Goddard Scientific Colloquium - List of Speakers

*Lindsay Lecture
&Nordberg Lecture
DATE FIRST LAST INSTITUTE TITLE - Talks through the end of 1999-2000 series
01/29/88 Michael F. A'Hearn U. Maryland Scientific Results from Halley's Comet
03/19/71 George O. Abell UC-Los Angeles Critical Discussion of the Extra-Galactic Distance Scale
11/12/76 Philip H. Abelson Carnegie-GL World Energy During the Next Two Decades
02/18/66 Philip H. Abelson Carnegie-GL Origin of Life in the Solar System
10/28/94 Marc Abrahams MIT The Best From the Journal of Irreproducible Results
05/01/92 Helmut Abt Kitt Peak Nat. Obs. Contemporary & Future Scientific Publication & Data Distribution
03/19/93 Loren Acton Lockheed Palo Alto X Ray Movies of the Sun
11/19/82 Mario Acuna GSFC Saturn's Magnetosphere: Interaction with Saturn's Moons
05/15/98 Mario Acuna GSFC Magnetic Mars
02/18/2000 Mario  Acuna GSFC Update on Mars Magnetism 
11/05/93 Robert Adair Yale The Physics of Baseball
09/16/66 Robert Adair Yale Quarks
02/06/70 Isidore Adler GSFC Summary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Sample Analyses
01/27/67 Isidore Adler GSFC Scientific Lunar Exploration--Wherefore and Where To?
05/05/67 Yakir Aharonov Yeshiva, NY Superselection Rules
02/07/92 Daniel Albritton NOAA Aeronomy Lab Greenhouse Effect: What We Know & Don't Know, How We'll Learn More
10/07/94 Charles Alcock Lawrence Livermore Microlensing and MACHOS
05/09/75 Joseph K. Alexander GSFC New Vistas in Planetary Radio Astronomy
03/04/77 Shelton S. Alexander Penn State Crustal Structure of Eastern U.S. and Location of Nuclear Reactors
01/07/77 Hannes Alfven UC-San Diego The Evolution of the Solar System
09/21/73 Hannes Alfven UC-San Diego Space Research and the Origin of the Solar System
12/08/78 Clarence R. Allen Caltech Advances in Earthquake Hazard Evaluation
04/10/70 Lawrence H. Aller UC-Los Angeles Planetary Nebulae
02/18/94 Richard Alley Penn State Abrupt Climate Changes in Greenland
01/08/82 Walter Alvarez UC-Berkeley Death of the Dinosaurs
03/15/68 Edward Anders Chicago Ages, Orbits, and Origin of Meteorites
03/29/85 James Anderson Harvard Stratospheric Research: From Description to Prediction
03/05/93 Philip Anderson Princeton High Temperature Superconductivity
06/05/92 Don L. Anderson* Caltech Plumes, Plates, and Deep Earth Structure
09/14/79 Robert Annan Dept. of Energy Toward a Solar Future
10/02/81 John O. Annexstad Johnson Space Ctr. The Antarctic Meteorites: Search and Discovery
04/15/94 Stuart Anstis UCal/San Diego To Understand Visualization, It Helps to Understand Vision
02/16/90 John R. Apel APL Mapping the Ocean Surface with Imaging Radars
09/27/74 John R. Apel NOAA-Miami Ocean Science from Space: Air, Earth, Fire, and Now Water
12/12/75 James R. Arnold UC-San Diego Meteorites and the Origin of the Solar System
04/30/71 Halton C. Arp Hale Obs. Quasars, Galaxies and Redshifts
12/14/84 Richard Ascione NIH Genetics of Cancer
09/24/71 R. Grant Athay Boulder-HAO Recent Developments in Solar Atmospheric Physics
05/14/93 David Atlas GSFC Footprints of Storms in Sea: View from Spaceborne Syn.Aper.Radar
02/17/78 David Atlas GSFC From Angels to CAT
04/23/99 Robert Atlas (Joint) GSFC Use of Satellite Observations in Support of Weather and Short-Term Climate Prediction
11/03/92 Norman Augustine Martin Marietta SPACEFLIGHT: Lessons of Past & Opportunities of Next Millennium
05/19/86 W. Ian Axford ESA First Results from the Giotto Encounter with Comet Halley
12/12/69 W. Ian Axford UC-San Diego The Polar Wind
04/06/90 George Backus UC-San Diego The Magnetic Jerk of 1970: Geophysical Evidence and Implications
10/08/93 Frances Bagenal Univ. Colorado The Peculiar Role of Io in the Magnetosphere of Jupiter
12/06/96 Jonathan Bagger Johns Hopkins The Problem of Mass
03/14/97 John Bahcall Inst. Adv. Study Solar Neutrinos
05/08/92 John N. Bahcall Princeton-IAS How Does the Sun Shine?
04/27/79 John N. Bahcall Princeton-IAS Solar Neutrinos
11/16/84 Neta A. Bahcall STScI Superclusters and the Large Scale Structure of the Universe
05/28/93 Per Bak Brookhaven Self Organized Criticality
10/13/89 Daniel F. Baker GSFC Magnetospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Research
03/04/94 Victor Baker Univ. Arizona Oceans on Mars
04/11/75 Ralph B. Baldwin Oliver Mach. The Moon--Before and After Apollo
12/01/95 Sallie Baliunas Harvard-Smithsonian Solar Variability and Global Climate Change
01/25/80 Robert Ballard Woods Hole Viewing the Ocean Bottom
03/04/83 Thomas F. Banchoff Brown The Fourth Dimension and Computer Animated Geometry
04/16/82 William R. Bandeen GSFC Early Meteorological Observations from Space
05/31/96 Bradley Barber AT&T Lucent Labs Sonoluminescence: Light from Sound
05/04/90 Tim Barnett Scripps Can We Detect the Greenhouse Gas Signal in the World's Oceans?
