DESTINATION MOON: A History of the Lunar Orbiter Program
 
 
Chapter 4 notes
 
 
 
1. Recorded interview with Thomas R. Costello, Aerospace Group, The Boeing Company, Washington, D.C., July 9, 1970.
 
2. OSSA Review( Lunar Orbiter Program Status Report, January 23, 1964.
 
3. Boeing Company biographical note on Robert J. Helberg.
 
4. Boeing Company biographical note on George H. Hage.
 
5. Boeing Company biographical note on Carl A. Krafft.
 
6. Memorandum from Associate Administrator for Space Science and Applications to Division Directors, Office of Space Science and Applications, November 1, 1963.
 
7. Letter from Dr. Eberhardt Rechtin, Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency, Washington, D.C., to Dr. Eugene M. Emme, NASA Historian, November 18, 1969, with comments on manuscript "Lunar Orbiter: A Preliminary History" (HHN 71).
 
8. OSSA Review Lunar Orbiter Program Status Report, January 23, 1964.
 
9. Status of Lunar Orbiter Program for possible use in OSSA Review, February 24, 1964.
 
10. "Boeing to Build Lunar Orbiter," Aviation Week & Space Technology, Vol. 79, No. 27 (December 30, 1963), p. 22.
 
11. "NASA Explains Choice of Boeing Over Hughes in Lunar Orbiter Award," Missiles and Rockets, Vol. 14, No. 10 (March 9, 1964),p. 13.
 
12. Memorandum from Earl D. Hilburn, Deputy Associate Administrator for Industry Affairs, to Edgar M. Cortright, Deputy Associate Administrator for Space Science and Applications, March 29, 1964.
 
13. On March 8, 1963, NASA had announced the selection of the Northrop Corporation for industrial support on Ranger Blocks III and IV and as contractor for producing Ranger Block V spacecraft (see Aviation Week, March 18, 1963). On December 13, 1963, NASA Headquarters directed JPL to terminate all activities with the Ranger Block V (see NASA Astronautics and Aeronautics, 1963, p. 477). Following this, Northrop began a technology transfer study (see Northrop Space Laboratories, Technology Utilization Review and Analysis, Final Report, Vol. II, NSL 64-192, September 1964).
 
14. Memorandum from Edgar M. Cortright. to Earl D. Hilburn., April 8, 1964.
 
15. Ibid., p. 2.
 
16. Ibid.
 
17. Memorandum from Dr. Homer E. Newell, Associate Administrator for Space Science and Applications, to Dr. Robert Seamans, Associate Administrator of NASA, March 19, 1964.
 
18. Memorandum from Lt. Col. Clifton E. James, USAF Office of Space Systems, to the Under Secretary of the Air Force, February 26,1964, p. 1.
 
19. Ibid., P. 3.
 
20. Memorandum., Newell to Seamans, March 19, 1964.
 
21. J. R. Hall (ed ), TDS Final Report, Tracking and Data System Report Series for Lunar Orbiter Project, Vol. I, Support Summary (608 15), Jet Propulsion Laboratory, September 1, 1969, p.1-1.
 
22. Letter, Rechtin to Emme, November 18, 1969.
 
23. Ref.: (a) Memorandum to NASA Code S. Attention: Homer E. Newell, from Langley Director., Subject: Request for Addi tional Support for Lunar Orbiter from JPL, dated April 2, 1964, dictated by Crabill (LRC), April 20, 1964.
 
24. OSSA Review, Lunar Orbiter Status Report, May 5, 1964.
 
25. OSSA Review, Lunar Orbiter Program Status Report, March 26, 1964, pp. 1-2.
 
26. Plans for Lunar Orbiter Data Acquisition and Analysis, Lunar Orbiter Program Office, March 20, 1964, pp. 1-2.
 

 
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