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By H. Guyford Stever (auth.), L. G. Napolitano, P. Contensou, W. F. Hilton (eds.)

Space scientists and engineers belonging to the pro societies linked to the overseas Astronautical Federation accumulated jointly in Vienna to carry the Federation's twenty third Congress. a specific variety of papers and important surveys that have been offered and debated at this Congress and which span the generally diverse box of astonautics are amassed within the current lawsuits, including a couple of summaries of around desk Discussions andjor discussion board classes. As its predecessors within the sequence, Astronautical study 1972 constitutes an vital reference for a number of teams of individuals: those who find themselves actively engaged in astronautics; people who find themselves attracted to following and assessing, yr via 12 months, the advancements in astronautics, its development, its new instructions in learn; and people who are focused on its many functions. house technological know-how and know-how are sure to play an expanding function within the rapid destiny, now that larger attempt is being dedicated to the exploitation in their relevance to different fields of human job. difficulties posed by way of the shortage of earth assets and through their insufficient administration, pollutants difficulties, difficulties created by way of man's indiscriminate and sometimes irresponsible motion in important sectors of the biosphere may be tackled and effectively alleviated, if no longer solved, via the gentle and difficult complex know-how constructed for house systems.

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50 - ~ e ai I I n - p"te d Lcte d I 28 da te 1 1---1- Fig. 6. 7 for 1; 2 and 3 days and index Ap for 1 day. 2 and 3 columns of Table I give the ratios of the rms deviation for sequence to its arithmetical me an value for each year (1 column). 5, 6, 7 and 8 columns present the appropriate ratios of the prediction errors for both versions. It follows from Table I that I version of the prediction is somewhat more ace urate than 11 version. 7 within the whole period of the predictions, while for A p these values become approximately equal while predicting for one day that evidences in the impossibility of A p prediction by the considered methods (the predicted value of index Ap slightly differs from the mean of sequence A p ) .

When solving the problem on the expediency of using the predicted values of indexes F 10. 7 (of an order of one day) and ap (about six hours). 8. 40 P. E. ELYASBERG ET AL. (I version of prediction). 7 and ap (equivalent· to using only the mean, long-term, values of indexes for density prediction). The lower curves conform to minimum, and the upper ones to maximum errors within the interval from 1966 to 1971. The graphs permit estimation of the appropriate errors for the computed density values in the altitude range from 150 km up to 350 km.

The efficiency (ApDVAB) decreased with absorbed particles. Solar cell efficiency (A pt ) increases with decreasing solar array temperature as the spacecraft altitude increases. The power actually produced by the solar cells is then divided between the spacecraft systems (Psc) and the power conditioning for the ion engines (A pc) . The trust produced by the ion engines (Ft) is a function of the engine current (1 5 ) and voltage (Vs). E)' mechanical fuel usage efficiency 60 DONALD V. MCMILLEN AND ROBERT E.

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