DATE FIRST LAST INSTITUTE TITLE - Through end of Spring 2019 series
 * - Lindsay Lecturer, & Nordberg Lecturer, # Bahcall Lecturer
1/29/88 Michael F. A'Hearn U. Maryland Scientific Results from Halley's Comet
4/7/06 Michael A'Hearn U. Maryland Deep Impact: Excavating Comet Tempel 1
4/11/03 Mark Abbott Oregon State Univ. Re-envisioning the Ocean: the View from Space
3/19/71 George O. Abell UC-Los Angeles Critical Discussion of the Extra-Galactic Distance Scale
2/18/66 Philip H. Abelson Carnegie-GL Origin of Life in the Solar System
11/12/76 Philip H. Abelson Carnegie-GL World Energy During the Next Two Decades
10/28/94 Marc Abrahams MIT The Best From the Journal of Irreproducible Results
5/1/92 Helmut Abt Kitt Peak Nat. Obs. Contemporary & Future Scientific Publication & Data Distribution
9/30/15 James Acker GSFC Rise of the Machines: Computational Power and the History of NASA's Ocean Color Missions 
1/21/05 Steve Ackerman U. Wisconsin Assessing from Space the Effects of Clouds on Weather and Climate
6/5/19 Thomas Ackermann University of Washington Is There a Path Forward for Solar Climate Engineering?
3/19/93 Loren Acton Lockheed Palo Alto X Ray Movies of the Sun
1/16/09 Loren Acton Montana State U.  The Day the Earth Caught Fire
11/19/82 Mario Acuna GSFC Saturn's Magnetosphere: Interaction with Saturn's Moons
5/15/98 Mario Acuna GSFC Magnetic Mars
2/18/00 Mario Acuna GSFC Update on Mars Magnetism
9/16/66 Robert Adair Yale Quarks
11/5/93 Robert Adair Yale The Physics of Baseball
5/9/08 John Adam Old Dominion U. Patterns in Nature
11/15/02 Eric Adelberger& Univ of Washington Using Laser-Ranging to the Moon to Test Fundamental Questions about Gravity
1/27/67 Isidore Adler GSFC Scientific Lunar Exploration--Wherefore and Where To?
2/6/70 Isidore Adler GSFC Summary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Sample Analyses
4/25/08 Robert Adler GSFC Satellite-based Variations in Global Precipitation: Climate Scale to Floods
1/31/18 Amir AghaKouchak U. of California Irvine Compound and Concurrent Climate Extremes: Detection, Modeling and Risk Analysis
3/28/08 Anthony Aguirre U. Calif. Santa Cruz The Inflationary Multiverse
5/5/67 Yakir Aharonov Yeshiva, NY Superselection Rules
1/11/17 Vladimir  Airapetian GSFC The Young Restless Sun and the Origin of Life on Earth
2/14/03 Joanna Aizenberg Bell Laboratories Arms with Eyes: the Visual System of a Starfish
4/24/19 Marco Ajello Clemson University The Star-Formation History of the Universe
2/7/92 Daniel Albritton NOAA Aeronomy Lab Greenhouse Effect: What We Know & Don't Know, How We'll Learn More
10/7/94 Charles Alcock Lawrence Livermore Microlensing and MACHOS
5/9/75 Joseph K. Alexander GSFC New Vistas in Planetary Radio Astronomy
3/4/77 Shelton S. Alexander Penn State Crustal Structure of Eastern U.S. and Location of Nuclear Reactors
9/21/73 Hannes Alfven UC-San Diego Space Research and the Origin of the Solar System
1/7/77 Hannes Alfven UC-San Diego The Evolution of the Solar System
12/8/78 Clarence R. Allen Caltech Advances in Earthquake Hazard Evaluation
1/11/02 Timothy Allen U. Wisconsin Complexity of Organization and the Cycles of Human History
4/10/70 Lawrence H. Aller UC-Los Angeles Planetary Nebulae
2/18/94 Richard Alley Penn State Abrupt Climate Changes in Greenland
1/8/82 Walter Alvarez UC-Berkeley Death of the Dinosaurs
3/15/68 Edward Anders Chicago Ages, Orbits, and Origin of Meteorites
3/29/85 James Anderson Harvard Stratospheric Research: From Description to Prediction
3/5/93 Philip Anderson Princeton High Temperature Superconductivity
6/5/92 Don L. Anderson* Caltech Plumes, Plates, and Deep Earth Structure
6/11/10 M. O.  Andreae Max Planck Inst. Chem.  Aerosol-Cloud-Precipitation Interactions in the Climate System
1/10/14 Steven Anlage U. Maryland Play It Again Sam, This Time Backwards!
