This directory of Aerospace workers' personal e-mail addresses was created to allow you to look for and communicate with fellow space enthusiasts and co-workers without having to worry about abusing Government resources (unless, of course, you are sending e-mail from WORK...now cut that out!) :-D
If someone is not listed here, you can always look for their "official" e-mail at KSC's X-500 service. Maybe you are looking for a Russian Scientist? Listen to the Shuttle take off.
If you worked for the space program visit the KSC History Page and see if any of your coworkers registered there. You can register or contribute photos and video footage. Let your old coworkers know you are still with us.
What to look at if you think you got Fake E-Mail or a Fake Post. Someone posted something bad to my favorite newgroup, what should I do about it?.
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- George Atkins III - ohlucy (At) digital.net
- Richard O. (Rick) Ballard - Rick.Ballard (At) msfc.nasa.gov
Liquid Rocket Propulsion Engineer
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Space Transportation Directorate
Engine Systems Engineering Group
- clbest (At) digital.net -Home- http://digital.net/~clbest/
- D. M. Bishop, CM* - dmbishop (At) digital.net
*Distinctions: Certified Manager
Phone: 407-452-9261 Fax 407.453.2046
Work: 407-861-5704 Fax 407.861.1112
1. Rocket Ranch: United Space Alliance Technical Training Support
2. Tremante Corporation -- President, quality concrete, stone and stucco
3. Special Office Services (SOS) -- Owner/Operator, document preparation, resumes, fax services, etc.
- Christine Bushick - CBushick (At) aol.com
- Larry Caldwell - rcssurfer (At) aol.com. Configuration Analyst with UNITED SPACE ALLIANCE.
- Geoff Casner - gcasner (At) digital.net - Lead OEL Engineer for Space Shuttle Discovery. United Space Alliance, or whatever name our employer is using now. BSEE, BSChE.
- Jeff Coleman and Ben Patz - info (At) ctinet.net - Coleman Technologies, Inc. - Take a look at the Rocket Scientist Puzzler of the Month for a challenge.
- Keith Cowing, Biologist, space life scientist, former NASA civil servant (Manager of Pressurized Payload Accomodations, Space Station Freedom Program Office), WWW provider: creator of: NASA Watch, and the Astrobiology Web. Email: kcowing (At) reston.com
- Mark Crafts - mcrafts (At) digital.net
- Michael Dalton - mdalton (At) BJRnet.com
NASA Engineer at the Kennedy Space Center. Currently involved in Advanced Software Development and the New Launch Processing System. Graduate of Florida Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Space Sciences (1978) and Master of Science, Space Technology (1985). Webmaster of http://www.BJRnet.com.
- Robert D. Deem - rdeem (At) digital.net - UNIX, Windows NT, MS Mail and Oracle System/DB Adminstration for LMSO Program Office and NASA TM - at KSC 19 years......
- Verla "Peb" Elliott - peb (At) graphic-mac.com - Illustrator, Graphic Artist and Web designer. A veteran of 10+ years at KSC and 5 years U.S. Navy, now operating an 8(a), Small, Disadvantaged, Woman, Veteran owned graphics service performing subcontracting assignments for government agencies. http://www.graphic-mac.com
- Karen Freiberg - Lifeform (At) bigfoot.com - KSC IWCS/SPDMS Release Processing. BA in Liberal Studies, 1978, San Jose State University. Employed by Lockheed (aka LMSC, LSOC, USA) continuously (at one location or another) since 1982.
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- Bill Gawne - gawne (At) pha.jhu.edu - http://www.pha.jhu.edu/~gawne/
Bill Gawne is responsible for the operation of the science instruments aboard the Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE). Bill has been involved with astronomy in one form or another for many years, starting in 1966 with an Astronomy merit badge. His current assignment takes him into the realm of high energy astrophysics. Bill's previous experiences include 4 years with the Hubble Space Telescope science operations team, and teaching at the University of North Texas and the University of Oklahoma.
- Steve Gordon - http://home.cfl.rr.com/gordonsl/
Works for UTC, P&W, USBI Co. Launch Support Services KSC, FL.
Member of Space Shuttle test and launch team.
- Barney F. Gorin - barneygorin (At) goventures.biz
Barney F. Gorin, PE. I am a propulsion engineer specializing in spacecraft secondary propulsion systems and teach a short course on the subject. I am also available as a consultant for assignments ranging from design development and proposal writing through hardware integration to (but hopefully not) failure investigation.
Details of my background and short course are available on request.
- Ted Hartselle - ChromoQuarkSpark (At) aol.com - Senior Engineering Specialist - External Tank Cryogenics - CLOX Fueling Engineer for the space shuttle external tank main propulsion system since STS-1, now for the United Space Alliance at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
- Libby Hediger - lhedlger (At) HiWAAY.net Or at work Lisa.Hediger (At) msfc.nasa.gov. Be sure to visit Libby's Basket of (vague) clues for a change of pace. Lisa Hediger (Libby) manages the Nondestructive Evaluation Development Labs at the Marshall Space Flight Center.
