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Good job explaining everything And one thing is very clear it is not a simple task to land something on Mars I ve worked only with earth orbiting satellites and although those are still complex machines to build and "operate they re nothing compared to what s reuired for interplanetary missions Erik Conway wrote a very "they re nothing compared to what s reuired for interplanetary missions Erik Conway wrote a very description of the Mars projects at JPL from the 90 s into the 2000 s He Space is awesomeAs an avid follower of all things NASA this was the perfect book for me The only thing I was slightly disappointed with was the for me The only thing I was slightly disappointed with was the of a complete Curiosity section I would have loved reading ABOUT THE ENGINEERING CHALLENGE OF THE the engineering challenge of the crane Still this is a great book and a worthy addition to space travel s literatur. Sts grappled with technical challenges while also coping not always successfully with funding shortfalls unrealistic schedules and managerial turmoilConway JPL's historian offers an insider's perspective into the changing goals of Mars exploration the ways in which sophisticated computer simulations drove the design process and the remarkable evolution of landing technologies over a thirty ear period.

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Duced I often found myself slightly confusedI suppose a real enthusiast should prefer Conway s dry style to the sensationalist alternative But the truth is that I really wanted to read a JPL version of The Right Stuff So my three stars should not dissuade anyone looking for a meaty factual historical treatise I m always sad when I come to the end of a good book My review is a bit biased "perhaps because I worked at JPL FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS for a couple of ears on a Mars project though and I understand "because I worked at JPL for a couple of ears not on a Mars project though and I understand engineering behind the spacecraft However I do think the book is well worth reading for any space enthusiast or anyone interested in learning what goes on at JPL While the aerospace field is peppered with acronyms and jargon the author does Vehicles whose successful deployment onto the Martian surface posed some of the most complicated technical problems in space flight historyIn Exploration and Engineering Erik M Conway reveals how JPL engineers' creative technological feats led to major breakthroughs in Mars exploration He takes readers into the heart of the lab's problem solving approach and management structure where talented scienti. I saw Conway give a talk at JPL It was "Brilliant His Knowledge Of Space History Is Encyclopedic And The "His knowledge of space history is encyclopedic and the was dynamic So I had to read his bookMy astronomical expectations were only slightly disappointed Exploration and "Engineering delves deeply into mission details It taught me
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delves deeply into mission details It taught me much of relevance to my work at JPL However reads like a textbook than a story Dramatic incidents that should put the reader on the edge of her seat are presented in a matter of fact tone and Conway is not careful to preserve the element of surprise Flaws in the narrative flow also occasionally make it difficult to tell whether Conway is revisiting an event or moving on Occasionally he even refers in passing to events he has not et intro. Although the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena California has become synonymous with the United States' planetary exploration during the past half century its most recent focus has been on Mars Beginning in the 1990s and continuing through the Mars Phoenix mission of 2007 JPL led the way in engineering an impressive rapidly evolving succession of Mars orbiters and landers including roving robotic.

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    READ Exploration and Engineering I saw Conway give a talk at JPL It was brilliant His knowledge of space history is encyclopedic and the presentation was dynamic So I had to read his bookMy astronomical expectations were only slightly disappointed Exploration and Engineering delves deeply into mission details It taught me much of relevance to my work at JPL Howeve

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