Soyuz

A Universal Spacecraft

Author: Rex Hall,David Shayler

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781852336578

Category: Science

Page: 460

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Rex Hall and Dave Shayler provide a unique history of the Soyuz spacecraft programme from conception, through development to its use, detailed in the only English language book available on this topic. Planned for publication in 2003, it will celebrate 40 years since the original concept of the Soyuz craft.

Soyuz

The Final Flight

Author: Harry A. Milman

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1543458580

Category: Fiction

Page: 438

View: 5659

When a disgruntled astronaut decides to get revenge, all hell breaks loose! By the time the final flight of the Russian space capsule, Soyuz, docks at the International Space Station, Derek Johnsonone of its passengers and the oldest astronaut to fly in spaceis sick with a severe case of food poisoning that does not respond to antibiotics, and he soon dies. Recruited to assist NASAs medical team, Dr. Bob Kramer, a forensic toxicologist and expert witness, concludes that the cause of Johnsons death is a mutated form of Campylobacter jejuni bacteria that is not normally found in nature. In Soyuza captivating, page-turning, science fiction thrillerspace exploration, mental illness, and forensic toxicology collide at the intersection of good and evil as Kramer unravels the source of a mysterious incident and suspicious deaths aboard the International Space Station.

The Soyuz Launch Vehicle

The Two Lives of an Engineering Triumph

Author: Christian Lardier,Stefan Barensky

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 146145459X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 500

View: 4155

“The Soyuz Launch Vehicle” tells the story, for the first time in a single English-language book, of the extremely successful Soyuz launch vehicle. Built as the world’s first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), Soyuz was adapted to launch not only Sputnik but also the first man to orbit Earth, and has been in service for over fifty years in a variety of forms. It has launched all Soviet manned spacecraft and is now the only means of reaching the International Space Station. It was also the workhorse for launching satellites and space probes and has recently been given a second life in French Guiana, fulfilling a commercial role in a joint venture with France. No other launch vehicle has had such a long and illustrious history. This remarkable book gives a complete and accurate description of the two lives of Soyuz, chronicling the recent cooperative space endeavors of Europe and Russia. The book is presented in two parts: Christian Lardier chronicles the “first life” in Russia while Stefan Barensky explores its “second life,” covering Starsem, the Franco-Russian company and implementation of technology for the French Guiana Space Agency by ESA. Part One has been developed from Russian sources, providing a descriptive approach to very technical issues. The second part of the book tells the contemporary story of the second life of Soyuz, gathered from Western sources and interviews with key protagonists. “The Soyuz Launch Vehicle” is a detailed description of a formidable human adventure, with its political, technical, and commercial ramifications. At a time when a new order was taking shape in the space sector, the players being the United States, Russia, Europe and Asia, and when economic difficulties sometimes made it tempting to give up, this book reminds us that in the global sector, nothing is impossible.

Apollo Soyuz mission report

Author: Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center,Chester M. Lee

Publisher: Univelt

ISBN: N.A

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 322

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Praxis Manned Spaceflight Log 1961-2006

Author: Tim Furniss,Shayler David,Michael D. Shayler

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387739807

Category: Science

Page: 830

View: 8152

This flagship work charts a complete chronological log of orbital manned spaceflight. Included are the X-15 "astroflights" of the 1960s, and the two 1961 Mercury and Redstone missions which were non-orbital. There is an image depicting each manned spaceflight, and data boxes containing brief biographies of all the space travelers. The main text is a narrative of each mission, its highlights and accomplishments, including the strange facts and humorous stories connected to every mission. The resulting book is a handy reference to all manned spaceflights, the names of astronauts and cosmonauts who flew on each mission, their roles and accomplishments.

Russia's Cosmonauts

Inside the Yuri Gagarin Training Center

Author: Rex D. Hall,Shayler David,Bert Vis

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387739755

Category: Science

Page: 386

View: 5954

There is no competition since this is the first book in the English language on cosmonaut selection and training Offers a unique and original discussion on how Russia prepares its cosmonauts for spaceflight. Contains original interviews and photographs with first-hand information obtained by the authors on visits to Star City Provides an insight to the role of cosmonauts in the global space programme of the future. Reviews the training both of Russian cosmonauts in other countries and of foreign cosmonauts in Star City

The Partnership

A NASA History of the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project

Author: Edward Clinton Ezell,Linda Neuman Ezell

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486135918

Category: Science

Page: 584

View: 5389

Authorized NASA history of the first joint U.S.-Soviet space flight features many interviews with participants and firsthand observations of project activities. 86 pages of photos and a full-color insert. 1978 edition.

Soyuz Owners' Workshop Manual

1967 onwards (all models) - An insight into Russia's flagship spacecraft, from Moon missions to the International Space Station

Author: David Baker

Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK

ISBN: 9780857334053

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 176

View: 3248

The Soyuz spacecraft played a major role in Russia's plans for a manned landing on the Moon and several test models were flown at the height of the 'space race'. Originally designed for circumlunar flight, Soyuz has been the mainstay of Russia's space program.

