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Paine aboard Air Force One while flying to the July Apollo 11 splashdown. The United States had invited the Soviet Union to participate in experiments and information exchange in previous years. Now Dr. Paine sent Mstislav V. S. post-Apollo plans and suggested exploration of cooperative programs. In April 1970 Dr. Paine suggested, in an 18 Apollo-Soyuz Test Project informal meeting with academician Anatoly A. Blagonravov in New York, that the two nations cooperate on astronaut safety, including compatible docking equipment on space stations and shuttles to permit rescue operations in space emergencies.
Air Force by Lockheed Missiles Systems Division (now Lockheed Martin). Agena A, the first version of the stage, was followed by the Agena B, which had a larger fuel capacity and engines that could restart in space. The later Agena D was standardized to provide a launch vehicle for a variety of military and NASA payloads. NASA used Atlas-Agena vehicles to launch large Earth satellites as well as lunar and interplanetary space probes. Thor-Agena vehicles launched scientific satellites, such as OGO (Orbiting Geophysical Observatory) and Alouette, and applications satellites, such as the Echo 2 communications satellite and Nimbus meteorological satellites.
The first prototype was launched December 27, 1955. NASA used Asp as an upper stage in the Nike-Asp briefly. It was test flown several times in 1960, but a need for the vehicle did not develop. (Robert B. Cox, “Asp,” in Sounding Rockets, ed. Newell, p. ) asteroid. Any of the thousands of small rocky objects that orbit the Sun, most of them between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter (although some pass closer to the Sun than Earth does and others have orbits that take them well beyond Jupiter). Asteroids are larger than meteoroids.
A Dictionary of the Space Age by Paul Dickson