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Goldberg, Leo (4)
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Johnson, Lyndon B. -- (Lyndon Baines), -- 1908-1973 (3)
Newell, Homer Edward, -- 1915- (3)
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Spitzer, Lyman, -- 1914-1997 (3)
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Friedman, Herbert, -- 1916-2000 (2)
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Greenstein, Jesse L. -- (Jesse Leonard), -- 1909-2002- (2)
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Kuiper, Gerard P. -- (Gerard Peter), -- 1905-1973 (2)
Lockheed Aircraft Corporation (2)
Meinel, Aden B (2)
Morgan, W. W. -- (William Wilson), -- 1906- (2)
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) -- Space Science Board (2)
Naugle, John E (2)
Outer space -- Exploration (2)
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Princeton University (2)
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Roman, Nancy Grace, -- 1925- (2)
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1Title:  Microwave - electronics activities in the Los Angeles area   
 Creator:  Peter, R. W. 
 Publication:  RCA Laboratories, Princeton, N.J, 1956. 
 Extent:  11 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
 Subjects:  Hughes Aircraft Company. -- Research Laboratories | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | California Institute of Technology. Electrical Engineering Department | Microwaves -- Research | Electronics -- Research | Research, Industrial -- Laboratories -- California

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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2Title:  A history of the NACA Langley Laboratory, 1917-1947   
 Creator:  Keller, Michael David. | Weick, Fred E. | Keller, Michael David 
 Publication:  University of Arizona, Tucson, 1968 March. 
 Notes:  Title from cover. "Comment draft" typed and "Not for release or citation " stamped on cover. Photocopy of a typescript document, an early draft of the dissertation: A history of the Langley Research Center, 1917-1947. "Prepared in accordance with NASA Contract NsR-03-002-123." "Return to EH." Leaves printed on rectos only, versos left blank. 
 Extent:  235 pages ; 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | United States. -- National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics | Langley Aeronautical Laboratory -- History | Aeronautical laboratories -- United States

 
Collection:  Smithsonian Institution 
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3Title:  Oral History interview with Ernst H. Krause, 1983 July 1   
 Creator:  Krause, Ernst Henry, 1913- | Dennis, Michael. | DeVorkin, David H., 1944- 
 Notes:  Advance notice of two business days required to use audio or video tapes. Interview conducted by Dr. David DeVorkin and Michael Dennis on 1 July 1983. Interview conducted as part of the Sources for History of Modern Astrophysics (SHMA) project. This interview concerns Krause's tenure at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), discussing and identifying a series of news clippings, correspondence, reports, and photographs which document Krause's activities. The discussion focuses primarily on V-2 rocket and cosmic ray experimentation. Also discussed briefly are post-war rocket activities at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, CalTech, and NRL. Other contacts and affiliations identified include: William Pickering, Fritz Zwicky, Marcel Schein, Michael Dennis, and the book titled "Preliminary Design of an Experimental World-Circling Spaceship. 
 Extent:  39 
 Subjects:  Krause, Ernst Henry, -- 1913- | Pickering, W. H. -- (William Hayward), -- 1910-2004 | Zwicky, F. -- (Fritz), -- 1898-1974 | California Institute of Technology | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.) | Preliminary Design of an Experimental World-Circling Spaceship | Cosmic rays -- Experiments | V-2 rocket. -- Experiments | Interviews | Oral histories | Transcripts | Schein, Marcel, 1902-1960

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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4Title:  The Planetary Society records, 1910-2016 (bulk 1980-2016)   
 Creator:  Planetary Society | Carroll, Michael W., 1955- | Friedman, Louis. | Miller, Ron, 1947- | Murray, Bruce C. | Nye, Bill. | Sagan, Carl, 1934-1996 | Tyson, Neil deGrasse. 
 Notes:  This collection consists of material created by and related to The Planetary Society since its beginning in 1980 and up to 2016. It contains Board of Directors correspondence, memorandums, and meeting minutes; material related to public relations, events, fundraising and membership; copies of The Planetary Report (not a complete set); NASA photo files; material related to the Solar Sail and the Mars Rover program; NASA and space exploration in general; Apollo reports; the Hubble Telescope; and US and Russian cooperation in space (including Planetary Society staff's trips to Russia). The collection also contains photographs and negatives; video cassette tapes and film; clippings; T-shirts, posters, badges, stickers, memorabilia; artwork; and miscellaneous material. There is material both about and by: Carl Sagan (including his 265-page curriculum vitae), Bruce Murray, Louis Friedman, Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Buzz Aldrin. There is artwork by space artists Ron Miller, Michael W. Carroll and Mark Paternostro among others. The material is chiefly in English, but there is some Russian and Japanese. Although there are series entitled "Clippings," "Photographs," "Mars," "Carl Sagan," etc., those formats and the topics can be found in other series in the collection. 
 Extent:  175 and two oversize folders. 
 Subjects:  Aldrin, Buzz | Hubble Space Telescope (Spacecraft) | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Mars Pathfinder Project (U.S.) | Planetary Society -- Archives | Project Apollo (U.S.) | Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (Study group : U.S.) | Sojourner (Spacecraft) | Space Shuttle Program (U.S.) | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Planetary science | Planetary science -- Societies, etc | Roving vehicles (Astronautics) | Science -- Societies, etc | Solar sails | Space vehicles | Viking spacecraft | Mars (Planet) -- Exploration | Outer space -- Exploration -- Soviet Union | Outer space -- Exploration -- United States | Pasadena (Calif.) | Audiovisual materials | Business records | Clippings | Letters (correspondence) United States | Magazines (periodicals) | Memorabilia | Memorandums | Minutes (administrative records) | Negatives (photographs) | Newsletters | Photographs | Press kits | Slides (photographs) | Works of art

