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  1. Kumar Krishen, Compiler, Dual-Use Space Technology Transfer Conference and Exhibition - Volumes I and II, CP-1994-32363, 5/1/1994, pp. 921, Location unavailable.


  2. Jeffrey Poliner*; Robert P. Wilmington*; Glenn K. Klute, Geometry and Gravity Influences on Strength Capability, TP-3511, 12/1/1994, pp. 25, *Lockheed Engineering & Sciences Company, Houston, Texas.


  3. Kirsten Welge; Alicia Moore; Ruth Ann Pope; Suzette Shivers, Evaluation of X-38 Crew Return Vehicle Input Control Devices in a Microgravity Environment, TM-2000-208925, 12/1/2000, pp. 45, Location unavailable.


  4. Friedrich Horz, Glen Cress, Mike Zolensky, Thomas H. See*, Ronald P. Bernhard*, Jack L. Warren*, Optical Analysis of Impact Features in Aerogel From the Orbital Debris Collection Experiment on the Mir Station, TM-1999-209372, 8/1/1999, pp. 158, * Lockheed-Martin.


  5. Ronald R. Robinson, Joseph P. Dervay, Johnny Conkin*, An Evidence-Based Approach for Estimating Decompression Sickness Risk in Aircraft Operations, TM-1999-209374, 7/1/1999, pp. 17, *National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Houston, Texas 77030-3498.


  6. Steven R. Cook*, and Mark A. Hoffbauer*, Measurement of Momentum Transfer Coefficients for H2, N2, CO, and CO2 Incident Upon Spacecraft Surfaces, TP-1997-3701, 11/1/1997, pp. 81, *Los Alamos National Laboratory.


  7. David K. Barton*, David Brillinger**, A.H. El-Shaarawi***, Patrick McDaniel#, Kenneth H. Pollock##, Michael T. Tuley###, Final Report of the Haystack Orbital Debris Data Review Panel, TM-1998-4809, 2/1/1998, pp. 60, *Anro Engineering; **University of California; ***National Weather Research Institute; #United States Air Force; ##North Carolina State University; ###Georgia Institute of Technology.


  8. Gary E. Riccio* and P. Vernon McDonald**, Multimodal Perception and Multicriterion Control of Nested Systems: I. Coordination of Postural Control and Vehicular Control, TP-1998-3703, 1/1/1998, pp. 76, *Nascent Technologies, Ltd. **National Space Biomedical Research Institute.


  9. Sudhakar Rajulu*, Lightweight Seat Lever Operation Characteristics, TP-1999-209577, 9/1/1999, pp. 26, *Lockheed Martin.


  10. Jacquie Minton, Development of the Space Operations Incident Reporting Tool (SOIRT), TP-1997-3660, 6/1/1997, pp. 25, Location unavailable.


  11. Glenn C. Hamilton, M.D.*; Philip Stepaniak, M.D.; Denis Stizza, M.D.*; Richard Garrision, M.D.*; and David Gerstner, EMT-P*, Considerations for Medical Transport From the Space Station via an Assured Crew Return Vehicle (ACRV), TM-2001-210198, 7/1/2001, pp. 42, *Wright State University, Department of Emergency Medicine, Kettering, Ohio.


  12. Jennifer L. Rhatigan, Ph.D., Effects of Gas-Phase Radiation and Detailed Kinetics on the Burning and Extinction of a Solid Fuel, TP-2001-210770, 6/1/2001, pp. 155, Location unavailable.


  13. Gary Riley*, editor, Third CLIPS Conference Proceedings - Volumes I and II, CP-10162, 11/1/1994, pp. 401, I-NET, Inc. Houston, Texas 77058.


  14. Thomas A. Sullivan, Catalog of Apollo Experiment Operations, RP-1994-1317, 1/1/1994, pp. 161, Location unavailable.


  15. Kwangjae Sung, Ph.D.*, Millard F. Reschke, Ph.D., A Model-Based Approach for the Measurement of Eye Movements Using Image Processing, TP-1997-3680, 4/1/1997, pp. 44, *Visiting Scientist, University Space Research Association.


  16. Gary E. Riccio*; P. Vernon McDonald*; Brian T. Peters**; Charles S. Layne**; Jacob J. Bloomberg, Understanding Skill in EVA Mass Handling, Volume I: Theoretical & Operational Foundations, TP-1997-3684pt1, 6/1/1997, pp. 37, * Nascent Technologies; ** KRUG Life Sciences.


  17. Gary E. Riccio*; P. Vernon McDonald*; Brian T. Peters**; Charles S. Layne**; Jacob J. Bloomberg, Understanding Skill in EVA Mass Handling, Volume II; Empirical Investigation, TP-1997-3684pt2, 7/1/1997, pp. 36, * Nascent Technologies; ** KRUG Life Sciences.


  18. Johnny Conkin, Ph.D., M.S.*, Evidence-Based Approach to the Analysis of Serious Decompression Sickness With Application to EVA Astronauts`, TP-2001-210196, 1/1/2001, pp. 60, *National Space Biomedical Research Institute.


  19. John V. Shebalin, Spectral Algorithm for Solving the Relativistic Vlasov-Maxwell Equations, TP-2001-210195, 1/1/2001, pp. 28, Location unavailable.


  20. Lori C. Walters, Ph.D., To Create Space on Earth: The Space Environment Simulation Laboratory and Project Apollo, CR-2003-208933, 2/1/2003, pp. 60, Location unavailable.


  21. Francis A. Cucinotta*, John W. Wilson**, Premkumar Saganti*, Xiaodong Hu1, Myung-Hee Y. Kim*, Timothy Cleghorn*, Cary Zeitlin***, and Ram K. Tripathi**, PHYSICS OF THE ISOTOPIC DEPENDENCE OF GCR FLUENCE BEHIND SHIELDING, TP-2003-210792, 2/1/2003, pp. 50, *NASA, Johnson Space Center, Houston TX, 77058; **2NASA, Langley Research Center, Hampton VA, 23664; ***3Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 94720.


  22. Laura A. Thompson, Raj S. Chhikara, Johnny Conkin, Cox Proportional Hazards Models for Modeling the Time To Onset of Decompression Sickness in Hypobaric Environments, TP-2003-210791, 3/1/2003, pp. 52, Location unavailable.


  23. Mihriban Whitmore*, Andrea Berman*, Diane Byerly, Ergonomic Evaluations of Microgravity Workstations, CR-1996-201378, 7/1/1996, pp. 57, * Lockheed Martin Engineering and Sciences Company Houston, Texas.


  24. David A. Bloss, Model-Based Automatic Generation of Grasping Regions, TM-104785, 12/1/1993, pp. 13, Location unavailable.


  25. Sudhakar L. Rajulu,* Glenn K. Klute, and Lauren Fletcher, Evaluation of COSTAR Mass Handling Characteristics in an Environment, A Simulation of the Hubble Space Telescope Service Mission, TP-1994-3489, 8/1/1994, pp. 66, * Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company, Houston, Texas.


  26. Joseph P. Loftus, Jr.*, The Problem of Space Pollution (Space Debris), TT-1994-21651, 10/1/1994, pp. 100, *Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas.


  27. Olga P. Gorelik, Pavel Nikolaev, Sivarem Arepalli, Purification Procedures for Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes, CR-2000-208926, 5/1/2001, pp. 56, Location unavailable.


  28. Regor Saulsberry, ISO 9001 Certification Government-Contractor Team Implementation Model Study, SP-1997-6106, 2/1/1997, pp. 83, White Sands Test Facility White Sands, New Mexico.


  29. George C. Nield, Ed.; Pavel Mikhailovich Vorobiev, Ed.*, Phase 1 Program Joint Report, SP-1999-6108, 1/1/1999, pp. 322, * Russian Space Agency.


  30. Gary E. Riccio* , P. Vernon McDonald**, Gregg E. Irvin***, and Jacob J. Bloomberg, TP 3703, Multimodal Perception and Multicriterion Control of Nested Systems: II. Constraints on Crew Members During Space Vehicle Abort, Entry, and Landing, TP-1998-3703v2, 4/1/1998, pp. 42, *Nascent Technologies, Ltd. **Wyle Laboratories ***Nascent Technologies.


  31. Michael B. Duke*; Stephen J. Hoffman**; Kelly Snook, NASA, Lunar Surface Reference Mission: A Description of Human and Robotic Surface Activities, TP-2003-212053, 7/1/2003, pp. 122, *Colorado School of Mines;**SAIC.


  32. K. S. Jarvis;* T. L. Thumm;* K. Jorgensen;** J. L. Africano;*** P. F. Sydney;*** M. J. Matney;* E. G. Stansbery;** M. K. Mulrooney****, Charged Coupled Device Debris Telescope Observations of the Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environment – Observing Year: 1998, TP-2002-210773, 4/1/2002, pp. 68, *Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Houston, TX; **Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX; ***Boeing North American, Colorado Springs, CO; ****Ariel Research Company, Houston, TX.


  33. John V. Shebalin, The Statistical Mechanics of Ideal Homogeneous Turbulence, TP-2002-210783, 5/1/2002, pp. 145, Location unavailable.


  34. Thomas H. See*, Friedrich Horz, David W. Mittlefehldt, Laura Varley**, Stan Mertzman***, David Roddy****, Major Element Analyses of the Target Rocks at Meteor Crater, Arizona, TM-2002-210787, 8/1/2002, pp. 31, * Lockheed-Martin Space Operations; ** Lunar and Planetary Institute; *** Franklin & Marshall College; **** United States Geological Survey.


  35. Author unavailable, The JSC Research and Development Annual Report, 1993, TM-104787, 8/1/1994, pp. 216, Location unavailable.


  36. Dennis Morrison, Second International CONFERENCE ON Nearfield Optical Analysis: Photodynamic Therapy & Photobiology Effects, CP-2002-210786, 10/1/2002, pp. 105, Location unavailable.


  37. Christopher S. Allen, Rebeka Burnett, John Charles, Frank Cucinotta, et al., Guidelines and Capabilities for Designing Human Missions, TM-2003-210785, 1/1/2003, pp. 102, Location unavailable.


  38. Frances E. Mount*, Mihriban Whitmore, Sheryl L. Stealey, Evaluation of Neutral Body Posture on Shuttle Mission STS-57 (SPACEHAB-1), TM-2003-104805revA, 2/1/2003, pp. 20, *NSBRI Rev. A. is a re-issue of the electronic copy only with all illustrations incorporated.


  39. James A. Loehr, M.S.*, Stuart M.C. Lee, M.S.*; Suzanne M. Schneider, Ph.D **, Use of a Slick-Plate as a Contingency Exercise Surface for the Treadmill With Vibration Isolation System, TM-2003-210789, 2/1/2003, pp. 27, *Wyle Laboratories, Houston, Texas **Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas.


  40. Eric L. Christiansen, Meteoroid/Debris Shielding, TP-2003-210788, 8/1/2003, pp. 111, Location unavailable.


  41. Johnny Conkin, Jill S. Klein, Keena E. Acock, Description of 103 Cases of Hypobaric Sickness from NASA-sponsored Research (1982-1999), TM-2003-212052, 7/1/2003, pp. 119, Location unavailable.


  42. John Johannesen, Evaluation of Critical Care Monitor Technology During the U.S. Navy Strong Angel Exercise, CR-2003-208937, 8/1/2003, pp. 60, Wyle Laboratories.


  43. Stuart M.C. Lee*; Alan D. Moore, Jr.*; Janice M. Fritsch-Yelle; Michael Greenisen; Suzanne M. Schneider; Philip P. Foster**, Effect of In-Flight Exercise and Extravehicular Activity on Postflight Stand Tests, TM-2000-210185, 5/1/2000, pp. 30, * Wyle Laboratories, Houston, TX 77058-2787; **Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX 77058.


  44. Julie A. Robinson*, S. Douglas Holland, Susan K. Runco, David E. Pitts**, Victor S. Whitehead***, Serge M. Andréfouët****, High-Definition Television Images for Earth Observations and Earth Science Applications, TP-2000-210189, 7/1/2000, pp. 29, *Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Houston, TX; **Pitts Scientific, Houston, TX; ***Sundown Applied Sciences Associates, Houston, TX; ****University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL.


