Saturn launch vehicles
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Interview Summary Hydrographer and sonar search specialist Vincent “Vince” Capone, Jr. is interviewed about his career in ocean exploration and artifact recovery. The interview focuses in particular on Capone’s involvement in spacecraft recovery efforts. He discusses his experiences with the 2013 search-and-recovery mission of the Apollo 11 F-1 engines, funded by Bezos Expeditions, and also touches on his involvement with the search for the Space Shuttle Columbia’s black box. Topics discussed include his...
Interview Summary Underwater explorer and attorney David Concannon is interviewed about his careers in law, ocean exploration, and artifact recovery. He discusses his experiences in the field of exploration, focusing in particular on his work on the Titanic expeditions of the early 2000s and on the search-and-recovery mission of the Apollo 11 F-1 engines, funded by Bezos Expeditions. He also touches on his involvement in the Explorers Club, the Sea-Space Symposium, and the XPRIZE Foundation. Topics discussed...
Abstract David L. Davidson was an electrical engineer at The Boeing Company and worked on the Saturn V Rocket and the Lunar Rover projects. He served in the U.S. Marines from 1942-1946 and in the U.S. Army Reserves Engineer Corps from 1957-1962. This collection, which dates from 1941 to his retirement from Boeing in 1988, consists of textual materials, photographs, and one digital audio recording. It includes administrative records, notes, Boeing managerial training materials, photographs that depict...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description The Henry C. Runkel Apollo Collection is a small collection with visual and textual materials documenting the development of the Saturn launch vehicles used in NASA's Apollo program in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The collection consists of items gathered by Runkel who was Boeing's Chief Engineer for the S-1C stage of the Saturn V rocket at NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Louisiana. Of most interest is a bound document titled "Apollo Saturn V S-1C Booster Design...
Overview The Charles L. Soellner NASA Collection documents the space programs of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The documents date from 1959 to 1975. The bulk of the materials are photographs and photomechancial prints mass-produced by NASA. The visual documentation and ephemera related to manned spaceflight missions were collected and assembled together in scrapbooks by Soellner.
Scope and Contents The Aeronautical Research Files is the largest of all the series in the Stine Collection, consisting of about 31 cubic feet of material. Nine subseries make up this grouping: Subseries A. Aircraft, 1916-1987; Subseries B. Facilities, 1953-1997; Subseries C. International Programs, 1920-1993; Subseries D. Rockets and Missiles, 1924-1996; Subseries E. Satellites, 1957-1995; Subseries F. Spacecraft and Missions, 1946-1986; Subseries G. Space Vehicles, 1960-1993; Subseries H. Space – General,...
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