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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5Title:  Oral history interview with Hyron Spinrad, 1977 July 19   
 Creator:  Spinrad, Hyron, 1934- | DeVorkin, David H., 1944- 
 Notes:  Advance notice of two business days required to use audio or video tapes. Interview conducted by David DeVorkin on 19 July 1977. Interview conducted as part of the Sources for History of Modern Astrophysics (SHMA) project. Early life in New York and California, and decision to do undergraduate work in astronomy at University of California at Berkeley. Decision during army service, 1955-1957, on a career in astronomy; return to Berkeley, 1957, for graduate work. Professional career: work at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), 1961-1964; return to Berkeley as professor in 1964, and research in galaxy-related problems. General problems in cosmology. Also prominently mentioned are: Wilhelm Heinrich Walter Baade, Jerry Brown, Armin Deutsch, Jesse Leonard Greenstein, Louis Henyey, Alfred H. Joy, Lou Kaplan, Richard Kron, Gerard Peter Kuiper, Nicholas Ulrich Mayall, Rudolph Leo Bernhard Minkowski, William Wilson Morgan, Guido Mèunch, George Preston, Ronald Reagan, Allan Sandage, Emanuel B. Spinrad, Bengt Georg Daniel Strèomgren, Otto Struve, George Wallerston, Joe Wampler, Harold Weaver, Albert Edward Whitford; California Institute of Technology, Hayden Planetarium, International Astronomical Union, Lick Observatory, San Diego State University, Sky and Telescope, United States Army Map Service, and Yale Conference on Cosmology (1977). 
 Extent:  95 
 Subjects:  Greenstein, Jesse L. -- (Jesse Leonard), -- 1909-2002- | Kuiper, Gerard P. -- (Gerard Peter), -- 1905-1973 | Mayall, N. U. -- (Nicholas Ulrich), -- 1906- | Reagan, Ronald | Sandage, Allan | Spinrad, Hyron, -- 1934- | Strèomgren, Bengt, -- 1908- | Struve, Otto, -- 1897-1963 | California Institute of Technology | Hayden Planetarium | International Astronomical Union | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Lick Observatory | San Diego State University | University of California, Berkeley | United States. -- Army Map Service | Yale Conference on Cosmology (1977 : New Haven, Conn.) | Sky and telescope | Cosmology | Galaxies | Astrophysics | Oral histories | Interviews | Sound recordings | Transcripts | Baade, Walter, -- 1893-1960 | Brown, Jerry. 1938- | Deutsch, Armin | Henyey, Louis George | Joy, Alfred H., (Alfred Harrison), 1882-1973 | Kaplan, Lou | Kron, Richard G | Minkowski, Rudolph Leo Bernhard, 1895-1976 | Morgan, W. W. -- (William Wilson), -- 1906- | Mèunch, Guido, -- 1921- | Preston, George | Spinrad, Emanuel B | Wallerstein, George | Wampler, Joe | Weaver, Harold F | Whitford, Albert E, (Albert Edward), 1905-2002- | Astronomy -- Study and teaching

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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6Title:  Oral history interviews. Space Science: Voyager, 1992-1994   
 Creator:  American Institute of Physics Center for History of Physics. Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations. Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics. | Allison, Michael. | Belton, M. J. S. | Donahue, Thomas M. | Gautier, D. (Daniel) | Hanel, R. A. | Kohlhase, Charles | Lane, Arthur L. | Owen, Tobias C. | Shemansky, D. E. | Stone, Edward, 1936- | Center for History of Physics (American Institute of Physics) 
 Notes:  Forms part of the AIP Center for History of Physics Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations, Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics Oral History Interviews. Interviews were conducted with members of the project's collaboration using a structured question set covering all stages of in the collaborative research process: the formation of the collaboration and its personnel; the organizational structure; the formation of the experiment teams; the drafting of the proposal; funding for U.S. groups by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; use of subcontractors; development of software for data collection and analysis; the collaboration's decision-making style; role of the Project Manager, Project Scientist, Program Manager, Program Scientist, and graduates students; impact of internationalism; patterns of communications; records creation, use, distribution, and retention; also, comments on the interviewee's home institution and trends in graduate education in space science. Interviews (listed by institutional member of the collaboration and by name of individual) were conducted with: Goddard Space Flight Center: Barney Conrath, F. Michael Flasar, Rudolph Hanel; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology: John Casani, Ernest Franzgrote, Charles Kohlhase, Arthur Lane, Harris Schurmeier, Edward Stone, George Textor; NASA Headquarters: Warren Keller, Ichtique Rasool; Observatoire de Paris: Daniel Gautier; Rice University: Michael Allison; University of Arizona: A. Lyle Broadfoot, Donald Shemansky; University of Colorado: Charles Hord, Charles Lillie; University of Michigan: Thomas Donahue. Other institutions involved in the experiments upon which the AIP study focused include: California Institute of Technology, Cornell University, U. S. Geological Survey, Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Kitt Peak National Observatory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, NASA-Ames Research Center, Rand Corporation, Service d'Aeronomie du CNRS, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, State University of New York at Stony Brook, University of Trieste, University of Wisconsin, and York University (Ontario). 
 Extent:  22 items. 
 Subjects:  Ames Research Center | California Institute of Technology | Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France) | Cornell University | Geological Survey (U.S.) | Goddard Institute for Space Studies | Goddard Space Flight Center | Harvard University | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Johns Hopkins University | Kitt Peak National Observatory | Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Observatoire de Paris | Rand Corporation | Rice University | Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory | State University of New York at Stony Brook | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Universitáa degli studi di Trieste | University of Arizona | University of Colorado, Boulder | University of Michigan | University of Wisconsin | Voyager Project | Space sciences | Space sciences -- International cooperation | Space vehicles | Group work in research | American Institute of Physics. Center for History of Physics. Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations. Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics | York University (Ontario, Canada)

