May 1967.

Sonic Boom Research NASA SP-154
A. R. Seebass N68-33169 319 pp
Conference, April 1967. Avail NTIS 1967

N68-21413 115 pp Significant Achievements in Space
Avail NTlS 1967 Science, 1966 R
lE It.'. L" Advances in astronomy, exobiology, iono-
Conference on Hypersonic Aircraft spheric sciences, radio and solar physics, plan-
Technology etary atmospheres, and planetology.

Mission studies, configuration aerodynamics, NASA SP-155

hypersonic viscous flow, propulsion, struc- N68-15748 224 pp

tures and materials. Conference, May 1967. Avail GPO 1967

N74-73049 591 pp
Avail NTIS 1967

Significant Achievements in Space Objectives and Goals in Space Science
i Applications, 1966 and Applications, 1968
i-i-i li
R. H. McQuain J. E. Naugle
Achievements of application technology Objectives, current programs, and future mis-
satellites, communication satellites, naviga- sion options in space sciences and applica-
tion and traffic control satellite program, tions.
weather satellites, and satellite geodesy. NASA SP 162
NASA SP-156 N69-13844 97 pp
N68-16015 97 pp Avail GPO 1968
Avail NTIS 1967
Surveyor V: A Preliminary Report
1967 Summer Study of Lunar Science Configuration. television picture transmis-
and Exploration sion, and experiments on measuring chemical
W. N. Hess elements in lunar surface.
Future of lunar manned and unmanned ex- NASA SP-163
ploration and Apollo applications program. N68-17844 162 pp
NASA SP-157 Avail NTIS 1967
N67-40564 405 pp
Avail NTIS 1')67 Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer

J. R. Howell, R. Siegel
The Potential Applications of Satellite Volume 1. The Blackbody, Electromagnetic
Geodetic Techniques to Geosciences Theory, and Material Properties
Potential applications of geodetic satellites to NASA SP-164
geology, oceanography, glaciology, and at- N68-28530 194 pp
mospheric physics. Avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-158 Volume II. Radiation Exchange Between Sur-
N68-18902 26 pp faces and in Enclosures
Avail NTIS 1968 NASA SP-164
N69-30317 290 pp
Recent Advances in Display Media A vail G PO 1969
Properties and imaging techniques of various Volume ilI. Radiation Transfer With Absorb-
display devices: computer-directed visual ing, Emitting, and Scattering Media
flight control boards, integrated optical man-
machine systems, and electro-optical
N71-30941 362 pp
methods. Symposium, September 1967.
Avail GPO 1971
N68-22302 129pp Bioregenerative Systems
Avail NTIS 1963
Bioregenerative life support systems for long
duration space flights; hydrogenomonas bio-
Vibration of Plates
synthesis and algae photosynthesis processes.
A. W. Leissa Conference, November 1966.
Tabulated numerical results of theories of
plate vibration.
N68-26207 152 pp
NASA SP-160 Avail NTIS 1968
N70-18461 360 pp
Avail GPO 1969 Surveyor VI: A Preliminary Report
Surveyor V1 scientific data analysis.
Biology of Hard Tissue: Proceedings of
the Second Conference
N68-21443 173 pp
A. M. Budy Avail NTIS 1968
Bone diseases and regeneration, cellular dif-
ferentiation, and homeostasis of calcium.
Significant Achievements in Space RE atar
Conference, March 1966.
Science, 1967
Stellar astronomy, bioscience, ionospheres,
N69-10444 399 pp
planetology, particles and fields, solar
Avail GPO 1968
physics, and planetary atmospheres.
N69-25460 548 pp
Avail GPO 1968

Exploring Space With a Camera EXAMETNET Data Report Series
E. M. Cortright Annual Report, 1966

Spaceborne photography of cloud cover and Rocket sounding meteorological data of

other meteorological phenomena, Surveyor EXAMETNET for 1966.
and Orbiter lunar shots, and Gemini space NASA SP-175
walk and target docking. N69-16214 190 pp
NASA SP-168 Avail NTIS 1968
N68-34870 227 pp
Avail GPO 1968
EXAMETNET Data Report Series
Annual Report, 1967
Protection Against Space Radiation
EXAMETNET meteorological rocket launch-
K. Obrien, A. Reetz, Jr. ings and data dissemination, with tables.
Space radiation transport, spacecraft shield-
ing design and advanced concepts, and
N69-22570 188 pp
methods for calculating radiation penetration
Avail NTIS 1969
through protective shields. Conference, June
NASA SP-169 Proceedings of the Working Group on
N68-26128 627 pp Extraterrestrial Resources
Avail NTIS 1968 Lunar environment, bases, exploration, and

_. ,_ Numerical Analysis extraterrestrial

ary 1968. resources. Conference, Febru- i
" R.H. Wilson, Jr. NASA SP-177 &,
Numerical analysis applications to aerospace N69-22226 247 pp
and related problems. Conference, January Avail NTIS 1968
The Book of Mars
N68-33245 46 pp
S. Glasstone
Avail NTIS 1968
Observations and theoretical studies of Mars

Earth Photographs From Gemini Vl properties.

I_: !," - r- Through XlI NASA SP-179

15. k_ Color photographs of Earth taken during N69-16571 307pp •
Gemini flights V1 through NIl. Avail GPO 1968
Second Conference on Sonic Boom
N69-28909 335 pp
Avail GPO 1968
L R. Schwartz
Batteries for Space Power Systems Sonic boom reduction in supersonic transport
P. Bauer flight. Shock wave propagation and refrac-
NASA development work on high efficiency tion, prediction methods for acoustic attenua-
tion, aerodynamic engineering aspects. Con-
- it", !r- batteries for space electric power systems, ference, May 1968.
**. A. _-_ N69-18042 314 pp
Avail NTIS 1968 N68-34907 218 pp
Avail NTIS 1968

Surveyor VII: A Preliminary Report

Principal scientific results on Surveyor VII Interdisciplinary Approach to Friction
lunar mission, and Wear
NASA SP-173 P. M. Ku
N68-33553 304pp Structure, interactions, and topography of
Avail NTIS 1968 solid surfaces, sliding friction, adhesion,
][2 r |w wear, and boundary lubrication. Conference, ==
Conference on Electromagnetic Explora- November 1967.
tion of the Moon: June 11-13, 1968. NASA SP-181
Report of the Program Evaluation N69-30401 489 pp
Committee Avail GPO 1968

Proposed electromagnetic exploration of

Moon. Conference, June 1968.
N69-33595 27 pp

._ _[_ Avail NTIS 1969 _.

andPrograms on the Use of CO2: Chemical, Biological, and
Submillimeter Waves in Space Physiological Aspects
M. R. Nage/ J. T. Edsall, R, E. Forster,
Uses of submillimeter waves in aerospace A. B. Otis, et aL
technology, with bibliography. Molecular structure of carbonic anhydrase,
NASA SP-182 enzymatic carboxylation, and respiratory gas
N68-35522 49 pp exchange.
Avail NTIS 1968 NASA SP-188

N70-23290 242 pp
Some Fluid Mechanical Problems Avail GPO 1969
Related to Subsonic and Supersonic
Aircraft Progress of NASA Research Relating to
J. T. Howe Noise Alleviation of Large Subsonic Jet
N69-10693 24 pp Nacelle acoustic linings, sound generation in
Avail NTIS 1968 jet engines, operational noise effects on
humans. Conference, October 1968.
Surveyor: Program Results NASA SP-189

Summary of lunar data and scientific observa- N67-11542 691 pp

Avail NTIS 1968
tions generated by Surveyor landings on
Mariner-Venus, 1967: Final Project
Report ,. L, &.. •
N69-36451 432 pp
Avail GPO 1969 Results and tracking and data acquisition for
Mariner-Venus 1967 and Mariner-Venus 1967
A Study of NASA University Programs extension projects.
NASA university programs in personnel NASA SP-190
training, aeronautics and space research, and N72-20809 310 pp
laboratories and research centers. Avail GPO 1971

N68-35564 85 pp
Average Evoked Potentials: Methods,
Avail NTIS 1968
Results, and Evaluations "" F r- •
E. Donchin, D. B. Lindsley
Theories of Equilibrium Figures of a Methods, results, and evaluation of research
Rotating Homogeneous Fluid Mass in average evoked potentials Conference,
Y. HagiDara September 1968.
Theory of equilibrium figures of rotating, NASA SP-191

homogeneous, incompressible fluid m:Lss as N70-16876 410 pp

Avail GPO 1969
applied to cosmology.

N71-33591 174 pp
Fourth Annual NASA-University
Avail GPO 1970
Conference on Manual Control
Mathematical models of human performance
Fourth Symposium on the Role of the in manual control of man-machine systems.
Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration Conference, March 1968.

Etiology, symptomatology, and treatment of NASA SP-192

motion sickness with respect to vestibular N70-14876 573 pp

Avail NTIS 1969
organ and related neurological functions.
Symposium, September 1968.
NASA SP-187 Evaluation of Motion-Degraded Images
N70-30699 393 pp Optical filters and digital methods for blur-
Avail GPO 1970 ring removal from photographic imagery.
Conference, December 1968.
N69-33322 178 pp
Avail GPO 1969

Liquid Propellant Rocket Combustion Lectures in High-Energy Astrophysics
Ill ll-il Instability H. B. Oegelmann, J. R. Vr'ayland, Jr.
D. T. Harrje High-energy cosmic radiation problems.
Combustion instability in liquid propellant NASA SP-199
rocket engines. N69-29652 170 pp
NASA SP-194 Avail NTIS 1969

N72-33729 659 pp
Avail GPO 1972 The Moon as Viewed by Lunar Orbiter
F. EI-Baz, L. J. Kosofsky
Significant Accomplishments in Selected compilation of Lunar Orbiter photo-
Science: Goddard Space Flight Center, graphs showing salient features of lunar sur-
1968 face

Investigation of Earth atmospheric composi- NASA SP-200

tion, geomagnetism, extraterrestrial radia- N70-30817 156 pp
tion, solar activity, and planetary atmospheres Avail GPO 1970
by satellite experiment and astronomical
observations. Symposium, January 1969. Analysis of Apollo 8 Photography and
NASA SP-195 Visual Observations
N69-38951 196 pp Apollo 8 observations of lunar topography.
Avail NTIS 1969
N70-14366 403 pp
NASA Science and Technology Advi- Avail GPO 1969
sory Committee for Manned Space
Flight: Proceedings of the Winter Aerospace Food Technology
Study on Uses of Manned Space Flight
1975-1985 Operational and technological problems of
improvement in space flight feeding for
Manned space flight capabilities for lunar and
future manned space missions. Conference,
planetary explorations and Earth orbiting sta- April 1969.
Volume 1. Proceedings
N70-33835 215 pp
NASA SP-196 Avail NTIS 1970
N69-22510 45 pp
Avail NTIS 1969
Introduction to Abstract Analysis
Volume II. Appendixes M. E. Go/dstein, B. M. Rosenbaum
NASA SP-196 Introduction to abstract analysis by defini-
N70-17026 177 pp tions and proofs.
Avail NTIS 1969 NASA SP-203

N70-21801 257 pp
Lunar Orbiter I, Preliminary Results: Avail GPO 1969
Lunar Terrain Assessment and
Selenodesy, Micrometeoroid, and The Experiments of Biosatellite II
Radiation Data
J. F. Saunders
G. F//. Brewer, J. K. Hughes
Experiments with invertebrates, plants, and
Lunar Orbiter I terrain assessment photo- cellular systems on Biosatellite II flight.
graphs and preliminary selenodesy, micro-
meteoroid, and radiation data.
N72-20048 358 pp
Avail GPO 1971
N69-39213 147 pp
Avail NTIS 1969

Biotechnological problems on man-machine

Atlas of Cometary Forms: Structures
Near the Nucleus systems required for long duration space
12 12 It" flights. Conference, August 1967.
B. Donn, J. Rahe, K. IVurm
Atlas of drawings and photographs of comets.
N71-28526 283 pp
Avail GPO 1971
N70-12260 135 pp
Avail GPO 1969

Lunar Orbiter Photographic Atlas of A Long-Range Program in Space
the Moon Astronomy: Position Paper of the
D. E. Bowker, J. K. Hughes Astronomy Missions Board
Atlas of reconstructed lunar photographs R. O. Doyle
taken by Lunar Orbiters during 1966 and Potential for advancement of astronomy by
1967. space programs.
N73-13879 723 pp N69-41150 316 pp
Avail GPO 1971 Avail GPO 1969

Basic Aerodynamic Noise Research

Apollo 11: Preliminary Science Report
L R. Schwartz
Preliminary scientifk observations of Apollo
Aerodynamic noise related to aircraft propul- 11 mission.
sion systems. Conference, July 1969.
N70-10030 209 pp
N70-22850 540 pp Avail NTIS 1969
Avail GPO 1969

The Prevention of Electrical Breakdown Fifth Annual NASA-University

in Spacecraft Conference on Manual Control

D. Burrowbridge, F. W. Paul Studies on display systems, optimal control

NASA SP-208 methods, human performance theory, and
N70-18656 103 pp neuromuscular models. Conference, March
Avail NTIS 1969 1969. • . ... &a 'g"

Applications of Research on Human
N70-30877 720 pp
Decision Making Avail NTIS 1970
R. M. Patton, J. A. Swets,
T. A. Tanner, Jr. Compressible Turbulent Boundary
Human decision making in manned space Layers
flight including topics of memory models,
Compressibility of turbulent boundary
signal detection, and pilot performance. layers: skin friction, heat transfer, flow
Symposium, Eebruary 1968.
velocity, temperature distribution, pressure v- F _- tF
NASA SP-209 gradients, and aerodynamic drag prediction
N70-22743 198 pp methods. Conference, December 1968.
Avail GPO 1970 NASA SP-216
Electric Propulsion Mission Analysis N70-10426 572 pp
Nomenclature and Terminology Avail NTIS 1969

Terminology for establishing system para-

Optical Space Communication
meters of electric propulsion mission analysis.
NASA SP-210 S. Karp, R. S. Kennedy
Results of workshop on optical communica-
N70-11179 15 pp
Avail NTIS 1969 tion systems for space applications.
Future Fields of Control Application
N70-18087 154 pp
Application of control theory to production Avail NTIS 1969
engineering, transportation systems, urban
development, biological oceanography, mass Analysis of a Jet in a Subsonic
communications, and socio-economic prob- Crosswind
lems. Conference, February 1969. Jet exhaust flow effects on aerodynamic char-
NASA SP-211 acteristics of V/STOL aircraft during transi-
N69-39957 144 pp tion flight. Conference, September 1969.
Avail NTIS 1969 NASA SP-218
N70-11826 242 pp ! _ win, I
Progress of NASA Research on Warm
Avail NTIS 1969
Fog Properties and Modification
Status of Passive Inflatable Falling-
Research on warm fog properties and disper-
Sphere Technology for Atmospheric
sal concepts. Symposium, February 1969.
Sensing to 100 km
Symposium, September 1969.
N69-39526 127 pp
Avail NTIS 1969 NASA SP-219
N70-L8570 307 pp
Avail NTIS 1969
." " g L
NASA Acoustically Treated Nacelle Thc NASTRAN pr_)grammcr's Manual (Level •
NASA SP 223(ol)
Program to reduce jet aircraft noise. Con-
N73-17892 2309 pp
ference, October 1969.
Avail COSMIC 1972
The NASTRAN Programmer's Manual (Level
N70-13901 160 pp
Avail NTIS 1969 16)
NASA SP 223 ((Y,)
The NASTRAN Theoretical Manual N78-29505 _444 pp

R. H. MacNeal Avail NTIS 197_,

Finite element computer program for struc- The NASTRAN Programmer's Manual "

tural analysis (Level 17.0)

NASA SP 223(04)
The NASTRAN Theoretical Manual (Level
NS1-71848 16-5 pp
16) Avail NTIS 1977
NASA SP 221 (o_1
The NASTRAN Programmer's Manual
N79-273 a,I 750 pp
(Level 17.5)
Avail NTIS 1976
NASA SP-225 0'5)
The NASTRAN Theoretical Manual (Level
N81-71594 845 pp
17) Avail NTIS 1,)78
NASA SP-221 (oq)

r v NSI-71596
Avail NTIS
335 pp
Problem Manual
Demonstration !
The NASTRAN Theoretical Manual (Level NASA SP-224
17.5) N70-41756 134 pp
NASA SP-221 (05) Avail COSMIC 1970
N81.74264 240 pp The NASTRAN Demonstration Problem
Avail NTIS 1978
Manual (Level 15.0)

The NASTRAN User's Manual NASA SP-224 (01)

N72-29919 187 pp
C. IV. McCormfi:k
Avail COSMIC 1972
User manual for NASA structural analysis T
The NASTRAN Demonstration Problem
m.. program to describe structural modeling tech-
Manual (Level 16)
niques and computer programming opera-
tions. NASA SP-224 (03)
NASA SP-222 N79-2_(,11 259 pp

N70-41755 8i2 pp Avail NTIS 1976

Avail NTIS 1970 The NASTRAN Demonstration Problem

The NASTRAN User's Manual (Level 15,0) Manual (Level 17.0}

NASA SP 222 101) NASA SP-224 (0ql

N72-29921 1540 pp N81-71593 415pp . _[)

Avail NTIS 1973 Avail NTIS 1977

The NASTRAN User's Manual (Level 16) The NASTRAN Demonstration Problem
Manual (Level 17.5)
NASA SP-222 (03)
N78-29506 1260 pp NASA SP 224 (05)
Avail NTIS I976 N81-71592 185 pp
Avail NTIS 1980
The NASTRAN User's Manual (Level 17)

NASA SP-222 (odJ

Mariner-Mars 1969: A Preliminary
N80-26694 867 pp
Avail NTIS 1979 Report
Scientific data from Mariners 6 and 7 Mars
The NASTRAN User's Manual (Level 17.5)
flyby missions during 1969.
NASA SP-222 (05)
12 IZ 1" NASA SP-225
N81-71595 715 pp
N70-18343 148 pp
Avail NTIS 1980
Avail NTIS 1969
The NASTRAN Programmer's Manual
F. J. Douglas
Digital computer programs for analysis of
large complex structures.
N70-43143 1514 pp
Avail COSMIC 1970

Plasmas and Magnetic Fields in
K Propulsion and Power Research
Optical Telescope Technology fl A A-I
Design optics and technology for large space-
Conference, October 1969. borne astronomical telescopes. Workshop,
NASA SP-226 May 1969.
N70-18726 NASA SP 233
253 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 N70-36676 795 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
Aerospace Structural Materials
Portable Life Support Systems
Development of aerospace structural mate.
rials: heat-resistant alloys, refractory materials, Portable life support and environmental con-
transition metals, and composite materials. trol systems. Conference, May 1969.
Conference, November 1969. NASA SP-234
NASA SP-227 N70-28501 380 pp
N70-20860 334 pp Avail NTIS 1970
Avail NTIS 1970
Apollo 12: Preliminary Science Report
Analytic Methods in Aircraft Preliminary scientific analyses of Apollo 12
Aerodynamics ALSEP data, lunar photographs, and re-
Analysis of aircraft aerodynamic characteris- turned materials.
tics. Symposium, October 1969. NASA SP-235
NASA SP-228 N70-35271 235 pp
N70-21351 750 pp Avail NTIS 1970
• . _ i.i
Avail NTIS 1970
Research on Uranium Plasmas and
Proceedings of the 7th Annual Meeting Their Technological Applications
of the Working Group on Extrater- R. T. Schneider, K. Thorn
restrial Resources Uranium plasmas applied to nuclear rocket
Lunar water detection and removal, soil adhe- engines, MHD generators, nuclear lasers, and
sion and friction, and other lunar and plane- plasma stability and flow. Symposium,
tary resources recovery. Conference, July January 1970.
1969. NASA SP-236
NASA SP-229 N71-33626 503 pp g" t"7- 'IF
N70-39276 148 pp Avail GPO 1971
Avail GPO 1970
Interdisciplinary Approach to the
Lubrication of Concentrated Contacts
Ecological Surveys from Space
P.M. Ku
Spaceborne photography using different
combinations of film and filters for Earth Lubrication, wear, and design aspects of roll-
ing contact bearings. Symposium, July 1969.
resources surveys.

N70-26981 80 pp N71.26826 995 pp

Avail GPO 1970 ll: i; t: ll-
Avail GPO 1970
il li ll,i.

EXAMETNET Data Report Series Apollo 11 Mission Report

Annual Report, 1968 Apollo 11 postflight analysis and mission re-

Meteorological rocket launchings and data port.
dissemination for 1968 from EXAMETNET. NASA SP-238
NASA SP-231 N71-25042 228 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
N70-29741 184 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
Kinetics and Thermodynamics in High-
Analysis of Apollo 10 Photography and Temperature Gases
! ltl _ ,i,
Visual Observations Conference on kinetics and thermodynamics
Lunar geology, crater, and volcanic feature of combustion and high-temperature gases.
Conference, March 1970.
analysis from Apollo 10 visual observations
and photo interpretations. NASA SP-239
NASA SP-232 N70-32106 150 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
N71-27871 231 pp
Avail GPO 197t

"" r g
The Mixed State of Superconductors Lunar Photographs From Apollos 8, 10,
i-i- A-J and 11
Iv. R. Hudson
Mathematical models for mixed state of R. G. Musgrove
superconductors. A catalog.
N71-10415 73 pp N71-29260 24 pp
Avail GPO 1970 Avail GPO 1971

Atlas and Gazeteer of the Near Side of The Development of Cryogenic Storage
the Moon Systems for Space Flight
G. L. Gutscheu,ski,
D. C. Kinsler, R. K. Allgeier, Jr., M. L. Davis,
E. Whitaker T. G. Rogers. et al.
Atlas of annotated Lunar Orbiter 4 photo- Development of cryogenic storage systems for
graphs of near side of Moon, with gazeteer. manned space flight.

N72-18820 539 pp N71-30910 132 pp

Avail GPO 1971 Avail GPO 1970

Guide to Lunar OrbiterPhotographs Holographic Instrumentation

T. P. Hansen Applications

r v Lunar Orbiter photographs and maps, mis-

sions 1 through 5.
R. M. Brown, B. Ragent
Investigating possibilities and limitations of
NASA SP-242 applying holographic techniques to aerospace
N71-36179 254 pp technology. Conference, January 1970.
Avail GPO 1970 NASA SP-248
N71-12776 249 pp
Introduction to Experimental Tech- Avail NTIS 1970
niques of High-Energy Astrophysics
H. Oege/man, J. R. FYayland Cosmic Gamma Rays
Measurements of cosmic rays and high-energy F. IV. Stecker
extraterrestrial particles. Cosmic gamma ray production processes,
NASA SP-243 galactic and extragalactic gamma rays, and
N71-11415 259 pp cosmology.
Avail NTlS 1970 NASA SP-249
N71-24764 231 pp
Power Processing Avail GPO 1971
F. C. Schwarz
Electrical engineering aspects of electric This Island Earth
power processing and component technology. O. IV. Nicks
NASA SP-244 Spaceborne photographs of Earth atmos-
N72-15229 53 pp phere, lands, and waters with photographs of
Avail GPO 1971 Sun, Moon, and planets.
Recent Advances in Refractory Alloys N71-12566 192 pp
for Space Power Systems Conference AvailGPO 1970
Evaluation of refractory tantalum-, tungsten-, Significant Accomplishments in Science
niobium-, and molybdenum-based alloys for and Technology: Goddard Space Flight
space power systems apphcatlons. Con- Center, 1969
ference, June 1969. Aerospace scientific and technological studies
NASA SP-245 in 1969 for satellite systems and spacecraft
N71-13301 299pp missions.
Avail NTIS 1970 NASA SP-251
N71-25256 376 pp
Avail NTIS 1970

,ha _

The Entry Plasma Sheath and Its Effects NASTRAN: A Summary of the Func-
on Space Vehicle Electromagnetic tions and Capabilities of the NASA
Systems. Volume I Structural Analysis Computer System
Plasma sheath diagnostics and reduction for T. G. Butler, D. Michel
improved reentry communication. Sym- Description of general purpose digital com-
posium, October 1970. puter program for analysis of elastic structures
NASA SP-252 under various loading conditions using finite
N71-21101 614 pp element method approach.
Avail NTIS 1970 NASA SP-260

Third Conference on Sonic Boom N71-21559 27 pp

Avail NTIS 1971
l. R. Schwartz Preliminary Results From an Opera-
Prediction methods for sonic boom genera- tional 90-Day Manned Test of a
tion and propagation with overpressure mini- Regenerative Life Support System
mization in supersonic transport design and D. C. Grana, A. O. Pearson
operation. Conference, October 1970. Data from 90-day manned test of regenera-
NASA SP 255 tive Life support system in space station
N71-28363 431 pp simulatorr Symposium, November 1970,
Avail GPO 1971 NASA SP-261

Astronomical Use of Television-Type

Avail NTIS
579 pp
), t; ,b! t.
Image Sensors
V. R. Boscarino Animal Orientation and Navigation
Use of TV-type image sensors in astronomical S. R. Ga//er,
K. Schmidt-Koenig,
photometry. Symposium, May 1970. G. J. Jacobs, et al.
NASA SP-256 Ammal orientation and navigation capabili-
N71-28509 217 pp ties. Symposium, September 1970.
Avail NTIS t971 NASA SP-262
N72-25062 586 pp
A Search for Carbon and Its Com- Avail GPO 1972
pounds in Lunar Samples From Mare
Tranquillitatis The Mariner 6 and 7 Pictures of Mars
K. A. Kvenvolden, C. Ponnamperuma S. A. Collins, Jr.
Determination of carbon content of lunar Mariner 6 and 7 imagery photographs of
samples from Apollo 11 flight. Mars.


