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NASA Publication Collection (15,040 Books)


National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA Publication Collection is an archive of the most fascinating information one has ever discovered. The World Public Library NASA Collection contains reports, summaries, new releases, and publications about NASA's Solar System Missions, Deep Space Missions, Earth Observing Missions, Humans in Space, and Earth Observing Stations.

 
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Nasas Implementation Plan for International Space Station Continui...

Preface: The loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia and its crew was devastating for the entire NASA family. For the International Space Station (ISS) Program, finding our way through this tragic loss begins with an unwavering commitment to learn from this tragedy. We will reshape the ISS Program based on those lessons, and carry out the Administrator?s directive to continue our mission of building, operating and performing research on the ISS effectively and safely...

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Theme: Physical Sciences Research: by National Aeronautics and Spa...

Excerpt: Liquid at rest in a transparent spherical tank under low gravity shows one aspect of the surprising behavior of fluid systems in space. The Office of Biological and Physical Research (OBPR) Physical Sciences Research (PSR) theme carries out basic and applied scientific investigations to lay the foundation for understanding the details of physical and chemical processes involved in developing the capabilities to deploy spacecraft, to generate resources, and to ma...

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration the Vision for Space...

Excerpt: Understanding from the unknown. Comprehension from the cosmos. Insight from the infinite. The relationship between discovery and exploration has driven human curiosity for all of recorded history. Since the time of the ancient philosophers, we have striven to comprehend our place in the universe and have looked to the heavens for answers to the questions: Where do we come from? Are we alone? Where are we going?

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Nasas Implementation Plan for International Space Station Continui...

Excerpt: The loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia and its crew was devastating for the entire NASA family. For the International Space Station (ISS) Program, finding our way through this tragic loss begins with an unwavering commitment to learn from this tragedy. We will reshape the ISS Program based on those lessons, and carry out the Administrator?s directive to continue our mission of building, operating, and performing research on the ISS effectively and safely...

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How to Read This Manual: by National Aeronautics and Space Adminis...

Excerpt: By installing the printer/scanner controller, the machine can be used as a network scanner. The network scanner offers three functions operation as a network TWAIN scanner, network delivery scanner, or storing scan data in the Document Server...

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Operator Guide 5622/5627: by National Aeronautics and Space Admini...

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Fax Option Type 1045: by National Aeronautics and Space Administra...

Description: This document contains information regarding topics such as PC FAX Features (Explains how to fax directly from a computer and make necessary settings) and Troubleshooting (Explains what to do when toner runs out and when power is turned off or fails).

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Unix Supplement: by National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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Lanier 5635/5645 Operating Instructions Network Twain Scanner Refe...

Excerpt: Preparation. The drivers and utilities (provided on the CD-ROM) are available to use the machine with the scanner kit option installed on the network. The network scanner has two functions: the ?Network Delivery Scanner? and the ?Network TWAIN Scanner?. This chapter provides necessary information on the features, the best environment for the drivers and utilities, as well as the drivers and utilities included on the CD-ROM labeled ?Scanner Drivers & Utilities?.

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Scan Router V2 Lite: by National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Excerpt: ScanRouter V2 Lite Delivery System. ScanRouter V2 Lite allows you to save scanned documents in local and remote folders. Delivery System Layout: The diagram below shows the layout of the ScanRouter V2 Lite Delivery System. Scanned documents are delivered to the destination with the selected delivery method...

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An Educator's Guide with Activities in Science, Mathematics, Techn...

Excerpt: Early Childhood educators from the Houston, Texas metropolitan area and throughout the United States assisted with the development of this publication for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The Education Office at NASA Johnson Space Center and the Education Office at Space Center Houston provided support for this document...

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration 757 Glider Kit: by N...

Excerpt: GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) USE FOR ALL-WEATHER LANDINGS. The aviation industry is investigating the use of differential GPS concepts for precision landings in bad weather to improve the safety and reliability of air travel. The GPS is a constellation of 24 satellites used to determine aircraft position anywhere on or near the Earth. When a ground based GPS receiver is used to provide a ?differential? correction signal, an aircraft?s position can be determin...

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Aeronautics : An Educator's Guide with Activities in Science, Math...

Description: This document contains information regarding topics such as The Parts of an Airplane, Aeronautical Glossary, and NASA Resources for Educators...

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Apollo 17 View of Earth: by National Aeronautics and Space Adminis...

Excerpt: Apollo 17 View of Earth. Just hours after its liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the crew of Apollo 17 found themselves aligned with Earth and the Sun, enabling them to take this full disk view of Earth. The astronauts were coasting towards the Moon, approximately 40,000 kilometers from Earth, when this picture was taken. Because the mission took place during the beginning of the summer in the Southern Hemisphere, the Southern Hemisphere is bright...

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Core : Central Operation of Resources for Educators: by National A...

Excerpt: About Our Services. CORE is a worldwide distribution center for NASA?s multimedia educational materials. For a minimal fee, CORE will provide educators with materials through its mail-order service...

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Iss Earthkam: by National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Excerpt: A NASA program in which students and educators...

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Flight According to Principle: by Wilbur Wright

Excerpt: Flight According to Principle. One very cold and windy morning on a North Carolina beach, a lonely group of men huddled on the sand near their pride and joy: a kite like contraption, built of cloth and wood and outfitted with bicycle parts. On the count of three, with the motor turning and heavy wind gusting, one man started to run alongside and guide the craft; in an instant, the pilot lying on the wing steered the craft to flight a few feet above the ground. T...

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Living with a Star : Educator Resources for Understanding Connecti...

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Rockets an Educators Guide with Activities in Science, Mathematics...

Excerpt: Rockets are the oldest form of self-contained vehicles in existence. Early rockets were in How To Use This Guide use more than two thousand years ago. Over a long and exciting history, rockets have evolved from simple tubes filled with black powder into mighty vehicles capable of launching a spacecraft out into the galaxy. Few experiences can compare with the excitement and thrill of watching a rocket-powered vehicle, such as the Space Shuttle, thunder into spac...

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Spaced:Based Astronomy: An Educator Guide with Activities for Scie...

Introduction: If you go to the country, far from city lights, you can see about 3,000 stars on a clear night. If your eyes were bigger, you could see many more stars. With a pair of binoculars, an optical device that effectively enlarges the pupil of your eye by about 30 times, the number of stars you can see increases to the tens of thousands. With a medium-sized telescope with a light-collecting mirror 30 centimeters in diameter, you can see hundreds of thousands of st...

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