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Browsing Smithsonian Studies in Air and Space by Issue Date

Browsing Smithsonian Studies in Air and Space by Issue Date

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  • El-Baz, Farouk (Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 1977)
    During the Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab flights, orbiting astronauts collected valuable information by means of observations and photography of Earth. Strengthened by the experience gained on these flights, the Earth ...
  • El-Baz, Farouk (1977-12-22)
    During the Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab flights, orbiting astronauts collected valuable information by means of observations and photography of Earth. Strengthened by the experience gained on these flights, the Earth ...
  • Oakes, Claudia M. (1978-11-14)
    Women who participated in aviation in the United States from 1880 through World War I, as supporters, passengers, designers, and pilots, are presented in this publication. Rare photographs, documents, newspaper clippings, ...
  • Hanle, Paul A. (1979-11-21)
    This collection of case studies describes how engineers or managers applied their arts to five complex problems on earth. A variety of aerospace methods and hardware were employed. Two of the cases concern “hard” ...
  • Wolko, Howard S. (1981-06-25)
    Many of the individuals who made prominent contributions to the technology of flight have attracted little historical attention; yet their accomplishments served to stimulate progress in aerospace development. This work ...
  • Brooks-Pazmany, Kathleen L. (1983-12-09)
    Women who were active in aviation in the United States from 1919 through 1929 as pilots, barnstormers, promoters, passengers, and supporters are presented in this publication. Rare photographs, documents, newspaper clippings, ...
  • Oakes, Claudia M. (1985-08-14)
    In the 1930s, aviation was a very visible and exciting aspect of life and culture in the United States. The names of aerial explorers and record-setting air racers were headline news and household words. Women pilots were ...
  • Douglas, Deborah G. (1990-07-27)
    Covering the years 1940-1985, this study explores two main periods—World War II and the postwar era-in the story of American women in aviation. It is a history of the female pilots, engineers, aircraft industry ...

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