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Aviation and Space Medicine – Parin (Ed.)
In this post, we will see the book Aviation and Space Medicine edited by V. V. Parin. About the book The book is a collection of research articles on various aspects of human physiology in aviation, space and space travel. … Continue reading
Posted in Aerodynamics, books, medical, medicine, soviet, space, technology
Tagged acceleration effects on living things, astronauts, genetics, medicine, physiology, soviet, space, space travel, weightlessness
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Interplanetary Travel – Sternfeld
In this post, we will see the book Interplanetary Travel by A. Sternfeld. About the book This hook is based mainly on materials published earlier by the writer, but emphasis is placed on problems connected with artificial satellites, the launching … Continue reading
Survival in Space Gagarin, Lebedev
In this post, we will see the book Survival in Space by Yu. Gagarin, V. Lebedev. About the book This unique document includes vivid descriptions of the space capsule, the various psychological and physical disorientations that afflict astronauts during flights, … Continue reading
Posted in books, psychology, soviet, space, technology
Tagged astronauts, lives of astronauts, psychology of space, space, space capsule, space flight, space travel
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Great Grandmother Universe – Krivin
In this post, we will see the book Great Grandmother Universe by Felix Krivin. About the book A little book for children with beautiful illustrations describing several fascinating aspects of astronomy and the universe which we live in. The book … Continue reading
Posted in astronomy, books, children's books, children's science, picture books, popular science, science, soviet
Tagged astronomy, children's science, eclipses, horizon, malysh publishers, moon, observations, planets, popular science, radio telescope, round earth, satellites, sky, soviet, space, stars, telescopes, the sun, universe
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Space Research Apparatus – Khodarev et al
In this post, we will see the book Space Research Apparatus by Yu. K. Khodarev; L. I. Shatrovskiy; V. V. Andreyanov; B. N. Rodionov; P. Ye. El’yasberg, V. S. Etkin. About the book The articles of this collection encompass a … Continue reading
Posted in astronomy, books, electronics, engineering, soviet, space, technology
Tagged antenna, coding, data collection, electronics, engineering, information processing, instrumentation, measurement, sensors, soviet, space, technology, transducers
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Sons of the Blue Planet – Lebedev, Luk’yanov, Romanov
In this post, we will see the book Sons Of The Blue Planet by L. Lebedev; B. Lyk’yanov; A. Romanov. About the book The daring wish of mankind was, and still is, to look at the earth from a sufficient … Continue reading
Posted in books, history, NASA Technical Translations, soviet, space, technology
Tagged astronauts, biographies, cosmonauts, history, russian, soviet, soyuz, space, space ship, space station, space technology, space travel, yuri gargarin
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The Call of The Cosmos – Tsiolkovsky
In this post, we will see the book The Call Of The Cosmos by K. Tsiolkovsky. About the book Taken as a whole, this book makes interesting, even fascinating reading. Tsiolkovsky’s stories are of tremendous interest and urge us to … Continue reading
Posted in Aerodynamics, books, literature, science fiction, soviet, technology
Tagged astronautics, conquering space, faring, future, interplanetary travel, moon, planets, possible future, rockets, science fiction, soviet, space, space biology, space good, space health, space ideas, space living, space ships, space travel, travel to moon, Tsiolkovsky, visionary
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The Sun’s Wind by Alexei Leonov
In this post, we will see the book The Sun’s Wind by Alexei Leonov. About the book Story of SoyuzApollo Project as told by USSR Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov My young friend, This story and the drawings are specially for you. … Continue reading
Posted in books, children's books, popular science, progress publishers
Tagged alexei leonov, america, apollo, astronaut training, astronauts, baikonur, children's literature, children's science, cosmonauts, docking, donald slayton, houston, how to become a space man, landing, life, life in space, lift off, popular science, rocket launch, rocket reentry, rockets, russian, soviet, soyuz, space, space travel, space walk, sunrise from space, thomas stafford, ussr, valery kubasov, vance brand, working in space
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What is distance? (Popular Lectures in Mathematics) – Shreider
In this post, we will see the book What Is Distance? by Yu. A. Shreider. This is part of Popular Lectures in Mathematics series. About the book This introduction to the theory of metric spaces carries the student through the … Continue reading
Posted in books, popular lectures in mathematics, soviet
Tagged definition, distance, elementary distance, experimental measurements, general definition, general distance, geodesics, mathematics, metric spaces, metrics, multidimensional spaces, norms, popular lectures in mathematics, soviet, space
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Lectures in Geometry – Semester 1 Analytic Geometry – Postnikov
In this post, we will see the book Lectures in Geometry – Semester 1 Analytic Geometry by M. Postnikov. This book is the first one of a five part Lectures in Geometry series. So far we have volumes 1, 2 … Continue reading
Posted in books, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers, soviet
Tagged affine transformations, analytic, analytic geometry, bivectors, CauchyBuniakowski inequality, collinear, conic sections, coplanar, desargues theorem, duality principle, ellipsoids, Fano theorem, geometry, isomorphisms, linear dependence, linear fractional transformations, mathematics, metric coefficients, metric forms, mir publishers, parametric equations, space, triangle inequality, trivectors, vectors
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