NAL-JSC will post historic data and information for people who are interested in what happened in the early days of the space program on this page.
- Johnson Space Center History
- Apollo Furnishings Report and Visitor Experience Plan 2015
- A Journey to the Moon Through Texas
http://www.texasarchive.org/a_journey_to_the_moon/all_films/ - See more at: https://www.nal-jsc.org/front#sthash.GtSrhb8L.dpu
http://www.texasarchive.org/a_journey_to_the_moon/all_films/ - See more at: https://www.nal-jsc.org/front#sthash.GtSrhb8L.d
- National Air and Space Museum (NASM) oral history files
- Oral histories collected from Guy Thibodaux, Max Faget, Paul Purser
- Oral Histories from the Pioneers of the America's Space Program
NAL had a total of four events coordinated by the JSC Knowledge Management Office (Now headed by Irene E. Kaye who can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. She is suppported by Julie Barnes-Gober who can be reached at email@example.com. These meetings were huge successes.
The events were:
- Propulsion from Apollo to Shuttle
- Electric Power
- Flight Planning
- Apollo Recollections
Donate Your Papers and Records
NASA maintains an archive of historical information at UHCL, which is managed and administered by archivist, Lauren Meyers. Ms. Meyers would appreciate having your personal papers for the archive. No preparation on your part is required – Ms. Meyers and her staff will receive your donation of your papers and records, will go through them carefully to remove any items of a private nature to return to you (such as personnel documents), will systematize your records and keep them in a form that can be accessed by historians and researchers, and by your family and descendants in the future. You can contact Lauren Meyers at Archives@UHCL.edu or you can call her office at 281-283-3936.
The NAL is beginning a lending library of aerospace books that have been contributed by members. These books span the age of all our programs - Mercury to today. These books are stored at Tietronix Software on Gemini Ave. Check here to see the current list of books. You will also see how to check out a book. Normal checkout time is two weeks.
If you have other space related technical books that are still sitting on your shelves and no one wants them, the NAL Library does. Call Frank Hughes at 281-404-7259 to see if you can take a tax deduction from your contribution.