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  1. Professor of Astronomy
  2. John W. Aaron (born 1943) is a former NASA engineer and was a flight controller during the Apollo program. He is widely credited with saving the Apollo 12 mission when it was struck by lightning shortly after liftoff and played important role Apollo 13
  3. George William Samuel Abbey (born August 21, 1932) is a former director of the Johnson Space Center and Fellow in Space Policy at the Baker Institute of Rice University. Worked on X-20 Dyna - Soar
  4. director of the space shuttle program
  5. Flight astronaut mol astronaut
  6. U.S. Astronaut
  7. Astronaut - Payload Specialist for STS 51F
  8. Former Astronaut, flew missions on STS-28 & STS-43
  9. French engineer, helicopter pilot and astronaut. In 2022, she was chosen as a member of the European Astronaut Corps
  10. Former Director CSA Astronaut Program. Helped train the first Mercury Astronauts and designed the first flight simulators. Member of the Order of Canada
  11. astronaut indonesia
  12. Astronaut
  13. astronaut/journalist
  14. cosmonaut
  15. First Arab in space, first Royal in space (Shuttle mission STS-51-G)
  16. Former Saudi Arabian Astronaut
  17. space scientist/geologist
  18. 'Dr. Wernher Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  19. Astronaut - Apollo 11. 2 man on the moon. Moon walker and New York Times Bestselling Author
  20. Former Soviet cosmonaut and twice Hero of the Soviet Union
  21. NASA scientist who concluded the agency's highly-successful Galileo mission to Jupiter
  22. cosmonaut bulgaria
  23. Born Aug. 4, 1955Retired Astronaut
  24. Astronaut: STS-5, STS-51A
  25. astronomer
  26. Astronaut sts-90 106 109 125 Stunt pilot in Top Gun that flipped off the russian
  27. astronaut apollo 8
  28. astronaut
  29. Space X engineer
  30. Flight (astronaut)
  31. astronaut
  32. French spationaut, former minister
  33. Uruguayan astronomer who is best known for his work on the Kuiper belt. He also has an asteroid named after him
  34. Spaceflight Participant
  35. astronaut
  36. Former U.S. Astronaut
  37. SpaceX astronaut Inspiration crew
  38. NASA astronaut (retired) flew two space shuttle missions
  39. Flight test engineer, Avro Aircraft; NASA employee 1959-1986. Landing and recovery, Lunar receiving lab, Science & Applications, Space & Life Sciences
  40. Astronaut mse astronaut
  41. 1st man on the moon; 'That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.'
  42. Astronaut
  43. astronaut
  44. astronaut
  45. Astronaut, Space Shuttle Mission STS-93
  46. cosmonaut
  47. Aerospace research Test Pilot. Col., USAF, Ret.; Bachelor of Sciene in Chem,, University of Virginia, 1959; Master of Science in Engineering Administration, unsuccessful application NASA astronaut group 3; 1963 as military astronaut - class-3 selected
  48. Flight (aviator) 1977 group 8 astronaut candidate
  49. Flight (scientist) us weather office pathfinder 'mission'
  50. Astronaut
  51. Astrophysicist. worked with NASA's Astronomy Ambassadors program, SOFIA project
  52. Team leader on the New Horizon mission to the dwarf planet Pluto
  53. Astronaut STS-29 40
  54. Flight (astronaut)
  55. Astronaut
  56. Astronaut sts-43 52 68 81
  57. cosmonaut
  58. Worked on the cassini spacecraft and its Exploration of the planet Saturn and its moon titan
  59. Astronaut lss-19 tma 14
  60. NASA Astronaut, NASA Group 22
  61. Astronaut (3 Space Shuttle mission 1996-2001)/Survivor Panama(Exile Island)
  62. Flight (astronaut) sts-51f
  63. French astronaut
  64. Astronaut/Moonwalker
  65. Bloodline/Daughter of Astronaut Alan Bean/Lives in Texas Hill Country
  66. Apollo 11 and later: One of the engineers who designed the astronaut backpacks for all Apollo missions
  67. space engineer nasa administrator (81 & 85)
  68. astronaut
  69. Rocket Scientest on Werhner von Braun's Team at Fort Bliss Texas, 1946/Operation Paperclip was code name for 1945 Office of Strategic Services, Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency recruitment of German scientists from Nazi Germany to US after VE Day
  70. Author of several Space Publications/Early NASA Official/Director of advanced programs and plans