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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7Title:  Oral history interview with Robert Benjamin Leighton, 1977 July 29 and August 5   
 Creator:  Leighton, Robert B. | DeVorkin, David H., 1944- 
 Notes:  Advance notice of two business days required to use audio or video tapes. Interview conducted as part of the Sources for History of Modern Astrophysics (SHMA) project. Interview conducted by David DeVorkin on 29 July and 5 August, 1977. Early schooling in Los Angeles; family background; interests in mechanical design and new techniques; Los Angeles Astronomical Society; schooling at Los Angeles City College and Caltech; early career choices; changes of interest; medical Van de Graaff project; experiences at Caltech during World War II; interests and work in rocketry; engineering courses at Caltech; Carl Anderson and development of interest in particle physics and cosmic rays; development of interests in planetary (Mars) and solar astronomy; access to Mt. Wilson Observatory. Students, colleagues and funding at Caltech; work on solar cycle; research philosophy and choice of projects; Mariner and other space projects; ground-based astronomy; support patterns in astronomy National Aeronautical and Space Organization (NASA) policies; Kitt Peak Observatory; relationship of Hale Observatories and Caltech. Also prominently mentioned are: J. A. Anderson, Horace W. Babcock, Robert Fox Bacher, Leo Goldberg, William Vermillion Houston, Francis Maxstadt, G. Neugebauer, Olin Chaddock Wilson, Fritz Zwicky; Carnegie Institution of Washington, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Mariner (Spacecraft), National Science Foundation (U.S.), United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and United States Office of Naval Research. 
 Extent:  94 
 Subjects:  Anderson, Carl D. -- (Carl David), -- 1905-1991- | Goldberg, Leo | Leighton, Robert B | Zwicky, F. -- (Fritz), -- 1898-1974 | California Institute of Technology | Carnegie Institution of Washington | Hale Observatories | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Kitt Peak National Observatory | Mariner (Spacecraft) | Palomar Observatory | National Science Foundation (U.S.) | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | United States. -- Office of Naval Research | Astronomical observatories | Astronomy | Astronomy -- Societies, etc | Astrophysics -- History | Cosmic rays | Particles (Nuclear physics) | Medical physics | Nuclear physics | Particles (Nuclear physics) | Project Mariner (U.S.) | Research -- Finance | Rocketry | Solar cycle | World War, 1939-1945 | Oral histories | Interviews | Transcripts | Sound recordings | Mars (Planet) | Sun | Anderson, John A. -- (John Augustus), -- 1876-1959 | Babcock, Horace W | Bacher, Robert F. -- (Robert Fox), -- 1905-2004- | Houston, W. V. -- (William Vermillion), -- 1900- | Maxstadt, Francis | Neugebauer, G. -- (Gerry) | Wilson, Olin Chaddock | Los Angeles Astronomical Society | Los Angeles City College

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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8Title:  Wayne Treber Sproull Response to early 1930s Ph.D.s Survey, 1980   
 Creator:  Sproull, Wayne Treber, 1906- 
 Notes:  Forms part of the Manuscript Biography Collection of the American Institute of Physics' Niels Bohr Library. An autobiographical essay entitled: My 50 Years as a Physicist, which documents his undergraduate education at the University of Akron under Fred Householder; his graduate education at Lehigh University (M.S.) and the University of Wisconsin (Ph.D.) under Thomas C. Mendenhall and John Van Vleck, with classmates Emanuel R. Piore, Chauncey G. Suits, and Leland J. Haworth; his dissertation on low voltage electron diffraction; his employment as an x-ray specialist responsible for industrial radiography and x-ray and electron diffraction at General Motors Research Laboratories under Charles F. Kettering, and his work during the Second World War there; his work in ultrasonic inspection devices and development of a DC fluorescent aircraft-interior lighting system for Lockheed Aircraft Corporation; his brief employment with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL); his 18-year employment with Western Precipitation Corporation as director of research, developing precipitators, filters, cyclonic collectors, and scrubbers; his work at National Engineering Science Company and JPL on nuclear missiles and the Mariner spacecraft; and his current work as a consultant. Respondents were asked to discuss their choice of physics as a profession and the course of their careers, their satisfactions and disappointments, the changes they saw in working and teaching conditions in the field, and relations within the community and with the society at large. 
 Extent:  5 
 Subjects:  Mendenhall, Thomas C. -- (Thomas Corwin), -- 1841-1924 | Van Vleck, J. H. -- (John Hasbrouck), -- 1899- | General Motors Corporation. -- Research Laboratories | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Lehigh University | University of Wisconsin | Lockheed Aircraft Corporation | University of Wisconsin | Doctor of philosophy degree -- Research | Electrons -- Diffraction | Filters and filtration | Fluorescent lighting | Low energy electron diffraction | Nuclear physics -- Research | Physicists -- Biography | Physicists -- Longitudinal studies | Physics -- Study and teaching | Radiography, Industrial | Ultrasonics | World War, 1939-1945 -- Science | X-rays -- Diffraction | Mariner (Spacecraft) | Haworth, Leland J. -- (Leland John), -- 1904- | Householder, Fred | Kettering, Charles F | Piore, Emanuel Ruben, -- 1908-2000- | Sproull, Wayne Treber, 1906- | Sproull, Wayne Treber, 1906- My fifty years as a physicist | Suits, Chauncey G | National Engineering Science Company | University of Akron | Western Precipitation Corporation

