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  • Moon Trip
    A Personal Account of the Apollo Program and its Science 1989 Dr Elbert A King Reprinted with permission from the estate of Dr Elbert A King Download complete volume Contents Front matter Prologue I The Space Center II Astronaut Geology Training III Lunar Receiving Laboratory IV Tektites and Meteorites V First Lunar Landing VI The Lunar Samples VII Apollo 12 through Apollo 17 VIII Post NASA Epilogue Back to Books

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/moonTrip/index.shtml (2016-02-15)
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  • Lunar Bases and Space Activities of the 21st Century
    Part 5 Science on the Moon 4 MB Astronomical Interferometry on the Moon Bernard F Burke A Moon Earth Radio Interferometer Jack O Burns A Very Low Frequency Radio Astronomy Observatory on the Moon James N Douglas and Harlan J Smith Lunar Based Gamma Ray Astronomy Robert C Haymes Irradiation of the Moon by Galactic Cosmic Rays and Other Particles James H Adams Jr and Maurice M Shapiro Celestial Sources of High Energy Neutrinos as Viewed from a Lunar Observatory Maurice M Shapiro and Rein Silberberg A Lunar Neutrino Detector M Cherry and K Lande Neutrino Measurements on the Moon Albert G Petschek Mass Extinctions and Cosmic Collisions A Lunar Test Friedrich Hörz Part 6 Lunar Construction 2 5 MB Lunar Base Design Peter Land A Surface Assembled Superstructure Envelope System to Support Regolith Mass Shielding for an Initial Operational Capability Lunar Base Jan Kaplicky and David Nixon Concrete for Lunar Base Construction T D Lin Concrete and Other Cement Based Composites for Lunar Base Construction J Francis Young Magma Ceramic and Fused Adobe Structures Generated In Situ E Nader Khalili Lava Tubes Potential Shelters for Habitats Friedrich Hörz Design of Lunar Based Facilities The Challenge of a Lunar Observatory Stewart W Johnson and Ray S Leonard Environmental Considerations and Waste Planning on the Lunar Surface Randall Briggs and Albert Sacco Jr Part 7 Lunar Materials and Processes 3 MB Toward a Spartan Scenario for Use of Lunar Materials Larry A Haskin Mining for Lunar Base Support E R Podnieks and W W Roepke Electrostatic Concentration of Lunar Soil Minerals William N Agosto In Situ Rock Melting Applied to Lunar Base Construction and for Exploration Drilling and Coring on the Moon John C Rowley and Joseph W Neudecker Microwave Processing of Lunar Materials Potential Applications Thomas T Meek David T Vaniman Franklin H Cocks and Robin A Wright Mechanical Properties of Lunar Materials Under Anhydrous Hard Vacuum Conditions Applications of Lunar Glass Structural Components James D Blacic Guide to Using Lunar Soil and Simulants for Experimentation J H Allton C Galindo Jr and L A Watts Fractional Distillation in a Lunar Envoronment Donald R Pettit Lunar Machining William Lewis Part 8 Oxygen Predude to Lunar Industrialization 3 MB A Parametric Analysis of Lunar Oxygen Production Michael C Simon Lunar Oxygen Production from Ilmenite Michael A Gibson and Christian W Knudsen Oxygen Extraction from Lunar Materials An Experimental Test of an Ilmenite Reduction Process Richard J Williams A Carbothermal Scheme for Lunar Oxygen Production Andrew Hall Cutler and Peter Krag Lunar Regolith Fines A Source of Hydrogen James L Carter Hydrogen Recovery from Extraterrestrial Materials Using Microwave Energy D S Tucker D T Vaniman J L Anderson F W Clinard Jr R C Feber Jr H M Frost T T Meek and T C Wallace Microbial Extraction of Hydrogen from Lunar Dust David C White and Peter Hirsch Hydrogen and Water Desorption on the Moon Approximate On Line Simulations G E Blanford P Børgesen M Maurette W Möller and B Monart

