The Rebirth of the Russian Space Program: 50 Years After Sputnik, New Frontiers (Sähköinen Google-kirja)

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Springer Science & Business Media, 25.11.2007 - 384 sivua
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The Rebirth of the Russian Space Program looks at the Russian space programme in 2007, 50 years after Sputnik. Brian Harvey covers all the key elements of the current Russian space programme, from manned to unmanned missions; the various types of unmanned applications programmes; the military programme; the infrastructure of production, launch centres and tracking; the commercialization of the programme and its relationship with western companies; and the programme in a comparative global context. Strong emphasis is placed on Russia’s future space intentions and on new programmes and missions in prospect, such as Soyuz in Kourou, Kliper, Phobos Grunt and the Angara launcher. End matter contains a list of all missions since January 1991 to December 2006.
  

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Almost the end
1
The admiration of the world
5
The collapse
7
the long recovery
11
conclusions
16
Building the International Space Station
17
the last phases of Mir
19
grief in out hearts
25
START
180
Dnepr
182
Volna Shtil and relatives
185
Angara
187
Russian rocket engines
192
the most powerful rockets in the world
193
RD180 powers the Arlas
196
Kosberg bureauKBKha in Voronezh
199

The mark of Cassandra
29
Building the ISS
35
Waiting for Mir 2
37
Delay delay and delay
39
Zvezda 12th July 2000
40
Soyuz as lifeboat
43
Space station routine
46
Space station depends on Russia
57
Completing the space station
67
conclusions
74
References
75
Scientific and applications programs
77
the new generation
83
Weather satellites
87
Resurs DK Sich M Monitor
89
Foton
94
Koronas Spektr
96
Small satellites
100
conclusions
101
References
103
Military programs
104
Photoreconnaisance
106
Yantar 4K2 Kobalt
109
Yantar 1KFT Kometa
110
Yantar 4KS2 Neman
111
Don and Yenisey
112
Araks
114
Tselina
116
US P Legenda
118
Strela Gonetz Potok
121
Parus Nadezhda
124
GLONASS
127
Oko Prognoz
132
conclusion
136
References
138
Launchers and engines
139
Ikar Fregat
142
Rus program
144
Cosmos 3M
151
Proton and Proton M
155
Proton M
160
Tsyklon
164
Zenit
167
Zenit 3S1 the Sea Launch
170
Rockot
175
Strela
179
Isayev bureauKHIMMASH
200
And from history Kuznetsovs NK33
201
Reliability
203
rockets and rocket engine
205
Launch sites
207
Baikonour
208
Plesetsk
221
SvobodnyBlagoveshensk
227
DombarovskaYasny
229
the Volgograd station
234
Alcantara
235
Recovery zones
237
Deorbit zones
244
Other ground facilities
246
TsUP
254
Military mission control
257
conclusions
262
References
263
The design bureaus
265
Energiya premier design bureau
266
Chelomeis bureau and derivatives
269
NPO Lavochkin
270
missile lines like sausages
273
NPO PM builder of comsats
276
the oldest design bureau
277
NPO Polyot
279
New space agency
281
Russias space budget
283
From commercialization to space tourism
285
Participation in the global commercial space community
293
rogue states
302
Chine
306
India
310
conclusions
312
References
313
Resurgentthe new projects
315
The federal space plan
317
Kliper
318
Luna Glob
325
Phobos Grunt
326
no girls please were going to Mars
330
Final remarks
334
References
335
Launchings 20006
336
Index
345
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