Hi everyone,
I've collected most of the NASA special publication 8000 series monographs.
These were composed at the greatest heights of the Apollo program to ensure
that the wealth of hands on experience with design and fabrication of
rocket engines wouldn't be lost to future generations. Many of the
engineers who wrote these documents were literally there at the beginning
of serious rocket science, and they are essentially still standard industry
references.
Certain US Congresspeople have fought to have this material removed from
the public domain (and it was, briefly, about 4 years ago). It's amazing
that this information is still free for anyone to read. Also they are
awesome and hugely interesting reads. Especially Huzel and Huang's 'Modern
Design of Liquid Rocket Engines'. Do with them as you will.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5irBl_D7OtgMHlDUzJMNnBrSWM

Ad astra,
Erin Schmidt
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