9/14/79 Robert Annan Dept. of Energy Toward a Solar Future
10/2/81 John O. Annexstad Johnson Space Ctr. The Antarctic Meteorites: Search and Discovery
4/15/94 Stuart Anstis UCal/San Diego To Understand Visualization, It Helps to Understand Vision
9/28/12 Spiro Antiochos * GSFC The Structure and Dynamics of Stellar Magnetospheres
9/27/74 John R. Apel NOAA-Miami Ocean Science from Space: Air, Earth, Fire, and Now Water
2/16/90 John R. Apel APL Mapping the Ocean Surface with Imaging Radars
9/29/00 Nima Arkani-Hamed Lawrence Berkeley Lab How to Make Gravity Join the Other Forces of Nature at a Reasonable Energy: Localizing Gravitons in an Extra Dimension
12/12/75 James R. Arnold UC-San Diego Meteorites and the Origin of the Solar System
4/30/71 Halton C. Arp Hale Obs. Quasars, Galaxies and Redshifts
12/14/84 Richard Ascione NIH Genetics of Cancer
1/10/03 Neil Ashby Univ. of Colorado Large and Small Relativistic Effects in the Global Positioning System
9/24/71 R. Grant Athay Boulder-HAO Recent Developments in Solar Atmospheric Physics
2/17/78 David Atlas GSFC From Angels to CAT
5/14/93 David Atlas GSFC Footprints of Storms in Sea: View from Spaceborne Syn.Aper.Radar
4/23/99 Robert Atlas (Joint) GSFC Use of Satellite Observations in Support of Weather and Short-Term Climate Prediction
11/4/05 Brian Atwater U.S. Geological Survey The Orphan Tsunami of 1700
11/3/92 Norman Augustine Martin Marietta SPACEFLIGHT: Lessons of Past & Opportunities of Next Millennium
12/12/69 W. Ian Axford UC-San Diego The Polar Wind
5/19/86 W. Ian Axford ESA First Results from the Giotto Encounter with Comet Halley
4/6/90 George Backus UC-San Diego The Magnetic Jerk of 1970: Geophysical Evidence and Implications
10/8/93 Frances Bagenal Univ. Colorado The Peculiar Role of Io in the Magnetosphere of Jupiter
12/6/96 Jonathan Bagger Johns Hopkins The Problem of Mass
4/27/79 John N. Bahcall Princeton-IAS Solar Neutrinos
11/16/84 Neta A. Bahcall STScI Superclusters and the Large Scale Structure of the Universe
5/8/92 John N. Bahcall Princeton-IAS How Does the Sun Shine?
3/14/97 John Bahcall Inst. Adv. Study Solar Neutrinos
5/2/08 Kevin Baines Jet Propulsion Lab Saturn in a New Light: Novel Views of Meteorology and Dynamics at Depth by Cassini/VIMS
5/28/93 Per Bak Brookhaven Self Organized Criticality
10/13/89 Daniel F. Baker GSFC Magnetospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Research
3/4/94 Victor Baker Univ. Arizona Oceans on Mars
2/15/13 Dan Baker U. Colorado Space Physics Exploration: Basic Research with a High Public Purpose
3/19/04 Dennis Baldocchi U. California, Berkeley Modeling Carbon, Water and Energy Fluxes of Terrestrial Ecosystems
4/11/75 Ralph B. Baldwin Oliver Mach. The Moon--Before and After Apollo
3/23/07 Bruce Balick Univ. Washington Collimating Stellar Ejecta
12/1/95 Sallie Baliunas Harvard-Smithsonian Solar Variability and Global Climate Change
1/25/80 Robert Ballard Woods Hole Viewing the Ocean Bottom
3/4/83 Thomas F. Banchoff Brown The Fourth Dimension and Computer Animated Geometry
4/16/82 William R. Bandeen GSFC Early Meteorological Observations from Space
5/31/96 Bradley Barber AT&T Lucent Labs Sonoluminescence: Light from Sound
9/20/17 Tom  Barclay  GSFC Sellers Exoplanet Environments Collaboration (SEEC) and the Search for Alien Worlds
5/12/06 Amy  Barger U. Wisconsin The Midlife Crisis of the Cosmos
5/4/90 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
3/1/68 Alan H. Barrett MIT Masers & Mysterium--Observations of Interstellar Hydroxyl Radicals
9/16/77 Eric C. Barrett UK-Bristol Improved Rainfall Assessment w/ Conventional Sources & Satellites
10/5/84 Eric Barron Boulder-NCAR Climate Change over the Million Year Time Scale
11/8/96 Eric Barron Penn State Predicting Changes in River Basin Hydrology...
3/2/73 Charles A. Barth Boulder-UC Mariner 9 UV Measurements of Mars
5/24/96 Gibor Basri U.Cal. Berkeley Brown Dwarfs for Real
1/23/04 Bonnie Bassler Princeton University Small Talk: Cell-to-cell Communication in Bacteria
5/6/88 Maria Bastillo Genetics/IVF Inst. New Frontiers in Assisted Human Reproduction
2/19/19 Natalie Batalha# University of California, Santa Cruz Lava Worlds to Living Worlds: A Retrospective of NASA's Kepler Mission
10/20/67 Louis J. Battan Arizona Weather Modification: Past and Present
3/29/74 Siegfried J. Bauer GSFC The Ionospheres of the Planets
12/15/78 Siegfried J. Bauer GSFC First Results from the Pioneer Venus Missions
4/29/05 John Beacom Ohio State U. Towards First Glimpses of the Universe in Neutrinos
3/14/18 James Beasley Savannah River Ecology Lab Radioactive Wildlife:  The Secret Life of Animals in Chernobyl and Fukushima
11/18/66 Donald Beattie NASA HQ Post-Apollo Lunar Exploration
2/8/02 Luann Becker U. Cal, Santa Barbara Evidence for Impact-Generated Extinctions
10/8/04 Steven   Beckwith SpaceTelescope Science Inst. The Hubble Ultra Deep Field
5/8/19 Michael Behrenfeld Oregon State University The Wonderful World of the Plankton - A Tour from Biochemistry to Space
1/25/85 Charles Beichman JPL Extragalactic Sources in the IRAS Survey
