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Soyuz Owners' Workshop Manual By David Baker

Soyuz Owners' Workshop Manual

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Detailed 'how it works' Haynes Manual treatment. A fascinating insight into the design, construction and operation of the Soyuz. Expert author who has worked on the Apollo and Shuttle space programmes. Fully illustrated.
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Soyuz Owners' Workshop Manual Summary

Soyuz Owners' Workshop Manual: 1967 onwards (all models) by David Baker

A product of the Cold War and the space race, the Soyuz spacecraft was designed in the early 1960s and has been carrying cosmonauts and astronauts into orbit for over 50 years. In that time it has served to deliver people to several Soviet-era space stations and to the International Space Station (ISS). The story of Soyuz embraces the race for the Moon, told here as an integral part of how the spacecraft was adapted for new goals and changing requirements. Added to this are detailed descriptions of how Soyuz works and hot it is operated, with upgrades and improvement keeping pace with the latest technology. A fascinating insight into this important and versatile spacecraft.

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About David Baker

Dr David Baker, an Englishman, worked with NASA on the Gemini, Apollo and Shuttle programmes between 1965 and 1990 and has written more than 80 books on spaceflight technology. His previous titles for Haynes include NASA Mars Rovers Manual (H5370), International Space Station Manual (H5218) and NASA Space Shuttle Manual (H4866). He lives in East Sussex.

Table of Contents

DRAFT CONTENTS The origins of Soyuz: The early 1960s, prior to official approval for the Moon programme, and the designers have lunar circumnavigation in their sites. Development of the first generations, including design, systems and test flights up to and including the first flight in 1967, in which cosmonaut Komarov is killed. Early missions: Flights resume in 1968 and early missions demonstrate rendezvous and docking. Zond flights around the Moon indicate an imminent Soviet circumlunar mission. Russia uses Soyuz as a major part of its Moon programme (this section will be described in detail and include the Russian Lunar Module and images of actual hardware).

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Soyuz Owners' Workshop Manual: 1967 onwards (all models) by David Baker
David Baker
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