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H1 engine S1 stage
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J2 engine SIVB stage
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RL 10A3 engine SIV stage
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Marshall Space Flight Center
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Manned Spacecraft Center construction status
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John F Kennedy Space Center December 1963
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SIC test stand Marshall Space Flight Center
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Marshall Space Flight Center S1 stand modified for F1 engines F1 engine undergoing captive test
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Environmental Testing Laboratory Manned Spacecraft Center
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Santa Susana static test facility
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Edwards AFB Calif F1 engine test stands
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Location plan NASA manned spacecraft facilities White Sands
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White Sands Missile Range APOLLOLITTLE JOE II launch com plex
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NASAWSMR APOLLO spacecraft propulsion systems
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Sacramento test facility
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Sacramento facilities overall view_
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Mississippi test operations and vicinity
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SATURN V complex Mississippi test operations
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Mississippi test operations status of S11 test stand construction
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MILA industrial area Kennedy Space Center
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Operations and checkout building Kennedy Space Center
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Spacecraft fluid test complex MILA Kennedy Space Center
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Artists sketch LC 39 at KSC vertical assembly building and area
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GOSS network world locations APOLLO network
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Integrated mission control center building
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Integrated mission control center Manned Spacecraft Center mission operations control room_
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Space project cycle
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Texas superimposed on lunar earthside hemisphere
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ALSSAPOLLO LEM to LEM truck
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ALSSLEM truck TwoMan LRV
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APOLLO also APOLLO plus ALSS and APOLLO plus LESA
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SATURN V lunar logistics vehicle
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90day mission payload deployed configuration_
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Manned earth orbital laboratory
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GEMINI multiplemission vehicle
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APOLLO lab concepts__
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Manned orbital research laboratory
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Oppositions of Mars
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Mars landing mission profile
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Mass on orbit required for various Mars missions
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Concept of manned interplanetary spacecraft
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Mars mission module
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Mars reentry module
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Manned space flight vehicle studies
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SATURN IB
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SATURN V
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Baseline I fully recoverable
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Post SATURN class II
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Astronaut training
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Astronaut design participation
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Astronaut flight training
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Astronaut environmental training
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GEMINI mission simulator 19
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Applications___
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Space science and applications flight program
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Orbiting astronomical observatory 128 Lunar objectives
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RANGER BLOCK III
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SURVEYOR spacecraft_
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Lunar orbiter
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Status of earthbased work for lunar program
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Lunar and planetary programs
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Planetary program objectives
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MARINER Mars 1964
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Future planetary program
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Life in space program objectives
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Biosatellite
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Areas in applications
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TIROS lifetimes
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Life cycle of a cyclone
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World radiation map July 16 1961
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TIROS VIII
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Nimbus
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Meteorological program accomplishments in calendar year 1963
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Future meteorological milestones
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TELSTAR spacecraft
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ECHO II spacecraft
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RELAY spacecraft 150
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Growth of communications program_
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Advanced technological satellite_
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Advanced technological satellites launch schedule
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Light and medium launch vehicles average cost launched
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Graduate scientists and engineers entering training
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Aeronautical transportation spectrum__
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Flying and piloting characteristics_
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Effect of ablation on entry vehicle shape_
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Combustion oscillations___
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Nuclear rocket dynamics and controls facility Plum Brook
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Operating range of power sources
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Battery advancements_
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Automatic pattern recognition system
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Tracking and data acquisition
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Requirements for various programs
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Satellite network unmanned
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Satellite network growing requirements
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Satellite network improved tracking capability
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Meteorological satellite support__
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Communications satellite support
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Deep space network lunar and planetary requirements unmanned_
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Deep space network unmanned
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Single frequency system for APOLLO stations_
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Station at Cape Kennedy for APOLLO spacecraft
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APOLLO postinjection requirements
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APOLLO reentry trajectory network support
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APOLLO reentry areas requiring tracking coverage_
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Supporting research and technology
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RICHARD B RUSSELL Georgia MARGARET CHASE SMITH Maine
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March 4 1964
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