Oral History/Interview

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Article “,” Interview by Emily Carney Published in Abstract Inspired by Star Trek and Apollo in the 1960s, Marianne Dyson dreamed of working for NASA. School counselors...

Article “,” Interview by Leonard David Published in Abstract Before ventures like SpaceX and Blue Origin began taking private citizens into space and before firms like Space...

Article “,” Interview by Emily Carney Published in Abstract On 13 July 2023, Fred Haise spoke with Emily Carney for the SPACE 3.0 Foundation. The following excerpt...

Article “,” Interview by Emily Carney Published in Abstract Called a pioneer on the cutting edge of commercial space by Space News, he began his career in...

Article “,” Interviewer Unknown Published in Abstract Robert Goddard and Wernher von Braun are more familiar to most people, but another important rocket pioneer and visionary of...

Article “,” Interview by Brian Harvey Published in Abstract The European Space Agency (ESA) began a space biology program in the 1980s on the US Space Shuttle,...

Article “,” Interviewer Unknown Published in Abstract Founded in 1982, three friends from the Harvard Business School decided to create the Orbital Sciences Corporation (OSC) in order...

Article “,” Interview by Christopher Gainor Published in Abstract Even as private space travel becomes more important, there can be no dispute that human space exploration has...

Article “,” Interview by John Logsdon Published in Abstract What to do after Apollo had not been a central focus at NASA during the second half of...

Article “,” Interview by Brian Harvey Published in Abstract Jean-Loup Bertaux is one of France’s leading space scientists and played an important role in the development of...