11/21/97 John Baross U. Washington Life at the Bottom of the Ocean
03/01/68 Alan H. Barrett MIT Masers & Mysterium--Observations of Interstellar Hydroxyl Radicals
09/16/77 Eric C. Barrett UK-Bristol Improved Rainfall Assessment w/ Conventional Sources & Satellites
11/08/96 Eric Barron Penn State Predicting Changes in River Basin Hydrology...
10/05/84 Eric Barron Boulder-NCAR Climate Change over the Million Year Time Scale
03/02/73 Charles A. Barth Boulder-UC Mariner 9 UV Measurements of Mars
05/24/96 Gibor Basri U.Cal. Berkeley Brown Dwarfs for Real
05/06/88 Maria Bastillo Genetics/IVF Inst. New Frontiers in Assisted Human Reproduction
10/20/67 Louis J. Battan Arizona Weather Modification: Past and Present
12/15/78 Siegfried J. Bauer GSFC First Results from the Pioneer Venus Missions
03/29/74 Siegfried J. Bauer GSFC The Ionospheres of the Planets
11/18/66 Donald Beattie NASA HQ Post-Apollo Lunar Exploration
01/25/85 Charles Beichman JPL Extragalactic Sources in the IRAS Survey
01/17/69 P. R. Bell Manned Spacecraft C Evidence for Water on the Moon
04/11/80 Peter M. Bell Carnegie-GL Ultra High Pressure Experiments--Application to Earth and Planets
02/09/68 Michael J. S. Belton KPNO Clouds on Venus
04/23/71 Carl S. Benson Alaska Polar Glaciology and Ice Fog
05/21/82 Edward R. Benton Boulder-UC Earth's Core: Clues to the Origin of its Magnetic Field
11/01/68 Peter G. Bergmann Syracuse Theories of Gravitation
12/08/89 Richard B. Bernstein UCLA Arranging Collisions Between Molecules and Surfaces
03/10/99 Giovanni Bignami Italian Space Agency Comets, Planets, and the Sky: Italy's Roots in Space
09/15/78 Giovanni F. Bignami Italy-Milan Gamma Ray Astronomy Revisited: from Our Galaxy to Other Galaxies
01/09/76 John Billingham Ames Research Ctr. Interstellar Communication and Project Cyclops
11/16/90 Robert Bindschadler GSFC Stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
03/18/88 Richard P. Binzel PSI-Tucson A New Look at Pluto
10/31/75 Thomas J. Birmingham GSFC Jupiter's Magnetosphere in Light of Pioneers 10 and 11
05/20/66 Amasa S. Bishop AEC Roadblocks in the Path of Controlled Fusion
04/23/93 David Black Lunar & Plan.Inst. Planets of Other Stars
04/08/66 Jacques E. Blamont France-NCSR Dynamics of the Lower Ionosphere
02/02/90 Roger D. Blandford Caltech Gamma-Ray Burst Models
02/16/68 Robert C. Bless Wisconsin Ultraviolet Stellar Astronomy
03/02/90 Leo Blitz U. Maryland The Bar in the Center of the Galaxy
05/29/98 John Blondin North Carolina State Supercomputer Simulations of Gas Flows in Binary Star Systems
03/06/92 Howard B. Bluestein U. Oklahoma Tornadoes in the Southern Plains: Visual Obs. & Meteorolog. Meas.
02/03/67 Harry Blum AFCRL Processes in Perception
09/17/99 Baruch Blumberg Astrobiology Institute The Discovery of the Hepatitis B Virus and the Invention of a Vaccine to Prevent Cancer
01/07/2000 Martin Blume Amer. Phys. Soc. The Physical Review and Scientific Publishing: Past and Future
09/08/78 Albert Boggess GSFC Observing with IUE (International Ultraviolet Explorer)
03/03/2000 Craig Bohren Penn State U. Green Thunderstorms
05/11/90 Craig Bohren Penn State All That's Best of Dark and Bright (Atmospheric Optics)
04/27/73 Bart J. Bok Arizona The Birth of Stars
05/12/67 Bart J. Bok Arizona The Spiral Structure of Our Galaxy
03/31/78 Elihu A. Boldt GSFC The New Era in X-Ray Astronomy
12/11/98 Howard Bond Space Telescope Sci. Inst. Planetary Nebulae with Hubble Space Telescope
04/15/88 Roger Bonnet ESA-Paris Fundamental Science & Space Science within the Horizon 2000 Progrm
10/22/93 Dan Boone Wilderness Society Old Growth Forests
02/07/75 Jan Borgman Netherl.-Groningen First Results from the Astronomical Netherlands Satellite
03/17/78 Jay P. Boris NRL Uses of High-Speed Computers for Simulating Physical Systems
10/31/86 Thomas J. Bouchard U. Minnesota Identical Twins Reared Apart: How Similar are They?
02/11/66 Robert Bourdeau GSFC The Earth's Ionosphere
10/24/69 Sidney Bowhill Illinois The Chemistry of the Lower Ionosphere
03/17/95 Mark Bowick Syracuse Cosmic Cracks in Liquid Crystals--the Universe in a Drop
12/12/86 Stuart Bowyer UC-Berkeley The Cosmic Far Ultraviolet Background
12/14/79 Larry H. Brace GSFC Solar Wind Interactions w/ Venus Ionosphere--Pioneer Venus Orbiter
01/19/79 Hale V. D. Bradt MIT Black Holes, Neutron Stars, Quasars: SAS-3 & HEAO-1 X-Ray Astronm.
