An analysis of the Martian environmental parameters to be measured and the preferred techniques for measuring them, in support of the planning and design of a manned landing vehicle for Mars. The Memorandum contains a broad, early examination of the gross makeup and flight profiles of vehicles that could make the required measurements of the Martian atmosphere for a range of missions. (See also RM-4434, RM-4451.) 49 pp.
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