1/17/69 P. R. Bell Manned Spacecraft C Evidence for Water on the Moon
4/11/80 Peter M. Bell Carnegie-GL Ultra High Pressure Experiments--Application to Earth and Planets
10/1/04 Gordon Bell Bay Area Research Center MyLifeBits: The Memex Vision and Some Implications of Storing Everything Personal
2/9/68 Michael J. S. Belton KPNO Clouds on Venus
3/23/16 G. Fritz Benedict McDonald Observatory Hipparcos, Hubble Space Telescope, and Gaia: A Golden Age of Astrometry
2/4/11 Michael Benefield Bur. Land Management The Politics of Smoke and the Practical Issues Associated with the Management of Wild and Prescribed Fires in the West
5/6/11 Dominic Benford GSFC How to Build and Search for Cost-Optimized Interstellar Beacons
2/21/03 Charles Bennett GSFC Taking the Measure of the Universe
4/23/71 Carl S. Benson Alaska Polar Glaciology and Ice Fog
3/21/14 Robert Benson GSFC The First Year of Human Habitation, and Science, at the Geographic South Pole
5/21/82 Edward R. Benton Boulder-UC Earth's Core: Clues to the Origin of its Magnetic Field
11/1/68 Peter G. Bergmann Syracuse Theories of Gravitation
12/8/89 Richard B. Bernstein UCLA Arranging Collisions Between Molecules and Surfaces
10/25/17 Robert Berwick MIT Why Only Us: The Origin of Human Language
10/13/06 Pawan Bhartia GSFC Ultraviolet Observations of our Changing Planet
9/15/78 Giovanni F. Bignami Italy-Milan Gamma Ray Astronomy Revisited: from Our Galaxy to Other Galaxies
3/10/99 Giovanni Bignami Italian Space Agency Comets, Planets, and the Sky: Italy's Roots in Space
1/9/76 John Billingham Ames Research Ctr. Interstellar Communication and Project Cyclops
11/16/90 Robert Bindschadler GSFC Stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
2/2/07 Robert Bindschadler GSFC Ice Sheets on the Edge
3/18/88 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
5/20/66 Amasa S. Bishop AEC Roadblocks in the Path of Controlled Fusion
4/23/93 David Black Lunar & Plan.Inst. Planets of Other Stars
4/8/66 Jacques E. Blamont France-NCSR Dynamics of the Lower Ionosphere
2/2/90 Roger D. Blandford Caltech Gamma-Ray Burst Models
2/24/11 Roger Blandford # Stanford U./KIPAC Higher Energy Astrophysics
3/23/12 Michael Blanpied US Geol. Survey The Virginia Earthquakes of August, 2011
4/4/14 Jacob Bleacher GSFC How Explosive Was Ancient Mars?
2/16/68 Robert C. Bless Wisconsin Ultraviolet Stellar Astronomy
3/2/90 Leo Blitz U. Maryland The Bar in the Center of the Galaxy
5/29/98 John Blondin North Carolina State Supercomputer Simulations of Gas Flows in Binary Star Systems
3/6/92 Howard B. Bluestein U. Oklahoma Tornadoes in the Southern Plains: Visual Obs. & Meteorolog. Meas.
2/3/67 Harry Blum AFCRL Processes in Perception
9/17/99 Baruch Blumberg Astrobiology Institute The Discovery of the Hepatitis B Virus and the Invention of a Vaccine to Prevent Cancer
1/7/00 Martin Blume Amer. Phys. Soc. The Physical Review and Scientific Publishing: Past and Future
9/8/78 Albert Boggess GSFC Observing with IUE (International Ultraviolet Explorer)
5/11/90 Craig Bohren Penn State All That's Best of Dark and Bright (Atmospheric Optics)
3/3/00 Craig Bohren Penn State U. Green Thunderstorms
5/12/67 Bart J. Bok Arizona The Spiral Structure of Our Galaxy
4/27/73 Bart J. Bok Arizona The Birth of Stars
3/31/78 Elihu A. Boldt GSFC The New Era in X-Ray Astronomy
5/29/19 Scott Bolton Southwest Res. Inst. The New Jupiter Revealed by Juno
12/11/98 Howard Bond Space Telescope Sci. Inst. Planetary Nebulae with Hubble Space Telescope
4/15/88 Roger Bonnet ESA-Paris Fundamental Science & Space Science within the Horizon 2000 Progrm
10/22/93 Dan Boone Wilderness Society Old Growth Forests
2/7/75 Jan Borgman Netherl.-Groningen First Results from the Astronomical Netherlands Satellite
3/17/78 Jay P. Boris NRL Uses of High-Speed Computers for Simulating Physical Systems
4/15/11 William Borucki Ames Research Ctr. Kepler Mission: An Overview of Science Results
2/10/06 Penelope Boston New Mexico Inst. Mining Tech. The Planet Within: Cave Habitats from Earth to Mars and Beyond
4/13/07 William Bottke Southwest Res. Inst. New Views on the Lunar Late Heavy Bombardment
10/31/86 Thomas J. Bouchard U. Minnesota Identical Twins Reared Apart: How Similar are They?
2/11/66 Robert Bourdeau GSFC The Earth's Ionosphere
10/24/69 Sidney Bowhill Illinois The Chemistry of the Lower Ionosphere
3/17/95 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
1/19/79 Hale V. D. Bradt MIT Black Holes, Neutron Stars, Quasars: SAS-3 & HEAO-1 X-Ray Astronm.
5/1/19 Kathleen Bragdon College of William and Mary Native Americans and Anthropologists: A New Relationship
2/2/73 John C. Brandt GSFC Rock Art Astronomy
2/15/80 John C. Brandt GSFC The Plasma Tails of Comets: How They Come and Go
9/27/85 John C. Brandt GSFC The ICE Encounter with Comet Giacobini-Zinner
4/4/86 John C. Brandt GSFC First Spacecraft Results from Halley's Comet
4/13/12 Niel Brandt Penn State U. A Good Hard Look at Cosmic Supermassive Black Hole Growth
12/4/70 Lewis M. Branscomb NBS A National Policy for Applied Science
3/9/84 Kenneth Brecher GSFC & Boston Coll. Which Came First---the Universe or the Laws of Physics?