02/15/80 John C. Brandt GSFC The Plasma Tails of Comets: How They Come and Go
04/04/86 John C. Brandt GSFC First Spacecraft Results from Halley's Comet
02/02/73 John C. Brandt GSFC Rock Art Astronomy
09/27/85 John C. Brandt GSFC The ICE Encounter with Comet Giacobini-Zinner
12/04/70 Lewis M. Branscomb NBS A National Policy for Applied Science
03/09/84 Kenneth Brecher GSFC & Boston Coll. Which Came First---the Universe or the Laws of Physics?
11/04/83 Francis P. Bretherton Boulder-NCAR Oceanography from Space
01/15/93 Francis P. Bretherton Wisconsin Sources of Uncertainty in Predictions of Global Warming
05/27/88 Robin Brett USGS-Reston Field Trip to a Mid-Ocean Ridge
01/12/68 Neil M. Brice Cornell Magnetospheric Substorms, Van Allen Radiation, & the Polar Aurora
02/12/82 Alan H. Bridle NRAO-NM Jets in Radio Galaxies
02/19/71 Stanley J. Brodsky Stanford The Present and Future State of Quantum Electrodynamics
01/12/79 Wallace S. Broecker Columbia Carbon Dioxide, the Oceans and Climate
10/04/68 Wallace S. Broecker Columbia-Lamont Glacial Cycles and Their Causes
11/19/93 Wally Broecker Lamont-Doherty Geo. What Do Paleoclimatic Data Tell Us About Expected Future Climate
03/13/98 Clint Brooks NSA Cryptography
02/04/72 Stephen G. Brush Maryland Relations Between Planetary Science & "Pure" Science in 19th Cent.
05/15/70 Reid A. Bryson Wisconsin Our Changing Climate
02/05/93 Philip Bucksbaum Michigan Atoms in Really Intense Light
03/25/77 Edward Bullard UC-San Diego Origin of the Earth's Magnetic Field
04/05/68 E. Margaret Burbidge UC-San Diego The Spectra of Quasi-Stellar Objects
05/10/74 E. Margaret Burbidge UC-San Diego The Redshift Controversy
10/22/76 Geoffrey Burbidge UC-San Diego Confrontation of Cosmological Theories with Observational Data
06/14/85 E. Margaret Burbidge* UC-San Diego Radio Galaxies, Quasars and Jets
09/19/86 Bernard F. Burke MIT Gravitational Lenses
03/12/71 Bernard F. Burke MIT Long-Baseline Interferometry
05/09/97 Kevin Burke Univ. Houston The African Plate and Small Scale Convection...
12/01/89 Kevin C. Burke Nat.Acad.Sciences The Origin of Mountains
09/30/77 Kevin C. Burke SUNY-Albany Continents in Collision: Tibet and the Himalayas
05/01/98 Joann  Burkholder North Carolina State Pfiesteria Piscicida, Killer of Fish
03/23/84 Leonard F. Burlaga GSFC A Voyage through the Heliosphere
02/11/77 Leonard F. Burlaga GSFC Magnetic Fields and Winds in Interplanetary Space
05/28/99 Jocelynn Bell Burnell Open U./Princeton In Pursuit of Pulsars
09/24/93 David Burstein Arizona St. Univ. Dark Matter, Galaxies, and the Universe
04/02/76 W. Butler Burton NRAO-Greenbank Is There a Basic Spiral Pattern in Our Galaxy?
04/23/99 Antonio  Busalacchi (Joint) GSFC Use of Satellite Observations in Support of Weather and Short-Term Climate Prediction
02/27/76 John Caldwell Princeton The Atmosphere of Titan
04/07/78 A. G. W. Cameron Harvard Early History of the Solar System
09/24/65 A. G. W. Cameron GISS X-Ray Astronomy
04/18/97 A.G.W. Cameron Harvard Formation of the Solar System
02/22/74 William J. Campbell USGS-Tacoma Ice Dynamics
11/20/98 Mark Cane Lamont-Doherty Earth Ob. Prospects for Improving Forecasts of ENSO (El Nino and the Southern Oscillation) and its Global Consequences
05/23/80 Russell D. Cannon Canada-DAO Exploring the Southern Sky--New Clues to Evolution of Galaxies
03/19/99 Jean Carlson U.Calif. Santa Barbara Dynamic Modeling of Earthquake Faults
04/26/85 John B. Carlson Maryland Aztec Calendar: Man, State and Cosmos in Aztec Society
05/18/73 George R. Carruthers NRL UV Photography from the Moon
03/26/99 Daniel Carter New Century Pharmaceuticals Growing Crystals in Microgravity
03/07/97 Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza Stanford Genes, People, and Languages
12/13/68 John Ceraso Rutgers The Interference Theory of Forgetting
09/17/82 Catherine J. Cesarsky France-Saclay Galactic Cosmic Ray Acceleration by Supernova Shocks
03/16/90 Robert D. Cess SUNY-Stony Brook The Greenhouse Effect in Climate Models
04/05/85 Robert D. Cess SUNY-Stony Brook Climatic Feedback Mechanisms
11/13/92 William Chameides Georgia Tech SMOG: The "Bad" Ozone That Wouldn't Go Away
06/03/88 Julius S. Chang SUNY-Albany Modelling Deposition & Transport of Acidic Material in East U.S.