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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9Title:  Oral history interview with Brian Marsden, 2005 October 12 and 17   
 Creator:  Marsden, Brian G. | DeVorkin, David H., 1944- 
 Notes:  Advance notice of two business days required to use audiovisual materials. Interview conducted by David DeVorkin on 12 and 17 October 2005. Biographical profile of astronomer Brian Marsden, emphasizing his career at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. Topics discussed include his childhood and education; contact with David Dewhirst; attending New College, Oxford; Fred Whipple; Gerald Merton; joining the British Astronomical Association; Arthur Beer; comets; Sputnik; orbit calculations; Dorothy Sayers; Olin Eggen; Cambridge University; decision to go to Yale University to study with Dirk Brouwer; Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO); Edgar Everhart and G. van Biesbroeck; Paul Herget; the Minor Planet Center; celestial mechanics; Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL); Gerard Kuiper; International Astronomical Union (IAU); Harvard University; Clyde Tombaugh; Dick McCrosky; Alex Dalgarno; George Field; Charles Kowal; Eugene Shoemaker; charge-coupled device (CCD); Near-Earth Object program (NEO); National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 
 Extent:  143 
 Subjects:  Beer, Arthur, 1900- | Brouwer, Dirk, -- 1902- | Dalgarno, A | Dewhirst, D | Eggen, Olin J | Everhart, E | Field, George B., -- 1929- | Herget, Paul, -- 1908- | Kowal, Charles T | Kuiper, Gerard P. -- (Gerard Peter), -- 1905-1973 | Marsden, Brian G | McCrosky, Richard E. -- (Richard Eugene) | Merton, Gerald | Shoemaker, E. M. -- (Eugene Merle), -- 1928-1997 | Tombaugh, Clyde William, 1906- | Van Biesbroeck, George, -- 1880-1974 | Whipple, Fred L. -- (Fred Lawrence), -- 1906-2004 | British Astronomical Association | Harvard University | International Astronomical Union | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Minor Planet Center (Cambridge, Mass.) | Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | University of Cambridge | University of Oxford | Yale University | Celestial mechanics | Charge coupled devices | Comets | Orbits | Sputnik satellites | Interviews | Oral histories | Transcripts

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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10Title:  Albert R. Hibbs papers, 1884-2009   
 Creator:  Hibbs, Albert R. 
 Notes:  The Albert R. Hibbs Papers, 1884-2009 (80 boxes) document the personal life and career of Hibbs as a manager and scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the relationships between JPL, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and the development of the solar system exploration programs. Hibbs' consulting work for television and radio programs, Biosphere 2, and Morgantown Area Rapid Transit System (MARTS) are also documented. Although the collection arrived at The Huntington in disarray, original order of the materials was maintained when possible and the arrangement reflects Hibbs' general organization by correspondent, subject, or format of materials. The collection is divided into ten series: Audio Visual Materials, Consulting Files, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Notebooks, Personal Files, Photographs and Negatives, Presentations and Speeches, Publications and Writings, Teaching Files, and Oversize. The bulk of collection materials date from 1931 to 1999 and consists of audio and video tapes, clippings, correspondence, memoranda, notes, photographs, publications, speeches, and writings. As the collection is arranged by both subject and format of the materials, researchers should be aware that materials are often dispersed through the series. For example, materials related to specific subjects are frequently represented in the JPL and Notebooks Series; similarly, Hibbs' friendship and collaboration with Roy L. Walford is documented in the Correspondence and Aging Research and Writings subseries of the Personal Series, in the Space Bioshpheres Ventures subseries of the Consulting series, as well as in the Audio Visual Materials Series. Correspondence is also dispersed throughout the series. 
 Extent:  80 
 Subjects:  Hibbs, Albert R. -- Archives | Feynman, Richard P. -- (Richard Phillips), -- 1918-1988 | Walford, Roy L | California Institute of Technology | California Institute of Technology. -- Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy | Earthwatch (Organization) | GeoSphere Project | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | United States. -- Arms Control and Disarmament Agency | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Asteroids | Astronautical laboratories | Biosphere 2 (Project) | Comets | Explorer 1 (Artificial satellite) | Explorer 1 (Artificial satellite) -- Orbit | Kinetic art | Satellite image maps | Satellites | Solar system | Space flight | Space flight to asteroids | Space flight to Jupiter | Space flight to Mars | Space flight to Mercury | Space flight to the moon | Space flight to the moon on television | Space flight to Saturn | Space flight to Venus | Space industrialization | Outer space -- Civilian use | Outer space -- Exploration | Science -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- United States | Science -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States | Science television programs | Surveyor Program (U.S.) | Viking Mars Program (U.S.) | Voyager Project | Chillicothe (Ross County, Ohio) | Pasadena (Calif.) | Audiocassettes | Audiotapes | Astrophotographs | Awards | Cellulose nitrate film | Clippings | Documents | DVDs | Ephemera | Letters (correspondence) | Lithographs | Negatives (photographic) | Photocopies | Photographic prints | Scrapbooks | Space photographs | VHS