N71-17964 127 pp N73-13878 168 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Avail GPO 1971

Performance and Dynamics of Barium Releases at Altitudes Between

Aerospace Vehicles 200 and 1000 Kilometers: A Joint MPI-
Performance, dynamics, and design of NASA Experiment
aeronautical and space vehicles. D. Adamson, H. 7-. Baber, Jr.,
NASA SP-258 K. H. Crumbly
N71-2-1701 670 pp Barium releases from Javelin and Nike-
Avail NTlS 1971 Tomahawk sounding rockets for ion cloud
study of Earth electric and magnetic fields.
Aircraft Propulsion NASA SP-264
Conference, November 1970. N71-29671 145 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
N71-19451 463 pp
Report of the Joint DOT-NASA Civil ! _ nmr R
Avail NTIS 1971
Aviation R&D Policy Study, March

Review of policies affecting civil aviation,

problems confronting it, and potential for
future contributions to national benefit.
N71-30506 104 pp
Avail NTIS 1971

Computer Program for Calculation of
h-A- A-J Joint DOT-NASA Civil Aviation Policy
Study (Supporting Papers) Complex Chemical Equilibrium Com-
Civil aviation research and development pro- position, Rocket Performance, Incident
jects noting characteristics and growth to and Reflected Shocks, and Chapman-
date, current problems, future requirements, Jouguet Detonations
potential solutions, and recommendations. S. Gordon, B. J. McBride
NASA SP-266 Equations and computer program for cal-
N71-30507 248 pp culating chemical equilibria in thermo-
Avail NTIS 1971 dynamic states of complex systems.
Physical Studies of the Minor Planets N71-37775 250 pp
T. Gehrels Avail NTIS 1971
Astronomical observations of asteroids. Con-
ference, blarch 1971. A Compilation of Nondimensional
N. S. Land
N72-25753 713 pp
Avail GPO 1971 Identification and compilation of named
nondimensional numbers used in technical
The Pioneer Mission to Jupiter areas.

Planning for Pioneer interplanetary missions NASA SP 274

with Jupiter flyby. N72-23982 126 pp
NASA SP 268 Avail GPO 1972

N71-32366 48 pp
Avail GPO 1971 Monitoring Earth Resources from
Aircraft and Spacecraft

Hypogravic and Hypodynamic R. N. Colwell

Environments Procedures and techniques for determining
M. McCally, R. H. Murray Earth resources from high altitude aircraft
and Apollo 9 photographs.
Aerospace environments, manned space
flight, weightlessness simulation, musculo- NASA SP-275
skeletal and cardiovascular systems, bone loss, N72-18331 203 pp
mineral metabolism, and hematology. Con- Avail GPO 1971
ference, July 1969.
NASA SP-269 Spacecraft Charge Buildup Analysis

N71-33251 380 pp H.
FF. Bi/sky, J. v. Gore,
Avail NTIS 1971 M. A. Kasha, et al.
Design and characteristics of spacecraft pro-
NASA Aircraft Safety and Operating pulsion system using charge buildup and
Problems. Volume 1 electric propulsion techniques.
Conference, May 1971.
NASA SP-270 N71.32812 40 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
N71-30756 444 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Friction, Wear, and Lubrication in
Apollo 14 Preliminary Science Report D. H. Buckle),
Lunar topographic, geologic, magnetic field, Friction, wear, and lubrication of metals,
gravitation, and atmospheric data from Apollo nonmetal compounds, and polymers in
14 experiments and photography. vacuum environment.
N71-30953 313 pp N72-20451 192 pp
Avail GPO 1971 Avail NTIS 1971
12 IU_ 1"

The Interplanetary Pioneers.

Volume I. Summary
• ". R. Corliss
Pioneer space probe project to show history,
design, development, flight operations, and
results accomplished.
N73-14864 135 pp
Avail GPO 1972

The Interplanetary Pioneers. Remote Measurement of Pollution
Volume II. System Design and
Remote sensing techniques for measuring
gaseous air pollution, water pollution, and
IV. R. Cor/iss particulate air pollution.
Pioneer space probe system design and devel- NASA SP-285
opment, ground support system, tracking
N72-18324 261 pp
and communication, and data processing.
Avail NTIS 1971

N73-17882 312 pp Significant Accomplishments in Science:

Avail GPO 1972 Goddard Space Flight Center, 1970

Research in Earth resources, meteorology, and

The Interplanetary Pioneers.
interplanetary physics. Symposium, January
Volume III. Operations 1971.
IV. R. Cor/iss
Operational aspects of Pioneer program.
N72-23324 253 pp
NASA SP-280 Avail NTIS 1972
N73-20882 157 pp
Avail GPO 1972 What Made Apollo a Success?

Apollo spacecraft development, mission plan-

Seventh Annual Conference on Manual
ning, and flight operations.
Manual control systems for human operator (
N72-12892 87 pp
modeling and display systems in man- • . _t &._ It.
Avail NTIS 1971
machine environments. Conference, June
Vibration of Shells
A. IV. Leissa
N73-10104 354 pp
Vibrational characteristics, mechanical prop-
Avail GPO 1972
erties, and stress analysis of thin shell struc-
tures of various cross sections.
The Fifth Aerospace Mechanisms
N73-26924 435 pp
Structural design principles and mechanical
Avail GPO 1973
engineering methods for aerospace mech-
anisms used in orbital and space flights. Con-
Apollo 15: Preliminary Science Report
ference, June 1970.
Apollo 15 flight accomplishments, lunar sur-
face activities, lunar orbital activities, and
N72-13391 196 pp
photographic coverage.
Avail NTIS 1971

N72-22814 502 pp
Earth Resources Survey Systems
Avail GPO 1972
Applications of remote sensing to agriculture,
forestry, oceanography, urban development. Turbine Design and Application
Workshop, May 1971.
A. J. Glassman
Review of turbine technology including ther-
N73-16548 359 pp
modynamics, compressible fluid mechanics,
Avail GPO 1972
fundamental turbine concepts, and velocity
diagram design.
Analysis of Surveyor 3 Material and
Volume I
Photographs Returned by Apollo 12
Postflight analysis of parts from Surveyor 3
N72-26685 101 pp
spacecraft, lunar material, and photographs
Avail GPO 1972
brought back on Apollo 12 flight.
Volume II
N72-26731 302 pp
Avail GPO 1972 N74-33476 152 pp
Avail GPO L973

Volume Ill

N75-24741 141 pp
Avail GPO 1975

"" g T
The Transformation of Scientists and Numerical Marching Techniques tot
IA A A-JR Fluid Flows With Heat Transfer
Engineers Into Managers
J. A. Bayton, R. L. Chapman R. If". Hornbeck
Principal problems and obstacles faced by Formulations and solutions for fluid flow
specialists during the transition period when problems with associated heat transfer.
they are becoming managers. NASA SP-297
NASA SP-291 N74-12992 349 pp
N72-27986 135 pp Avail GPO 1973
Avail GPO 1972
Space Simulation
I" _ _
Vehicle Technology for Civil Aviation: Symposium, May 1972.
The Seventies and Beyond NASA SP-298
Technological concepts for future transport N72-22250 1093 pp
aircraft developments in civil aviation. Con- Avail GPO 1972
ference, November 1971.
NASA SP 292 Holography and Optical Filtering
N72-12995 452 pp Holography and optical filtering techniques
Avail NTIS 1971 for structural analysis, material tests, and
astronomical observation. Conference, May
Experimental InterAmerican Meteoro- 1971.
logical Rocket Network (EXAMETNET):
"r r r The First Five Years, 1966-1970
N73-25540 L95pp
Five-year assessment of EXAMETNET, mete- Avail GPO 1973
orological rocket network of Argentina,
Brazil, and United States for stratospheric Physics of the Solar System
S. 1. Rasool
Solar system, solar physics, planetary atmo-
N72-17558 58 pp spheres and structure, and origin of planets
Avail NTIS 1<)72 and Moon.
Remote Sensing of the Chesapeake Bay
N72-25810 519pp
Remote sensing of resources contained in Avail GPO 1972
Chesapeake Bay to determine effects of envi-
ronmental pollution. Conference, April Supercritical Wing Technology:
A Progress Report on Flight Evaluations
Supercritical wing development and results of
N72-26272 176 pp
F-8 and T-2C test programs. Symposium,
Avail GPO 1972
February 1972.
Significant Accomplishments in Tech-
nology: Goddard Space Flight Center, N77-8547,-1 141 pp
1970 Avail NTIS 1972

J. M. Bridget Second Conference on Portable Life

Technological developments in satellite com- Support Systems
munications, tracking, antenna arrays, atti-
Portable life support systems for human pro-
tude control, orbit calculations, and instru-
tection. Conference, May 1971.
mentation. Symposium, January 1971.
N72-27106 350 pp
N72-25755 214 pp
Avail NTIS 1972
Avail NTIS 1972

The Quiet Sun

Rocket/Nimbus Sounder Comparison
(RNSC) E. G. Gibson
Textbook of solar physics.
Radiance and temperature differences be-
tween rocket and Nimbus satellite systems. NASA SP-303

NASA SP-296 N73-25846 344 pp

Avail GPO 1<)73
N72-19892 46 pp
Avail NTIS 1972

Fluid Mechanics, Acoustics, and Design The Scientific Results From the Orbiting
of Turbomachinery Astronomical Observatory (OAO-2)
B. Lakshminarayana, W. R. Britsch, A. D. Code
W, S. Gearhart Scientific observations by OAO of solar sys-
Part 1 tem, interstellar matter, stellar atmospheres.
NASA SP-304 and galactic and extragalactic systems. Con-

N75-11174 419 pp ference, August 1971.

Avail GPO 1974 NASA SP 310

Part 2 N72-31810 597 pp

Avail NTIS 1972
N73-1l 191 447 pp
Aircraft Engine Noise Reduction
Avail G'PO 1974
Conference, May 1972.

Physics of the Space Environment NASA SP-311

R. E. Smith, S. T. Wu N7_-12012 321 pp

Avail NTIS 1972
Upper atmospheric physics and chemistry,
auroras, and solar flare forecasting. Collo-
Significant Accomplishments in Sciences:
quium, 1971.
Goddard Space Flight Center, 1971
Research on remote sensing applications and
N72-31384 176 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 satellite observation data. Symposium, No-
vember 1971.

Compositions of Major and Minor NASA SP-312

Minerals in Five Apollo 12 Crystalline N73-17934 220 pp

Rocks Avail NTIS 1972

B. M. French, K. I:. J. Heinr_h,

Space for Mankind's Benefit
P. D. Loman, Jr., et al.
Mineral analysis of lunar samples of crystal- J. Vonputtkamer, T. J. McCullougb
line rocks from Apollo 12 flight. Conference, November 1971.


N73-16837 145 pp N73-13829 415 pp

Avail NTIS 1972 Avail GPO 1972

Report of the Tape Recorder Action Fifth Symposium on the Role of the
Plan Committee, March 13, 1972 Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration

Failure analysis of tape recorders for spacecraft Vestibular problems of manned space flight

applications. for weightlessness and reduced gravity condi-

tions with emphasis on space station develop-
ment, including morphological studies. Sym-
N73-15225 52 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 posium, August 1970.
Solar Wind N74-18754 275 pp
Avail GPO 1973
C, P. Sonett, P. J. Coleman, Jr.,
J. M. _'ilcox
Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report
Magnetic structure of interplanetary and solar
magnetic fields and solar wind. Conference, Preliminary results of Apollo 16 investiga-
March 1971. tions.


N73-10760 728 pp N73-21729 636 pp

Avail GPO 1972 Avail GPO 1972

Advanced Methods for the Solution of

Advanced Approaches to Fatigue
Evaluation Differential Equations

Fatigue test evaluation for aircraft structures. M. E. Goldstein, IV. H. Braun

Symposium, May 1971. NASA SP-316

NASA SP-309 N74-10569 359 pp
Avail GPO 1973
N72-29895 675 pp
Avail NTIS 1972

A A-il Stellar Chromospheres A Review of Methods for Predicting Air
S. D. Jordan, E. H. A vrett Pollution Dispersion
Stellar chromospheres and their composi- J. J. Mathis, Jr., W. L. Grose
tions. Colloquium, February 1972. Air pollution models, and problem areas in
NASA SP-317 air pollution dispersion modeling.
N73-13792 318 pp NASA SP 322
Avail GPO 1973 N73-20658 46 pp
Avail NTIS 1973
Interdisciplinary Approach to Liquid
Lubricant Technology Accelerated Testing of Space Batteries
P. M. Ku J. McCallum, R. E. Thomas,
Requirements and functions of liquid lubri- J. H. IVaite
cants, mineral oils, greases, theory of Accelerated life test program for space bat-
rheology, mechanics and thermodynamics in teries.
lubrkation, environmental capability of liq- NASA SP-323
uid lubricants, wear corrosion and erosion. N73-21958 220 pp
Symposium, January 1972. Avail NTIS 1073
N74-12219 569 pp Project Management in NASA: The
Avail GPO 1973 System and the Men
R. H. Pontious, L. B. Barnes
Evolutionary and Physical Properties of
Meteoroids NASA SP-324
N74-15692 137 pp
C. L Hemenway, P. M. Mi//man,
Avail GPO 1973
A. F. Cook
Astrophysical models for meteoroid forma-
The Orbital Mechanics of Flight
tion and stellar and planetary evolutions Mechanics
developed from simulation composition
R. S. Dunning
studies. Colloquium, June 1971.
Reference handbook on modern dynamic or-
bit theory.
N74-19436 361 pp
V v_ t,-w Avail GPO 1973
N74-12482 16,4 pp
Avail NTIS 1973
STOL Technology
Aerodynamic characteristics and short haul
Significant Accomplishments in
transportation applications. Conference,
Technology: Goddard Space Flight
October 1972.
Center, 1972
Technology utilization in spacecraft guid-
N73- 32934 516 pp
ance, ground operations, communications
Avail NTIS 1972
and navigation systems, and sensor develop-
V" - _'_ " " Free Turbulent Shear Flows ment. Symposium. November 1972.
..... S. F. Birch
N73-27816 186 pp
Development of data, including two- Avail NTIS 1973
dimensional shear layers and axisymmetric
jets. Conference, July 1972. Significant Results Obtained From the
Volume I. Conference Proceedings Earth Resources Technology Satellite-1.
NASA SP-321 Volume I: Technical Presentations
N73-28154 763 pp S. C. Freden, E. P. Mercanti,
Avail NTIS 1973 M. A. Becker
Volume II. Summary of Data Symposium, March 1973.
1,7 17. It" NASAsv-321 NASA SP-327
N73-27213 94 pp N73-28207 1686 pp
Avail NTIS 1973 Avail GPO 1973

Life Beyond Earth and the Mind of Advanced Scanners and Imaging
Man Systems for Earth Observations
R, Berendzen Electromechanical scanners, self-scanned
Social, philosophical, and humanistic impacts solid state sensors, electron beam images, sen-
of possible existence of extraterrestrial life. sor related technology, user applications.
Symposium, November 1972. NASA SP-335
N74-11287 620 pp
N73-30807 110 pp Avail GPO 1973
Avail GPO 1973
Seventh Conference on Space
Mars as Viewed by Mariner 9 Simulation
Photographs of the surface of Mars showing Conference, November 1973.
geologic features and effects of atmospheric NASA SP-3_6
N74-10232 935 pp
NASA SP-329 Avail GPO 1973
N75-17270 279 pp
Avail GPO 1974 The New Mars: The Discoveries of
Mariner 9
Apollo 17 Preliminary Science Report
V/. K. Hartmann, O. Raper
Apollo 17 site selection, mission description, A history of our knowledge of Mars--how we
geological investigation of landing site, lunar gained it and how it grew.
experiments, visual flight flash phenomenon, NASA SP-337
volcanic studies, mare ridges, remote sensing N75-13729 192 pp
and photogrammetric studies, astronomical Avail GPO 1974
NASA SP-330 Advanced Electro-Optical lmaging
N74-18428 677 pp Techniques
Avail GPO 1973 S. Sobieski, E. J. V/ampler
Symposium, September 1972.
Significant Accomplishments in NASA SP-338
Sciences: Goddard Space Flight Center,
N74-17406 134 pp
1972 Avail NTIS 1973
Space applications research in astronomy and
earth physics. Gamma-Ray Astrophysics
NASA SP-331 F. _. Stecker, A. !. Trombka
N73-31867 223 pp Symposium, May 1973.
Avail NTIS 1973 NASA SP-339
N74-14465 425 pp
The Gum Nebula and Related
Avail GPO 1973

Symposium, May 1971. The Atmosphere of Titan

1,r _; _:' _-
NASA SP-332 D. M. Hunten
N73-31731 246 pp Spectroscopic and radiometric observations
Avail NTIS 1973 used to form models for the Titan atmo-
spheric composition and circulation.
Design of Various Fixed-Geometry NASA SP-340
Water-Lubricated Hydrodynamic Jour- N74-20478 185 pp
nal Bearings for Maximum Stability Avail NTIS 1974
F. T. Schuller
NASA SP-333 Atlas of Surveyor 5 Television Data
N74-11305 101 pp R. M. Batson, R. Jordan,
Avail NTIS 1973 K. B. Larson
! ILl _ I
The Viking Mission to Mars
N75-14665 609 pp
Preview of the mission. Avail GPO 1974
N74-34287 82 pp High Energy Phenomena on the Sun
Avail NTIS 1974 R. Ramaty, R. G. Stone
Symposium, September 1972.
N74-21440 640 pp
Avail GPO 1973 " " I" T
L--A-A A-a The Rings of Saturn Pioneer
Odyssey: Encounter With a

F. D. Pa//uconi, G. H. Pettengi//
Preview of Mariner Jupiter-Saturn '77 space R. O. Fimmel, _'. Swindell,
project. Workshop, August 1973. E. Burgess
NASA SP-343 Pioneer Jupiter mission objectives, hazards,

N75-17236 221 pp spacecraft design, communication tech-

Avail GPO 1974 niques, mission accomplishments, scientific
payloads. (The Pioneer flyby of Saturn is in-
Objectives and Models of the Planetary cluded in NASA SP-446.)
Quarantine Program NASA SP-349
M. FYerber N75-10130 183 pp
Avail GPO 1974
Objectives of the planetary quarantine pro-
gram and the history of early contamination
prevention efforts. Apollo Expeditions to the Moon
NASA SP-344 E. M. Cortn'gbt

N75-25604 140 pp From planning stages through Apollo 17. The

Avail GPO 1975 objectives and accomplishments of each mis-
sion are discussed.

Evolution of the Solar System NASA SP-350

H. Alfvdn, G. Arrbenius N76-12956 324 pp

r r v Physical
to the origin
evolution of the
Avail GPO 1975

system. Third Earth Resources Technology

NASA SP-345 Satellite-1 Symposium. Volume 1:
Technical Presentations, Section A
N77-12959 611 pp
Avail GPO 1976 S. C. Freden, E. P. Mercanti,
M A. Becket
Aeroacoustics Symposium, December 1973.

M. E. Go/dstein NASA SP-351

NASA SP-346 N74-30705 992 pp

Avail GPO 1974
N74-35118 440 pp
K..J Avail NTIS 1974
Third Earth Resources Technology
Aerodynamic Analyses Requiring Satellite-I Symposium. Volume 1:
Advanced Computers Technical Presentations, Section B
Conference, March 1975. S. C. Freden, E. P. Mercanti,
M. A. Becket
Part 1
N74-30774 936 pp
N76-10007 710 pp
Avail GPO 1974
Avail NTIS 1975
Part 2
Rotorcraft Dynamics
A dynamic structural analysis of rotary
N76-10031 779 pp
winged aircraft considering helicopter vibra-
Avail NTIS 1975
tion and loads. Conference, February 1974
Radiative Property Data for Venusian
N74-34489 370 pp
Entry: A Compendium
Avail NTIS 1974
J. J. Jones, R. E. Boughner,
K. II. Haggard, et al.
Corn Blight Watch Experiment.
NASA SP-348 Summary Report
N75-12880 85 pp NASA SP-353
lid 1f2 1" Avail NTIS 1974 N74-33861 17 pp
Avail GPO 1974

.ki .hi .._

DOT/NASA Comparative Assessment Wave Climate Model of the Mid-
of Brayton Engines for Guideway Atlantic Shelf and Shoreline (Virginian
Vehicles and Buses Sea): Model Development, Shelf Geo-
Volume I. Summary morphology, and Preliminary Results

NASA SP-354 V. Goldsmith, Ir/. D. Morris,

N75-18577 47 pp R. J. Byrne, et al.
Avail NTIS 1975 Computerized wave climate model that ap-
plies linear wave theory and shelf depth infor-
Volume II. Analysis and Results
mation to predict wave behavior.
N75-22745 284 pp
Avail NTIS 1!)75 N75-23072 153 pp
Avail NTIS 1974

Comet Kohoutek
Monterey Bay Study
G. A. Gary
R. M. Bizzell, L. C. Wade
Tail form, structure, and evolution: hydroxyl
Usefulness of Landsat system in the planning
related observations; molecules and atoms in
and development of resource systems on
the coma and tail: photometry and radio-
metry: spacecraft and ground-based observa-
tion data. Color photographs. Workshop,
June 1974. N75-30629 33 pp
Avail GPO 1975
N76-10938 281 pp I
Mission to Earth: Landsat Views the
Avail NTIS 1975

Third Earth Resources Technology N. M. Short, P. D. Lowman, Jr.,

S. C. Freden, et al.
SateUite-I Symposium. Volume II:
Summary of Results Four hundred color plates showing natural
land features.
S. C. Freden, E. P. Mercanti,
D. B. Friedman NASA SP-360
N77-17532 926 pp
Results and applications of ERTS-I data for
Avail GPO 1976
solving resource management problems.
Symposium, December 1973.
Educator's Guide for Mission to Earth:
Landsat Views the World
N75-10549 184 pp
Avail GPO 1974 M. A. Tindal
information for using Landsat imagery to aid

Third Earth Resources Technology in teaching earth science and geology, en-

SateUite-1 Symposium. Volume Ill: vironmental studies, geography, social and

urban studies.
Discipline Summary Report
S. C. Freden, E. P. Mercanti, SuppLement to NASA SP 360
D. B. Friedman N80-10537 56 pp
Avail GPO 1978
Agriculture, forestry, and range resources;
land use and mapping: mineral resource, geo-
logical structure, and landform surveys; water Significant Accomplishments in Science
and Technology: Goddard Space Flight
and marine resources: environmental surveys_
Center, 1973
interpretation techniques. Symposium,
December 1973. Cometary physics, x-ray and gamma ray

NASA SP-357 astronomy, solar and terrestrial physics,

N74-33873 159 pp spacecraft technology, Earth Resources Tech-

Avail GPO 1974 nology Satellite (Landsat), Earth and ocean
physics, communications and navigation,
mission operations and data systems, network
systems and operations. Symposium, Decem- mr I IB
ber 1973.