04/01/83 Julius S. Chang Lawrence Livermore Nuclear Explosions and Atmospheric Ozone
02/06/98 Clark Chapman Southwest Res. Inst. Asteroids
06/01/84 Robert D. Chapman GSFC The Mystery of the Eclipsing Binaries Epsilon and Zeta Aurigae
05/13/66 Sydney Chapman Boulder-HAO Auroral Morphology and Magnetic Storms
09/11/98 Rick Chappell Vanderbilt U.  Worlds Apart: How the Distance Between Science and Journalism Threatens America's Future
03/13/92 Roger A. Chevalier U. Virginia Supernova 1987A after 5 Years
02/10/84 Ralph J. Cicerone Boulder-NCAR Biospheric Boundary Conditions for Atmospheric Chemistry
09/20/68 George W. Clark MIT Observations of Galactic Gamma Rays on OSO-III
01/23/76 George W. Clark MIT X-Rays from Gravitationally Collapsed Bodies
09/09/66 John F. Clark GSFC Scientific Research at Goddard: Views and Discussions
11/11/77 Thomas A. Clark GSFC Sounds of Space: Sounds of Earth
03/23/90 Garry Clarke U. British Columbia Surging Glaciers
12/02/88 Donald D. Clayton Rice The Solar Nebula and Before
05/21/76 Thomas L. Cline GSFC The Mystery of Gamma-Ray Bursts
10/01/65 Thomas L. Cline GSFC Cosmic Ray Electrons
04/11/69 Preston E. Cloud,Jr. UC-Santa Barbara The Primitive Earth
09/16/88 Paul Cloutier Rice U. Venus
05/09/69 Arthur D. Code Wisconsin Results from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO-2)
06/01/90 C. Edward Coffey Duke U. Electroconvulsive Therapy and Update
11/13/70 Sidney Cohen NIH Drug Abuse: Recent Developments
02/28/97 Steven C. Cohen GSFC Pacific Plates Subduction: Regional Tectonics...
01/31/75 Keith D. Cole Australia-Melbourne Magnetic Storms
12/11/70 Sidney R. Coleman Harvard Recent Developments in Particle Physics
01/15/71 Stirling A. Colgate New Mexico-IM&T Cosmic Rays and Supernovae
12/07/90 Stirling A. Colgate Los Alamos Radio Jets and High Energy Cosmic Rays
01/10/97 Francis Collins Nat. Ctr. Human Gen The Human Genome Project and the Future of Medicine
02/21/97 Rita Colwell Univ. Maryland Tracking the Origins of Cholera
11/20/70 Robert N. Colwell UC-Berkeley The Scientific Basis for Remotely Sensing Earth Resources
01/13/78 Robert N. Colwell UC-Berkeley Remote Sensing of Natural Resources
10/17/69 Barry Commoner Wash.U.-St.Louis Pollution of the Environment
02/26/93 Richard Conner Harvard Dolphin Sex and Politics
01/20/95 Jack Connerney GSFC Imaging the Electrodynamic Behavior of Jupiter and Saturn
02/18/2000 Jack Connerney GSFC Update on Mars Magnetism 
05/08/81 Peter S. Conti Boulder-JILA Nature and Evolution of the Most Massive Stars
02/20/76 Robert S. Cooper GSFC High Energy Laser Technology: a Review
03/30/79 Ferdinand V. Coroniti UC-Los Angeles Geomagnetic Substorms and Aurora
09/15/67 Stanley Corrsin Johns Hopkins The Nature of Turbulent Flow
10/21/83 Anne P. Cowley Arizona State Black Holes in the Large Magellanic Cloud
03/06/81 R. Cowsik Maryland Elementary Particles and the Cosmos--A Complementary Relationship
01/10/69 Allan V. Cox Stanford Sea Floor Spreading and the Magnetic History of the Earth
10/24/80 Allan V. Cox Stanford How North America is Growing: Microplate Tectonics
09/24/99 Bradley Cox U. Virginia Time Reversal Violation
05/16/97 James Cronin Univ. Chicago The Highest Energy Cosmic Rays
04/21/89 L. Eugene Cronin Coastal Consultant The Geology and Ecology of the Chesapeake Bay
01/14/2000 David  Crossley St. Louis U. The Superconducting Gravimeter as a Geophysical Tool
11/20/81 John Crowell UC-Santa Barbara The San Andreas Fault
10/17/97 Tom Crowley Texas A&M Ice Ages in Earth History
02/21/75 Dale P. Cruikshank Hawaii Recent and Current Eruptions of Hawaiian Volcanoes
01/13/84 Dale P. Cruikshank Hawaii Pluto and the Satellites of the Outer Planets
06/12/87 Paul Crutzen* Max-Planck Inst. Ozone: Essential Gas in Atmosphere, Perturbed by Human Activities
12/12/97 Robert Curl Rice The Fullerenes: Discovery and Beyond
03/27/87 Gordon Cutler NIH Premature Puberty: New Insights
10/26/73 Alexander Dalgarno Harvard Molecular Processes in the Interstellar Medium
11/09/73 Paul E. Damon Arizona Carbon-14 Dating: Geophysical and Astrophysical Implications
04/22/83 Edward Danielson Caltech How We Found Halley's Comet and Other Faint Objects
03/30/90 Arnon Dar GSFC & Israel Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology
01/31/92 Raymond Dattwyler SUNY-Stony Brook Lyme Disease
01/18/80 Douglas Davis Georgia Tech Trace Gases: What They tell Us about the Earth's Atmosphere
10/21/66 Leverett Davis Caltech The Interplanetary Medium
