Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Interview Summary Retired NASA administrator George W. S. Abbey is interviewed about his aerospace career and his contributions to human spaceflight. He discusses his service with the U.S. Air Force during the 1950s and 1960s, focusing in particular on his involvement in the Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Program. He then discusses his experiences at NASA and describes his career progression from systems engineer to director of the Johnson Space Center (Texas). Notable topics discussed include the Apollo Program, the...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description The Steve Schadelbauer NASA Collection is a small collection consisting of materials collected by Schadelbauer during his career as a NASA engineer at Johnson Space Center. The collection includes: a memorial program for the Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107 mission members, February 4, 2003; a memorial program for the Space Shuttle Challenger 51-L mission members, January 31, 1986; an Integrated Radar and Communications Subsystem (KuBand) brochure, 1977; an Avionic Systems Division logo flyer...
Collection — Box: Slayton Collections Box 1, Folder: 2021-11-18
Content Description The Deke Slayton ASTP Joint Operations Checklist consists of a single item: Slayton's personal copy of the "ASTP Reference Joint Operations Checklist," published by NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, March 31, 1975. The checklist is an 80-page document with guidelines for docking and undocking the Apollo spacecraft with the Soyuz capsule during the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. It also covers such topics as photo, television and movie ops; waste management; a fungi experiment; a microbial...
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