Outposts on the Frontier

A Fifty-Year History of Space Stations

Author: Jay Chladek

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803222920

Category: History

Page: 520

View: 7304

The International Space Station (ISS) is the largest man-made structure to orbit Earth and has been conducting research for close to a decade and a half. Yet it is only the latest in a long line of space stations and laboratories that have flown in orbit since the early 1970s. The histories of these earlier programs have been all but forgotten as the public focused on other, higher-profile adventures such as the Apollo moon landings. A vast trove of stories filled with excitement, danger, humor, sadness, failure, and success, Outposts on the Frontier reveals how the Soviets and the Americans combined strengths to build space stations over the past fifty years. At the heart of these scientific advances are people of both greatness and modesty. Jay Chladek documents the historical tapestry of the people, the early attempts at space station programs, and how astronauts and engineers have contributed to and shaped the ISS in surprising ways. Outposts on the Frontier delves into the intriguing stories behind the USAF Manned Orbiting Laboratory, the Almaz and Salyut programs, Skylab, the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, Spacelab, Mir station, Spacehab, and the ISS and gives past-due attention to Vladimir Chelomei, the Russian designer whose influence in space station development is as significant as Sergei Korolev’s in rocketry. Outposts on the Frontier is an informative and dynamic history of humankind’s first outposts on the frontier of space.

Rendezvous in space

Soyuz Apollo

Author: Lev Aleksandrovich Lebedev,Aleksandr Romanov

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Science

Page: 208

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The Story of Space Station Mir

Author: David M. Harland

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387739779

Category: Science

Page: 424

View: 8356

* Details how a succession of Salyut space stations led to the development of Mir. * Depicts Mir’s assembly piece by piece, in space, between 1982 and 1996. * Describes how Mir became an international research laboratory. * Advises how Mir technology went on to form the ‘core modules’ of the ISS. * The definitive account of Mir throughout its life through to de-orbiting in March 2001.

Soviet and Russian Lunar Exploration

Author: Brian Harvey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387739769

Category: Science

Page: 318

View: 3171

This book tells the story of the Soviet and Russian lunar programme, from its origins to the present-day federal Russian space programme. Brian Harvey describes the techniques devised by the USSR for lunar landing, from the LK lunar module to the LOK lunar orbiter and versions tested in Earth’s orbit. He asks whether these systems would have worked and examines how well they were tested. He concludes that political mismanagement rather than technology prevented the Soviet Union from landing cosmonauts on the moon. The book is well timed for the return to the moon by the United States and the first missions there by China and India.

The International Space Station

Building for the Future

Author: John E. Catchpole

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387781455

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 389

View: 3541

A comprehensive, highly readable account of complex, technical, political and human endeavor and a worthy successor to Creating the International Space Station (Springer Praxis, January 2002) by David Harland and John Catchpole. This volume details for the first time the construction and occupation of the International Space Station from 2002 through to 2008, when it should reach American “Core Complete”.

Space Rescue

Ensuring the Safety of Manned Spacecraft

Author: Shayler David

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387739963

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 356

View: 1187

Looks forward to the completion of the ISS, possibility of return to the moon, manned flights to Mars, and the prospect of safety and rescue far beyond. Describes the role of Mission Control and recovery forces in ensuring the support from the ground to the crew in space. Provides a unique range of historic archive of material on the Russian programme. Presents a review of the Columbia accident, its investigation and various proposed rescue scenarios. Details escape systems devised for rocket research aircraft, early manned spacecraft, abort and recovery options from Earth orbit, and from lunar distance. Demonstrates that crew safety has been a factor in planning and mounting on all manned spaceflights.

Apollo Soyuz

Author: Walter Froehlich

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Apollo Soyuz Test Project

Page: 131

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Russia in Space

The failed frontier?

Author: Brian Harvey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781852332037

Category: Science

Page: 330

View: 4785

Until the Apollo-Soyuz flight of 1972, the Russian Space Program was shrouded in such complete secrecy that only rumors of failures (or catastrophes) reached the West. This comprehensive history of the Russian Space Program, from its Sputnik origins to the privatized Mir Space Station, addresses the technical, political, historical, human, and organizational issues and provides a balanced focus on the manned and unmanned programs. It is the first book to assess the Russian Space Program including the 10-year period since the fall of communism.

Apollo-Soyuz [experiments in space]

Author: Lou Williams Page,Thornton Page,United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Science

Page: N.A

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The First Soviet Cosmonaut Team

Their Lives and Legacies

Author: Colin Burgess,Rex Hall

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 038784824X

Category: Science

Page: 356

View: 7592

The First Soviet Cosmonaut Team will relate who these men were and offer far more extensive background stories, in addition to those of the more familiar names of early Soviet space explorers from that group. Many previously-unpublished photographs of these “missing” candidates will also be included for the first time in this book. It will be a detailed, but highly readable and balanced account of the history, training and experiences of the first group of twenty cosmonauts of the USSR. A covert recruitment and selection process was set in motion throughout the Soviet military in August 1959, just prior to the naming of America’s Mercury astronauts. Those selected were ordered to report for training at a special camp outside of Moscow in the spring of 1960. Just a year later, Senior Lieutenant Yuri Gagarin of the Soviet Air Force (promoted in flight to the rank of major) was launched aboard a Vostok spacecraft and became the first person ever to achieve space flight and orbit the Earth.