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Interviewed by: 
Angelo Baracca and Michelangelo De Maria
Interview date: 
Monday, 4 June 1984
Location: 
Professor Hafstad’s home, Chester, Maryland

Topics discussed include: his time at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Washington, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, high voltage techniq

Interviewed by: 
Allan A. Needell and David DeVorkin
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 23 April 1991
Location: 
Singer's office, National Air and Space Museum

Ionospheric work in the ‘50s; Lloyd Beckner, extensively; McKerran Act and scientists; Satellite discussions in the early ‘50s; meeting and attende

Interviewed by: 
Thomas D. Cornell
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 13 January 1982
Location: 
Chevy Chase, Maryland

Early youth in Canton, South Dakota; teenage interest with E. O.

Interviewed by: 
Thomas D. Cornell
Interview date: 
Friday, 5 February 1982
Location: 
Chevy Chase, Maryland

Early youth in Canton, South Dakota; teenage interest with E. O.

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

Examines Krause's (b.

Interviewed by: 
David Blackstock
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 22 October 2002
Location: 
Applied Research Laboratories, University of Texas at Austin

In this interview Chester McKinney discusses his family and education, his association with the Acoustical Society of America, his military service

Interviewed by: 
Henry Bass
Interview date: 
Friday, 25 August 2000
Location: 
University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi

In this interview, Robert Green discusses his career in teaching and research and his work in nondestructive evaluation.

Interviewed by: 
Martin Harwit
Interview date: 
Monday, 11 April 1983
Location: 
Alpher's house, Schenectady, New York

Family background and early interests, knowledge of Russian, the eclipse of 1925, the Depression; studies and teaching at City College of New York,

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: 
David DeVorkin
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 9 March 1983
Location: 
Fraser's office, Applied Physics Laboratory, Baltimore, Maryland

This interview describes Fraser's work as an engineer and instrumentation specialist at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (DTM) during WWII,

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