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Scope and Contents This collection consists of two large parts, one half being Dr. Reisig's personal papers and notes, and the second half being a collection of books kept by Dr. Reisig. Alongside this there are also a handful of artifacts and maps.
Scope and Contents The John P. Rankin Collection includes approximately 250 documents contained within 183 folders, and 8 primary subjects covered within this collection include a wide range of aerospace technology, such "topological sneak circuit analysis" and "Common Case Failure Analysis," the latter developed to use sneak circuit analysis core elements to determine susceptibilities of a complex system to experience critical unplanned events caused by build-up of multiple unnoticed failure events and...
Scope and Contents The Robert L. Forward Collection (21 linear ft.) includes approximately 300 documents, books, personal memorabilia, and art work. Subjects covered within this collection include a wide range of aerospace technology, such as antigravity, lasers, interstellar travel propulsion systems, light levitation of orbital satellites, antimatter, and tether transport systems.
Scope and Contents The collection (118 linear ft.) includes a total of 790 books and boxes. The Saunders B. Kramer Collection includes subjects on the overall history of the space program as well as in-depth historical data related to individual space craft launches worldwide. Each book in the series contains a master index to aid the researcher in finding the exact launch program or platform of interest. Every launch that took place by any country was assigned an International Launch Designator code...
Scope and Contents First two books published (notes), second 4-part book series (notes).
Scope and Contents The William C. Pittman collection is primarily focused on his accomplishments while working for the Army Ordinance Missile Laboratories, Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA), Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), Army Missile Laboratory (AMA), and Army Aviation and Missile Research and Development Center (AMRDEC).
Scope and Contents Glass photograph slides.