National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space Station Freedom Viewgraph Presentation
Space Station Freedom was a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) project from the 1980s that, although it was never brought to fruition as such, evolved into the International Space Station (ISS). This collection consists of a viewgraph presentation on Space Station Freedom prepared by Terence T. Finn to be given by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) administrator James Montgomery Beggs to President Ronald Wilson Reagan and the Cabinet Council on December 1, 1983.
Space Station Materials [Jefferson]
Space Station Freedom was a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) project that, although it was never brought to fruition as such, evolved into the International Space Station (ISS). This collection consists of approximately 0.18 cubic feet of material pertaining to Space Station Freedom including technical drawings; schematics; press and promotional materials; brochures; publications; and artists' renderings.
This collection is in English.
Saunders Kramer Bucephalus Space Station and USSR Space Vehicle Collection
This collection consists of artist renderings of the Bucephalus Space Station (Lockheed) in the following formats: six four by five color transparencies; fifty-five color sides; five color prints, and ten three by four glass mounted viewgraphs. This collection also includes twenty-eight 7.5 by 9.5 color transparencies relating to Soviet space vehicles.
Space Acceleration Measurement Unit System (SAMS) Collection
This collection consists of the following types of documentation relating to SAMS: test plans and reports; drawings; maintenance logs; and memorandums and correspondence. This collection also contains optical discs from the SAMS/MIR project, which contain the raw data.
La Vona Gebb Drankham Collection
This collection consists of the following items relating to La Vona Gebb Drankham's space engineering career: Nuclear Reactor-Powered Space Station Mass Properties, 1970; Solar-Powered Space Station Mass Properties, 1970; Space Shuttle Mass Properties Status Report, 1973; Space Shuttle Program: Detail Mass Properties Report (Final), Volume 1. Summary, 1971; 1972 Annual Report for North American Rockwell; Apollo …
Skylab Drawing [Snyder]
Skylab was a crewed space station launched into Earth orbit by the United States in May 1973. This collection consists of one cutaway drawing of Skylab that measures approximately 17.5 by 31 inches. It is dated March 17, 1970 and was drawn by Don Brown and Stan Partyka at Martin Marietta Corporation, Denver, Colorado.
This collection is in English.
Pamela A. Melroy Papers
This collection consists of 17 cubic feet of papers relating to the life and career of astronaut Pamela A. Melroy.
Space Shuttle Enterprise OV-101 Film Footage
This collection consists of the following twenty-two 16mm films relating to the Space Shuttle Enterprise OV-101: 747/F-104 Shuttle Orbiter Launch Simulation; Orbiter/747 Separation (Wind Tunnel);Computer Programmer Graphics; NASA 747 Wake Vortex Tests; Mission Profile - Shuttle Approach and Landing Tests; Space Shuttle Free Flight #4; Space Shuttle Free Flight #5; Space Shuttle Free Flight …
James C. Elms Collection
This collection consists of speeches, papers, notes, newspaper articles and records on Elms' career, including the following areas: Transportation System Center; Electronics Research Center; Manned Space Station; Space Shuttle; Space Systems Committee; Gemini Mission Review Board; and Hearings on space topics.
Edward Lee Tilton, III Collection
This collection consists of approximately 8.86 cubic feet of records relating to Edward Lee Tilton, III's career in the aerospace field. The bulk of the material pertains to Tilton's time at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), although Tilton's time at GE and the MITRE Corporation are represented as well …