BALTIMORE (PRWEB) March 02, 2018
CEI Publications is introducing 20+ new eBooks from the Space Technology Series, a fully-integrated set of books on how-to design, develop, deliver and operate space systems. Each volume includes interactive content-useful videos, URLs and even auto-scored quizzes for people that want to learn and apply space systems technology.
In these references, readers will get answers to important questions regarding space mission and systems design. What are the most efficient and cost-effective architectures for current missions? What are the best spacecraft design practices? What are the best ways to reduce cost while enhancing the risk profile? How much do spacecraft, ground systems, and launch systems cost?
Dr. Wiley Larson, managing editor of the Space Technology Series and co-editor/author of the award-winning book, "Space Mission Analysis and Design," is encouraging interested readers to claim one of the 10 free Exploration of Space eBooks by sending an email “WANT IT!” to wileyjlarson(at)mac.com. First Come, First Served!
Visit http://www.spacetechnologyseries.com to see all volumes of the Space Technology Series. The first book in the Space Technology Series, "Space Mission Analysis and Design," 3rd Edition, awarded the International Academy of Astronautics’ prestigious Book of the Year Award, is the basis for the series of integrated references to include:
"Understanding Space: An Introduction to Astronautics," Fourth Edition by Sellers, eBook.
"Space Propulsion Analysis and Design" by Humble, Henry, and Larson, eBook.
"Cost-Effective Space Mission Operations," Second Edition by Boden, Larson and Squibb, eBook.
"Human Spaceflight: Mission Analysis and Design," Second Edition by Larson, Pranke and McQuade, eBook.
"Space Weather and the Physics Behind It" by Knipp, eBook
"Aerospace Science: The Exploration of Space," Second Edition by Magee, Kirkpatrick, Larson, eBook.
"Applied Space Systems Engineering," Second Edition by Larson, Sellers, Thomas and Verma, eBook.
"Applied Project Management for Space Systems," Second Edition by Chesley, Larson and Menrad, eBook.
"Shooting the Moon" by Andrews, eBook.
"Space Mission Analysis and Design (SMAD) Core" by Larson, eBook.
"Small Satellite Program Guide by Alonsoperez," Larson and Qedar, eBook.
"Understanding Space Communications" by Tomme, eBook.
The Space Technology Series was started in 1989 as a research project at the US Air Force Academy to capture design experience and lessons learned in civil, defense and commercial space systems. To date, 27 volumes have been produced by a team of over 300 authors and editors.
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