NEEP602 Course Notes (Fall 1996)
Resources from Space
Term Paper Topics for NEEP 602/Geology 376, Resources From Space
Molecular Clouds-Chemistry and Composition Molecular Clouds-Properties: Temp., Density, Dynamics, and Distribution in the Galaxy Star Formation Planet Formation The Greenhouse Effect-How it Works The Greenhouse Effect-Greenhouse Gases The Greenhouse Effect-Impact on Planets The Greenhouse Effect-Implications for Earth Radar Mapping of Planetary and Satellite Surfaces Supplying a Lunar Settlement: Transportation Issues Transportation for Earth-Mars Commerce Travel Among the Asteroids: Not as Easy as it Sounds Diverting a Comet into a Useful Orbit Transportation for the Outer Solar System Acquiring 3He from a Gas Giant's Atmosphere Single Mission Descriptions: Mission and Accomplishments-Mariner Single Mission Descriptions: Mission and Accomplishments-Viking Single Mission Descriptions: Mission and Accomplishments-LUNA (USSR) Single Mission Descriptions: Mission and Accomplishments-Galileo Hubble Space Telescope Space Insurance and Private Sector Projects: Demand, Supply and Cost Government-Industry Relationships in Commercial Development of Space Launch Services for Private Sector Projects: Supply, Demand, Cost, and Pricing Lunar and/or Martian Concrete or Its Equivalent construction Material Constraint on Lunar and/or Martian Agriculture Radiation Risk and Protection on the Moon, Mars, and/or in Route to Mars Volatiles Refining, i. e., Separation of Gaseous Mixtures on the Moon Current Status of Space and Related International Law Related to Resource Extraction and Use Resource Implications of Clay Minerals on Mars Net Terrestrial Environmental Impact of the Use of Space Resources Nuclear Reactors in Space Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators For Space Applications Nuclear Thermal Rockets Effect of 3He Fusion Power Plants on Earth-Effect on Global Warming Remote Sensing of Resources on the Moon Production of Oxygen from Ilmentite by Hydrogen Reduction Contours of Solar Wind Implantation on the Moon Effect of Using Indigenous Oxygen From the Moon on Transportation From Earth How to Provide, From Lunar Sources, the Elements Consumed in a Typical Student's Diet for 1 Day A 10 tonne/d oxygen plant that uses lunar "ore" The Evolution of the Atmospheres of Earth, Venus, and Mars. The Role of Free Water in the Evolution and Rheology in Planetary Bodies A Comparison of Environmental Features of the DT, DD, and D3He Fusion Cycles
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