Science Technology Space Launch Vehicles
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Launch Vehicles are used to deploy objects like artificial satellites, manned spacecraft and scientific probes into space.

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Aerosike Engine
Information about aerospike and annular nozzles, such as how they work and their advantages and disadvantages.
Chariots for Apollo: A History of Manned Lunar Spacecraft
By Courtney G. Brooks. James M. Grimwood and Loyd S. Swenson, Jr.
ESA - Launch vehicles
Space launchers developed or used by the European Space Agency.
History of the Delta Launch Vehicle
A chronicle of the development of the Boeing McDonnell Douglas Delta family of expendable launch vehicles, from the Thor-Delta (1960) to the present day.
Micro Launch Vehicle
Information on a project aiming to design the world's smallest orbital launch vehicle.
NASA - Ares Launch Vehicles
Information about NASA's Ares rockets which will return humans to the moon and later take them to Mars and other destinations.
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
Home page of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center which develops key transportation and propulsion technologies.
NSAU Launch Vehicles
This page contains links leading to pages with information on launch vehicles developed and operated by the National Space Agency of Ukraine.
Orbital
Offers presentation of the company's launch vehicles, including the Pegasus and others.
Project Orion Links
Spacedrive technology based on nuclear power. Personal page.
Russian Launch Vehicles
Provides a listing of Russian launch vehicles and a comparison of their sizes. Links are provided for obtaining further information on the modern launchers such as Energia.
SpaceX - Falcon
Information about the Falcon Rocket family developed by SpaceX.
Wikipedia Category: Space Launch Vehicles
List of articles about current and historical launch vehicles and also articles about different types of launch systems.
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