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Lunar base applications of superconductivity

Lunar base applications of superconductivity

Lunar Base Systems Study task 3.4.

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Published by Eagle Engineering, Inc. in Houston, Texas .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lunar bases.,
  • Space flight to the moon.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEagle Engineering report -- no. 88-218., NASA-CR -- 172102., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-172102.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15291060M

      This book is a MUST for eveyone seriously interested in lunar exploration. Since Wendell Mendells generatuion-inspiring lunar base document, this is the most complete overview on technical and non-technical aspects of the selenological s: 7. Even on our Moon superconductivity could be used in the permanent shadows of craters when the temperature is constantly very low, also during the 2 week luna nights again when the surface temperature drops to minus C ( Kelvin) as mercury barium calcium copper oxide (HgBa2Ca2Cu3O8) becomes a superconductor at around K.

    Machine derived contents note: Chapter 1 History of Lunar Exploration --Chapter 2 The Human Desire to Explore --Chapter 3 Economical, Political, Legal, And Management Aspects --Chapter 4 The Future of Lunar Exploration --Chapter 5 The Lunar Environment --Chapter 6 Earth-Moon Transportation --Chapter 7 Lunar Base Siting --Chapter 8 Lunar Base. History of Superconductivity General Books Special Materials Tunnel Junctions, Josephson Junctions, and Vortices Nonequilibrium Superconductivity Applications of Superconductivity General Overview Magnets, Cables, Power Applications Microwaves, Magnetic Field Sensors, Electronics Low Temperature.

      The application of superconductors to rotating machines began in the late s following the availability of multi-filamentary NbTi superconductors. Since these superconductors were suitable for carrying only dc, the first applications were envisioned for replacing dc field windings in rotating machines. Online Books on Planetary and Lunar Science and Exploration. Mercury Mariner 10 The Voyage of Mariner Mission to Venus and Mercury (NASA SP, ) Atlas of Mercury (NASA SP, ) Venus Magellan The Venus Geologic Mapper's Handbook (USGS Open-File Report , ).


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