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ARMSTRONG, Neil A. (1930 - 2012), Chairman, EDO Corporation, 2000–02, then Emeritus; formerly NASA Astronaut (Commander, Apollo 11 Rocket Flight to the Moon, 1969; first man to step on to the Moon, 20 July 1969)

Atmospheric Science at NASA: A History

BLUMBERG, Baruch Samuel (1925 - 2011), Distinguished Scientist, and Senior Advisor to the President, Fox Chase Cancer Center, since 1989; Distinguished Scientist, Lunar Institute, NASA, Ames Research Center, California (Director, Astrobiology Institute, 1999–2002)

Case History: Knowledge, Uncertainty, and Expertise—NASA

The Challenger Launch Decision: Risky Technology, Culture, and Deviance at NASA. By Diane Vaughan. University of Chicago Press, 1996. 575 pp. $24.95

COLLINS, Michael (born 1930), aerospace consultant; Vice President, LTV Aerospace and Defense Company (formerly Vought Corporation), 1980–85; former NASA Astronaut; Command Module Pilot, Apollo 11 rocket flight to the Moon, July 1969

Critical Issues in the History of Spaceflight. Ed. by Steven J. Dick and Roger D. Launius. (Washington: nasa, 2006. xii, 659 pp. $25.00, ISBN SP-2006-4702.)

Erik M. Conway. Atmospheric Science at NASA: A History. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2008. Pp. xvii, 386. $55.00

Extra Dose Due to Extravehicular Activity During the NASA4 Mission, Measured by an On-Board TLD System

High-Speed Dreams: nasa and the Technopolitics of Supersonic Transportation, 1945–1999

Joan Lisa Bromberg. NASA and the Space Industry. (New Series in NASA History.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1999. Pp. x, 247. $38.50

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MATHER, John Cromwell (born 1946), Senior Astrophysicist, since 1993, Goddard Fellow, since 1994, Senior Project Scientist, James Webb Space Telescope, since 2005, Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA

Mineralogical characterization of some V-type asteroids, in support of the NASA Dawn mission*

More to Learn from NASA about Learning, Unlearning, and Forgetting

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The National Aeronautic and Space Administration, the agency of the US federal government that was established under the National Aeronautics and Space Act 1958 to plan, direct, and conduct all US aeronautical and space activities, other than those that are primarily military.

Subjects: astronomy and cosmology.


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