04/19/74 Leverett Davis Caltech Jupiter's Magnetic Field and Radiation Belts
10/06/72 Raymond Davis Brookhaven Solar Neutrinos
04/24/87 Raymond Davis Pennsylvania Solar Neutrinos
05/09/69 Robert J. Davis Harvard-SAO Results from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO-2)
11/06/81 T. Neil Davis Alaska Auroras
05/14/99 Craig DeForest Stanford/GSFC Polar Plumes of the Sun
10/27/89 David H. DeVorkin Air & Space Museum Response of American Astronomers to Poss. Space Research 1945-50
01/12/73 John F. Dewey SUNY-Albany Plate Tectonics
05/05/78 Bryce S. Dewitt Texas New Developments in Black Hole Theory
04/01/66 Robert H. Dicke Princeton Gravitation and Space Science
11/03/72 Robert H. Dicke Princeton General Relativity and the Solar Oblateness
02/23/96 Mark Dickinson Space Telescope The Evolution of Ancient Galaxies
10/04/74 Robert S. Dietz NOAA-Miami Continental Drift, Plate Tectonics and Sea Floor Spreading
05/22/98 William Ditto Georgia Tech Experimental Chaos Control
04/24/92 S. George Djorgovski Caltech Searches for Primeval Galaxies
04/21/95 Joseph Dolan GSFC Searching for a Pulsar in the Remnant of Supernova 1987A
04/15/77 Joseph F. Dolan GSFC Between X-Rays and Gamma Rays: a Key to X-Ray Sources
04/12/85 Thomas M. Donahue Michigan Water on Venus
11/08/68 Bertram Donn GSFC Interstellar Organic Molecules and Their Evolutionary Implications
10/03/69 William L. Donn Columbia-Lamont Theory of Ice Ages
03/14/69 Russell J. Donnelly Oregon Liquid Helium II
05/28/76 George A. Doschek NRL X-Ray and XUV Spectroscopy of Solar Flares and Laboratory Plasmas
04/03/92 Bruce Douglas NOAA-Nat.Geod.Surv. Sea Level Rise of the Past 100 Years
04/07/95 Anne Douglass GSFC Insights Into Stratospheric Photochemistry...
03/13/70 Daniel B. Drachman Johns Hopkins The Role of the Nerve in Muscle Atrophy
11/02/84 Bruce T. Draine Princeton Shock Waves, Dust and Magnetic Fields in Molecular Clouds
09/27/68 Frank D. Drake Cornell Pulsars
01/27/78 Frank D. Drake Cornell Recent Developments in Radio Astronomy
05/22/92 Frank D. Drake UC-Santa Cruz The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: NASA Microwave Obs.
10/09/87 Alan Dressler Mt.Wilson-Las Camp. Astronomers Hunt for the Great Attractor
03/16/79 Andrea K. Dupree Harvard Hot Blue Cores of Globular Clusters and Other Discoveries of IUE
09/18/87 Eli Dwek GSFC Catch A Fallen Star: The Story of Supernova 1987a
12/03/99 Freeman Dyson Inst. Advanced Study Life in the Universe: Is Life Digital or Analog?
12/07/84 Robert H. Eather Boston Coll. Aurora in Science, History and the Arts
05/16/75 John A. Eddy Boulder-HAO The Case of the Missing Sunspots
02/24/78 John A. Eddy Boulder-NCAR American Indian Astronomy
11/20/87 John A. Eddy U. Colorado The Sun-Climate Connection
02/27/70 John A. Eddy Boulder-HAO Total Solar Eclipses
05/12/72 N. Terence Edgar Scripps Scientific Results and Technology of Drilling in the Deep Oceans
05/07/82 Alf Egeland GSFC & Norway-Oslo The Beginning of Modern Auroral Research
05/10/96 Jim Ehleringer Univ. Utah Monsoons, Climate Change and Plant Distribution
05/27/94 Paul Ehrlich Stanford Univ. Biodiversity and Global Change
10/14/88 Farouk El-Baz Boston U. In Search of Pharoah's Boat
04/10/81 Farouk El-Baz Smithsonian Comparing the Deserts of Earth and Mars
11/04/77 James L. Elliot Cornell Discovery and Investigation of the Rings of Uranus
03/04/66 Walter M. Elsasser Princeton Convective Mechanisms in the Earth's Mantle
01/15/88 Kerry Emmanuel MIT A General Theory for Hurricanes
05/02/86 Harland Epps UC-Los Angeles Giant Telescopes of the Future
04/28/78 David S. Evans NOAA-Boulder Aurora
10/08/99 Diane Evans JPL Recent Developments in SAR Remote Sensing
04/03/70 John V. Evans MIT Radar Studies of Mars and Venus
03/22/68 Gifford C. Ewing Woods Hole The Upper Thirty Meters of the Ocean
06/09/2000 Andrew Fabian* Cambridge Chandra X-ray Observations of the Cores of Clusters of Galaxies
03/01/91 Richard P. Fahey GSFC & Montgomery C Is Schrodinger's Cat a Cheshire?Quantum Theory vs.ObjectiveReality
02/04/77 William M. Fairbank Stanford Near Zero--A Frontier of Physics
06/02/2000 Paul Falkowski Rutgers U. Remote Sensing of Global Biogeochemical Cycles 
03/15/91 Doyne Farmer Los Alamos Spontaneous Order and the Origin of Life
01/17/97 Anthony Fauci NIAID HIV and AIDS: Considerations for the 21st Century
11/07/75 Giovanni G. Fazio Harvard Far-Infrared Astronomy
02/13/87 Joel Fedder NRL Big Comets and Little Comets: Why are They Different?
