SP-168 EXPLORING SPACE WITH A CAMERA

 

[211-214] INDEX

 

Adams, John B., 74
Advanced Vidicon Camera System, 19, 22, 30
Aerobee sounding rocket, 4
Africa, photographs, 156, 157, 169, 170, 171, 176, 177, 189, 191, 192
Agena vehicle, 137, 172, 173, 174, 182, 183, 184, 185, 195, 205
Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 152
Air Force Missile Test Center, 4
Airglow layer. 140
Aldrin, Edwin E., Jr., 150, 185, 184, 185
Alexiou, Arthur. 155
Allenby, Richard J., 157
Alley, C. O., 80
Ames Research Center, 86, 106
Andes Mountains, cloud cover, 167, 179
Anscochrome Film, 152
Antarctica, 22
Apollo landing zone studies, 74, 92-93, 206, 207
Apollo Lunar Exploration Office, 124
Apollo Program, 55, 75, 78, 80, 95, 157, 154, 167, 173, 182, 196, 197, 198, 201, 209. See also Apollo landing zone
Applications Technology Satellite Program, 2, 3, 33-34. 201, 203. See also ATS
Arabian Peninsula, photographs, 146, 190, 192
Argonne National Laboratory, 72
Aristarchus, lunar crater, 122, 123, 124, 125
Armstrong, Neil A., 172
Atlas flight, 4
Atlas Mountains, photographs, 139, 208
Atlas-Agena, 205, 206
Atlas-Centaur, 207
Atomic Energy Commission, 72
ATS: I, 33, 34, 36, 37
III. ii, 3, 203
Aurora 7, 139
Australia, photograph, 195
Automatic Picture Transmission System, 5, 14, 26
Bahamas, photographs, 143, 155
Baja California, photographs, 166, 178
Baldwin, Ralph B., 56
Batterson, Sidney A., 65
Bellcomm, inc., 52, 81, 124
Belyayev, Pavel, 150
Berg, Otto, 4
Berry, Dr. Charles A., 185, 191
Bessemoulin, Jean, 18
Bogart, Frank A., 184
Borman, Frank, 144, 164
Boyer, William J., 102
Brinkmann, John R., 158
Bristor, Charles L., 32
Brunk, William E., 88
Bryson, Robert P.. 119
Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 143
Burke, Joseph R., 2, 33
Butler, Herbert I., 30
Bykovsky, Valery, 137

 

