This content is not included in your SAE MOBILUS subscription, or you are not logged in.
AN INTERPLANETARY EXPLORATORY VEHICLE
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published January 01, 1960 by SAE International in United States
Annotation ability available
The relationship of the aircraft industry and some present programs to future space activities is discussed. The importance of space research and exploration is indicated as justification for ambitious programs. Objectives of various space-research missions are given and the organization of missions and objectives in the Boeing “Program for Astronomical Research and Scientific Experiments Concerning Space” (PARSECS) is shown. Conceptual vehicles for each mission are presented. The problems of space-vehicle design are discussed and the considerations leading to a particular design concept are shown. A general-purpose space capsule resulting from these considerations is presented.
|Technical Paper||Beech AT-10 Wichita|
|Technical Paper||RESEARCH and Tomorrow's AIRCRAFT UNDERCARRIAGE|
CitationBEALL, W., "AN INTERPLANETARY EXPLORATORY VEHICLE," SAE Technical Paper 600296, 1960, https://doi.org/10.4271/600296.
- Hebeler, H.K. White, R.D. Some Design Aspects of an Interplanetary Exploratory Vehicle. AAS Paper August 18 1958
- Bono, P. Johnston, M.W. Pahl, D.A. Preliminary Design for a Manned Mars Vehicle (PARSECS Mission No. 8).
- Doss, J.H. Montague, L.J. Some Factors Influencing the Selection of a Manned Space Station Concept. IAS Paper April 20–22 1960
- Sutherland, G.S. Recent Advances in Space Propulsion. ARS Journal 29 10, Part 1 October 1959
- Miele, Angelo Coordinate Systems and Equations of Motion for Flight Over a Spherical Earth. December 1959
- Miele, Angelo Equations of Motion of a Rocket-Powered Aircraft. January 1960
- Friedman, H. Rocket Astronomy. Scientific American 200 6 June 1959
- Arthur, P.D. Kanenberg, H.K. Interplanetary Ballistic Orbits. ARS Technical Paper June 8–11 1959
- Buccheim, R.W. et al Space Handbook: Astronautics and its Applications Staff Report of the Select Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration. 85th Congress, 2nd Session 1959
- Chapman, D.R. An Approximate Analytical Method for Studying Entry into Planetary Atmospheres. May 1958
- Rosen, M.W. Schwenk, F.C. Nova - A Manned Lunar Rocket. Astronautics 4 9 September 1959
- Kiess, C.C. Lassovzsky, K. The Known Physical Characteristics of the Moon and the Planets. July 1958
- NASA Authorization for Fiscal Year 1960. Part 1, Scientific and Technical Presentations, 86th Congress, 1st Session 1959
- Moulton, F.R. An Introduction to Celestial Mechanics. The MacMillan Co. New York 1931
- Vertregt, M. Interplanetary Orbits. British Interplanetary Society Proceedings 16 6 March-April 1958
- The Next Ten Years in Space , 1959–1969 Staff Report of the Select Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration, 86th Congress, 1st Session 1959
- Menzel, O.H. The Astronomers Stake in Outer Space. Atlantic Monthly 95 9 November 1958
- Stuhlinger, E. The Flight Path of Electrically Propelled Space Ships. Jet Propulsion 27 4 410 414 April 1957
- Langmuir, D.B. Power Limited Flight in Field Free Space. UCLA Space Technology Course February 17–19 1958
- Larmore, L. Celestial Observations for Space Navigation. IAS National Summer Meeting Paper July 10 1958
- Whipple, F.L. The Meteoritic Risk of Space Vehicles. American Rocket Society Preprint No. 499-57 October 6–12 1957
- Langton, N.H. The Mechanical Penetration of Bumper Screens. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 13 5 283 294 Sept. 1954
- Dubin, M. Scientific Uses of Earth Satellites The University of Michigan Press 1956 292
- Singer, S.F. The Effect of Meteoric Particles on a Satellite. University of Maryland Physics Dept.