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Interview with David and Janet Hazen as they recall where they were on July 20, 1969 (first moon landing) and what it was like growing up in such an interesting era of history. They also talk about some of the...
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but Andi Brinn Thomas is dealing with thousands of pictures of the world. The Image Data Scientist in the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit within the Astromaterials Research Exploration and Science Division...
Lawrence Kuznetz shares his Moon Landing story for the Moon Landing in Context Project at Framingham State University. Lawrence discusses his personal experiences working for NASA, the Apollo programs, and the night of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. He also...
This interview covered how important the Space Race affected the Cold War in the United States and the rest of the world.
In the second part of the interview we discuss his career as an engineer working on the CORONA spy satellites, black projects, and Voyager 1-2 for NASA.
Anna Nelson (48) talks with her parents, Ethel Nelson (75) and Curtis "Pete" Nelson (78), about Pete's Air Force service, Ethel's teaching career, and their marriage of 55 years.
Studying phenomena in space can lead to scientific breakthroughs. Dr. Craig Kundrot explains how—and also details his own professional journey from science-loving 5th grader to assistant professor and researcher to division director with NASA.
Randy Crane (46) talks with Scott Acord (59) about his journey from being a minister to working in a Christian finance company before he found the job that most suits him at Providence.
Dr. Naseem Rangwala is an astrophysicist and project scientist for the SOFIA mission. SOFIA, or the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, is a modified Boeing 747 airplane carrying a large telescope. SOFIA observes the universe through long infrared wavelengths. As...
If Sharmila Bhattacharya wasn't Program Scientist for Space Biology at NASA Headquarters, perhaps she would've been a theater actress. And while her contributions on stage would likely be legendary, we're happy to have her at NASA learning about how space...
I interview Christina about how racial issues are impacting her, specifically on campus.
In this interview my grandmother recalls the tragic event of the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986.
I interviewed my father Allen bout what historical event had the greatest impact on his life, he chose the Russian satellite Sputnik.
This is a story about my grandpa and his different stories of his life.
NovaWurks CEO Talbot Jaeger gives personal history and discusses the future of space.
Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, and Dr. Len Fisk, former professor and NASA Associate Administrator for Space Science and Applications, share their long history together--and what it takes to be a great mentor.
This is an interview of my grandfather about the first time he met an astronaut.