Walking The Space Between

Autore: Melinda Webber
Editore:
ISBN: 9781877398384
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Walking In Space

Autore: David Shayler
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781852337100
Grandezza: 15,46 MB
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Over the past 35 years more than 100 individual astronauts and cosmonauts have performed nearly 200 EVAs, (spacewalks), either singularly or in teams in Earth orbit, deep space or on the Moon. In 'Walking in Space: Development of Space Walking Techniques' the author, Dave Shayler, shows how hardware and crew members are prepared for, protected and supported during every EVA. He demonstrates how past experiences have led to improved training techniques and how this, in turn, has provided many successes and future developments.

Sputnik Explorer I

Autore: Samuel Willard Crompton
Editore: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438104243
Grandezza: 62,75 MB
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The cold war served as the backdrop of the competition to find out which superpower - the United States or the Soviet Union - could reach outer space first. On October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik I, and the space race was officially on. Featuring images, this work presents a description of the unforgettable time in modern history.

Who Walks In Space

Autore: Linda Tagliaferro
Editore: Raintree
ISBN: 140621941X
Grandezza: 66,34 MB
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If you've ever dreamt of being an astronaut, read this book to find out what types of daring and important jobs you could do in space, from commanding spacecrafts to fixing equipment to conducting research.

Space Walks

Autore: Kathleen W. Deady
Editore: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736814027
Grandezza: 37,81 MB
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Explains what it feels like to walk in space, describes the equipment needed to do so, and tells about the first people to walk in space.

Marswalk One

Autore: Shayler David
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781846285967
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MARSWALK ONE: First Steps on a New Planet addresses the question of why we should embark on a journey to Mars, documenting what the first human crew will do when they place their feet in the red dust of the planet. The book also addresses why we need to carry out these tasks and, more importantly, what a human crew could achieve that an automated mission could not. Understanding the clear benefits of sending a human crew to the surface of Mars, and how these benefits can be seen back on Earth, is the key to sustained long-term public and political support for the programme in terms of cash and commitment. The book accepts that the journey will be made, but does not specify precisely when. Flight time, and how to get to and from the planet are discussed briefly, to understand why the suggested duration spent at Mars is reasonable. The main objective of the work is to look at what science will be done on the surface – supported by orbital operations – and what hardware and technology will be employed to achieve the mission objectives. This analysis is drawn from previous experiences in manned and unmanned space programmes, including Apollo, Skylab, Salyut/Mir, Shuttle and ISS, Viking, Luna/Lunokhod, and recent Mars missions such as Pathfinder and Global Surveyor. In addition, new interviews with key personalities involved in planning Martian exploration, and discussions about current thoughts on what we need to accomplish on Mars when we get there, will provide a lively and thought provoking account that could generate fresh debate. When the decision is finally made to go to Mars, it will be made in the knowledge that most of the world knows why we are going and what benefits mankind will see for the effort. The authors’ primary objective is to begin this understanding.

Space Walks

Autore: Dana Meachen Rau
Editore: Capstone
ISBN: 9780756508517
Grandezza: 44,68 MB
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Describes the training, equipment, and responsibilities of astronauts who participate in space walks, and explains why space walks are important.

Materiality In Institutions

Autore: François-Xavier de Vaujany
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 3319974726
Grandezza: 17,73 MB
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This book aims at clarifying the role of materiality, spaces, digitality and embodiment in institutional dynamics from the perspective of Management & Organization Studies. Presenting a rich set of theoretical, methodological and epistemological advances on materiality and institutions, it also gives voice to distinctive and diverse perspectives on materiality in institutions, structuring chapters into four major topics: artefacts and objects, digitality and information, space and time, body and embodiment. This book sparks discussion and debate about ontological dimensions of Management & Organization Studies, including post-discursive, visual, phenomenological and material. With a foreword by Professor Thomas B. Lawrence, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.

Space Mural

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Editore: Learning Media Ltd
ISBN: 9780478247756
Grandezza: 79,12 MB
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Bluebonnet At Johnson Space Center

Autore: Casad, Mary Brooke
Editore: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9781455601318
Grandezza: 36,25 MB
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Bluebonnet the armadillo visits the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston and takes a ride on the space shuttle.

Performance Space Utopia

Autore: S. Jestrovic
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 1137291672
Grandezza: 54,78 MB
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Over 20 years after the war in Yugoslavia, this book looks back at its two most iconic cities and the phenomenon of exile emerging as a consequence of living in them in the 1990s. It uses examples ranging from street interventions to theatre performances to explore the making of urban counter-sites through theatricality and utopian performatives.

Walking Between Slums And Skyscrapers

Autore: Tsung-Yi Michelle Huang
Editore: Hong Kong University Press
ISBN: 9622096360
Grandezza: 27,55 MB
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The book is concerned with the effects of globalization on living space (i.e. the space of everyday life), focusing specifically on East Asian metropolises, such as Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Shanghai. Globalization has given rise to accessible catch-phrases such as the "global village" and "this is a small world." In each part of the book the author juxtaposes a "social" account of the city's urban space as it has been reshaped by the process of globalization with a "private" account of the urban landscape as experienced by its walkers (as represented in the films of Wong Kar-wai and Shinya Tsukamoto and the novels of Wang Anyi). Rather than rest here, the author wishes to show that for many of the inhabitants of the new global city, the "shrinking world" phenomenon is deeply literal: the "lived" space of everyday life is shrinking to make room for rezoning, construction of new infrastructures, space modification — all in the name of urban development.

Storms From The Sun

Autore: Michael J. Carlowicz
Editore: Joseph Henry Press
ISBN: 9780309076425
Grandezza: 34,10 MB
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Examines the emerging physical science of space weather and the impact the sun and solar storms have on Earth life.

An Illustrated Timeline Of Space Exploration

Autore: Patricia Wooster
Editore: Capstone
ISBN: 1404870180
Grandezza: 40,26 MB
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Presents a timeline of the history of space exploration, from the earliest astronomers to the creation of satellite and spacecraft technology and the possible future of space travel.

Itf Research Reports Pedestrian Safety Urban Space And Health

Autore: International Transport Forum
Editore: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 928210365X
Grandezza: 51,94 MB
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This report presents decision-makers with hard evidence on the important place of walking in transport policies and provide guidelines for developing a safe environment conducive to walking.

Russia S Cosmonauts

Autore: Rex D. Hall
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387739755
Grandezza: 35,75 MB
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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

Car Troubles

Autore: Dr Arlene Tigar McLaren
Editore: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409488268
Grandezza: 78,83 MB
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Car Troubles central premise is that the car as the dominant mode of travel needs to be problematized. It examines a wide range of issues that are central to automobility by situating it within social, economic, and political contexts, and by combining social theory, specific case studies and policy-oriented analysis. With an international team of contributors the book provides a coherent and comprehensive analysis of the global phenomenon of automobility from the Anglo world to the cases in China and Chile and all the elements that relate to it.

Suited For Spacewalking A Teacher S Guide With Activities For Technology Education Mathematics And Science

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Editore: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428927484
Grandezza: 25,89 MB
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Maya Deren And The American Avant Garde

Autore: Bill Nichols
Editore: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520227323
Grandezza: 36,97 MB
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Regarded as one of the founders of the postwar American independent cinema, Maya Deren was a poet, photographer, ethnographer and filmaker. These essays examine Deren's writings, films, and legacy from a variety of perspectives.

James Lovell

Autore: Jan Goldberg
Editore: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780823944590
Grandezza: 79,18 MB
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A biography of James Lovell that encompasses the astronaut's birth, childhood, education, NASA training, mission experience, and post-space life and work.