  45. Susmita Mohanty*, Design Concepts for Zero-G Whole Body Cleansing on ISS Alpha; Part II: Individual Design Project, CR-2001-208931, 9/1/2001, pp. 76, *International Space University.


  46. Author unavailable, JSC Research & Technology 1993 Annual Report, TM-104788, 4/1/1994, pp. 137, Location unavailable.


  47. Annie Platoff*, Eyes on the Red Planet: Human Mars Mission Planning, 1952-1970, CR-2001-208928, 7/1/2001, pp. 115, *formerly of Arizona State University.


  48. Harold D. Beeson, Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels: Database Extension Task 3.0 and Impact Damage Effects Control Task 8.0*, TP-2002-210769, 1/2/2002, pp. 267, *Also published as White Sands Test Facility document # WSTF-TR-0957.


  49. Johnny Conkin, Ph.D., A Log Logistic Survival Model Applied to Hypobaric Decompression Sickness, TP-2001-210775, 12/1/2001, pp. 24, Location unavailable.


  50. Susan Steinberg* Doug Ming, Don Henning, Plant Production Systems for Microgravity: Critical Issues in Water, Air, and Solute Transport Through Unsaturated Porous Media, TM-2002-210774, 2/1/2002, pp. 77, *Liberated Technical.


  51. Jane T. Malin,* LaDessa Hicks,* David Overland,* Carroll Thronesbery,** Renee Chow,*** and Klaus Christoffersen***, Creating a Team Archive During Fast-Paced Anomaly Response Activities in Space Missions, TP-2002-210776, 2/1/2002, pp. 16, *Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas; **S&E Electronics, Hosuton, Texas; ***Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.


  52. Johnny Conkin, Ph.D., M.S., Andrew A. Pilmanis, Ph.D., M.S.*, James T. Webb, Ph.D., M.S.**, Case Descriptions and Observations About Cutis Marmorata From Hypobaric Decompressions, TP-2002-210779, 4/1/2002, pp. 35, *Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks Air Force Base, TX **Wyle Life Sciences, Inc.


  53. Stephen J. Hoffman*, Antarctic Exploration Parallels for Future Human Planetary Exploration: A Workshop Report, TP-2002-210778, 4/1/2002, pp. 103, *SAIC, Houston, TX.


  54. Daigoro Ito,* Jennifer Georgie,** John Valasek,** Donald T. Ward*, Reentry Flight Vehicle Controls Design Guidelines: Dynamic Inversion, TP-2002-210771, 3/1/2002, pp. 116, *Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas**Flight Simulation Laboratory, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.


  55. Thomas J. Goodwin, Ph.D., Physiological and Molecular Genetic Effects of Time-Varying Electromagnetic Fields on Human Neuronal Cells, TP-2003-212054, 9/1/2003, pp. 37, Location unavailable.


  56. Laura A. Thompson,* Johnny Conkin,** Raj S. Chhikara,* and Michael R. Powell***, Modeling Grade IV Gas Emboli Using a Limited Failure Population Modelwith Random Effects, TP-2002-210781, 5/1/2002, pp. 46, *UH-CL, School of Natural and Applied Sciences, Houston, TX; **National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Houston, TX; NASA-Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX.


  57. Compiled by Lyle Jenkins, New Intitiatives Office, JSC Director's Discretionary Fund 1993 Annual Report, TM-104789, 2/1/1994, pp. total unavailable, For additional information, contact Lyle Jenkins at 713-483-0277.


  58. Francis Cucinotta, Walter Schimmerling,** John W. Wilson,*** Leif E. Peterson,**** Guatam Badhwar, Premkumar Saganti, and John F. Dicello*, Space Radiation Cancer Risk Projections for Exploration Missions: Uncertainty Reduction and Mitigation, TP-2002-210777, 1/8/2002, pp. 57, *Johns Hopkins Medical School; **NASA Headquarters; ***NASA Langley Research Center; ****Baylor College of Medicine.


  59. Jer-Chyi Liou*; Mark J. Matney*; Phillip D. Anz-Meador**; Donald Kessler***; Mark Jansen****; Jeffery R. Theall, The New NASA Orbital Debris Engineering Model ORDEM2000, TP-2002-210780, 5/1/2002, pp. 99, *Lockheed Martin Space Operations; **Viking Science and Technology, Inc.; ***private consultant; ****Hernandez Engineering.


  60. Shannon Melton*, Ashot Sargsyan*, Evaluation of Human Research Facility Ultrasound With the ISS Video System, TP-2003-212056, 8/1/2003, pp. 23, * Wyle Life Sciences, Houston, Texas.


  61. Harold Beeson*, Stephen Woods**, Guide for Hydrogen Hazards Analysis on Components and Systems, TM-2003-212059, 10/1/2003, pp. 45, *White Sands Test Facility, New Mexico **Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc., White Sands Test Facility, New Mexico Originally published as WSTF TP 937 in 1998.


  62. Stanley J. Kleis, Ph.D.*, Tuan Truong, Thomas J. Goodwin, Ph.D., Automated Static Culture System Cell Module Mixing Protocol and Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis, TM-2004-212067, 1/1/2004, pp. 32, *University of Houston, Houston, Texas.


  63. Francis A. Cucinotta, Mark R. Shavers, Premkumar B. Saganti*, Jack Miller**, Editors, Radiation Protection Studies of International Space Station Extravehicular Activity Space Suits, TP-2003-212051, 12/1/2003, pp. 196, *Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas **Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California.


  64. Michael K. Ewert, Johnson Space Center's Role in a Sustainable Future, TM-2004-212069, 2/1/2004, pp. 135, Location unavailable.


  65. Edward A. Boesiger, Compiler, 37th Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, CP-2004-212073, 5/1/2004, pp. 405, Location unavailable.


  66. A. J. Hanford, Ph.D., Advanced Life Support Research and Technology Development Metric - Fiscal Year 2003, CR-2004-208939, 4/1/2004, pp. 48, Location unavailable.


  67. Susan Mangus,* William Larsen**, Lunar Receiving Laboratory Project History, CR-2004-208938, 6/1/2004, pp. 76, Location unavailable.


  68. Donald A. Morrison, Editor, The Lunar Scout Program: An International Program to Survey the Moon From Orbit for Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Imagery, Geodesy, and Gravity, TM-104791, 4/1/1994, pp. 155, Location unavailable.


  69. Stephen J. Hoffman, Ph.D.*, Advanced EVA Capabilities: A Study for NASA's Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concept Program, TP-2004-212068, 4/1/2004, pp. 172, *Science Applications International Corporation, Houston, Texas.


  70. M.G. Rapley*, S.M.C. Lee*, M.E. Guilliams*, M.C. Greenisen, S.M. Schneider, Heat Production During Countermeasure Exercises Planned for the International Space Station, TP-2004-212061, 3/1/2004, pp. 116, *Wyle Laboratories, Houston, Texas.


  71. A.D. Moore, Jr.*, W.E. Amonette*, J.R. Bentley*, M.G. Rapley*, K.L. Blazine*, J.A. Loehr*, K.R. Collier**, C.R. Boettcher**, J.S. Skrocki**, R.J. Hohmann** D.W. Korth**, R.D. Hagan, C.Lundquist, T.E. Pelischek, S.F. Schneider, Results of the International Space Station Interim Resistance Exercise Device Man-in-the-Loop Test, TP-2004-212062, 2/1/2004, pp. 28, *Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Wyle Laboratories, Houston, Texas **Flight Hardware Engineering Group, Wyle Laboratories, Houston, Texas.


  72. W.E. Amonette*, J.R. Bentley**, S.M.C. Lee**, L.A. Loehr**, S. Schneider, Ground Reaction Force and Mechanical Differences Between the Interim Resistive Exercise Device (iRED) and Smith Machine While Performing a Squat, TP-2004-212063, 3/1/2004, pp. 39, *Bergaila Engineering Services, Houston, TX **Wyle Laboratories, Houston, TX.


  73. David R. Williams, M.D.*; Brian J. Johnson, EMU Shoulder Injury Tiger Team Report, TM-2003-212058, 9/1/2003, pp. 101, *Canadian Space Agency, Saint Hubert, Quebec.


  74. Myung-Hee Y. Kim, John W. Wilson, Francis A. Cucinotta, An Improved Solar Cycle Statistical Model for the Projection of Near Future Sunspot Cycles, TP-2004-212070, 9/1/2004, pp. 32, Wylie Laboratiories and Langley Research Center.


  75. A. J. Hanford, PhD., Advanced Life Support Research and Technology Development Metric – Fiscal Year 2004, CR-2004-208944, 10/22/2004, pp. 54, Location unavailable.


  76. Anthony J. Hanford, Ph. D., Advanced Life Support and Baseline Values Assumptions Document, CR-2004-208944, 8/1/2004, pp. 158, Location unavailable.


  77. John ConKin, Ph.D., M.S., A PROBABILITY MODEL OF DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS AT 4.3 PSIA AFTER EXERCISE PREBREATHE, TP-2004-213158, 12/10/2004, pp. 104, Location unavailable.


  78. R. David Hampton, Michael J. Leamy, Paul J. Bryant, Naveed Quraishi, Deformation and Flexibility Equations for ARIS Umbilicals Idealized as Planar Elastica, TM-2004-213155, 1/1/2005, pp. 20, Location unavailable.


  79. D. M. Curry, S. D. Williams*, Dennis Chao**, and Vuong Pham, Analysis of the Shuttle Orbiter Reinforced Carbon-Carbon Oxidation Protection System, TM-104792, 6/1/1994, pp. 70, * Lockheed Engineering Sciences Company, ** Rockwell International.


  80. Julianna Fishman, Paul D. Mudgett, Nigel J. Packham, John R. Schultz, John E. Straub II, Expert Water Quality Panel Review of Responses to the NASA Request for Information for the International Space Station On-Board Environmental Monitoring System, TM-2004-213156, 1/1/2005, pp. 64, Location unavailable.


  81. Stuart M.C. Lee, M.S., Elevated Skin Blood Flow Influences Near Infrared Spectroscopy Measurements During Supine Rest, TP-2004-213149, 10/1/2004, pp. 24, Location unavailable.


  82. Kiley Wren, Bioastronautics Roadmap: A Risk Reduction Strategy for Human Space Exploration, SP-2005-6113, 2/1/2005, pp. 208, Location unavailable.


  83. Stuart M.C. Lee, Performance of the Liquid-Cooling Garment With the Advanced Crew Escape Suit Elevated Cabin Temperature, TP-2004-212074, 7/1/2004, pp. total unavailable, Location unavailable.


  84. J.L. Warren, M.E. Zolensky, A.J. Simmons, T.J. Bevill, Cosmic Dust Catalog - Volume 16, TM-2004-213147, 7/1/2004, pp. 148, Location unavailable.


  85. Engineering Directorate, Arc Jet Screening Tests Of Phase 1 Orbiter Tile Repair Materials and Uncoated RSI High Temperature Emittance Measurements, TP-2005-213150, 4/1/2005, pp. 124, Location unavailable.


  86. Kevin E. Lange, Alan T. Perka, Bruce E. Duffeld and Frank F. Jeng, Bounding the Spacecraft Atmosphere Design. Space for Future Exploration Missions, CR-2005-213689, 6/1/2005, pp. 52, Location unavailable.


  87. Space and Life Sciences Directorate, Human Adaptation and Countrmeasures Office., KC-135 and Other Microgravity Simulations, Summary Report., TM-2005-213162a, 8/1/2005, pp. 148, Location unavailable.


  88. B. Woolford, E. Fielder, Cognition in Space Workshop I: Metrics and Models Final Report, TM-2005-213161, 6/1/2005, pp. 18, Location unavailable.


  89. Francis A. Cucinotta*, Myung-Hee Y. Kim**, Lei Ren***, Managing Lunar and Mars Mission Radiation Risks Part I: Cancer Risks, Uncertainties, and Shielding Effectiveness, TP-2005-213164, 7/1/2005, pp. 44, Location unavailable.


  90. J. Russell Carpenter, Progress in Navigation Filter Estimate Fusion and Its Application to Spacecraft Rendezvous, TM-104794, 7/1/1994, pp. 76, Location unavailable.


  91. John A. Christian III, Fluctuations in Conjunction Miss Distance Projections as Time Approaches Time of Closest Approach, TP-2005-213159, 7/1/2005, pp. 36, Location unavailable.