3/11/05 Sean Brennan U.S. Geological Survey Seawater Chemistry and the Advent of Biocalcification, or the Chemical Origins of Seashells
11/4/83 Francis P. Bretherton Boulder-NCAR Oceanography from Space
1/15/93 Francis P. Bretherton Wisconsin Sources of Uncertainty in Predictions of Global Warming
5/27/88 Robin Brett USGS-Reston Field Trip to a Mid-Ocean Ridge
1/12/68 Neil M. Brice Cornell Magnetospheric Substorms, Van Allen Radiation, & the Polar Aurora
2/12/82 Alan H. Bridle NRAO-NM Jets in Radio Galaxies
6/3/19 David Brin   Opportunities, Danger, and Destiny in the Solar System ... and Beyond
2/19/71 Stanley J. Brodsky Stanford The Present and Future State of Quantum Electrodynamics
10/4/68 Wallace S. Broecker Columbia-Lamont Glacial Cycles and Their Causes
1/12/79 Wallace S. Broecker Columbia Carbon Dioxide, the Oceans and Climate
11/19/93 Wally Broecker Lamont-Doherty Geo. What Do Paleoclimatic Data Tell Us About Expected Future Climate
10/26/01 Wallace Broecker Columbia Circulation Pattern in the Glacial Ocean
4/1/05 Volker Bromm U. Texas The First Sources of Light  
3/13/98 Clint Brooks NSA Cryptography
1/13/12 Harold Brooks NOAA/Severe Storms The Record Breaking 2011 Spring Tornado Season: Historic Perspectives and Challenges for the Future
10/20/00 Lincoln Brower Sweet Briar Biological Studies of the Migration of the Monarch Butterfly
3/8/02 Emma Brown U.S. Forest Service What Burns Me About the Way We Fight Wildfires
2/3/06 Tom Brown Space Telescope Sci.Inst. The Age of Andromeda
5/16/14 Lester Brown Earth Policy Inst. The Great Transition: Shifting from Fossil Fuels to Wind and Solar Energy
4/5/17 Adrian Brown GSFC Volatiles and Ices in the Polar Regions of Mars - the future is LIDAR
4/26/19 Peter  Brown University of Western Ontario The Impact Hazard from Small Near-Earth Objects: Lessons from Chelyabinsk 
11/8/13 Kelly  Brunt GSFC Antarctic Rifts as an Analog for Studying Tidal Motions along Cracks on Icy Satellites
2/4/72 Stephen G. Brush Maryland Relations Between Planetary Science & "Pure" Science in 19th Cent.
5/15/70 Reid A. Bryson Wisconsin Our Changing Climate
2/5/93 Philip Bucksbaum Michigan Atoms in Really Intense Light
3/25/77 Edward Bullard UC-San Diego Origin of the Earth's Magnetic Field
2/13/04 Alan Bunner NASA HQ (retired) Reflections on the Anthropic Principle
4/5/68 E. Margaret Burbidge UC-San Diego The Spectra of Quasi-Stellar Objects
5/10/74 E. Margaret Burbidge UC-San Diego The Redshift Controversy
10/22/76 Geoffrey Burbidge UC-San Diego Confrontation of Cosmological Theories with Observational Data
6/14/85 E. Margaret Burbidge* UC-San Diego Radio Galaxies, Quasars and Jets
2/23/01 James Burch Southwest Research Inst. "First Light" from the IMAGE Spacecraft
3/12/71 Bernard F. Burke MIT Long-Baseline Interferometry
9/30/77 Kevin C. Burke SUNY-Albany Continents in Collision: Tibet and the Himalayas
9/19/86 Bernard F. Burke MIT Gravitational Lenses
12/1/89 Kevin C. Burke Nat.Acad.Sciences The Origin of Mountains
5/9/97 Kevin Burke Univ. Houston The African Plate and Small Scale Convection...
5/1/98 Joann Burkholder North Carolina State Pfiesteria Piscicida, Killer of Fish
2/11/77 Leonard F. Burlaga GSFC Magnetic Fields and Winds in Interplanetary Space
3/23/84 Leonard F. Burlaga GSFC A Voyage through the Heliosphere
5/7/04 Len Burlaga GSFC Voyager at the Edge of the Solar System?
5/28/99 Jocelynn Bell Burnell Open U./Princeton In Pursuit of Pulsars
5/18/12 David Burrows Penn State U. Swift J164449.3+573451: Death Throes of an Unlucky Star
9/24/93 David Burstein Arizona St. Univ. Dark Matter, Galaxies, and the Universe
4/2/76 W. Butler Burton NRAO-Greenbank Is There a Basic Spiral Pattern in Our Galaxy?
10/7/05 Antionio Busalacchi U. Maryland Climate Variability and Marine Ecosystems: The Role of Forcings and Feedback
4/23/99 Antonio Busalacchi (Joint) GSFC Use of Satellite Observations in Support of Weather and Short-Term Climate Prediction
5/13/05 Nathalie Cabrol NASA Ames Beyond the Mars Exploration Rove Mission:  from Habitability to Life
3/24/06 Robert Cahalan GSFC Three-Dimensional Cloud Properties and Climate
11/21/08 Gregory Cajete U. New Mexico Native Science: An Indigenous Philosophy of Human Relationship to the Natural World
2/27/76 John Caldwell Princeton The Atmosphere of Titan
9/24/65 A. G. W. Cameron GISS X-Ray Astronomy
4/7/78 A. G. W. Cameron Harvard Early History of the Solar System
4/18/97 A.G.W. Cameron Harvard Formation of the Solar System
2/26/16 Jordan  Camp GSFC LIGO Detection of Gravitational Waves
2/22/74 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
5/30/08 Claude Canizares * Mass. Inst. Of Technology The Rise of Cosmic X-Ray Spectroscopy
5/23/80 Russell D. Cannon Canada-DAO Exploring the Southern Sky--New Clues to Evolution of Galaxies
2/28/18 Robin Canup Southwest Res. Inst. Origin of the Moon
4/26/85 John B. Carlson Maryland Aztec Calendar: Man, State and Cosmos in Aztec Society
3/19/99 Jean Carlson U.Calif. Santa Barbara Dynamic Modeling of Earthquake Faults
4/8/05 Sean Carroll U. Chicago Why is the Universe Accelerating?
