This definitive reference for house engineers offers an outline of the foremost matters governing strategy and mating techniques, and approach ideas for rendezvous & docking/berthing (RVD/B). those matters are addressed and defined in a fashion that aerospace engineers, scholars or even novices to the sector can collect a simple knowing of RVD/B.
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