California coast, photograph, 153
California Institute of Technology, 82, 131, 132, 133
Canada, Department of Transport, 10
Canary islands, cloud cover, 168
Canopus, x, 181
Carpenter, Scott, 137, 138, 208
Cartography, 22
Centaur vehicle, 207
Cernan, Eugene, 173, 174, 178, 180
Chaffee, Roger, 151
Chandler, C. E., 82
Chidester, A. H.. 147
Choate, Raoul, 77
Christaller's Central Place Theory, support, 159
Christensen, Elmer M., 67
Christensen, Everett E., 189
Churning air, characteristics, 28
Clark, John F., 57
Clary, Maurice C., 66, 67
Cloud, James D., 71
Clouds:
pattern interpretation, 21
pictures from ESSA satellites, 23-32
pictures from Nimbus, 14-18
pictures from Tiros, 6, 12-13
See also Vortex structures
Cobra Head, lunar feature. 124
"Cold line" meteorological link, 10
Collins, Michael, 174, 175
Color analysis, lunar soil, 127
Colorado River, photograph. 145
Colwell, Robert N., 152
Commerce, U.S. Department of, 152, 156
Conrad, Charles, Jr., 137, 152, 181, 182, 185, 191, 195
Cooper, Gordon, 137, 140, 141, 152, 191, 208
Copernicus, lunar crater, 88, 89, 102, 116, 117
Cordillera Mountains, lunar feature, 110, 112
Cortright, Edgar M., v, x
Cosmos CXLIV, 11
Crabill, Norman L., 101
Craters, lunar. see by name
Cunningham, Newton W., 94, 95
Currie, D. G., 80
Cyclonic storm life cycle, 36
Cyrillus, lunar crater. 102
Daily global weather coverage, 30
Damoiseau, lunar crater, 101
Dankanyin, R. J., 70
Darcey, Robert J., 34
Davies, D. A., 26
Day, Leroy E., 167
Debus, Kurt H., 154
Defense, U.S. Department of, 202
Delta vehicle, 202, 203
de Wys, Jane Negus, 72
Donlan, Charles J., 99
Douglas Advanced Research Laboratory, 50
Draley, E. C., 102
Dwornik, Stephen E., 51
Earth: photographed from Orbiter I, 84
photographed from Orbiter V, 115
color photographs of, ii, 2, 128
Earth Resources Survey Program, 152
Edwards, John A., 182
Ektachrome film, 142, 152, 198
Electronics Research Center, 173
Ellington Air Force Base, 187
Elms, James, 173
Enrico Fermi institute, 72
Environmental Science Services Administration, 12, 16, 23, 29, 163, 188, 201, 203. See also ESSA
ESSA: I, 23, 24
II, 26
III, 31, 32, 203
Extravehicular activity. 150, 182
Faget, Maxime A., 194
Faith 7, 141
Feoktistov, Konstantin, 137
First U.S. manned orbital flight, 138
Flamsteed P., lunar crater, 107
Flight weather forecasts, 32
Florida, photographs, 149, 154
Foster, Norman G., 156
Foster, Willis B., 162
Franklin and Marshall College, 122
Franzgrote, Ernest J., 83
Friendship 7, 138, 140
Fritz, Sigmund, 16
Frotkin, Arnold, 10
Gagarin, Yuri, 137
Galilei, lunar crater, 102
Garbacz, Michael L., 29
Garbarini, Robert F., 128
Gault, Donald E., 86
Gemini:
III, 146
IV, 142-152
V, 152-162, 191
Vl, xi, 164, 165, 168-169
Vll, xi, 164, 167, 170, 171
VIII, xi, 172, 185
IX, 173-175, 177-180, 185
X, 173-175
Xl, 137, 176, 181, 182, 185, 189, 191, 193-195
Xll, 182-185, 188, 192
Gemini program, 137, 142, 153, 154, 160, 166, 184, 185, 186, 190, 192, 208
Geological Survey, U.S., 19, 51, 58, 78, 86, 98, 100, 101, 105, 112, 116, 118, 120, 147, 159, 171, 179
Geostationary satellites, 33
Gerlach, Arch C., 159
Giberson, W. E., 54
Gill, Jocelyn R., 192
Gillett, F. C., 140
Gilruth, Robert R., 141
Glenn, John, 137, 138, 208
Goddard institute for Space Studies, 85
Goddard Space Flight Center, 6, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 30, 34, 37, 60, 148, 160, 176
Gold, Thomas, 55
Goodman, Clark, 126
Gordon, Richard F., Jr., 137, 181, 182, 185, 195
Green, Jack, 50
Grissom, Virgil, 137, 151
Guadalupe, photograph, 163
Haglund, Howard H., 55
Haley, Richard L., 22
Hartman, 112
Hasselblad camera, 142, 152, 164, 174, 184, 208
Hawaii, photograph, 161
Heacock, Raymond L., 47
Henize, Karl G:, 181
Herodotus, lunar crater, 124
Hevelius, lunar crater, 106-107
Hess, Wilmot N., 44
High Altitude Observatory, 64
Hjornevik, Wesley L., 177
Honshu, Japan, photograph, 160
Hortensius, lunar crater, 99
Houston, Tex., photograph, 187
Hubbard, Samuel H., 153
Hubert, Lester F., 4, 24
Hughes Aircraft Co., 66, 70, 71
Hurricanes:
Anna, 8
Alma, 24-26, 27
Betsy, 8
Beulah, 33
Carla, 8
Cleo, 14
Debbie, 8
Esther, 8
Faith, 29
Gladys, 15
Inez, 17
Monica, 33
Nanette, 33
Vera, 33
See also Typhoons
Hutch, W. F., 140
Hydrology, studies, 171
Hyginus, lunar crater. 105, 118
Hyginus Rille. Iunar feature, 105, 118
Ice-front configuration, 22
Ice tracking, 10
India, photographs, 193, 194
Infrared scanner, 17
Interior. U.S. Department of the, 8, 143, 152
International Astronomical Union, 45, 46
Iran, photograph, 186
Jakobowski, Walter, 96
Jaffe, Leonard, ii
Jaffe, Leonard D., 64
James, Dennis B., 124
Jastrow, Robert, 85, 130
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 41, 46, 47, 48, 52, 54, 55, 63, 64, 66, 67, 71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82, 83, 126, 128, 130
John F. Kennedy Space Center, 151, 154, 174, 175
Johnson, David S., 23
Jones, David M., 186
Karman vortex, 168
Kepler, lunar crater, 98
Kitt Peak National Observatory, 80
Kleinknecht, Kenneth S., 166
Komarov, Vladimir. 137
Kopal, Zdenek, 59
Kosofsky, Leon. 109
Kraft, Christopher C., 149
Kuiper, Gerard P., 46, 47, 112
Lake Chad, Africa. 171
Langley Research Center. 65, 84, 90, 97, 99, 101, 102, 109, 110
