U.S. Space Launch-Vehicle Technology: Viking to Space Shuttle
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U.S. Space Launch-Vehicle Technology: Viking to Space Shuttle

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For nearly fifty years, a wide range of missiles and rockets has propelled U.S. satellites and spacecraft into the sky. J. D. Hunley's two-volume work traces the evolution of this technology, from Robert Goddard's research in the 1920s through the development of the Titan missiles and launch vehicles in the 1960s to the refinement of the space shuttle in the 1980s. With t...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published May 11th 2008 by University Press of Florida (first published April 11th 2008)
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