Group lot of 11 NASA Technical Note booklets and two NASA Contractor Reports, dating between 1962 and 1971. The NASA Technical Note booklets include the following titles (includes duplicates and one copy): “Gimbal Geometry and Attitude Sensing of the ST-124 Stabilized Platform,” dated May 1962 (2); “Servo Loop Design for Air Bearing Inertial Components,” dated May 1962; “Saturn Vehicle Attitude Resolver Computer Error Analysis,” dated September 1962; “Space Suit Development Status,” dated February 1966 (copy); “Manual Control of High-Altitude Apollo Launch Abort,” dated June 1966 (2); “A Linearized Error Analysis of Onboard Primary Navigation Systems for the Apollo Lunar Module,” dated August 1967 (2); “Experimental Vibration Characteristics of a 1/40-Scale Dynamic Model of the Saturn V—Launch-Umbilical Tower Configuration,” dated November 1968; and “Vibration Analysis of a 1/40-Scale Dynamic Model of Saturn V—Launch-Platform— Umbilical-Tower Configuration,” dated November 1968.” The NASA Contractor Reports are as follows: “Manned Environmental System Assessment,” (NASA CR-134), dated November 1964; and “Astronaut Zero Gravity Performance Evaluation Program: Detailed Technical Report,” (NASA CR-1725), dated March 1971. Some booklets feature annotations, library stamps, and address labels. In overall very good to fine condition, with some scattered stains and creases.
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