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Old March 31st 05, 12:16 AM
Rusty
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NASA posted many new PDF's on its webserver on 3-29-2005. There are
14,000+ new
publications listed. Many are available in PDF format.

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/index.cgi?method=updates

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/index.cgi?method=advanced



Here are some newly posted PDF's dealing with Lunar Vehicles:



FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR LUNAR WORM PLANETARY ROVING VEHICLE CONCEPT FINAL
TECHNICAL REPORT
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1966022562.pdf



SURVEYOR LUNAR ROVING VEHICLE, PHASE I. VOLUME I - PROGRAM SUMMARY
FINAL TECHNICAL REPORT
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1966015678.pdf



ELECTRICALLY-PROPELLED CARGO VEHICLE FOR SUSTAINED LUNAR SUPPLY
OPERATIONS FINAL REPORT
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1966001323.pdf



STUDY OF ONE-MAN LUNAR FLYING VEHICLE. VOLUME 1 - SUMMARY FINAL REPORT
(not all volumes are posted online)
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1969028820.pdf


STUDY OF ONE-MAN LUNAR FLYING VEHICLE. VOLUME 2 - MISSION ANALYSIS
FINAL REPORT
(not all volumes are posted online)
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1969028821.pdf


STUDY OF ONE-MAN LUNAR FLYING VEHICLE. VOLUME 5 - PRELIMINARY DESIGN
AND SPECIFICATIONS FINAL REPORT
(not all volumes are posted online)
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1969028825.pdf



LUNAR LANDING RESEARCH VEHICLE: WEIGHT AND BALANCE HANDBOOK April 1964
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1972066983.pdf



LUNAR LANDING RESEARCH VEHICLE: SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED PERFORMANCE
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1972066984.pdf



LUNAR LANDING RESEARCH VEHICLE: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS HANDBOOK
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1972066982.pdf



LUNAR LANDING RESEARCH VEHICLE: ESTIMATED HANDLING QUALITIES
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1972066985.pdf



STUDY OF MODIFICATION OF A LUNAR LANDING RESEARCH VEHICLE TO A LUNAR
LANDING TRAINING VEHICLE
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1966010420.pdf





Rusty

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Old March 31st 05, 04:18 AM
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On 30 Mar 2005 15:16:45 -0800, "Rusty"
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NASA posted many new PDF's on its webserver on 3-29-2005. There are
14,000+ new publications listed. Many are available in PDF format.


....No new ASTP docs?

OM

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Old March 31st 05, 08:07 PM
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Rusty wrote:

NASA posted many new PDF's on its webserver on 3-29-2005. There are
14,000+ new publications listed. Many are available in PDF format.


Interesting as always, thanks.

The Manned Space Telescope discussed in
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1966017399.pdf
is quite similar in configuration to the KH-10/DORIAN manned
spysat, though bigger. It would be interesting to see if there
was any actual design influence in one direction or the other.

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Old March 31st 05, 08:20 PM
Hans-Joachim Widmaier
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Rusty wrote:
NASA posted many new PDF's on its webserver on 3-29-2005. There are
14,000+ new
publications listed. Many are available in PDF format.


Here we go again ...

You know you are ruining my life, aren't you? I need an estimated 80+
years to read all the documents I've downloaded so far. Each of your
postings is adding more and more years to that figure! Realizing that I
won't live to read it all makes me really depressed. ;-)

Thanks for every page, Rusty!

Hans-J.

ps: If I find the time I'll post a list of the documents that might be
of the more interesting kind.
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Old April 1st 05, 02:57 AM
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Y'know, one thing that strikes me about the mid-sixties reports is
that, reading the titles and leaving aside the ones that have
material explicitly dating them, you would think that many would
have been written now, or some time future-ward of now.

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Old April 1st 05, 03:29 AM
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Y'know, one thing that strikes me about the mid-sixties reports is
that, reading the titles and leaving aside the ones that have
material explicitly dating them, you would think that many would
have been written now, or some time future-ward of now.


Exception:

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1966028123.pdf

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Old April 1st 05, 08:57 AM
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Allen Thomson wrote:

Y'know, one thing that strikes me about the mid-sixties reports is
that, reading the titles and leaving aside the ones that have
material explicitly dating them, you would think that many would
have been written now, or some time future-ward of now.



They didn't lack in ambition, did they? Didn't Henry Spencer mention
something about the early 60's being the time when it seemed that
anything that a aerospace engineer could come up with seemed to be doable?

Pat
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Old April 1st 05, 09:03 AM
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Allen Thomson wrote:

Exception:

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/ca...1966028123.pdf




I guess you can't be too careful when it comes to doing your space math,
can you?
They should have had more things like these when they were working out
that trajectory for the Mars Polar Orbiter... ;-)

Pat
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Old April 1st 05, 11:08 AM
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On Fri, 01 Apr 2005 01:57:37 -0600, Pat Flannery wrote:

They didn't lack in ambition, did they? Didn't Henry Spencer mention
something about the early 60's being the time when it seemed that
anything that a aerospace engineer could come up with seemed to be doable?


But it turned out that all their plans somehow involved dating Ann-Margaret.

Dale
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Old April 1st 05, 10:30 PM
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On Fri, 01 Apr 2005 02:08:02 -0800, Dale wrote:

On Fri, 01 Apr 2005 01:57:37 -0600, Pat Flannery wrote:

They didn't lack in ambition, did they? Didn't Henry Spencer mention
something about the early 60's being the time when it seemed that
anything that a aerospace engineer could come up with seemed to be doable?


But it turned out that all their plans somehow involved dating Ann-Margaret.


....Your mixing your Henrys. That was Kissinger whose plans involved
dating Ann-Margrock, but somehow he got Jill St. John instead.

OM

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