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The Space Shuttle and Its Replacement
(Released September 2004)

 
  by Martin Nowicki  

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  1. Aerospace planes and trans-atmospheric vehicles - Recent US studies revive dormant technologies
    Interavia. Vol. 41, pp. 305-308. Mar. 1986

  2. AIAA engine design competition for a transatmospheric cargo (TAC) vehicle
    AIAA, SAE, ASME, and ASEE, Joint Propulsion Conference, 26th, Orlando, FL, July 16-18, 1990. 12 p.

  3. Beta 2: A near term, fully reusable, horizontal takeoff and landing two-stage-to-orbit launch vehicle concept
    In its Rocket-Based Combined-Cycle (RBCC) Propulsion Technology Workshop. Tutorial Session 7 p (SEE N92-21517 12-20)

  4. A century of ramjet propulsion technology evolution
    Journal of Propulsion and Power. Vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 27-58. Jan. 2004

  5. CAIB report provokes praise and promises of action.
    Space News. Vol. 14, no. 34, pp. 3. 1 Sept. 2003

  6. China's great leap upward
    Scientific American. Vol. 289, no. 4, pp. pp.58-65. Oct. 2003 nbsp;
  7. Crew escape: Past, present and future - A historical survey of all crewed U.S. launch vehicles
    HSTE 2000 - Human Space Transportation and Exploration Workshop, Galveston, TX, Proceedings; Feb. 28-Mar. 1 2000. 2000

  8. The design and performance estimates for the propulsion module for the booster of a TSTO vehicle
    AIAA, AHS, and ASEE, Aircraft Design Systems and Operations Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Sept. 23-25, 1991. 13 p.

  9. Economic analysis on the Space Transportation Architecture Study (STAS) NASA team
    AIAA Space Technology Conference & Exposition, Albuquerque, NM; 28-30 Sept. 1999. 1999

  10. Engine concepts for space applications
    Air University Review. Vol. 23, pp. 45-53. Sept.-Oct. 1972

  11. Farewell to the orbital space plane.
    Spaceflight. Vol. 46, no. 6, pp. 248-252. June 2004

  12. Fifty years of hypersonics: where we've been, where we're going.
    Progress in Aerospace Sciences. Vol. 39, no. 6-7, pp. 511-536. Aug.-Oct. 2003

  13. From Columbia to Constellation: Crafting a new space policy.
    Aerospace America. Vol. 42, no. 4, pp. 36-38,41-43. Apr. 2004

  14. Hypersonic ramjets for space shuttles
    1970. 18 p pp.

  15. Lockheed's Lone Ranger - Reconnoitring at Mach 3 (SR-71/YF-12 production)
    Air International. Vol. 7, pp. 159-166, 203. Oct. 1974

  16. Many happy returns: Re-usable landing craft could complete the final leg of NASA's return to the Moon.
    Engineer (London). Vol. 293, no. 7644, pp. 10. 6-19 Feb. 2004

  17. Modular carrier rockets for Europe
    Herrmann Oberth Gesellschaft, Raumfahrtkongress, 30th, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany, Paper, In German; 1-4 Oct. 1981. 31 p. pp. 1981

  18. Moving forward on the Orbital Space Plane
    Spaceflight; 46 (4) Apr 2004, pp. 156-160

  19. NASA eyes secret D-21 for RLV engine tests
    Aviation Week & Space Technology. Vol. 151, no. 23, pp. 28-30. 6 Dec. 1999

  20. Ramjet plus rocket propulsion for a reliable space shuttle
    AIAA, International Aerospace Planes and Hypersonics Technologies Conference, 6th, Chattanooga, TN; 3-7 Apr. 1995. 1995

  21. Ramjet/scramjet plus rocket propulsion for a heavy-lift Space Shuttle
    IAF, International Astronautical Congress, 44th, Graz, Austria; 16-22 Oct. 1993. 1993