Space Biology and Medicine: Space and its exploration
AIAA, 1993 - 337페이지
In this first volume in the Space Biology and Medicine series, contributors describe the current status of their understanding of space, highlighting physical and ecological conditions as well as heavenly bodies, and provide general information that will prove useful in the later volumes. The book is divided into four parts: Part I, Historical Perspective; Part II, The Space Environment; Part III, Life in the Universe; and Part IV, Space Exploration. Chapter contributions were made by both U.S. and Russian authors. The book also features an appendix of Astronomical and Physical Quantities, a detailed subject index, and an 8-page color section.
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Historical Aspects of Space Exploration
Stars and Interstellar Space
The Sun and Interplanetary Space
The Inner Planets of the Solar System
The Outer Planets of the Solar System
Asteroids Comets and Other Small Bodies
altitude Apollo approximately asteroids atmosphere billion biological carbon chemical chromosphere clouds comets composition cosmic rays cosmonauts craters crew cycle density descent module detection diameter Drake Equation Earth electrons energy engines environment evolution exobiology exploration extraterrestrial flares flight flux formation frequency galactic galaxy global heat hydrogen impact craters increase infrared interplanetary interstellar interstellar medium ionosphere Jupiter launch layer lithosphere lunar magnetic field magnetosphere Mars martian mass Mercury meteors metric tons missions models Moon Moscow NASA nitrogen nucleus observed ocean Oort Cloud orbit organic oxygen particles percent period photosphere planet planetary plasma pressure probe processes propellant protons radiation radio regions rocket rotation Russian Salyut satellites Saturn scientific SETI signal solar activity solar nebula solar system solar wind Soviet Soyuz Soyuz spacecraft space spacecraft stage stars station structure sulfur surface telescope temperature terrestrial thermal thermosphere tion velocity Venus