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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11Title:  Oral history interview with Charles Robert O'Dell, 1985 May 21 to 23   
 Creator:  O'Dell, C. Robert, (Charles Robert), 1937- | Smith, Robert W. (Robert William), 1952- 
 Notes:  Interview conducted by Robert Smith, 21 to 23 May 1985. Discussion of O'Dell's role as Project Scientist on the Space Telescope Project, including various episodes in the history of the Project: difficulty in securing funding from Congress; how astronomers lobbied for the Telescope; the development of the project between 1977 and 1983, particularly during the crisis of 1980. Also prominently mentioned are: John Bahcall, Eddie Boland, Bob Brown, Margaret Burbidge, John Caldwell, Arthur D. Code, Bob Danielson, George Brooks Field, James Fletcher, Martin Frank, Riccardo Giacconi, Leo Goldberg, Jesse Leonard Greenstein, Richard Harm, Noel Hinners, Warren Keller, George Levin, Rene Auguste Lucas, Aden Meinel, Les Meredith, John Earl Naugle, Theodore Bland Norris, Jean Oliver, Nancy Grace Roman, Alois Schardt, Fred Speer, Lyman Spitzer, Mona Tycz, Westphal; Astronomy Missions Board, Galileo (Spacecraft), Goddard Space Flight Center, International Ultraviolet Explorer Observatory, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Kitt Peak National Observatory, Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Marshall Space Flight Center, National Science Foundation (U.S.), Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, Perkin-Elmer Corporation, Princeton University, Rice Institute, Science Institute, Sky and Telescope, Space Shuttle, United States Congress, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States Office of Management and Budget, University of Chicago, University of Wisconsin, Wide Field Planetary Camera, and Yerkes Observatory. 
 Extent:  (3 
 Subjects:  Bahcall, John N | Burbidge, E. Margaret | Code, Arthur D | Field, George B., -- 1929- | Giacconi, Riccardo | Goldberg, Leo | Greenstein, Jesse L. -- (Jesse Leonard), -- 1909-2002- | Naugle, John E | O'Dell, C. Robert -- (Charles Robert), -- 1937- | Roman, Nancy Grace, -- 1925- | Spitzer, Lyman, -- 1914-1997 | Westphal, Wilhelm H. -- (Wilhelm Heinrich), -- 1882- | ESA IUE Observatory | Goddard Space Flight Center | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Kitt Peak National Observatory | Lockheed Aircraft Corporation | Marshall Space Flight Center | National Science Foundation (U.S.) | Perkin-Elmer Corporation | Princeton University | Space Shuttle Program (U.S.) | United States. -- Congress | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | United States. -- Office of Management and Budget | University of Chicago | University of Wisconsin | Yerkes Observatory | Sky and telescope | Astronomy | Science -- Political aspects | Space astronomy | Telescopes | Oral histories | Interviews | Sound recordings | Transcripts | Galileo (Spacecraft) | Wide Field Planetary Camera | Boland, Eddie | Caldwell, John | Danielson, Bob | Fletcher, James | Frank, Martin | Harm, Richard | Hinners, Noel | Keller, Warren | Levin, George | Lucas, Renâe Auguste | Meinel, Aden B | Meredith, Leslie | Norris, Theodore Bland | Oliver, Jean | Schardt, Alois | Speer, Fred | Tycz, Mona | Astronomy Missions Board | Orbiting Astronomical Observatory | William M. Rice Institute | Science Institute

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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12Title:  Oral history interviews. Space Science: International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE), 1992-1994   
 Creator:  American Institute of Physics Center for History of Physics. Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations. Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics. | Barker, Peter F. | Benvenuti, P. | Boksenberg, Alec. | Boggess, Albert. | Dupree, Andrea K. | Heap, S. R. (Sara R.) | Linsky, J. L. (Jeffrey L.), 1941- | Macchetto, F. | Roman, Nancy Grace, 1925- | Wilson, Robert, 1927- | Center for History of Physics (American Institute of Physics) 
 Notes:  Forms part of the AIP Center for History of Physics Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations, Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics Oral History Interviews. Interviews were conducted with members of the project's collaboration using a structured question set covering all stages of in the collaborative research process: the formation of the collaboration and its personnel; the organizational structure; the formation of the experiment teams; the drafting of the proposal; funding for U.S. groups by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; use of subcontractors; development of software for data collection and analysis; the collaboration's decision-making style; role of the Project Manager, Project Scientist, Program Manager, Program Scientist, and graduates students; impact of internationalism; patterns of communications; records creation, use, distribution, and retention; also, comments on the interviewee's home institution and trends in graduate education in space science. Interviews (listed by institutional member of the collaboration and by name of individual) on the design and construction of the satellite were conducted with: ESA: Peter Benvenutti, Duccio Macchetto; ESTEC: Jean Clavelle; Goddard Space Flight Center: Albert Boggess, Dennis Evans, Sarah Heap, Gerald Longanecker, Leslie Meredith; Greenwich Observatory: Alex Boksenberg; Imperial College, London: W.S. Garton; NASA Headquarters: Nancy Roman; Rutherford Appleton Laboratory: Peter Barker, Michael Sandford; Science and Engineering Research Council: Walter Stibbs; University College, London, United Kingdom: Robert Wilson. Interviews on Science Working Group activities were conducted with: Harvard University: Andrea Dupree; University of Colorado: Jeffrey Linsky. Other institutions involved in the collaboration: Astronmisches Institut (Tubingen, Germany), California Institute of Technology, Dominion Astrophysical Observatory (Canada), European Southern Observatory (Switzerland), Harvard, Institut d'Astrophysique (France), Institute of Astronomy (Cambridge, UK), Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Laboratorio di Astrofisica (Frascati, Italy), Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, Observatorio Astrofisico (Cantania, Italy), Observatorio Astrofisico (Arcetri, Italy), Observatorio Astronomico (Padua, Italy), Ohio State, Oxford Univ. (UK), Princeton University, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stockholm Observatory (Sweden), St. Andrews University (UK), University of Arizona, University of Florida, Universita di Milano (Italy), University of Toronto (Canada), University of Wisconsin, Western Kentucky University, 
 Extent:  17 items. 
 Subjects:  California Institute of Technology | Dominion Astrophysical Observatory | European Space Agency | European Space Research and Technology Centre | European Southern Observatory | Goddard Space Flight Center | Royal Greenwich Observatory | Harvard University | Imperial College of Science and Technology | IUE (Artificial satellite) | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Johns Hopkins University | Ohio State University | University of Oxford | Princeton University | Rutherford Appleton Laboratory | Science and Engineering Research Council (Great Britain) | State University of New York at Stony Brook | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Universitáa di Milano | University College, London | University of Arizona | University of Colorado, Boulder | University of Florida | University of St. Andrews | University of Toronto | University of Wisconsin | Western Kentucky University | Space sciences | Space sciences -- International cooperation | Satellites | Ultraviolet astronomy | Group work in research | American Institute of Physics. Center for History of Physics. Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations. Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics | Astronmisches Institut (Tubingen, Germany) | Institut d'Astrophysique (Paris, France) | Institute of Astronomy (Cambridge, England) | Laboratorio di Astrofisica (Frascati, Italy) | Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory | Observatorio Astrofisico (Cantania, Italy) | Observatorio Astrofisico (Arcetri, Italy) | Observatorio Astronomico (Padua, Italy) | Stockholm Observatory

