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1Title:  Murmurs of earth: the Voyager interstellar record   
 Creator:  Sagan, Carl, 1934-1996 
 Publication:  Ballantine Books, New York, N.Y, 1979, ©1978. 
 Notes:  Reprint of the ed. published by Random House, New York. Discography: pages 204-205. Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-209) and index. 
 Extent:  273 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Voyager Project

 
Collection:  Linda Hall Library 
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2Title:  Murmurs of Earth: the Voyager interstellar record   
 Creator:  Sagan, Carl, 1934-1996 
 Publication:  Random House, New York, c1978. 
 Notes:  History of Science Coll. copy gift of Ed Kessler. Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  273 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, facsims ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project

 
Collection:  University of Oklahoma 
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3Title:  Signale der Erde: unser Planet stellt sich vor   
 Alt. Title:  Murmurs of Earth. German   
 Creator:  Sagan, Carl, 1934-1996 | Thaler, Willy. 
 Publication:  Droemer Knaur, München, c1980. 
 Notes:  Originally published in English under the title Murmurs of Earth by New York : Random House, c1978. Gift of Herbert Holl. Includes bibliographical references (p. 254-256). 
 Extent:  [2], 256, [2] p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Earth (Planet)

 
Collection:  University of Oklahoma 
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4Title:  By Jupiter: odysseys to a giant   
 Creator:  Burgess, Eric, 1920-2005 | Columbia University Press, | Mark B. Adams Emergence of Modern Science Collection (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Notes:  Includes index. "Copyright ©1982 Columbia University Press"--verso of title page 
 Extent:  155 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Voyager Project | Jupiter (Planet) | Pioneer (Space probes) | CHR 1982 | PRO Adams, Mark B., (former owner) (Adams copy) | Pioneer (Sondes spatiales) | Projet Voyager | Jupiter (Planète) | Pioneer (Space probes) | Jupiter (Planet) | Jupiter (planeet) | Ruimtevaart | Voyager | Jupiter | Jupiter (Planet) | Jupiter (Planet) | Pioneer (Space probes) | Voyager Project

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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5Title:  Far encounter: the Neptune system   
 Creator:  Burgess, Eric. 
 Publication:  Columbia University Press, New York, c1991. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. 139-140) and index. 
 Extent:  xii, [1], 151 p. : illus., diagrs., tables, charts ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Voyager II | Neptune (Planet) -- Exploration

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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6Title:  By Jupiter: odysseys to a giant   
 Creator:  Burgess, Eric. | Voyager Project | Voyager 2 (Spacecraft) 
 Publication:  Columbia University Press, New York, 1982. 
 Notes:  Includes index. 
 Extent:  155 p. : illus., diagrs., tables ; 28 1/2 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Pioneer (Space probes) | Jupiter (Planet)

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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7Title:  Uranus and Neptune: the distant giants   
 Creator:  Burgess, Eric. 
 Publication:  Columbia University Press, New York, 1988. 
 Notes:  Includes index. 
 Extent:  xii, 189 p. : front., illus., diagrs., tables, charts ; 28 1/2 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Voyager II | Uranus (Planet) | Neptune (Planet)

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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8Title:  Voyager: Seeking newer worlds in the third great age of discovery   
 Creator:  Pyne, Stephen J., 1949- 
 Publication:  Viking, New York, 2010. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. [419]-425) and index. 
 Extent:  xix, 444 p., [8] p. of plates : ill., facsims., port. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Astronautics -- United States -- History | Aeronautics -- United States -- History | Planets -- Exploration