03/17/89 Ned Feder NIH Misconduct in Science: How to Keep the Politicians Out
10/30/70 Gerald Feinberg Columbia The Prometheus Project
02/19/99 William Feldman Los Alamos Water Ice on the Moon and Other Discoveries from Lunar Prospector
10/06/78 James E. Felten GSFC Cosmology Made Easy: Primer on Structure/Evolution of our Universe
10/07/88 James P. Ferris Ren.Polytech. Inst. Laboratory Simulation of Jovian Atmospheric Chemistry
03/12/93 Carl E. Fichtel GSFC Gamma Ray Observatory EGRET Results
06/02/67 Carl E. Fichtel GSFC Gamma Ray Astronomy
06/01/73 Carl E. Fichtel GSFC Gamma-Ray Astronomy with the Goddard SAS-B Satellite
11/30/73 George B. Field Harvard Intergalactic Matter
01/29/82 George B. Field Harvard Astronomy in the 80's
03/29/68 George B. Field UC-Berkeley Molecular Astronomy
05/13/94 Alexei Filippenko UCal, Berkeley The Bright Supernova 1993J in M81
12/08/67 John W. Findlay NRAO-Greenbank Scientific Objectives of Post-Apollo Lunar and Planetary Programs
05/20/88 Ephraim Fischbach Purdue The Fifth Force
12/04/92 Gerald Fishman Marshall SF Ctr. The Gamma Ray Burst Enigma
02/09/96 Len Fisk U. Michigan Changing Perspectives of the Heliosphere
10/02/92 Lennard A. Fisk NASA HQ NASA Program in Space Sciences and Applications
04/01/77 Lennard A. Fisk GSFC Exploring the Solar System in Three Dimensions
10/02/87 Lennard A. Fisk NASA HQ Space Science and Applications into the 1990's
09/28/90 Lennard A. Fisk NASA HQ Challenges and Prospects for Space Science
12/05/69 Richard S. Fiske USGS Anatomy of an Active Volcano
02/29/80 Richard S. Fiske Smithsonian Recent Explosive Volcanism in the Eastern Caribbean
04/20/84 Richard S. Fiske Smithsonian The Krakatoa Volcano
04/06/73 Aaron Fleisher MIT Urban Redevelopment
09/23/94 Holland Ford Johns Hopkins The Search for Giant Black Holes
05/15/81 Holland C. Ford UC-Los Angeles Superclusters of Galaxies
10/26/84 Joseph Ford Georgia Tech Chaos: Solving the Unsolvable - Predicting the Unpredictable!
03/26/76 Kenneth W. Ford New Mexico-IM&T Magnetic Monopoles
10/20/89 William J. Forrest U. Rochester The Discovery of Brown Dwarfs
04/17/70 John W. Fowler Maryland Teaching Science to Nonscience College Students
05/08/70 Peter H. Fowler UK-Bristol Heavy Elements in Cosmic Rays
02/14/69 William A. Fowler Caltech New Light on an Old Subject: the Origin of the Elements
11/18/77 William A. Fowler Caltech Solar Neutrinos
03/16/73 William A. Fowler Caltech The Age of the Elements and the Galaxy
10/31/69 Sidney W. Fox U.Miami-CoralGables Experimental Explanation of the First Cells on Earth
06/04/82 Louis A. Frank Iowa Imaging of Aurora from the Dynamics Explorer Satellite
12/16/88 Louis A. Frank U. Iowa Influx of Small Comets
11/06/92 Richard Frankel Cal.Poly.State U. Biomimetics
05/20/94 Wendy Freedman Carnegie Obs. What is the Hubble Constant?
01/20/78 Bevan M. French NASA HQ What's New on the Moon?
04/07/72 Herbert Friedman NRL The Cosmic X-Ray Background Radiation
12/03/76 Herbert Friedman NRL Reminiscences--Thirty Years of Space Research
06/06/80 Kenneth J. Frost GSFC Early Results from the Solar Maximum Mission (SMM)
10/13/72 Tetsuya T. Fujita Chicago Tornadoes
09/24/76 R.Buckminster Fuller Philadelphia Humans in the Universe
01/17/92 Inez Y. Fung NASA-GISS Where in the World is the Methane Coming From?
05/18/90 Robert Gallo NIH Human Retroviruses: A Decade of Discovery
05/13/83 Eugene Garfield Current Contents Can We Use Citation Anal. to Evaluate Individuals for Promotion?
09/03/81 Owen K. Garriott Johnson Space Ctr. The Promise of Shuttle: Science in Space
03/14/75 Owen K. Garriott Johnson Space Ctr. Skylab Results and Implications for Shuttle
10/25/91 Michael Garstang U. Virginia Is the Amazon Eating Saharan Dust?