N75.16422 360 pp
Avail NTIS 1975

Apollo Over the Moon: A View From
Introduction to the Acrodynamic._ of
Orbit Flight
T. A. Talay
H, Masursky, G, IV. Colton
F. EI.Baz, et al. The atmosphere, fluid flow, subsonic flow ef-
fects, transonic flow, supersonic flow, aircraft
Photographs taken by the Apollo metric
performance, and stability and control.
camera system.
N76-11043 203 pp
N78-2117'_ 263 pp
1978 Avail NTIS 1975
Avail GPO

Technology and the Neurologically Biomedical Results From Apollo

Handicapped R. S. Johnston, L, F. Dietlein,

C. A. Berry
Bioengineering approaches to the treatment
of neurologically handicapped persons; Crew health and inflight monitoring,

neurophysiological aspects of control systems preflight and postflight medical testing, in-

and man-machine integration. Conference, flight experiments, quarantine, and life sup-

September 197,1. port systems,


N75-19975 278 pp N76-12668 592 pp

Avail NTIS 1974 Avail GPO 1975

r v Data Collection
Resources Technology
System: Earth
NASA Research
Once-Through Boilers:

S, Cooper, P. T. Ryan J. R. Stone, V. H. Gray,

O. A. Gutierrez
Sensors, interface hardware, power supplies,
environmental enclosures, data transmission, Research on boilers for use in spacecraft elec-

processing and distribution, maintenance and trical power generation systems.

integration in resources management systems. NASA SP-369

Conference, May 1973. N75-32388 142 pp
NASA SP 364 Avail NTIS 1975

N75-16050 127 pp
Avail NTIS 1975 The Soviet-American Conference on F
Cosmochemistry of the Moon and
National Geodetic Satellite Program Planets
S. IV. Henrikson J. H. Pomeroy, N. J. Hubbard
Instruments used to obtain data, description Thermal history of the Moon; lunar gravita-
of data, data processing theory, evaluation of tion and magnetism; chronology of the
results. moon, planers, and meteorites; hypotheses
Part 1 about the origin and evolution of the Moon
and planets; data on Mercury, Venus, Mars,
-jupiter. Conference, June 1974.
N78-11545 523 pp
Avail NTIS 1977 Part 1
Part 2 NASA SP 370 k,
NASA SP-365 N78-12925 503 pp
Avail GPO 1977
N 78-11552 509 pp
Avail GPO 1977 Part 2

Possible Relationships Between Solar N78-12958 423 pp
Activity and Meteorological Phenomena Avail GPO 1977
IV. R. Bandeen, S. P. Maran
Symposium, November 1973. Large Scale Dynamic Systems
NASA SP-366 Large scale dynamic systems in terms of R
17 17 l"
N76.14528 263 pp modern control theory in the fields of aero-
Avail GPO 1975 nautics, water resources, and electrical power.
Workshop, August 1974.
N75-29845 206 pp
Avail NTIS 1975

NASA-University Conference on Active Microwave Workshop Report
Aeronautics R. 17. Matthews
Aeronautics and the education of the Data on active microwave systems. Remote
engineers, technical trends in aeronautics, sensing of Earth/land features, ocean/
and the role of the university in aeronautics. atmosphere interactions, equipment and in-
Conference, October 1974. strument technology Workshop, July 1974.
N75-29001 430 pp N76-11811 513 pp
Avail NTIS 1975 Avail GPO 1975

Free Radical OH: A Molecule of Astro- Biomedical Results From Skylab

physical and Aeronomic Interest R. S. Johnston, L. F. Dietlein
H, Mohan, Shardanand Physiological responses of space crew to pro-
Rotational-vibrational transitions, dissocia- longed space flight stress
tion and ionization processes, and spectral NASA SP 377
characteristics. N77-33780 502 pp
NASA SP-373 Avail GPO 1977
N75-29960 90 pp
Avail NTIS 1975 Numerical Studies of Incompressible
Viscous Flow in a Driven Cavity
Foundations of Space Biology and Numerical methods that can be applied to
Medicine the Navier-Stokes equations; cubic spline
M Calvin, O. G. Gazenko procedure.
Volume 1. Space as a Habitat NASA SP-378
NASA SP-374 N76-16023 132 pp
N76-26799 458 pp Avail NTIS 1975
Avail GPO I975
Eighth Conference on Space Simulation
Volume II. Ecological and Physiological Bases
of Space Biology and Medicine State of the art in space simulation, spacecraft
contamination, thermal control systems, bio-
Book 1
sciences, flammability. Conference, Novem-
NASA SP-374 ber 1975. ,-- t,-', 1"7.- I"
N76-26809 415 pp
Avail GPO 1975 NASA SP-379
N76-11113 859 pp
Book 2 Avail NTIS 1975
N76-26819 756 pp Skylab Explores the Earth
Avail GPO 1975
Experiments to determine the types of data
Volume III. Space Medicine and Biotech- obtainable through visual observation by Sky-
nology lab crews.
N76-26829 542 pp N77-28548 531 pp
Avail GPO 1975 Avail GPO 1977

The Use of Lasers for Hydrographic Aeronautical Propulsion

Engine design, exhaust gases, use of com-
H. H. Kim, P. E Ryan posites, bearings, supersonic and hypersonic
Use of remote laser sensors in water pollution propulsion. Conference, May 1975.
detection and identification, coastal environ- NASA SP-381
ment monitoring, bathymetric depth sound- N75-31068 476 pp
ing. Symposium, September 1973. Avail NTIS 1975
NASA SP-375 ! ill _ i
N75-30525 202 pp The Atmosphere of Venus
Avail NTIS 1975
J. E. Hansen
Dynamics, structure, chemistry and evolution
of the atmosphere of Venus. Conference,
October 1974.
N76-10933 202 pp
Avail NTIS 1975

Cepheid Modeling Applications of Computer Graphics in
A-A ,dh-d D. Fischel, IV. M. Sparks Engineering
Mathematical techniques used to model the Conference, October 1975.
instability behavior of cepheid variables. NASA SP-390
Conference, July 1974. N76-16812 661 pp
NASA SP-383 Avail NTIS 1975
N76-10951 338 pp
Avail NTIS 1975 Operational Applications of Satellite
Snowcover Observations
Significant Accomplishments in Science A. Rango
and Technology: Goddard Space Flight Snow measurements made by Landsat and
Center, 1974 NOAA satellites were used to help forecast
Earth resources and astronomy; photographs runoff and flooding. Conference, August
of satellite observations. Symposium, Decem- 1975.
ber 1974. NASA SP-391
NASA SP-384 N76-16561 430pp
N76-10934 208 pp Avail NTIS 1975
Avail NTIS 1975
The Space Telescope
Proceedings of the 1958 Flight Flutter Mission planning, telescope performance, op-
Testing Symposium tical detectors, mirror construction, pointing
Theory, methods, and techniques of flight and control systems, data management, and
flutter testing. Symposium, May 1958. maintenance of the telescope. Meeting,
NASA SP-385 August 1975.
N76-10095 196 pp NASA SP-392
Avail NTIS 1975 N76-23110 240 pp
Avail GPO 1976
Outlook for Space: Report to the
NASA Administrator by the Outlook The Study of Comets
for Space Study Group B. Donn, M. J. Mumma,
Future activities in the context of national IV, M. Jackson, et al.
needs, 1980-2000. Photometry and spectrum analysis of
NASA SP-386 Kohoutek comet and comet tails. Collo-
N76-18004 373 pp quium, November 1974.
Avail GPO 1976 Part 1
A Forecast of Space Technology: N76-21052 557 pp
1980-2000 Avail GPO 1976
Information management, scientific re- Part 2
sources, management of energy and matter.
N76-21075 557 pp
N76-18005 320 pp Avail GPO 1976
Avail GPO 1976
A Survey of Computational Aero-
Analytical Applications of Biolumines- dynamics in the United States
cence and Chemiluminescence
A. Gessow, D. J. Morro
E, IV. Chappelle, G. L. Picciolo
Programs in theoretical and computational
NASA SP-388 aerodynamics, including application for
N76-15538 119 pp boundary layer flow, Navier-Stokes tur-
Avail NTIS 1975 bulence modeling, internal flows, two-
dimensional configurations, subsonic and
X-Ray Binaries supersonic aircraft, transonic aircraft, and the
I2 F IL" Space Shuttle.
Satellite x-ray experiments and ground-based
programs aimed at observation of x-ray NASA SP-394
binaries. Symposium, October 1975. N78-11007 49 pp
NASA SP-389 Avail NTIS 1977
N76-26056 718 pp
Avail NTIS 1976

vv _W
i2 -a ...
Second NASA Conference on Laser A New Sun: The Solar Results From
li Energy Conversion Skylab m-i A A-dn
K. g/. Bil/man J. A. Eddy
The possible transmission of high-power laser The Sun as seen by Skylab's cameras.
beams over long distances and their conver- NASA SP-zi02
sion to thrust, electricity, and other useful
N79-22991 220 pp
forms of energy. Conference, .January 1975 Avail GPO 1979
N76-21505 196 pp Volcanic Features of Hawaii. A Basis
Avail NTIS 1976 for Comparison With Mars
M. H. Cart, R. Greeley
Solar-Wind Interaction With the
Similarities and differences between the
Planets Mercury, Venus, and Mars volcanoes of Hawaii and those on Mars.
N. F. Ness Photographs.
Magnetic field and plasma measurements in NASA SP_I03
the environments of Mars, Mercury, and
N80-23912 216 pp
Venus. Seminar, November 1975. Avail GPO 1980
N76-25125 172 pp Skylab's Astronomy and Space Sciences
Avail NTIS 1976
C. A. Lundquist
Skylab's multidisciplinary capabilities,
The 1976 Standard Atmosphere Above including observations of stars and galaxies,
86-kin Altitude
energetic particles, interplanetary dust,
R. A. Minzner Comet Kohoutek.
Development of an atmospheric model, NASA SP-<I04
temperature and composition profiles. N79-3,1118 126 pp
NASA SP-398 Avail GPO 1979
N77-10755 77 pp
Avail NTIS 1976 Vortex-Lattice Utilization
Implementation and application of the
Skylab EREP Investigations Summary
vortex-lattice method to aerodynamic design
W. J. Pierson and analysis. Workshop, May 1976.
I," g" I"7.- •
EREP data on agriculture, cartography, geol- NASA SP-405
ogy, hydrology, oceans atmosphere. N76-28163 409 pp
NASA SP-399 Avail NTIS 1976
N79-17279 387 pp
Avail GPO 1978 Powered-Lift Aerodynamics and
Skylab, Our First Space Station
Conference on high-lift aerodynamics, high-
L. E Belew speed and cruise aerodynamics, acoustics,
Skylab's role in the study of solar and stellar propulsion aerodynamics and acoustics, aero-
astronomy, data on solar physics and space dynamic and acoustic loads, and full-scale
processing experiments. and flight research. May 1976.
N7"-27155 176 pp N78-24046 502 pp
Avail GPO 1977 Avail NTIS 1976

Skylab, Classroom in Space Space Shuttle

L. B. Summerlin Flight system, mission profile, economic and
Student-designed Skylab experiments and social benefits, description of vehicle.
demonstrations on the effect of weightless- NASA SP-407
N76-31268 97 pp
NASA SP-401 Avail GPO 1976 'll _ Ull I
N77-29189 190 pp
Avail GPO 1977 Viking 1: Early Results
Text and photos from the first weeks after the
Viking 1 landing on Mars.
N76-28296 76 pp
Avail NTIS 1976

Wake Vortex Minimization Flutter Testing Techniques
IA AA-a Research on the effect of wing span, wing Developments in methodology and data
analysis techniques for flutter testing in flight
flaps, spoilers, splines, and engine thrust on
and on the ground.
vortex attenuation. Symposium, February
1976. NASA SPoil 5

NASA SP_09 N77-21022 483 pp

Avail NTIS 1976
N78-12017 403 pp
Avail NTIS 1977
Aircraft Safety and Operating Problems
Satellite-Derived Global Oceanic Terminal area operations, flight dynamics
Rainfall Atlas and control, ground operations, atmospheric
31. S. V. Rao, IV. V. Abott III, environment, structures and materials, power

J. S. Theon plants, noise, human factors engineering.

Conference, October 1976.
NASA SP_i 16
N77-19709 336 pp
Avail GPO 1976 N77-18081 644 pp
Avail NTIS 1976

The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Medical

Report A Geological Basis for the Exploration
of the Planets
A. E. Ni_ogossian
Clinical aspects and preflight and postflight R. Greeley, 31. H. Cart
'-r v research studies performed on the astronauts. Relevance of planetary geology in relation to

NASA SP-411 the origin and evaluation of the solar system

and life. Stratigraphy, structural geology, and
N77-30735 129 pp
Avail NTIS 1977 geochemistry of planets.

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Summary N77-15961 117 pp

Science Report Avail NTIS 1976

Volume I. Astronomy, Earth Atmosphere

Lunar Sample Studies
and Gravity Field, Life Sciences, and Mate-
Technical examination of breccias, basalts,
rials Processing
and anorthosites.
N78-17088 570 pp
Avail NT1S 1977 N77-27053 72 pp
Avail NTIS 1977
Volume If. Earth Observations and Photog-
The Search for Extraterrestrial
F. EI-Baz, D. 3f. Warner
Intelligence: SETI
P. 31orrison, J. Bi/lingham, J. Wolfe
NSO- 10538 700 pp
Cosmic evolution, space communication,
Avail NTIS 1979
technological advances, search strategies and
systems. Includes bibliography of reports con-
Settlements in Space: A Design Study
cerning the search for extraterrestrial intelli-
R. D. Johnson, C Holbrow gence.
Concept of how people might permanently
sustain life in space on a large scale; design of
N78-18771 289pp
a system to colonize space.
Avail GPO 1977

N77-21106 191 pp
Voyager to Jupiter and Saturn
Avail GPO 1977
Voyager mission schedule and profiles for
encounters, description of spacecraft and tra-
On the Habitability of Mars: An
jectories, scientific investigations and instru-
Approach to Planetary Ecosynthesis
IZ 17_ l" ments.
31. 31. Averner, R. D. 31ace/roy
Examination of the possibility of utilizing
Mars as a habitat for terrestrial life. N77-29046 62 pp
Avail NTIS 1977

N77-12718 114 pp
Avail NTIS 1976

vv _ W"
a,m akg --_

Recognition of Compact Astrophysical High-Altitude Perspective
Objects m--A i liN
Capabilities of the NASA Ames Research
H. Ogelman, R. Rothschild Center U-2 aircraft for research or experimen-
Stellar evolution, pulsars, binary stars, x-ray tal programs.
signatures, gamma ray sources, temporal anal- NASA SP-427
ysis of x-ray data. N78-31508 33 pp
NASA SP_I21 Avail GPO 1978
N77- 34063 200 pp
Avail NTIS 1977 Space Resources and Space Settlements
J. Billingham,
W. P. Gilbreath,
Calculation Methods for Compressible B. Oleary, et aL
Turbulent Boundary Layers: State-of- Research needs for regenerative life-support
the-Art, 1976 systems, habitat design, dynamics and design
D. M. Bushnell, A. M. Cary, Jr., of electromagnetic mass drivers, asteroids as
J. E. Harris resources for space manufacturing, processing
Equations and closure methods for compres- of nonterrestrial materials.
sible turbulent boundary layers, flow phe- NASA SP_428
nomena, three-dimensional layers. N79-32225 292 pp
NASA SP-422 Avail GPO 1979
N78-13371 146 pp
Avail NTIS 1977 Viking Site Selection and Certification
H. Masursky, N. L. Crabill
Atlas of Mercury
Premission phase through the acquisition of
M. E. Davies, S, E. Dornik,
data and decisions during mission operations
D. E. Gault, R. G. Strom and the immediate postlanding evaluation.
Mariner 10 spacecraft, scientific mission, sur- NASA SP_i29
face mapping techniques, topographic fea-
N81-25992 39 pp
tures of Mercury. Photographs, shaded relief
Avail NTIS 1981
maps, photomosaics.
Physiological Responses of Women to
N78-30025 135 pp Simulated Weightlessness
Avail GPO 1978
H. Sandier, D. L. Winter •"- v-" 1"7- 1"
Subjects were exposed to centrifugation,
The Voyage of Mariner 10: Mission to
lower body negative pressure, and exercise
Venus and Mercury
J. A. Dunne, E. Burgess
Historical details of Mariner 10 mission,
N79-13686 92 pp
images of Venus and Mercury.
Avail NTIS 1978
N78-27146 233 pp
Digital Processing of Remotely Sensed
Avail GPO 1978
1. G. Mo/_
The Martian Landscape
The foundations of image processing.
Design of the facsimile camera, image
sequencing, picture calibration, reconstruc- Imaging techniques include image resolu-
tion of color, search for motion on Mars. Over tion, enhancement, registration, analysis and

200 color and black and white photographs. classification, and data compression.
N81-20489 338 pp
N79-12984 160 pp
Avail GPO 1980
Avail GPO 1978

Sun, Weather, and Climate The Space Shuttle at Work

H. Allaway ! ill imr i
J. R. Herman, R. A. Goldberg
Solar-related correlation factors, long-term Operation, tasks and duties, design, future
development of the Space Shuttle.
climatic trends, physical processes and
mechanisms, recapitulation of Sun-weather re- NASA SP_32
lationships, guidelines for experiments. N80-30367 84 pp
Avail GPO 1979
N79-20961 365 pp
Avail GPO 1978

k--A-A A-d Shuttle Atmospheric Lidar Research Atlas of Mars

Program: Final Report of Science R. M. Batson, P. M. Bridges, J. L, Inge

Working Group Small-scale maps and photomosaics covering
Determination of global flow of water vapor the entire surface of the planet Mars.
and pollutants in the troposphere, improve- NASA SP_i38
ment of chemical and transport models of the N80-16998 154 pp
stratosphere and mesosphere, evaluation of Avail GPO 1979
radiative models of the atmosphere, investi-
gation of chemistry and transport of ther- Voyage to Jupiter
mospheric atomic species and magnetospheric D. Mormon, J. Saraz
aspects of Sun/weather relationships. The story of the Voyager project, including
NASA SP_33 many color photographs from the Voyager 1
N80-11414 231 pp and 2 flybys of Jupiter.
Avail NTIS 1979
N81-10910 211 pp
An Emission-Line Survey of the Milky Avail GPO 1980
R. A. R. Parker, T. R. Gull, Wind Tunnels of NASA
R. P. Kirschner
D. D. Baals, IV. R. Cor/iss
The instrumentation used in an examination
The development of the wind tunnel and the
of the ionization structure of emission
problems of calibration, scaling, and instru-
nebulae and of the galactic plane in general,
and characteristics of the prints obtained.
N81-32153 162 pp
N80-11966 224 pp
Avail GPO 1981
Avail GPO 1979

Terminal Configured Vehicle Program Viking Orbiter Views of Mars

Facilities Guide C. R. Spitzer

Program established to conduct research and A collection of Viking Orbiter images, in-

to develop and evaluate aircraft and flight cluding polar regions, moons, atmosphere,

management system technology concepts to craters, and channels. Stereopticon included.

benefit conventional takeoff and landing NASA SP-441

operations in the terminal area. Analyses, N81-11966 189 pp

simulation and flight experiments. Avail GPO 1980
Lessons of the NASA Tech House
NS0-18028 67 pp
Avail NTIS 1980 H. A//away
Report of a family's one-year residence in
Project Orion: A Design Study of a Langley Research Center's experimental
System for Detecting Extrasolar Planets house of the future that combines advanced
D. C. Black electronics, solar energy, water recycling, and
fire-retardant materials.
Design concept for a ground-based astro-
metric telescope that could significantly in- NASA SP_,4 2
crease the potential accuracy of astrometrir N80-27219 41 pp
observations. Avail GPO 1980
NASA SP--436

N80-27260 214 pp Materials Processing In Space: Early

Avail GPO 1980 Experiments
R. J. Naumann, H. IV. Herring
Mathematical Modeling of Diverse Potential applications of space processing, the
behavior of fluid in low gravity, and the
][,.T 17 l"
J. C. Howard evolution of apparatus for materials
Tensor calculus applied to the formulation of processing in space.
mathematical models of diverse phenomena. NASA SP-443
N81-16075 123 pp
NSO- 13839 402 pp Avail GPO 1980
Avail NTIS 1979

i Images of Mars: The Viking Extended Risk to the Public from Carbon Fibers k-lk _ A-ll
Mission Released in Civil Aircraft Accidents
M. H. Cart, N. Evans NASA SP-448
Thirty black and white photographs of Mars, N81-18.096 71 pp
some taken as recently as 1979, showing vol- Avail NTIS 1980
canoes, lava plains, channels, canyons, pla-
A Catalog of NASA Special
teaus, impact craters, surface features of
Phobos and Deimos.
NASA SP-444 Superceded by NASA SP-470.
N80-26239 35 pp NASA SP-449
Avail GPO 1980 N81-21995 110 pp
Avail NTIS 1981

The Sun As a Star

The High-Speed Frontier: Case
Histories of Four NACA Programs, S. D. Jordan
1920-1950 Solar physics review. Topics include the
J. V. Becker existence of the chromosphere, the corona,
and the solar wind.
The development of supersonic airfoils is
described, with emphasis on propeller blade
N81-27008 559pp
design and configurations.
Avail NTIS 1981
N81-15969 196 pp
Voyages to Saturn • , 6., &._

Avail GPO 1980

D. Mormon
The Voyager spacecraft and their instruments
Pioneer: First to Jupiter, Saturn, and are described and supplemented by numer-
Beyond ous black and white and color photographs.
R. O. Fimmel, J. Van Allen, NASA SP-45 l
E. Burgess N82-26152 232 pp
The planning process, technical aspects of the Avail GPO 1982
spacecraft design and operation, the scientific
payloads, and experiments conducted during
interplanetary flight. Gamma Ray Astrophysics: New Insight
Into the Universe
N81-15925 296 pp C. E. Fichtel, J. L Trombka
Avail GPO 1980 Gamma ray observations of the solar system,
the galaxy, and extragalactic radiation ate
Space Physiology and Medicine
A. E. Nicogossian, J. E Parker, Jr.
N82.21118 405 pp
Overviews of manned space flight, the space Avail GPO 1981
environment, health maintenance of space
crew members, and medical problems of space
Orbiting Quarantine Facility: The
flight. *_ L,.L k J Jl*

Antaeus Report
D. L. Devincenzi, J. R. Bagby
N83-25349 331 pp
Avail NTIS 1982 Orbiting Quarantine Facility (OQF) system
overview, quarantine and protocol, the
laboratory, and support systems.
N82-20225 144 pp
Avail NTIS 1981
![ Ill in, R

"" g T
• -A- ak- A-a Capturing Energy From the Wind Pioneer Venus

J. t. Scbefter Richard O. Fimmel, Lawrence Colin,

Eric Burgess
Windpower history, wind turbine tech-
nology, and electric power generation. A comprehensive view of a planet provided
Illustrated. by a 1978 encounter. Includes the history of

NASA SP-455 the program and details of the spacecraft and

N82-28783 88 pp scientific experiments.

Avail GPO 1982 NASA SP 461 268 pp
Avail GPO 1')82
B Stars With and Without Emission
Lines Fuel Economy in Aviation
A. Underbill, V. Doazan Jeffrey L. Ethel[
The spectra for supergiant B stars are A summary of NASA's aircraft energy
presented, along with the development of efficiency program.
models compatible with all known facts about NASA SP-462 1 I_) pp
a star and with the laws of physics. Avail GPO 1')83
N82-25027 533 pp The A-Type Stars: Problems and
Avail NTIS 1982

Nimbus 6 Random Access Measure- Sidney C. WolJf Stuart Jordan

ment System Applications Experiments The third of a series providing a critical

examination of current hypotheses for
C. E. Cote, R. Taylor,
E. Gilbert interpreting non-thermal phenomena in
stellar astronomical data.
Data collection techniques are demonstrated
NASA SP 4(, a, 25_ pp
in investigation of the atmosphere, oceano-
Avail NTIS 1_)83
graphic parameters, navigation and position
location, and data buoy development•
A NASA High-Power Space-Based
Laser Research and Applications
N83-14835 103 pp
Avail NTIS 1982
_ V _ _
R. J. DeYoung, G. D. Walberg,
E. J. Conway. et aL
Mount St. Helens Eruptions of 1980
An assessment of the program with
R. E. Newell, A. Deepak
recommendations for proposed areas of
The atmospheric and potential climatic research
aspects of a volcanic eruption are presented.
NASA SP 464 46 pp
Measurements and techniques used in collect-
Avail NTIS 1_;'83
ing the data are summarized.
N82-32915 141 pp The Star Splitters: The High-Energy
Avail GPO 1982 Astronomy Observatories
Wallace H. Tucker

Small Transport Aircraft Technology Summarizes the findings of the three HEAO

L. J. Williams satellites launched to study the high-energy

information on commuter airline trends and
aircraft developments is provided•
Avail GPO 1983
N83-20931 118 pp
Avail NTIS 1983

w _ r

k--dk- 4k A---d
Handbooks and Data Compilations

Thermodynamic Properties to 6000 K Energy Spectra and Angular Distribu-

for 210 Substances Involving the First tions of Electrons Transmitted Through
18 Elements Sapphire (Aluminum Oxide) Foils

J. G. Ehlers, S. Gordon, M. J. Berger, S. M. Seltzer

S. Heimel, et al. NASA SP-3008
NASA SP-3001 N64-18416 109 pp
N63-23715 332 pp Avail NTIS 1964
Avail NTlS 1963
Tables of Flow Properties of Thermally
Thermodynamic Properties and Mollier Perfect Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen
Chart for Hydrogen From 300 K to Mixtures
20 000 K
W. P. Peterson
R. F. Kubin, L. L. Presley NASA SP-3009
NASA SP-3002 N64-19997 119 pp
N64-18507 69 pp Avail NTIS 1964

v r v Avail NTIS 1964

Tables of the Complex Fresnel Integral
Handbook of Space-Radiation Effects C. W. Martz
on Solar-Cell Power Systems Fresnel integral evaluated by Taylor series ex-
W. C. Cooley, R. J. Janda pansions.
NASA SP-3003 NASA SP-3010
N63-20315 120 pp N64-23531 298 pp
Avail NTIS 1963 Avail NTIS 1964

Tables for Supersonic Flow Around Thermodynamic and Transport Proper-

Right Circular Cones at Zero Angle of ties for the Hydrogen-Oxygen System
R. A. Svehla
J. L. Sims NASA SP-3011
NASA SP-3004 N64-26785 423 pp
N64-18949 428 pp Avail NTIS 1964
Avail GPO 1964

