Men in Space: The Impact on Science, Technology, and International Cooperation

Men in Space: The Impact on Science, Technology, and International Cooperation

by Eugene Rabinowitch, Richard S. Lewis

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789401165907
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 03/16/2012
Edition description: 1969
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

I. The Moon and Man.- 1. Man Moves into the Universe.- 2. Human Consequences of the Exploration of Space.- 3. From Alamogordo to Apollo: Will Man Heed the Lesson?.- II. The Politics of Spacefaring.- 4. Man on the Moon: The Columbian Dilemma.- 5. An American “Sputnik” for the Russians?.- 6. The Lunar Landing and the U.S.-Soviet Equation.- 7. Prospects for International Cooperation on the Moon: The Antarctic Analogy.- 8. Post-Apollo Policy: A Look into the 1970s.- III. The Future of Lunar Studies.- 9. Origin and History of the Moon.- 10. A Space Age Phenomenon: The Evolution of Lunar Studies.- 11. Manned Landings and Theories of Lunar Formation.- 12. A View from the Outside.- IV. The Technological Impact.- 13. The Industrial Impact of Apollo.- 14. Saturn/Apollo as a Transportation System.- 15. Apollo: A Pattern for Problem Solving.- 16. Automatic Checkout Equipment: The Apollo Hippocrates.

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