  92. Edited by William A. Hyman, Donn G. Sickorez , and Dawn M. Leveritt, NASA Summer Faculty Fellowship Program 2004, Vols 1 and 2, CR-2005-213690 vol 1, 8/1/2005, pp. 348, 2 Volumes. Volume 1=186 pages, volum 2=162 pages.


  93. Jennifer L. Rhatigan, Julie A. Robinson, Charles F. Sawin, Exploration-Related Research on ISS: Connecting Science Results to Future Missions, TP-2005-213166, 8/1/2005, pp. 34, Location unavailable.


  94. G. Schaffner, J. DeWitt, J. Bentley, E. Yarmanova, I. Kozlovskaya, D. Hagan, Effect of Load Levels of Subject Loading Device on Gait, Ground Reaction Force, and Kinematics during Human Treadmill Locomotion in a Weightless Environment, TP-2005-213169, 10/1/2005, pp. 40, Location unavailable.


  95. John Goodman, Knowledge Capture and Management for Space Flight Systems, CR-2005-213692, 10/1/2005, pp. 25, Location unavailable.


  96. Leah Holmes, Analysis of Past and Possible Threats Posed by Satellite Breakups and Potential Actions to Minimize Their Risk to Human Tended Vehicles, CR-2005-213691, 12/1/2005, pp. 50, Location unavailable.


  97. John Goodman, GPS Lessons Learned from the International Space Station, Space Shuttle and X-38, CR-2005-213693, 11/1/2005, pp. 120, Location unavailable.


  98. A. Hanford, Ph.D., Advanced Life Support Research and Technology Development Metric Fiscal Year 2005, CR-2006-213694, 3/1/2006, pp. 105, Location unavailable.


  99. D. Hagan, P.h.D, Biomechanical Evaluation of Locomotion on the Russian BD-1 Treadmill in a Weightless Environment (KC-135), TM-2006-213718, 3/1/2006, pp. 38, Location unavailable.


  100. Alfred Lunde,* James Lee Foster, Jr.**, A 160-Day Simulation of Space Station Debris Avoidance Operations with the United States Space Command (USSPACECOM), TM-2006-213720, 5/1/2006, pp. 74, Location unavailable.


  101. *Jeffrey Poliner, Lauren Fletcher, and Glenn K. Klute, Evaluation of Lens Distortion Errors Using an Underwater Camera System for Video-Based Motion Analysis, TM-104795, 7/1/1994, pp. 18, *Lockheed Engineering & Sciences Co., Houston, Texas.


  102. James L. Hyde; Ronald P. Bernhard, STS-111 (OV-105 Flight 18) Meteoroid/Orbital Debris Postflight Assessment, TP-2006-213716, 4/1/2006, pp. 54, Location unavailable.


  103. J. Bentley, M. Leach, f. McCleary, C. Smith, J. Norcross, D. Hagan, Advanced Resistive Exercise Device (ARED) Man-In-The-Loop Test, TP-2006-213717, 5/1/2006, pp. 46, Location unavailable.


  104. Artem L. Ponomarev, NASA Radiation Track Image GUI for Assessing Space Radiation Biological Effects, TP-2006-213719, 5/1/2006, pp. 30, Location unavailable.


  105. Donald A. Thomas, Julie A. Robinson, Judy Tate, Tracy Thumm, Inspiring the Next Generation: Student Experiments and Educational Activities on the International Space Station, 2001-2006, TP-2006-213721, 5/1/2006, pp. 108, Location unavailable.


  106. Samuel Strauss, Extravehicular Mobility Unit Training Suit Symptom Study Report, TP-2004-212075, 6/1/2004, pp. 38, Location unavailable.


  107. S. Gomez, Three Years of Global Positioning System Experience on International Space Station, TP-2006-213168, 6/1/2006, pp. 24, Location unavailable.


  108. James C. Maida, Charles K. Bowen, Ph.D., John W. Pace, Enhanced Lighting Techniques and Augmented Reality to Improve Human Task Performance, TP-2006-213724, 7/1/2006, pp. 34, Location unavailable.


  109. Suderman, M.T.; McCarthy, M.; Mossell, E.; Watts4, D.M.; Peters, C.J.; Shope, R.; and Goodwin, T.J., Three-Dimensional Human Bronchial-Tracheal Epithelial Tissue-Like Assemblies (TLAs) as Hosts For Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)-CoV Infection, TP-2006-213723, 6/1/2006, pp. 40, Location unavailable.


  110. Prepared by: Space and Life Sciences Directorate, C-9 and Other Microgravity Simulations, TM-2006-213727, 9/15/2006, pp. 202, Location unavailable.


  111. Sandra A. Wagner, The Apollo Experience Lessons Learned for Constellation Lunar Dust Management, TP-2006-213726, 10/1/2006, pp. 71, Location unavailable.


  112. Philip A. Bishop*, Suzanne Fortney, Michael Greenisen, Alan D. Moore, Jr.**, William Squires***, and Steven F. Siconolfi, Procedures Manual for Exercise Physiology Laboratories, RP-1340, 9/1/1997, pp. 56, *University of Alabama, **KRUG Life Sciences, ***Texas Lutheran College.


  113. William A. Ehrenstrom, *Colin Swaney, Patrick Forrester, International Space Station Alpha Remote Manipulator System Workstation Controls Test Report, TM-104796 JSC-26704, 5/1/1994, pp. 80, *Rockwell Space Operations Company, Houston, Texas.


  114. Julie A. Robinson,* Jennifer L. Rhatigan,* David K. Baumann,* Judy Tate,** Tracy Thumm**, International Space Station Research Summary Through Expedition 10, TP-2006-213146, 9/1/2006, pp. 142, Location unavailable.


  115. Jerry Goodman, Crew Station Aspects of Manned Spacecraft, TP-2006-213725, 10/1/2006, pp. 434, Location unavailable.


  116. Richard S. Johnston, Lawrence f. Dietlein, M.D., and Charles A. Berry, M.D., Biomedical Results of Apollo, SP-2006-368, 10/1/2006, pp. 580, Previously published under JSC 12856 in 1975.


  117. Andrew F. J. Abercromby, MEI Technologies, Inc.; Sherry S. Thaxton, Lockheed Martin; Elizabeth A. Onady, LZ Tech; Sudhakar L. Rajulue, NASA, Johnson Space Center, Reach Envelope and Field of Vision Quantification in Mark III Space Suit using Delaunay Triangulation, TP-2006-213729, 11/1/2006, pp. 58, Location unavailable.


  118. Ashot E. Sargsyan, Douglas R. Hamilton, Shannon L. Melton, Jeffrey Young, The International Space Station Ultrasound Imaging Capability Overview for Prospective Users, TP-2006-213731, 12/1/2006, pp. 70, Location unavailable.


  119. John goodman, United Space Alliance, Lessons Learned From Seven Space Shuttle Missions, CR-2007-213697, 1/1/2007, pp. 52, Location unavailable.


  120. Mark Mulrooney, GB Tech, Inc., An assessment of the role of Solid Rocket Motors in the Generation of orbital Debris, TP-2007-213738, 2/1/2007, pp. 105, Location unavailable.


  121. Joel M. Stoltzfus; Keisa R. Rosales*; Michael S. Shoffstall*, Guide for Oxygen Compatibility Assessments on Oxygen Components and Systems This document replaces version TM-1996-104823, TM-2007-213740, 3/1/2007, pp. 26, Location unavailable.


  122. Jeremy B. Jacobs, William L. Castner, JSC Material Laboratory Reproductin and Failure Analysis of Cracked Orbiter Reaction Control System, TP-2007-213733, 3/1/2007, pp. 50, Location unavailable.


  123. C. Hudy, Lockheed Martin; B. Woolford, Habitability and Human Factors Branch, Space Human Factors Engineering Gap Analysis Project Final Report, TP-2007-213739, 3/1/2007, pp. 68, Location unavailable.


  124. Friedrich Horz, Mark Cintala, Ronald P. Bernhard*, Frank Cardenas*, William Davidson*, Gerald Haynes*, Thomas H. See*, Jerry Winkler*, Jeffrey Knight**, Cratering and Penetration Experiments in Teflon Targets at Velocities from 1 to 7 km/s, TM-104797, 7/1/1994, pp. 317, *Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company, Houston, Texas **University of Houston, Houston, Texas.


  125. J.L. Foster (Barrios Technology), J.H. Frisbee (United Space Alliance), Comparison of the Exclusion Volume and Probability Threshold Methods of Debris Avoidance for the STS Orbiter, TP-2007-214751, 5/1/2007, pp. 32, Location unavailable.


  126. M. B. Wortham (United Space Alliance), J.L. Foster (Barrios Technology), ISS Debris Avoidance Maneuver Threshold Analysis, TP-2007-214752, 5/1/2007, pp. 48, Location unavailable.


  127. M.F. Reschke, J.M. Krnavek, J.T. Somers, G. Ford, A Brief Historical Review of Vestibular and Sensorimotor Research Associated with Space Flight, SP-2007-560, 5/1/2007, pp. 124, Location unavailable.


  128. Sylvia L. Hyson,* Laura Galarza,* Albert W. Holland**, A Review of Training Methods and Instructional Techniques: Implications for Behavioral Skills Training in U.S. Astronauts, TP-2007-213726, 5/1/2007, pp. 40, Location unavailable.


  129. Stanley Kleis, Ph D., Tinh Trinh, Tuan Troung, Thomas J. Goodwin, Ph. D., Fluid Dynamic Evaluation of the NASA/MMRB Bioreactor Concept, TM-2005-213145, 8/1/2005, pp. 30, Location unavailable.


  130. L.H. Kuznetz, Ph.D., Senior Scientist National Space Biomedical Research Institute ; Professor Vincent Pisacane United States Naval Academy, MarsSuit Project, TP-2007-213736, 7/1/2007, pp. 98, Location unavailable.


  131. Bret G. Drake, Reducing the Risk of Human Missions to Mars Through Testing, TM-2007-214761, 7/1/2007, pp. 60, Location unavailable.


  132. Bret G. Drake, Decadal Planning Team Mars Mission Analysis Summary, TM-2007-214761, 7/1/2007, pp. 106, Location unavailable.


  133. A. M. Cassady, G. Bourland, R. King, M. Kegerise, J. Marichalar, B. S. Kirk, L. Trevino, MH-13 Space Shuttle Orbiter AerothermodynamicTest Report, TP-2007-214758, 7/1/2007, pp. 446, Location unavailable.


  134. Bret G. Drake, Exploration Blueprint Data Book, TM-2007-214763, 7/1/2007, pp. 608, Location unavailable.


  135. Alice T. Lee; Todd Gunn*; Tuan Pham*; Ron Ricaldi*, Software Analysis Handbook: Software Complexity Analysis and Software Reliability Estimation and Prediction, TM-1994-104799, 8/1/1994, pp. 91, *Loral Space Information Systems, Houston, Texas.


  136. John DeWitt (Bergaila Engineering Services), Donald Hagan (NASA Johnson Space Center), The Effect of Increasing Mass on Locomotion, TP-2007-214757, 8/1/2007, pp. 50, Location unavailable.


  137. Jason Norcross, Jason R. Bentley, Alan D. Moore, Wyle Laboratories, Inc.; R. Donald Hagan, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Comparison of the U.S. and Russian Cycle Ergometers, TP-2007-214760, 8/1/2007, pp. 26, Location unavailable.


  138. R. A. Scheuring, J. A. Jones, . D. Polk, D. B. Gillis, J. Schmid, J. M. Duncan, J. R. Davis and J. D. Novak,, The Apollo Medical Operations Project: Recommendations to Improve Crew Health and Performance for Future Exploration Missions and Lunar Surface Operations, TM-2007-214755, 9/1/2007, pp. 450, Location unavailable.


  139. Prepared by. R. A. Scheuring, M. Walton, J. Davis-Street, T. J. Smaka, D. Griffin, NASA’s Operational and Research Musculoskeletal Summit, August 23-25, 2005, TM-2007-214766, 9/1/2007, pp. 38, Location unavailable.


  140. Prepared by: Space and Life Sciences Directorate, C-9 and Other Microgravity Simulations, TM-2007-214765, 9/1/2007, pp. 160, Location unavailable.


