ロシアの宇宙開発計画の再出発<br>The Rebirth of the Russian Space Program : 50 Years after Sputnik, New Frontiers (Springer Praxis Books.  Space Exploration)

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ロシアの宇宙開発計画の再出発
The Rebirth of the Russian Space Program : 50 Years after Sputnik, New Frontiers (Springer Praxis Books. Space Exploration)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 416 p./サイズ 150 illus.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780387713540
  • DDC分類 520

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This, fifty years after Sputnik, is the definitive book on the Russian space program. The author covers all the key elements of the current Russian space program, including both manned and unmanned missions. He examines the various types of unmanned applications programs as well as the crucial military program, and even analyzes the infrastructure of production, launch centres and tracking. You'll also find discussion of the commercialization of the program and its relationship with western companies. Russia's current space experiment is also put in a comparative global context. Strong emphasis is placed on Russia's future space intentions and on new programs and missions in prospect.

Table of Contents

Author's preface                                   ix
Acknowledgments xi
About the book xii
List of figures xiii
List of maps xix
List of tables xxi
List of abbreviations and acronyms xxiii
Almost the end 1 (16)
The admiration of the world 5 (2)
The collapse 7 (4)
Back on Mir: the long recovery 11 (5)
Almost the end: conclusions 16 (1)
Building the International Space Station 17 (60)
Origins of ISS 17 (2)
Paving the way for ISS: the last phases 19 (6)
of Mir
Winding Mir down: ``grief in our hearts'' 25 (4)
The mark of Cassandra 29 (6)
Building the ISS 35 (2)
Waiting for Mir 2 37 (2)
Delay, delay and delay 39 (1)
Zvezda, 12th July 2000 40 (3)
Soyuz as lifeboat 43 (3)
Space station routine 46 (11)
Space station depends on Russia 57 (10)
Completing the space station 67 (7)
Building the International Space Station: 74 (1)
conclusions
References 75 (2)
Scientific and applications programs 77 (28)
Comsats: the Soviet inheritance 77 (6)
Comsats: the new generation 83 (4)
Weather satellites 87 (2)
Earth resources: Resurs DK, Sich M, 89 (5)
Monitor
Materials-processing: Foton 94 (2)
Science: Koronas, Spektr 96 (4)
Small satellites 100 (1)
The unmanned program: conclusions 101 (2)
References 103 (2)
Military programs 105 (34)
Photo-reconnaissance 106 (3)
Close-look: Yantar 4K2 Kobalt 109 (1)
Mapping: Yantar 1KFT Kometa 110 (1)
Instant intelligence: Yantar 4KS2 Neman 111 (1)
Orlets and the rivers: Don and Yenisey 112 (2)
Space telescope: Araks 114 (2)
Electronic intelligence: Tselina 116 (2)
Maritime electronic intelligence: US P 118 (3)
Legenda
Military communications: Strela, Gonetz, 121 (3)
Potok
Navigation satellites: Parus, Nadezhda 124 (3)
Navigation: Glonass 127 (5)
Military early warning system: Oko, 132 (4)
Prognoz
The military space program: conclusions 136 (2)
References 138 (1)
Launchers and engines 139 (68)
Old reliable 139 (3)
New upper stages: Ikar, Fregat 142 (2)
Rus program 144 (7)
Cosmos 3M 151 (4)
Proton and Proton M 155 (5)
Proton M 160 (4)
Tsyklon 164 (3)
Zenit 167 (3)
Ukrainian rockets to the Pacific: Zenit 170 (5)
3SL, the Sea Launch
Rockot 175 (4)
Strela rocket 179 (1)
Start 180 (2)
Dnepr 182 (3)
Volna, Shtil and relatives 185 (2)
New rocket: Angara 187 (5)
Russian rocket engines 192 (1)
GDL/Energomash: the most powerful rockets 193 (3)
in the world
RD-180 powers the Atlas 196 (3)
Kosberg bureau/KBKhA in Voronezh 199 (1)
Isayev bureau/KhimMash 200 (1)
And from history, Kuznetsov's NK-33 201 (1)
Future launch vehicle and engine 201 (2)
programs: Ural, Barzugin
Reliability 203 (2)
Conclusions: rockets and rocket engines 205 (1)
References 205 (2)
Launch sites 207 (58)
Baikonour 208 (13)
Plesetsk 221 (6)
Svobodny-Blagoveshensk 227 (2)
Dombarovska/Yasny 229 (1)
Soyuz a Kourou, French Guyana 229 (5)
Kapustin Yar: the Volgograd station 234 (1)
Alcantara 235 (2)
Recovery zones 237 (7)
De-orbit zones 244 (2)
Other ground facilities 246 (1)
Star Town, TsPK 246 (8)
Mission control Korolev: TsUP 254 (3)
Military mission control 257 (1)
Tracking and control 257 (5)
Cosmodromes and ground facilities: 262 (1)
conclusions
References 263 (2)
The design bureaus 265 (50)
Energiya---premier design bureau 266 (3)
Chelomei's bureau and derivatives 269 (1)
NPO Lavochkin 270 (3)
NPO Yuzhnoye: missile lines ``like 273 (3)
sausages''
NPO PM, builder of comsats 276 (1)
KB Arsenal: the oldest design bureau 277 (1)
TsSKB Samara: continuous production from 277 (2)
1957
NPO Polyot 279 (1)
Organization of the space program 279 (2)
New space agency 281 (2)
Russia's space budget 283 (2)
From commercialization to space tourism 285 (8)
Participation in the global commercial 293 (9)
space community
Cooperation: rogue states 302 (4)
Cooperation: China 306 (4)
Cooperation: India 310 (2)
Organization: conclusions 312 (1)
References 313 (2)
Resurgent---the new projects 315 (22)
The federal space plan 317 (1)
Replacing the Soyuz: Kliper 318 (7)
Return to the moon: Luna Glob 325 (1)
Return to Mars: Phobos Grunt 326 (4)
Mars 500: no girls please, we're going to 330 (4)
Mars
Final remarks 334 (1)
References 335 (2)
Appendix: Launchings 2000-06 337 (8)
Index 345