  71. Pilot Vietnam War/Astronaut
  72. former cosmonaut from Slovakia, now working as military attaché in Moscow, Russia
  73. Astronaut born Sept 9, 1957; has not traveled into space; retired 1991
  74. Russian cosmonaut, Voskhod-2 (With Alexeij Leonov)
  75. US Geologist, born 1938. Grumman Aerospace (1968-72), worked on the team that developed the Apollo lunar module landing feet 'pods'
  76. NASA scientist and engineer
  77. (1921-1995) Was a Soviet cosmonaut who commanded the space mission Soyuz 3 in 1968.was awarded the title of the Hero of the Soviet Union twice, first time on October 26, 1944 for his military service during World War II, and second time for his space flig
  78. Astronomer
  79. NASA/MIT/Draper: Software Engineer starting to work on the Apollo program in 1962 (incl. Apollo 11) who wrote the Lunar Ascent Program
  80. American space tourist. Half-brother of Jeff Bezos, with whom he flew to the edge of space (suborbital flight) as part of the Blue Origin NS-16 mission on July 20, 2021
  81. NASA - The artist who did the mission logos for the Mercury missions "Friendship 7" (Glenn), "Aurora 7" (Carpenter) and "Sigma" (Schirra); first and only woman to ascend the launch gantry and go inside the room that surrounded the vehicle
  82. Recruited by John Glenn to design and hand-paint the insignia on the outside of his Mercury spacecraft
  83. Malaysian Cosmonaut, Soyuz TMA-11
  84. Civilian Astronaut, Space Ship One pilot
  85. Flight (aviator) 1965 group 4 astronaut candidate
  86. NASA - Chief Engineer at the Armstrong Flight Research Center
  87. She sewed the US flag, what was brought from Neil Armstrong with the Apollo mission and was flaged on the moon
  88. She is the Launch Director for the Artemis I mission
  89. Astronaut
  90. NASA astronaut (retired) STS 29,33,43,58 79/81
  91. Astronaut
  92. America's first african american astronaut. STS-8 , STS-39, STS-53 , STS-61
  93. American Astronaut; STS-6, STS-51-D, STS-51-J
  94. astronaut
  95. astronaut
  96. Astronaut - Former NASA Administrator
  97. NASA Exploration Ground Systems Manager. Artemis I
  98. Canadian Female Astronaut - NASA Space Shuttle Discovery To Spacelab. (1992)
  99. Astronaut
  100. NASA Deputy Project Manager, Airborne Science Program
  101. Astronomer/co-discoverer of the Hale-Bopp comet
  102. Andrei Ivanovich Borisenko is a Russian cosmonaut. He was selected as a cosmonaut in May 2003, and is a veteran of two long duration missions to the International Space Station
  103. Russian astronaut
  104. Test Pilot/Astronaut - Mission Gemini 7 and Apollo 8, Eastern Airlines CEO
  105. Blue Origin Astronaut NS-18 (Shatner flight)
  106. NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Aerospace Engineer, Structures Division (1962) NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas Aerospace Engineer, Mission Planning and Analysis Division (1962-1965) Flight Dynamics Officer Apollo Program
  107. Flight scientist
  108. astronaut
  109. Astronaut
  110. Mission operation manager on the New horizon flight to the dwarf planet Pluto
  111. Early experimental research test pilot. Boyd is an engineering test pilot for NASA and USAF. F-111
  112. American Author, Retired United States Air Force Officer, Command Pilot, Combat Veteran, Aviation Historian, And Former Director Of NASA
  113. Astronaut
  114. Astronaut-flew on STS:8,51G,32,49.
  115. Owner of the Virgin franchise - First Billionaire to go to Space
  116. Astronaut
  117. Certified enterprise architect who has led numerous DoD projects and a former member of the Space Shuttle/Spacelab Team, also author of 5 books
  118. NASA Administrator; Former U.S. Representative from Oklahoma
  119. NASA astronaut (retired); Director of Kennedy Space Center 1997-2003. Flew F-100 in Vietnam
  120. Astronaut
  121. Was telemetry and communications specialist and part of the Apollo 11 team that maintained communication between mission control and the spacecraft
  122. NASA astronaut (retired); two space shuttle missions
  123. Astronomer, born 1965. Discovered many objects in the far solar system, including Eris, which led to Pluto being downgraded to a 'Dwarf Planet' with Eris. Author of the book 'I Killed Pluto.'
