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The study of Space Station Needs, Attributes, and Architectural Op-tions was a broad based mission analysis contract to determine key mis-sions and benefits that justify a Space Station, develop a supporting con-stituency, and define a reasonable plan to implement the recommended architectural concept.
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under contract NASW Space Station Task Force Contracting Study Project Manager - E. Brian Pritchard by. The objective of the Space Station Needs, Attributes and Architectural Options (SSNAAO) study was to develop a potential user base, mission requirements, architectural concepts, and costing for a space station system.
Figure shows a configuration concept of a space station developed from the reference station concept that resulted from the. Space Station needs, attributes and architectural options. Volume 2, book 2, part 1: Mission implementation concepts Abstract. The overall configuration and modules of the initial and evolved space station are described as well as tended industrial and polar platforms.
Space station needs, attributes and architectural options study. summary. Abstract. Advantages and disadvantages were assessed for configuration options for a modular 14' diameter space station, a modular aft cargo carrier and a shuttle derived vehicle.
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