Tables of Energy Losses and Ranges of

Tables of the Composition, Opacity, Electrons and Positrons
and Thermodynamic Properties of
3t. J. Berger, S. M. Seltzer
Hydrogen at High Temperatures
NASA SP-3012
N. L. Krascella
N65-12506 131 pp
NASA SP-3005 Avail NTIS 1964
N65-14300 190 pp
Avail NTIS 1963 Tables of Energy Losses and Ranges of
Heavy Charged Particles
Bioastronautics Data Book
W. 14. Barkas, M. J. Berger
J. F. Parker, Jr., 1I. R. West NASA SP-3013
Bioastronautics research, including stress ef- N65-12507 132 pp
fects, sensory perception, and human per- Avail NTIS 1964

NASA SP-3006 Equilibrium Thermodynamic Properties

12 F I1', N73-15091 938 pp of Carbon Dioxide
Avail GPO 1973
H. E. Bailey
NASA SP-3014
Tables for Supersonic Flow Around
N65-20478 69 pp
Right Circular Cones at Small Angle of
Avail NTIS 1965
J. L. Sims
NASA SP-3007

N64-25017 427 pp
Avail GPO 1964

li Charts for Equilibrium Flow Properties Equilibrium Thermodynamic Properties &-A A ahi
of Carbon Dioxide in Hyperveiocity of Three Engineering Models of the
Nozzles Martian Atmosphere
L. H. Jorgensen, R. J. Redmond H. E. Bailey
NASA SP-3015 Equilibrium thermodynamic properties (en-
N65-20479 74 pp tropy, enthalpy, pressure, and sound speed)
Avail NTIS 1965 of three engineering models of Martian at-
Venus and Mars Nominal Natural NASA SP-3021
Environment for Advanced Manned N65-35792 164 pp
Planetary Mission Programs AvailNTIS 1965
D. E. Evans, G. L. Kraus,
D. E. Pitts Magnetic Fields Due to Solid and
Hollow Conical Conductors
NASA SP-3016
N67-25042 59 pp J. C Laurence, J. C. Sto//,
Avail NTIS 1967 P. L. Yohner
Technology of high field electromagnets, ax-
Charts for Approximate Thermodynamic ial and radial components of magnetic field
Properties of Nitrogen-Oxygen Mixtures produced by solid conical conductor with con-
R. D. Brown, B. Fowler stant azimuthal current density.
r *
NASA SP-3022
Charts for equilibrium thermodynamic prop-
erties of nitrogen-oxygen mixtures under ex- N66-13046 133 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
treme pressure and temperature ranges.
NASA SP-3017
Calculations of Thermal Field Emission
N65-26639 116pp
Avail NTIS 1965 for a Terminated Image Potential
J. F. Morro
Charts for Equilibrium and Frozen NASA SP-3023
Flows Across Plane Shock Waves in N66-16421 612 pp
Carbon Dioxide A vail NTIS 1966

V. L. Peterson, C. D. Simcox
Models of the Trapped Radiation F FT.-_ T
Charts for equilibrium and frozen flow across
Environment. Volume I: Inner Zone
plane shock waves in carbon dioxide used in
estimating aerodynamic performance charac- Protons and Electrons
teristics of bodies in flight. J. I. Vette
NASA SP-3018 Models of inner radiation belt to determine
N65-28627 128 pp values of fluxes and energy spectra of protons
Avail NT1S 1965 and electrons trapped in geomagnetic field.
NASA SP-3024
Charts for Equilibrium and Frozen N66-16054 59 pp
Nozzle Flows of Carbon Dioxide Avail NTIS 1966
G. G. Mateer, V. L. Peterson
NASA SP-3019 Models of the Trapped Radiation
Environment. Volume II: Inner and
N65-29951 80 pp
Outer Zone Electrons
Avail NTIS 1965
A. B. Lucero, J. I. Vette, J. A. Wright
Charts of Isentropic Exponent as a Trapped electron environment in inner and
Function of Enthalpy for Various Gases outer radiation belts: tables and graphs.
in Equilibrium NASA SP-3024

L. H. Jorgensen N66-35685 100 pp

Avail NTIS 1966
Charts of isentropic exponent as function of
enthalpy and speed for air, nitrogen, carbon lie IF II il

dioxide, and mixtures of nitrogen and carbon Models of the Trapped Electron
Radiation Environment. Volume III:
dioxide in equilibrium.
Electrons at Synchronous Altitudes
NASA SP-3020
N65-34243 13 pp A. B. Lucero, J. I. Vette, J. A. Wright
Avail NTIS 1965 NASA SP-3024
N67-19899 111 pp
Avail NTIS 1967

k--A _l_ A--_ Models of the Trapped Radiation Electron Densities and Scale Heights •
Environment. Volume IV: Low in the Topside Ionosphere: Alouette I
Energy Protons Observations Over the American
J. H. King Continents. Volume I: November,
NASA SP-3024 December 1962, and January 1963
N67-36447 66 pp K. L. Chan, L. Colin, J. O. Thomas
Avail NTIS 1967 NASA SP-3027
N66-33197 508 pp
Models of the Trapped Radiation Avail NT1S 1966
Environment. Volume V: Inner Belt
r ,,v-, -- Protons Space Measurement Survey:
J. P, Lavine, J. !. Vette Instruments and Spacecraft,
Model environment of inner belt proton October 1957-March 1965
fluges. H. L. Richter, Jr., H. L. Richter
NASA SP-3024 List of satellites and space probes with
N69-28911 61 pp descriptions of scientific instrumentation.
Avail NTIS 1969 NASA SP-3028
N66-33075 1013 pp
Models of the Trapped Radiation Avail NTIS 1966
Environment. Volume VI: High Energy

T- _.
J. P, Lavine, J. !. Vette
the Planet
of the Physical
Properties of
Model environment of high energy protons H.A. Hyatt, L. R. Koenig,
trapped in radiation belts. C. M. Michaux, et al.
NASA SP-3024 Handbook of physical properties, theories,
N71-12117 49 pp and scientific observations for planet Venus.
Avail NTIS 1970 NASA SP-3029
N67-31439 124 pp
Models of the Trapped Radiation Avail NTIS 1967
Environment. Volume VII: Long Term
Time Variations Handbook of the Physical Properties of
i_: ,r,-_, ,r- Time variations of energetic electron and solar the Planet Mars 1"
proton distributions in inner radiation belt. C.M. Michaux
NASA SP-3024 NASA SP-3030
N71-29089 62 pp N67-35182 i73 pp
Avail NTIS 1971 Avail NTIS 1967

Space Materials Handbook: Handbook of the Physical Properties of

Supplement 1 to the Second Edition, the Planet,jupiter
Space Materials Experience C.M. Michaux
•t_ v- J.B. Rittenhouse, J. B. Singletary NASA SP-3031
Spacecraft structures and systems materials N67-26559 140pp
A. ,,. . handbook. Avail OPO I967 it,
NASA SP-3025
N66-18439 276 pp Electron Densities and Scale Heights in
Avail NTIS 1966 the Topside Ionosphere: Alouette I
Observations Over the American Con-
Electron Densities and Scale Heights in tinents. Volume II: March and May
the Topside Ionosphere: Alouette I 1963
Observations in Midlatitudes K. L. Chart, L. Colin, J. O. Thomas
L. Colin, M. J. Rycroft, J. O. Thomas NASA SP-3032
_ I[,v NASA SP-3026 N66-38867 610 pp =-
N66-27056 658 pp Avail NTIS 1966
Avail NTIS 1966

Electron Densities and Scale Heights in Tables of Interference Factors for Use in h-AA A-at
the Topside Ionosphere: Alouette 1 Correcting Data From VTOL Models in
Observations Over the American Con- Wind Tunnels With 7 by 10 Proportions
tinents. Volume III: June, July, Sep-
H. H. Heyson
tember, and October 1963
NASA SP-3039
K. L. Chan, L. Colin, J. O. Thomas
N67-22897 653 pp
NASA SP-3033 Avail NTIS 1967
N67-14933 585 pp
Avail NTIS 1966 Thermodynamic Equilibrium in Pre-
biological Atmospheres of C, H, O, N,
Electron Densities and Scale Heights in P, S, and Cl
the Topside Ionosphere: Alouette I M. O. Dayhoff R. V. Eck,
Observations Over the American Con- E. R. Lippincott, et al.
tinents. Volume IV: Summary Graphs Thermodynamic equilibrium in prebiological
K. L. Chan, L. Colin, J. O. Thomas atmospheres, and inorganic origin of organic
NASA SP-3034 compounds.
N67-36446 324 pp NASA SP-3040
Avail NTIS 1967 N67-27295 274 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
Thermodynamic, Transport, and Flow
Properties for the Products of Methane Tables of Fe I Line Intensities.
Burned in Oxygen-Enriched Air Volume 1: Temperature From 1000 to
6500 K. ° * L, &i
B. H. Croom, E. W. Leyhe
NASA SP-3035 Volume 2: Temperatures Between 6500
and 20 000 K
N66-37802 91 pp
Avail NTIS 1966 IV. j. Borucki
Atomic line intensity tables for ionized iron
Additional Stopping Power and Range atom at high temperatures.
Tables for Protons, Mesons, and Elec- NASA SP-3041
trons N68-24161 219 pp
M. J. Berger, S. M. Seltzer Avail NTIS 1968
"" F t"7 I"
Stopping power and range tables for protons,
mesons, and electrons in lithium fluoride, Tabulated Communication Characteris-
silicon, germanium, liquid hydrogen, pro- tics of a Steady-State Model of Inter-
pane, and freon. planetary Space
NASA SP-3036 J. Dimeff R. J. Hruby,
N67-14099 40 pp A. H. Somes, et al.
Avail NTiS 1966 NASA SP-3042
N68-10164 526 pp
Handling and Use of Fluorine and Avail NTIS 1967
Fluorine-Oxygen Mixtures in Rocket
Systems Properties of Magnetic Materials for Use
J. T. Harper, H. FY. Schmidt in High-Temperature Space Power
NASA SP-3037 Systems
N67-26000 285 pp J.J. Clark. P. E. Kueser,
Avail NTIS 1967 D. H. Lane, et al.
Property data of magnetic materials for use in
Electron Densities and Scale Heights in high temperature liquid alkali-metal space
the Topside Ionsophere: Alouette I power systems.
Observations Recorded in Hawaii: NASA SP-3043
Winter 1962-1963, Summer 1963 N68-17624 325 pp
A vail NTIS 1967
K. L. Chan, L. Colin ! lur I I

Tabulations and graphs of electron density

A Numerical Least-Square Method for
and plasma scale height data computed from
Resolving Complex Pulse Height
Alouette 1 topside sounder ionograms.
NASA SP-3038
R, L. Schmadebeck, J. 1. Trombka
N67-18948 286 pp
Avail NTIS 1967 NASA SP-3044
N68-29520 175 pp
Avail NTIS 1968

•" ,- t" t,"

._, k.. L k

Space Materials Handbook
Compressed Gas Handbook
h--A- M- A-J R. A. Cota, J. S. Kunkle, J. B. Rittenhouse, J. B. Singletary
S. D. Wilson Aerospace environment and effects on mate-

High pressure compressible flow systems in rials, spacecraft material selection, and bio-

space vehicle ground support equipment. logical interaction with spacecraft materials.
Third edition.
NASA SP-3045
N69-26987 572 pp NASA SP-3051
Avail GPO 1969 N70-21226 760 pp
Avail NTIS 1969
Real-Gas Effects in Critical Flow
Through Nozzles and Thermodynamic Semiclassical Elastic Scattering Cross
Properties of Nitrogen and Helium at Sections for a Central Field Potential
Pressures to 300 x 105 Newtons Per Function

Square Meter J. R. Stallcop

R. C. Johnson NASA SP-3052
FORTRAN 4 subroutines for calculating N70-14494 299 pp
critical flow factor to determine mass flow rate A vail NTIS 1969
of gaseous helium and nitrogen through
critical flow nozzles. Relative Geometries of the Earth, Sun,
NASA SP-3046 and Mars From the Year 1973 to the
N69-16098 204 pp Year 2000
Avail NTIS 1,)68 S, FY. Souders

NASA SP-3053
Two-Micron Sky Survey: A Preliminary N70-21849 130 pp
Catalog Avail NTIS 1970
R. B. Leighton, G. Neugebauer
Two-micron sky survey catalog of celestial ob- World Maps of Constant B, L, and
jects. Flux Contours
NASA SP-3047 E. G. Stassinopoulos
N69-37993 316 pp NASA SP-3054
Avail NTIS 1969
N70-28118 362 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
Charts for Interpolation of Local Skin
Friction From Experimental Turbulent A Ray-Tradng Digital Computer Pro-
Velocity Profiles gram for the Study of Magnetospheric
J. M. Alien, D. H. Tudor Duct Propagation
Graphical interpolation charts of local skin
J. Ramasastry, E. J. IValsh
friction from compressible velocity profiles.
NASA SP-3055
NASA SP-3048
N70-35774 299 pp
N69-25391 42 pp Avail NTIS 1970
Avail NTIS 1969

Average Energies of Ground and Singly

Computer-Aided Filter Design Manual and Doubly Excited Configurations in
S. Gussow, G. Weathers Highly Ionized Atoms (Electron
Computerized telemetry filter design. Numbers N = 3 to N = 20)
NASA SP-3049 S. O. Kastner, Y. Shadmi
N69-35816 106 pp NASA SP-3056
Avail NTIS 1969
N71-20535 258 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Tabulations of Configuration Factors
Between Any Two Spheres and Their Lunar Ephemeris and Selenographic
Parts Coordinates of the Earth and Sun for
12 !.7 l" N. T. Grief 1971 and 1972
Tabulated values of configuration factors be-
A. D. Hartung
tween two spheres and parts of two spheres.
Lunar ephemeris and selenographic coordi-
NASA SP-3050 nates of Earth and Sun for 1971 and 1972,
N69-37777 424 pp related geometric information, tables and
Avail NTIS 1969 graphs.
NASA SP-3057
N72-23896 437 pp
Avail NTIS 1972

Lunar Ephemeris and Selenographic Hydrogen Line Blanketed Model Stellar
Coordinates of the Earth and Sun tbr Atmospheres
1973 and 1974
D. A. Klinglesraith
A. D. Hartung NASA SP-3065
NASA SP-3058 N71-20410 264 pp
N72-23897 442 pp Avail NTIS 1971
Avail NTIS 1972
Partition Functions and Equations of
Lunar Ephemeris and Selenographic State in Plasmas
Coordinates of the Earth and Sun tbr D. Fischel, W. M. Sparks
1975 and 1976
NASA SP-3066
A. D. Hartung N71-28173 617 pp
NASA SP-3059 Avail NTIS 1971
N72-26730 441 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 Radio Frequency Interference Handbook
R. E. Taylor
Lunar Ephemeris and Selenographic STADAN radio frequency interference prob-
Coordinates of the Earth and Sun for
lems involving electromagnetic compatibility
1977 and 1978 and lightning.
A, D. Hartung NASA SP-3067
NASA SP-3060 N72.11153 273 pp
N72-30820 442 pp Avail NTIS 1971
Avail NTIS 1972 • - _, &._ akO.

Atomic Emission Line Wavelength Cal-

Lunar Ephemeris and Selenographic culations below 2000 Angstroms for
Coordinates of the Earth and Sun for Lithium II Through Cobalt XXVI
1979 and 1980 M. D. Williams
A. D. Hartung NASA SP-3068
NASA SP-3061 N72-12684 118 pp
N72-30819 442 pp Avail NTlS 1971
Avail NTIS 1972
Thermodynamic Properties and Theo- ,-" t,', t'7- I"
Lunar Ephemeris and Selenographic retical Rocket Performance of Hydrogen
Coordinates of the Earth and Sun for to 100000 K and 1.01325 x 108 N/m 2
1981 and 1982 R. W. Patch
A. D. Hartung Thermodynamic properties and theoretical
NASA SP-3062 rocket performance of hydrogen to 100 000 K
N72-30828 441 pp and 1.01325 x 108 N/m 2 for chemical equi-
Avail NTIS 1972 librium in Debye-Huckel and ideal gas ap-
Lunar Ephemeris and Selenographic NASA SP-3069
Coordinates of the Earth and Sun fbr N72-12776 114 pp
1983 and 1984 Avail NTlS 1971
A. D. Hartung
Summary of Transformation Equations
NASA SP-3063
and Equations of Motion Used in Free
N72-31864 437 pp
Avail NTlS 1972 Flight and Wind Tunnel Data Reduc-
tion and Analysis

Compilation of Ultraviolet Photo- T. G. Gainer, S. Hoffman

absorption Cross Sections for Atoms Basic formulations for developing coordinate
Between 5 and 3500 A transformations and equations of motion
used with free flight and wind tunnel data
R. D. Hudson, L. J. Kieffer
reduction. !! _ iiz Nut
Photoabsorption cross section data as function
of wavelength for 24 atoms. NASA SP-3070

NASA SP-3064 N72-26475 127 pp

Avail NTlS 1972
N71-26087 61 pp
Avail NTIS 1971

__ k.-
r T
ASRDI Oxygen Technology Survey. ASRDI Oxygen Technology Survey.
KA- A-J Volume I: Thermophysical Properties Volume VII: Characteristics of Metals
H. M. Roder, L. A. Weber That Influence System Safety
Handbook of thermophysical properties of J. J. Pelouch, Jr.
liquid and gaseous oxygen. NASA SP-3077
NASA SP-3071 N74-23 l 17 74 pp
N73-13952 432 pp Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS L972
Tables for Supersonic Flow of Helium
ASRDI Oxygen Technology Survey. Around Right Circular Cones at Zero
Volume II: Cleaning Requirements, Angle of Attack
Procedures, and Verification
J. L. Sims
Techniques Analysis of characteristics of supersonic flow
H. Bankaitis, C. F. Schueller of helium around right circular cones at zero
Cleaning processes and postcleaning inspec- angle of attack and Mach numbers from 1.5
tion procedures for meeting oxygen system to 30.0.
cleaning requirements. NASA SP-3078
NASA SP-3072 N73-27208 28 pp
N73-15155 80pp Avail GPO 1973
Avail NTIS 1972
Nondestructive Evaluation Technique
r r v ASRDI
Oxygen Technology
IV: Low Temperature
Survey. Guide

A. Vary
Seventy nondestructive evaluation techniques,
L. L. Sparks
a description of each technique, physical prin-
NASA SP-3073 ciples involved, example applications, limita-
N74.27190 167 pp tions, schematic illustrations.
Avail NTIS 1974 NASA SP-3079
N73-31441 110 pp
Tables of Critical-Flow Functions and Avail NTIS 1973
Thermodynamic Properties for Methane
and Computational Procedures for Both Handbook of Infrared Radiation From
Methane and Natural Gas Combustion Gases
R. C. Johnson C B. Ludwig, IV. Malkimus,
Calculation of mass flow rate of methane and J. E. Reardon, et al.
natural gas through nozzles. Handbook on radiant emission and absorp-
NASA SP-3074 tion of combustion gases for application to
N73-15309 73 pp design of rocket combustion chambers and
Avail NTIS 1972 exhausts, turbojet engines, and industrial
A Computer Program to Determine the NASA SP-3080
Possible Daily Release Window for Sky N73-27807 497 pp
Target Expenments Avail NTIS 1973
N. H. Mi_haud
NASA SP-3075 Auroral Bremsstrahlung at Balloon
N74-L 1985 15t pp
Avail GPO 1973 S, M. Seltzer, M. J. Berger,
T. Rosenberg
ASRDI Oxygen Technology Survey. Auroral bremsstrahJung flux spectra at
Volume III: Heat Transfer and Fluid various atmospheric depths.
Dynamics- Abstracts of Selected NASA SP-3081
Technical Reports and Publications N73-32293 28 pp
lid 12 IL" A. F. Schmidt Avail NTIS 1973
Abstracts of selected reports on heat transfer
and fluid dynamics with applicability to oxy- Revised Tables of Airspeed, Altitude,
gen systems. and Mach Number Presented in the
NASA SP-3076 International System of Units
N73-16932 177 pp M. S. Benner, R. H. Sawyer
Avail NTIS 1972 NASA SP-3082
N74-14082 42 pp
Avail NTIS 1973
v+ +'apt ,_

ASRD! Oxygen Technology Survey. ASRDI Oxygen Technological Survey.
I Volume V: Density and Liquid Level Volume IX: Oxygen Systems Engi- &-i i I I
Measurement Instrumentation for the neering Review
Cryogenic Fluids Oxygen, Hydrogen, H. W. Schmidt, D. E. Forney
and Nitrogen NASA SP-3090
H. M. Roder
N75-33259 218 pp
NASA SP-3083 Avail NTIS 1975
N74-22322 72 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 Synoptic Analyses, 5-, 2-, and
0A-Millibar Surfaces for January 1972
ASRDI Oxygen Technology Survey. Through June 1973
Volume VI: Flow Measurement Data from meteorological tocketsonde and
Instrumentation satellite radiance measurements used to ana-
D. B. Mann lyze high-altitude synoptic charts.
NASA SP-3084 NASA SP 3091
N74-28938 109 pp N75-3091 208 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 Avail NTIS 1975

Tables and Charts of Equilibrium Nor- ASRDI Oxygen Technology Survey.

mal Shock and Shock-Tube Solutions Volume VIII: Pressure Measurement
for Helium-Hydrogen Mixtures With J. M. Arvidson, J. A. Brennan
Velocities to 70 km/sec
NASA SP-3092
C. G. Miller 1II, S. E. Wilder N75-28070 104 pp
NASA SP-3085 Avail NTIS 1975
N74-34701 812 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 Normal- and Oblique-Shock Flow Pa-
rameters in Equilibrium Air Including
Near-lnfrared Spectra of Jupiter, Attached-Shock Solutions for Surfaces
Saturn, and Uranus at Angles of Attack, Sweep, and
A. E. Potter Dihedral

NASA SP-3086 J. L. Hunt, S. W. Souders

N74-33269 252 pp NASA SP-3093 I" _, t"7 " T
AvaiINTIS 1974 N76-12019 156 pp
Avail NTIS 1975
Tables and Charts of Equilibrium Nor-
mal Shock and Shock-Tube Solutions Spacecraft Materials Guide
for Pure Hydrogen With Velocities to C. L. Staugaitis
70 km/sec Low density and syntactic foams, electrical en-
C. G. Miller III, S. E. Wilder capsulants, optical glasses, interference
NASA SP-3087 filters, lamillar lubricants, soldering and
N75-13197 230pp brazing processes.
Avail NTlS 1974 NASA SP-3094
N75-24848 77 pp
Thermodynamic and Related Properties Avail NTIS 1975
of Parahydrogen From the Triple Point
to 300 K at Pressures to 1000 Bar Diurnal Experiment Data Report,
A. L. Weber March 19-20, 1974

NASA SP-3088 E J. Schmidlin, Y. Yamasaki,

A. Motta, et al.
N75-22407 105 pp
Avail NTIS 1975 Temperature and wind data from 70 small
meteorological sounding rockets launched
Hydrogen Technology Survey: Thermo- from eight selected launch sites in the
physical Properties Western Hemisphere.

R. D. McCarty NASA SP-3095

N76-13700 153 pp
Thermodynamic functions, transport proper-
Avail NTIS 1975
ties, and physical properties of liquid and
gaseous hydrogen.
NASA SP-3089
N76-11297 535 pp
Avail NTIS 1975

Molecular Physics of Equilibrium Tables and Charts of Equilibrium
m- A-J Gases: A Handbook for Engineers Normal-Shock and Shock-Tube Proper-
C. F. Hansen ties for Pure Carbon Dioxide With
Velocities From 1 to 16 km/sec
NASA SP-3096
C. G. Miller III, S. E. lf/ilder
N76-22004 329 pp
Avail NTIS 1976 NASA SP-3100
N77-16292 318 pp
Tables and Charts of Equilibrium Ther- Avail NTIS 1976
modynamic Properties of Carbon Diox-
ide for Temperatures to 25 000 K Cryogenic Adhesives and Sealants--
C. G. Miller 111, S. E. Wilder Abstracted Publications
NASA SP-3097 F. R. F//illiamson, N. A. Olien

N76-32272 493 pp Abstracts containing experimental data on

Avail NTIS 1976 the properties of adhesive and sealants at
cryogenic temperatures.
Tables and Charts of Equilibrium Nor- NASA SP-310i
mal Shock and Shock Tube Properties N77-20257 156 pp
for Pure Argon With Velocities to 18 Avail NTIS 1977
km / sec
C. G. Miller Ill, S. E. IVilder Synoptic Analyses, 5-, 2-, and
NASA SP-3098 0.4-Millibar Surfaces for July 1973
Through June 1974
N76-29536 302 pp
Avail NTIS 1976 Satellite radiance measurements and data
from meteorological rocketsondes used to
Tables and Charts of Equilibrium Ther- analyze high-altitude constant pressure
modynamic Properties of Ammonia for charts.
Temperatures From 500 to 50 000 K NASA SP-3102

A. L. Simmonds, C. G. Miller Ill, N77.15583 144 pp

J. E. Nealy Avail NTIS 1976

NASA SP-3099

N76-30097 259 pp
Avail NTIS 1976

%7 IE" I '1

Histories and Chronologies

Project Mercury: A Chronology Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1966:

J. M. Grimwood Chronology on Science, Technology,

and Policy
Events leading to the project, test objectives,
flight data summary, launch site summary. NASA launchings, space probes, manned

NASA SP_I001 space flights, and other space-related and

aeronautics events and discoveries in 1966.
N63-21848 250 pp
Avail GPO 1963 NASA SP_-IO07

N67-38808 486 pp
Project Gemini Technology and Opera- Avail GPO 1967

tions: A Chronology
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1967:
J. M. G,mwood, B. C. Hacker,
Chronology on Science, Technology,
P. J. Vorzimer
and Policy
Chronological study of design and develop-
ment of Gemini project. NASA SP-4008

NASA SP-4002 N69-25647 495 pp

Avail GPO 1968
l" r r N69-36501
Avail GPO
324 pp
The Apollo Spacecraft: A Chronology

Space Medicine in Project Mercury Volume I. Through November 7, 1962.

