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List Of Puerto Rican Scientists And Inventors - Space Exploration
... Acaba is a teacher, hydrogeologist, and the first Puerto Rican NASA astronaut ... the first person of Puerto Rican heritage to be named as a NASA astronaut candidate when he was selected as a member of NASA Astronaut Training Group 19 ...
List Of University Of West Florida People - Notable Alumni - Military, Space, and Aviation
... the Secretary of the Army Bryan Daniel O'Connor - Former NASA astronaut Jim Buchili - Former NASA astronaut James O ... Phillips - Active NASA astronaut Kenneth Cockrell - Former NASA astronaut Patricia Denkler - The first woman to land a jet on an aircraft carrier, and ... Richards - Former NASA astronaut Rear Admiral Edward G ...
List Of University Of Florida People - Notable Alumni or Attendees - Science and Mathematics - Astronauts
... Allen, NASA astronaut, and former U.S ... Marine Corps naval aviator William Frederick Fisher, NASA astronaut, and current medical doctor Kevin A ... Ford, NASA astronaut pilot Ronald J ...
Andy Thomas
... American aerospace engineer and a NASA astronaut ... citizen in December 1986, hoping to gain entry to NASA's astronaut program ... He is married to fellow NASA astronaut Shannon Walker ...
List Of Phi Sigma Kappa Brothers - Science and Research
... Former Chief of the NASA Astronaut Office Veteran of four space shuttle missions John Fabian Chi Deuteron (Washington State) 1961 Former NASA Astronaut Veteran of two space ... NASA Astronaut, missions Gemini 11 Apollo 12 Leonard J ...

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    Jane Jarrell Smith, U.S. widow of American astronaut Michael J. Smith. As quoted in Newsweek magazine, p. 13 (June 30, 1986)

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