|Title:||Robotic Exploration of the Solar System: Part 1: The Golden Age 1957-1982 (Springer Praxis Books)|
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|Publisher:||Praxis; 2007 edition (October 23, 2007)|
This boo. resents the accomplishments of robotic exploration of the major planets and their moons from Mercury to Neptune. Ulivi and Harland do a splendid job describing observations made using thes. robots’ to take pictures and explore the infrared and radio emissions, aurora, magnetic fields, and magnetospheres of these planets, their satellites, and the interplanetary medium. First, this book describes the state of the kwowledge of the solar system just before space exploration beggins. Second, this book is comprehensive, in that it includes us, european and soviet/russian contributions. They are many detailed descriptions, including all phases of a given mission, even those which were never realized, from planning, launch and the follow-up on results. All aspects are described, financial, political and technical.
Paolo Ulivi and David Harland provide in Robotic Exploration of the Solar System a detailed history of unmanned missions of exploration of our Solar System. As in their previous book Lunar Exploration, the subject will be treated wherever possible from an engineering and scientific standpoint. Technical descriptions of the spacecraft, of their mission designs and of instrumentations will be provided.
Deep House · Relaxing Study Music · 24/7 Live Radio The Grand Sound 346 зрителей. Scientific results will be discussed in considerable depth, together with details of mission management. Part I: The Golden Age 1957-1982. Additional Information. Jointly published with Praxis Publishing. Popular Science in Astronomy.
ru - Paolo Ulivi and David Harland provide in Robotic Exploration of the Solar System a detailed history of unmanned missions of exploration of our Solar System.
This fascinating book is a must-have text for space enthusiasts with an engineering bent. It is a detailed history of unmanned missions that have explored our solar system. The subject is treated wherever possible from an engineering and scientific standpoint and includes technical descriptions of the spacecraft, their mission designs and their instrumentations. This fascinating book is a must-have text for space enthusiasts with an engineering bent. The book is fantastically comprehensive, covering missions and results from the 1950s right up to the present day. Some of the latest missions and their results appear in a popular science book for the first time. Unflown European projects of the 1960s and 1970s, a subject never before treated, will also be covered.
534 p. The Second World War left among its many and painful heritages a new technology, ballistic missiles, that was to change the world, providing a way to carry into space instruments, satellites and probes that revolutionized science and technology. This decision was to have grave repercussions: on 4 October 1957 the Soviet Union launched its PS-1 satellite, better known as Sputnik, which rocked the USA. This was compounded a month later by the launch of the PS-2, carrying the dog Laika. Чтобы скачать этот файл зарегистрируйтесь и/или войдите на сайт используя форму сверху.
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