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Relevant SPST Sample Products A Guide for the Design of Highly Reusable Space Transportation The Functional Level I Requirements for an Advanced RLV A review and critique of RLV 2nd gen. “Level 1 Requirements" A tutorial on application of SPST “Space Transportation Systems Algorithm“ A process (using algorithm) for a cost effective balance between system safety, reliability and maintainability requirements - Propellant cost influence on achieving cost goal (influenced heavily by reliability & maintainability requirements) - Dec. 2002 Propulsion system architectural choice "(Pro and Cons)" Identification of current re- usable space transportation system "short falls" and NGLT projections – Report of Space Transportation Systems Life Cycle Cost Assessment and Control – Analysis and definition of "needs" for improvement in next Gen. Space Transportation Systems Development of generic space exploration functional systems breakdown structure (SBS) Space Propulsion Synergy Team John W. Robinson, Chairman P.O.Box 3829 Seal Beach, CA 90740 Phone 714-625-2107 [email protected] SPST Journal Link Below: http://www.eaglehill.us/SPAEVOonline/SPAEVO- policy-series.shtml
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Space Propulsio n Analysis and Evaluatio n Service Not for Profit Activity Space Propulsion Synergy Team http://www.spacepropulsion.org/
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Who is the Space Propulsion Synergy Team (SPST)
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