Lannion Center of Meteorological Space Studies, 18
Laser beam experiment, 80
Le Croissette, D. H., 83
Leighton, Robert B., 132
Leonov, Alexei, 150
Lewis Research Center, 78
Liddel, Urner, 86
Lindsley, Jack N., 75
Lovell, James A., Jr., 164, 165, 170, 183, 185
Low, George M., 193
Lowman, Paul D., Jr., 148, 160
Luedecke, A. R., 52
Luna III, 41, 44, 45
Luna IX, 49, 50, 102
Luna XIII, 60, 61
Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, Arizona, Univ. of, 44, 46, 68, 88, 112
Lunar and Planetary Programs Directorate, 88, 90, 106, 107, 109, 118, 119
Lunar Orbiter Program. 42, 43, 44, 74, 78, 84, 201, 205. See also Orbiter
Mace, Lee M., 29
Manned Flight Experiments Office, 157, 162
Manned Spacecraft Center. 44, 141, 145, 146, 149, 156, 158, 165, 169, 177, 184, 185, 187, 190, 193, 194
Mariner: I, 205
II, 205
III, 205
IV, 43, 81, 129 133, 201, 205
V, 81, 204
Mariner program, 201, 205
Marius, lunar crater, 90
Mars, 129, 133, 201, 205
Marshall islands, photograph, 162
Marshall Space Flight Center, 196
Martin, James S., 109
Masursky, Harold, 105, 118
Mathews. Charles. 184
Maurer camera, 183, 198, 208
McCauley. John F., 86, 112
McDivitt. James A., 142, 150, 151
Mediterranean, photographs, 158, 175, 189
Mercury program, 137, 201, 208
Meteorology, benefits from space Right, 3, 13
Meteorological Satellite Laboratory, 16
Milwitzky, Benjamin, 57, 76
Molloy, Martin W., 124, 125
Monthly Weather Review, 156
Morris, E. C., 58
Mueller, George E., 187
Murchison, lunar crater. 100
Murray, Bruce C., 131
Nagler, Kenneth M., 163, 188
National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
agreement on meteorological program with U.S.S.R., 10
films formulated to NASA specifications, 185
formulates guidelines for lunar program, 41
orbits ESSA satellite, 201
participation in Earth Resources
Survey Program, 152
Saturn V firing, 196
Tiros program transferred to, 202
See also by division or center
National Environmental Satellite Center, 4, 23, 32, 161, 168
National Science Foundation. 155
Naugle, John E., 140
Naval Oceanographic Office, 142, 145
Naval Research Laboratory, 4
Nelson, Clifford H., 90
Newell, Homer E., 62
Newkirk, Gordon, 64
Ney, Edward P., 140, 180
Nicks, Oran W., 88
Nikolayev, Andrian, 137
Nile River, photographs, 19, 144, 159, 176, 188, 191
Nimbus:
I,14, 15, 16,18, 22, 202
II, 15, 16, 20, 21
Nimbus program, 31, 192, 201, 202
Noble, J. R. H., 10
Nordberg, William, 20
Oberbeck, Verne R., 106
Oceanographic chart verification, 142
Oceanography from space, possibilities, 155
Office of Space Science and Applications, 88, 128
Offield, Terry W., 116
O'Keefe, John A., 60
Orbital Attitude Maneuvering System, failure, 172
Orbiter: I, 84-87
II, 88-95
III, 68, 93 107
IV, 108-113
V, 78, 89, 109, 114-125
Orientale Basin. Iunar feature. 110-113
Parks, Robert J., 63
Pecora, William T., 171
Phillips, Samuel C., 93, 198
Phlegra, Martian feature. 130
Pickering, William H., 48
Piland, Robert O., 145
Pohn, Howard A., 120, 121
Popovich, Pavel, 137
Press, Harry, 16
Prinz, lunar crater, 125
Purser, Paul E., 169
Quaide, William L., 106
Radiation emission, 20
Radiophysics and Space Research Center.
Cornell, 55
Rados, Robert M., 6
Ranger:
III, 41, 42
IV, 41, 42
V, 41, 42
Vl, ix, 41, 42, 46, 204
Vll, 41, 42, 46, 47, 204
VIII, 42, 46, 47, 48, 94, 95, 204
IX, 41, 42, 46, 48, 49, 204
Ranger Program, 41, 42, 46, 49, 201, 204.
See also Ranger
Reed, Richard J., 28
Reichelderfer, F. W., 14
Reiff, Glenn A., 81
Rendezvous, spacecraft, 164, 173
Rennilson, J. J.. 126, 128
Riccioli, lunar crater, 112
Richat structure, Mauritania. photograph. 148
Roberson, F. I., 67, 82
Robinove, Charles J., 19
Rook Mountains, lunar feature, 111
Rowan, Lawrence C., 98
Sabine EA, lunar crater, 105
Sahara, photographs, 169, 170, 189
Satellites, see by name or type
Saturn:
I, 209
V, vi, 196, 209
Scherer, Lee R., 114
Schirra, Walter M., Jr., 137, 164, 208
Schmidt, F. N., 81
Schneider, William C., 173
Schneiderman, Dan, 130
Schriever, Bernard A., 4
Schöters Valley, lunar feature, 124
Schurmeier, Harris M., 46
Scientific American, 152
Scott, David M., 172
Scott, Ronald F., 82
Seamans, Robert C.. Jr., 78
Seitz, James F., 179
Shallon, S. C., 66
Sharp, Robert P., 133
Shepard, Alan P., Jr., 137. 178
Shipley, Edward N., 52
Shoemaker, Eugene M., 51, 78
Silver iodide seeding, 8
Silverstein, Abe, 78
Singer, S. Fred, 8
Slayton, Donald K., 190
Solar corona observation, 64
Sonora Desert. photograph, 147
Soules. Stanley. 161, 168
Space Applications Program. 6, 36, 140
Space Science and Engineering Center, Wisconsin, Univ. of, 34
Sperling, Frank B., 71
Spin scan cloud camera, 34
Stafford, Thomas P., 164, 165, 173, 174, 180
Steinbacher. R. H., 80
Stevenson, Robert E., 143
Strickland, Arthur T., 92
Stroud. William G., 15
Suomi. Verner E., 34
Surface sampler experiment. 66, 67
Suez Canal. photograph. 190
Surveyor:
I, 42, 49, 50, 51, 52, 64, 65, 75, 90, 96, 126, 127
II, 42
III, 42, 65, 69, 90, 126-128
IV, 42
V, 42, 70, 73, 83
Vl, 42, 74, 77, 83
VII. 42, 78, 83, 120, 201
Surveyor Program. 42, 52, 57, 73, 76, 201, 207. See also Surveyor
Surveyor Scientific Evaluation Advisory Team, 72
Sutton, George H., 60
Swetnick, Martin J., 107
Synoptic terrain photography. 149, 160