  124. astronaut
  125. astronaut germany
  126. Flight astronaut sts-51c,61a,29,48
  127. Flight astronaut sts 90
  128. Flight astronaut 1967 group 6 astronaut candidate, turned MD in Urology
  129. Navigator on the cassini spacecraft that studied the planet saturn
  130. astronaut
  131. astronaut
  132. Austrian geophysicist and pioneer of space research
  133. Boeing engineer, born 1930, worked on the 1966 Lunar Orbiter, an early NASA unmanned probe to photograph and map the moon, and chose Apollo landing spots
  134. Deniz Melissa Burnham is a lieutenant in the United States Navy Reserve and NASA astronaut candidate
  135. astronaut
  136. Retired astronaut
  137. Russian Former Male Cosmonaut. Flew Three Manned Space Flights -- Vostok 5 (1963), Soyuz 22 (1976) & Soyuz 37 (1978)
  138. Russian cosmonaut / astronaut
  139. NASA astronaut STS-41, 53, 65, 88; Former director of Kennedy Space Center 2008-2021
  140. Astrobiologist, Director of the Carl Sagan Center for Research
  141. American Former Female Pilot. Mercury 13 Female Candidate (1959). Inducted Into The Georgia Aviation Hall Of Fame (2003)
  142. American Female Former Astronaut. No Missions Flown (1996-2008)
  143. American astronaut
  144. Astronaut
  145. Astrophysicist. NASA and SETI. Instrument scientist for the Kepler mission searching for exo-planets (planets outside our solar system)
  146. American Female Astronaut And Chemist. Space Shuttle Endeavour - Flight STS-118 (August 2007). International Space Station Crew - Expedition 23 and Expedition 24 (April 2010 to September 2010)
  147. astronaut
  148. astronaut
  149. Retired spacesuit technician for National Aeronautics and Space Administration, crew chief, and manager of the Space Shuttle Crew Escape Equipment Processing department. She is the first Black woman to serve in these roles
  150. American Female NASA Astronaut And Beobiologist. NASA Group 22 (2017- )
  151. astronaut
  152. Bob Carlton  (2)
    Member of NASA Mission Control
  153. Founder Armadillo Aerospace; team that won Lunar Lander Challenge
  154. American Former Female Newspaper Columnist And Local Television Host (Washington DC). Ex - Wife to Malcolm Scott Carpenter (Original Mercury 7 Astronaut). Support Group = Astronaut's Wives Club
  155. astronaut, lt. cmdr
  156. Physician, flight surgeon assigned to the Apollo 11 mission. He along with John Hirasaki were the only two people other than the Apollo 11 astronauts in the mobile quarantine facility
  157. astronaut (Skylab 4)
  158. British born US planetary geologist, born 1935. Worked on nearly every Mars planetary probe, including as the imaging team leader for the Viking missions. Worked on lunar mapping and geological aspects of the 1960's Apollo program
  159. Flight astronaut mse astronaut candidate
  160. American Female Space Enthusiast. Attended Numerous Space Camps And Visiting NASA Visitor Centers In 9 States
  161. Australian theoretical physicist, best known for his work on the properties of black holes in the Solar System
  162. Astronaut
  163. Astronomer, studies icy moons
  164. astronaut
  165. astronaut
  166. astronaut
  167. Flight astronaut ascan2004
  168. Space Exploration: Rocketdyne Division. Manager of the teams that built the Redstone, Jupiter, Thor, Atlas and Saturn rocket engines
  169. WWII PTO: USMC. Aircraft mechanic for the famous 'Cactus Air Force' at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. After the war, he worked for Rockwell; part of the team that designed the launch umbilical tower for the Saturn V rocket (Apollo 11)
  170. astronaut
  171. Member of National Inventors Hall of Fame
  172. astronaut, last man on the moon/Moonwalker
  173. Author, speaker & space journalist/author of 'Man on the Moon' a detailed description of Apollo missions to moon. Book formed basis of 'From the Earth to the Moon' a TV miniseries/worked at NASA/Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Viking project
  174. Astronaut ascan 1998
  175. astronaut
  176. Raja Jon Vurputoor Chari is an American test pilot and NASA astronaut candidate of the class of 2017
  177. astronaut
  178. Italian astronaut. Famous for his speed test with Michael Schumacher/F1 (He with a fighter plane-Schumiwith a Formula1 Ferraricar)
  179. Navy seal, born 1944, on the underwater dive team that recovered the Apollo 11 command module
  180. Astronaut
  181. 4-star General in the USAF who was also a NASA astronaut
  182. French astronaut
  183. Russian cosmonaut
  184. Flight aviator 1978 group 8 astronaut candidate
  185. Larry Clark  (3)
    Flight astronaut, canadian arrow
  186. American Former Female Astronaut And Flight Surgeon. Died In The Space Shuttle 'Columbia' Disaster (2003)
  187. American Former Female Engineer And NASA Astronaut. ' NASA Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate' (2005-2007). Missions In Space - 'STS-61-B Atlantis' (1985) And 'STS-30 on Space Shuttle Atlantis' (1989)
  188. French engineer and a CNES and ESA astronaut. He is a veteran of three NASA Space Shuttle missions
  189. Flight astronaut sts-53,59,76
  190. NASA astronaut (retired) STS 41D, 29, 39. Former director of Johnson Space Center
  191. American Former Female Aviator. Part of Mercury 13 NASA Testing. World Record For Non - Stop Long - Distance Flight (1959). World Light - Plane Speed Record (1959). World Altitude Record For Lightweight Aircraft Of 37,010 Feet (1960)
  192. NASA Astronaut (STS-56, 69, 80, 98, 111)
  193. Astrophysicist, worked on the Kepler and K2 projects searching for potential exo-planets
  194. astronaut
  195. Astronaut, the first female U.S. astronaut to command a spaceflight
  196. Command Module Pilot Apollo 11
  197. Larry Connor  (2)
    Member of crew for 1st all-private spaceflight AX-1,
  198. Apollo 12 moonwalker
  199. Thermal Insulation Technician on the Apollo 11 Lunar Module
  200. Mercury Astronaut, Colonel USAF
  201. Jamye Flowers Coplin worked in the astronaut office during the Apollo program. As a secretary to the astronauts, Coplin wrote their frequent travel orders, ran interference when outsiders wanted access & traveled with them to the Cape for launches
  202. Director of NASA's Langley Research Center, and Chairman of the Apollo 13 Review Board which investigated the explosion that occurred during the Apollo 13 spaceflight in 1970.
