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Apollo Lunar Orbit Rendezvous Architecture Decision Revisited

David M. Reeves, Michael D. Scher, Alan W. Wilhite, Douglas O. Stanley
2006 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
Thus, a direct comparison of the architectures from the Apollo study was very difficult.  ...  General Approach The four architecture modes studied in 1962 for Apollo differed in their operational architecture, physical architecture, propellant HOVER LUNAR SEPARATE RE-ENTRY AND LAUNCH LAND & ESCAPE  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.18837 fatcat:5hdfbr75azhnvaob5fxvbsjy3q

50 years on: legacies of the Apollo programme

John F Pernet-Fisher, Francesca E McDonald, Ryan A Zeigler, Katherine H Joy
2019 Astronomy & Geophysics  
On the 50th anniversary since humans first set foot on the Moon, John Pernet-Fisher, Francesca McDonald, Ryan Zeigler and Katherine Joy take a look back at the legacies of the Apollo programme.  ...  in the planning stages of the Apollo programme, and implemented into lunar surface and Earth-Moon transfer operations.  ...  The programme of placing science at the centre of an exploration architecture culminated in the Apollo 17 mission, in which astronaut Harrison "Jack" Schmitt had the honour of being the only professionally  ... 
doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atz163 fatcat:6ye7oocagfdrfiufah2o7osuqi

Apollo: Scalable and Coordinated Scheduling for Cloud-Scale Computing

Eric Boutin, Jaliya Ekanayake, Wei Lin, Bing Shi, Jingren Zhou, Zhengping Qian, Ming Wu, Lidong Zhou
2014 USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation  
Apollo is robust, with means to cope with unexpected system dynamics, and can take advantage of idle system resources gracefully while supplying guaranteed resources when needed.  ...  This paper presents Apollo, a highly scalable and coordinated scheduling framework, which has been deployed on production clusters at Microsoft to schedule thousands of computations with millions of tasks  ...  We would also like to thank the members of Microsoft SCOPE team for their contributions to the SCOPE distributed computation system, of which Apollo serves as the scheduling component.  ... 
dblp:conf/osdi/BoutinELSZQWZ14 fatcat:rqcpw5zh3jh7tjwk3gxwsthazm

The Moon 35 years after Apollo: What's left to learn?

Clive R. Neal
2009 Chemie der Erde  
With the cancellation of the Apollo program after Apollo 17 returned from the Moon in 1972, the focus of NASA switched to other areas of the Solar System.  ...  the way for much more detailed human exploration that was conducted during Apollo.  ...  Remaining lunar science questions -we have barely scratched the surface The current architecture of lunar return indicates that the astronauts will have ample time to conduct scientific exploration (Yoder  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chemer.2008.07.002 fatcat:q4glnkevpbewzn354rkyhsoiwy

Apollo: An Interactive Web Environment for Generating Symbolic Musical Phrases using Corpus-based Style Imitation

Renaud Bougueng Tchemeube, Jeff Ens, Philippe Pasquier
2019 Zenodo  
In this paper, we introduce Apollo, an interactive music application for generating symbolic phrases of conventional western music using corpusbased style imitation techniques.  ...  With the recent developments in machine intelligence and web technologies, new generative music systems are being explored for assisted composition using machine learning techniques on the web.  ...  with limitations of HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) protocols.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4285259 fatcat:5kvvl5vxmfgbregqd7ytqie2km

Comparing Apollo and Mars Exploration Rover (MER)/phoenix operations paradigms for human exploration during NASA Desert-RATS science operations

R.A. Yingst, B.A. Cohen, D.W. Ming, D.B. Eppler
2013 Acta Astronautica  
orbital communication satellites rather than relying on line-of-sight architectures.  ...  However, this mode suffered at each point where data and knowledge needed to be transferred, requiring significantly more data infrastructure (databases, notes, etc.) to function smoothly.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2011.10.001 fatcat:3hluqur34zbypn5cezd62t5r4m

Where no man has gone before: a history of Apollo lunar exploration missions

1990 ChoiceReviews  
Holmes then proposed to transfer money to Apollo from other NASA programs, including science, but again Webb refused.  ...  Apollo program, laying major emphasis on the scientific exploration of the moon conducted on the later flights, Apollo 12 through Apollo 17.  ...  The vehicle would be used on the later Apollo exploration missions.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.28-0944 fatcat:ayhawcuizvf57pnj6ubwbt77wi

Greek homosexuality, Greek narcissism, Greek culture: the invention of Apollo

F Gonzalez-Reigosa, H Kaminsky
1989 The Psychohistory review  
It is in fact something of a commonplace in such explorations to point more or less humorously to the blatant silences and droll circumlocutions of the past.’'  ...  clarity [or reflective radiance--sinnende Klarheit] in the face of Apollo are not a symbol but the expression in which mind manifests itself."*° If we join Hegel in invoking Apollo at this point, ignoring  ... 
pmid:11621767 fatcat:rx7oobdfhngxhgazqszskhw334

Utilizing Red Spotted Apollo Butterfly Transcriptome to Identify Antimicrobial Peptide Candidates against Porphyromonas gingivalis

