Spacecraft Systems

I've written out all my lessons for my Aerospace Systems class so that I can prepare how I want to present the material and get an idea how long each lecture should take.  All of them have been posted here, so now I present them each in order.  Most lectures have a recommended reading that can be found online.
Obviously each of these is a broad topic.  People dedicate their whole lives to studying each of these topics in great detail.  This course isn't intended to act even as an introduction to any of these systems, but to give the student an understanding what the systems aboard a spacecraft are and how they interconnect.  

Lesson TitleExternal Reference
1. Systems Engineering NASA Systems Engineering Handbook, Ch. 2.
2. Ground Operations NASA Systems Engineering Handbook, Ch. 3.
3. Attitude Determination and Control Basics of Space Flight, JPL Caltech.
Ch. 13 "Spacecraft Navigation" and Ch. 11 - section entitled "Attitude and Articulation Control Subsystems."
4. Rockets and Thrust Systems "Overview of Liquid Propellant Rocket Engine Systems and the J-2X" Richard O. Ballard, NASA Marshall
5. Launch Systems Falcon 9 User's Guide, Ch. 2 and 3. and Basics of Space Flight, JPL Caltech.  Ch. 14 "Launch"
6. Communications, Command and Telemetry Wireless Technologies and the National Information Infrastructure, Office of Technological Assesment.
Appendix 1: "Radio Communication Basics."
7. Command and Data HandlingSpace Shuttle Avionics System, John Hanaway, Intermetrics Inc, and Robert Moorehead, NASA.
Section 4 - subsection entitled "Data Handling"
8. Electrical Power"Power Budgets for Mission Success," Craig Clark and Ritchie Logan.  Clyde Space Ltd. 
9. Environmental Control-
10. Structures-
11. PyrotechnicsApollo and Saturn V Launch Vehicle Pyrotechnics
12. Fluid SystemsFluid Power eBook, Bud Trinkel. Hydraulics & Pneumatics. 
Ch. 1: Fluid Power Basics.

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