  203. Eastman Kodak engineer, worked on the camera team for NASA's Lunar Orbiters that photographed the moon, and mapped landing spots for the Apollo missions. Led to the first photo of the earth from the moon, a B&W grainy one, in 1966
  204. Physicist; studies star formations
  205. NASA astronaut (retired) Four space shuttle missions; last person to speak to the astronauts on Challenger before it exploded
  206. US Marine aviator, born 1936. Served as the recovery helicopter co-pilot for some early NASA Mercury flights, including first US man in space Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, and Ham the Chimp before the manned missions. Served in Vietnam also
  207. Flight aviator 1978 group 8 astronaut candidate
  208. astronaut
  209. astronaut
  210. Flight (astronaut)
  211. NASA astronaut (retired) Pilot of the first Space Shuttle Mission; Director of Kennedy Space Center 1992-1995
  212. The First woman Italian astronaut, crewmember of ISS Expedition 42/43, (November,2014 - June,2015)
  213. Astronomer
  214. Flight (astronaut)
  215. Payload Specialist
  216. Astronaut; the only American not on Earth during the tragedy of September 11th, 2001. He was on a 4 month long mission aboard STS-105 Discovery and took photos from space of the smoke that was seen in lower Manhattan where the Twin Towers had been hit
  217. astronaut on apollo 7 (oct. 11-22 1968)
  218. Former Chief Information Officer of NASA
  219. astronaut (STS-57,70,88,and scheduled for STS-109)
  220. Youngest Dutchman to space
  221. Rocket Scientist, 'Dr. Wernher Von Braun's NASA Team'
  222. NASA Test Pilot/One of twelve pilots who flew the North American X-15, an experimental spaceplane jointly operated by the Air Force and NASA. He was also selected for participation in the X-20 Dyna - Soar program
  223. Original "Operation Paperclip" Wernhervon Braun rocket scientist team born August 5, 1912. Deputy Manager of Saturn rocket program, rec'd NASA Exceptional Service Medal for successfully initiating development of the Saturn V rocket
  224. Mathematician, data analyst, and aeronautical engineer who devoted much of her 40-year career in aerodynamics at NASA researching supersonic flight and sonic booms. She is also featured in the book Hidden Figures
  225. Nasa Space Shuttle Astronaut (retired) STS 47,60, and STS 85
  226. Flight astronaut sts-47,60,85
  227. Belgian astronaute
  228. Flight astronaut mse astronaut
  229. Former NASA mission controller
  230. astronaut
  231. Author, businessman
  232. astronaut
  233. US Navy Test Pilot/NASA Astronaut
  234. Boeing Company engineer, born 1937. Worked on the Lunar Orbiter, mapping the moon for the Apollo program. Worked at a Madrid, Spain tracking station where he helped receive the first ever photo of the earth taken from the moon
  235. American astronomer who is best known as one of the pioneers in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, including the founding of SETI, mounting the first attempts at detecting extraterrestrial communications in 1961
  236. astronomer
  237. Flight astronaut sts-118
  238. Astronaut, Born Nov. 5, 1962
  239. NASA astronaut (retired) flew four space shuttle mission STS-45,57,72, and 92
  240. Apollo 16 Astronaut and moonwalker. Also the youngest Astronaut on the moon
  241. astronaut
  242. astronaut
  243. astronaut
  244. Flight astronaut sts-35,67
  245. Astronaut ascan 2004
  246. first black candidate for astronaut 1961
  247. a former cosmonaut who made five flights: Soyuz 27,Soyuz 39, Soyuz T-6, Soyuz T-12 and Soyuz T-13. In all he had spent 145 days, 15 hours and 56 minutes in space over these five missions
  248. Mexican-American electrical engineer, first woman of Mexican descent in space
  249. Flight astronaut sts-89
  250. Astronomer- Detected the 'WOW Signal' while working for SETI
  251. German rocket-propulsion engineer & advocate for space colonization/He worked at Peenemünde as a propulsion engineer from 1942-1945, then to USA with other German rocket scientists & technicians under 'Operation Papercli
  252. Apollo 7 astronaut
  253. Egyp/Amer scientist worked w/NASA in planning of scientific exploration of the Moon, & selection of Apollo landing sites & training of astronauts in lunar observations & photography. Shuttle pod named in Star Trek: The Next Generation 'Time Sq
  254. Flight aviator 1978 group 8 astronaut candidate
  255. James Ellis  (3)
    Flight aviator 1978 group 8 astronaut candidate
  256. Flight aviator 1967 group 6 astronaut candidate
  257. Astronaut
  258. Astronaut; X-15 Flight 138, X-15 Flight 143, X-15 Flight 153, ALT, STS-2, STS-51-I
