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Engineering, Construction, and Operations in Space IIIThe present volume on engineering, construction, and operations in space discusses surface structures on the moon and Mars, surface equipment, construction, and transportation on the moon and Mars, in situ materials use and processing, and space energy. Attention is given to such orbital structures as LEO and the space station, space mining and excavation, space materials, space automation and robotics, and space life support systems. Topics addressed include lunar-based astronomy, space systems integration, terrestrial support for space functions, and space education. Also discussed are space plans, policy, and history, space science and engineering, geoengineering and space exploration, and the construction and development of a human habitat on Mars.
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Acquisition Source
Johnson Space Center
Document Type
Willy Z. Sadeh
(Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado, United States)
Stein Sture
(University of Colorado Boulder Boulder, Colorado, United States)
Russell J. Miller
(Colorado School of Mines Golden, Colorado, United States)
Date Acquired
August 16, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1992
Publication Information
Publication: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference (Space '92)
Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers
Volume: 1 & 2
ISBN: 978-0872628687
Subject Category
Astronautics (General)
Meeting Information
Meeting: 3rd International Conference (Space '92)
Location: Denver, CO
Country: US
Start Date: May 31, 1992
End Date: June 4, 1992
Sponsors: American Society of Civil Engineers
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Content with NO Permission
Space life support systems
Aerospace engineering
Construction engineering
Space colonies
Space structures
Space exploration
Engineering education

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