Kang-Woon Lee, Jae-Goo Kim, Karpagam Veerappan, Hoyong Chung, Sathishkumar Natarajan, Ki-Young Kim, Junhyung Park
2021 Insects  
We have deciphered AMPs from an endangered species Parnassius bremeri, commonly known as the red spotted apollo butterfly.  ...  We have documented and deciphered their transcriptome in the process of identifying AMPs which might serve as a resource for future exploration.  ...  Introduction Humans are privileged by having a strong innate and adaptive immune architecture, while smaller organisms like insects are solely dependent on innate immune systems.  ... 
doi:10.3390/insects12050466 pmid:34069966 fatcat:2fu3afcuxrf2dexlimvkjryjma

Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar ProgramMarketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program by David Meerman Scott and Richard Jurek. The MIT Press, Cambridge, London, 2013. 130 pp., illus. ISBN: 978-0-262-02696-3

Stephen Petersen
2015 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
Literary Gaming is a fascinating and detailed scholarly exploration of this fairly new field of academic inquiry.  ...  Toward an Architecture of Enjoyment, edited by Lukasz Stanek. Reviewed by Jan Baetens. Animating Film Theory by Karen Beckman. Reviewed by Amanda Egbe.  ...  Leonardo is soliciting texts that document the works of artists, researchers and scholars involved in the exploration of sustainability in urban environments.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_r_00986 fatcat:lkaj4yiui5gexjvrrkol2asldy

The Apollo Medical Operations Project: Recommendations to improve crew health and performance for future exploration missions and lunar surface operations

Richard A. Scheuring, Jeffrey A. Jones, Joseph D. Novak, James D. Polk, David B. Gillis, Josef Schmid, James M. Duncan, Jeffrey R. Davis
2008 Acta Astronautica  
the influence of that impact on the new exploration vehicles and mission architectures.  ...  Hence, we see that many of the experiences of the Apollo astronauts have been considered relevant, and have impacted the exploration architecture. 54 CONCLUSION The Apollo Medical Operations Project  ...  Volume and upmass will be limited in exploration vehicles/habitat as it was on the Apollo vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2007.12.065 fatcat:trln3xnldbd2xmrqvkvaxynb6i

Establishment of a Digital Knowledge Conversion Architecture Design Learning with High User Acceptance

Yun-Wu Wu, Apollo Weng, Kuo-hua Weng
2017 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
Therefore, it can be concluded that the knowledge transfer learning system developed in this study is very helpful for learning of architecture design.  ...  The purpose of this study is to design a knowledge conversion and management digital learning system for architecture design learning, helping students to share, extract, use and create their design knowledge  ...  It is difficult to transfer to others, visualize, share, duplicate and manage.  ... 
doi:10.12973/eurasia.2017.01224a fatcat:fmc7xw6mpfd77gtmfcgmtipege

The structures of the SNM1A and SNM1B/Apollo nuclease domains reveal a potential basis for their distinct DNA processing activities

Charles K. Allerston, Sook Y. Lee, Joseph A. Newman, Christopher J. Schofield, Peter J. McHugh, Opher Gileadi
2015 Nucleic Acids Research  
Together, the architecture and dimensions of this groove, coupled to the surrounding region of high positive charge, explain the remarkable ability of SNM1A to accommodate and efficiently digest highly  ...  The human SNM1A and SNM1B/Apollo proteins are members of an extended family of eukaryotic nuclease containing a motif related to the prokaryotic metallo-␤-lactamase (MBL) fold.  ...  In particular, the residues forming the signature motifs (1-4, A, B) of this family all play a conserved role in the architecture of the active site ( Figure 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkv1256 pmid:26582912 pmcid:PMC4678830 fatcat:iamxgeed45cfnbln6ptjwqhe34

A Study on the Historical Materials of the Apollo Pythios Temple in Rhodes and the Evaluation of Potential Restoration Materials

Maria Apostolopoulou, Vasileios Keramidas, Niki Galanaki, Myrto Kalofonou, Chariklia Skoula, Maria Karoglou, Ekaterini Delegou, Charalampos Mouzakis, Asterios Bakolas, Antonia Moropoulou, Maria Pikoula, Anna Kalagri (+2 others)
2019 Heritage  
The Temple of Apollo Pythios, built in the Hellenistic era (3rd–1st century BC), is located in the ancient Acropolis of Rhodes.  ...  method of the "scenographic" restoration was the "mixed structure" technique using a core of reinforced concrete in combination with new biocalcarenite stones and the integration of very few ancient architectural  ...  Pythios Temple; (d) the Apollo Pythios Temple.  ... 
doi:10.3390/heritage2010065 fatcat:4bujs5g2yngvbojkd36aewt27i

The Apollo Lightcraft Project

M. ANTONISON, W. SMITH, L. MYRABO
1988 Aircraft Design, Systems and Operations Conference   unpublished
Flight . . . . . 4.13 Adaptive Primary Optics for the Apollo Lightcraft . . . . . . . .  ...  The desired payload for the Apollo Lightcraft is transferring five astronauts to low Earth orbit.  ...  Many computer simulations were run to explore trajectories k a t minimize total propellant use.  ... 
doi:10.2514/6.1988-4486 fatcat:z2j76vhemra3npprjz2vp6wztu
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