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LINDSAY MEMORIAL COLLOQUIUM-MICHAEL J. MUMMA, GODDRAD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER

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Description: LINDSAY MEMORIAL COLLOQUIUM-AWARD RECIPIENT(S), LECTURER , GUESTS.
MICHAEL J. MUMMA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER. John C. Lindsay Memorial Award for Space Scienc. To recognize the Goddard employee who best exhibits the qualities of broad scientific accomplishments in the area of Space Science. This award commemorates the launch of the first Orbiting Solar Observatory on March 7, 1962, which was a great accomplishment of Dr. Lindsay’s and those who worked with him.

Photographer: BILL HRYBYK

Date: 6/5/2009

Job Number: 2009-01727-0

Preservation Copy: .tif
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