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/lunar_bases/ (2016-02-15)
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  • The Geology of the Terrestrial Planets
    Based Radar Observations of the Surface Spacecraft Observations Constraints on the Composition of Venus Venera Lander Results Eolian Erosion and Transport Chemical Weathering Global Topography and Surface Roughness Surface Roughness Bright Radar Rings Gravity Plate Tectonics on Venus Acknowledgments 5 Earth Introduction General Properties Plate Tectonics The Interior of Earth Formation of Earth The Archean The Proterozoic Evolution of the Atmosphere and Hydrosphere Summary Acknowledgments 6 Moon Introduction Craters Basins

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/geologyTerraPlanets/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Planetary Science: A Lunar Perspective
    Exploration of the Solar System 2 MB Chapter 2 Geology and Stratigraphy 5 MB Chapter 3 Meteorite Impacts Craters and Multi Ring Basins 7 MB Chapter 4 Planetary Surfaces 8 MB Chapter 5 Planetary Crusts 12 MB Chapter 6 Basaltic Volcanism 10 MB Chapter 7 Planetary Interiors 4 MB Chapter 8 The Chemical Composition of the Planets 5 MB Chapter 9 The Origin and Evolution of the Moon and Planets

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/planetary_science/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Lunar Stratigraphy and Sedimentology
    and Mass Wasting Internal Energy The Volcanic Contribution Other Energy Sources Concluding Remarks References Chapter 3 Hypervelocity Impact Cratering Mechanics Crater Shape Energy Partitioning During Impact References Chapter 4 Stratigraphy and Chronology of the Moon s Crust Lunar Topography Early History of the Moon Lunar Stratigraphy Stratigraphic Units Major Basin Stratigraphy References Chapter 5 Lithology and Depositional History of Major Lunar Material Units Introduction Lithology of the Fra Mauro Lithologies

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/lunar_stratigraphy/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Planetary Science Nuggets
    Snowfall on Mars Chemical Factories on Comets Evidence of Crusty Impacts on Early Earth Curiosity Investigates Details About Water in Mars Soil Did Saturn s Moon Have a Subsurface Global Ocean Massive Eruptions on Io Feldspar rich Rock Units Identified on Mars Filled Craters Evidence of Mantle Material Object Discovered with the Most Distant Known Orbit in the Solar System Understanding the Plasma Field Around Jupiter by Looking at Auroras from its Moons Glass coated Viruses Thrive in Extreme Environments Finding Glycine may be an indicator of past life Early Life Had Limited Raw Materials At Its Disposal Bound Hydroxide Confirmed on Phobos 7 Deimos Jupiter s Shrinking Great Red Spot Characterizing the Lunar Dust Environment First results from LADEE Dust measurements Characterizing the Lunar Atmosphere First results from LADEE Argon measurements Characterizing the Lunar Atmosphere First Results From LADEE Sodium Observations Elements for Life are Universal Signals for Early Atmospheric Escape from D H ratios in Mudstones from Gale Crater Exploring the Solar Wind on the Way to mars with MAVEN MESSENGER Detects Seasonal Variation of Mercury s Exosphere MESSENGER Confirms the Equatorial Elipticity and Polar Oblateness for Mercury MESSENGER Detects Structure and Dynamics of Mercury s Magnetospheric Cusp

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/nuggets/2014/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Callisto Crater Database
    images and soon with Galileo images Please read the README guide file It has descriptions references acknowledgements and caveats regarding the database If you use the database for research please reference the appropriate work as described in the README file If you find an obvious error please let me know about it The database and its description can be downloaded in various formats see below Database last updated June 27

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/cc/cchome.shtml (2016-02-15)
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  • Ganymede Crater Database
    images and soon with Galileo images Please read the README guide file It has descriptions references acknowledgements and caveats regarding the database If you use the database for research please reference the appropriate work as described in the README file If you find an obvious error please let me know about it The database and its description can be downloaded in various formats see below Database last updated July 7

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/gc/gchome.shtml (2016-02-15)
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