I. D. Ertel, M. L. Morse
M. M. Link
NASA SP_1009
Medical aspects of Project Mercury including
astronaut selection and training, results of N69-32021 275 pp
laboratory tests and physiological data, and Avail GPO 1969

biomedical planning for space flights. Volume II. November 8, 1962-September 30,
NASA SP-4003 1964.
N65-32394 207 pp M. L. Morse, J. K. Bays
_ T"y Avail NTIS 1965 NASA SP-4009

N74-12507 290 pp
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1963:
Avail NTIS 1973
Chronology on Science, Technology,
and Policy Volume Ill. October 1, 1964-January 30,
Chronological compilation of events relating
C. G. Brooks, 1. D. Ertel
to space exploration and exploitation.
NASA SP-4009
N76-21268 296 pp
N65-11866 615 pp
A vail G PO 1976
Avail NTIS 1963
Volume IV. January 21, 1966-July 13, 1974.
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1964: L D. Ertel, R. I¢/. Newkirk,
Chronology on Science, Technology, C. G. Brooks
and Policy NASA SP-4009
E. M. Emme N80-20437 476 pp
Space probes and manned space flights. Avail GPO 1978
NASA SP_,005
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1968:
N65-27641 533 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 Chronology on Science, Technology,
and Policy
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1965:
IE E 1" Chronology on aerospace events and person-
Chronology on Science, Technology alities.
and Policy NASA SP-4010
NASA SP-4006 N70-27240 437 pp
N67-11323 686 pp Avail GPO 1969
Avail NTIS 1966

"* W w
it it

Skylab: A Chronology Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1975:
A Chronology
-A--A-A A-de
R. I_. Newkirk, L D. Ertel,
C. G. Brooks N. L. Brun, E. H. Ritchie
Early space station activities, Apollo appli- NASA SP_020
cations, and Skylab development and oper- Avail GPO
ations. Includes appendix on expermlents
conducted on Skylab. An Administrative History of NASA,
NASA SP_I011 1958-1963
N78-25115 476 pp R. L. Rosholt
Avail GPO 1977 NASA SP-4101
N66-28006 456 pp
NASA Historical Data Book, 1958-1968. Avail NTIS 1966
Volume l: NASA Resources
J. I/annimmen, L. C. Bruno, Managing NASA in the Apollo Era
R. L. Rosholt A. S. Levine
Presents a data base on the tangible aspects of
The administration and organization are
NASA and its programs. Organization and
described and analyzed
NASA SP_ 102
NASA SP_i012
N8 a,-18551 359 pp
N76-24142 547 pp
Avail NTIS 1982
Avail NTIS 1976

Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1969: This New Ocean. A History of Project

Chronology on Science, Technology, Mercury
and Policy C. C. Alexander, J. M. Grimwood,
NASA SP_i014
L. S. Swenson, Jr.
Technological and managerial history of Mer-
N71-32246 539 pp
Avail GPO 1970
cury project, including bibliography.
NASA SP_1201
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1970: N67-14934 694 pp
Chronology on Science, Technology, Avail NTIS 1966
and Policy F trT. 1"_ - IV
NASA SPOOl5 Vanguard: A History
N73-23833 519 pp M. C. Green, M. Lomask
Avail GPO 1972 Origin, course of development, and results of
Vanguard Project.
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1971: NASA SP-4202
Chronology on Science, Technology, N71-18019 325 pp
and Policy Avail NTIS 1970
NASA SP-4016

N74-14683 481 pp
On the Shoulders of Titans: A History
Avail GPO 1972
of Project Gemini
B. C. Hacker
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1972:
Gemini. the intermediate manned space flight
Chronology on Science, Technology,
program between the Mercury and Apollo
and Policy
programs, was an important prerequisite to
NASA SP--4017
the lunar expeditions.
N7%10129 590 pp
NASA SP-4203
Avail GPO 1974
N78-20151 634 pp
Avail GPO 1977
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1973:
Chronology on ,Science, Technology and
Policy Moonport: A History of Apollo Launch
-- ! uw tit I
Facilities and Operations
C. D. Benson, FF. B. Faherty
N76-17166 487 pp
Avail GPO 1975 Development of the Apollo launch facilities
and operations from the beginning of the
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1974: design through the final launch.
A Chronology NASA SP-4204
N. L. Brun N79-12127 643 pp
Avail GPO 1978
NASA SP--4019
N78-12997 323 pp
Avail GPO 1977

Adventures in Research: A History of
h--A-Jb- All Chariots for Apollo: A History of
Ames Research Center, 1940-1965
Manned Lunar Spacecraft
C G. Brooks, J. M. Grimwood, E. P. Hartman
L. S. Swenson, Jr. Historical survey of aeronautical research and
Review of the Apollo lunar exploration pro- development at Ames Research Center from
gram with a focus on the spacecraft, including 1936 to 1965.
command and service modules and the lunar NASA SP-4302
module. N70-41479 673 pp
NASA SPM205 Avail CaPO 1970
N79-28203 553 pp
Avail GPO 1979 History of NASA Sounding Rockets
W. R. Corliss
Stages to Saturn Historical summary of the development and
R. E. Bi/stein use of sounding rockets.
Narrative account of technological advances NASA SP-4401
responsible for the AS-506 launch vehicle and N72-12873 162 pp
the success of the Apollo 11 flight. Avail GPO 1971

\ NASA SP-4206
N81-29154 508 pp Origins of NASA Names
Avail GPO 1981 H.T. Wells, S. H. Whiteley,

r t r The Partnership: A History of the Selection of names

C. E. Karegeannes
for launch vehicles,
Apollo-Soyuz Test Project spacecraft, manned spaceflight programs,
E. C. Ezell, L. N, Ezell sounding rockets, and field installations

Correspondence, interviews, official docu- through 1974.

ments, scientific experiments, launch vehi- NASA SP-4402
cles, photographs. N77-16981 237 pp
NASA SP-4209 Avail GPO 1976

N79-10074 570 pp
Avail GPO 1978 Orders of Magnitude: A History of
NACA and NASA, 1915-1980
V Np-= _w
Lunar Impact: A History of Project F. W. Anderson
Ranger A brief history, of aeronautics and space ex-
R. C Hall ploration from Kitty Hawk to walks on the
Basic management techniques, flight operat- Moon, space probes, and Skylab.
ing procedures, and technology for NASA's NASA SP-4403
unmanned lunar missions. N82-14955 113 pp
NASA SP-4210 Avail GPO 1981
N78-15149 467 pp
Avail GPO 1977 Liquid Hydrogen as a Propulsion Fuel,

Beyond the Atmosphere J. Z. Sloop

H. E. Newel/ NASA SP-4404
N79-16994 346 pp
The course of the United States space
Avail GPO 1978
program with major emphasis on NASA and
its programs.
Unmanned Space Project Management:
NASA SP-4211
Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter
N81-20962 512 pp
E. H. Kloman
Avail GPO 1980
Analysis of management procedures applied
to Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter projects.
Venture Into Space: Early Years of
ILT IL" Goddard Space Flight Center
N73-13973 49 pp
A. Rosenthal
Avail GPO 1972
History of NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center through 1963. The Planetary Quarantine Program:
NASA SP-4301 Origins and Achievements, 1956-1973
N68-30317 369 pp
C. R. Phillips
Avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-4902
N75-14670 61 pp
Avail GPO 1974
,vt .lrl' ,_.

Technology Utilization

An Improved Precision Height Gage Selected Welding Techniques, Part II

L. B. Vale Aluminum welding techniques for space

NASA SP-5001 vehicle applications.

N64-14062 13 pp NASA SP-5009

Avail NTIS 1963 N64-32642 39 pp
Avail GPO 1964
Soldering Electrical Connections
- " Techniques and materials for soldering elec- Selected Shop Techniques
trical connections. Technology handbook for machinists,
NASA SP-5002 mechanics, and technicians--shock absorbers

N67-36660 67 pp and protective devices, machining, metal

Avail GPO 1967 forming, welding and brazing, and precision
-. tools.
" Selected Welding Techniques, Part I NASA SP-5010

H. M. Nance N65-34426 91 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
Aluminum sheet plate welding tools and
1F It, r' techninues "
NASA SP-5003 Welding for Electronic Assemblies "

N64-16859 31 pp Resistance spot-welding of interconnecting

Avail GPO 1963 electronic components.
NASA SP-5011
Space Batteries N65-13535 86 pp
H. T. Francis Avail NTIS 1964

Three sealed battery systems--nickel-

cadmium, silver-cadmium, and silver-zinc-- Effects of Low Temperatures on
for spacecraft power use. Structural Metals

V v-.. 1"', NASA SP-5004 A.G. Imgram, 117. S. Lyman, T

N64-18052 60 pp H.L. Martin
Avail GPO 1964 Cryogenic temperature investigations of
aluminum, nickel, steel, titanium, and mag-
The Retrometer: A Light Beam nesium alloys.
Communications System NASA SP-5012
N. E. Thomas N65-11046 60 pp
Voice communications system using light Avail NTIS 1964

NASA SP-5005 Effects of Low Temperatures on the

,t-" - _r* • " N64-18503 20 pp Mechanical Properties of Structural
Avail NTIS 1964 Metals
A. A_ • Ib4

J. E. Campbell, A. G. lmgram,
The Measurement of Blood Pressure in H. L. Martin, et al.
the Human Body Low temperature effects on tensile properties

FU. H. Bickley, C. R. Smith of aluminum, magnesium, nickel, steel, and

NASA SP-5006 titanium alloys.

N64-17838 39 pp NASA SP-5012(01)

Avail GPO 1964 N68-31605 65 pp
Avail NTIS 1968
Measurement of the Heartbeat of Bird
112 t: L" Embryos With a Micrometeorite Tram- Precision Tooling Techniques nm,
ducer Precision tools, machine tools, and measuring
V. L. Roga//o apparatus.
Heartbeat measurement of bird embryos with NASA SP-5013
micrometeorite transducer as ballistocardio- N64-33608 29pp
graph. Avail GPO 1964
NASA SP-5007

N64-19015 16 pp
Avail NTIS 1964

NASA Contributions to the Technology Vibrating Diaphragm Pressure
of Inorganic Coatings Transducer

J. D. Plunkett J. D. King
Inorganic coating technology and commercial Vibrating diaphragm transducer for pressure
implications. measurements in wind tunnels--construc-
NASA SP-5014 tion, sensitivity, stability, energy losses, and
cost estimates.
N65-15535 263 pp
Avail GPO 1964 NASA SP-5020

N66-32281 28 pp
Conference on New Technology Avail NTIS 1964

Conference on aerospace technology: materi-

als, fabrication processes, electric power Cumulative Index to NASA Tech

generation, instrumentation, lubrication, Briefs, 1963-1969

superconductivity, and plasma physics. NASA SP-5021(10)
NASA SP-5015 N70-90039 1109 pp
N64-32767 161 pp Avail NTIS 1,)70
Avail GPO 1964
Index to NASA Tech Briefs, 1976
A Technique for Joining and Sealing
NASA SP-5021(17)
Dissimilar Materials
N78-26031 123 pp
Annular reentrant cavity filled with low Avail NTIS 1976
melting point alloy for sealing and joining
• . L, &._
dissimilar materials--cryogenic applications. Cumulative Index to NASA Tech Briefs,
NASA SP-5016 1970-1975

N65-26638 11 pp NASA SP-5O21(18)

Avail NTIS 1965 N80-10969 767 pp
Avail NTIS 1979
Metal-Forming Techniques

1. L lslamoff Index to NASA Tech Briefs, 1977

Metal forming techniques for sheet and plate NASA SP.5021(19)
materials used by aircraft and aerospace in- N80-10968 99 pp
dustry. Avail NTIS 1977
NASA SP-5017
N65-33365 59 pp Index to NASA Tech Briefs, 1978
Avail NTIS 1965
NASA SP-5021(20)
N80-10967 123 pp
Transforming and Using Space-Research Avail NTIS 1978
Knowledge--Ten Diversified Views

Space technology applications to industrial Index to NASA Tech Briefs, 1979

process devclopmem--welding, turbopumps, NASA SP-5021(21)
human waste as fuel, plastics, neurophysiology
N81-17956 108 pp
and computers. Symposium, June 1964. Avail NTIS 1979
NASA SP-5018
N65-18526 111 pp Index to NASA Tech Briefs, 1980
Avail NTIS 1964 NASA SP-5021(22)
N81-32085 108 pp
NASA Contributions to Advanced Avail NTIS 1,)8o
Valve Technology

L. C. Burmeister, J. B. Loser, Micropower Logic Circuits

E. C. Sneegas J. C Sturman
NASA SP-5019
Digital logic circuits for space vehicle logic
N68-10402 i90 pp systems for application in nonspace computer - ,HI am, N i
Avail GPO 1967 systems.
NASA SP-5022
N65-23694 21 pp
Avail NTIS 1965

Medical and Biological Applications of Microelecmmics in Space Research
Space Telemetry R. M. Burger
NASA SP-5023 Technology survey of microelectronics in
N65-34001 70 pp space research,
Avail NTIS 1965 NASA SP-5031
N66-10414 131 pp
Bibliography on Welding Methods Avail NTIS 1965
Welding methods bibliography with ab-
stracts, and subject and author indices. Handling Hazardous Materials
NASA SP-5024 D, R. Cloyd, IV. J. Murphy
N66-17277 58 pp
The hazards that have restricted the use of
Avail NTIS 1966
rocket fuels and oxidizers for space work and
the procedures by which they have been
Suggested Method for Plating Copper
handled and stored safely. A technology
on Aluminum
Method for plating copper on aluminum NASA SP-5032
using phosphate anodizing process.
N65-35394 101 pp
NASA SP-5025 Avail NT1S 1965
N66-22940 14 pp
Avail NTIS 1966
Plasma Jet Technology
r r r Brazing and Brazing Alloys J. B. Bond, P. R. Dennis,
A bibliography. D. IV. Gates, eta/,
NASA SP-5026 Survey on industrial applications of plasma
N67-12279 59 pp arc devices.
Avail NTIS 1966 NASA SP-5033
N65-34909 207 pp
Thermal Insulation Systems: A Survey Avail NTIS t965
L A. Black, P. E. Glaser,
R. S. Lindstrom, eta/. The Electromagnetic Hammer
Thermal insulation systems for cryogenic Magnetic coil design and development for r
storage and high temperature protection. electromagnetic hammer to remove distortion
NASA SP-5027 from welded components.
N67-38580 154 pp NASA SP-5034
Avail NTIS 1967 N66-12344 28 pp
Avail NTIS 1965
Technical and Economic Status of
Magnesium-Lithium Alloys
Tungsten Powder Metallurgy
P. D. Frost
V. D. Barth
NASA SP-5028 Tungsten powder metallurgy technology
N65-29952 5l pp related to space vehicles and less traditional
Avail NTIS 1965
NASA SP-5035
Elastic Orifices for Gas Bearings
N66-10415 46 pp
Elastic orifice in externally pressurized gas Avail NTIS 1965
NASA SP-5029
N65.34226 17 pp Bibliography on Electromechanical
Avail NTIS 1965 Transducers

NASA SP-5036
Symposium on Technology Status and N66-17359 44 pp
Trends Avail NTIS 1966
1,2 Ig l"
Aerospace technological developments,
trends, and potential commercial applica-
tions. Symposium, April 1965.
NASA SP-5030
N66-17706 239 pp
Avail NTIS 1966

'rl _ ,e,
gu, ..t

i Bibliography on Solid Lubricants Selected Casting Techniques Hk-A A 4k-4
NASA SP-5037 Method for casting and construction of wind
N66-17358 34 pp tunnel models.
Avail NTIS 1966 NASA SP-5044

N66-23562 27 pp
Magnetic Tape Recording
Avail NTIS 1965
S. IV. Athey

Types of magnetic recording, elements of the Contamination Control Principles

tape recorder, recording methods, recorder NASA SP-5045
N68-10384 51 pp
NASA SP-5038 Avail NTIS 1967
N66-14159 327 pp
A vail NTIS 1966 Selected Electronic Circuitry

Structural Design Concepts: Some Electronic circuit technology for industrial

NASA Contributions and commercial applications.
NASA SP-5046
Z. A. Scipio, A. Z. Scipio
N67-15672 100 pp
Structural design, reinforced and composite
Avail NTIS 1966
materials and their applications.
NASA SP-5039
Teleoperators and Human
N67-38491 180 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
W. R. Corliss, E. G. Johnson
Methods of Brazing Aluminum to Design and application potentials of general
Stainless Steel for High-Stress-Fatigue purpose, dexterous, cybernetic machines for
Applications human augmentation.
D. C. Martin NASA SP-5047
NASA SP-5040 N68-18870 273 pp
N68-22778 16 pp Avail NTIS 1967
A vail NTIS 1968
Applications of Systems Analysis
NASA Contributions to Cardiovascular
1,-" .t,-, V:,--
Monitoring Application of NASA mathematical manage-
ment models and systems analyses in private
IV. J. Jones, Iv. c. Simpson
industry and economy.
NASA SP-5041
NASA SP-5048
N66-32925 48 pp
N69-10662 73 pp
Avail NTIS 1966
Avail GPO 1968

Earthquake Prediction From Laser Visual Information Display Systems

Visual information display systems that are
R. A. Fowler
computer connected or updated with com-
Geodetic laser system for earthquake predic-
puter generated information.
tion and engineering research.
NASA SP-5049
NASA SP 5042
N68-32159 101 pp
N68-23706 37 pp Avail NTIS 1968
Avail NTIS 1968

NASA Contributions to Development

Flat Conductor Cable Technology of Special-Purpose Thermocouples

Equipment specifications and electrical prop- C. E. Moeller

erties of flat conductor cable systems. NASA SP-5050
NASA SP-5043 N68-35620 97 pp
N68-28879 54 pp Avail NTIS 1968 IE lUr !
Avail NTIS 1968

I-A-A A-a The Metallurgy, Behavior, and Applica- Selected Technology for the Electric
tion of the 18-Percent Nickel Maraging Power Industry
Selected conference papers on NASA tech-
A. M. Hall, C. J. Slunder nology utilization for electric power industry.
Metallurgy, behavior, and application of 18 Conference, September 1968.
percent nickel maraging steels. NASA SP-5057
NASA SP-5O51 N69-12575 334 pp
N69-14193 143 pp Avail NTIS 1968
Avail GPO 1968
NASA Contributions to Fluid-Film
Joining Ceramics and Graphite to Lubrication
Other Materials
Survey of incompressible and compressible
R. M. Evans, R. E. Monroe,
fluid film hydrostatic and hydrodynamic
H. E. Pattee lubrication.
NASA SP-5052 NASA SP-5058
N69-14241 89 pp
N69-28592 202 pp
Avail GPO 1968 Avail GPO 1969

Conference on Selected Technology for Solid Lubricants

the Petroleum Industry
M. E. Campbell
r r r Selected aerospace technology
industry representatives--combustion,
for petroleum
Survey of development in solid lubrication.
NASA SP-5059
transfer, surface physics and chemistry,
N72-25476 140 pp
lubricants and bearings, hydrodynamics.
Conference, December 1965. Avail GPO 1972

NASA SP-5053
Some New Metal and Metal-Ceramic
N66-33666 186 pp Composites
Avail NTIS 1966
S. Korman

NASA Contributions to Bioinstrumen- NASA SP-5060

ration Systems N67-13531 31 pp
Avail NTIS 1966
B. Ettelson, M. Klagsbrun,
D. Ukkestad, et al.
Commercial Potentials of Semiperme-
NASA SP 5o54
able Membranes
N69-14860 101 pp
Avail GPO 1968 E. J. Henley, H. K. Staffin,
S. B. Tuwiner
Semipermeable membrane technology for
"Nonglassy" Inorganic Fibers and
commercial and industrial applications.
NASA SP-5061
C G. Harman
N67-17822 47 pp
Theory and developments in fiber-reinforced
Avail NTIS 1967
composites, whiskers, fibers, and metal wires.
NASA SP-5055
High-Velocity Metalworking
N66-34367 44 pp
Avail NTIS 1966 H. M. Gadberry, J. B. Loser,
M. C. Noland, eta/.
Application of Biogeochemistry to High velocity electromagnetic, electrohy-
Mineral Prospecting draulic, explosive, and pneumatic-mechanical
NASA SP-5056 methods of metal working.
N69-10492 135 pp NASA SP-5062
Avail NTIS 1968 N67-26560 187 pp
Avail GPO 1967
1__ 1"


Vacuum Switchgear
| W. S. Emmericb
Teleoperator Controls m-i ak ak-I
IV. R. Corliss, E. G. Johnsen
Survey of vacuum switchgear technology.
Engineering problems survey on teleoperator
NASA SP-5063 control systems.
N67-18626 41 pp NASA SP-5070
Avail NTIS 1967
N69-21478 169 pp
Avail NTIS 1968

NASA Contributions to Metal Joining

Induction Heating Advances:
J. Heuschkel, W. J. Reichenecker
Applications to 5800"F
Survey of NASA supported metals joining
research having industrial applications. A. E Leatberman, D. E. Stutz
NASA SP-5064 Technology utilization of induction heating
N67-17823 141 pp systems up to 5800°F.
Avail NTIS 1967 NASA SP-5071
N69-23643 46 pp
Avail GPO 1969
Selected Machining and Metal
Fabricating Technology Air Pollution Monitoring
Machine tools and metal fabricating tech- Instrumentation
nology developments. A. Lwberman, P. Schipma
NASA SP-5065 Air pollution monitoring instrumentation
N67-25855 30pp developed for aerospace uses surveyed for in-
Avail NTIS 1967 dustrial applications.
NASA SP-5072
Adhesives, Sealants, and Gaskets N69-24751 78 pp
S. N. Glarum, R. B. Perkins Avail NTlS 1969
Adhesives, sealants, and gaskets developed to
operate in space environment. Pavement Grooving and Traction
NASA SP-5066 Studies
N67-16060 63 pp Runway and highway pavement grooving and
Avail NTIS 1967 traction studies. Conference, November *,-" t,'- F- T
Assessing Technology Transfer NASA SP-5073
G. J. Howick, R. L. Lesher N69-20451 512 pp
Transfer and utilization of new technology in Avail NTIS 1969
United States.
NASA SP-5067 Clean Room Technology
N67-13187 121 pp J. Iv. Useller
Avail NTIS 1966 Clean room technology for control of contam-
inants for component reliability.
Properties and Current Applications of NASA SP-5074
Magnesium-Lithium Alloys N69-33775 66 pp
P. D. Frost, R. J. Jackson Avail GPO 1969
Physical properties, metallurgical processes,
and applications of magnesium-lithium Aerospace Related Technology
alloys. Technology utilization by industries of
NASA SP-5068 aerospace sciences and systems. Conference,
N67-22072 51 pp May 1969.
Avail NTIS 1967 NASA SP-5075
N69-31946 177 pp
Mathematical Computer Programs Avail NTIS 1969
I lIE ! m
J. Arnold, T. Leth, J. Simpson
Mathematical programs and programming Contamination Control Handbook
techniques for digital computer operations. NASA SP-5076
NASA SP-5069 N70-13566 314 pp
N67-14111 26pp Avail NTIS 1969
A vail NTIS 1966

Potting Electronic Modules Analytical Chemistry Instrumentation
R. E. Keith L. A. Cavanagh, R. F. Muraca,
Developments in technology of encap- J. s. Ig/hittick
sulating, potting, or embedding electronic Instrumentation for chemical analysis of plan-
modules. etary environment and extraterrestrial life.
NASA SP-5077 NASA SP-5083
N70-16824 72 pp N67-36738 t41 pp
Avail GPO 1969 Avail NTIS 1967

Biomedical Research and Computer Machining and Grinding of Ultrahigh-

Application in Manned Space Flight Strength Steels and Stainless Steel
J. F. Lindsey, J. C. Townsend Alloys
Advanced application of computers for bio- F. IV. Boulger, J. A. Gurklis,
medical research in manned space flight. C. T. Olofson
NASA SP-5078 NASA SP-5084
N71-27719 206 pp N68-21241 217 pp
Avail GPO 1971 Avail NTIS 1968