  259. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  260. Astronaut
  261. Astronomer - exoplanet detection
  262. Apollo 17 astronaut
  263. German astronaut, 19 days in space
  264. French astronaut
  265. former NASA Astronaut
  266. American physicist and inventor who specializes in the field of gravity. He conceived the Lunar Laser Ranging Program
  267. Muhammed Ahmed Faris is a Syrian military aviator. He was the first Syrian and the second Arab in space
  268. Former cosmonaut from Hungary, first Hungarian in space, now president of Airlines Service & Trade Ltd. in Budapest
  269. Flight astronaut
  270. French astronaut
  271. Was the head of the Communications section at NASA starting with Apollo 9. Fendell would use a camera mounted on the Lunar Rover to perfectly capture the lunar liftoff of the Apollo 17 Lunar Module Challenger
  272. (7 February 1926 - 21 November 2009) was a Soviet cosmonaut and an eminent space engineer. Feoktistov also wrote several books on space technology and exploration. The Feoktistov crater on the Far Side of the Moon is named in his honor
  273. American Systems Engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory; gained brief media notoriety in August 2012, when he wore an unusual mohawk hairstyle during the Curiosity landing on Mars
  274. Astronaut
  275. Astronaut
  276. Soviet cosmonaut of Ukrainian descent (Born: 1928) He flew on the Soyuz 7 and Soyuz 16 missions. After leaving the space programme in 1982 he became the Deputy Director of the OKB in Kharkiv
  277. US WWII army vet (ETO, 287th Combat Engineers) and NASA engineer, born 1924. Project chief scientist and manager for Pioneer planetary missions 6-13. Pioneer 10 and 11 the first spacecrafts to Jupiter and Saturn, and the first to leave the solar system
  278. NASA/Apollo 11: Engineer who invented the 'barbecue roll' for rotating the flight capsule that balanced temperature while in flight, a maneuver that later saved Apollo 13
  279. Astronaut, Guest appearance Star Trek ENT
  280. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory - The longest-serving woman in NASA
  281. Astronaut
  282. astronaut first mother in space
  283. Flight astronaut sts-51L
  284. German cosmonaut
  285. Administrator of NASA/National Aeronautics and Space Administration who gained the approval of the Nixon Administration on January 5, 1972, to develop the Space Shuttle as the follow-on human space flight effort of the agency
  286. NASA - Director of the Armstrong Flight Research Center
  287. astronaut mir
  288. astronaut
  289. Astronaut Born March 29 1957
  290. astronaut (STS-105)
  291. Astronaut
  292. NASA - Flight Director (Orange flight) Apollo 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17 and Apollo-Soyuz Test Project
  293. Flight astronaut 1967 group 6 astronaut candidate
  294. NASA - Associate Administrator for the Exploration Systems Development (ESD) Directorate. Involved in Artemis I
  295. Astronaut
  296. NASA Ascent & Entry Flight Director - Artemis I
  297. Flight astronaut sts-45
  298. European Astronaut
  299. Slovak cosmonaut, pilot and Colonel
  300. research pilot at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edwards, California
  301. Research test pilot XB-60 & X-15 aircraft & other aircraft. Flew B-29 & B-50 which launched X-1 & X-2 rocket plane. 1966 became chief test pilot @ NASA Dryden Flight Research Facility where he tested X-15, 747 Shuttle Carri
  302. German physicist, astronaut. Flew on Shuttle mission STS 61-A. In college, helped dig the 'Tunnel 57' escape route under the Berlin Wall. Killed in an airshow crash in 1995
  303. Astronaut
  304. Former Payload Specialist Astronaut
  305. (1934-1968)Was a Russian-Soviet pilot and cosmonaut. He was the first human to journey into outer space, when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth on 12 April 1961. Was tragically killed in a plane crash on 3/27/68
  306. Astronomer
  307. NASA Astronaut
  308. astronaut
  309. NASA astronaut; two Space Shuttle missions, STS-27 (December 1988) and STS-35 (December 1990)
  310. Former U.S. Senator from Utah (1974-1993)
  311. Astronaut // Former President of the Canadian Space Agency // Chancellor of Carleton University in Ottawa // Member of the Canadian Parliament
  312. Astronaut' Skylab 3, STS-9, Spacelab 1, Brother to Space Traveler Richard Garriott de Cayeux
  313. Space Tourist, game designer, and programmer, Son to Astronaut Owen Garriott
  314. NASA astronaut (retired). Three space shuttle missions