  141. Frank A. McCleary, M.S., Alan D. Moore, Jr., Ph.D., Wyle Life Sciences,, Validation of the Pulmonary Function System for Use on the International Space Station, TP-2007-214756, 9/1/2007, pp. 22, Location unavailable.


  142. Jennifer L. Rhatigan, Jeffrey M. Hanley, Mark S. Geyer, Formulation of NASA's Constellation Program, SP-2007-563, 10/1/2007, pp. 26, Location unavailable.


  143. L.H. Kuznetz, Ph.D., National Space Biomedical Research Institute; Dr. M. Gernhardt, Life Sciences Division; Mr. Grant Bue, Crew and Thermal Systems Division, Airlock Retreat Metabolic Data Analysis, TP-2007-213737, 10/1/2007, pp. 54, Location unavailable.


  144. John De Witt, Ph.D. and Jeffrey Jones, MD, Evaluation of the Hard Upper Torso Shoulder Harness, TP-2007-214753, 11/1/2007, pp. 62, Location unavailable.


  145. A. Ponomarev, M. Kim, Universities Space Research Assc; W. Atwell, Boeing, Space Exploration; H. Nounu, U. of Houston; H. Hussein, Lockheed Martin, F. Cucinotta, NASA, NASA-developed ProE-based tool for the ray-tracing of spacecraft geometry to determine radiation doses and particle fluxes in habitable areas of spacecraft and in the human body, TP-2007-214770, 11/1/2007, pp. 40, Location unavailable.


  146. Wayne L. Peterson, et. al., Liquid Flyback Booster Pre-Phase: A Study Assessment, TM-104801, 9/1/1994, pp. 318, Location unavailable.


  147. John K. De Witt, Gail P. Perusek, Jason Bentley, W. Brent Edwards, Kelly M. Gilkey, Beth E. Lewandowski, Sergey Samorezov, Mark. C. Savina, R. Donald Hagan, Kinematic and Electromyographic Evaluation of Locomotion on the Enhanced Zero-gravity Locomotion Simulator: A Comparison of External Loading Mechanisms, TP-2007-214764, 1/1/2008, pp. 40, Location unavailable.


  148. Johnny Conkin, Universities Space Research Association, Risk Assessment of Acute Mountain Sickness in the Crew Exploration Vehicles, TP-2008-214759, 1/1/2008, pp. 114, Location unavailable.


  149. Craig M. Harvey, Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Wearability, Comfort and Field of View Findings from the Integrated Launch Suit Test, TP-2007-214754, 1/1/2008, pp. 54, Location unavailable.


  150. International Space Station Payloads Office Johnson Space Center, Overview of Attached Payload Accommodations and Environments on the International Space Station, TP-2007-214768, 9/1/2007, pp. 40, Location unavailable.


  151. Thomas J. Goodwin, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058, Three-Dimensionally Engineered Normal Human Lung Tissue-Like Assemblies: Target Tissues for Human Respiratory Viral Infections, TP-2008-214771, 3/1/2008, pp. 34, Location unavailable.


  152. Helen W. Lane; Kamlesh P. Lulla, Biennial Research and Technology Development Report, TM-2007-214769, 12/1/2007, pp. 166, Location unavailable.


  153. K. S. Jarvis, T. L. Parr-Thumm, K. J. Abercromby, E. S. Barker, J. L. Africano, P. F. Sydney, B. M. Africano, M. J. Matney, E. G. Stansbery, and M. K. Mulrooneye, CCD Debris Telescope Observations of the Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environment Observing Year: 2000, TM-2008-214772, 2/1/2008, pp. 72, Location unavailable.


  154. K. S. Jarvis, T. L. Parr-Thumm, K. J. Abercromby, E. Barker, J. L. Africano, P. F. Sydney, B. M. Africano, M. J. Matney, E. G. Stansbery, and M. K. Mulrooneye, CCD Debris Telescope Observations of the Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environment Observing Year: 2001, TM-2008-214773, 2/1/2008, pp. 78, Location unavailable.


  155. K.J. Abercromby, E.S. Barker, K. S. Jarvis, T. L. Parr-Thumm, J. L. Africano,, The Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Environment as Determined by the CCD Debris Telescope Observations between 1998 and 2002: Final Report, TP-2008-214774, 2/1/2008, pp. 54, Location unavailable.


  156. Stuart M.C. Lee, MS*; John K. DeWitt, MS*; Cassie Smith, MS**; Mitzi S. Laughlin, PhD*; James A. Loehr, MS*; Jason Norcross, MS*; R. Donald Hagan, PhD (deceased)***, Physiologic Responses and Biomechanical Aspects of Motorized and Nonmotorized Treadmill Exercise: A Ground-based Evaluation of Treadmills for Use on the International Space Station, TP-2008-213734, 3/1/2008, pp. 100, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  157. T. McKay*, M. Whitmore*, T. Holden*, D. Merced-Moore*, C. Wheelwright*, A. Koros**, M. O'Neal**, J. Toole**, S. Wolf**, F. Mount, S. Adam, Human Factors Assessments of the STS-57 SpaceHab-1 Mission, TM-104802, 12/1/1994, pp. 42, *Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company, Houston, Texas **No longer employed with Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company.


  158. John Yasensky, GeoControl Systems, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058, Hypervelocity Impact Evaluation of Metal Foam Core Sandwich Structures, TP-2008-214776, 3/1/2008, pp. 116, Location unavailable.


  159. John Goodman, United Space Alliance, Best Practices for Researching and Documenting Lessons Learned, CR-2008-214777, 3/1/2008, pp. 22, Location unavailable.


  160. Mission Operations Directorate, International Space Station Human Behavior & Performance Competency Model Volume 1, TM-2008-214775Vol1, 4/1/2008, pp. 28, Location unavailable.


  161. Mission Operations Directorate, International Space Station Human Behavior & Performance Competency Model Volume 2, TM-2008-214775Vol2, 4/1/2008, pp. 84, Location unavailable.


  162. Orbital Debris Program Office: N. L. Johnson, E. Stansbery, D. O. Whitlock, K J. Abercromby, D. Shoots, History of on-orbit satellite fragmentations, 14th Edition, TM-2008-214779, 5/1/2008, pp. 504, Location unavailable.


  163. R. A. Scheuring, J. A. Jones, M. Gernhardt, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, USA, Optimal Total Pressure-Oxygen Concentration Levels for Future Spacecraft, Spacesuits, and Habitats, TP-2008-214775, 7/1/2008, pp. 32, Location unavailable.


  164. Kirk L. English*, James A. Loehr**, Staurt M. C. Lee**, Mitzi A. Laughlin**, R. Donald Hagan***, Reliability of Strength Testing Using the Advanced Resistive Exercise Device and Free Weights, TP-2008-214782, 12/1/2008, pp. 24, *JES Tech, Houston, TX; **Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group, Houston, TX; ***NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX.


  165. Dr. Eric L. Christiansen, Handbook for Designing MMOD Protection, TM-2009-214785, 6/1/2009, pp. 152, Location unavailable.


  166. Sandra Wagner, Crew and Thermal Systems Division, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas 77058, An Assessment of Dust Effects on Planetary Surface Systems to Support Exploration Requirements, TM-2008-213722, 12/1/2008, pp. 30, Location unavailable.


  167. Marcos A. Jaramillo, MEI Technologies, Inc., NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058; Bonnie L. Angermiller, MEI Technologies, Inc.; Richard M. Morency, NASA; Sudhakar L. Rajulu, Ph.D., NASA, Refinement of Optimal Work Envelope for Extravehicular Activity Suit Operations, TP-2008-214781, 11/1/2008, pp. 28, Location unavailable.


  168. Paul O. Romere; Steve Wesley Brown*, Documentation and the Archiving of the Space Shuttle Wind Tunnel Test Data Base - Volume 1: Background and Description, TM-104806-vol1, 1/1/1995, pp. 192, *Lockheed Engineering & Sciences Company Houston, Texas.


  169. James C. Maida, Charles Bowen, Chuck Wheelwright, Solid State Light Evaluation in the US Lab Mockup, TM-2009-214784, 3/1/2009, pp. 28, Location unavailable.


  170. Cynthia A. Evans*; Julie A. Robinson*; Judy Tate-Brown**; Tracy Thumm**; Jessica Crespo-Richey**; David Baumann***; Jennifer Rhatigan***, International Space Station Science Research Accomplishments During the Assembly Years: An Analysis of Results from 2000-2008, TP-2009-213146, 6/1/2009, pp. 262, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  171. Kjell N. Lindgren*, Karen L. Mathes**, Richard A. Scheuring***, David B. Gillis*, James D. Polk***, James M. Duncan***, Jeffrey R. Davis***, Richard S. Williams***, The Skylab Medical Operations Project: Recommendations to Improve Crew Health and Performance for Future Exploration Missions, TM-2009-214790, 8/1/2009, pp. 104, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  172. Roy Christoffersen*, John F. Lindsay**, Sarah K. Noble***, Mary Ann Meador****, Joseph J. Kosmo*****, J. Anneliese Lawrence******, Lynn Brostoff*******, Amanda Young********, Tracy McCue****, Lunar Dust Effects on Spacesuit Systems: Insights from the Apollo Spacesutis, TP-2009-214786, 4/1/2009, pp. 54, *SAIC, Johnson Space Center, Houston; **The Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston; ***NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC; ****Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio; *****Johnson Space Center, Houston; ******Marshall University, Huntington, W. Va.; *******Library of Congress, Washington, DC; ********National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.


  173. Shannon Ryan*; Eric L. Christiansen**, Mitigation of EMU Glove Cut-Hazard by MMOD Impact Craters on Exposed International Space Station Handrails, TM-2009-214783, 8/1/2009, pp. 62, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  174. Hatem N. Nounu*, Myung-Hee Y. Kim**, Artem L. Ponomarev**, Francis A. Cucinotta***, The use of Pro/ENGINEER CAD Software and Fishbowl Toolkit in Ray-tracing Analysis, TP-2009-214788, 6/1/2009, pp. 42, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  175. Shannon Ryan*; Eric L. Christiansen**, Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris (MMOD) Shield Ballistic Limit Analysis Program, TM-2009-214789, 9/1/2009, pp. 94, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  176. Shannon Ryan*; Troy Hedman**; Eric L. Christiansen***, Honeycomb vs. Foam: Evaluating a Potential Upgrade to International Space Station Module Shielding for Micrometeoroids and Orbital Debris, TM-2009-214793, 9/1/2009, pp. 44, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  177. Space Life Sciences Directorate, Human Adaptation and Countermeasures Division, NASA Johnson Space Center, C-9 and Other Microgravity Simulations - Summary Report, TM-2009-214794, 9/1/2009, pp. 150, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  178. Jason R. Norcross, Lesley R. Lee, Kurt G. Clowers, Richard M. Morency, Lena Desantis, John K. De Witt, Jeffrey A. Jones, Jessica R. Vos, Michael L. Gernhardt, Feasibility of Performing a Suited 10-km Ambulation on the Moon Final Report of the EVA Walkback Test (EWT), TP-2009-214796, 10/1/2009, pp. 60, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  179. Paul O. Romere; Steve Wesley Brown*, Documentation and the Archiving of the Space Shuttle Wind Tunnel Test Data Base - Volume 2: User's Guide for the Archived Space Shuttle Wind Tunnel Test Data Base, TM-104806-vol2, 1/1/1995, pp. 188, *Lockheed Engineering & Sciences Company Houston, Texas.


  180. Jason R. Norcross*, Kurt G. Clowers**, Tim Clark**, Lauren Harvilll***, Richard M. Morency****, Leah C. Stroud*****, Lena Desantis***, Jessica R. Voss, ****, Michael L. Gernhard****, Metabolic Costs and Biomechanics of Level Ambulation in a Planetary Suit, TP-2010-216115, 2/1/2010, pp. 90, *Wyle Integrated Science & Engineering Group, Houston; **MEI Technologies, Inc., Houston; ***Lockheed Martin, Houston; ****Johnson Space Center, Houston; *****Rice University, Houston.


  181. NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Human Integration Design Handbook (HIDH), SP-2010-3407, 1/1/2010, pp. 1136, NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.


  182. Dr. Greg N. Holt, P. Jeff Bertsch, Shuttle Entry Acquisition Analysis, KSC Landings STS-118 to STS-124, TM-2010-214792, 2/1/2010, pp. 22, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  183. Jancy C. McPhee, Ph.D.; John B. Charles, Ph.D., Human Health and Performance Risks of Space Exploration Missions, SP-2009-3405, 9/1/2009, pp. 400, NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.