Constructing Inexpensive Automatic Adhesive Bonding of Stainless Steels

Picture-Transmission Ground Stations Including Precipitation-Hardening

_- r _" C. H. Vermilh'on Stainless Steels
Equipment specifications and engineering R. E. Keith, R. C. Martin, M. D. Randall ._
drawings for automatic picture transmission Organic and inorganic adhesives for bonding
ground stations, of stainless steels and precipitation hardened
NASA SP-5079 stainless steels.
N68-19624 68 pp NASA SP-5085
Avail NTIS 1968 N68-20056 125 pp
Avail NTIS 1966
Weather Satellite Picture Receiving
Stations Shaping of Precipitation-Hardening
C. H. Vermillion Stainless Steels by Casting and Powder-
_. v-,, w- Procurement and construction of automatic Metallurgy T
picture transmission ground station equip- V. D. Barth, J. G. Kura, H. 0. Mclntire
merit for ESSA and Nimbus transmission. NASA SP-5086
NASA SP-5080 N68-19307 51 pp
N69-31985 107 pp Avail NTIS 1968
Avail NTIS 1969
Welding of Precipitation-Hardening
Advancements in Teleoperator Systems Stainless Steels

Proceedings from colloquium on transfer of R. M. Evans, D. C. Martin, J. J. Vagi

v-- - _ • - teleoperator device technology. February NASA SP-5087
1969. N68-21429 194 pp
-. ,,, - NASA SP-5081 Avail NTIS 1968 a,
N70-28670 242 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Deformation Processing of Precipita-
tion-Hardening Stainless Steels
Nondestructive Testing--Trends and F. IV. Boulger, A. E Gerds,
Techniques D. E. Strohecker
Nondestructive testing and inspection NASA SP-5088
methods using infrared microscopy, x-ray N68-21917 278pp
television, and ultrasonic measurements. Avail NTIS 1968
]_'. L'* NASA SP-5082 m
N67-23667 132 pp
Avail NTIS 1967

and Mechanical Treatment for Vacuum Melting and Casting of
Precipitation-Hardening Stainless Steels Superalloys
A. M. Hall, A. F. Hoenie, C. J. Slunder C A. Alexander, J. M. Blocher, Jr.,
NASA SP-5089 E. L. Foster, et al.
N68-20433 207 pp Composition. properties, and applications of
Avail NTIS 1967 superalloys and techniques for vacuum melt-
ing and vacuum casting procedures.
NASA SP-5095
A New Aluminum Sand Casting Alloy
of High Toughness (M-45) N71-25891 179 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
R. A. lg/ood
High toughness aluminum sand casting alloy
for cryogenic applications. Materials for Improved Fire Safety
NASA SP-5091 Materials for improved fire safety with ap-
N70-41456 34 pp plication to design and development of space-
Avail GPO 1970 craft and support equipment. Conference,
May 1970.
NASA SP-5096
Surface Treatments for Precipitation-
N72-16409 209 pp
Hardening Stainless Steels
Avail GPO 1971
Hard surfacing, electroplating, electrodeless
plating, carburizing, nitriding, burnishing,
Uses of Ceramics in Microelectronics
explosive hardening, planishing, and peening
of precipitation-hatdenable stainless steels. W. R. Bratschun, A. J. Mountvala, .- *- &. U

NASA SP-5090 A. G. Pincus

N68-19343 64 pp Survey of uses of ceramics in microelectronics

Avail NTIS 1967 for technology utilization.
NASA SP-5097
N72-13495 174 pp
Hydrogen Leak and Fire Detection
Avail GPO 1971
V. H. Dayan, R. L. Proffit, B. Rosen
NASA SP-5092 Powder Metallurgy in Aerospace
N70-40917 88 pp Research
Avail NTIS 1970 H. W. Blakeslee
Methodology and results of powder metal-
Acoustics Technology lurgy for nonaerospace utilization.
NASA SP-5098
S. IV. Athey
N72.17499 173 pp
Survey on acoustics technology emphasizing
Avail GPO 1971
noise reduction and human tolerances.
NASA SP-5093
Photography Equipment and Tech-
N71-14307 1_8 pp
niques: A Survey of NASA Develop-
Avail GPO 1970
A. J. Derr
Implantable Biotelemetry Systems Application of NASA developed techniques,
T. B. Fryer photographic fdm, and photographic equip-
Biomedical telemetric systems for monitoring ment to ecological problems.
physiological parameters of animals. NASA SP-5099
NASA SP-5094 N73-18437 188 pp
N71-27983 119 pp Avail GPO 1972
Avail GPO 1970
Shock and Vibration Technology With
Applications to Electrical Systems
TE !1, IT El
R. L. Eshleman
Transfer of shock and vibration technology
for electrical systems to nonaerospace use.
NASA SP-5100
N72-30200 170 pp
Avail GPO 1972

Welding and Brazing of Nickel and Selected Developments in Laser Wire
Nickel-Base Alloys: A Report Stripping
J. E. Mortland, R. M. Evans, Operation of mechanical and thermal strip-
R. E. Monroe pers, earl), development of laser wire strip-
Bonding of four types of nickel-base materials pers, development of laser wire stripping for
using welding and brazing techniques. the Space Shuttle.
NASA SP-5101 NASA SP-5107
N72-30466 89pp N78-16353 39 pp
Avail GPO 1972 Avail NTIS 1977

Technology of Forced Flow and Once- Handbook for Industrial Noise Control
Through Boiling The basic principles of sound, measuring
H. F. Poppendieck, C. M. Sabin techniques, and instrumentation associated
NASA SP-5102 with general purpose noise control
N75-22630 311 pp NASA SP 5108
Avail NTIS 1975 N8 a,-11858 13_)PP
Avail NTIS 1_)81

Selected Technology for the Gas
Industry Systematic Control of Nonmetallic
General future of fossil fuels in America, ex-
Materials for Improved Fire Safety:
ploration for fossil and nuclear fuels from or-
A Report
r r r bital altitudes, advanced energy systems. Nonmetallic materials fire safety criteria for
Conference, March 1975. application in Apollo spacecraft design.
NASA SP-5103 NASA SP-5109
N75-32584 407 pp N72-28566 38 pp
Avail NTIS 1975 Avail GPO 1972

55-Nitinol--The Alloy With a Memory:

An RC Active Filter Design Handbook
Its Physical Metallurgy, Properties, and
G, J. Deboo Applications: A Report
Simplified procedures for readers with
C. M. Jackson, H. J. Wagner,
minimum knowledge of circuit design and
-- _ le'. .w._" R. J. IVasilewski
filter theory.
Metallurgy, characteristic properties, and in-
NASA SP-5104
dustrial applications of nickel titanium alloy
N78-18312 181 pp with shape memory.
Avail NTIS 1977
NASA SP-5110
N72-30468 91 pp
Advances in Sterilization and
Avail GPO 1972
NASA SP-5105
Sputtering and Ion Plating
N78-16587 190 pp
Avail NTIS 1978 Conference, March 1972.
NASA SP-5111
N72-25470 182 pp
Thermal and Mechanical Treatments
Avail NTIS 1972
for Nickel and Some Nickel-Base
Alloys: Effects on Mechanical Properties
NASA Contributions to Fluidic
A. M. Hall, V. F. Beuhring
Heat treating and working nickel and nickel
Systems: A Survey
T. M. lf/eathers
alloys, and effects of these operations on
mechanical properties. Research and development of fluidics systems
NASA SP-5106 and applications to industrial processes.

N72-29562 110 pp NASA SP-5112

12 _ 1_ Avail GPO 1972 N73-11260 110 pp
Avail GPO 1972

v, _ m.
_at aak _.z

Nondestructive Testing: A Survey Technology Utilization Program
Principles and applications of nondestructive Report, 1974
tests, 0. Carlson, L. Dosa, IV. Leavitt
NASA SP-5113 Adaptation of technological innovations from

N73-28517 283 pp the NASA space program to industrial and

Avail GPO 1973 domestic use.

NASA SP-5120
Plating Methods: A Survey N75-16409 96 pp
J. B. Berkowitz, N. H. Emerson Avail GPO 1975

Surveys of electroplating methods and tech-

niques generated from NASA programs. Technology Utilization Program
Report, 1975
NASA SP-5114
N. P. Ruzic
N73-22426 142 pp
Avail GPO 1972 Space spinoffs for business and personal use.
NASA SP-5121
Fuel Cells: A Survey N76-16985 107 pp
B. J. Crowe Avail NTIS 1976

Construction, operation, and applications of

fuel cells to show advantages and limitations. Synthesis of Fluorinated Hydrocarbons:

NASA SP-5115 A Compilation

N73-26045 112 pp NASA SP-5901(01)

Avail GPO 1973 N68-90183 20 pp
Avail NTIS 1968
Laser Technology: A Survey
P. Zilczer Piping and Tubing Technology:
A Compilation
NASA SP-5116
NASA SP-5903(01)
N74-12243 54 pp
Avail GPO 1973 N80-14402 20 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
Some NASA Contributions to Human NASA SP-5903(02)
Factors Engineering: A Survey N72-13420 24 pp
Avail NTIS 1971 w,_ F 1"7.- T
R. A. Behan, H. W. Wendhausen

NASA SP-5117
Selected Fluid and Vacuum Technology:
N74-28633 109 pp
A Compilation
Avail GPO 1973
NASA SP-5904(01 )
N68-90180 29 pp
Holography: A Survey
Avail NTIS 1967
D. D. Dudley
Development of holography and state of the
Seals and Sealing Techniques:
art in recording and displaying information,
A Compilation
microscopy, motion, pictures, and television.
NASA SP-5905{01)
NASA SP-5118
N68-90167 19 pp
N74-20117 135 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
Avail GPO 1973
NASA SP-5905(02)
N71-23792 17 pp
Technology Utilization Program
Avail NTIS 1970
Report, 1973
NASA SP-5905 (03)
Development of externally rechargeable
N72-21480 30 pp
pacemaker, use of ferrofluids in separation of
Avail NTIS 1972
nonferrous metals, development of breathing
system for firefighters.
NASA SP-5119 - _ IL_ N, lit

N74-21604 78 pp
Avail NTIS 1974

Succeeding issues under each title contain a new collection on the state of the art.

Fasteners and Fastening Techniques: Machine Tools and Fixtures:
l--A-A- A-il A Compilation A Compilation (cont.)

NASA SP-5906(01) NASA SP-5910(04)

N68-90168 19 pp N72-14495 29 pp
Avail NTIS 1967 Avail NTIS 1971

NASA SP-5906(02) NASA SP-5910(05)

N68-90182 10 pp N74-30964 27 pp
Avail NTIS 1968 Avail NTIS 1974

NASA SP-5906(03)
Metallography and Metals Testing
N72-16333 22 pp
Avail NTIS t972 Techniques: A Compilation

NASA SP-5911(01)
Electronic Instrumentation Techniques N68-90166 14 pp
and Equipment: A Compilation Avail NTIS 1968

NASA SP-5907(01)
Machine Shop Measurement Technology:
N68-90186 18 pp
Avail NTIS 1967 A Compilation

NASA SP-5912(01)
NASA SP-5907(02)
N68-90184 15 pp
N71-33593 36 pp
Avail NTIS 1968
Avail NTIS 1971

' T' t' NASASP-5907(03/

N7%13219 28 pp
Mathematical Computer Programs:
A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1974
NASA SP-5913(01)

Hand Tools: A Compilation N68-90174 15 pp

Avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-5908(01 )
NASA SP-5913(02)
N68-90170 15 pp
Avail NTIS 1968 N73-17180 14 pp
Avail NTIS 1972
NASA SP-5908(02)
N68-90169 13 pp
Selected Photographic Techniques:
Avail NTIS 1968
A Compilation
"- _z.. _.. 1"" NASA SP-5908(03)
NASA SP-5914(01)
N71-23910 27 pp
N68-90175 12 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
Avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-5908(04)
NASA SP-5914(02)
N72-31494 26 pp
N72-15419 31 pp
Ava;I NTIS 1972
Avail NTIS 1971
NASA SP-5908(05)
N74-30961 26 pp Metal Fabrication: A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1974
NASA SP-5915(01)
W"" " V _ lr *
N68-90176 13 pp
Insulation Tools and Techniques:
Avail NTIS 1968
..... A Compilation

NASA 8P-5909(01 )
Electrical Hand Tools and Techniques:
N68-90172 15 pp
A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-5916(01)

Machine Tools and Fixtures: N68-90 L87 13 pp

Avail NTIS 1968
A Compilation
NASA SP-5916(02)
NASA SP-5910(01)
N68-90185 14 pp
N68-90171 14 pp
Avail NTIS 1968
I._ l'. I[" avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-5916(03)
NASA SP-5910(02)
N75-13267 28 pp
N68-90173 16 pp
Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1968

NASA SP-5910(03)
N71-24078 21 pp
Avail NTIS 1970

vv _ .!,7.

Electronic Circuits: A Compilation Bonding and Joining Technology: A A A-m
NASA SP-5917(01)
NASA SP-5925(01 )
N68-90177 24 pp
N72-10404 22 pp
A vail NTIS 1968
Avail NTIS 1971
NASA SP-5917(02)
NASA SP-5925102)
N68-90189 20 pp
N74-30963 25 pp
Avail NTIS 1968
Avail NTIS 1974

Welding Technology: A Compilation NASA 5P-5925{03)

N71-25026 24 pp
NASA SP-5918{01 )
Avail NTIS 1970
N71-23776 25 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
Measurement Technology: A Compilation
NASA SP-5918(02)
NASA SP-5926(01 )
N74-25976 4:_ pp
N72-25421 37 pp
A_ail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1972

NASA SP-5926(02)
Graphic Arts Techniques and Equipment:
N74-26985 22 pp
A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1974
NASA SP-59191Ol I
N71-24205 23 pp NASA SP 5926{03)

Avail NTIS 1970 N71-28402 25 pp

Avail NTIS 1970
NASA SP-5919(02)
N74-29308 28 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 Valve Technology: A Compilation
NASA SP-5927(01I
Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow: N72-12423 25 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
A Compilation
NASA SP-5920(01 ) NASA SP-5927(02)
N68-90181 9 pp N71-28282 20 pp
A_,ail NTIS 1968 Avail N'HS 1970

.t"7 gT. I"

Low Temperature Mechanical Properties Safety and Maintenance Engineering:
of Various Alloys: A Compilation A Compilation
NASA SP-5921(01) NASA SP-5928{01}
N71-23795 24 pp N74-30390 28 pp

Avail NTIS 1970 Avail NTIS 1974

NASA SP-5928102}
Material Cutting, Shaping, and Forming: N71-33592 22 pp
A Compilation Avail NTIS 1970

NASA SP-5922(01)
N71-24t71 24 pp Materials Handling: A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1970 NASA SP-5929(0t)

NASA 5P-5922(02) N71-30864 16 pp

Avail NTIS 1970
N74-26986 28 pp
Avail NTIS 1974
Thermal Insulation: A Compilation
Packaging and Container Technology: NASA SP-5930(01)
A Compilation N71-30851 14 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
NASA SP-5923(01)
N71-24967 14 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Testing Methods and Techniques:
A Compilation - _ u lg
Tools, Fixtures, and Test Equipment NASA SP-5931(01)
for Flat Conductor Cables: N75-13586 29 pp
A Compilation Avail NTIS 1974
NASA SP-5924(01) NASA SP-5931(02)
N69-90015 24 pp N71-30183 17 pp
Avail NTIS 1968 Avail NTIS 1970

_L 2.
Succeeding issues under each title contain a new collection on the state of the art.

Cryogenics: A Compilation Metallurgy: A Compilation
KA- lh- A-J NASA SP 5940(01)
NASA SP 5932(01)
N71-30707 15 pp N7l-_)4471 31 pp
Avail NTIS 1971 Avail NTIS 1<)70

NASA SP 5940(02)
Management Techniques: N72-17500 16 pp
A Compilation Avail NTIS 1972
NASA SP-5933(01) NASA SP-5940(03)
N71-31516 21 pp N73-25598 28 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Avail NTIS 1973

Assembly Technology: A Compilation Optical Devices: Instrumentation:

NASA SP-5934(01) A Compilation
N71-31394 17 pp NASA SP-5941(01)
Avail NTIS 1970 N71-35513 32 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Communications and Telemetry:
A Compilation The DC Power Circuits: A Compilation
NASA SP-5935(01) NASA SP-5942(01)
N71-32567 41 pp N72-19285 27 pp
Avail NTIS 1971 Avail NTIS 1972
r r r Cables and Connectors: A Compilation Testing Methods and Techniques:
NASA SP-5936(01) Testing Electrical and Electronic
N74-29576 22 pp Devices: A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1974 NASA SP-5943(01)
NASA SP-5936(02) N72-19515 27 pp
N75-19692 34 pp Avail NTIS 1972
Avail NTlS 1974

NASA SP-5936(03) Testing Methods and Techniques:

N71-32371 27 pp Strengths of Materials and Components:
Avail NTIS 197 l A Compilation
bJ w _W

NASA SP-5944(01)
Optical Devices: Lasers: N72-18899 26 pp
A Compilation Avail NTIS 1971

NASA SP-5937(01)
N71-32382 27 pp Testing Methods and Techniques:
Avail NTIS 1971 Environmental Testing: A Compilation
NASA SP-5945(01)
Fluid Technology (Selected Components,
N72-14453 25 pp
Devices, and Systems): A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1971
NASA SP-5938(01)
NT1-33142 19 pp Electronic Signal Generators:
Avail NTIS 1970 A Compilation
NASA SP-5938(02) NASA SP-5946(01)
N74-28776 30 pp N72-12083 25 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 Avail NTIS 1971

Theoretical and Applied Mathematics: Electronic Amplifiers: A Compilation

A Compilation NASA SP-5947(01)
NASA SP-5939(01) N72-14233 25 pp
N71-34532 26 pp Avail NTIS 1971
Avail NTIS 1971
Electronic Switches and Control
Circuits: A Compilation
NASA SP-5948(01)
N72-20202 22 pp
Avail NTIS 1971

_., ?.

DigitalCircuitsforComputer Analytical Techniques and Instrumen-
A Compilation tation: A Compilation (cont.)
NASA SP-5949(01) NASA SP-5957(03)
N72-21209 24 pp N74-30897 28 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 Avail NTIS 1974

Electronic Circuits for Communications Biomedicine: A Compilation

Systems: A Compilation NASA SP-5958(01 )
NASA SP-5950(01 ) N73-32007 32 pp
N72-19286 34 pp Avail NTIS 1973
Avail NTIS 1972

Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics:

Electronic Test and Calibration A Compilation
Circuits: A Compilation NASA SP-5959(01 )
NASA SP-5951(01) N74-30367 30pp
N72-22239 22 pp Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1972

Solid State Technology: A Compilation

Testing Methods and Techniques: NASA SP-5960(01 )
Quality Control and Nondestructive N74-10692 33 pp
Testing: A Compilation Avail NTIS 1973
NASA SP 5952(02)
N73-20528 24 pp Chemistry Technology: Adhesives and °. ., &_ A¸

Avail NTIS 1972 Plastics: A Compilation

NASA SP 5961(01)
Metallurgical Processing: A Compilation N73-23630 25 pp
NASA SP 5953(01) Avail NTIS 1973
N73-20593 24 pp
Avail NTIS 1973 Computer Programs: Operational and
Mathematical: A Compilation
Transducer Applications: NASA SP-5962(01 )
A Compilation N73-32089 13 pp gT. l'_. -- 1"
NASA SP-5954(01 ) Avail NTIS 1973
N72-23467 37 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 Computer Programs: Electronic Circuit
Design Criteria: A Compilation
Computer Programs: Information NASA SP-5963(01)
Retrieval and Data Analysis: N74-10225 13 pp
A Compilation Avail NTIS 1973
NASA SP-5959(01 )
N73-18204 18 pp Electronic Control Circuits:
Avail NTIS 1972 A Compilation
NASA SP-5964(01 )
Automatic Controls and Regulators: N74-13939 26 pp
A Compilation Avail NTIS 1973
NASA SP 5956(01
N74-29604 36 pp Optical Devices: A Compilation
Avail NTIS 1974 NASA SP-5965(01 )
N76-20961 28 pp
Analytical Techniques and Instrumen- Avail NTIS 1976
tation: A Compilation
NASA SP-5957(01) Computer Programs: Mechanical and
N74-25948 25 pp Structural Design Criteria:
Avail NTIS 1974 A Compilation
NASA SP-5957(02) NASA SP-5966(01 )
N74-28939 30 pp N74-10841 17 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 Avail NTIS 1973

Succeeding issues under each title contain a new collection on the state of the art

Physical Sciences: Thermodynamics, al
Computer Programs: Special Applica-
h--A-A A TM
tions: A Compilation Cryogenics, and Vacuum Technology:
A Compilation
NASA SP-_,967(0 i)
NASA SP 5973(01)
N74-28688 14 pp
N74-34173 26 pp
Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1<)74
NASA SP-5')67(02)
N74-3_678 20 pp
Avail NTIS 1974
Optics and Lasers: A Compilation
NASA SP-5973102)

Electrical and Electronic Devices and N76.20465 31 pp

Avail NTIS 1{)76
Components: A Compilation
NASA SP 5971(01)
Optical Technology: A Compilation
N75-33324 2<) PP
NASA SP-5973(03)
Avail NTIS 1<)75
N76-20465 31 pp
Avail NTIS 1976
Electronic Components Subsystems and
Equipment: A Compilation
Analytical and Applied Chemistry:
NASA SP 5971(03)
A Compilation
N75-32320 38 pp
NASA SP-5974(01)
Avail NTIS 1975
N74-33605 26 pp

r r r Electronic Equipment, Systems, and

Avail NTIS 1974

Techniques: A Compilation
Materials: A Compilation
NASA SP-5972(01)
N75-12200 31 pp NASA SP-5974(02)
N74_339<)9 20 pp
Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1974

Electronic Circuits and Systems:

Composite Materials: A Compilation
A Compilation
NASA SP-5974(03)
NASA SP 5972(02)
N76-21294 25 pp
N75-31342 30 pp t"
Avail NTIS 1976
Avail NTIS 1975

Measurement, Testing, and Safety

Analytical and Test Equipment:
A Compilation Technology: A Compilation
NASA SP-5<)76{01)
NASA SP 5972(03)
N75-12343 28 pp
N75-33376 30 pp
Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1975

Valves and Other Mechanical Compo-

Analytical Techniques: A Compilation
nents and Equipment: A Compilation
NASA SP-5<)72{04)
N7%32473 35 pp NASA SP-5976(02)
N76-21561 32 pp
Avail NTIS 1975
Avail NTIS 1976

Communications Techniques and

Fluid Handling Equipment:
Equipment: A Compilation
A Compilation
NASA SP-5972(05)
N76-22425 36 pp NASA SP-5976(03)
Avail NTIS 1975 N76-20491 28 pp
Avail NTIS l t)76

Displays, Memories, and Signal

Processing: A Compilation Mechanical Systems: A Compilation

IS 17 It" NASA SP-5972(06) NASA SP-5976(04)

N76-21392 45 pp N76-20490 3o pp
Avail NTIS 1975 Avail NTIS I<)75

Electronic Circuits: A Compilation Mechanical Devices: A Compilation

NASA SP-5972(07) NASA SP-5976(05)
N76-20372 45 pp N76-21555 39pp
Avail NTIS 1976 Avail NTIS 1976

,It _

HandandPower Tools: A Compilation Welding and Joining: A Compilation i-A ab A-at
NASA SP-5976(06) NASA SP-5978(03)
N76-20489 29 pp N76-12363 30pp
Avail NTIS 1976 Avail NTIS 1975

Machinery, Equipment and Tools: Mathematical Techniques:

A Compilation A Compilation
NASA SP-5977(01) NASA SP-5979(01
N74-33998 26 pp N75-33770 25 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 Avail NTIS 1975

Manufacturing Design and Quality

Control: A Compilation

NASA SP-5977(03)
N76-20508 2? pp
Avail NTIS 1976

Fabrication Technology: A Compilation

NASA SP-5978(01)
N74-34000 26 pp
Avail NTIS 1974

NASA SP-5978(02)
N75-12162 25 pp
Avail NTIS 1974

F r- T

_r i: t:' %

- ! _ IE IB

Succeeding issues under each title contain a new collection on the state of the art.

