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The Saturn V F 1 Engine

Author : Anthony Young
ISBN : 9780387096308
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The launch of Sputnik in 1957 not only began the space age, it also showed that Soviet rockets were more powerful than American ones. Within months, the US Air Force hired Rocketdyne for a feasibility study of an engine capable of delivering at least 1 million pounds of thrust. Later, NASA ran the development of this F-1 engine in order to use it to power the first stage of the Saturn V rocket that would send Apollo missions to the Moon. It is no exaggeration to say that without the F-1 engine NASA would not have been able to achieve President Kennedy’s 1961 challenge to his nation to land a man on the Moon before the decade was out.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Apollo Moon Missions

Author : Randy Walsh
ISBN : 9781646200634
Genre : History
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As a child I was fascinated by the Apollo Moon missions. As I got older the fascination never waned, until, approximately 15 years ago, I happened to watch a documentary on one of the Apollo missions. In that they discussed the method used for circumnavigating the Moon during the missions. As a trained pilot I remember questioning that method of navigation and from there I started to doubt the validity of the Apollo Moon missions itself, which led to subsequent years of research. This book is culmination of that research and the reasons why I believe that the Apollo Moon missions were faked. Included in Part 1 of this series I discuss the following key factors:  The Saturn V rocket and the fraudulent claims on the powerful F-1 engines, without which the Apollo landings could not have taken place.  The non-existent capabilities of the Apollo guidance computer and the fact that this computer was a fake.  The conflicting and contradictory information regarding the radiation intensity between the Earth and Moon which would have prevented any manned lunar landing.  The inadequate shielding for both the Command Module and Lunar Module which would have ended any manned mission outside of Low Earth Orbit in a matter of minutes if not seconds.  And the incomplete, missing and/or destroyed documents along with the thousands of missing reels of telemetry tapes containing data that has been 'lost' forever
Category: History

Nasa Technical Note

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ISBN : UOM:39015006098134
Genre : Aeronautics
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Category: Aeronautics

Nasa Technical Note

Author : United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
ISBN : UIUC:30112018018090
Genre : Aeronautics
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Category: Aeronautics

Anti Gravity The Unified Field

Author : David Hatcher Childress
ISBN : 0932813100
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 88.15 MB
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Explored here is how gravity, electricity, and magnetism manifest from a unified field around us; why artificial gravity is possible; secrets of UFO propulsion; free energy; Nikola Tesla and anti gravity airships of the 20s and 30s; flying saucers as superconducting whirls of plasma; anti-mass generators; vortex propulsion; government cover-ups; gravitational pulse drive; spacecraft; and more.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Saturn V

Author : Alan Lawrie
ISBN : UVA:X004910268
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Saturn V was the largest, most powerful rocket ever produced. Developed in the 1960s, in response to President Kennedy's call for a moon landing by the end of the decade, it rose from the drawing board to flight vehicle in record time. The rocket was masterminded by Wernher Von Braun and did not fail in any of its flights. The story of the moon ......
Category: Technology & Engineering

Milestones Of Space

Author : Michael Neufeld
ISBN : 9781627882033
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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A beautifully illustrated history of the exploration of space through the most iconic objects from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Throughout the whole of human history, across all of Earth’s cultures and landscapes, countless individuals have gazed with wonder in the same direction: upwards. Getting to space was no easy task, and our curiosity with the surrounding universe has long been a source of earthly pride and competition. At the bottom of this international technological rivalry, though, lies one unifying purpose, which is to understand the impossibly vast heavens. In Milestones of Space, Michael Neufeld and select curators of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum present a gorgeous photographic celebration of some of the most groundbreaking artifacts that played key parts in giving humanity its first steps into the cosmos. Focusing on the most iconic objects and technology—such as Friendship 7,the Lunar Module 2, Neil Armstrong’s Lunar Suit, the Hubble Space Telescope, and Space Shuttle Discovery—this book extensively profiles eleven of the NASM’s most important breakthroughs in space technology. The NASM curators feature each object in incredible detail with compelling timelines, sidebars and captions, and over 150 archival images that provide new and little-known insights into their development and historical context. We are still a long way from grasping our universe . . . but for now, Milestones of Space magnificently commemorates the individuals and inventions that have taken us this far.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Aerospace America

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105110893349
Genre : Aeronautics
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Understanding Space

Author : Jerry Jon Sellers
ISBN : UOM:39015053775840
Genre : Science
File Size : 37.99 MB
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This is an introductory text in astronautics. It contains historical background and a discussion of space missions, space environment, orbits, atmospheric entry, spacecraft design, spacecraft subsystems, and space operations. It features section reviews summarizing key concepts, terms, and equations, and is extensively illustrated with many photos, figures, and examples Space law, politics, and economics This is a truly user-friendly, full-color text focused on understanding concepts and practical applications but written in a down-to-earth, engaging manner that painlessly helps you understand complex topics. It is laid out with multi-color highlights for key terms and ideas, reinforced with detailed example problems, and supported by detailed section reviews summarizing key concepts, terms, and equations.
Category: Science

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ISBN : PSU:000022694669
Genre : Airplanes
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Category: Airplanes

The Engineering Designer

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105012509993
Genre : Design, industrial
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Category: Design, industrial