 
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13Title:  Oral history interview with John E. Naugle, 1980 August 20   
 Creator:  Naugle, John E. | DeVorkin, David H., 1944- 
 Notes:  Interview conducted by David DeVorkin, 20 August 1980. Interview conducted as part of the NASA Oral History project. Rural life in Wyoming and Montana, college years at the University of Minnesota, entrance into particle physics and eventual entrance into balloon studies of cosmic rays and high energy physics. Research at Convair; work at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as scientist and as administrator developing major astronomical missions including Ranger, Viking, Voyager and High Energy Astronomy Observatory (HEAO). Also prominently mentioned are: Clinton Anderson, Jack Clark, Paul Coleman, Freeman Dyson, Phyllis Freier, Harry Goatt, Harry Hess, Ed Hill, Lyndon B. Johnson, Urner Liddel, Frank McDonald, Norman Ness, Homer Edward Newell, Edward Ney, Alfred O. Nier, G. K. O'Neill, Frank Oppenheimer, Robert J. Seamans, Lyman Spitzer, James Van Allen, John Von Neumann, James Webb, Joseph Weinberg, J. B. Weisner; Discoverer (Satellite), General Dynamics Co., Goddard Space Flight Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Langley Research Center, Lunar Orbiter, Mariner (Spacecraft), Martin Marietta Co., National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Space Science Board, Nuclear Emulsion Recovery Vehicle, Pioneer (Rocket), Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Thompson-Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation, United States Air Force, United States Congress, United States Office of Management and Budget, University of California at Los Angeles, Viking (Rocket), and Voyager (Spacecraft). 
 Extent:  80 
 Subjects:  Dyson, Freeman J | Johnson, Lyndon B. -- (Lyndon Baines), -- 1908-1973 | Naugle, John E | Newell, Homer Edward, -- 1915- | Ney, Edward Purdy, -- 1920- | Nier, Alfred O. -- (Alfred Otto), -- 1911- | Oppenheimer, Frank, -- 1912-1985 | Spitzer, Lyman, -- 1914-1997 | Van Allen, James A. -- (James Alfred), -- 1914-2006 | Von Neumann, John, -- 1903-1957 | General Dynamics Corporation | Goddard Space Flight Center | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Langley Research Center | Martin Marietta Corporation | National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) -- Space Science Board | Thompson-Ramo Wooldridge, Inc | United States. -- Air Force | United States. -- Congress | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | United States. -- Office of Management and Budget | University of California, Los Angeles | University of Michigan | Unidentified flying objects | Oral histories | Interviews | Transcripts | Discoverer (Satellite) | Lunar orbiter (Spacecraft) | Mariner (Spacecraft) | Nuclear Emulsion Recovery Vehicle | Pioneer (Rocket) | Viking rockets | Voyager (Spacecraft) | Anderson, Clinton Presba, -- 1895- | Clark, Jack | Coleman, Paul | Freier, Phyllis | Goatt, Harry | Hess, Harry Hammond, -- 1906-1969 | Hill, Edward Lee, 1904-1974 | Liddel, Urner, -- 1905- | McDonald, Frank | Ness, Norman F | O'Neill, G. K | Seamans, Robert J | Webb, James E. -- (James Edwin), -- 1906-1992 | Weinberg, Joseph | Weisner, J. B | High Energy Astronomy Observatory | Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (Study group : U.S.)

