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NASA and Space Exploration

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1. Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports (STAR)
NASA Scientific and Technical Information, Washington, D.C.
STAR is a journal that lists citations with abstracts for aerospace related reports obtained from world wide sources and announces documents that have recently been entered into the NASA Scientific and Technical Information Database.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.9/4:[volume/number]
Online version: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS9248
2. Space, the new frontier (1964)
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., George Gardner, editor
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:6/2
3. Manned Space Flight Team (1963)
NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:11
4. Space Resources for the High School: Industrial Arts Resource Units (1967)
NASA, Washington D.C.
This publication was prepared in connection with a conference conducted by the University of South Florida, with the cooperation of the Florida State Dept. of Education and NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:44
5. Putting Satellites to Work (part of the series America in Space: the First Decade) (1969)
William R. Corliss, NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:53
6. Log of Apollo 11 (1969)
NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:72
7. Apollo 13:Houston, we've got a problem. (1970)
NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:76
8. Why Man Explores: A Symposium Held at Beckman Auditorium, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena California, July 2, 1976 (1977)
NASA, Washington D.C.
This publication was prepared from the transcript of a panel discussion (composed of: Norman Cousins, Philip Morrison, James Michener, Jacques Cousteau, and Ray Bradbury) ... in conjunction with the Viking mission to Mars.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:123
9. Space Flight Research Relevant to Health, Physical Education, and Recreation: with particular reference to Skylab's Life Science Experiments (1979)
Wayne D. Van Huss and William W. Heusner, NASA, Washington, D.C.
A Project of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance with the support and assistance of NASA.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:148
10. Aboard the Space Shuttle (1980)
Florence S. Steinberg, NASA Division of Public Affairs, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:169
11. The Voyager Flights to Jupiter and Saturn (1982)
NASA, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:191
12. NASA Initiatives with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (1985)
NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:210
13. Space Station (1985)
David A. Anderton, NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:211
14. To Uranus and Beyond (1987)
NASA, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
SuDoc number: NAS 1.19:260
15. How We Get Pictures From Space, Revised edition (part of the series: NASA Facts) (1987)
Robert Haynes, NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.20:NF-151/987
16. Life Into Space: Space Life Sciences Experiments, Ames Research Center, Kennedy Space Center 1991-1998: Including Profiles of 1996-1998 Experiments (2000)
NASA, Washington D.C. and Ames Research Center, Kenneth Souza, Guy Etheridge, and Paul X. Callahan, editors
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:2000-534
17. Shuttle-Mir = [Mir-shattl]: The United States and Russia Share History's Highest Stage (part of the series NASA History Series) (2001)
Clay Morgan, NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:2001-4225
18. Uplink-Downlink: A History of the Deep Space Network 1957-1997 (part of the series NASA History Series) (2001)
Douglas J. Mudgway, NASA History Office, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:2001-4227
Online version: http://history.nasa.gov/SP-4227/Uplink-Downlink.pdf
19. Apollo Expeditions to the Moon (1975)
Scientific and Technical Information Office, NASA, Washington D.C., Edgar M. Cortright, editor
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:350
Online version: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/SP-350/cover.html
20. Biomedical Results of Apollo (1975)
NASA, Scientific and Technical Information Office, Washington, D.C., Richard S. Johnston, Lawrence F. Dietlein, M.D. and Charles A. Berry, M.D., Managing editors
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21: 368
Online version: http://lsda.jsc.nasa.gov/books/apollo/cover.htm
21. Biomedical Results from Skylab (1977)
NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, Washington, D.C., Richard S. Johnston and Lawrence F. Dietlein, editors
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:377
Online version: http://lsda.jsc.nasa.gov/books/skylab/skylabcover.htm
22. Pioneer Odyssey, Revised edition (1977)
Richard O. Fimmel, William Swindell and Eric Burgess, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:396
Online version: http://history.nasa.gov/SP-349/sp349.htm
23. Space Settlements: A Design Study (1977)
NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, Washington D.C., Richard D. Johnson and Charles Holbrow, editors
Papers in this publication were authored by the participants of the 1975 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program in Engineering Systems Design under the sponsorship of NASA, and the American Society for Engineering Education and directed by Ames Research Center and Stanford University.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:413
24. Geomorphology from Space: A Global Overview of Regional Landforms (1986)
NASA, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Washington, D.C., Nicholas M. Short and Robert W. Blair, Jr., editors
This NASA publication was designed for use by the remote sensing science and educational communities to study landforms and landscapes.  The core of this book is a gallery of space imagery consisting of 237 plates, each treating a geographic region where a particular landform theme is exemplified.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21: 486
Online version:
http://daac.gsfc.nasa.gov/DAAC_DOCS/geomorphology/GEO_HOME_PAGE.html
25. The Space Shuttle Decision: NASA's Search for a Reusable Space Vehicle (1999)
T.A. Heppenheimer, NASA History Office, Washington D.C
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:4221
Online version: http://history.nasa.gov/SP-4221/sp4221.htm
26. Spaceflight Revolution: NASA Langley Research Center: From Sputnik to Apollo (part of the series NASA History Series) (1995)
James R. Hansen, NASA, Washington, D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:4308
27. Dreams, Hopes, Realities: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center: The First Forty Years (part of the series NASA History Series) (1999)
Lane E. Wallace, NASA, Washington D.C.
This publication traces the legacy of successes, risks, disappointments, and internationally recognized triumphs of the Goddard Space Flight Center's first 40 years.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.21:4312
28. Discovering Mars (1997)
Solar System Exploration Division, NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.83:1997-02-223 HQ
29. Discovering Saturn (1997)
Solar System Exploration Division, NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.83:1997-02-224 HQ
30. Discovering Jupiter (1997)
Solar System Exploration Division, NASA, Washington D.C.
SuDoc number: NAS 1.83:1997-02-225 HQ
31. SETI: Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (1990)
NASA, Washington D.C.; Ames Research Center, SETI Office; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, SETI Office, California Technology Institute
SuDoc number: NAS 1.83:114/990
32. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) (Web Site)
NASA's mission, according to its web site, is To understand and protect our home planet, to explore the universe and search for life, to inspire the next generation of explorers as only NASA can.  Amazing images, historical facts, interactive features, educational materials, and a wealth of other information is available.
Web Site URL: http://www.nasa.gov/
33. NASA History Series Publications (Web Site)
This web site has a list of various titles published in the NASA History Series, many of which have links to online versions.  Selected other NASA Special Publications not in the NASA History Series are also listed and many have online versions as well.
Web Site URL: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/series95.html
34. NASA Space Link (Web Site)
This web site, An Aeronautics and Space Resource for Education Since 1988, is the official home to the NASA Education Division's electronic publications and NASA Television's education schedule.  The Library is also a guide to NASA's Internet resources and has the capability to search all of NASA.
Web Site URL (electronic publications): http://spacelink.nasa.gov/products/
35. NASA History Office (Web Site)
This web site is intended to disseminate aerospace information as widely as possible and, while most of the NASA History Office products are geared toward scholars, journalists, and students, many of them are of interest to a broader audience.  Contains links to other NASA divisions, publications, and images.
Web Site URL: http://history.nasa.gov/
36. NIX (NASA Image eXchange) (Web Site)
NIX is a web-based search engine for simultaneously searching one or more of NASA's online image and photo collections. A NIX search returns thumbnail sized images, textual descriptions, image numbers, links to higher resolution images, links to more information, and links to the NASA Center that stores each image.
Web Site URL: http://nix.nasa.gov/
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