1. Billingham, J.: Physiological Parameters in Space Settlement Design. Third Princeton/AIAA Conference on Space Manufacturing Facilities, Princeton, NJ., Paper 77-549, May 9-12, 1977.
  2. Marton, T.; Rudek, F. P.; and Miller, R. A.: Handbook of Human Engineering Design Data for Reduced Gravity Conditions. NASA CR-1726, Oct. 197 1.
  3. Johnson, Richard D.; and Holbrow, Charles, eds.: Space Settlements, a Design Study. NASA SP-413, 1977.
  4. O'Neill, G.: The Low (Profile) Road to Space Manufacturing. Astronautics and Aeronautics, AIAA, May 1978, pp. 24-32.
  5. Vajk, J. Peter; Engel, Joseph H.; and Shettler, John: Habitat and Logistic Support Requirements for the Initiation of a Space Manufacturing Enterprise. Space Resources and Space Settlements, NASA SP-428, 1979, pp. 61-83.
  6. Haffner, James W.: Radiation and Shielding in Space. Academic Press, New York, 1967.
  7. Bevan, John S.: Radiation and Radiation Protection. Space Research and Technology, vol. 1: The Space Environment, American Elsevier Publ. Co., Inc., New York, 1969, pp. 94-142.
  8. Curtis, S. B.; and Wilkinson, M. C.: Study of Radiation Hazards to Man on Extended Missions. NASA CR-1 037, May 1968.
  9. Kline, R. L.: Space Station Habitability Issues. AIAA/MSFC Symposium on Space Industrialization, May 1976, pp. 38-53.
  10. French, Francis W.: Solar Flare Radiation Protection Requirements for Passive and Active Shields. Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, vol. 7, no. 7, 1970, pp. 794-800.
  11. Cooper, Henry S. F.: A House in Space. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, New York, 1976.
  12. Parker, J. F., Jr.; and West, V. R., eds.: In Bioastronautics Data Book, 2nd ed., NASA SP-3006,1973.
  13. Physiology in the Space Environment, vol. 11, Respiration. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1967.
  14. Coe, C. S.; Rousseau, J.; and Shaffer, A.: Analytical Methods for Space Vehicle Atmospheric Control Processes. Tech. Rept. ASD-TR-61-162, pt. II, 1962.
  15. Woods, F. J.; and Johnson, J. E.: Flammability in Unusual Atmospheres, Part 2 - Selected Materials in OxygenNitrogen and Oxygen-Helium Mixtures at Pressures Up to 315 psia. Naval Research Lab., Washington, D.C., 1967.
  16. Galasyn, Valentine D.: A Survey of Fire Prevention Problems in Closed Oxygen-Containing Environments. U.S. Naval Submarine Medical Center Rept. SMRL,526, May 1968.
  17. Parker, John A.; Kourtides, Demetrius A.; Fish, Richard H.; and Gilwee, William J., Jr.: Fire Dynamics of Modern Aircraft from a Materials Point of View. Journal of Fire and Flammability, vol. 6, Oct. 1975, pp. 534-553.
  18. IES Lighting Handbook, Illuminating Engineering Soc., New York, 1952. John E. Kaufman, ed., 5th ed., in 1972.
  19. Petrov, Yu A.: Habitability of Spacecraft. In Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine, vol. 3, NASA SP374,1975, pp. 157-192.
  20. O'Neill, G. K.: Maximum-Strength Minimum-Mass Structures, in Space-Based Manufacturing from Nonterrestrial Materials. Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, vol. 57, AIAA, New York, 1977, pp. 161-17 1; also NASA TM X73,265, Aug. 1977.
  21. O'Leary, B.: Mass Driver Retrieval of EarthApproaching Asteroids. Third Princeton/AIAA Conference on Space Manufacturing Facilities, 1977.
  22. Anon.: Final Review of Conceptual Design Study of 200 W/kg Solar Array for Space Applications. General Electric, JPL Contract 954393, Valley Forge, PA, 1977.
  23. Miller, Franklin, Jr.: College Physics. 3rd ed. Harcourt, Brace, and Jovanovich, Inc., New York, 1972.
  24. Holman, Jack P.: Heat Transfer. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1963, pp. 174-180.
  25. Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 49th ed. The Chemical Rubber Co., Cleveland, 1968.

Return to II-1

Table of Contents

Curator: Al Globus
NASA Responsible Official: Dr. Ruth Globus
If you find any errors on this page contact Al Globus.
Space Settlement hompage

This mirror of the NASA Ames Research Center Space Settlement web site is provided by:

National Space Society