12/09/88 James B. Garvin GSFC The Role of Impact Cratering on the Geologic History of the Earth
10/17/86 C. Martin Gaskill SUNY-Stonybrook Quasars and Supermassive Black Holes
04/10/98 James Gates Maryland Superstrings: Why Einstein Would Love Spaghetti in Fundamental Physics
03/20/81 George D. Gatewood Pittsburgh The Search for Extrasolar Planetary Systems
05/26/67 Donald E. Gault Ames Research Ctr. Evolution of the Cratered Lunar Surface
02/21/92 Neil Gehrels GSFC Galaxies, Black Holes, and Bursts: First Results from GRO
01/26/90 Neil A. Gehrels GSFC Black Holes and Positron Mysteries at the Galactic Center
10/25/74 Tom Gehrels Arizona Structures of Jovian Clouds
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09/18/81 David D. Morrison Hawaii Voyager Looks at Saturn
12/19/69 Philip Morrison MIT X-Rays and Cosmic Rays Between the Galaxies
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04/21/2000 Kirpal Nandra GSFC X-rays from Extragalactic Black Holes
04/04/97 Ramesh Narayan Harvard Black Holes and Event Horizons
09/22/67 Rocco S. Narcisi AFCRL The Ionospheric D and E Regions
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04/20/90 Anthony Nero UC-Berkeley Indoor Radon: Myths and Reality
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01/30/76 Norman F. Ness GSFC Planetary Magnetism
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11/12/65 Homer Newell NASA HQ Some Thoughts on the Future of the Space Program
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10/25/68 Gordon A. Newkirk,Jr. Boulder-HAO The Solar Corona
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11/10/72 William Nordberg GSFC Results from the Earth Resources Technology Satellite
10/18/91 Michael Norman U. Illinois Supercomputing in Astrophysics
12/07/79 Gerald R. North GSFC What Can Toy Models Tell Us about the Earth's Climate?
10/20/72 Robert W. Noyes Harvard-SAO Ultraviolet Observations of the Sun
04/16/76 Amos M. Nur Stanford Earthquakes: Cause and Prediction
03/03/89 Joseph A. Nuth GSFC Puzzles, Paradigms and Research on the Origins of Solar Systems
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06/03/66 John A. O'Keefe GSFC Physical Processes on the Surface of the Moon
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10/13/67 John A. O'Keefe GSFC The Moon and Its Environment
03/07/75 Gerard K. O'Neill Princeton Colonization of Space
10/12/90 Charles B. Officer Dartmouth New Information on the Fate of the Dinosaurs
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02/25/94 George Philander Princeton El Nino: A Predictable Climate Fluctuation
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04/03/81 Jurgen Rahe GSFC & Germany Halley's Comet and Plans for its Return
04/05/74 Colin S. Ramage Hawaii The El Nino Current
11/02/79 Reuven Ramaty GSFC Gamma Ray Line Astronomy
05/17/74 Estelle R. Ramey Georgetown The Hormonal Basis for Sex Differentiation in Humans
10/05/73 Norman F. Ramsey Harvard Spin Temperatures and Negative Absolute Temperatures
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11/22/85 David Rea Michigan Climate History: The Answer is Blowing in the Wind
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04/02/71 Elizabeth Roemer Arizona Comets--Samples of the Primeval?
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09/17/65 Robert Roper GSFC & Australia Atmospheric Motions as Determined from Radio Meteor Trails
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10/15/71 David Rose Oak Ridge Status and Outlook for Controlled Nuclear Fusion
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10/01/76 Arnold H. Rots NRAO-Greenbank A New Look at the Spiral Galaxy M81
09/23/77 Wallace Rowe NIH The Recombinant DNA Debate
03/30/84 Sherwood F. Rowland UC-Irvine Mercury, Methane and Ozone in the Environment
11/18/83 Carlo Rubbia Harvard The Discoveries of the Intermediate Bosons
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11/14/69 Carl Sagan Cornell Recent Studies of the Planet Mars
10/19/73 Carl Sagan Cornell Intelligent Life in the Universe
05/27/83 Vincent V. Salomonson GSFC Landsat-4: Oh Say Can You See?
02/18/77 Vincent V. Salomonson GSFC Space Views of Watersheds: from the Mississippi to the Patuxent
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02/24/84 William C. Saslaw Virginia Galaxy Clustering
11/13/81 Blair D. Savage Wisconsin The Galactic Corona
04/22/94 Brad Schaefer GSFC Eclipses, Cresents, and History
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02/20/98 Harrison Schmitt Wisconsin Return to the Moon
10/15/99 Glenn Schneider Steward Observatory Exploring the Environments of Nearby Stars
02/22/80 Stephen H. Schneider Boulder-NCAR Climate Modeling in Perspective: Co-Evolution of Climate and Life
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11/03/67 Glenn T. Seaborg AEC New Outlook for the Transuranium Elements
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02/01/91 Kristen Sellgren Ohio State Interstellar Dust: Tiny Grains and Large Molecules
06/02/95 Davis Sentman U. Alaska Jets and Sprites and Things That Flash in the Night
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10/27/67 Maurice Shapiro NRL The "Age" of Cosmic Rays
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12/05/86 Harry L. Shipman U. Delaware White Dwarf Stars: Late Stages of Stellar Evolution
10/16/87 Pat Shipman Johns Hopkins Med. Why Did the Human Lineage Survive?
12/14/94 Eugene Shoemaker US Geo Survey The Crash of '94: Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9
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02/06/70 Nicholas M. Short GSFC Summary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Sample Analyses
01/07/83 Nicholas M. Short GSFC The Temperature of the Earth's Surface
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12/16/77 Joseph Silk UC-Berkeley Origin of the Galaxies
11/19/71 Thomas Simkin Smithsonian Modern Studies of Active Volcanoes
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10/11/91 Joanne Simpson GSFC Waterspouts --- Related to Tornadoes?