11/15/17 Sean  Carroll Howard Hughes Medical Institute The Serengeti Rules: The Quest to Discover How Nature Works, and Why It Matters
5/18/73 George R. Carruthers NRL UV Photography from the Moon
3/26/99 Daniel Carter New Century Pharmaceuticals Growing Crystals in Microgravity
6/15/16 Rafael Casellas National Inst. Of Health CRISPR: Enabling the 21st Century Biological Revolution
3/1/13 Paul  Cassak West Virginia U.  Magnetic Reconnection - What is NASA's MMS for Anyway?
4/4/18 Tane Casserley Monitor National Marine Sanctuary  Heavy Metal on the High Seas: USS Monitor and the Wartime Shipwrecks off the Coast of North Carolina
3/7/97 Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza Stanford Genes, People, and Languages
12/13/68 John Ceraso Rutgers The Interference Theory of Forgetting
9/17/82 Catherine J. Cesarsky France-Saclay Galactic Cosmic Ray Acceleration by Supernova Shocks
4/5/85 Robert D. Cess SUNY-Stony Brook Climatic Feedback Mechanisms
3/16/90 Robert D. Cess SUNY-Stony Brook The Greenhouse Effect in Climate Models
5/10/17 Bill Chadwick NOAA/PMEL Oregon State U. Fire in the Deep Sea: The 2015 Eruption of Axial Seamount
2/6/04 Moustafa Chahine Jet Propulsion Lab AQUA, AIRS, and the Earth's Water Cycle
2/1/02 Gregory Chaitin IBM Research Paradoxes of Randomness
11/13/92 William Chameides Georgia Tech SMOG: The "Bad" Ozone That Wouldn't Go Away
4/1/83 Julius S. Chang Lawrence Livermore Nuclear Explosions and Atmospheric Ozone
6/3/88 Julius S. Chang SUNY-Albany Modelling Deposition & Transport of Acidic Material in East U.S.
10/28/05 Ben Chao GSFC Earth's Changing Rotation and Gravity Field
5/13/66 Sydney Chapman Boulder-HAO Auroral Morphology and Magnetic Storms
6/1/84 Robert D. Chapman GSFC The Mystery of the Eclipsing Binaries Epsilon and Zeta Aurigae
2/6/98 Clark Chapman Southwest Res. Inst. Asteroids
9/11/98 Rick Chappell Vanderbilt U. Worlds Apart: How the Distance Between Science and Journalism Threatens America's Future
5/24/02 David Charbonneau Cal Tech Extrasolar Planets and the Power of the Dark Side
12/10/10 David Charbonneau Harvard U.  The Fast Track to Finding an Inhabited Exoplanet
4/19/17 Eric Charles SLAC National Accelorator Lab Not So Dark After All?  Does Dark Matter Shine Brightly in Gamma Rays? 
10/21/15 Geoff Chester U.S. Naval Obersvatory  The U.S. Naval Observatory: Time Standards and Daylight Time
3/13/92 Roger A. Chevalier U. Virginia Supernova 1987A after 5 Years
6/1/01 Raymond Chiao U. Cal, Berkeley Faster-than-c Propagation Effects and their Possible Applications
3/20/19 Eric Christian Goddard Space Flight Center The Edge of the Solar System and Beyond
10/28/11 Steve Chu Secretary of Energy How Innovation has Changed the World and Can Help Change it Again
1/17/18 Maria  Chudnovsky  Princeton University Some Problems in Graph Theory: Donuts, Parties, and Coloring
2/10/84 Ralph J. Cicerone Boulder-NCAR Biospheric Boundary Conditions for Atmospheric Chemistry
4/3/09 John Claarke Boston U. HST (and other) Observations of the Aurora on Jupiter and Saturn
3/5/10 Mark  Clampin GSFC Direct Imaging of Exoplanets
9/9/66 John F. Clark GSFC Scientific Research at Goddard: Views and Discussions
9/20/68 George W. Clark MIT Observations of Galactic Gamma Rays on OSO-III
1/23/76 George W. Clark MIT X-Rays from Gravitationally Collapsed Bodies
11/11/77 Thomas A. Clark GSFC Sounds of Space: Sounds of Earth
3/23/90 Garry Clarke U. British Columbia Surging Glaciers
12/2/88 Donald D. Clayton Rice The Solar Nebula and Before
10/4/17 Carol Cleland University of Colorado Life Without Definitions
10/1/65 Thomas L. Cline GSFC Cosmic Ray Electrons
5/21/76 Thomas L. Cline GSFC The Mystery of Gamma-Ray Bursts
10/18/17 Eric  Cline George Washington U.  1177 B.C.: the Year Civilization Collapsed 
4/11/69 Preston E. Cloud,Jr. UC-Santa Barbara The Primitive Earth
9/16/88 Paul Cloutier Rice U. Venus
5/9/69 Arthur D. Code Wisconsin Results from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO-2)
6/1/90 C. Edward Coffey Duke U. Electroconvulsive Therapy and Update
11/13/70 Sidney Cohen NIH Drug Abuse: Recent Developments
2/28/97 Steven C. Cohen GSFC Pacific Plates Subduction: Regional Tectonics...