  184. Helen Lane, Kamlesh Lulla, Biennial Research and Technology Development Report, TM-2009-214795, 12/1/2009, pp. 246, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  185. Larry B. McWhorter*; Milt Reed**; Gordon C. Kafer***; Mark Hammerschmidt*; Wes Dafler****; Dr. Daigoro Ito****; Dan Nelson****; Brian Bihari*****, Space Shuttle Entry Digital Autopilot, SP-2010-3408, 2/1/2010, pp. 204, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; **Honeywell/Barrios Technology, Houston; ***Honeywell/BATECH; ****Boeing, Houston; *****Jacobs Engineering, Houston.


  186. Ducan Atchison*; Lesley Lee**; The Constellation EVA Space Medicine Working Group***, Heart Rate Sensor Technology Recommendations White Paper, TM-2010-216117, 3/1/2010, pp. 26, *Lockheed Martin, Houston; **Wyle, Houston; ***Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  187. Yael Barr*, Jennifer Fogarty**, Assessment of Prone Positioning of Restrained, Seated Crew Members in a Post-landing Stable 2 Orion Configuration, TP-2010-216119, 3/1/2010, pp. 18, *University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston and Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group; **NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  188. Sharmi D. Watkins, Yael R. Barr, Papilledema Summit: Summary Report, TM-2010-216114, 3/1/2010, pp. 24, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  189. Sharmi D. Watkins, Space Medicine Exploration: Full Medical Condition List, TP-2010-216118, 3/1/2010, pp. 145, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  190. *Carlos Sampaio; *Terry Fleming; *Mark Stuart; Lynn Backemeyer, Evaluation of Restraint System Concepts for the Japanese Experiment Module Flight Demonstration, TM-104808, 1/1/1995, pp. total unavailable, *Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company Houston, TX 77058.


  191. Myung-Hee Y. Kim, Shaowen Hu, Hatem N. Nounu, Francis A. Cucinotta, Development of Graphical User Interface for ARRBOD (Accute Radiation Risk and BRYNTRN Organ Dose Projection, TP-2010-216116, 2/1/2010, pp. 44, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  192. Frank F. Jeng*, Feasibility Analysis of Liquefying Oxygen Generated from Water Electrolysis Units on the Lunar Surface, TM-2010-216120, 5/1/2010, pp. 20, *Jacobs ESCG, Houston.


  193. Jennifer Law, Sharmi Watkins, David Alexander, In-Flight Carbon Dioxide Exposures and Related Symptoms: Association, Susceptibility, and Operational Implications, TP-2010-216126, 6/22/2010, pp. 30, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  194. Jennier Law, Sharmi Watkins, Individual Susceptibility to Hypobaric Environments: An Update, TP-2010-216123, 5/31/2010, pp. 20, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  195. Scott England, Elizabeth Benson, Sudhakar Rajulu, Functional Mobility Testing - Quantification of Functionally Utilized Mobility among Unsuited and Suited Subjects, TP-2010-216122, //2000, pp. total unavailable, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  196. Yael Barr, Atrial Arrhythmia Summit, January 22, 2010: Post Summit Report, TP-2010-216124, 6/30/2010, pp. 44, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  197. Scott England, Elizabeth Benson, Sudhakar Rajulu, Functional Mobility Testing - Quantification of Functionally Utilized Mobility among Unsuited and Suited Subjects, TP-2010-216122, 5/31/2010, pp. 96, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  198. Jason R. Norcross*, Kurt G. Clowers**, Tim Clark**, Lauren Harvill***, Richard M. Morency****, Leah C. Stroud*****, Lena Desantis***, Jessica R. Voss****, Michael L. Gernhardt****, Metabolic Costs and Biomechanics of Inclined Ambulation and Exploration Tasks in a Planetary Suit, TP-2010-216125, 6/1/2010, pp. 108, *Wyle Integrated Science & Engineering Group, Houston; **MEI Technologies, Inc., Houston; ***Lockheed Martin, Houston; ****NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; *****Rice University, Houston.


  199. Jason Norcross*, Kurt Clowers**, Tim Clark**, Matthew S. Cowley***, Lauren Harvill***, Stephen Chappell*, Leah Stroud****, Lena Desantis***, William Polaski*****, Richard Morency*******, Jessica Vos******, Michael Gernhardt******, Effects of Changing Center of Gravity on Shirtsleeve Human Performance in Reduced Gravity, TM-2010-216127, 7/1/2010, pp. 134, *Wyle Integrated Science & Engineering Group, Houston; **MEI Technologies, Inc., Houston; ***Lockheed Martin, Houston; ****Rice University, Houston; *****University of Houston, Houston; ******NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  200. Jack Stuster, PhD, CPE*, Behavioral Issues Associated with Long-Duration Space Expeditions: Review and Analysis of Astronaut Journals -- Experiment 01-E104 (Journals): Final Report, TM-2010-216130, 7/1/2010, pp. 74, *Anacapa Sciences, Inc., Santa Barbara, Calif.


  201. David S.F. Portree, Mir Hardware Heritage, RP-1357, 3/1/1995, pp. 219, *Originally published as JSC-26770 in October 1994.


  202. K. J. Abercomby*, P. Seitzer**, E. S. Barker***, H. M. Cowardin*, M. J. Matney***, T. L. Parr-Thumm*, Michigan Orbital DEbris Survey Telescope Observations of the Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environment -- Observing Years: 2002-2003, TP-2010-216128, 8/1/2010, pp. 44, *ESC Group/Jacobs, Houston; **University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; ***NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  203. OSMA Assessments Team*, NASA Astronauts on Soyuz: Experience and Lessons for the Future, SP-2010-578, 8/1/2010, pp. 42, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  204. K. J. Abercromby*, P. Seitzer**, E. S. Barker***, H. M. Cowardin*, M. J. Matney***, Michigan Orbital DEbris Survey Telescope Observations of the Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environment -- Observing Years: 2004-2006, TP-2010-216129, 8/1/2010, pp. 46, *ESC Group/Jacobs, Houston; **University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; ***NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  205. OSMA Assessments Team*, Worldwide Spacecraft Crew Hatch History, TP-2010-216131, 8/1/2010, pp. 46, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  206. Steve Koontz*, William Atwell**, Brandon Reddell*, Kristina Rojdev*/**, Spacecraft Solar Particle Event (SPE) Shielding: Shielding Effectiveness as a Function of SPE Model as Determined with the FLUKA Radiation Transport Code, TP-2010-216133, 9/1/2010, pp. 34, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; **The Boeing Company, Boeing Research & Technology, Houston; ***PhD Student, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.


  207. Space Life Sciences Directorate, Human Adaptation and Countermeasures Division, NASA Johnson Space Center, C-9 and Other Microgravity Simulations -- Summary Report, TM-2010-216132, 9/1/2010, pp. 56, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  208. Eric Hurlbert, Kris Romig, Jacob Collins --- Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, Test Report for 870-lbf Reaction Control System Tests Using Liquid Oxygen/Ethanol and Liquid Oxygen/Methane at White Sands Test Facility, TM-2010-216135, 10/31/2010, pp. 156, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  209. NASA Exploration Atmospheres Working Group*, Recommendations for Exploration Spacecraft Internal Atmospheres: The Final Report of the NASA Exploration Atmospheres Working Group, TP-2010-216134, 10/1/2010, pp. 178, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  210. Andrew F. J. Abercromby, Ph.D.,Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group;, Desert Research and Technology Studies (DRATS) 2008: Evaluation of Small Pressurized Rover and Unpressurized Rover Prototype Vehicles in a Lunar Analog Environment, TP-2010-216136, 11/1/2010, pp. 131, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  211. Jason R. Norcross*, Stephen P. Chappell*, Kurt G. Clowers**, Tim Clark**, Matthew S. Cowley***, Lauren Harvill***, Lena Desantis***, Richard M. Morency****, Jessica R. Vos****, Michael L. Gernhardt****, Characterization of Partial-Gravity Analog Environments for Extravehicular Activity Suit Testing, TM-2010-216139, 12/1/2010, pp. 60, *Wyle Interated Science & Engineering Group, Houston; **MEI Technologies, Inc., Houston; ***Lockheed Martin, Houston; ****NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  212. Author unavailable, ISMCR '94: Topical Workshop on Virtual Reality Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Measurement and Control in Robotics, CP-10163, 11/1/1994, pp. 160, Location unavailable.


  213. Steven P. Chappell, Jason R. Norcross, Andrew F. Abercromby (Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Houston);, Life Sciences Implications of Lunar Surface Operations, TM-2010-216138, 11/1/2010, pp. 32, Location unavailable.


  214. Steven P. Chappell, Jason R. Norcross, Kurt G. Clowers, Tim Clark, Matthew S. Cowley, Lauren Harvill, Lena Desantis, Richard M. Morency, Jessica R. Vos, Michael L. Gernhardt, Final Report of the Integrated Parabolic Flight Test: Effects of Varying Gravity, Center of Gravity, and Mass on the Movement Biomechanics and Operator Compensation of Ambulation and Exploration Tasks, TP-2010-216137, 12/1/2010, pp. 127, Location unavailable.


  215. Melissa Scott-Pandorf, Ph.D -Wyle Int Science and Engr Group, Houston, TX,USA, and these three from University of Houston, Houston, TX USA:, Repeatability of Maximum Knee Muscle Strength Measurements Determined using a Discrete and a Continuous Protocol for Isokinetic Testing on the HUMAC NORM Dynamometer, TP-2010-216141, 12/1/2010, pp. 18, Location unavailable.


  216. John B. Charles, NASA Johnson Space Center, Use of International Space Station to Simulate Interplanetary Transit: Human Health and Performance Applicability of Current Increment Durations and Extended Durations, TM-2011-216143, 2/1/2011, pp. 20, Location unavailable.


  217. Pat B. McLaughlan*, Scott C. Forth*, Lorie R. Grimes-Ledesma**, Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels, A Primer, SP-2011-573, 3/1/2011, pp. 30, *NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, **NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.


  218. Kirk L. English,* Kyle J. Hackney, Elizabeth Redd, John K. DeWitt,, A Ground-based Comparison of the Muscle Atrophy Research and Exercise System (MARES) and a Standard Isokinetic Dynamometer, NASA/TP-2011-216144, 3/1/2011, pp. 28, *Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.


  219. Kathryn E. Keeton, Alexandra Whitmire - Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Analog Assessment Tool Report, TP-2011-216146, 5/1/2011, pp. 90, Location unavailable.


  220. Christopher M. Perry, M.S., Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Houston, TX, Non-Contact Vital Sign Monitoring via Ultra-Wideband Radar, Infrared Video, and Remote Photoplethysmography: Viable Options for Space Exploration Missions, TM-2011-216145, 5/1/2011, pp. 18, Location unavailable.


  221. Lawrence A. Palinkas, Ph.D., School of Social Work, University of Southern California, Psychosocial Characteristics of Optimum Performance in Isolated and Confined Environments, TM-2011-216149, 5/1/2011, pp. 88, Location unavailable.


  222. Johnny Conkin, PhD,* Human Adaptation and Countermeasures Division**, Preventing Decompression Sickness Over Three Decades of Extravehicular Activity, TP-2011-216147, 6/1/2011, pp. 64, *Universities Space Research Association, Houston, **NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  223. Nancy Ann Budden, Editor, Catalog of Lunar and Mars Science Payloads, RP-1345, 8/1/1994, pp. 255, Location unavailable.


  224. Jon D. Erickson, Editor, AIAA/NASA Conference on Intelligent Robots in Field, Factory, Service,and Space, CP-3251, 3/1/1994, pp. 923, Location unavailable.


