United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Collections of aeronautical technical reports written by Krause and others (hardback and paperback), pages of handwritten arithmetic.
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs collected by Helmuth Pfaff during his work at the Marshall Space Flight Center.
Scope and Contents Documents pertaining to the Hubble Space Telescope and the Soviet Space Program.
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 Newspapers, work and personal files, technology items, various artifacts.
Scope and Contents The Lawrence J. Thomson collection is primarily focused on the years during which time Thomson was the Chief engineer on the Space Shuttle Main Engines. In addition, this collection includes historical data relating to launch platforms and propulsion systems development.
Scope and Contents This collection is 5.5 linear feet of personal materials, such as notes, correspondence, and professional papers, from the career of Leland F. Belew. Material is mostly print with some AV and artifacts.
Scope and Contents This collection contains mostly text and correspondence about the LRV program. Also included are a set of 35mm slides depicting the project.
Scope and Contents Papers, awards, photographs, and patents pertaining to the career of Oscar Holderer.
Scope and Contents This collection contains slides, articles, technical manuals, transcripts, photographs, maps, experiment reports, and an autobiography relating to the life and career of Peter H. Broussard Jr.