11/04/66 Joanne Simpson ESSA Experiments on Tropical Hurricanes
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03/12/99 David Smith GSFC New Findings from the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter
04/27/84 David E. Smith GSFC Space Geodesy: Results from NASA's Crustal Dynamics Project
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02/25/2000 Pierre Sokolsky Univ. of Utah The Highest Energy Cosmic Rays
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05/29/87 Sean Solomon MIT Tectonic Evolution of Venus and the Earth
10/21/94 Sean Solomon Carnegie Institute Worlds Apart: the Inner Planets
06/10/94 Susan Solomon* NOAA Aeronomy Lab Ozone Depletion at the Ends of the Earth and Points In Between
01/27/95 Richard Somerville Scripps Institute Uncertainty in Greenhouse Effect Climate Change
04/11/86 Richard Somerville Scripps Supercomputer Simulations of Thermal Convection
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05/24/68 Edward A. Spiegel NYU Jets in Galaxies
11/16/79 Edward A. Spiegel Columbia Large Scale Motions in the Sun
02/09/73 Lyman Spitzer,Jr. Princeton Preliminary Results from Copernicus on the Interstellar Medium
05/25/79 Lyman Spitzer,Jr.* Princeton The Dynamic Evolution of Globular Clusters
02/10/95 Paul Spudis Lunar & Planetary Clementine Explores the Moon
12/02/94 Steve Squyres Cornell Early Mars: How Warm and How Wet?
03/09/73 David H. Staelin MIT Remote Sensing of Terrestrial Atsmosphere: Passive Microwave Tech.
02/13/98 Dennis  Stanford Smithsonian The Earliest Americans
02/25/83 Steven M. Stanley Johns Hopkins The Punctuational Model of Evolution
09/20/91 Theodore P. Stecher GSFC First Results from the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope on Astro-1
03/07/80 Floyd W. Stecker GSFC The Gestation, Birth and Death of the Universe: A View from 1980
01/09/98 Charles  Steidel Caltech Young Galaxies
03/24/95 Gary Steigman Ohio State Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Consistency or Crisis?
11/12/93 Seth Stein GSFC/Northwestern New Models of Contemporary Plate Motions
04/13/73 Hans Stenbach-Nielsen Alaska Magnetospheric Barium Releases Using Shaped Charges
01/24/86 Reiner L. Stenzel UC-Los Angeles Experimental Plasma Physics Relevant to Space Physics
06/03/94 Alan Stern Southwest Res Inst The Solar System Beyond Neptune and Pluto
09/17/76 David P. Stern GSFC Alfven's Theory of Magnetic Storms and the Controversy Around It
05/05/89 S. Alan Stern U. Colorado Pluto at Perihelion -- Sixty Years After Discovery
10/28/83 David J. Stevenson Caltech Winds,Rings,Fields: Formation, Evol. & Structure of Giant Planets
03/17/89 Walter Stewart NIH Misconduct in Science: How to Keep the Politicians Out
09/27/67 Arnold Stokes Georgetown Non-Linear Diff'l Equations: Effect of Computers on Modern Math
02/06/87 Richard S. Stolarski GSFC The Antarctic Ozone Hole
01/10/92 Richard S. Stolarski GSFC Stratospheric Ozone: An Update on Observations of Ozone Depletion
01/26/79 Richard S. Stolarski GSFC Stratospheric Ozone: Natural and Man-Made Perturbations
11/07/89 Edward C. Stone Caltech The Voyager Encounter with Neptune
11/20/92 Edward C. Stone JPL Comparative Planetary Physics
01/23/81 Edward C. Stone Caltech Science Results from Voyager Saturn Encounter
01/30/87 Edward C. Stone Caltech The Voyager Encounter with Uranus
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06/06/69 Bengt Stromgren* Denmark-Copenhagen Some Modern Results of Stellar and Galactic Astronomy
10/15/65 John Strong Johns Hopkins Planetary Observations from Balloons
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05/24/88 Kathy Sullivan NASA-JSC Oceanic & Atmospheric Phenomenon as Seen from the Space Shuttle
11/06/70 Walter Sullivan New York Times Communicating Science to the Public
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01/16/76 Zdenek Svestka AS&E Physics of Solar Flares
02/12/99 Jean Swank GSFC The 'Old Faithful' Black Hole and Other Discoveries of the Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer
10/04/96 Jean Swank GSFC Pulses of the Universe as Seen with Rossi X-ray...
05/19/2000 Pieter  Tans Climate Modeling Lab Man-Made Climate Change is Here to Stay
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10/25/85 Joseph H. Taylor Princeton Tests of Relativity Using Binary Pulsars
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10/10/75 Joseph H. Taylor Massachusetts The Galactic Distribution of Pulsars
05/23/97 Richard Taylor Stanford Electron Scattering and the Structure of the Proton
01/13/89 Bonnard J. Teegarden GSFC Supernova 1987a: The High Energy Story
02/25/66 Edward Teller UC-Davis-Livermore Scientific Experiments in Space
05/02/75 Edward Teller UC-Livermore Looking Back on Earth
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05/06/77 Patrick Thaddeus GISS The Gentle Universe: the Chemical Bond in Interstellar Space
03/11/88 Patrick Thaddeus Harvard-CfA A CO Survey of the Large Magellanic Cloud
09/28/73 Patrick Thaddeus GISS Interstellar Molecules and the Formation of Stars
04/28/67 Patrick Thaddeus GISS The Primordial Fireball
02/28/69 Matthew P. Thekaekara GSFC Direct Measurements of Solar Energy from an Aircraft
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05/24/91 Anne Thompson GSFC EOS and Oceanographic Cruise on Global Changes (Soviet-American)
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