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Applied sciences research and utilization of lunar resources
Lunar International Laboratory Symposium, 4th, New York 1968
|Contributions||Malina, Frank J.,, International Academy of Astronautics, International Astronautical Congress, 19th, New York, 1968|
|LC Classifications||TL799 M6 L84 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 199 p.|
|Number of Pages||199|
The research scope for the new CAN will span the fields of lunar, Near Earth Asteroids, and Martian moon (Phobos and Deimos) sciences, with preference given to topics that relate to the joint interests of both planetary science and human exploration. The Lunar Research Institute is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation devoted to the exploration and utilization of the Moon for the benefit of Humankind. LRI's experienced scientific staff and its Board of Directors are dedicated to the continued exploration of our nearest neighbor, the Moon.
The possible collection and use of lunar resources raises some interesting political and economic issues. Our initial return to the Moon would be an engineering and scientific research and development project. We undertake our studies of the extraction of lunar resources to ascertain the best methods to harvest and use these materials. Space resource utilization. 4. Meteorites. Research programs. 1. Key technology of oxygen and water production in lunar base. 2. UVVIS-NIR spectral effect of the nano-phase iron produced in space weathering. 3. Study on inversion of lunar soil thickness using brightness temperature obtained in Chang'e Project. 4.
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Lunar International Laboratory Symposium (4th: New York, N.Y.). Applied sciences research and utilization of lunar Applied sciences research and utilization of lunar resources book. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press  (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frank J Malina; International Academy of Astronautics.
The Moon bears substantial natural resources which could be exploited in the future. Potential lunar resources may encompass processable materials such as volatiles and minerals, along with geologic structures such as lava tubes that together, might enable lunar use of resources on the Moon may provide a means of reducing the cost and risk of lunar exploration.
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People participate in dragon and lion dances in Chinatown and enjoy Chinese opera : Jennifer Starkey. lunar resources may help ‘bootstrap’ a space-based economy from which the world economy, and possibly also the world’s environment, will ultimately benefit.
Keywords Moon, lunar resources, space economy, space exploration I Introduction To-date, all human economic activity has depended on the material and energyCited by: 1. LUNAR RESOURCES: THEIR VALUE IN LUNAR AND PLANETARY EXPLORATION Paul D.
Lownan, Jr. Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, Maryland ABSTRACT This paper reviews the nature and utilization of lunar resources as a means of increasing the economy of manned lunar and planetary exploration. Lunar resources include indigenous energy and materials File Size: 1MB. RESEARCH ON PROCESSES FOR UTILIZATION OF LUNAR RESOURCES A REPORT TO OFFICE OF ADVANCED RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY, NATIONAL AUTICS (lunar raw material) to produce oxygen.
SmRY Research under Contract NAS was initiated on 22 April The experimental work is to be completed on 15 November 9. Applied Physical Sciences. Applied physical sciences are central to many key exploration technologies. Many of the design challenges of new exploration technology systems are addressed by applied physical sciences research on fluid physics, combustion, and materials, as described in this chapter.
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M.B. Duke. Vol Is Pages (June ) Lunar resource utilization: Implications for commerce and exploration. Michael B. The Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) and the Johnson Space Center (JSC) have a long and successful history of collaborative research and exploration activities that began with the Apollo program.
The LPI and JSC have harnessed that heritage to build the Center for Lunar Science and Exploration to better support our nation’s new lunar science and exploration activities.
Lunar Resources: A Review Article (PDF Available) in Progress in Physical Geography 39(2) April with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Lunar research was one of the hallmarks of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory in its first decade (the s) as the United States prepared for the Apollo missions and LPL led the way in mapping possible landing sites.
In the half-century since, the kinds of lunar research performed have changed, but the Moon is still an object of intense scrutiny. Dear Colleagues, Remote sensing and geoscience information systems in applied sciences, which cover all aspects of applied biology, applied chemistry, applied physics, and applied engineering, have become more essential in measuring, analyzing, understanding and applying the physical, ecological, geological, hydrological, and environmental characteristics of Earth.
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Volatile-bearing lunar surface and interior, giant magmatic-intrusion-laden near and far side, globally distributed layer of purest anorthosite (PAN) and discovery of Mg-Spinel anorthosite, a new rock type, represent just a sample of the brand new perspectives gained in lunar science in the last decade.
An armada of missions sent by multiple nations and sophisticated analyses of Author: Deepak Dhingra.  Malina, Frank J., ed.
Applied Sciences Research and Utilization of Lunar Resources. Pergamon Press,  Wertz and Larson, eds. Space Mission Analysis and Design.The Contents of This Book Chapter 2: Exploration, Samples, and Recent Concepts of the Moon.
Lunar Exploration Lunar Samples New Views of the Moon from Exploration New Concepts of the Moon Following Exploration Chapter 3: The Lunar Environment. Earth and Moon Compared The Astronaut Experience Terrain Dust Temperatures on the Lunar Surface Lunar.This chapter focuses on the utilization of lunar resources.
It also discusses the basic considerations of the possible variations in geological and geochemical conditions of the moon, with any problems that arise as a result of the environment in mining and extracting processes, and with the problems of utilization of these resources in the lunar base.