Advanced Paper Aircraft Construction: Easy-to-follow by Campbell Morris

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S. H. Shamsutdinov and I. A. Marinin, "The Flight, Not Yet", Aviatsiya I Kosmonavtika, Feb . 1993, pp . 40 -41. • I. Afanasyev, "S u bj ect Moon, After NI-L3", Aviatsiya I Kosmonavtika, Feb. 1993, pp . 42-44. 228-229. • N. P. Kamanin,"Space Diary of a General", Vozdushnyy Trans ­ port, Nos. 12-15 and 43-50, 1993 . 1, 1993, pp . 53-55 . • I. A Marinin and S. H . 4, 1993, pp. 62-69. Varfo lomeyev, "Rock et Engines Developed by S. A. Kosberg Design Bureau and Their Launch Vehicles", NouostiKosmonavtiki, No.

THE SOVIET REACH fOR THE M OON * 29 ~ The N-l1Ir3 Flight Profileis) From Earth to the Moon: (l) The N-l / L-3 "complex" lifts off from Baikonur; (2) N -l first stage (Block A) separates; (3) Escape tower and protectiv e fairings separate; (4) N -l second stage (Block B) separates; (5) N-l third stage (Block V) separates; (6) L-3 "complex" leaves Earth orbit onto a translunar trajectory; (7) L -3 first stage (Block G) separates; (8) L-3 second stage (Block D) and 30 * Lunar Lander and Lunar Orbiter enter Lunar orbit; (9) Cosmonaut tran sfers from Orbiter (LOK) to Lander (LK); (10) Lander /Block D separate from Orbiter (LOK); (11) Block D fires, separates and crashes into Moon; (12) Lunar Lander (LK) lands on the Moon.

Whatever small hope that the Soviet Union had of beating the US with a lunar landing evaporated in March and May of1969 as a result ofthe highly successful Apollo 9 and Apollo 10 missions. The first thoroughly tested the LEM in Earth orbit with men on board, whereas the second witnessed a return to the Moon in a full dress­ rehearsal ofa lunar landing. With theApollo 11 mission set for mid­ July, the USSR pressed on hoping to score two more significant achievements before losing the Moon race. This time the Proton would carry a Ye-8-5, designed to soft-land on the Moon, drill into the lunar surface, ex­ tract a small soil sample, and return it to Earth.

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