- David M. Henson - dhenson (At) gnc.net - I have worked in the manned spacecraft launch operations world for 30 years; Apollo 14 on, Skylab, ASTP, then to Shuttle design work, and starting in 1977 back to launch operations this time for the Space Shuttle. I worked the OMS/RCS system for 3 years then into the TPE world of engineering integration. I am a member of the prime launch team.
- Brett A. Hoffstadt - iz096 (At) cleveland.freenet.edu - Staff Scientist, SAIC, Computational Fluid Sciences Group (Valley Forge, PA) Focusing on supersonic and hypersonic aerodynamics, re-entry vehicle, projectile, and missile aerodynamics and climatic modelling for bio/nuclear contamination. M.S. Aerospace Engineering degree from Penn State University with research focusing on anaylsis and design of winglets for sailplanes.
- Kennedy Space Center Fire and Rescue (the spaceport firefighters) http://home.cfl.rr.com/kscfire/ is an unnoficial KSC firefighters page. This is the team that saves our necks when we need them.
- Sharon and Nick Kindred - KindredN (At) SpaceCoast.net - Space Coast Parent
- Will Marchant - kc6rol (At) amsat.org - http://home.earthlink.net/~willmarchant
Works on amateur radio on ISS, amateur radio on shuttle (SAREX), working on a master's degree in space studies, does turtle and fishing vessel interaction study using satellite tracking for Smithsonian Institution and the World Wildlife Fund.
- Jonathan McDowell - jcm (At) urania.harvard.edu - http://hea-www.harvard.edu/QEDT/jcm/jmcdowell.html
Jonathan McDowell works on the Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility at the AXAF Science Center, and carries out research on quasars with HST, ROSAT and ISO; he's also interested in all kinds of technical history of the space program and keeps the community up to date with JSR.
- Rhonda J. McNulty - azure (At) AutomationNET.com is a Mechanical Engineer with ten years experience in the Automation Industry who also started the very cool AutomationNET database of 1200+ Engineering companies.
- Pat - prb (At) clark.net
- Anonymous - Worked at JSC as a sim instructor and blew up simulated shuttle missions on a daily basis. A couple of very humorous stories about our anonymous conributor (he is the main character). My Dad is a Rocket Scientist and The vacuum.
- Michael L. Myrick - mmyrick (At) iu.net- Twelve years engineering experience in spacecraft launch processing (Space Shuttle Orbiter auxiliary power unit, hydraulic, and water spray boiler systems). Performed checkout, troubleshooting, repair and servicing of electrical, mechanical, and fluid elements of both flight hardware and GSE. Experience with hypergolic propellants (N2H4) and SCAPE ops. Eight years experience in airborne multispectral remote sensing. Space interests include CATS-related issues, space history, and high power rocketry. Volunteer, US Air Force Space Museum.
- Charles Pierce - cpierce (At) hiwaay.net - AST, Liquid Propulsion Systems, Propulsion Laboratory, NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center (A wayward KSC NASA OMS/RCS Engineer). Design and test rocket motors 60K for X-34 (for example).
- Kevin Poe - rocket (At) labs.net - http://www.labs.net/rocket
Worked on Main Propulsion System of the Space Shuttle at KSC for over five years. I then spent the next year performing software assessments of the Space Shuttle and the yet to be launched Cassini space probe and authoring NASA web pages. I am currently working with a team to design and install a central computer control system on a boat (yes you can utilize all your KSC experience in the private sector.)
(Do you watch Blue's Clues?)
- Doug Rewinkel - rewinkel (At) yahoo.com - Cryogenically inclined. Supporting NASA at MSFC in Huntsville, AL http://knology.net/~rewinkel/
- Brian Roberts - bjr (At) po.cwru.edu - http://www.efn.org/~bjr
Aerospace Engineering student, Case Western Reserve University and University of Maryland College Park
address: 3658 Shields Road
Canfield, OH 44406-9504
- Roy Uyematsu - RoyStarman (At) aol.com
- Gus Whiton - gwhiton (At) sysplan.com Nuclear rocket study/analysis (ORION, NERVA, POODLE, others) MSFC, 1960's.
- Mike Winner - mwinner (At) digital.net - SSME Avionics Engineering, Servicing and Launching "American Made" Rocket Motors
- Edgar Zapata - edzapata (At) digital.net
NASA, KSC Shuttle Vehicle Engineering
External Tank Fluids and Cryo LO2 Systems Engineer
edgar.zapata (At) digital.net
Working to launch the Shuttle and to positively influence the planning and design of future space transportation. This includes SSTO/RLV/X-33 and HRST. Shuttle today. Pass the knowledge along. Tomorrow, routine, affordable access to space - and beyond.