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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9Title:  Voyager: seeking newer worlds in the third great age of discovery   
 Creator:  Pyne, Stephen J., 1949- 
 Publication:  Viking, New York, 2010. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. [389]-425) and index. A new account of the Voyager space program--its history, scientific impact, and cultural legacy. Launched in 1977, the two unmanned Voyager spacecraft have completed their Grand Tour to the four outer planets, and they are now on course to become the first man-made objects to exit our solar system. To many, this remarkable achievement is the culmination of a golden age of American planetary exploration, begun in the wake of the 1957 Sputnik launch. More than this, Voyager may be one of the purest expressions of exploration in human history. For more than five hundred years the West has been powered by the impulse to explore, to push into a wider world. In this highly original book, Stephen Pyne recasts Voyager in the tradition of Magellan, Columbus, Cook, Lewis and Clark, and other landmark explorers.--From publisher description. 
 Extent:  xix, 444 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Astronautics -- United States -- History | Aeronautics -- United States -- History | Planets -- Exploration

 
Collection:  University of Oklahoma 
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10Title:  Voyage to Jupiter   
 Creator:  Morrison, David, 1940- | Samz, Jane | United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch. 
 Publication:  Scientific and Technical Information Branch National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D.C, 1980. 
 Notes:  Xerox copy. Bibliography: p. 199. 
 Extent:  xi, [1], 199 p. : illus., diagrs., ports., charts ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Voyager II | Jupiter probes | Space flights | Jupiter (Planet)

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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11Title:  Methodology of determining active scattering region from very rough surfaces   
 Creator:  Glenn, A. B. 
 Publication:  Radio Corporation of America Systems Engineering, Evaluation and Research Defense Electronic Products, Camden, N. J, 1966. 
 Extent:  73 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Astronautics -- Communication systems | Mars (Planet) -- Exploration -- Equipment and supplies | Mars probes

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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12Title:  Imaging Saturn: the Voyager flights to Saturn   
 Creator:  Cooper, Henry S. F., (Henry Spotswood Fenimore)Jr, 1933-2016 
 Publication:  Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, c1982. 
 Notes:  "Most of this book originally appeared in slightly different form in the New Yorker"--T.p. verso. Gift of Kerry Magruder. An account of the Voyager missions past Saturn details the rendezvous of the two spacecraft with Saturn and the dramatic discoveries about Saturn, with a collection of photographs from Voyager. 
 Extent:  xiii, 210 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Saturn probes | Saturn (Planet) -- Photographs from space | Imaging systems in astronomy