  225. Jane T. Malin*, Automated Tool and Method for System Safety Analysis: 2009 Progress Report, TM-2010-214800, 5/1/2010, pp. 16, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  226. Camille Shea, PhD*, Kelley J. Slack, PhD†, Kathryn E. Keeton, PhD**, Lawrence A. Palinkas, PhD††, Lauren B. Leveton, PhD***, Antarctica Meta-analysis: Psychosocial Factors Related to Long-duration Isolation and Confinement, TM-2011-216148, 6/1/2011, pp. 16, *Universities Space Research Association, Houston, †LZ Technology, Inc./Wyle, Houston, **Enterprise Advisory Services, Inc./Wyle, Houston, ††University of Southern California, Los Angeles, ***NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  227. Melissa Scott-Pandorf, PhD,* Lawrence Kuznetz, PhD**, Apollo Extravehicular Activities Video and Data Archives: Stumbling, Locomotive Velocity, and Metabolic Rates, TP-2011-216151, 6/1/2011, pp. 32, *Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, **Universities Space Research Association, Houston.


  228. Jennifer L. Rhatigan,* Deborah J. Neubek,* L. Dale Thomas,* Charles Stegemoeller*, Constellation Program Lessons Learned; Volume I: Executive Summary, SP-2011-6127, 6/1/2011, pp. 56, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  229. Mitzi S. Laughlin, PhD,* Stuart M.C. Lee,* James A. Loehr,** William E. Amonette***, Isokinetic Strength and Endurance Tests Used Pre- and Post-Spaceflight: Test-Retest Reliability, TM-2009-214787, 6/1/2009, pp. 26, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; **Wyle Laboratories, Houston; ***Bergalia Engineering.


  230. Author unavailable, , , //2000, pp. total unavailable, Location unavailable.


  231. Veronica Maidel, M.S., Jeffrey M. Stanton, Ph.D., Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, Unobtrusive Monitoring of Spaceflight Team Functioning, TM-2011-216153, 6/1/2011, pp. 76, Location unavailable.


  232. Steven P. Chappell,* Andrew F. Abercromby,* William L. Todd,** Michael L. Gernhardt***, Final Report of NEEMO 14: Evaluation of a Space Exploration Vehicle, Cargo Lander, and Crew Lander during Simulated Partial-gravity Exploration and Construction Tasks, TP-2011-216152, 7/1/2011, pp. 178, *Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Houston; **University Space Research Associates, Houston, ***NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  233. Fred Kuo,* Steve Wilson*, Joint Confidence Level Requirement: Policy and Issues, TM-2011-216154, 7/1/2011, pp. 32, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  234. Francis A. Cucinotta,* Myung-Hee Y. Kim,** Lori J. Chappell**, Space Radiation Cancer Risk Projections and Uncertainties – 2010, TP-2011-216155, 8/1/2011, pp. 136, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; **U.S.R.A., Division of Space Life Sciences, Houston.


  235. Bernard A. Harris, Jr. and Steven F. Siconolfi, editors, Workshop on Countering Space Adaptation with Exercise: Current Issues, CP-3252, 2/1/1994, pp. 245, Location unavailable.


  236. Jarret M. Lafleur*, The Conditional Equivalence of ?V Minimization and Apoapsis Targeting in Numerical Predictor-Corrector Aerocapture Guidance, TM-2011-216156, 8/1/2011, pp. 32, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  237. Helen Lane, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058, Select Astronaut Observations and Highlights of Space Shuttle Program Payloads and Experiments, TM-2011-216150, 10/1/2011, pp. 270, Location unavailable.


  238. Stephen J. Hoffman*, Matthew J. Leonard**, Pascal Lee***, Evaluation of Robotic Systems to Carry Out Traverse Execution, Opportunistic Science, and Landing Site Evaluation Tasks, TM-2011-216157, 9/1/2011, pp. 90, *Science Applications International Corporation, Houston; **NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; ***Mars Institute, SETI Institute, Moffett Field, California.


  239. William E. Amonette, Jason R. Bentley, James A. Loehr, Stuart M.C. Lee, Jason Norcross, Grant Schaffner, Fritz Moore, Suzanne M. Schneider, Evaluation of the Horizontal Exercise Fixture in Conjunction with iRED, TP-2009-214798, 12/1/2009, pp. 32, NASA Johnson Space Center.


  240. Jennifer A. Fogarty PhD, Christian Otto MD, Eric Kerstman MD, Cherie Oubre PhD, Jimmy Wu, The Visual Impairment Intracranial Pressure Summit Report, TP-2011-216160, 10/1/2011, pp. 32, Location unavailable.


  241. Space Life Sciences Directorate, NASA’s Reduced Gravity Program Summary Report, TM-2011-216158, 10/1/2011, pp. 56, Location unavailable.


  242. Carlos Noriega; William Arceneaux; Jeffrey A. Williams; Jennifer L. Rhatigan, First Crewed Flight: Rationale, Considerations & Challenges from the Constellation Experience, TM-2011-216161, 10/1/2011, pp. 30, Location unavailable.


  243. Jennifer L. Rhatigan,* Deborah J. Neubek,* L. Dale Thomas,* Charles Stegemoeller*, Constellation Program Lessons Learned; Volume 2: Detailed Lessons Learned, SP-2011-6127-VOL-2, 11/1/2011, pp. 114, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  244. Raymond A. Noe, PhD; Ali McConnell Dachner; Brian Saxton; Kathryn E. Keeton, Team Training for Long-duration Missions in Isolated and Confined Environments: A Literature Review, an Operational Assessment, and Recommendations for Practice and Research, TM-2011-216162, 10/1/2011, pp. 44, Location unavailable.


  245. Dr. Jacquelyn Ford Morie; Dr. Gustav Verhulsdonck; Dr. Rita Lauria, J.D.; Kathryn E. Keeton, Ph.D, Operational Assessment Recommendations: Current Potential and Advanced Research Directions for Virtual Worlds as Long-Duration Space Flight Countermeasures, TP-2011-216164, 10/1/2011, pp. 42, Location unavailable.


  246. Kumar Krishen, Compiler, Dual-Use Space Technology Transfer Conference and Exhibition - Volumes I and II, CP-3263, 5/1/1994, pp. 921, Location unavailable.


  247. Emily M. David, M.A.; Cristina Rubino, M.A.; Kathryn E. Keeton, Ph.D.; Christopher A. Miller, Ph.D.; Holly N. Patterson, An Examination of Cross-Cultural Interactions aboard the International Space Station, TM-2011-217351, 11/1/2011, pp. 44, Location unavailable.


  248. K.J. Abercromby, P. Seitzer, H.M. Cowardin, E.S. Barker, M.J. Matney, Michigan Orbital DEbris Survey Telescope Observations of the Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environment Observing Years: 2007-2009, TP-2011-217350, 9/1/2011, pp. 48, Location unavailable.


  249. M. Simon, A. Whitmire, C. Otto, MD, D. Neubek, Factors Impacting Habitable Volume Requirements: Results from the 2011 Habitable Volume Workshop, TM-2011-217352, 12/1/2011, pp. 72, Location unavailable.


  250. David Musson, MD, PhD, McMaster University, Investigating the Relationship Between Personality Traits and Astronaut Career Performance: Retrospective Analysis of Personality Data Collected 1989-1995, TM-2011-217353, 12/1/2011, pp. 34, Location unavailable.


  251. Luis Sandoval, M.A., Kathryn Keeton, Ph.D., Camille Shea, Ph.D., Christian Otto, M.D., Holly Patterson, Lauren Leveton, Ph.D., Perspectives on Asthenia in Astronauts and Cosmonauts: Review of the International Research Literature, TM-2012-217354, 1/1/2012, pp. 46, Location unavailable.


  252. Laura M. Bridge, M.D., Georgetown University School of Medicine, Impact of Medical Training Level on Medical Autonomy for Long-Duration Space Flight, TP-2011-216159, 1/1/2012, pp. 28, Location unavailable.


  253. Kamlesh P. Lulla, Biennial Research and Technology Development Report, TM-2011-216163, 12/1/2011, pp. 370, Location unavailable.


  254. Stephen J. Hoffman; Stephen A. Voels, Antarctic Exploration Parallels for Future Human Planetary Exploration: The Role and Utility of Long Range, Long Duration Traverses, CP-2012-217355, 2/1/2012, pp. 318, Location unavailable.


  255. Camille Shea, Ph.D.; Kathryn E. Keeton, Ph.D.; Lacey L. Schmidt, Ph.D.; Kelley J. Slack, Ph.D.; Holly N. Patterson, M.A.; Lauren B. Leveton, Ph.D.; Albert W. Holland, Ph.D., Performance Data Report, TM-2012-217356, 2/1/2012, pp. 92, Location unavailable.


  256. Francis A. Cucinotta; Myung-Hee Y. Kim; Lori J. Chappell, Probability of Causation for Space Radiation Carcinogenesis following International Space Station, Near Earth Asteroid, and Mars Missions, TM-2012-217357, 2/1/2012, pp. 40, Location unavailable.


  257. William A. Hyman* and Stanley H. Goldstein, Editors, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program - 1993, Volumes 1 and 2, CR-188271, 12/1/1993, pp. 488, * Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.


  258. John N. Opiela, J.-C. Liou, Phillip D. Anz-Meador, Post-flight MMOD Impact Feature Survey of the Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 Radiator, TP-2012-217359, 3/1/2012, pp. 224, Location unavailable.


  259. Patrick D. Cronyn, M.D., Sharmi Watkins, M.D., M.P.H., David J. Alexander, M.D., Chronic Exposure to Moderately Elevated CO2 during Long-Duration Space Flight, TP-2012-217358, 3/1/2012, pp. 28, Location unavailable.


  260. Andrew F. J. Abercromby, Michael L. Gernhardt, Harry Litaker, Desert Research and Technology Studies (DRATS) 2009: A 14-Day Evaluation of the Space Exploration Vehicle Prototype in a Lunar Analog Environment, TP-2012-217360, 5/1/2012, pp. 144, Location unavailable.


  261. Francis A. Cucinotta; Myung-Hee Y. Kim; Lori J. Chappell, Evaluating Shielding Approaches to Reduce Space Radiation Cancer Risks, TM-2012-217361, 5/1/2012, pp. 46, Location unavailable.


  262. Natacha G. Chough, Sharmi Watkins, Anil S. Menon, Anaphylaxis, Intra-abdominal Infections, Skin Lacerations, and Behavioral Emergencies: A Literature Review of Austere Analogs for a Near Earth Asteroid Mission, TM-2012-217362, 8/1/2012, pp. 26, Location unavailable.


  263. Katharine Ridgway O’Brien Bachman; Christian Otto; Lauren Leveton, Countermeasures to Mitigate the Negative Impact of Sensory Deprivation and Social Isolation in Long-Duration Space Flight, TM-2012-217365, 8/1/2012, pp. 24, Location unavailable.


  264. Anne M. Deatly, Yen-Huei Lin, Maureen McCarthy, Wei Chen, Lynn Z. Miller, Jorge Quiroz, Becky M. Nowak, Robert A. Lerch, Stephen A. Udem, Thomas J. Goodwin, Paramyxovirus Infection Mimics In Vivo Cellular Dynamics in Three-Dimensional Human Bronchio-Epithelial Tissue-Like Assemblies, TP-2012-217363, 8/1/2012, pp. 42, Location unavailable.


  265. Kristina Barsten, Sharmila D. Watkins, Christian A. Otto, Telemedicine Workshop Summary Report, TM-2012-217364, 8/1/2012, pp. 16, Location unavailable.


  266. Nicholas Skytland, Open Source Summit Proceedings March 29-30, 2011, CP-2012-217366, 9/1/2012, pp. 92, Location unavailable.


  267. Anil Menon, Kristina Barsten, Sharmila D. Watkins, Dental Working Group Meeting Summary Report, TM-2012-217367, 9/1/2012, pp. 18, Location unavailable.


  268. Lara E. Stoycos* and Glenn K. Klute, An Analysis of the Loads Applied to a Heavy Space Station Rack During Translation and Rotation Tasks, TM-104790, 2/1/1994, pp. 32, * Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company, Houston, Texas.


  269. Anil Menon, Review of Spaceflight Dental Emergencies, TM-2012-217368, 9/1/2012, pp. 12, Location unavailable.


  270. Stephen J. Hoffman, Deep Space Habitat Concept of Operations for Transit Mission Phases August 2011, TM-2012-217369, 9/1/2012, pp. 122, Location unavailable.


  271. Tommy B. Yoder, Dr. Harold D. Beeson, Elements of Nondestructive Examination for the Visual Inspection of Composite Structures, TM-2012-217371, 12/7/2012, pp. 46, Location unavailable.