4/23/10 Anthony Colaprete Ames Research Ctr. Results from the LCROSS Experiment
1/31/75 Keith D. Cole Australia-Melbourne Magnetic Storms
12/11/70 Sidney R. Coleman Harvard Recent Developments in Particle Physics
12/10/14 Gabriella Coleman McGill U.  Geeks, Hacker Culture, and Anonymous
1/15/71 Stirling A. Colgate New Mexico-IM&T Cosmic Rays and Supernovae
12/7/90 Stirling A. Colgate Los Alamos Radio Jets and High Energy Cosmic Rays
1/10/97 Francis Collins Nat. Ctr. Human Gen The Human Genome Project and the Future of Medicine
11/20/70 Robert N. Colwell UC-Berkeley The Scientific Basis for Remotely Sensing Earth Resources
1/13/78 Robert N. Colwell UC-Berkeley Remote Sensing of Natural Resources
2/21/97 Rita Colwell Univ. Maryland Tracking the Origins of Cholera
11/30/07 Joey Comiso GSFC Decadal Changes in the Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice Cover
10/17/69 Barry Commoner Wash.U.-St.Louis Pollution of the Environment
4/10/19 Nancy Connell Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Global Catastrophic Biological Risk (GCBR)
2/26/93 Richard Conner Harvard Dolphin Sex and Politics
1/20/95 Jack Connerney GSFC Imaging the Electrodynamic Behavior of Jupiter and Saturn
2/18/00 Jack Connerney GSFC Update on Mars Magnetism
5/8/81 Peter S. Conti Boulder-JILA Nature and Evolution of the Most Massive Stars
2/20/76 Robert S. Cooper GSFC High Energy Laser Technology: a Review
2/2/01 Bruno Coppi MIT Theoretical and Experimental Results in Fusion Research: Related Issues in Astrophysics
3/30/79 Ferdinand V. Coroniti UC-Los Angeles Geomagnetic Substorms and Aurora
9/15/67 Stanley Corrsin Johns Hopkins The Nature of Turbulent Flow
10/12/12 Athena Coustenis Paris-Meudon Observatory JUpiter ICy moons Explorer (JUICE): The First Large ESA Cosmic Vision Mission 
10/21/83 Anne P. Cowley Arizona State Black Holes in the Large Magellanic Cloud
3/6/81 R. Cowsik Maryland Elementary Particles and the Cosmos--A Complementary Relationship
1/10/69 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
9/24/99 Bradley Cox U. Virginia Time Reversal Violation
12/3/04 Robert Crease Stony Brook U. The Prism and the Pendulum: The Ten Most Beautiful Experiments in Science
3/28/03 Hugh Crenshaw GlaxoSmithKline Microorganisms Use Helical Motion to Orient to External Signals
4/21/89 L. Eugene Cronin Coastal Consultant The Geology and Ecology of the Chesapeake Bay
5/16/97 James Cronin Univ. Chicago The Highest Energy Cosmic Rays
1/14/00 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
2/21/75 Dale P. Cruikshank Hawaii Recent and Current Eruptions of Hawaiian Volcanoes
1/13/84 Dale P. Cruikshank Hawaii Pluto and the Satellites of the Outer Planets
5/1/03 Paul Crutzen Max Planck, Chemistry The Importance of the Tropics in Atmospheric Chemistry
6/12/87 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
3/27/87 Gordon Cutler NIH Premature Puberty: New Insights
4/5/02 Richard Cytowic Physician/author Synesthesia: Hearing Colors, Tasting Shapes
5/15/19 Gillen D'Arcy Wood Inst. Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Tambora and the Year Without a Summer, 1816
10/26/73 Alexander Dalgarno Harvard Molecular Processes in the Interstellar Medium
11/9/73 Paul E. Damon Arizona Carbon-14 Dating: Geophysical and Astrophysical Implications
4/22/83 Edward Danielson Caltech How We Found Halley's Comet and Other Faint Objects
3/30/90 Arnon Dar GSFC & Israel Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology
1/31/92 Raymond Dattwyler SUNY-Stony Brook Lyme Disease
10/29/10 Ashley Davies Jet Propulsion Lab Lava Lakes on Io and Earth – The Key to Unlocking the Secrets of the Jovian System?
10/21/66 Leverett Davis Caltech The Interplanetary Medium
5/9/69 Robert J. Davis Harvard-SAO Results from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO-2)
10/6/72 Raymond Davis Brookhaven Solar Neutrinos
4/19/74 Leverett Davis Caltech Jupiter's Magnetic Field and Radiation Belts
1/18/80 Douglas Davis Georgia Tech Trace Gases: What They tell Us about the Earth's Atmosphere
11/6/81 T. Neil Davis Alaska Auroras
4/24/87 Raymond Davis Pennsylvania Solar Neutrinos
3/14/14 Charles Day Physics Today Science News in the 21st Century
5/14/99 Craig DeForest Stanford/GSFC Polar Plumes of the Sun
2/8/08 Ruth DeFries U. Maryland Carbon Emissions from Tropical Deforestation: Science Meets Policy
10/29/14 John Degnan Sigma Space A Celebration of Fifty Years of Satellite Laser Ranging
3/6/19 Dagomar Degroot Georgetown University Civilization and the Solar System: Cosmic Upheavals and Human History
3/17/06 Anthony Del Genio Goddard Institute Moist Convection: Its Role in Terrestrial Climate Change and in the Atmospheres of Other Planets
9/13/17 Anthony Del Genio & GISS Cloud Feedback on Climate Change: Are We There Yet?