A r-A-J
Management Evaluation and Analysis Standards

Reliability Program Evaluation Structural Systems and Program

Procedures Decisions

NASA SP-6002 Computer weight/performance prediction

N63-21912 52 pp method to assess design and program and to
Avail NTIS 1963 optimize structural systems similar to those of
Saturn V for management planning.
Quality Program Evaluation Procedures Volume 1
NASA SP-600 _, NASA SP-6008
N63-21435 69 pp N66-3123 _, 4_7 pp
Avail N[IS 196 _, Avail NTIS 1066

Volume 2
Mass Properties Standards
NASA SP-6008(01 )
M. L. Seccomb
x N66-33076 276 pp
System for management of mass properties
Avail NTIS 1966
during procurement and use of space

r r v NASA SP-6004
and Appraisals

N65-24019 92 pp
Weight/performance data, mathematical
Avail NTIS 1965
models, probable error relationships for
Apollo project.
Electrical Power Management Standard
Volume l
Management standards for electrical power
NASA SP-6000
control during procurement and use of space
N66-20966 229 pp
vehicles in Apollo project.
Avail NTIS 1_)65
NASA SP-6005
Volume 2
N65-27944 36 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 NASA SP-6009{01 )
N66-29967 405 pp
Weight/Performance Management Avail NTIS 1066
Survey Manual
An Introduction to the Evaluation of
Weight/performance management survey
manual for Apollo project. Reliability Programs

NASA SP-6006 D. S. Liberman, A. J, Slechter

Basic fundamentals applying to evaluation of
N65-34436 34 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 reliability program effectiveness•
NASA SP-6501
Electrical Power Management Survey N67-L9275 _7 pp
Manual Avail NTIS 1967
_.. &- A

Procedures for management audit of NASA

Elements of Design Review for Space
Apollo Program.
NASA SP-6007
R. E. Boss, C. H. McGaffin
N65-33831 33 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 Design review procedures for space system
contractors to optimize design and functional
performance in terms of total system requite-
NASA SP-6502
IU It_" 1" N67-33400 62 pp
Avail NTIS 1967

Introduction to the Derivation of Mis- An Introduction to the Assurance of
sion Requirements Profiles for System Human Performance in Space Systems
Human factors engineering techniques for
Development of mission requirement profile reducing human errors in space systems
for subsystem components from overall sys- development.
tem profile. NASA SP 65O6
NASA SP-6503 N68-20357 42 pp
N68-15683 91 pp Avail NTIS 1968
Avail NTIS 1967
Parts, Materials, and Processes
Failure Reporting and Management: Experience Summary
Techniques in the Surveyor Program Volume I
E. F. Grant, D. S. Liberman, NASA SP-65C,7
F. A. Paul
N74-20070 337 pp
NASA SP-6504 Avail NTIS 1973
N67-90166 43 pp Volume II
Avail NTIS 1967
NASA SP-6507
N74-14140 38I pp
Parts and Materials Application Review
Avail NTIS 1973
for Space Systems
R. E. Boss, J. P. Craig, Failure Analysis of Electronic Parts:
S. J. Henkel, Jr. Laboratory Methods
Parts and materials application review for
R. J. A nstead, E. Goldberg
project managment of space systems engi-
NASA SP-6508
N75-23853 79 pp
NASA SP 6505
Avail NTIS 1975
N68-10120 58 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
Techniques of Final Preseal Visual
R. J. Anstead
NASA SP-6509 .t,', F-- T
N75-25205 63 pp
Avail NTIS 1975

- ! ILl[ tilt lm


Contract Number Index to Reports Lasers and Masers: A Continuing

Announced in STAR Bibliography
Contract number index of scientific and Published annually from 1965 to 1968.
technical aerospace reports--information NASA SP-7009
retrieval. Avail NTIS
NASA SP-7001

N64-17262 197 pp Clarity in Technical Reporting

Avail NTIS 1964
S. Katzoff
Mechanisms for writing abstracts and
High Energy Propellants: A Continuing
technical reports.
NASA SP-7010
Published annually from 1964 to 1967.
N64-26421 30 pp
NASA SP-7002
Avail GPO 1964
Avail NTIS

Aerospace Medicine and Biology:

Lunar Surface Studies: A Continuing A Continuing Bibliography
' T r Bibliography Published monthly. *
Published annually from 1964 to 1968. NASA SP-7011
NASA SP-7003 Avail NTIS
Avail NTIS

The International System of Units:

Communications Satellites: A Continuing Physical Constants and Conversion
Bibliography Factors (Second Revision)
Published annually from 1964 to 1968.
E. A. Mechtly
NASA SP-7004 Tables of conversion factors and physical con-
Avail NTIS stants in International System of Units.
NASA SP-7012

A Selected Listing of NASA Scientific N73-26969 23 pp

and Technical Reports for 1963 Avail GPO 1973

NASA SP-7005
NASA Publications Manual, 1974
N64-19889 245 pp
Avail NTIS 1964 NASA SP-7013

N75-13676 57 pp
Bibliographies on Aerospace Science: Avail GPO 1974
A Continuing Bibliography

Published in 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968. Bibliography Related to Human Factors

NASA SP 7006 System Program, July 1962-February
Avail NTIS
R. J. Potocko

Preparing Contractor Reports for NASA SP-7014

NASA: Repro Typing and Layout N64-28317 242 pp

NASA SP-7007 Avail NTIS 1964

N64-28073 19 pp
Avail GPO Extraterrestrial Life: A Bibliography
Part I. Report Literature
Preparing Contractor Reports for NASA SP-7015
NASA: Technical Illustrating N65-16598 80 pp
Technical illustrating: graphs, line drawings, Avail NTIS 1964

perspective drawing, photographs, typography, Part II. Published Literature

and layout. NASA SP-7015
NASA SP-7008 N66-16566 345 pp
N64-26749 27 pp Avail NTIS 1965
Avail G PO 1964

.7 "Available through NTIS subscription service.

Guideto theSubject
Indexes for Scien- Space Communications: Theory and -A--A A Adl
tific and Technical Aerospace Reports Applications: A Bibliography
Guide to subject indexes for aerospace scien- Volume 4. Satellite and Deep Space Applica-
Uric and technological information processing tions
and retrieval.
NASA SP-7022(04)
NASA SP-7016
N65-32187 303 pp
N66-35686 471 pp Avail NTIS 1965
Avail NTIS 1966

An Annotated Bibliography of
Planetary Atmospheres: A Continuing Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis and
Bibliography Design
Published in 1965, 1966, and 1968. C. ff/. Meissner, Jr.
NASA SP-7017 NASA SP-7023
Avail NTIS N68.19882 44 pp
Avail NTIS t968

A Selected Listing of NASA Scientific

and Technical Reports for 1964 A Selected Listing of NASA Scientific
NASA SP-7018 and Technical Reports for 1965
N65-20163 1137 pp Annotated bibliography on NASA scientific
Avail GPO 1965 and technical reports for 1965 with corporate
source, subject, and author indexes.

Contract Number Index to Reports NASA SP-7024

• - L
Announced in STAR to Volume 2, N66-26846 1402 pp
1964 Avail NTIS 1966

NASA SP-7019
N(_5-17535 15¢, pp Preparing Contractor Reports for
NASA: Data Presentation
Avail NTIS 1')65
P. e. Taylor, Jr.
Guidelines for presentation of graphical and
Lubrication, Corrosion, and Wear:
tabular data.
A Continuing Bibliography
Published in 1965, 1966, and 1968. *" F7 1"7.-- r
N66-38488 32 pp
NASA SP-7020 Avail NTIS 1966
Avail NTIS
Particles and Fields Research:
BaUistocardiography: A Bibliography A Bibliography
NASA SP-7021 IV. N. Hess, G. D. Mead
N65-35520 49 pp Rocket and satellite reseaah bibliography on
Avail NTIS 1965 magnetic and electric fields, and cosmic ener-
getic particles.
Space Communications: Theory and NASA SP-7026
Applications: A Bibliography
N66-30156 173 pp
L. C. Bickford, R. F. Filipowsky Avail NT1S 1966
Volume 1. Modulation and Channels

NASA SP-7022(01) Secondary Aerospace Batteries and

N65-27821 486 pp Battery Materials: A Bibliography
Avail GPO 1965 G. Ha/pert, IV. H. IVebster, Jr.
Annotated bibliography on secondary aero-
Volume 2. Coding and Detection Theory
space battery materials and related processes
NASA SP-7022(02)
from 1923 through 1968.
N65-29846 426 pp
NASA SP-7027
Avail NTIS 1965
N70-22825 154 pp
Volume 3. Information Processing and Ad- -- I Ilr _ II
Avail NTIS 1969
vanced Techniques
NASA SP-7022(03)
A Selected Listing of NASA Scientific
N65-31136 463 pp and Technical Reports for 1966
Avail NTIS 1965
NASA SP-7028
N67-29260 2078 pp
Avail GPO 1967

Remote Sensing of Earth Resources:
--A-lk A -a NASA Scientific and Technical Reports
A Literature Survey With Indexes
for 1967: A Selected Listing

NASA SP-7029 Annotated bibliography of literature on

N68-29039 424 pp remote sensing of Earth resources announced

Avail NTIS 1968 between January/February 1962 and 1970.

NASA SP-7036
NASA Thesaurus N70-41047 1220 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
Superceded by NASA SP-7051.

Volume I. Alphabetical Listing, A-L

Remote Sensing of Earth Resources
NASA SP-7030
N68-11307 441 pp
-i Section 1. Abstracts
Avail NTiS 1967
NASA SP-7036(01)
Volume II. Alphabetical Listing, M-Z
N75-25235 654 pp
NASA SP-7030 Avail NTIS 1975
N68-I 1308 428 pp
Section 2. Indexes
Avail NTIS 1967
NASA SP-7036(01)
Volume III. Appendixes
\ N75-25236 402 pp
NASA SP-7030
Avail NTIS 1975
N68-11309 651 pp
Avail NTIS 1967
Aeronautical Engineering: A Special
Properties of Selected Radioisotopes.
Published monthly. *
J. E#stein, D. Harris
NASA SP-7037
Annotated bibliography of nuclear, chemical,
Avail NTIS
and physical properties of nine radioactive
Significant NASA Inventions Available
NASA SP-7031
for Licensing in Foreign Countries
N68-29959 189 pp
Published in 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976,
Avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-7038
NASA Scientific and Technical Reports
Avail GPO
for 1968: A Selected Listing
NASA SP-7033
NASA Patent Abstracts Bibliography:
N69-29492 453 pp A Continuing Bibliography
Avail NTIS 1969
Published semiannually."
NASA SP-7039
R and D Reporting: Guidance for
Technical Monitors of NASA Contracts Avail NTIS

Options and information resources open to

NASA Thesarus Alphabetical Update
NASA monitors.
NASA SP-7034 Superceded by NASA SP-7051.
NASA SP-7040
N7O- 14397 16 pp
Avail NTIS 1969 N72-15923 619 pp
Avail NTIS 1971

NASA Scientific and Technical Reports

and Publications for 1969: A Selected

Bibliographic citations and abstracts of NASA

scientific and technical reports with indexes.
NASA SP-7035
17 IT L" N70-34702 950 pp n
Avail GPO 1970

• Available through NTIS subscription service. [i.
/2 ;, -

Earth Resources: A Continuing NASA Thesaurus
Bibliography Superceded by NASA SP-7051.
Published quarterly,." Volume 1. Alphabetical Listing
NASA SP-7041
NASA SP 7o50
Avail NTIS
N76-17992 820 pp
Avail NTIS 1976
Energy: A Special Bibliography With
Volume 2 Access Vocabulary
NASA SP 7050
NASA SP-7042
N76-17993 442 pp
N74-29337 '_34 pp
Avail NTIS 1976
Avail NTIS 1974

NASA Thesaurus.
Energy: A Continuing Bibliography
Volume 1. Hierarchical Listing
With Indexes
NASA SP-7051
Published quarterly'. *
N83-10980 840 pp
NASA SP-7043
Avail NTIS 1982
Avail NTIS
Volume 2. Access Vocabulary
Secondary Aerospace Batteries and NASA SP 7051

Battery Materials: A Bibliography N83-10981 400 pp

Avail NTIS 1982
( 1969-1974)
P. McDermott, G. Halpert,
NASA Guidelines on Report Literature
S. Ekpanyaskun, et a/.
Literature for the Scientific and Technical In-
NASA SP 7044
formation System includes research reports,
N77-16437 161 pp
conference proceedings, meeting papers,
Avail NTIS 1976
monographs, and doctoral and post-graduare
theses which relate to the NASA mission and
Data Bases and Data Base Systems objectives.
Related to NASA's Aerospace Program: NASA SP-7200
A Bibliography With Indexes.
N79-13914 27 pp
Reports, articles, and other documents intro- Avail NTIS 1978 " F F-- t"
duced into the NASA scientific and technical
information system from 1975 through 1980. Management: A Continuing Literature
NASA SP-7045 Survey With Indexes
N81-31018 511 pp Published annually. *
Avail NTIS 1981 NASA SP-7500
Avail NTIS
Technology for Large Space Systems: A
The Systems Approach to Management:
Continuing Bibliography
An Annotated Bibhography With
Published semiannually. * Indexes
NASA SP-7046
NASA SP-7501
Avail NTIS
N69-34917 69 pp
Avail NTIS 1969
NASA Publications Guide

Discusses the NASA scientific and technical OGO Program

publications program and NASA publishing J. E. Jackson, J. L Vette
policies and standards.
Brief descriptions of the six OGO spacecraft,
NASA SP -o4 _ l_pp and the experiments conducted on each.
A_ail NTIS 1,282 NASA SP-760l

Data Base and Data Base Systems N76-19643 307 pp

Related to NASA's Aerospace Program Avail NTIS 1975 ! ILt I I
A listing of 641 reports, articles, and other
OGO Program Summary,
documents introduced into the NASA scien-
Supplement 1
tific and technical information system during
J. E. Jackson
the period January 1, 1981 through June 30,
1982. Updated bibliography for all OGO missions
and scientific results from OGO 5 and 6
NASA SP-7048
N83-22010 t 72 pp
NASA SP-7601
Avail NTIS 1!)83
N79-13601 119 pp
Avail NTIS 1978
"Available through NTIS subscription servi_e.

b--A- ak- A-d
Space Vehicle Design Criteria

Buffeting During Atmospheric Ascent Propellant Slosh Loads

Aeroelastic spacecraft design to minimize NASA SP-8009
buffeting during atmospheric ascent. N69-14553 188 pp
NASA SP-800 l Avail NTIS 1968
N71-20473 19 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Models of Mars Atmosphere (1974)
Flight-Loads Measurements During N75-19107 52 pp
Launch and Exit Avail NTIS 1974
NASA SP-8002
N66-85660 7 pp Models of Venus Atmosphere (1972)
Avail NTIS 1964 Engineering models of Venus atmosphere,
based on theory and measured data.
Flutter, Buzz, and Divergence NASA SP-801 I
NASA SP-8003 N73-16824 63 pp

r v N70-71604
Avail NTIS
10 pp
Avail NTIS 1972

Natural Vibration Model Analysis

Panel Flutter
J. S. Archer
Criteria for predicting, preventing, and Natural vibration model analysis as related to
evaluating panel flutter. space vehicle design criteria.
NASA SP-8004 NASA SP-8012
N73-11932 52 pp N69-22773 35 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 Avail NTIS 1968

Solar Electromagnetic Radiation Meteoroid Environment Model--1969

V lr_ 1-v
Values for solar constant and solar spectral (Near Earth to Lunar Surface)
irradiance based on air and spaceborne obser- Meteoroid environment model for cometary
vations for use in design of spacecraft, space origin near Earth to lunar surface.
vehicles, subsystems, and experiments. NASA SP-8013
NASA SP-8005 N69-40326 35 pp
N71-30888 36 pp A vail NTIS 1969
Avail NTIS 1971
Entry Thermal Protection
Local Steady Aerodynamic Loads NASA SP-8014
During Launch and Exit N69.71545 37 pp
NASA SP-8006 Avail NTIS 1968
N70-71605 12 pp
Avail NTIS 1965 Guidance and Navigation for Entry
Buckling of Thin-Walled Circular Guidance and navigation for atmospheric en-
Cylinders try phase of vehicles
Predicting buckling of thin-walled, uniform NASA SP-8015
stiffened and unstiffened circular cylindrical N69-19518 47 pp
shells under static loading. Avail NTIS 1968
NASA SP-8007
IU t" N69-23320 58 pp Effects of Structural Flexibility on
Avail NTIS 1968 Spacecraft Control Systems
Design and test criteria regarding structural
Prelaunch Ground Wind Loads flexibility effects on spacecraft stability and
NASA SP-8008 control systems.
N70-71628 16 pp NASA SP-8016
Avail NTIS 1965 N69- 37030 7o pp
Avail NTIS 1969

Magnetic Fields--Earth and Solid Rocket Motor Metal Cases
Guidelines and practices for design of solid
rocket motor cases.
Strength and direction data on Earth and
extraterrestrial magnetic fields for guidance in NASA SP-8025
vehicle design. N70-29740 IO3 pp
NASA SP-8017 Avail NTIS 1970

N69-40269 70 pp
Avail NTIS 1')69 Spacecraft Star Trackers

Design criteria for spa_ecrafi star trackers.

Spacecraft Magnetic Torques NASA SP-8026
Magnetic torque resulting from interaction N70-38721 69 pp
between magnetic properties of spacecraft Avail NTIS 1970
and ambient magnetic field,
NASA SP-8018 Spacecraft Radiation Torques

N69-30339 55 pp Radiation torque sources and effects on space-

Avail NTIS 1969 craft and spacecraft attitude control system
Buckling of Thin-Walled Truncated NASA SP-8027
Cones N71-24312 41 pp
Avail NTIS 1969
Buckling of thin-walled truncated conical shells
under static loads.
Entry Vehicle Control
NASA SP-8019 • . .. it.

N69-24131 32 pp Stabilization and control systems for reentry

Avail NTIS 1968 vehicles.

NASA SP-8028
Surface Models of Mars (1975) N70-28538 51 pp
NASA SP-8020 Avail NTIS 1969

N75-32989 84 pp
Avail NTIS 1975 Aerodynamic and Rocket-Exhaust Heat-
ing During Launch and Ascent
Models of Earth's Atmosphere {90 to NASA SP-8029
,," .t," 1'7-- •
2500 km) N70-18828 33 pp
Model for predicting atmospheric parameters Avail NT1S 1969
at altitudes between 90 and 2500 kin.
Transient Loads From Thrust Excitation
NASA SP-8021
N73-27325 63 pp Analysis of transient loads produced by igni-
Avail NTIS 1973 tion of rocket engine during launch and flight
operations for solid and liquid propellant
Staging Loads rocket engines,
NASA SP-8030
Analysis of loads produced on spacecraft by
N71-24281 28 pp
staging operations and practices to ensure that
Avail NTIS 1969
staging loads are included in spacecraft
Slosh Suppression
NASA SP-8022
Slosh suppression devices for aerospace vehi-
N71-28634 30 pp
Avail NTIS 1969 cle control stability.
NASA SP-8031
Lunar Surface Models N70.21848 36 pp
Avail NTIS 1969
Engineering models of lunar topography in-
cluding dielectric, optical, terrain, and crater
models. Buckling of Thin-Walled Doubly
Curved Shells
NASA SP-8023 'll" _ m,w m

N70-18901 60 pp Criteria and recommended practices for

Avail NTIS 1969 design of compressively loaded thin-walled
doubly curved shells.

Spacecraft Gravitational Torques NASA SP-8032

N70-22356 35 pp
Gravitational torque effects and analysis for
Avail NTIS 1969
satellite design.
NASA SP-8024
N70-23418 51 pp
Avail NTIS L969
" " I" t"
Spacecraft Earth Horizon Sensors Captive-Fired Testing of Solid Rocket
Engineering design of spacecraft Earth hori-
zon sensors. Captive-fired testing of solid rocket motors
NASA 5P-8033 for design criteria,
N70-35570 49 pp NASA SP-8041
Avail NTIS 1969 N71-30866 10i pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Spacecraft Mass Expulsion Torques
Spacecraft design considerations associated Meteoroid Damage Assessment
with disturbance torques caused by mass ex- Meteoroid damage determination and space-
pulsion. craft structure protection and reliability.
NASA SP 8()_4 NASA SP-8042
NTO+:,6852 39 pp N71-25070 30 pp
Avail NTIS 1969 Avail NTIS 1970

Wind Loads During Ascent Design-Development Testing

Determining wind induced structural loads Criteria and procedures for testing spacecraft
on space vehicles during ascent. structural elements and components.
NASA SP-8035 NASA SP-8043
N70- 3695 } 36 pp N71-2506 <) 33 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Avail NTIS 1970
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Effects of Structural Flexibility on Qualification Testing
Launch Vehicle Control Systems
Qualification tests conducted on flight qual-
Structural flexibility effects on launch vehicle ity components, subsystems, and systems to
control systems and design criteria. prove that structural design requirements
NASA SP-8036 have been achieved.
N70-39774 51 pp NASA SP-8044
Avail NTIS 1970 N71-29045 30 pp
Avail NTIS 1970
Assessment and Control of Spacecraft
Magnetic Fields Acceptance Testing
NASA SP-8037 Standardization of structural acceptance tests
N71-13078 30pp conducted on flight hardware
Avail NTIS 1<)70 NASA SP-8045
N71-31033 34 pp
Meteoroid Environment Model--1970 Avail NTIS 1970
(Interplanetary and Planetary)
Astronomical meteoroid environment model Landing Impact Attenuation for Non-
for space missions. Surface-Planing Landers
NASA SP-8038 NASA SP-8046
N71-17525 69 pp N70-38294 47 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Avail NTIS 1<)70 i

Solid Rocket Motor Performance Spacecraft Sun Sensors

Analysis and Prediction Design criteria and performance specifica-
Current design practices and technology for tions for spacecraft Sun sensors.
predicting propulsion performance of solid NASA SP-8047
propellant rocket engine designs. N71-17756 42 pp
NASA SP-8039 Avail NTIS 1970
N72.t8785 113 pp
Avail NTIS 1971 Liquid Rocket Engine Turbopump
E lY I"
Fracture Control of Metallic Pressure
Bearing requirements for liquid rocket engine
Design criteria for fracture optimization of NASA SP-8048
metallic pressure vessels. N71-28011 83 pp
NASA SP-8040 Avail NTIS t<)71
N71-14130 65 pp
Avail NTIS 1970

II The Earth's Ionosphere Flight Separation Mechanisms m--A -A il
Space vehicle design with considerations for Criteria and recommended practices for
ionospheric electron and ionic density, designing and testing flight separation
plasma temperature of ionosphere, and mechanisms.
neutral component. NASA SP-8056
NASA SP-8049 N71-28986 39 pp
N71-30849 4?pp Avail NTIS 1970
Avail NTIS lc)71
Structural Design Criteria Applicable to
Structural Vibration Prediction A Space Shuttle
lnternal loads and stresses caused by space Updated structural design criteria for manned
vehicle vibration resulting from induced or space shuttle missions.
natural environments. NASA SP-8057
NASA SP-8050 N73-17881 99 pp
N_1-19281 41 pp Avail NTIS 1972
Avail NTIS 1970
Spacecraft Aerodynamic Torques
Solid Rocket Motor Igniters Assessment of disturbance torques due to in-
Design approach for solid propellant rocket teraction of spacecraft with atmosphere in
igniters. long duration orbits for use in design of
NASA SP-8051 spacecraft attitude control systems. i, tr t
N71-30346 111 pp NASA SP-8058
Avail NTIS 1971 N7t-25935 37 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Liquid Rocket Engine Turbopump
Inducers Spacecraft Attitude Control During
Thrusting Maneuvers
Design criteria for liquid rocket engine turbo-
pump inducers. NASA SP-8059
N71-26198 51 pp
NASA SP-8052
Avail NTIS 1971
N71-34%0 255 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Compartment Venting I"" 1"7 ' I"

Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects on Analysis of internal and external gas venting
Materials system of spacecraft.
Effects of nuclear and space radiation on NASA SP-8060
mechanical, thermal, and optical properties N71-28166 31 pp
of spacecraft structural materials. A vail NTIS 1970
NASA SP-8053
Interactions With Umbilicals and
N71-25034 48 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Launch Stand
Criteria and recommendations to ensure com-
Space Radiation Protection patible interfaces between space vehicle struc-
Criteria and procedures for determining ture and launch stand ground support equip-
dosage of penetrating space radiation and ment.
design of appropriate protection for space NASA SP-8061
vehicles. N71-28829 23 pp
NASA SP-8054 Avail NTIS 1970
N71-25075 50 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Entry Gasdynamic Heating
Determining heat transfer to space vehicles
Prevention of Coupled Structure- entering planetary atmospheres for proper
Propulsion Instability (Pogo) design and thermal protection. ltr lit H
NASA SP-8055 NASA SP-8062
N71-26080 51 pp N71-31179 60 pp
Avail NTIS 1970 Avail NTIS 1971

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Lubrication, Friction, and Wear Spaceborne Digital Computer Systems
5--A-lib- A-d Lubrication, friction, and wear processes ana- Design criteria for guidance and control
lyzed for space vehicle design criteria. spaceborne computer selection including
NASA SP-8063 physical and functional characteristics and
N71.31471 180pp reliability.
Avail NT1S 1971 NASA SP-8070
N71-33679 82 pp
Solid Propellant Selection and Avail NTIS 1971

Analysis of properties of solid rocket propel- Passive Gravity-Gradient Libration

lants and parameters which affect choice of Dampers
propellant for specific applications. NASA SP-8071
NASA SP-8064 N71-34590 60 pp
N72-13737 116 pp Avail NTIS 1971
Avail NTIS 1971
Acoustic Loads Generated by the
Tubular Spacecraft Booms (Extendible, Propulsion System
Reel Stored) Design of flightworthy space vehicle.
Development of reliable and operational NASA SP-8072
design programs for spacecraft guidance and N71-33195 54 pp
control. Avail NTIS 1971
r r r NASA SP-8065
Solid Propellant Grain Structural
N71-33330 52 pp
Avail NTIS 1971 Integrity Analysis
NASA SP-8073
Deployable Aerodynamic Deceleration N74-19389 114 pp
Systems Avail NTIS 1973
Criteria and recommended practices for
design, selection, analysis, and testing of Spacecraft Solar Cell Arrays
deployable aerodynamic deceleration systems. NASA SP-8074
NASA SP-8066 N71-37630 54 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
N71-31303 88 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Solid Propellant Processing Factors in
Earth Albedo and Emitted Radiation Rocket Motor Design
NASA SP-8075
Global annual averages of Earth albedo and
radiation used to estimate long term effects N72-31767 82 pp
on space vehicle equipment and surfaces. Avail NTIS L971

