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The Space Review: Rocketplane & Human factors in commercial suborbital flight

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Mon Mar 21, 2005 4:22 pm
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imageSam Dinkin and John Jurist published several articles at Jeff Foust his Space Review website.

The articles related to private manned space development:

Rocket plane venture star (part 1)
David Urie was chief engineer for VentureStar and, now, Rocketplane. In the first part of an extended interview with Sam Dinkin, Urie talks about the operational and engineering issues associated with the Rocketplane XP.

It’s about engineering at Rocketplane
Two score and five years after X-15, it’s no longer about science. Sam Dinkin provides a backgrounder on Rocketplane Ltd.

Human factors in commercial suborbital flight: Getting adequate oxygen
Commercial passenger spaceflight requires tradeoffs between engineering and human environmental conditions. In his latest column, Dr. John Jurist explores how much oxygen passengers need, and how to provide it.

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