George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs, slides, correspondence, and files that document the life and career of German-American guided missle expert Berhard Tessmann. Materials trace Tessmann's work from Peenemunde to Ft. Bliss and eventually Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Scope and Contents This collection contains reports and technical briefings from Bill Huber's NASA career. The majority of the materials deal with his involvement in the Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle (OMV) program.
Scope and Contents a program plan, a technical memorandum, a Saturn booster diagram, handwritten calculations.
Scope and Contents The collection contains handbooks, technical documents, artifacts, and a DVD that pertain to the life and career of Charles E. David. Topics covered include amplifiers, transistors, and diodes used in Apollo era electrical and communication systems.
Scope and Contents This collection contains journals, photographs, correspondence, and publications relating to Charles Lundquist's professional career and collecting interests for Univeristy of Alabama in Huntsville Archives & Special Collections.
Scope and Contents Work in Progress!"The Great Observatories;" "Exploring the Universe with the Hubble Space Telescope;" "Saturn...;" "Ansari X Prize Competition Launches Commemorative Program (2004);" "White Collar Productivity and Quality Issues: Proceedings of the NASA Symposium on Productivity and Quality: Strategies for Improving Operations in Government and Industry;" "Atoms and Astronomy;" "Spinoff 1982;" "Marshall Space Flight Center 1960-1985 25th Anniversary Report;" a letter from W. R....
Scope and Contents Newby's monthly handwritten notes from 1963 through 1973, telephone conversations, SEB presentation and report, Pocket Guide to the Air Force Space Program, Newby's obituary.
Scope and Contents The 31 boxes in this collection contain a variety of subjects and media. The collection encompasses Dr. Stuhlinger's work at NASA as well as housing a number of familial and personal effects such as photographs and diaries.
Scope and Contents The collection includes a total of 4 archival boxes containing 80 subject folders, and 32 DVD's The Ernst Stuhlinger Recognition Collection is primarily focused on his extensive wide range of contributions to the field of science. He was a multifaceted scholar of far-ranging interest who also demonstrated a keen appreciation of history and its preservation.