Tag: Launch

The Product Launch Checklist A step-by-step guide to preparing and launching products in the 21st Century


The Product Launch Checklist: A step-by-step guide to preparing and launching products in the 21st Century by Dominic Frúges
English | August 27, 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0BC6BXLBR | 105 pages | EPUB | 1.86 Mb
ʻThe Product Launch Checklistʼ is the culmination of years of hands-on work with product launches in high-tech, software, and a consumer brand launch. Dominic J. Frúges is a Strategist, Innovator, Executive for Entrepreneurs, Small & Mid-Size, and Enterprise businesses. A thought leader who uses strategic, market, and situational analysis to assess strengths or areas for improvement. Expert at developing value propositions, strategic messaging, features & benefits that position products.

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Streamlining Space Launch Range Safety


National Research Council, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board, "Streamlining Space Launch Range Safety"
English | 2000 | pages: 70 | ISBN: 0309069319 | EPUB | 2,1 mb
The U.S. space program is rapidly changing from an activity driven by federal government launches to one driven by commercial launches. In 1997, for the first time commercial launches outnumbered government launches at the Eastern Range (ER), located at Cape Canaveral Air Station, Florida. Commercial activity is also increasing at the Western Range (WR), located at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. The government itself is emulating commercial customers, shifting from direct management of launch programs to the purchase of space launch services from U.S. commercial launch companies in an open, competitive market.

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Prepare for Launch The Astronaut Training Process


Prepare for Launch: The Astronaut Training Process by Erik Seedhouse
English | PDF | 2010 | 286 Pages | ISBN : 1441913491 | 122.68 MB
To be an astronaut is the dream of thousands of young – and not so young – people. But is the life as glamorous as we think it is? First, each applicant must navigate a protracted application and selection process, submit to lengthy medicals, take dozens of aptitude tests, and face an interview panel. If successful, the wannabe spacefarer is then subjected to a guantlet of instruction. From being strapped into centrifuges to experiencing microgravity onboard NASA’s aptly named ‘vomit comet,’ the astronaut candidate’s (Ascan) trainging is as relentless as it is arduous.

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