1. Buzz Aldrin's Mars Vision: There and Back Again
BUZZ ALDRIN CYCLER ORBITER BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ONLINE
Shaping, Inc.: Manufacturers in Mars Orbit
Conference On Libration Point Orbits and Applications.
SPACE GOALS FOR 21ST-CENTURY AMERICA THE EVOLUTION OF THE UNIVERSE
Aerospace Inc. - Cyclical Visits to Mars via Astronaut Hotels
Hotel and Mars Cycler Study
of Texas Mars Mission Analysis
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Space Agency - Different kinds of trajectories are designed and analysed,
ranging from traditional direct transfers between two celestial bodies to more
exotic solutions like cycler trajectories with nuclear electric propulsion.
Aldrin Blazing a Trail to Mars
ASTRONAUT ALDRIN, PURDUE ENGINEERS PLANNING MARS HOTELS
- "Changing the way rockets are designed would pave the way to transporting more
people into space. It could lead to a next-generation type of space shuttle
carrying up to 100 people." -- Buzz Aldrin
8 To Mars - Orbit6 webpage
hotels could run ferry service to Mars
Orbiting 'hoppers' may be taking
tourists on trips to red planet within 20 years
as Cycler Spacecraft
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Orbiters are central to the plans of United Societies In Space
Orbits in the Restricted Problem
Round Trip Mission Design
ASI will lead the space-based manufacturing industry of the 21st
century, continually reducing the costs associated with space exploration,
habitation, and development.
He was born Edwin Eugene ("Buzz") Aldrin on January 20, 1930 in
Montclair, New Jersey. His parents were Marion Moon, the daughter of an Army
Chaplain, and Edwin Eugene Aldrin, aviation pioneer, student of rocket developer
Robert Goddard and aide to the immortal General Billy Mitchell.
Buzz Aldrin Bio.
- Their Lives! Their Interests! Their Families!
2001: FUTURE SPACE
Ten Reasons for Space Exploration