Galactic trips

Johnson, Ray
July 1998
Airman;Jul98, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p40
Focuses on United States Air Force's 45th Wing radiation protection officer, Lieutenant Colonel Randall Scott's development of the US National Aeronautics and Space Administrations' Cassini spacecraft mission to Saturn. Mission of the space shuttle named Cassini; Reason why Cassini is categorized as a major radiological source launch; Scott's concerns regarding the mission.


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