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1Title:  The Exploitation of space: policy trends in the military and commercial uses of outer space   
 Creator:  Schwarz, Michael. | Stares, Paul B. 
 Publication:  Butterworth, London, ©1985. 
 Notes:  Originally published: as 'Space, past, present and future' a special issue of 'Futures' vol. 14 no. 5, Oct 1982 p.345-484. 
 Extent:  viii, 175 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization | Space industrialization

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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2Title:  Staring into space   
 Creator:  Graham, David E. 
 Publication:  Cambridge, Mass, 1998. 
 Extent:  p. 68-71. : ill. (colored), ports. (colored) ; 27 cm. 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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3Title:  Microgravity---a new tool for basic and applied research in space   
 Creator:  United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Office of Space Science and Applications. Microgravity Science and Applications Division. 
 Publication:  NASA, Washington, D.C.], [1984?] 
 Extent:  28 p. : ill. (most col.) ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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4Title:  Industrii︠a︡ v kosmose   
 Creator:  Evich, Anatoliĭ Filippovich. 
 Publication:  Mosk. rabochiĭ, Moskva, 1978. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (pages 222-223). 
 Extent:  224 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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5Title:  Study for identification of beneficial uses of space: second quarterly performance review, June 23, 1972   
 Creator:  General Electric Space Division. 
 Publication:  General Electric, Valley Forge, Pa, [1972] 
 Extent:  81 p. ; 22 x 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization | Astronautics -- Technology transfer

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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6Title:  Materials processing in space   
 Creator:  National Research Council (U.S.) Space Applications Board. Committee on Scientific and Technological Aspects of Materials Processing in Space. 
 Publication:  National Academy of Sciences : available from Space Applications Board, National Research Council, Washington, 1978. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  75 p. ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Materials -- Research | Space industrialization

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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7Title:  Extraterrestrial materials processing and construction: final report   
 Creator:  Criswell, David R. | Lunar and Planetary Institute 
 Publication:  The Institute, Houston, Tex, 1978] 
 Notes:  "30 September 1978." Includes bibliographies. 
 Extent:  474 p. in various pagings : ill. ; 29 cm. 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization | Lunar bases -- Industrial applications | Lunar geology | Cosmochemistry

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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8Title:  Poluchenie i povedenie materialov v kosmose   
 Creator:  Okhotin, A. S. | Institut kosmicheskikh issledovaniĭ (Akademii͡a nauk SSSR) 
 Publication:  Izd-vo "Nauka", Moskva, 1978. 
 Notes:  At head of title: Akademii︠a︡ nauk SSSR. Institut kosmicheskikh issledovaniĭ. Includes bibliographies. 
 Extent:  246 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization | Materials | Materials -- Effect of space environment on

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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9Title:  Realizing tomorrow: the path to private spaceflight   
 Creator:  Dubbs, Chris. | Paat-Dahlstrom, Emeline. | Walker, Charles D. 
 Publication:  University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, c2011. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. [269]-284) and index. Presents a behind-the-scenes look at the quest to develop a private space program by individuals and commercial enterprises in America and Russia. 
 Extent:  xii, 299 p., [26] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Space flights | Space tourism | Outer space -- Civilian use | Space industrialization

 
Collection:  University of Oklahoma 
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10Title:  Practical applications of space systems: a study   
 Creator:  National Research Council (U.S.) Space Applications Board. 
 Publication:  National Academy of Sciences, available from Space Applications Board, National Research Council, Washington, 1975. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  v, 67 p. ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Artificial satellites | Space industrialization | Astronautics and state -- United States

