DICTIONARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS FOR AEROSPACE USE

Aerospace Bookshelf

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This Aerospace Dictionary was adapted to an html format from the original 1965 NASA paper text version by Daniel R. Glover, Jr. with assistance from others at the NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio.


Last modified: Thursday, 15-NOV-2001 11:00:00 CST


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