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40th Anniversary of the
Launch of Explorer I
|In the Beginning...Explorers||Norman F. Ness
University of Delaware
|"Phase Retrieval, Wavefront Sensing,
& Optical Control Systems"
"Regional Validation Centers Manage Realtime Access to Satellite Data"
"Innovative Uses for TDRSS"
|Richard Lyon, GSFC
Robert Cromp, GSFC
David Israel, GSFC
|March 16||Star Trek Science Logs: Exploring the Boundries Between Science Fiction and Science Fact||Andre Bormanis
Science Consultant, Star Trek
|March 23||MAP Anisotropy Experiment||David Wilkinson
|March 30||Engineering Aerospace Software: From FORTRAN to Java and Beyond!||Tim Korson
Senior Partner, Software Architects
|April 6||Longitude||Dava Sobel
|April 13||The Politics of Space Science Funding||Brenda Forman
|April 20||Breakthrough Discoveries from Hubble||Bob Williams
Space Telescope Science Institute
|April 27||Documenting the African-American Experience with Technology||Carroll Pursell
Case Western Univ.
|May 4||An Astronaut's View of the Planet Earth||Mary L. Cleave
GSFC, Former Astronaut
|May 11||Hybrid Electric Vehicles||Victor Wouk
U.S. technical advisor to the IEC committee
|May 18||Single-Bubble Sonoluminescence and Liquid Fracture||Andrea Prosperetti
Johns Hopkins University
No Colloquium (Holiday)
|June 1||Science and the Future of Cities||James Trefil
George Mason University
|June 8 -- Bldg. 8 Auditorium|
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