NASA SP-8067
Solid Propellant Grain Design and In-
N71-33104 48 pp ternal Ballistics
Avail NTIS 1971
NASA SP-8076

Buckling Strength of Structural Plates N73-15804 110 pp

Avail NTIS 1972
Designs for determining buckling strength of
structural plates for spacecraft.
Transportation and Handling Loads
NASA SP-8068
Criteria and recommended practices for
N71-33331 50 pp
predicting and verifying transportation and
Avail NTIS 1971
handling loads for space vehicle structure or
major segments.
The Planet Jupiter (1970)
NASA SP-8077
Visible, infrared, and radio observations of
N72-12891 48 pp
IZ F 1_ Jupiter using Earth based and airborne equip-
Avail NTIS 1971
NASA SP-8069
N72-17909 93 pp
Avail NTIS 1971

wt _

Spaceborne Electronic Imaging Systems Space Vehicle Displays Design Criteria
Criteria and recommended practices for Design and evaluation of spacecraft display
designing spaceborne elements of electronic guidance and control systems.
imaging systems. NASA SP-8086
NASA SP-8078 N72-26337 45 pp
N72-14169 71 pp Avail NTIS 1972
Avail NTIS 1971
Liquid Rocket Engine Fluid-Cooled
Structural Interaction With Control Combustion Chambers
Monograph for design and development of
Predictions of structural interrelationships combustion chambers for liquid propellant
with spacecraft active and passive control rocket engines.
systems to determine optimum design. NASA SP-8087
NASA SP-8079 N73-31697 120pp
N72-17920 56 pp Avail NTIS 1972
Avail NTIS 1971
Liquid Rocket Metal Tanks and Tank
Liquid Rocket Pressure Regulators, Components
Relief Valves, Check Valves, Burst NASA SP-8088
Discs, and Explosive Valves N75-13022 I65 pp
NASA SP-8080 Avail NTIS 1974

N74-10724 123 pp
Avail NTIS 1973 Liquid Rocket Engine Injectors .... &. 8*t

NASA SP-8089
Liquid Propellant Gas Generators N76-30284 130 pp
Avail NTIS 1976
Design of gas turbine for furnishing hot gases
for turbine drives and analysis of limitations
imposed by thermal stresses. Liquid Rocket Actuators and Operators
NASA SP-8081 NASA SP-8090
N73-27705 110 pp N74-17785 158 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 Avail NTIS 1973

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Stress-Corrosion Cracking in Metals The Planet Saturn (1970)

Criteria and recommended practices for pre- Saturn planet and environment data for
venting stress-corrosion cracking in spacecraft spacecraft designers
structures. NASA SP-8091
NASA SP-8082 N72-29840 103 pp
Avail NTIS 1972
N72-17928 42 pp
Avail NTIS 1971
Assessment and Control of Spacecraft
Discontinuity Stresses in Metallic Electromagnetic Interference
Pressure Vessels Design criteria relating to assessment and
NASA SP-8083 control of spacecraft electromagnetic interfer-
N72-26933 69 pp
Avail NTIS 1971 NASA SP-8092
N72-26119 37 pp
Surface Atmospheric Extremes (Launch Avail NTIS 1972
and Transportation Areas)
Solid Rocket Motor Internal Insulation
Effects of atmospheric surface parameters on
space vehicle design and operation. NASA SP-8093
NASA SP-8084 N77-30171 124 pp
Avail NTIS 1976
N74-30047 77 pp
Avail NTIS 1974 ! _ R m
Liquid Rocket Engine Valve

The Planet Mercury (1971) Components

NASA SP-8094
Physical properties of Mercury, including at-
mosphere and surface, for space vehicle de- N74-27276 150 pp
Avail NTIS 1973
sign criteria.
NASA SP-8085
N72-20799 63 pp
Avail NTIS 1972

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Preliminary Criteria for the Fracture Structural Interaction With Transporta-
Control of Space Shuttle Structures tion and Handling Systems

NASA SP-8095 Space vehicle design to withstand adverse

N72-25851 16 pp conditions involved in handling and transpor-
Avatl NTIS 1971 tation from factory to launch site.
NASA SP-8104
Space Vehicle Gyroscope Sensor N73-21839 41 pp
Application Avail NTIS 1973
Analysis of factors involved in specification,
design, and evaluation of gyroscopes for Spacecraft Thermal Environment
spaceborne sensor applications. Guidance for assessment and control of space-
NASA SP-8096 craft temperatures.
N73-12680 87 pp NASA SP-8105
Avail NTIS 1972 N73-26890 48 pp
Avail NTIS 1973
Liquid Rocket Valve Assemblies
NASA SP-8097 Turbopump Systems for Liquid Rocket
N74-26979 154 pp Engines
\ Avail NTIS 1973 NASA SP-8107
N75-20470 168 pp
Effects of Structural Flexibility on Entry Avail NTIS 1974

r r r Vehicle Control Systems

NASA SP-8098 Advanced Composite Structures
N72-29870 68 pp NASA SP-8108
Avail NTIS 1972
N76-12115 107 pp
Avail NTIS 1974
Combining Ascent Loads

Criteria and guidelines for combining loads Liquid Rocket Engine Centrifugal Flow
during ascent phase of space flight. Turbopumps
NASA SP-8099 NASA SP-8109
N73-11897 36 pp N74-28961 116 pp
Avail NTIS 1972 Avail NTIS 1973

Liquid Rocket Engine Turbopump Liquid Rocket Engine Turbines

Gears NASA SP-8110
NASA SP-8100 N74-34245 158 pp
N75-10166 L17 pp Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1974
Assessment and Control of Electrostatic
Liquid Rocket Engine Turbopump Charges
Shafts and Couplings NASA SP-8111
NASA SP-8101 N74-27534 53 pp
N74-14441 130 pp Avail NTIS 1974
Avail NTIS 1972
Pressurization Systems for Liquid
Space Vehicle Accelerometer
Applications NASA SP-8112

NASA SP-8102 N76-22300 167 pp

Avail NTIS 1975
N73-26891 87 pp
Avail NTIS 1972
Liquid Rocket Engine Combustion
The Planets Uranus, Neptune, and
Stabilization Devices
12 E l _' Pluto (1971) NASA SP-8113

N75-28247 127 pp
Influence of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto en-
Avail NTIS 1974
vironment on design of spacecraft probes.
NASA SP-8103
Solid Rocket Thrust Vector Control
N73-11870 99 pp
NASA SP-8114
Avail NTIS 1972
N76-17194 200 pp
Avail NTIS 1974

Solid Rocket Motor Nozzles Liquid Rocket Engine Turbopump
I NASA SP-8115 Rotating-Shaft Seals A-db-A abdI
N76-20214 140 pp NASA SP-8i21
Avail NTIS 1975 N78-30584 160 pp
Avail NTIS 1978
The Earth's Trapped Radiation Belts
NASA SP-8116 The Environment of Titan (1975)
N75-22980 100 pp NASA SP-8122
Avail NTIS 1975 N7628138 45 pp
Avail NTIS 1976
Gravity Fields of the Solar System

NASA SP-8117 Liquid Rocket Lines, Bellows, Flexible

N75-24608 79 pp Hoses, and Filters
Avail NTIS 1975 NASA SP-8123
N78-16089 186 pp
Interplanetary Charged Particle Models Avail NTIS 1977
NASA SP-8118 Liquid Rocket Engine Self-Cooled
N75-24607 47 pp Combustion Chambers
Avail NTIS 1975 NASA SP-8124
N78-21211 130 pp
Liquid Rocket Disconnects, Couplings, Avail NTIS 1977
Fittings, Fixed Joints, and Seals .... ,t_. A_
State of the art and design criteria for compo- Liquid Rocket Engine Axial Flow
nents used in liquid propellant rocket propul- Turbopumps

sion systems to contain and control the flow NASA SP-8125

of fluids N78-31164 127 pp
NASA SP-8119 Avail NT1S 1978

N77-24191 164 pp
Avail NTIS 1976 Glossary of Terms and Table of
Conversion Factors Used in Design
Liquid Rocket Engine Nozzles of Chemical Propulsion Systems
t," _ IPT. - 1"-
NASA SP-8120 NASA SP-8126
N77-16108 120 pp N80-17136 89pp
Avail NTIS 1976 Avail NTIS 1979

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NASA Specifications and Standards A Guide to NASA Data Handbooks

NASA SP-9000 Handbooks, manuals, procedures, instruc-
N67-34727 388 pp tions, and related technical data publications
Avail NTIS 1967 in NASA CENTRAL Information System.
NASA SP-9001
N67-18003 190 pp
A vail NTIS 1967

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A mathematical theory for calculating the
loudness of any steady sound from informa- Images returned by the two Viking Landers
tion on its spectrum constructed from physi- during the primary phase of the Viking Mis-
cal principles and psychological and physio- sion.

logical information on mammalian auditory NASA RP-IO07

systems. N78-20042 514 pp
NASA RP-1001 Avail NT1S 1978
N79-25753 150pp
Avail GPO 1979 Lightning Protection of Aircraft

F. A. Fisher, J. A. P/umer
Cryogenic Foam Insulation: Abstracted
Potential lightning effects on aircraft and the
means available to designers and operators to
F. R. Williamson
r r r The properties of foam materials and the use
the effects.

of foams as thermal insulation at cryogenic N78.11024 530 pp

temperatures. Avail NTIS 1977
NASA RP-1002

N78-11200 171 pp An Introduction to Orbit Dynamics

Avail NTIS 1977 and Its Application to Satellite-Based
Earth Monitoring Systems
Bibliography of Supersonic Cruise Air- D. R. Brooks
craft Research (SCAR) The long-term behavior of satellites studied
S. Hoffman at a level of complexity suitable for the initial
Propulsion, stratospheric emissions impact, planning phases of Earth monitoring mis-
structures and materials, aerodynamic per-
formance, stability and control. NASA RP-1009
NASA RP-1003 N78-12113 85 pp
N78-12895 102 pp Avail NTIS 1977
Avail NTIS 1977
Chlorofluoromethanes and the
Fronts and Frontogenesis as Revealed Stratosphere
by High Time Resolution Data R. D. Hudson

A. E. Frank, D. A. Barber Laboratory measurements, ozone measure-

Upper air sounding used to examine a cold ments and trends, minor species and aerosol
front of average intensity. measurements, one-dimensional modeling.
NASA RP-1005 multidimensional modeling.

N77-30705 135 pp NASA RP-IOIO

Avail NTIS 1977 N77-31694 268 pp
Avail NTIS 1977
Correction Factors for On-Line
Microprobe Analysis of Multielement Thermodynamic and Related Properties
Alloy Systems of Oxygen From the Triple Point to
300 K at Pressures to 1000 Bar
J. Unnam, D. R. Tenney, W. D. Brewer
I£ IU |" An on-line correction technique developed L. A. Weber

for the conversion of electron probe x-ray in- The results of an experimental program pre-
tensities into concentrations of emitting ele- sented in the form of PVT data in the
ments. temperature range 58 to 300 K at pressures up
NASA RP-I006 to 800 bar. Tables of the derived thermo-
dynamic properties on isobars to 1000 bar are
N78-15236 216pp
Avail NTIS 1977 given.
NASA RP-1011

N78-16119 164 pp
Avail NTIS 1977

Remote Sensing of Oceanic Parameters The Use of Landsat Digital Data and
During the Skylab/Gamefish Experi- Computer-lmplemented Techniques
ment for an Agricultural Application
K. H. Fa//er
A. T. Joyce, R. H. Griffin I!
Effort to demonstrate the feasibility of using Agricultural applications procedures for use
remotely acquired information to assess and of Landsat digital data and other digitalized
monitor the distribution of oceanic gamefish. data.
NASA RP-1012 NASA RP-1016
N78-12644 43 pp N78-21568 48 pp
Avail NTIS 1977 Avail NTIS 1978

Stratospheric Warmings: Synoptic,

Triple Point Determinations of Mono- Dynamic and General-Circulation
methylhydrazine and Nitrogen Tetrox- Aspects
ide, 2.2 Percent by Weight Nitric
R. M. Mclnturff
Distinction between major and minor warm-
1. D. Smith, P. M. Dodge ings, the importance of tropospheric-strato-
Tests performed to ascertain the triple points spheric interaction, the significance of the
of monomethylhydrazine and nitrogen tet- pressure-work term near the tropopause.
roxide. New experimental values for liquid NASA RP-1017
monomethylhydrazine vapor pressure for
N78-18630 173 pp
temperatures from 275.2 to 207.6 K. Tenta- A vail NTIS 1978 I
tive values for the effective freezing point of
nitrogen tetroxide in spacelike conditions. Guide to a Condensed Form of
N78-13234 16 pp
J. L. Rogers, Jr.
Avail NTIS 1977
Limited capability form of NASTRAN level
16 to meet the needs of universities and small
consulting firms. Can serve as a handbook for
An Outgassing Data Compilation of
instructional courses in the use of NASTRAN
Spacecraft Materials
or for users who need only the capability pro-
IV. A. Campbell, Jr., R. S. Marriott, !," F" t'7- tr
vided by the condensed form.
J. J. Park
NASA RP-1019
Outgassing data derived from tests at 398 K
N78-33791 297 pp
(125 °C) or 24 hours in vacuum for numerous Avail NTIS 1978
materials for spacecraft use.
NASA RP-L014 Precision Positional Data of General
N78-17151 181 pp Aviation Air Traffic in Terminal Air
Avail NTIS 1978 Space
FY. E. Melson, Jr., L. C Parker,
A. M. Northam, et al.
Procedures for Gathering Ground Truth
Three-dimensional radar tracks of general
Information for a Supervised Approach
aviation air traffic at three uncontrolled air-
to a Computer-lmplemented Land Cover
Classification of Landsat-Acquired
NASA RP-1020
Multispectral Scanner Data
N78-25048 13 pp
A. T. Joyce Avail NTIS 1978
NASA RP-1015
N78-15549 48 pp
A Bibliography on the Search for Extra-
Avail NTIS 1978
terrestrial Intelligence
E. F. Mallove, M. M. Connors,
R. L. Forward, et al. I u iw !

A uniform compilation of works dealing with

the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
NASA RP-1021
N78-21019 135 pp
Avail NTIS 1978

" "t'... g
Man's Impact on the Troposphere: An Assessment of the Effect of Super-
Lectures in Tropospheric Chemistry sonic Aircraft Operations on the
J. S. Levine, D. R. Schryer Stratospheric Ozone Content

Lectures covering a broad spectrum of current L G. Poppoff, R. C. IVhitten,

research in tropospheric chemistry, with par- R. P. Turco, et al.
ticular emphasis on the interaction of meas- An assessment of the potential effect on strat-
urements, modeling, and understanding of ospheric ozone of an advanced supersonic
fundamental processes. transport operation using the most recent
NASA RP-1022 chemical reaction rate data.
N79-10634 371 pp NASA RP-1026
Avail NT1S 1978 N78-30774 60 pp
Avail NTIS 1978
Synoptic Analyses, 5-, 2-, and
0.4-Millibar Surfaces for July 1974 Viking '75 Spacecraft Design and Test
Through June 1976 Summary
Meteorological rocketsonde and satellite radi- N. A. Holmberg, R. P. Faust,
ance data employed for analyses of a continu- H. M. Holt
\ ing series of high altitude constant pressure
charts. Volume 1. Lander Design
NASA RP-1027
NASA RP-1023
N81.10100 213 pp
r r N78-28748
Avail NTIS
330 pp
Avail NTIS 1980
Volume 2. Orbiter Design
Anthropometric Source Book NASA RP-1027

E. Churchill, L. L. Laubacb, N81-10101 318 pp

J. T. McConville, eta/. Avail NTIS 1980

Volume I. Anthropometry for Designers. Volume 3. Engineering Test Summary

Application of anthropometry to design of NASA RP-1027
clothing, equipment, and workspaces for N81-11102 107 pp
manned space flight. Avail NTIS 1980
NASA RP-1024
V Vw _w
N79-11734 603 pp A New Dimension. Wallops Island
Avail NTIS 1978 Flight Test Range: The First Fifteen
Volume 2. A Handbook of Anthropometric
Data. Data from surveys of 61 populations; J. A. Shortal
295 measured variables. A record of the first fifteen years (1945-1959)
NASA RP-1024 of research and development tests that were
N79-13711 428 pp performed at Wallops lsland.
Avail NTIS 1978 NASA RP-1028
Volume 3. Annotated Bibliography of An- N79-20166 784 pp
thropometry Avail NTIS 1978
NASA RP-1024
N79-13712 130pp The PR2D (Place, Route in 2-Dimen-
Avail NTIS 1978 sions) Automatic Layout Computer
Program Handbook
Handbook on Astronaut Crew Motion T. M. Edge
Disturbances for Control System Design NASA RP-1029
in Skylab N81-12760 256 pp
M. C. Kullas Avail NTIS 1978
The analyses and results pertinent to the
characterization of the disturbances imparted Molecules of Significance in Planetary
to the Skylab vehicle by the T-013 crew mo- Aeronomy
tion experiments.
H. Mohan
NASA RP-1025
Spectroscopic information of the molecules of
N79-27237 196 pp planetary interest. General conditions of
Avail NTIS 1979
planets and their atmospheres including the
gaseous molecules.
NASA RP-1030
N79-22980 318 pp
Avail NTIS 1979

Catalog of Far-Ultraviolet Objective- Review and Status of Liquid-Cooling i--i-,a, A-dR
Prism Spectrophotometry: Skylab Technology for Gas Turbines
Experiment S-019, Ultraviolet Stellar G. J. Vanfossen, Jr., F. S. Stepka
Astronomy K. G. Henize, J. D. Wray, Liquid-cooled systems and methods, assess-
S. B. Parsons, et al. ment of the current technology status and re-
Approximately 1000 spectra representing 500 quirements, comprehensive bibliography.
stars were measured and reduced to observed NASA RP-1038
fluxes. N79-22427 31 pp
Avail NTIS 1979
NASA RP-1031
N79-27057 545 pp
Avail NTIS 1979 Synthetic Aperture Radar / Landsat
MSS Image Registration
Synoptic Analyses, 5-, 2-, 1-, and H. E. Maurer, J. D. Oberho/tzer,
0.4-Millibar Surfaces for July 1976 P. E. Anuta
Through June 1977 Algorithms and procedures necessary to
Meteorological rocketsonde and satellite ra- merge aircraft synthetic aperture radar (SAR)
diance data employed for analyses of a con- and Landsat multispectral scanner (MSS) im-
tinuing series of high-altitude constant- agery, design of a SAR/Landsat data merging
pressure charts. system.
N79-19569 226 pp NS0-16405 233 pp
Avail NTIS 1978 Avail NTIS 1979

Convective Rainfall Estimation From

NASA JSC Water Monitor System: City
Digital GOES-1 Infrared Data of Houston Field Demonstration
G. L. Sickler, A. H. Thompson R. E. Taylor, E. L. Jeffers,
An investigation to determine the feasibility D. H. Fricks
of developing an objective technique for esti- A water quality monitoring system with on-
mating convective rainfall from digital line and real time operation similar to the
GOES-1 infrared data.
function in a spacecraft was investigated.
NASA RP-1034
N79-31885 96 pp N79-28062 57 pp F F- !"
Avail NTlS 1979
Avail NTIS 1979
Survey and Bibliography on Attainment
Performance Evaluation Method for
of Laminar Flow Control in Air Using
Pressure Gradient and Suction Dissimilar Aircraft Design Using the
Square of the Wing Span for Non-
D. M. Bushnell, M. H. Turtle
dimensional Comparisons of Aero-
The survey, summaries of data for both
dynamic Characteristics
ground and flight experiments, and abstracts
H. J. Walker
of referenced reports.
A rationale for using the square of the wing-
NASA RP-1035
span rather than the wing reference area as a
N79-33438 346 pp
basis for nondimensional comparisons of the
Avail NTIS 1979 *. t. I. Ik_

aerodynamic and performance characteristics

ALSEP Termination Report of aircraft that differ substantially in platform

J. R. Bates, W.
W. Lauderdale, and loading.
H. Kernaghan NASA RP-1042
Description of experiments and pertinent N79-30139 72 pp
operational history, data processing and dis- Avail NTIS 1979
tribution, significant scientific findings.
Processing of On-Board Recorded Data
NASA RP-1036
for Quick Analysis of Aircraft Perform-
N79-22979 161 pp
ance--Rotor Systems Research Aircraft ! Id[ Ill il
Avail NTIS 1979
N. H. Michaud
Collisionless Galaxy Simulations A system of independent computer programs
F. Hohl, T. A. Zang, J. B. Miller for the processing of digitized pulse code
Computer experiments performed to deter- modulated and frequency modulated data.
mine the collapse and relaxation of initially NASA RP-1043
spherical, uniform density and uniform veloc- N79-33191 326 pp
ity dispersion stellar systems. Avail NTIS 1979
NASA RP-1037
N79-24921 149 pp
Avail NTIS 1979 L

A ah-il Wind Study for High Altitude The Stratosphere: Present and Future

Platform Design T. W. Strganac R. D. Hudson, E. 1. Reed

The three basic elements of stratospheric
An analysis of upper air winds to define the
science-laboratory measurements, atmos-
wind environment at potential operating alti-
pheric observations, and theoretical studies.
tudes for high altitude powered platform con-
NASA RP-1049
NASA RP-1044 N80-14641 443 pp
Avail NTIS 1979
N80-12661 288 pp
Avail NT1S 1979
Classical Aerodynamic Theory
The Physiological Basis for Spacecraft R. T. Jones
Environmental Limits
Theories of incompressible potential flow and
J. M. Waligora
research on the aerodynamic forces on wing
Limits for operational environments in terms
and wing sections of aircraft and on airship
of acceptable physiological changes: con-
taminants, temperature, acceleration, noise,
NASA RP-1050
rf radiation, and weightlessness.
NASA RP-1045 N80-15033 308 pp
Avail NTIS 1979
N80-15788 229 pp
Avail NTIS 1979
Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen

' r r Measurement
of Aircraft Speed and Gas Derived
Sound Speed
From Measurements
for Cryogenic Wind

IV. Gracey Tunnels

Problems involved in measuring speed and
B. Young/ore, R. D. McCarty
altitude with pressure-actuated instruments
A virial equation of state for nitrogen was
(altimeter, airspeed indicator, true-airspeed
determined by use of newly measured speed-
indicator, Machmeter, and vertical-speed in-
of-sound data and existing pressure-density-
temperature data in a multiproperty-fltting
NASA RP-1046
N80-24296 311 pp NASA RP-1051
A vail NTIS 1980
N80-14257 56 pp
Measurement Techniques for Trace Avail NTIS 1979
Metals in Coal-Plant Effluents: A Brief
Review Sealed-Cell Nickel-Cadmium Battery
J. J. Singh Applications Manual
The strong features and limitations of tech- W. R. Scott, D. W. Rusta
niques for determining trace elements in
The design, procurement, testing, and appli-
aerosols emitted from coal plants.
cation of aerospace quality, hermetically
NASA RP-1047 sealed nickel-cadmium cells and batteries.
N79-33611 34 pp NASA RP-1052
Avail NTIS 1979
N80-16095 533 pp
Procedure for Extraction of Disparate Avail NTIS 1979
Data From Maps Into Computer Data
Bases Results of the August 1977 Soviet and
B. G. Junkin American Meteorological Rocketsonde
A procedure for extracting disparate sources Intercomparison Held at Wallops
of data from geographic maps, and for the Island, Virginia
conversion of these data into a suitable format
F. J. Schmidlin, J. R. Duke,
for processing on a computer-oriented infor-
A. L ivanovsky, et al.
mation system.
A coordinated program of rocketsonde inves-
tigations along about 60 ° E and 70 ° W be-
N79-33858 23 pp tween the United States and U.S.S.R.
12 /2 L" Avail NTIS 1979 NASA RP-1053
N80-16682 193 pp
Avail NTIS 1980

Inter- Space Transportation System and i--i i AiR
actions Determined With Three- Associated Payloads: Glossary,
Dimensional Trajectories Acronyms, and Abbreviations
G. S. Ivilson A collection of acronyms in everyday use con-
Diagnostically determined three dimensional cerning shuttle activities and a glossary of
trajectories were used to reveal some of the terms pertaining to the Space Transportation
scale interaction processes that occur between System.
convective storms and their environment. NASA RP-1059
NASA RP-1054 N81-16111 265 pp
N80-16675 163 pp Avail NTIS 1981
Avail NTIS 1980
Subsonic Aircraft: Evolution and the
Some Human Factors Issues in the Matching of Size to Performance
Development and Evaluation of Cock-
L. K. Loftin, Jr.
pit Alerting and Warning Systems
Methods for estimating the approximate size,
R. J. Rand/e, Jr., IF. E. Larsen,
weight, and power of aircraft intend