  315. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  316. German astrophysicist. He was awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize for physics 'for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the centre of our galaxy', which he shared with Andrea Ghez and Roger Penrose
  317. astronaut
  318. European Space Agency astronaut and geophysicist
  319. American astronomer and professor. In 2020, she became the fourth woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, sharing one half of the prize with Reinhard Genzel (the other half of the prize being awarded to Roger Penrose)
  320. former NASA astronaut
  321. NASA astronaut (retired), five space shuttle flights
  322. Center Director 1978-1981/Acting Director-1977-1978 NASA Photo Director of the National Aeronautics & Space Administration's Dryden Flight Research Center, NASA's major field Center for flight testing of high speed aircraft and experimental vehicles.
  323. Cosmonaut
  324. Centenarian American advocate for people with disabilities and communication disorders. Widow of former astronaut and Senator John Glenn
  325. Former U.S. Senator from Ohio (1973-1999); First American to Orbit the Earth
  326. astronaut
  327. astronaut
  328. astronomer
  329. Flight (scientist)
  330. astronaut
  331. Soviet cosmonaut who was the research engineer on Soyuz 7
  332. gemini 11, apollo 12 astronaut
  333. Flight astronaut sts-91,99,108
  334. Former U.S. Astronaut
  335. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  336. Astronaut (NASA selection group 1965), he actually never flew into space, but earned his nickname 'Space Doc' due to his role as the Mercury Medical Flight Controller and through his space medicine research
  337. NASA astronaut (retired) three space shuttle missions. Bloodline/nephew of Charles Drew, inventor of blood bank; First African American to command a spaceflight
  338. astronaut
  339. Lead Flight Director Mission Control for 3 Lunar Landings
  340. 11th Administrator of NASA, American physicist and aerospace engineer, Former U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (2018 to 2020)
  341. nasa & x-15 broke the sound barrier'47
  342. David Griggs  (2)
    Stanley David Griggs (September 7, 1939 ? June 17, 1989) was a United States Navy officer and a NASA astronaut. He is credited with conducting the first unscheduled extra-vehicular activity of the space program during Space Shuttle mission STS-51-D.
  343. NASA - Deputy Director of the Armstrong Flight Research Center
  344. astronaut
  345. Mercury astronaut
  346. Rocket Scientist, 'Dr. Werner Von Braun's Team'
  347. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  348. Astronaut
  349. (March 1931 - 21 February 2015) was a Soviet cosmonaut who flew on two space flights: Soyuz 17 and Soyuz 28
  350. Astronaut - STS-59
  351. Astronaut and first Mongolian in space (1981)
  352. Retired Canadian astronaut who was the first Canadian to walk in space. An Engineer and former Royal Canadian Air Force fighter pilot, Hadfield has flown two space shuttle missions and served as commander of the International Space Station
  353. Astronaut
  354. astronaut
  355. French doctor and former astronaut, spent 25 days in space, probably living in France
  356. French astronaut
  357. Astronaut
  358. Astronomer/co-discoverer of the Hale-Bopp Comet
  359. Spaceflight Participant trainee
  360. Flight astronaut sts-65,74,83,94,101
  361. Flight astronaut sts-124
  362. Astronaut mse astronaut
  363. Computer scientist, systems engineer/Director of Software Engineering Division of MIT Instrumentation Laboratory, which developed on-board flight software for Apollo space program. Her team's work prevented abort of Apollo 11 moon landing
  364. Flight astronaut sts-39,64
  365. Author, illustrator, and also was an electronic instrument technician for NASA for 36 years
  366. Astronaut
  367. NASA astronaut
  368. former NASA astronaut
  369. Wife Tuskegee Airman/NASA's highest ranking black female in 1973 when she was fired for seeking equal opportunity for blacks at NASA/Author 'The Harlem Princess'
  370. Flight astronaut sts-41c
  371. American astronomer, author, and writer who was the first person to convince the mainstream science that the Earth had once been hit by a planet sized body (Thea), creating both the moon and the Earth's 23° tilt. He also has an asteroid named after hi
  372. American theoretical physicist and cosmologist. He is best known as the originator of the inflationary universe theory.He lives in the U.S.A
  373. Flight (Scientist)
