Beyond the Atmosphere: Early Years of Space Science

 

[473-474] Chapter 12 Source Notes

 

1. Public Law 85-568, 85th Cong., 2d sess., 72 Stat. 426, Sec. 102, 29 July 1958.

2. Lloyd Berkner to George Kistiakowsky, 13 Nov. 1959, NF7(112).

3. Hugh Odishaw to T. Keith Glennan, 1Aug. 1958, NF7(112).

4. Norriss S. Hetherington, "Winning the Initiative: NASA and the U.S. Space Science Program," Prologue 7 (Summer 1975): 99-107.

5. NASA, Space Science Div., "Areas of Research in the NASA Space Sciences Program," mimeographed, 48 pp., 10 Feb. 1959; idem, "The United States National Space Sciences Program," mimeographed, 10 Feb. 1959; NF2(33); Lloyd V. Berkner and Hugh Odishaw, Science in Space (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1961).

6. Berkner to Kistiakowsky, 13 Nov. 1959, NF7(112).

7. Glennan to Kistiakowsky, 3 Dec. 1959, NF7(112).

8. Homer E. Newell, "The Extent and Adequacy of Relationships between NASA and the Scientific Community," typescript, 17 June 1960, NFl1 (161).

9. Donald Hornig to Hugh Dryden, 20 Oct. 1961, NF6(100).

10. Newell to Hornig, 15 Nov. 1961, NF6(100).

11. A Review of Space Research, National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council publication 1079 (Washington, 1962). Author's notebook, 17 June-10 Aug. 1962, NF28, gives a number of insights not provided by the formal academy rpt.

12. Alex Roland, rpt. of telephone conversation with Abe Silverstein, 1978, NF40.

13. L V. Berkner to James E. Webb, 31 Mar. 1961, and Berkner to Alan Waterman, 31 Mar. 1961, both transmitting a Space Science Board paper entitled "Man's Role in the National Space Program, NF6(100); "Man's Role in the National Space Program," National Academy of Sciences release, 7 Aug. 1961, NF5(93).

14. P. H. Abelson, "Manned Lunar Landing," Science 140 (19 Apr. 1963); "Moon Plans Called Wasteful," article based on testimony of Dr. Philip A. Abelson, editor of Science, before Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, Washington Star, 10 June 1963.

15. Christian Science Monitor, Friday, 9 Apr. 1965, NF13(200).

16. NASA Historical Staff, Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1964: A Chronology on Science, Technology, and Policy, NASA SP-4005 (Washington, 1965). p. 356; 1965, NASA SP-4006 (1966). pp. 5, 133, 299-300; 1966 , NASA SP-4007 (1967), p. 302; 1967 , NASA SP-4008 (1963), pp. 1. 230, 233-44.

17. Author's notebook, Jan. 1971, NF28.

18. Newell, "Report of the Subcommittee on Scientist Astronauts of SPAC." 8 Sept. 1975.

19. A Review of Space Research, NAS-NRC pub. 1079; author's notebook, 17 June-10 Aug. 1962, NF28.

20. Author's notebook, 20 June-16 July 1965, NF28.

21. Priorities for Space Research 1971-1980, rpt. of study by Space Science Board (Washington: National Academy of Sciences, 1971). See also author's notebooks for July 1970, NF28.

22. Harold C. Urey to Newell, 13 May 1963, NF13(1963).

23. Urey to Newell, 15 June 1965, NF14(201).

24. NASA Management Issuance 37-1-1, "Establishment and Conduct of Space Science Program-Selection of Scientific Experiments," typescript, 15 Apr. 1960, NASA Historical Archives.

25. NASA Management Issuance, NMI 7100.1. "Conduct of Space Science Program-Selection and Support of Scientific Investigations and Investigators," 29 Apr. 1964, app. C.

26. See, for example, NASA, "Opportunities for Participation in Space Flight Investigations" (Washington, Apr. 1967); also, same title, NASA NHB 8030. 1 A (Washington, Apr. 1967).

27. James E. Webb to Norman Ramsey, 14 Jan. 1966, NF13(188).

28. NASA Ad Hoc Science Advisory Committee. "Report to the Administrator," mimeographed, 15 Aug. 1966.

29. Ibid.. p. 3: T. Keith Glennan to Monte Wright, 15 July 1978. comments on draft Newell MS., NF40.

30. NASA Management Instructions 1156.12, 1 May 1967, and NMI 1156.16, 15 Mar. 1968.

31. See, for example, Astronomy Missions Board, A Long Range Program in Space Astronomy, NASA SP-213 (Washington, July 1969).

32. Richard Nixon to the Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, the Acting Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Science Adviser, 13 Feb 1969.

33. "The Post-Apollo Space Program: Directions for the Future," Space Task Group rpt. to the president, Sept. 1969.

34. NASA Management Instruction 1156.20.8 Mar. 1971.

35. President's Science Advisory Committee, The Space Program in the Post-Apollo Period (Washington: The White House. 1967).

36. June Merker, looseleaf notes on recommendations received over the years by NASA from advisory groups, NASA Administrator's Office files.

37. Hugh Odishaw to Monte Wright, 11 Aug. 1978, comments on draft Newell MS., NF40.

38. Norman Ness to Homer Newell, 12 July 1978, comments on draft Newell MS., p. 3., NF40.


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