National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Elizabeth A. Kessler
Technology's Palette: Voyager's Eyes and the Hyperchromatic Enhancement of Jupiter and Saturn. Technology and Culture (pp. 1087-1118). (/isis/citation/CBB427002398/)
Asif A. Siddiqi
Whose India? SITE and the origins of satellite television in India. History and Technology (pp. 452-474). (/isis/citation/CBB468867650/)
Working at the boundary: Making space for innovation in a NASA megaproject. Social Studies of Science (pp. 403-431). (/isis/citation/CBB511036761/)
Brian C. Odom; Waring, Stephen P.
NASA and the long civil rights movement. (/isis/citation/CBB430573888/)
Allan A. Needell
James E. Webb, Technocracy, and the New Deal Roots of “Space Age Management”. Technology and Culture (pp. 790-814). (/isis/citation/CBB819056615/)
Extra-terra incognita: Martian maps in the digital age. Social Studies of Science (pp. 75-94). (/isis/citation/CBB974270108/)
Allen, Kera Jones
Review of "Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race". IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. (/isis/citation/CBB084734115/)
Dana Ulery: Pioneer of Statistical Computing and Architect of Large, Complex Systems. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 91-95). (/isis/citation/CBB666008547/)
Shetterly, Margot Lee
Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race. (/isis/citation/CBB747088865/)
Steven J. Dick
Historical studies in the societal impact of spaceflight. (/isis/citation/CBB371505513/)
Mackowski, Maura Phillips
Life sciences and human spaceflight. In: NASA's first 50 years: Historical perspectives (pp. 349-373). (/isis/citation/CBB001180358/)
Bringing NASA Down to Earth. American Heritage of Invention and Technology (pp. 33-37). (/isis/citation/CBB571744331/)
NASA Turns 50. American Heritage of Invention and Technology (pp. 16-23). (/isis/citation/CBB097874615/)
Mercury Rising. American Heritage of Invention and Technology (pp. 24-32). (/isis/citation/CBB761888464/)
With a Camera to the Red Planet. American Heritage of Invention and Technology (pp. 16-27). (/isis/citation/CBB499355034/)
McMillan, Vernotto C.
Technology Transition: A Model for Infusion and Commercialization. Comparative Technology Transfer and Society (pp. 17-31). (/isis/citation/CBB275121586/)
Hallacher, Paul M.
Notes from the Field: NASA and government technology commercialization activities. Comparative Technology Transfer and Society (pp. 32-34). (/isis/citation/CBB680758362/)
A few words about this picture: The Inflatable Satellite. American Heritage of Invention and Technology (pp. 38-43). (/isis/citation/CBB605219522/)
Battrick, Bruce; Conroy, L.
The extended ESA history project: Proceedings of the concluding workshop: 13--14 April 2005, ESA headquarters, Paris. (/isis/citation/CBB001181635/)
Launius, Roger D.
Notes from the Field: NASA and the International Space Station. Comparative Technology Transfer and Society (pp. 24-30). (/isis/citation/CBB164739943/)