 
Collection:  University of Oklahoma 
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13Title:  The Voyager golden record   
 Creator:  Sagan, Carl, 1934-1996 | Drake, Frank D. | Druyan, Ann, 1949- | Ferris, Timothy. | Lomberg, Jon, 1948- | Sagan, Linda Salzman. | Pescovitz, David. | Daly, Timothy. | Azerrad, Lawrence. | United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration. | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | Voyager Project 
 Notes:  Title from disc label. Three heavyweight translucent gold vinyl LPs reproducing the audio content of the Voyager Interstellar Record and one hardcover book reproducing the images included on the Voyager Interstellar Record. Accompanied by a turntable slipmat with NASA/JPL-Caltech's heliocentric view of the Voyager spacecrafts' trajectories across the solar system and a lithograph of the record's gold-plated aluminum covering with a diagram illustrating the record's origin and playing instructions. Book includes an introduction by David Pescovitz, Tim Daly, and Lawrence Azerrad and an essay by Timothy Ferris. Voyager Interstellar Record committee (1977): Carl Sagan, chairman, executive director ; Frank Drake, technical director ; Ann Druyan, creative director ; Timothy Ferris, producer ; Jon Lomberg, designer ; Linda Salzman Sagan, greetings organizer. In 1977, NASA launched two spacecraft, Voyager 1 and 2, on a grand tour of the solar system and into the mysteries of interstellar space. Attached to each of these probes is a beautiful golden record containing a message for any extraterrestrial intelligence that might encounter it, perhaps billions of years from now. This enchanting artifact, officially called the Voyager Interstellar Record, may be the last vestige of our civilization after we are gone forever. The Golden Record tells a story of our planet expressed in sounds, images, and science: Earth's greatest music from myriad peoples and eras, from Bach and Beethoven to Blind Willie Johnson and Chuck Berry, Benin percussion to Solomon Island panpipes. Natural sounds--birds, a train, a baby's cry, a kiss--are collaged into a lovely audio poem called "Sounds of Earth." There are spoken greetings in dozens of human languages--and one whale language--and more than 100 images encoded in analog that depict who, and what, we are. Astronomer and science educator Carl Sagan chaired the Voyager Interstellar Record Committee that created this object, which is both an inspired scientific effort and a compelling piece of conceptual art. Astronomer Frank Drake, father of the scientific Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), was the technical director, writer and novelist Ann Druyan was the creative director, science journalist and author Timothy Ferris produced the record, space artist Jon Lomberg was the designer, and artist Linda Salzman Sagan organized the greetings. As we embarked on our own Kickstarter project to make the golden record available on vinyl for the first time, in celebration of Voyager's 40th anniversary, we realized that we saw the original artifact through three different lenses. As an exquisitely curated music compilation, the Voyager record is an inviting port of entry to unfamiliar yet entrancing sounds from other cultures and other times. As an objet d'art and design, it represents deep insights about communication, context, and the power of media. In the realm of science, it raises fundamental questions about who we are and our place in the universe. At the intersection of those three perspectives, the Voyager record is a testament to the potential of science and art to ignite humanity's sense of curiosity and wonder. Voyager 1 entered interstellar space in 2012. As of this writing, it's almost 21 billion kilometers away from Earth. Speeding along at 17 kilometers per second, it will take another 40,000 years before the spacecraft passes within 1.6 light-years of a star in the constellation Camelopardalis. The slightly slower Voyager 2 is at the outermost edge of our solar system, where the sun's plasma wind blows against cosmic dust and gas. Soon, it too will venture into interstellar space. We may never know whether an extraterrestrial civilization ever listens to the golden record. It was a gift from humanity to the cosmos. But it is also a gift to humanity. The record embodies a sense of possibility and hope. And it's as relevant now as it was in 1977. Perhaps even more so... The Voyager Interstellar Record is a reminder of what we can achieve when we are at our best--and that our future really is up to all of us.-- Publisher's website. 
 Extent:  3 audio discs ; 12 in. 
 Subjects:  Voyager Project | Music | Interstellar communication | Harmony of the spheres | Salutations | Whale sounds | Nature sounds | Human sounds | Animal sounds | Sounds | Life -- Pictorial works | Civilization -- Pictorial works | Earth (Planet) -- Pictorial works

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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14Title:  Oral history interviews. Space Science: Administrators, 1992-1993   
 Creator:  American Institute of Physics Center for History of Physics. Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations. Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics. | Bergeron, J. (Jacqueline) | Hart, Richard (Richard Cullen) | Huber, Martin, 1966- | 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 six administrators of space science research. Jacqueline Bergeron, the General Secretary of the International Astronomical Union, on the development of space science projects. Giacomo Cavallo, the head of the Long-Term Planning Office for the European Space Agency (ESA), on the development of ESA projects and the records produced. Richard Hart, the Executive Secretary of the National Academy of Sciences' Space Studies Board, on the development of NASA projects, including the Voyager mission. Martin Huber, the head of Space Science Department at the European Space Research and Technology Centre, on the development of and organization of ESA projects. Aaron Janofsky, Assistant to the Executive Director of ICSU's Committee on Space Research, on COSPAR's involvement in the development of space science programs. G. Lefferanderie, the Legal Advisor for the European Space Agency, on the organizational structure of ESA. 
 Extent:  6 items. 
 Subjects:  COSPAR | European Space Agency | European Space Research and Technology Centre | International Astronomical Union | International Council of Scientific Unions | National Science Foundation (U.S.) | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Voyager Project | Space sciences | Space sciences -- International cooperation | Group work in research | American Institute of Physics. Center for History of Physics. Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations. Phase II: Space Science and Geophysics

 
Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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15Title:  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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16Title:  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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