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Coming Home: Reentry and Recovery from Space

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Coming Home: Reentry and Recovery from Space
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Publisher: NASA
ISBN/ASIN: B009LBZ7CA
Number of pages: 397

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Returning to Earth after a flight into space is a fundamental challenge, and contributions from the NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate in aerodynamics, thermal protection, guidance and control, stability, propulsion, and landing systems have proven critical to the success of the human space flight and other space programs. Without this base of fundamental and applied research, the capability to fly into space would not exist.

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