Jane s Space Directory

Author: David Baker
Publisher:
ISBN: 071062638X
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Astronautics

- Government and non-government space programmes - Global space industry directory - Civilian operations - Orbital and suborbital launch vehicles - Propulsion - Commercial and military satellites - Planetary and space science - Human space flight - Launch listings - Contractors

Jane s Space Directory 2005 2006

Author: David Baker
Publisher: Janes Information Group
ISBN: 0710627068
Release Date: 2005-06
Genre: Reference

Profiling hundreds of space programmes and their different technologies, Jane's Space Directory enables you to identify thousands of different commercial and defence applications. Key objectives, developments and technical specifications of available vehicles and systems are reviewed, including the new generation of launch vehicles. Structured around the categorisation of functions and presented for quick comparison and evaluation, each entry comes with accompanying illustrations. Supplier and manufacturer listings help support your market research and procurement requirements. Key content includes: Government and non-government space programmes; Global space industry directory; Civilian operations; Orbital and suborbital launch vehicles; Propulsion; Commercial and military satellites; Planetary and space science; Human space flight; Launch listings; Contractors. For a complete listing of aerospace organisations and personnel around the globe see Jane's International ABC Aerospace Directory.

Jane s Space Systems and Industry

Author: Bill Sweetman
Publisher: Janes Information Group
ISBN: 0710628137
Release Date: 2007-06
Genre: Reference

Identify commercial and defence applications of space technology. Review key objectives, developments and technical specifications of avail. vehicles and systems. Supplier/manufacturer listings support market research and procurement requirements. Space operators/customers are listed

U S National Security and Military commercial Concerns with the People s Republic of China

Author: Christopher Cox
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 0788182072
Release Date: 1999
Genre: China

Declassified report by the Select Committee of the U.S. House of Rep. on thefts by the People's Republic of China (PRC) from the U.S. National Laboratories, which began at least as early as the late 1970s, & significant secrets are known to have been stolen as recently as the mid-1990s. Covers 3 main points: the PRC has stolen design info. on the U.S.' most advanced thermonuclear weapons; the PRC's next generation of thermonuclear weapons, currently under development, will exploit elements of stolen U.S. design information; & PRC penetration of our national weapons labs. spans at least the past several decades & continues today.

Satellitenkommunikation

Author: Hans Dodel
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 9783540295761
Release Date: 2007-08-16
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Satellitenkommunikation im Aufbruch: Fernsehverteilung, multimediale Geschäftskommunikation, Kommunikation per Handy. Der umfassende Einblick in alle relevanten Aspekte: ausführliche Grundlagen, die Bedeutung unterschiedlicher Satellitenbahnen, Koordinierung von Frequenzen. Die Autoren rechnen eine Streckenbilanz durch, stellen die relevanten Verfahren der Codier-, Chiffrier- und Modulationsverfahren dar und behandeln Vielfachzugriffsprotokolle.

Jane s Space Directory

Author: Bill Sweetman
Publisher: Janes Information Group
ISBN: 071062767X
Release Date: 2006-06-01
Genre: Reference

Identify commercial and defence applications of space technology. Review key objectives, developments and technical specifications of avail. vehicles and systems. Supplier/manufacturer listings support market research and procurement requirements. Space operators/customers are listed

Space Warfare and Defense

Author: Bert Chapman
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9781598840063
Release Date: 2008
Genre: History

This timely resource provides a history of the development of space weapons and warfare strategies and a comprehensive reference guide to the growing literature on the subject. * Over 375 alphabetically organized entries covering all aspects of military space initiatives, such as New World Vistas, the Air Force Counterspace Operations Doctrine, Project Corona, the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program, space-based infrared systems, and much more * An exhaustive reference guide to current and historical literature on U.S., Russian, Chinese, and European military space policy and programs—an unprecedented resource for further study * A detailed chronology of key events in the military development of space, from Eisenhower's approval of the "U.S. Policy on Outer Space" to China's recent launch of a military photoreconnaissance satellite * A full glossary of terms and acronyms essential to the understanding of military space policies and technologies

Launching Space Objects Issues of Liability and Future Prospects

Author: V. Kayser
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306484056
Release Date: 2006-04-11
Genre: Law

Launch activities performed by private entities deal with a complex legal environment. The Space Treaties provide a general liability framework. Launch participants are subject to regulatory or institutional control, and to domestic liability laws. Specific contractual practice has developed due to insurance limitations, the inter-participants' waivers of liability and claims. This book synthesizes information on the norms of play, to allow the grasp of their relative weight and interactions in the assessment of liability risk for launch activities. It reveals a legal framework presently lacking sufficient predictability for an efficient liability risk management: the waivers of liability suffer weaknesses as do all such clauses, and lack uniformity and reliability; and the Space Treaties contain ambiguous terms preventing predictable determination of the States responsible for authorizing and supervising launch activities and for damage compensation, and do not reflect the liability of launch operators. This book offers suggestions of new approaches for: harmonizing waivers of liability to improve their consistency, validity and flow-down; and improving the Space Treaties for their implementation to non-governmental launch activities. In the launch community, the need for lawmaking is less compelling than in fields such as aviation. Nevertheless, adjustments to the present framework are proposed through model clauses and an international instrument, for further thinking and contribution by those sharing the opinion that creative lawmaking is needed now to prepare for tomorrow's endeavors.