  272. Aaron Harman, Anil Menon, Sharmila Watkins, Disinfection of Medical Equipment for Exploration Missions: An Assessment of Necessity and Modalities, TM-2012-217372, 12/1/2012, pp. 20, Location unavailable.


  273. Human Health and Performance Directorate, Zero G and Other Microgravity Simulations Summary Report, TM-2013-217373, 1/1/2013, pp. 60, Location unavailable.


  274. Michael D. Bjorkman, Eric L. Christiansen, Apollo Meteoroid Shielding Design and Analysis at the Manned Spacecraft Center, TM-2013-217374, 1/1/2013, pp. 66, Location unavailable.


  275. Francis A. Cucinotta,* Myung-Hee Y. Kim,** Lori J. Chappell**, Space Radiation Cancer Risk Projections and Uncertainties – 2012, TP-2013-217375, 1/1/2013, pp. 186, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; **U.S.R.A., Division of Space Life Sciences, Houston.


  276. George A. Zupp, Engineering Directorate, Retired, Structural Engineering Division, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058, An Analysis and a Historical Review of the Apollo Program Lunar Module Touchdown Dynamics, SP-2013-605, 1/1/2013, pp. 98, Location unavailable.


  277. Engineering Directorate, Badhwar-O’Neill 2011 Galactic Cosmic Ray Flux Model Description, TP-2013-217376, 6/1/2013, pp. 240, Location unavailable.


  278. Jason Norcross, Peter Norsk, Jennifer Law, Diana Arias, Johnny Conkin, Michele Perchonok, Anil Menon, Janice Huff, Jennifer Fogarty, James H. Wessel, Sandra Whitmire,, Effects of the 8 psia / 32% O2 Atmosphere on the Human in the Spaceflight Environment, TM-2013-217377, 6/1/2013, pp. 72, Location unavailable.


  279. Carroll G. Thronesbery*, Jane T. Malin, Field Guide for Designing Human Interaction With Intelligent Systems, TM-1998-208470, 7/1/1998, pp. 46, * Metrica.


  280. Valerie Meyers; Eduardo Almeida; Todd Elliott; Shannon Langford; Tacey Baker, Expert Panel Recommendations for Enabling Cell Science Requirements, TP-2013-217379, 9/1/2013, pp. 34, Location unavailable.


  281. Jeffrey T. Somers, Richard Scheuring, Bradley Granderson, Jeffrey Jones, Nathaniel Newby, Michael Gernhardt, Defining NASA Risk Guidelines for Capsule-based Spacecraft Occupant Injuries Resulting from Launch, Abort, and Landing, TM-2014-217383, 1/1/2014, pp. 30, Location unavailable.


  282. Sherry S. Thaxton; Maijinn Chen; Mihriban Whitmore, 2012 Habitable Volume Workshop Results: Technical Products, TM-2014-217386, 2/1/2014, pp. 42, Location unavailable.


  283. Jeffrey T. Somers ; Dustin Gohmert; James W. Brinkley, Application of the Brinkley Dynamic Response Criterion to Spacecraft Transient Dynamic Events, TM-2013-217380, 9/1/2013, pp. 90, An errata was added to this document, February 2014.


  284. Raymond M. Wheeler, Kennedy Space Center, FL, Journal Papers from Kennedy Space Center Advanced Life Support and Plant Space Biology, TM-2014-217385, 1/1/2014, pp. 56, Location unavailable.


  285. Rebecca S. Blue; Laura M. Bridge; Natacha G. Chough; James Cushman; Muska Khpal; Sharmi Watkins, Identification of Medical Training Methods for Exploration Missions, TM-2014-217384, 1/1/2014, pp. 32, Location unavailable.


  286. Jeffrey T. Somers, Erin Caldwell, Nate Newby, Jacilyn Maher, Michael Gernhardt, Costin Untaroiu, Jacob Putnam, Test Device for Human Occupant Restraint (THOR) Multi-Directional Biodynamic Response Testing, TM-2014-217387, 2/1/2014, pp. 114, Location unavailable.


  287. Eugene G. Stansbery; Mark J. Matney; Paula H. Krisko; Phillip D. Anz-Meador; Matthew F. Horstman; John N. Opiela; Eric Hillary; Nicole M. Hill; Robert L.Kelley, NASA Orbital Debris Engineering Model ORDEM 3.0 - User’s Guide, TP-2014-217370, 4/1/2014, pp. 63, Location unavailable.


  288. Philip C. Stepaniak; Helen W. Lane, Jeffrey R. Davis, Loss of Signal:Aeromedical Lessons Learned from the STS-107 Columbia Space Shuttle Mishap, SP-2014-616, 5/1/2014, pp. 190, Location unavailable.


  289. Stanley G. Love, Ph.D., NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, The Antarctic Search for Meteorites:A model for deep space exploration, TM-2014-217388, 5/1/2014, pp. 180, Location unavailable.


  290. Ronald L. Newman, STS-61 Mission Director's Post-Mission Report, TM-104803, 1/1/1995, pp. 154, Location unavailable.


  291. Rebecca Hackler, Commercial Orbital Transportation Services: A New Era in Spaceflight, SP-2014-617, 5/1/2014, pp. 146, Location unavailable.


  292. M.F. Horstman; V.O. Papanyan; Q. Juarez; J.A. Hamilton, Haystack and HAX Radar Measurements of the Orbital Debris Environment: 2006-2012, TP-2014-217391, 5/1/2014, pp. 153, Location unavailable.


  293. NASA Johnson Space Center, Human Integration Design Handbook (HIDH) Revision 1, SP-2010-3407REV1, 6/1/2014, pp. 1300, NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.


  294. Alexandra Whitmire, Kelley Slack, James Locke, Kathryn Keeton, Holly Patterson, Jeremy Faulk, Lauren Leveton, Sleep Quality Questionnaire Short-Duration Flyers, TM-2013-217378, 7/1/2013, pp. 74, Location unavailable.


  295. Shayne C. Westover; Rainer B. Meinke; Roberto Battiston; William J. Burger; Steven Van Sciver; Scott Washburn; Steve R. Blattnig; Ken Bollweg; Robert C. Singleterry; D. Scott Winter, Magnet Architectures and Active Radiation Shielding Study (MAARS), TP-2014-217390, 5/1/2014, pp. 152, Location unavailable.


  296. Michael J. Calaway; Carlton C. Allen, Ph.D.; Judith H. Allton, Organic Contamination Baseline Study in NASA Johnson Space Center Astromaterials Curation Laboratories, TP-2014-217393, 7/1/2014, pp. 108, Location unavailable.


  297. Franklin R. Chang Diaz, Michael M. Hsu*, Ellen Braden, Ivan Johnson, Tien Fang Yang**, Rapid Mars Transits With Exhaust-Modulated Plasma Propulsion, TP-1995-3539, 3/1/1995, pp. 14, *US Navy det Dept of Physics, Cambridge University, U.K. **Yang Technologies, Inc., Cambridge, MA.


  298. William C. Schneider, Ph.D., Compiler, 29th Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, CP-3293, 5/1/1995, pp. 414, Proceedings of a symposium cosponsored by Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center and Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA 94088, and held at South Shore Harbour Conference Facility, League City, Texas, May 17-19, 1995. Responsible person is William C. Schneider, Ph.D., Engineering Directorate, telephone number 713-483-0313.


  299. Sherry A. Land; Jane T. Malin; Carroll Thronesbery*; Debra L. Schreckenghost*, A Guide to Developing Intelligent Monitoring Systems, TM-104807, 7/1/1995, pp. 103, *Metrica Inc., Houston, Texas.


  300. Bobby J. Bragg; John E. Casey*; J. Barry Trout*, Primary Battery Design and Safety Guidelines Handbook, RP-1353, 12/1/1994, pp. 80, *Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company, Houston, Texas.


  301. George A. Zupp, Jr., Editor, A Perspective On the Human-Rating Process of U.S. Spacecraft: Both Past and Present, SP-6104, 4/1/1995, pp. 14, Location unavailable.


  302. John H. Cross*, Editor, Third International Workshop on Ion Mobility Spectrometry, CP-3301, 4/1/1995, pp. 344, *KRUG Life Sciences, Houston, Texas.


  303. Mark J. Cintala; Kathleen M. McBride*, Block Distributions on the Lunar Surface: A Comparison Between Measurements Obtained From Surface and Orbital Photography, TM-104804, 10/1/1995, pp. 44, *Lockheed Engineering and Science Company, Houston, Texas.


  304. Carlos R. Ortiz Longo and Steven L. Rickman, Method for the Calculation of Spacecraft Umbra and Penumbra Shadow Terminator Points, TP-1995-3547, 4/1/1995, pp. 35, Location unavailable.


  305. Orbiter Corrosion Control Review Board, Space Shuttle Orbiter Corrosion History, 1981-1993, TM-1995-104810, 5/1/1995, pp. 38, Location unavailable.


  306. Friedrich Horz, Mark J. Cintala, Ronald P. Bernhard*, Frank Cardenas*,, Penetration Experiments in Aluminum 1100 Targets Using Soda-Lime Glass Projectiles, TM-104813, 6/1/1995, pp. 328, *Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company Houston, TX 77058.


  307. Richard Bannerot* and Donn G. Sickorez, Editors, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program - 1994, Volume 1, CR-188410, 7/1/1995, pp. 202, *University of Houston, Houston, Texas.


  308. Richard Bannerot* and Donn G. Sickorez, Editors, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program - 1994, Volume 2, CR-188410, 7/1/1995, pp. 211, *University of Houston, Houston, Texas.


  309. Mark Holly*, The Effects of Space Radiation on Flight Film, CR-188427, 9/1/1995, pp. 27, *DynCorp, Houston, Texas.


  310. Evelyne Orndoff, Development and Evaluation of Polybenzoxazole Fibrous Structures, TM-104814, 9/1/1995, pp. 18, Location unavailable.


  311. Suzanne M. Fortney, Laura Steinmann*, Joan A. Young*, Cherylynn N. Hoskin*, and Linda H. Barrows*, Fluid-Loading Solutions and Plasma Volume: Astro-Ade and Salt Tablets With Water, TP-3456, 1/1/1993, pp. 25, * KRUG Life Sciences, Houston, Texas.


  312. Kathryn M. Hurlbert; Michael K. Ewert; J. P. Graf*, J. R. Keller*,, Final Report for the Ultralight Fabric Reflux Tube (UFRT) Thermal/Vacuum Test, TM-104815, 3/1/1996, pp. 152, *Lockheed-Martin Engineering & Sciences, Houston, Texas 77058 **Battelle/Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, Washington 99352.


  313. Michael R. Barratt, M.D., Space Station Hyperbaric Medicine Ad Hoc Committee Meeting, CP-10140, 1/1/1996, pp. 466, Location unavailable.


  314. Susan F. Gomez; Laura Hood; Robert J. Panneton; Penny E. Saunders; Antha Adkins*; Dr. Shian U. Hwu*; Ba P. Lu*, Evaluation of Two Computational Techniques of Calculating Multipath Using Global Positioning System (GPS) Carrier Phase Measurements, TM-104816, 3/1/1996, pp. 130, *Lockheed Martin Engineering and Science Services, Houston, Texas.


  315. Honglu Wu*, William Atwell**, Francis A. Cucinotta***, Chui-hsu Yang, Estimate of Space Radiation-Induced Cancer Risks for International Space Station Orbits, TM-104818, 4/1/1996, pp. 65, *KRUG Life Sciences, Houston, Texas **Rockwell Space Systems Division, Houston, Texas ***NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia.


  316. Paul O. Romere; Charles H. Campbell; Jose M. Caram; Stanley A. Bouslog*, Results of the 0.0175-Scale Shuttle Orbiter Vehicle Boundary Layer Transition Wind Tunnel Test (MH-11) in the AEDC VKF Tunnel B, TM-1996-104820, 5/1/1996, pp. 655, *Lockheed-Martin Engineering and Science Services Houston, Texas.


  317. Author unavailable, Johnson Space Center Research and Technology 1995 Annual Report, TM-104811, 3/1/1996, pp. total unavailable, Location unavailable.


  318. Richard Slater, U.S./Russian Joint Film Test, TM-104817, 4/1/1996, pp. 21, For additional information contact Richard Slater, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, 713-483-7723.