- Roger Balettie - RamjetFDO (At) aol.com - http://members.aol.com/ramjetfdo - Former FDO officer and now with Applied Research Laboratories at The University of Texas at Austin
- bramble (At) relia.net - WWW - The BrambleVine - http://www.relia.net/~bramble/
- Mark Goll - http://web.wt.net/~markgoll/ - The fearless leader of a group of amatuers and enthusiasts who have formed a company to build the worlds safest rocket engine (3000 Lbs. thrust, successfully ground tested October 7th, 1995) on a shoe string budget on the launch vehicle "NEMESIS". This is rocket science the old fashion way. He has written a freeware Multistage Rocket modeling program written in BASIC. They have launched Nemesis.
- Ken Hollis - gandalf (At) digital.net - Previously a Main Propulsion System - Space Shuttle Main Engine Senior Engineer at United Space Alliance, Kennedy Space Center Florida. A little more about me with some pictures.
- Chris Hooper - spacewex (At) mad.scientist.com - Aerospace Engineer, also with an MBA in Aviation, currently pursuing a Masters of Engineering in Space Operations at NASA's Johnson Space Center.
Work with the United Space Alliance , for NASA, on Space Shuttle Flight Simulations at the Applications Engineering Department. have also worked as an aeronautical engineer before. Of course , I love jet engines, rockets and all propulsion systems.
- Christy L. Lawson - cllaws01 (At) romulus.spd.louisville.edu - http://www.spd.louisville.edu/~cllaws01/
- Blake J. Leonard - bjl (At) airmail.net Design Engineer on the Lockheed-Martin F-22 in Fort Worth, TX.
- David Pearce - dpearce (At) den.mmc.com - Atlas launch vehicle Structures Designer. Was lead engineer on the design of the Atlas IIAS sustainer tank (first stage tank).
- Glen E. Swanson - gswanson (At) vixa.voyager.com - Quest home page - http://www.mcs.net/~rusaerog/quest/quest.html - Editor/Publisher, QUEST: THE MAGAZINE OF SPACEFLIGHT. Technical Writer/Proposal Coordinator, Smiths Industries Aerospace DSNA
- Mary Beth Upjohn - Mary Beth Upjohn-SpaceHic19 (At) hotmail.com - A A/AE major at Purdue University where I enjoy participating in SEDS, Pugwash, painting, writing songs, and relaxing with my buds. I am originally from Sacramento, California but now call West Lafayette, IN home.
- Aleksey K. Alekseev - aleksey.alekseev (At) relcom.ru - I graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1979). I am "Senior researcher" in department of aerodynamics and heat transfer (RSC "ENERGIA", Kaliningrad). I took part in development of "Energia" launcher. Research interests: Numerical heat transfer, Aerothermophysics, thermal protection, Inverse Heat Transfer Problems, Inverse Convection Problems.
- Ashot W Bakunts - ashot (At) ibs.msk.su - http://digital.net/~gandalf/ashot.html
I am also currently a researcher at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and I have accumulated over 8 years of experience in aerospace science and engineering, including such projects as the "Buran" space shuttle, as well as various other next-generation programs.
My academic background, work experience, tri-lingual skills, personal interests, multi-cultural background and ability to learn quickly could be efficient in research and development, engineering, establishing links with industry and maintain an awareness of industry needs, collaboration with research organizations, etc.
- Mikhail Baskov - Mikhail.Baskov (At) Boeing.com - Graduated from Bauman Moscow State Technical University - Spacecraft and Upper Stages Department. Working for Boeing Operations International in civil aviation business as a manager in airline analysis.
- Pierre Oppetit - poppetit (At) spacelinks.com - Over twenty years of experience in satellite integration, test and operations gained at Intelsat, Matra Marconi and Inmarsat. Was the Mission Director for all the Inmarsat launches. Currently director of the Spacelinks Limited consulting company. Keeper of the Space Careers website, the ultimate resource for finding a job in the space industry (http://www.spacelinks.com/SpaceCareers/)
I would like to encourage any input to this page (e-mail addresses, WWW URL's, etc.), but if you wish to keep your userid semi-private, you might want to consider disclosing only enough information that only your fellow workers would recognize you (using cryptic Three Letter Acronyms works for me :-)). I will prefer the input to be a small paragraph (so that I don't run out of room on my user at digital.net). If it is much more than a page, you might consider creating your own WWW page, allowing you to show your creativity to the world.
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"I try not to let myself get involved in my personal life ... it's just too messy" - Garibaldi (Security) Babylon 5
People like to belive they control their life in a logical and orderly fashion. Reality is that major life defining events like marriage and jobs are almost purely random events. - Ken Hollis
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