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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11Title:  Space age   
 Creator:  Walter, Chip. | National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) | United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 
 Publication:  Random House, New York, c1992. 
 Notes:  Companion vol. to Space age, a WQED/Pittsburgh, NHK/Japan TV series produced in association with the National Academy of Sciences and NASA. Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-323) and index. The exploration of space represents a cultural shift greater than the invention of agriculture or the arrival of the Industrial Revolution. It marks a biological leap as significant as the wriggling of the first fish onto land or the passage of the first primate from the jungle to the savannah. For the first time in human history, the sheer force of our curiosity has carried us beyond our own world. Space Age is the companion book to the extraordinary six-part PBS television series produced by WQED/Pittsburgh in association with the National Academy of Sciences. Written by journalist and filmmaker William J. Walter, it takes readers on an exciting and unexpected journey into the past and maps out strange and amazing possibilities for the future. It begins by telling the stories of the extraordinary rocket pioneers who made the primal dream of exploring the stars possible: Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, a deaf, small-town Russian schoolteacher, who in 1898 first calculated how to launch a rocket beyond Earth; Robert Goddard, the secretive and determined New England physics professor, who had the personality of a parson but the mind of a mad adventurer; and Hermann Oberth, a high school math teacher from Transylvania, whose failed effort to build a rocket for a publicity stunt in the 1920s became the first in a long line of rockets that led to the Saturn V booster - the mammoth ship that sent American astronauts to the moon forty years later. Space Age reveals how the pragmatic world of politics unexpectedly became linked with the dream-driven hopes of the old rocket pioneers; how Hitler's madness financed the development of the first true rocket designed by Werner von Braun; how Russia and America's mutual paranoia fueled not only the cold war, but the spectacular way in which both nations chose to wage it - through a space race that held the world breathless. The progeny of that competition was Sputnik, Mercury, and Apollo, which led us to the moon, and whose legacy enabled us to study other worlds and continues to lay the foundations for human outposts that will be built beyond Earth in the future. At the same time it created the spy satellite, the communications satellite, and other space-borne instruments that now predict the weather and explore the intricate living systems that make up our planet. These orbiting sentinels have embedded in us a kind of robotic telepathy, an invisible grid of information that has already made the "global village" a reality, and brought war and the fall of entire societies into our living rooms, live. Finally, Space Age looks into the future - to the tremendous challenge of mounting a human mission to Mars, and the surprising evolutionary possibilities that will follow in the wake of interplanetary and intergalactic exploration. Is it possible that we will learn something of our own origins as we search for evidence of life on Mars? 
 Extent:  xvi, 335 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm. 
 Subjects:  Outer space -- Exploration | Outer space -- Exploration -- United States | Artificial satellites | Mars (Planet) -- Exploration | Space industrialization

 
Collection:  University of Oklahoma 
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12Title:  Astrobusiness: a guide to the commerce and law of outer space   
 Creator:  Finch, Edward R. (Edward Ridley), 1919- | Moore, Amanda Lee. 
 Publication:  Praeger, New York, 1985. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  xvi, 141 pages, [9] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Space industrialization -- Law and legislation -- United States | Space industrialization -- United States | Space industrialization | Space industrialization Law and legislation

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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13Title:  Albert R. Hibbs papers, 1884-2009   
 Creator:  Hibbs, Albert R. 
 Notes:  The Albert R. Hibbs Papers, 1884-2009 (80 boxes) document the personal life and career of Hibbs as a manager and scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the relationships between JPL, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and the development of the solar system exploration programs. Hibbs' consulting work for television and radio programs, Biosphere 2, and Morgantown Area Rapid Transit System (MARTS) are also documented. Although the collection arrived at The Huntington in disarray, original order of the materials was maintained when possible and the arrangement reflects Hibbs' general organization by correspondent, subject, or format of materials. The collection is divided into ten series: Audio Visual Materials, Consulting Files, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Notebooks, Personal Files, Photographs and Negatives, Presentations and Speeches, Publications and Writings, Teaching Files, and Oversize. The bulk of collection materials date from 1931 to 1999 and consists of audio and video tapes, clippings, correspondence, memoranda, notes, photographs, publications, speeches, and writings. As the collection is arranged by both subject and format of the materials, researchers should be aware that materials are often dispersed through the series. For example, materials related to specific subjects are frequently represented in the JPL and Notebooks Series; similarly, Hibbs' friendship and collaboration with Roy L. Walford is documented in the Correspondence and Aging Research and Writings subseries of the Personal Series, in the Space Bioshpheres Ventures subseries of the Consulting series, as well as in the Audio Visual Materials Series. Correspondence is also dispersed throughout the series. 
 Extent:  80 
 Subjects:  Hibbs, Albert R. -- Archives | Feynman, Richard P. -- (Richard Phillips), -- 1918-1988 | Walford, Roy L | California Institute of Technology | California Institute of Technology. -- Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy | Earthwatch (Organization) | GeoSphere Project | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | United States. -- Arms Control and Disarmament Agency | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Asteroids | Astronautical laboratories | Biosphere 2 (Project) | Comets | Explorer 1 (Artificial satellite) | Explorer 1 (Artificial satellite) -- Orbit | Kinetic art | Satellite image maps | Satellites | Solar system | Space flight | Space flight to asteroids | Space flight to Jupiter | Space flight to Mars | Space flight to Mercury | Space flight to the moon | Space flight to the moon on television | Space flight to Saturn | Space flight to Venus | Space industrialization | Outer space -- Civilian use | Outer space -- Exploration | Science -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- United States | Science -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States | Science television programs | Surveyor Program (U.S.) | Viking Mars Program (U.S.) | Voyager Project | Chillicothe (Ross County, Ohio) | Pasadena (Calif.) | Audiocassettes | Audiotapes | Astrophotographs | Awards | Cellulose nitrate film | Clippings | Documents | DVDs | Ephemera | Letters (correspondence) | Lithographs | Negatives (photographic) | Photocopies | Photographic prints | Scrapbooks | Space photographs | VHS

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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