Space Station needs, attributes and architectural options. Volume 2, book 1, part 2, task 1 : Mission requirements
- Apr 20, 1983.
- Physical Description:
- 1 electronic document
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- Unclassified, Unlimited, Publicly available.
- Mission areas analyzed for input to the baseline mission model include: (1) commercial materials processing, including representative missions for producing metallurgical, chemical and biological products; (2) commercial Earth observation, represented by a typical carry-on mission amenable to commercialization; (3) solar terrestrial and resource observations including missions in geoscience and scientific land observation; (4) global environment, including representative missions in meteorology, climatology, ocean science, and atmospheric science; (5) materials science, including missions for measuring material properties, studying chemical reactions and utilizing the high vacuum-pumping capacity of space; and (6) life sciences with experiments in biomedicine and animal and plant biology.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19840010229., Accession ID: 84N18297., NAS 1.26:173313., NASA-CR-173313., and SA-SPP-RP008-VOL-2-BK-1-PT-2.
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