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Corliss, William R. The Viking Mission to Mars. Foreword by Edgar M. Cortright. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1974. vii, 77 pages. Photographs. Illustrations. NASA SP-334. 'The possibility of Martian-life--extinct, extant, or future--is the target of the Viking program that is described in detail in this publication. The two Viking spacecraft, to be launched in 1975, will be Orbiter-Lander combinations.' - Page 3. Good soft cover. Former library copy with usual stamps. #27416. $20
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Cote, Charles, Ralph Taylor, and Eugene Gilbert, editors. Nimbus 6 Random Access Measurement System Applications Experiments. Foreword by Charles E. Cote and John Masterson. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1982. Small 4to (medium-large book). vi, 99 pages. Photographs. Illustrations. Tables. Figures. NASA SP-457. The Nimbus 6 RAMS program performed atmospheric and oceanographic research with a meteorological satellite. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with usual stamps; label on upper front cover, all corners tape reinforced. #27407. $175
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DeVincenzi, Donald L., and John R. Bagby, editors. Orbiting Quarantine Facility: The Antaeus Report. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1981. Small 4to (medium-large book). xii, 134 pages. Bibliographical references. Illustrations. Figures. Folding figures. NASA SP-454. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with usual stamps; corners reinforced with tape. #27431. $150
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Goddard Space Flight Center. Ariel I: The First International Satellite. Foreword by Robert C. Baumann. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, 1963. Small 4to (medium-large book). viii, 76 pages. Bibliographical references. Illustrations. Frontispiece photograph. NASA SP-43. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with stamp on half-title page, barcode inside rear cover. #27401. $25
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Goddard Space Flight Center. Ariel I: The First International Satellite: Experimental Results. Foreword by Harrie Massey. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, 1966. Small 4to (medium-large book). viii, 158 pages. Bibliographical references. Illustrations. Frontispiece photograph. NASA SP-119. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with stamp on half-title page, barcode inside rear cover. #27402. $75
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Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. The Observatory Generation of Satellites: Session II of a Special Astronautics Symposium held at the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, December 27, 1962, during the 129th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, 1963. Small 4to (medium-large book). v, 62 pages. Bibliographical references. Photographs. Illustrations. NASA SP-30. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with usual stamps. #27422. $40
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Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. Ranger VIII: Photographs of the Moon. Part I: Camera 'A' Series. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, 1964. Folio (very large book). ix, 17 pages. 199 photographic plates. Photographs. NASA SP-61. Prepared under contract for NASA. Very good softcover. Front cover has been soiled, edges slightly worn. #22215. $45
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Lent, Constantin Paul. Rocket Research: History and Handbook. First Issue, July 11, 1944. New York: Pen-Ink Publishing Company, 1944. [2], 102, [5] pages. Index. Photographs. Illustrations. Fair hardcover. Paper-covered boards, backstrip slightly chipped and loose in places. Internally good. #24212. $70
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National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Atmospheric Lidar Working Group. Shuttle Atmospheric Lidar Research Program: Final Report of the Atmospheric Lidar Working Group. Preface by Edward V. Browell. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1979. Small 4to (medium-large book). v, 220 pages. Bibliographical references. Illustrations. Tables. Figures. NASA SP-433. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with usual stamps, corners reinforced with tape; pages 155-58 torn because of manufacturing error. #27423. $45
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Neugebauer, M., D. K. Yeomans, J. C. Brandt, and R. W. Hobbs, editors. Space Missions to Comets. Washington: NASA Scientific and Technical Branch, 1979. Small 4to (medium-large book). v, 226 pages. Bibliographical references. Photographs. Illustrations. NASA Conference Publication, 2089. A conference sponsored by NASA Office of Space Science and held at the Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, October 1977. Good hardcover. Exlibrary: spine call number, stamps on top, fore and bottom edges, stamp inside front cover, on title page and verso; barcode label and stamp on rear flyleaf, stamp inside rear cover. #26906. $25
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Saunders, Joseph F., editor. The Experiments of Biosatellite II. Foreword by Orr E. Reynolds. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1971. Small 4to (medium-large book). vi, 352 pages. Index. Bibliographical references. Photographs. Illustrations. Tables. Figures. NASA SP-204. 'The Biosatellite Program was the first serious attempt in the United States to design a spaceflight system tailored to the needs of biologic experimentation.' - Foreword. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with usual stamps. #27421. $35
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Stillwell, Wendell H. X-15 Research Results, with a Selected Bibliography. Foreword by Paul F. Bikle. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, 1965. iv, 128 pages. Index. Bibliography. Photographs. Illustrations. NASA SP-60. 'the X-15 is the first airplane to push from supersonic speeds to hypersonic speeds, where the river of airflow heats leading edges to 1300 degrees F.' - Page 4. Good pictorial soft cover. Former library copy with usual stamps. #27415. $90
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