  374. Vietnam vet, born 1943. Team leader of the UDT-11 frogmen who recovered the Apollo 11 Command Module. He opened the hatch and shook the hand of Neil Armstrong, the first out, welcoming him back home. He then scrubbed each astronaut with a disinfectant
  375. Astronaut; STS-7, STS-51A, STS-26
  376. Astronaut
  377. Astronaut
  378. US Marine, 2 Vietnam tours of duty. Stationed on the USS Hornet in 1969 during it's Apollo 11 recovery, served as a guard of the crew and later, the command module. Held a rifle at attention as Nixon welcomed the quarantined crew back
  379. American aeronautical engineer who worked on several development projects for Boeing and NASA, including serving a head of the Boeing Lunar Orbiter 1 team (wich produced the famous 'Earthrise' photograph)
  380. Ret. Lt. General of the United States Air Force and a former NASA astronaut. STS-54 (1993) ,STS-64 (1994) , STS-78(1996) ,STS-101 (2001) - ExpediciÃ-³n 2 (2001)
  381. (17 October 1926 - 5 October 1993) was an astronomer, NASA astronaut, space scientist, and professor at Northwestern University. He flew on Space Shuttle Challenger in July 1985. He was in the astronaut support crew for Apollo 15 & Skylab 4
  382. Former Payload Specialist Astronaut
  383. Former U.S. Astronaut
  384. Astronaut
  385. Polish cosmonaut / astronaut and the first Pole in space (1978)
  386. Flight astronaut sts-128
  387. American photojournalist, born 1927. Covered the Korean War, presidents, Krushchev, sports, NASA, and more. Named one of AP's Top 10 Civil Rights photographers. Took iconic photos of Rosa Parks' and Martin Luther King's arrests
  388. First native American astronaut (Indian) in space
  389. New York time's bestselling author. Author of Rocket Boys and October Sky. Father of Homer Hickam Jr
  390. Flight astronaut sts-39,49,65
  391. Astronaut
  392. Betty Hill  (2)
    UFO figure (1919-2004). Wife in the couple that claimed to have been abducted by aliens in 1961. The first widely reported alien abduction, it led to a popular book and TV movie
  393. NASA astronaut - Four space shuttle missions
  394. David Hinson  (2)
    Electrical Engineer - Global Mars Surveyor
  395. American mechanical engineer who worked for the United States' National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) during the Apollo 11 mission
  396. astronaut
  397. astronaut
  398. NASA Astronaut in Training
  399. 'Rocket Scientest' with Wernher Von Braun NASA Team!
  400. Flight (astronaut)
  401. former NASA astronaut
  402. Flight (astronaut)
  403. Flight astronaut no flight experience
  404. Astronaut
  405. Space Launch Systems Program Manager. Artemis I
  406. Astronaut
  407. Flight scientist
  408. American astronaut
  409. astronaut
  410. Retired NASA space engineer
  411. Astronomer
  412. NASA Orion Program Manager
  413. astronaut
  414. Is the first woman to have served as the Director of the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, a position which she held from 1994 to 1996. NASA Administrator since 1970. Now Retired from NASA. Worked for Dept. of Energy. Consultant on Apollo 13 film
  415. American space scientist. An astrochemist and space scientist, Huntress worked for about twenty years at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  416. astronaut
  417. astronaut
  418. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  419. Lunar astronaut/Moonwalker
  420. American billionaire businessman, pilot, and astronaut SpaceX Inspiration4
  421. Director-Are You Afraid Of The Dark?,The Astronauts
  422. Retired Soviet cosmonaut (Born: 1940) who flew as Flight Engineer on Soyuz 29 and Soyuz T-6, he spent 147 days, 12 hours and 37 minutes in space
  423. Anatoli Alekseyevich Ivanishin is a Russian cosmonaut. His first visit to space was to the International Space Station on board the Soyuz TMA-22 spacecraft as an Expedition 29 / Expedition 30 crew member, launching in November 2011 and returning in April
  424. (born July 2, 1940) Was the first Bulgarian cosmonaut. He was a member of the National Assembly of Bulgaria in 1990. He was a pilot in the Bulgarian Army and reached the rank of Major General
  425. astronaut (STS-32, 46, 62, and 81)
  426. Bulgarian cosmonaut / astronaut, member of the Sojus 33 mission
  427. A retired mechanical engineer. In 1965, Mr. Jacobs helped design a camera system that captured the rocket separations for the unmanned Apollo 6 launch, and it was the first time video captured the curvature of Earth from outer space
  428. US Navy vet, born 1943. Two tours of Vietnam. Navy Seal UDT recovery teams for Apollo 12 and Apollo 13
  429. Astronaut
  430. Retired Polish pilot, Colonel of the Polish Army and Cosmonaut Backup Cosmonaut of Miros?aw Hermaszewski