5/6/05 Drake Deming GSFC First Light from Extrasolar Planets
2/20/09 Drake Deming GSFC The EPOXI/EPOCh Investigation of Transiting Extrasolar Planets
10/27/89 David H. DeVorkin Air & Space Museum Response of American Astronomers to Poss. Space Research 1945-50
1/12/73 John F. Dewey SUNY-Albany Plate Tectonics
5/5/78 Bryce S. Dewitt Texas New Developments in Black Hole Theory
6/7/03 Ron Dick Royal Air Force The Schneider Trophy: Advances in Aviation 1913-1931
1/30/04 Steven   Dick NASA HQ Transits of Venus
4/1/66 Robert H. Dicke Princeton Gravitation and Space Science
11/3/72 Robert H. Dicke Princeton General Relativity and the Solar Oblateness
2/23/96 Mark Dickinson Space Telescope The Evolution of Ancient Galaxies
5/31/12 James Dickson U. Glasgow Why Ancient Glacier Mummies Are so Important: the Intestinal Contents are Encoded Maps and Diaries
10/4/74 Robert S. Dietz NOAA-Miami Continental Drift, Plate Tectonics and Sea Floor Spreading
2/11/15 Jocelyne DiRuggiero Johns Hopkins U.  Desert Worlds: the Dry Limit for Life
5/22/98 William Ditto Georgia Tech Experimental Chaos Control
4/24/92 S. George Djorgovski Caltech Searches for Primeval Galaxies
4/15/77 Joseph F. Dolan GSFC Between X-Rays and Gamma Rays: a Key to X-Ray Sources
4/21/95 Joseph Dolan GSFC Searching for a Pulsar in the Remnant of Supernova 1987A
10/8/14 Shawn  Domagal-Goldman GSFC See the Ball, Be the Ball: How to Find and Characterize Planets Beyond our Solar System 
4/12/85 Thomas M. Donahue Michigan Water on Venus
11/8/68 Bertram Donn GSFC Interstellar Organic Molecules and Their Evolutionary Implications
10/3/69 William L. Donn Columbia-Lamont Theory of Ice Ages
3/14/69 Russell J. Donnelly Oregon Liquid Helium II
5/28/76 George A. Doschek NRL X-Ray and XUV Spectroscopy of Solar Flares and Laboratory Plasmas
4/3/92 Bruce Douglas NOAA-Nat.Geod.Surv. Sea Level Rise of the Past 100 Years
4/7/95 Anne Douglass GSFC Insights Into Stratospheric Photochemistry...
6/7/13 Anne Douglass & GSFC An Information Avalanche: How UARS And Aura Observations Enlighten Chemistry Climate Models
3/13/70 Daniel B. Drachman Johns Hopkins The Role of the Nerve in Muscle Atrophy
11/2/84 Bruce T. Draine Princeton Shock Waves, Dust and Magnetic Fields in Molecular Clouds
9/27/68 Frank D. Drake Cornell Pulsars
1/27/78 Frank D. Drake Cornell Recent Developments in Radio Astronomy
5/22/92 Frank D. Drake UC-Santa Cruz The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: NASA Microwave Obs.
10/9/87 Alan Dressler Mt.Wilson-Las Camp. Astronomers Hunt for the Great Attractor
10/14/11 Michael Duncan NASA HQ The Chilean Miner Rescue: NASA's Experience
5/3/02 William Dunham Muhlenberg College Newton's (Original) Method - or - Though This be Method, yet There's Madness in't
3/16/79 Andrea K. Dupree Harvard Hot Blue Cores of Globular Clusters and Other Discoveries of IUE
9/18/87 Eli Dwek GSFC Catch A Fallen Star: The Story of Supernova 1987a
12/3/99 Freeman Dyson Inst. Advanced Study Life in the Universe: Is Life Digital or Analog?
