V-2 rockets

Interviewed by: 
Richard F. Hirsh
Interview date: 
Thursday, 17 July 1980
Location: 
Wintergreen, Virginia

This interview deals with the career of a prominent administrator of space science.

Interviewed by: 
Richard F. Hirsh
Interview date: 
Monday, 20 October 1980
Location: 
Wintergreen, Virginia

This interview deals with the career of a prominent administrator of space science.

Interviewed by: 
David DeVorkin and M. Dennis
Interview date: 
Friday, 1 July 1983
Location: 
Air and Space Museum, Washington, D. C.

Concerns Krause’s (b. May 2, 1913) tenure at NRL (1938-54).

Interviewed by: 
David DeVorkin
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 10 August 1982
Location: 
Newport Beach, California

Examines Krause's (b.

Interviewed by: 
David DeVorkin
Interview date: 
Saturday, 4 August 1979
Location: 
Yale University Observatory

Early life in Pennsylvania; German background; training at Radcliffe College and Harvard College Observatory; staff positions at Harvard and Yale U

Interviewed by: 
David DeVorkin
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 22 February 1983
Location: 
Goldberg's hotel room, Hotel Lombardy Towers, Washington, D.C.

This interview concentrates on Goldberg's involvement in the use of V-2's to obtain solar spectra, while serving as Director of McMath-Hulbert Obse

Interviewed by: 
Martin Harwit
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 7 June 1983
Location: 
Friedman's office, National Academy of Sciences

This interview covers selected aspects of Friedman's career at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).  It traces the development of upper air researc

Interviewed by: 
Richard F. Hirsh
Interview date: 
Thursday, 21 August 1980
Location: 
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D. C.

Deals with the career of Herbert Friedman, an experimentalist who used space-borne instruments from the 1940s through 1970s to examine the upper at

Interviewed by: 
Richard F. Hirsh
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 20 July 1976
Location: 
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D. C.

In this interview, E. T. Byram and T. A. Chubb discuss the Naval Research Laboratory's role in the history of x-ray astronomy.

Interviewed by: 
David DeVorkin
Interview date: 
Monday, 1 August 1983
Location: 
Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, California

Concentrates on Bergstrahl's work at NRL (1946-56), principally as an experiment integrator for rocket flights, with additional coverage of his lat

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