 
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14Title:  Oral History interview with Robert Alan Frosch, 1981 July 10, 23, August 19, September 15 and October 6   
 Creator:  Frosch, Robert A. (Robert Alan), 1928- | DeVorkin, David H., 1944- 
 Notes:  Interview conducted by Dr. David DeVorkin on July 10, July 23, August 19, September 15, and October 6, 1981. This interview reviews Frosch's early schooling in the New York City Public School system, his education at Columbia University and, in detail, his varied career as a physicist and a science administrator, beginning with his work as a research scientist at Hudson Laboratory and then as Assistant Director and Director of the Theoretical Division. Other topics and affiliations discussed include: Advance Research Project Agency (ARPA); United States Navy; United Nations Environmental Programme; Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute; National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) (administration, research and development techniques, business practices, reorganization, communication); Naval Research Laboratory (NRL); Navy Radiological Laboratory; National Academy of Sciences (NAS); Wallops Center; Dryden Flight Research Facility; Goddard Institute of Space Studies; Office of Naval Research (ONR); JASON Foundation for Education; Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL); Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA); Office of Management and Budget (OMB); SOLRAD (SOLar RADiation Satellite Program); Enterprise; Mansfield Amendment; CLOT test (combined loads orbiter test); Gamma-Ray Observatory (GRO); VELA Program; Atomic bomb; relationships between US Navy and NASA; militarization of space exploration; space exploration policy; sonar navigation; musical theory and acoustics; project management theory; satellite communication systems; underwater acoustics and modelling; remote sensing; seismology; shuttle flight testing and preparation; I.I. Rabi; Henry Foley; Charles H. Townes; Ivan Tolstoy; Frank Press; Jimmy Carter, among others. 
 Extent:  265 
 Subjects:  Carter, Jimmy, -- 1924- | Foley, Henry Michael, 1917-1982 | Frosch, Robert A. -- (Robert Alan), -- 1928- | Press, Frank, -- 1924- | Rabi, I. I. -- (Isidor Isaac), -- 1898-1988 | Tolstoy, Ivan, 1923- | Townes, Charles H | Columbia University -- Dept. of Physics. -- Study and teaching | Columbia University. -- Hudson Laboratory | Dryden Flight Research Facility | Enterprise (Space shuttle) | Gamma-Ray Observatory | Goddard Institute for Space Studies | Institute for Defense Analyses. -- JASON Division | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) | Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.) | Navy Radiological Laboratory | New York City Public Schools. -- History | Project Apollo (U.S.) | Solar Radiation Satellite Program | United Nations Environment Programme | United States. -- Advanced Research Projects Agency | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration. -- Management | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration. -- Technological Innovations | United States. -- Navy | United States. -- Office of Management and Budget | United States. -- Office of Naval Research | VELA Program (U.S.) | Wallops Flight Center | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution | Artificial satellites -- Communication systems | Astronautics -- Research | Atomic bomb -- Social aspects | Mansfield Amendment | Music -- Acoustics and physics | Physics -- Administration | Remote sensing | Seismology | Sonar | Space sciences -- Administration -- United States | Outer space -- Exploration | Interviews | Oral histories | Transcripts

 
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15Title:  Oral history interview with Nancy Grace Roman, 1980 August 19   
 Creator:  Roman, Nancy Grace, 1925- | DeVorkin, David H., 1944- 
 Notes:  Interview conducted by David H. DeVorkin, 19 August 1980. Interview conducted as part of the NASA Oral History project. Centers on National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) career but includes early life, professional training at Swarthmore College and University of Chicago; staff position at Yerkes Observatory, work and relations with William Morgan, and later the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). Identifies development of astronomical interests at NASA, early advocates of space astronomy, and the evolution of the NASA astronomy programs and relationships with other space interests at Kitt Peak, National Science Foundation (NSF),and elsewhere. The Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO) numbering and history. Discussion includes how priorities are established and the role of technological limitations. Also prominently mentioned are: William Pendry Bidelman, Adriaan Blaauw, Ira Sprague Bowen, Arthur D. Code, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Friedman, Riccardo Giacconi, Jocelyn Gill, Leo Goldberg, Lyndon B. Johnson, Frank Low, Aden Meinel, Jesse Mitchell, William Wilson Morgan, Homer Edward Newell, Georgia Frances Smith Roman, Allan Sandage, Gary Schilling, Abe Silverstein, Lyman Spitzer, Otto Struve, Harry S. Truman, Peter van de Kamp, Alan Tower Waterman, Jerrold Reinach Zacharias; Ames Laboratory, Brookings Institution, Copernicus (Satellite), Einstein (Satellite), Goddard Space Flight Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Kitt Peak National Observatory, Land Satellite, National Science Foundation (U.S.), Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.), Pennsylvania State University, Scout (Rocket), Small Astronomy Satellite Program, Swarthmore College Observatory, Uhuru (Satellite), United States Air Force, United States Congress, United States Federal Executive Institute, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration Marshall Space Flight Center, United States Office of Naval Research, and X-15 (Rocket). 
 Extent:  4 (4.0 
 Subjects:  Blaauw, Adriaan | Bowen, Ira Sprague, -- 1898-1973 | Code, Arthur D | Eisenhower, Dwight D. -- (Dwight David), -- 1890-1969 | Giacconi, Riccardo | Goldberg, Leo | Johnson, Lyndon B. -- (Lyndon Baines), -- 1908-1973 | Morgan, W. W. -- (William Wilson), -- 1906- | Newell, Homer Edward, -- 1915- | Roman, Nancy Grace, -- 1925- | Sandage, Allan | Spitzer, Lyman, -- 1914-1997 | Struve, Otto, -- 1897-1963 | Truman, Harry S., -- 1884-1972 | Van de Kamp, Peter, -- 1901- | Waterman, Alan Tower, -- 1892-1967 | Zacharias, Jerrold Reinach, -- 1905-1986 | Ames Laboratory | Brookings Institution | Goddard Space Flight Center | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Kitt Peak National Observatory | National Science Foundation (U.S.) | Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.) | Pennsylvania State University | Swarthmore College | United States. -- Air Force | United States. -- Congress | United States. -- Federal Executive Institute | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | United States. -- Office of Naval Research | University of Chicago | Yerkes Observatory | Aeronautics | Astronomy | Women in astronomy | Women in aeronautics | Women in science | Oral histories | Interviews | Sound recordings | Transcripts | Land Satellite | Copernicus (Satellite) | Einstein (Satellite) | Scout (Rocket) | Uhuru (Satellite) | X-15 (Rocket) | Bidelman, William Pendry | Friedman, Herbert, -- 1916-2000 | Gill, Jocelyn | Low, Frank James | Meinel, Aden B | Mitchell, Jesse | Roman, Georgia Frances Smith | Schilling, Gary | Silverstein, Abe, 1908- | Small Astronomy Satellite Program | Orbiting Astronomical Observatory | Sproul Observatory