  319. David A. Morgan*; Robert P. Wilmington*; Abhilash K. Pandya*; James C. Maida; Kenneth J. Demel, Comparison of Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) Suited and Unsuited Isolated Joint Strength Measurements, TP-3613, 6/1/1996, pp. 54, *Lockheed-Martin Engineering Science Services, Houston, Texas.


  320. James P. Smith, Highly Accurate Beam Torsion Solutions Using the p-Version Finite Element Method, TP-3608, 3/1/1996, pp. 16, Location unavailable.


  321. William A. Hyman* and Donn G. Sickorez, Editors, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program - 1995 (Volumes 1 and 2), CR-201377, 8/1/1996, pp. 428, *Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.


  322. Ram R. Bishu*, Lisa A. Bronkema*, Dishayne Garcia**, Glenn Klute, and Sudhakar Rajulu, Tactility as a Function of Grasp Force: Effects of Glove, Orientation, Pressure, Load, and Handle, TP-3474, 4/1/1994, pp. 25, * University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska ** Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas.


  323. Joel M. Stoltzfus; Jesse Dees*; Robert F. Poe*, Guide for Oxygen Hazards Analyses on Components and Systems, TM-104823, 10/1/1996, pp. 13, *Lockheed Martin Engineering & Science Services, Las Cruces, New Mexico.


  324. Michael K. Ewert; Anthony J. Hanford*, Advanced Active Thermal Control Systems Architecture Study, TM-104822, 10/1/1996, pp. 216, *Lockheed Martin Engineering and Science Services, Houston, Texas.


  325. William C. Hoffman III, Age Life Evaluation of Space Shuttle Crew Escape System Pyrotechnic Components Loaded With Hexanitrostilbene (HNS), TP-3650, 9/1/1996, pp. 41, Location unavailable.


  326. Young W. Park*; Jack P. Brazzel*; J. Russell Carpenter; Heather D. Hinkel; James H. Newman, Flight Test Results from Real-Time Relative Global Positioning System Flight Experiment on STS-69, TM-104824, 11/1/1996, pp. 25, *McDonnell Douglas Aerospace, Houston, Texas.


  327. Andrea H. Berman; Mihriban Whitmore, Evolution of the Posture Video Analysis Tool* (PVAT), TP-3657, 11/1/1996, pp. 27, Location unavailable.


  328. Larry J. Bamford*; Michelle A. Rucker; Douglas Dobbin*, Guide for Oxygen Component Qualification Tests, TM-104821, 12/1/1996, pp. 14, *Lockheed Martin Engineering & Science Company.


  329. D. J. Kessler; J. Zhang*; M. J. Matney*; P. Eichler*; R. C. Reynolds*; P. D. Anz-Meador**; E. G. Stansbery, A Computer Based Orbital Debris Environment Model for Spacecraft Design and Observation in Low Earth Orbit, TM-104825, 11/1/1996, pp. 55, *Lockheed Martin Engineering and Sciences Services; **Viking Science and Technology, Inc.


  330. James C. Maida, Measurement and Validation of Bidirectional Reflectance of Space Shuttle and Space Station Materials for Computerized Lighting Models, TP-3649, 3/1/1997, pp. 39, Location unavailable.


  331. Alice Lee, Quantitative Measures for Software Independent Verification and Validation, TP-3634, 2/1/1997, pp. 184, Location unavailable.


  332. Mihriban Whitmore*; Andrea Berman*; Cynthia Chmielewski*, Independent Verification and Validation of Complex User Interfaces: A Human Factors Approach, TP-3665, 3/1/1997, pp. 52, *Lockheed Martin Engineering & Sciences Services.


  333. Stephen J. Hoffman, Ed.*, The Mars Surface Mission: A Description of Human and Robotic Surface Activities, TP-2001-209371, 12/1/2001, pp. 112, *Science Applications International Corporation Originally published as document EX13-98-065.


  334. Todd Peters, John Saiz, Carl Scott, and Eugene Ungar, Editors, Eighth Annual Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop on Spacecraft and Design, CP-3359, 9/1/1997, pp. 175, Location unavailable.


  335. C. A. Sapp,* M. W. Snyder,** J. L. Dragg,* M. T. Gaunce, J. E. Decker***, Photogrammetric Assessment of the Hubble Space Telescope Solar Arrays During the Second Servicing Mission, TP-207193, 4/1/1998, pp. 195, *Lockheed Martin **Hernandez Engineering ***Goddard Space Flight Center.


  336. Friedrich Horz, Mark Cintala, Michael Zolensky, Ronald Bernhard*, William Davidson*, Gerald Haynes*, Thomas See*, Peter Tsou**, Donald Brownlee***, Capture of Hyervelocity Particles With Low-Density Aerogel, TM-1998-207192, 3/1/1998, pp. 60, *Lockheed-Martin Space Mission Systems and Services **Jet Propulsion Laboratory *** University of Washington.


  337. Stephen J. Hoffman and David I. Kaplan, editors, Human Exploration of Mars: The Reference Mission of the NASA Mars Exploration Study Team, SP-6107, 7/1/1997, pp. 228, Study team included personnel from Ames Research Center, Lewis Research Center, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Science Applications International Corporation, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.


  338. Donald Barker, Gregory Chamitoff, George James, Rescource Utilization and Site Selection for a Self-sufficient Martian Outpost, TM-1998-206538, 4/1/1998, pp. 52, Location unavailable.


  339. S.M.C. Lee,* M.E. Guilliams,* A.D. Moore, Jr.,* W.J. Williams,* M.C. Greenisen, S.M. Fortney, Exercise Countermeasures Demonstration Project During the Lunar-Mars Life Support Test Project Phase IIA, TM-1998-206537, 1/1/1998, pp. 71, *Krug Life Sciences, Inc.


  340. Carl Scott, An Approximate Axisymmetric Viscous Shock Layer Aeroheating Method for 3-Dimensional Bodies, TM-1998-207890, 5/1/1998, pp. 36, Location unavailable.


  341. Bret G. Drake, editor, Reference Mission 3.0, Addendum to the Human Exploration of Mars: The Reference Mission of the NASA Mars Exploration Study Team, SP-6107-ADD, 6/1/1998, pp. 62, This addendum was published first under the number of EX13-98-036. It will be referenced by both numbers in the CASI database.


  342. Phillip A. Bishop,* Marcas M. Bamman,** Suzanne Fortney, Michael Greenisen, Alan D. Moore, Jr.,** Steven F. Siconolfi, and William Squires***, Procedures for Exercise Physiology Laboratories, TM-1998-104826, 7/1/1998, pp. 63, *University of Alabama **Krug Life Sciences ***Texas Lutheran University.


  343. Johnson Space Center, Johnson Space Center Research & Technology 1997 Annual Report, TM-1998-104827, 8/1/1998, pp. 93, Location unavailable.


  344. Robert P. Wilmington*, Jeffrey Poliner*, and Glenn K. Klute, Use of a Pitch Adjustable Foot Restraint System: Operator Strength Capability and Load Requirements, TP-3477, 4/1/1994, pp. 37, Location unavailable.


  345. David S. F. Portree and Joseph P. Loftus, Jr., editors, Orbital Debris: A Chronology, TP-1999-208856, 1/1/1999, pp. 170, Location unavailable.


  346. Sue McDonald (JSC), Mir Mission Chronicle, November 1994 Through August 1996, TP-1998-208920, 1/1/1999, pp. total unavailable, Location unavailable.


  347. Thomas L. Wilson & John P. Wefel*, editors, Advanced Cosmic-Ray Composition Experiment for Space Station (ACCESS) - ACCESS Accommodation Study Report, TP-1999-209202, 6/1/1999, pp. 193, *Louisiana State University.


  348. Author unavailable, Research & Technology Annual Report 1998-1999, TM-2000-209904, 2/1/2000, pp. 149, Location unavailable.


  349. Merri J. Sanchez, PhD, A Human Factors Evaluation of a Methodology for Pressurized Crew Module Acceptability for Zero-Gravity Ingress of Spacecraft, TM-2000-209764, 3/1/2000, pp. 140, Location unavailable.


  350. Donald M. Curry, Vuong T. Pham, Ignacio Norman*, Dennis C. Chao*, Oxidation of Reinforced Carbon-Carbon Subjected to Hypervelocity Impact, TP-2000-209760, 3/1/2000, pp. 63, *Boeing North American, Inc., Houston, TX 77058.


  351. David B. Hirsch, Allied Signal Technical Services Corp.; Harold D. Beeson, WSTF; and Robert Friedman, WSTF, Microgravity Effects on Combustion of Polymers, TM-2000-209900, 1/1/2000, pp. 35, Location unavailable.


  352. Suzanne M. Schneider, Kristin K. Woodruff*, Stuart M.C. Lee*, and Michael C. Greenisen, Skin Temperatures During Unaided Egress: Unsuited and While Wearing the NASA Launch and Entry or Advanced Crew Escape Suits, TM-2000-209761, 3/1/2000, pp. 44, Wyle Laboratories Life Sciences, Systems and Services Houston, TX 77058-2787.


  353. Kristin K. Woodruff*; Anyika N. Johnson**; Stuart M.C. Lee*; Michael Gernhardt; Suzanne M. Schneider; Philip P. Foster***, A Pilot Study for Applying an EVA Exercise Prebreath Protocol to the International Space Station, TM-2000-210132, 4/1/2000, pp. 43, * Wyle Laboratories, Houston, TX 77058-2787; ** National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Houston, TX 77030; ***Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX 77058.


  354. Johnny Conkin, Ph.D.*, The Mars Project: Avoiding Decompression Sickness on a Distant Planet, TM-2000-210188, 5/1/2000, pp. 54, *National Space Biomedical Research Institute Houston, TX 77030-3498.


  355. Stuart M. C. Lee* and Steven F. Siconolfi, Carbon Dioxide and Water Vapor Production at Rest and During Exercise: A Report on Data Collection for the Crew and Thermal Systems Division, TP-3500, 8/1/1994, pp. 12, *KRUG Life Sciences, Houston, Texas.


  356. Mark E. Valentine, A Goal-Seeking Strategy for Constructing Systems From Alternative Components, TM-2000-209265, 5/1/2000, pp. 24, Location unavailable.


  357. Stuart M.C. Lee*, W. Jon Williams*, Suzanne M. Schneider, Core Temperature Measurement During Submaximal Exercise: Esophogeal, Rectal, and Intestinal Temperatures, TP-2000-210133, 4/1/2000, pp. 57, * Wyle Laboratories, Houston, TX 77058-2787.


  358. J. Travis Brown & Charles F. Sawin, Project Management, Extended Duration Orbiter Medical Project, Final Report 1989-1995, SP-1999-534, 12/1/1999, pp. 294, Location unavailable.


  359. Erik Carlson*, Ellington Field: A Short History, 1917-1962, CR-1999-208921, 2/1/1999, pp. 57, *Contractor for Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.


  360. Susan Ramsey, Sudhakar Rajulu, Ph.D.*, Loads Produced During the Ingression and Egression of the Portable Foot Restraint on the Hubble Space Telescope, TM-2000-210191, 9/1/2000, pp. 34, *Lockheed Martin Space Operations Co., Houston, Texas.


  361. Richard Slater, John Kinard, Ivan Firsov*, The Effect of Radiation on Selected Photographic Film, TP-2000-210193, 10/1/2000, pp. 32, * Energia Space Corporation, Moscow, Russia.


  362. Andrew V. Ilin*, Franklin R. Chang-Diaz*, Yana L. Gurieva**, Valery P. Il'in**, Accuracy Improvement in Magnetic Field Modeling for an Axisymmetric Electromagnet, TP-2000-210194, 12/1/2000, pp. 50, * Advanced Space Propulsion Laboratory, Houston, TX ** Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SD RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia.


  363. J. Sebastian Perera, PhD, JD, Reliability Modeling of Microelectromechanical Systems Using Neural Networks, TP-2000-210192, 10/1/2000, pp. 77, Location unavailable.


  364. Carl Hohmann, Bill Tipton, Jr., Maureen Dutton, Propellant for the NASA Standard Initiator, TP-2000-210186, 10/1/2000, pp. 24, Location unavailable.


  365. Carl Hohmann, Bill Tipton, Jr., Viton’s Impact on NASA Standard Initiator Propellant Properties, TP-2000-210187, 10/1/2000, pp. 24, Location unavailable.



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