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Notes

1. I. M. Blankson, J.D. Anderson, M. Lewis, and S. Corda, "Air Breathing Hypersonic Waveriders: A Survey of Research Needs," Proceeding from the Wave Rider Conference, University of Maryland, 1993.

2. R. M. Zubrin and M. B. Clapp, "An Examination of the Feasibility of Winged SSTO Vehicles Utilizing Aerial Propellant Transfer," AIA 94-2923, 30th Joint AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1994.

3. P. R. Gord, K.J. Langan, and M.E. Stringer, "Advanced Launch Vehicle Configurations and Performance Trades," Paper from AGARD Conference Proceedings No. 489, Space Vehicle Flight Mechanics.

4. E. Hoegenauer and D. Koelle, "Saenger, the German Aerospace Vehicle Program," AIA-89-5007, AIAA First National Aero-Space Plane Conference, Dayton, Ohio, July 1989.

5. Gord, Langan, and Stringer.

6. Hoegenauer and Koelle.

7. G. Moore, private discussion, February 1996.

8. E. T. Curran, W. H. Heiser, and D. T. Pratt, "Fluid Phenomena in Scramjet Combustion Systems, Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 28, 1996, 323-360.

9. W. Schroeder, G. Hartmann, "Analysis of Inviscid and Viscous Hypersonic Flow past a Two-Stage Spacecraft," Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets 30, no. 1 January-February.

10. Boeing Commercial Airplanes. High-Speed Civil Transport Study, NASA Contractor Report 4234, under Contract NASI- 18377, 1989.

11. Charles Edward Cockrell, Jr. Vehicle Integration Effects on Hypersonic Waveriders, George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science, 21 April 1994.

12. Frederick S. Billig, Propulsion Systems from Takeoff to High-Speed Flight, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1990.

13. T. Eggers and R. Radespiel, Design of Waveriders. DLR, Institute for Design Aerodynamics, 11 October 1993.

14. During the SDI development, several laser systems were proposed that would be powerful enough to fire into space. Remember that these were fired straight up through 50 miles of atmosphere to reflecting satellites. A laser attacking the SHAAFT would have to fire at a slant angle through a thousand miles of atmosphere, refracting the beam and posing much less of a threat.

15. Jeff E. Bull and Paul Kolodziej, "X-34 Sharp Wing Integrated Flight Test (SWIFT), Thermal Protection Materials.

16. Ibid.

17. R. J. Krieger et al., "Aerodynamic Configured Missile Development-Final Report," Wright Laboratories, 15 March 1980.

18. Frederick S. Billig, "Tactical Missile Design Concepts," Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest, 139-54.

19. Ibid.

20. Dan Rondeaux, private discussion, 20 November 1995.

21. Billig.

22. E. T. Curran, W. H. Heiser, and D. T. Pratt. "Fluid Phenomena in Scramjet Combustion Systems," Fluid Mechanics Annual Review, 1996.

23. Billig.

24. Ibid.

25. R. M. Zurbin and M. B. Clapp, "An Examination of the Feasibility of Winged SSTO Vehicles Utilizing Aerial Propellant Transfer,: AIAA 94-29-23, 30th Joint AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1994.

26. R. M. Zurbin and M. B. Clapp, "An Examination of the Feasibility of Winged SSTO Vehicles Utilizing Aerial Propellant Transfer,: AIAA 94-29-23, 30th Joint AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1994.

27. E. Hoegenauer and D. Koelle, "Saenger, the German Aerospace Vehicle Program," AIAA-89-5007, AIAA First National Aero-Space Plane Conference, Dayton, Ohio, July 1989.

28. Ibid.

29. Ibid.

30. Frederick S. Billig, "Tactical Missile Design Concept," Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest, 139-54.


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