Space Transport and Engineering Methods
Publisher: Wikibooks 2017
Number of pages: 328
Space systems engineering is a worthy field of study within the larger context of all sciences and engineering. This book is intended as an introduction to both the historical design challenges of transport and space hardware design, and the new engineering methods needed for future projects.
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