Wings in Orbit is an authoritative documentation of the many accomplishments of the NASA Space Shuttle Program. Starting with a foreword written by astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen, this compelling book provides accurate, authentic and easily understood accounts from NASA's best subject matter experts and external resources. The book captures the passion of those who devoted their energies to the Program's success for more than three decades. It focuses on their science and engineering accomplishments, the rich history of the program and the shuttle as an icon in U.S. history. No other book on the market has accumulated as many experts and resources on this subject nor broken it down in such easy to understand language with compelling imagery. With the Shuttle Program coming to a close, consumers will be inclined to purchase this book as it provides comprehensive information on this historic program as it ends its 30 year run. The promotions for this book will definitely benefit from the publicity of this historic event.Scientific and Engineering Legacies of the Space Shuttle, 1971-2010 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Wayne ... expansion of universe, 335a 336 Expedition 1 (ISS), 28 Expedition 5 (ISS), 148a149 expendable launch vehicle vs. ... 119 Hubble repair, 25, 118a120 Intelsat repair, 25 introduction, 110 ISS construction and operation, 115, 124a127, 141, ... Food and Drug Administration, 443, 491 food quality and supply, 395a396 foot restraints, 124, 265, 291, 394 Ford, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Wings in Orbit|
|Author||:||National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|Publisher||:||Government Printing Office - 2011-04-07|