PDF / Epub ☂ Haynes Astronaut: 1961 Onwards All Roles and Nationalities; An Insight into the Selection, Training, Equipment, Roles and Experiences of Astronaus Autore Ken Mactaggart – Vehikool.co.uk

Haynes Astronaut: 1961 Onwards All Roles and Nationalities; An Insight into the Selection, Training, Equipment, Roles and Experiences of Astronaus The Book Begins With Early Ideas About Astronauts In Science Fiction And Film Portrayals Of The Role It Goes On To Cover Recruitment And The Application Process To Become An Astronaut With NASA And ESA, And The Qualifications And Fitness Required For Various Astronaut Roles The Reader Is Taken Through Training For Different Types Of Astronaut Roles Pilot, Scientist, Payload Specialist, Space Walker, Moon Walker, Etc And The Different Types Of Missions Are Described Sub Orbital, Earth Orbit, Living Aboard The International Space Station ISS , Lunar Flight And Landing, Driving On The Moon, And Planned Future Missions To Asteroids And Mars The Equipment Used By Astronauts Is Documented, Including Clothing, Space Suits, Tools, Backpacks, Zero Gravity Toilets, Food Stations, Etc The Experience Of Space Flight On Typical Missions Is Outlined, Illustrated By The Accounts Of Real Astronauts On Actual Flights The Experience Of Launch, First Reactions To Zero G, Exiting The Hatch For A Spacewalk, The Views Of Earth, Walking On The Moon, And Re Entering The Earths AtmosphereThe Book Is Written In A Style Accessible To The Layperson, While Including Sufficient Technical Details To Satisfy Knowledgeable Readers It Also Captures The Excitement And Wonder Of Spaceflight, Making Extensive Use Of Astronaut Biographies And Interviews To Uncover The Real Human Experience, As Much As Technical Information To Provide Detail To Satisfy Those Curious About How It Works


5 thoughts on “Haynes Astronaut: 1961 Onwards All Roles and Nationalities; An Insight into the Selection, Training, Equipment, Roles and Experiences of Astronaus

  1. says:

    Quite informative about the doing and being of astronauts.And then I m going to mention a photo caption error on page 53 which amuses me On page 53 which is opening pages of Chapter Three, Selection and Equipment, the chapter introduction ends with the phrase, although high standards natu


  2. says:

    This was a informative read The Haynes series contains a wide variety of books of this type, I have read several and have enjoyed them.


  3. says:

    Great


  4. says:

    This is a great book It arrived very quickly.


  5. says:

    Over the last couple of months, I ve been revisiting my Haynes space manuals and rediscovering what I enjoyed so much about them So far, my favorites have been the ones on the Lunar Rover, Saturn V, and the Apollo 13 mission The idea of a manual filled with detailed insights into astronaut training, spacesuits, and life in spac


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