 

Taback, Israel, 97
Table Mountain Observatory, 80
Technical specifications, 202-209
Television infrared Observational SatelIite. See Tiros, and Tiros program
Tepper, Morris, 6, 36
Tereshkova, Valentina, 137
Theophilus. Iunar crater. 102
Thompson, Floyd L., 84
Tibet, photographs, 141
Tiros:
I ,3, 6
III, 8
IV, 11
Vl, 202
IX, 12
Tiros program. 16, 29, 30, 31, 192, 201, 202, 203
Titan II, 208
Titov, Gherman, 137
Trask, Newell J., 105
Trombka, Jacob 1., 176
Tsiolkovsky, lunar crater, 97
Turkevich, Anthony, 72, 78
Turnock, James H., 73
Tycho, lunar crater, 78, 81, 120, 121, 207
Typhoons:
Opal, 33
Sarah, 33, 37
See also Hurricanes
Ukert, lunar crater. 100
Ultraviolet stellar spectra, 181
Underwood, Richard W., 146
Universities: Arizona, 44, 46, 68, 78, 88, 112
California, 48, 152
Chicago, 72, 78
Cornell, 55
Hawaii, 60
Houston, 126
Manchester, U.K.. 59
Maryland, 80
Miami, 8
Minnesota, 140, 180
Northwestern, 181
Washington, 28
Wisconsin, 34
Urey, Harold C., 48, 119
U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, 10
Venus, Mariner probe, 205
Vitello, lunar crater, 118
von Braun, Wernher, 196
Vortex structures, 21, 163, 168
Voskhod I, 137
Voskhod II, 150
Vostok I, 137
Wadlin, Kenneth L., 118
Wallops island, Va., 14, 27
Warnecke, Guenter, 21
Washington Society of Engineers, ix
Weather Bureau, U.S., 14, 30
Weather photography experiments, 160
Webb, James E., vi
Weiland, Stanley, 19
Whitaker, Ewen A., 68, 78
White, Edward H.. 142, 150, 151
White, Robert M., 12
White Sands, N. Mex., 4
Wilhelms, Don F.., 100
Wilmarth, Verl R.. 106, 107
Wise, Donald U., 122
World Meteorological Organization, 26
Yates, Donald N.. 4
Yegorov, Boris. 137
Young, A. T., 110
Young, John W., 173, 174
Zeiss lens, 142, 174
Zihlman, Fred A., 90
Zodiacal light study, 180
Zond III, 44, 45


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