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Abstract

The theoretical basis for interplanetary flight had been well laid by Russia in the period from 1883, Tsiolkovsky’s first book, to the space boom of the 1920s and a resumption of interest in space travel in the 1950s. What about the practical side?

Keywords

Earth Orbit Solar Orbit Chief Designer Parking Orbit Mars Mission 
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