 
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16Title:  Oral history interview with Homer Edward Newell, 1980 July 17 and October 20   
 Creator:  Newell, Homer Edward, 1915- | Hirsh, Richard F. 
 Notes:  Interview conducted by Richard F. Hirsh, 17 July and 20 October 1980. Interview conducted as part of the Sources for History of Modern Astrophysics (SHMA) project. Early life; education at Harvard University and at University of Wisconsin in the 1930s. Teaching cadets at University of Maryland; war work at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL); reaction to news of the atomic bomb; development of early rocket-sonde program at the NRL, 1945-1946; upper atmospheric research; establishment of V-2 Panel (later Rocket and Satellite Research Panel); impressions of early rocket researchers such as Edward O. Hulbert, Herbert Friedman; development of new rockets for scientific research; Vanguard satellite program at NRL; the International Geophysical Year program; reaction to Russian launch of Sputnik satellite in 1957; post-Sputnik debate over a new space agency; creation of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in 1958; move from NRL to NASA, 1958; development of space science programs in the new agency; astronomical experiments and the use of big satellites; thoughts on manned space program and effect on space science around 1961; debate by scientists about a manned space program; funding for NASA space science; international cooperation; administration of NASA space science in the 1960s; problems with the first Orbiting Astronomy Observatory and the Small Astronomy Satellite program; long-term NASA planning; effects of Vietnam and economy on space missions; the Space Telescope and Space Shuttle; and planetary missions, past and future. Also prominently mentioned are: Philip Abelson, Lloyd Viel Berkner, George David Birkhoff, Werner von Braun, Hugh Dryden, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Harvey Fletcher, Herbert Friedman, Harry Goett, Leo Goldberg, Ross Gunn, John Hagen, Edward Olson Hulburt, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Ernie Krause, Richard Milhouse Nixon, Otto Oldenburg, Tom Paine, Milton Rosen, Robert J. Seamans, Eugene Merle Shoemaker, Abe Silverstein, Richard Tousey, John Townsend, James Van Allen, Alan Tower Waterman, James Webb; Aerobee (Rocket), American Science and Engineering, Inc., Explorer (Satellite), Goddard Space Flight Center, International Geophysical Year, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Mariner (Spacecraft), National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Space Science Board, National Science Foundation (U.S.), Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.), Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, Orbiting Solar Observatory, Skylab, Small Astronomy Satellite Program, Space Science Summer Study, Space Shuttle, Sputnik (Spacecraft), United States Congress, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration Manned Spacecraft Center, United States Navy, University of Maryland, V-1 (Rocket), V-2 (Rocket), Vanguard Group, Viking (Rocket), Voyager (Spacecraft), and WAC Corporal (Rocket). 
 Extent:  72 
 Subjects:  Abelson, Philip Hauge | Eisenhower, Dwight D. -- (Dwight David), -- 1890-1969 | Fletcher, Harvey, -- 1884-1981 | Goldberg, Leo | Johnson, Lyndon B. -- (Lyndon Baines), -- 1908-1973 | Kennedy, John F. -- (John Fitzgerald), -- 1917-1963 | Newell, Homer Edward, -- 1915- | Nixon, Richard M. -- (Richard Milhous), -- 1913-1994 | Oldenberg, Otto, -- 1888 | Van Allen, James A. -- (James Alfred), -- 1914-2006 | Von Braun, Wernher, -- 1912-1977 | Waterman, Alan Tower, -- 1892-1967 | American Science and Engineering, Inc | Goddard Space Flight Center | Harvard University | International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.) | National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) -- Space Science Board | National Science Foundation (U.S.) | Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.) | Skylab Program | Space Shuttle Program (U.S.) | United States. -- Congress | United States. -- Navy | University of Maryland, College Park | University of Wisconsin | Aerobee rockets | Astrophysics -- History | Oral histories | Sound recordings | Interviews | Transcripts | Mariner (Spacecraft) | Sputnik satellites | V-1 (Rocket) | V-2 rocket | Viking rockets | Voyager (Spacecraft) | WAC Corporal (Rocket) | Berkner, Lloyd V. (Lloyd Viel), 1905- | Birkhoff, George David, -- 1884-1944 | Dryden, Hugh L. -- (Hugh Latimer), -- 1898-1965 | Friedman, Herbert, -- 1916-2000 | Goett, Harry.- | Gunn, Ross, -- 1897-1966 | Hagen, John P. 1908-1990 | Hulburt, Edward Olson | Krause, Ernie | Paine, Tom | Rosen, Milton | Seamans, Robert J | Shoemaker, E. M. -- (Eugene Merle), -- 1928-1997 | Silverstein, Abe, 1908- | Tousey, Richard | Townsend, John | Webb, James E. -- (James Edwin), -- 1906-1992 | Explorer 1 (Artificial satellite) | International Geophysical Year Program | Orbiting Astronomical Observatory | Orbiting solar observatories) | Small Astronomy Satellite Program | Vanguard Group | Rocket and Satellite Research Panel

 
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