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1988 Reports

  • NSTS 1988 News Reference Manual NASA 1988 -- The Space Shuttle is developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA coordinates and manages the Space Transportation System (NASA's name for the overall Shuttle program), including intergovernmental agency requirements and international and joint projects. NASA also oversees the launch and space flight requirements for civilian and commercial use.
  • Military Implications Of The Soviet Space Program by Major Elek J. Szkalak, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College The Soviet Union is seeking military superiority in space. The outcome of the U.S.-Soviet race in space will depend primarily on the U.S. space shuttle program's ability to regain its technological edge, and on the ability of the Soviets to close the "technological gap."

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