Space Flight and Re-Entry Trajectories

International Symposium Organized by the International Academy of Astronautics of the IAF Louveciennes, 19–21 June 1961 Proceedings

  • Paul A. Libby

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-v
  2. Astronautica Acta, Vol. VII, Fasc. 5–6, 1961

  3. Astronautica Acta, Vol. VIII, Fasc. 2–3, 1962

  4. From Astronautica Acta, vol. VIII, Fasc. 5, 1962

  5. Back Matter
    Pages 588-588

About these proceedings


In this and a following issue (Vol. VIII, 1962, Fasc. 2-3) of "Astronautica Acta" there will appear the papers presented at the first international symposium sponsored by the International Academy of Astronautics of the International Astronautical Federation. The theme of the meeting was "Space Flight and Re-Entry Trajectories." It was held at Louveciennes outside of Paris on June 19-21, 1961. Sixteen papers by authors from nine countries were presented; attendees numbered from 80 to 100. The organizing committee for the symposium was as follows: Prof. PAUL A. LIBBY, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, U.S.A., Chairman; Prof. LuiGI BROGLIO, University of Rome, Italy; Prof. B. FRAEIJS DE VEUBEKE, University of Liege, Belgium; Dr. D. G. KING-HELE, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, Rants, United Kingdom; Prof. J. M. J. KooY, Royal Military School, Breda, Netherlands; Prof. JEAN KovALEVSKY, Bureau des Longitudes, Paris, France; Prof. RuDOLF PESEK, Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czechoslovakia. The detailed arrangements for the meeting were made in a most satisfactory manner by Dr. FRANK J. MALINA, Deputy Director of IAA and Mr. A. R. WEILLER, Acting Secretary of IAA. Prof. THEODORE VON KARMAN, Director of IAA, in his remarks closing the symposium indicated his satisfaction at the interest being shown in "the science of the future." The papers which follow will make a permanent contribution to the literature of this science.



Authors and affiliations

  • Paul A. Libby
    • 1
  1. 1.Aerodynamics LaboratoryPolytechnic Institute of BrooklynUSA

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