  431. Astronaut
  432. Professor of earth and planetary science and of astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley. He is best known for his work on the composition of the Earth and the behavior of materials under high temperatures and pressures
  433. 1st woman of color in space
  434. NASA - Director for Research & Engineering at the Armstrong Flight Research Center
  435. Former NASA Astronaut
  436. NASA astronaut (retired) flew on STS-72,81,97,115
  437. Apollo 11 recovery: Co-pilot of the helicopter that recovered Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins after their splashdown in the Pacific
  438. Designer Of Early NASA Space ProgramBorn in 1919
  439. Astronaut
  440. Astronaut
  441. 'Hidden Figure' African-American physicist and mathematician who made contributions to the US aeronautics and space programs with early application of digital electronic computers at NASA
  442. World War II veteran. Was a North American Aviation test pilot during the Apollo Program. After the Apollo 1 fire, Mr. Johnson was asked by his employer North American Aviation to enter another module and try to figure out what happened Born 18.4.1925
  443. NASA Apollo Engineer, born 1942. Flight Controller for the EMU (Space Suit) through Apollo 13. Helped design, analyze, and test the suits. NASA medical requirements led to his doctorate and career as a Seattle OB-GYN
  444. Melissa Jones  (4)
    Recovery Director - Artemis I
  445. was a United States astronaut
  446. astronaut
  447. Apollo structural engineer who began work on the program in 1963. He was one of five engineers in charge of constructing the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB), which still holds the record for largest single story building
  448. 1st German in Space
  449. NASA/MIT: Rendezvous Engineer; he worked on the rendezvous system, which was bringing the Lunar and Command Modules back together in orbit. The system was in use starting Apollo 7. Later worked at the Skylab and Space Shuttle programs
  450. Former Payload Specialist Astronaut
  451. Astronaut
  452. Boeing Company engineer, (NASA) Lunar Orbiter 1; 'Earthrise' photograph 23 August 1966; mapping the moon
  453. Astronaut. Shuttle missions STS-91, STS-99, STS-104
  454. US WWII Marine, born 1924. Served in the Battles of Guadalcanal and Tarawa. Worked under Werner von Braun in the 50s, absorbed into the newly formed NASA. Knew and worked with astronauts back to the original 7. Retired in 1985
  455. NASA Associate Deputy Administrator for Strategy and Policy
  456. astronaut
  457. US Senator Arizona; former NASA astronaut flew four space shuttle missions
  458. Flight astronaut sts-103
  459. a physician and former NASA astronaut
  460. NASA: Assistant Flight Controller Apollo 11; started during the Mercury program in 1963 and worked through the end of Apollo in the mid-1970s and on the Space Shuttle into the early 1980s
  461. astronaut
  462. Astronaut, doctor, navy seal
  463. Flight astronaut sts-126
  464. Belarusian-American rocket scientist (Born: 1910) In the mid-1950's he began his scientific activities in the field of astronautics. For 25 years he worked in the American space research program. He lives in Frankfurt-am-Main in Germany
  465. (born 10 July 1942) is a former Soviet cosmonaut and the first Belarusian to perform space travel. Klimuk made three flights into space:Soyuz 13,Soyuz 18,Soyuz 30
  466. NASA/MIT: Computer Programmer; coded, debugged and documented the navigation program P23, which the astronauts used to correct spacecraft drift between the earth and the moon
  467. Astronaut
  468. astronaut
  469. NASA scientist and leader in the design of several robotic deep-space planetary missions.He is also an author, game developer, lecturer,photographer and environmentalist
  470. ABMA/NASA. Joined the Werner von Braun rocket team in 1959. Worked on Mercury, Apollo, Skylab, and Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. Manning a console in the Firing Room for most of the Apollo launches, including Apollo 7 through 13
  471. Former Soviet cosmonaut (Born: 1930) Although he retired in 1983 without flying in space, he served non-flying assignments on several spaceflights
  472. Russian cosmonaut. Voskhod-1 & Soyuz-1. Died in the landing of Soyuz 1
  473. Russian female cosmonaut who was the third woman to travel to space and the first to make a long-duration spaceflight.She is now a member of the Russian parliament
  474. astronaut
  475. Physicist - NASA
  476. astronaut
  477. Flight astronaut backup ps spacelab
  478. Cosmonaut