12/7/84 Robert H. Eather Boston Coll. Aurora in Science, History and the Arts
2/27/70 John A. Eddy Boulder-HAO Total Solar Eclipses
5/16/75 John A. Eddy Boulder-HAO The Case of the Missing Sunspots
2/24/78 John A. Eddy Boulder-NCAR American Indian Astronomy
11/20/87 John A. Eddy U. Colorado The Sun-Climate Connection
5/12/72 N. Terence Edgar Scripps Scientific Results and Technology of Drilling in the Deep Oceans
4/3/19 Joan Edwards Williams College Botanical Explosions: The Evolutionary Impact of Ultra-Fast Plants
5/7/82 Alf Egeland GSFC & Norway-Oslo The Beginning of Modern Auroral Research
5/10/96 Jim Ehleringer Univ. Utah Monsoons, Climate Change and Plant Distribution
12/9/11 Vernon Ehlers U.S. House Rep.  Science in Congress
5/27/94 Paul Ehrlich Stanford Univ. Biodiversity and Global Change
4/10/81 Farouk El-Baz Smithsonian Comparing the Deserts of Earth and Mars
10/14/88 Farouk El-Baz Boston U. In Search of Pharoah's Boat
5/11/12 Lindy Elkins-Tanton Carnegie Inst. of Washington Processing Volatiles in Terrestrial Planets during Accretion: Setting the Stage for Plate Tectonics
11/4/77 James L. Elliot Cornell Discovery and Investigation of the Rings of Uranus
12/11/06 Richard Ellis# Calif. Inst. Tech. Cosmic Dawn: The Quest to Find the Earliest Galaxies
3/14/08 Don  Ellison North Carolina State Particle Acceleration in Astrophysical Shocks
10/20/06 Debra Elmegreen Vassar College A Glimpse of Galaxies at the Dawn of the Universe
3/4/66 Walter M. Elsasser Princeton Convective Mechanisms in the Earth's Mantle
4/23/04 Kerry Emanuel Mass. Inst. Of Technology Hurricanes and Climate
1/15/88 Kerry Emmanuel MIT A General Theory for Hurricanes
1/21/11 Sarah Eno U. Maryland The Large Hadron Collider: Results from the Energy Frontier
5/8/09 Dara Entekhabi Mass. Inst. Of Technology Land-Atmosphere Interactions
5/2/86 Harland Epps UC-Los Angeles Giant Telescopes of the Future
12/7/07 Wayne Esais GSFC Honey Bees, Satellites, and Climate Change
1/18/17 Fred Espenak GSFC The Great American Total Eclipse of 2017  
4/3/70 John V. Evans MIT Radar Studies of Mars and Venus
4/28/78 David S. Evans NOAA-Boulder Aurora
10/8/99 Diane Evans JPL Recent Developments in SAR Remote Sensing
3/22/68 Gifford C. Ewing Woods Hole The Upper Thirty Meters of the Ocean
2/26/09 Sandra Faber # Lick Observatory The Galaxy-Forming Main Sequence
6/9/00 Andrew Fabian* Cambridge Chandra X-ray Observations of the Cores of Clusters of Galaxies
3/1/91 Richard P. Fahey GSFC & Montgomery C Is Schrodinger's Cat a Cheshire?Quantum Theory vs.ObjectiveReality
2/4/77 William M. Fairbank Stanford Near Zero--A Frontier of Physics
3/13/19 Tyler Faith University of Utah What Drove Africa's Megaherbivores to Extinction?
6/2/00 Paul Falkowski Rutgers U. Remote Sensing of Global Biogeochemical Cycles
10/19/16 Paul Falkowski Rutgers University Light to Life
10/21/05 Xiaohui Fan Steward Observatory Probing the End of Cosmic Dark Ages with the Most Distant Quasars
3/15/91 Doyne Farmer Los Alamos Spontaneous Order and the Origin of Life
1/17/97 Anthony Fauci NIAID HIV and AIDS: Considerations for the 21st Century
11/7/75 Giovanni G. Fazio Harvard Far-Infrared Astronomy
2/13/87 Joel Fedder NRL Big Comets and Little Comets: Why are They Different?
3/17/89 Ned Feder NIH Misconduct in Science: How to Keep the Politicians Out
10/30/70 Gerald Feinberg Columbia The Prometheus Project
1/28/11 Andy Feinberg Johns Hopkins Sch. Med. Epigenetics: What you Might Not Want to Know, but Might Need to Know if You Want to Go to Mars
5/25/16 Graham Feingold NOAA Quantifying Aerosol Influences on the Cloud Radiative Effect
2/19/99 William Feldman Los Alamos Water Ice on the Moon and Other Discoveries from Lunar Prospector
10/6/78 James E. Felten GSFC Cosmology Made Easy: Primer on Structure/Evolution of our Universe
4/4/03 Claire  Ferguson   Mathematics in Stone and Bronze
4/4/03 Helaman Ferguson   Mathematics in Stone and Bronze
10/7/88 James P. Ferris Ren.Polytech. Inst. Laboratory Simulation of Jovian Atmospheric Chemistry
5/31/13 Jesse Feyen NOAA Predicting Sandy's Impacts: the Science behind Modeling and Communicating Storm Surge
6/2/67 Carl E. Fichtel GSFC Gamma Ray Astronomy
6/1/73 Carl E. Fichtel GSFC Gamma-Ray Astronomy with the Goddard SAS-B Satellite
3/12/93 Carl E. Fichtel GSFC Gamma Ray Observatory EGRET Results
3/29/68 George B. Field UC-Berkeley Molecular Astronomy
11/30/73 George B. Field Harvard Intergalactic Matter
1/29/82 George B. Field Harvard Astronomy in the 80's
10/3/08 Brian Fields U. Illinois When Stars Attack! Live Radioactivities as Signatures of Near-Earth Supernova Explosions 
2/6/19 Brian Fields University of Illinois When Stars Attack! Near-Earth Supernova Explosions Revealed by Deep-Ocean and Lunar Radioactivity
5/13/94 Alexei Filippenko UCal, Berkeley The Bright Supernova 1993J in M81
12/8/67 John W. Findlay NRAO-Greenbank Scientific Objectives of Post-Apollo Lunar and Planetary Programs
11/15/12 Douglas Finkbeiner Harvard U.  The Galactic Center 130 GeV Line: WIMP or Artifact? 
5/20/88 Ephraim Fischbach Purdue The Fifth Force
2/18/11 Daniel Fisher U. Michigan Lyuba: A Spectacular Baby Woolly Mammoth from Northwest Siberia
11/1/17 Donald Fisher Penn State U. Slow Earthquakes: A Paradigm Shift for the Slip Behavior of Tectonic Plate Boundaries
12/4/92 Gerald Fishman Marshall SF Ctr. The Gamma Ray Burst Enigma
3/26/10 Gerald Fishman Marshall Sp.Flt. Ctr. Space-borne Observations of Intense Gamma-ray Flashes (TGFs) above Thunderstorms
4/1/77 Lennard A. Fisk GSFC Exploring the Solar System in Three Dimensions
10/2/87 Lennard A. Fisk NASA HQ Space Science and Applications into the 1990's
9/28/90 Lennard A. Fisk NASA HQ Challenges and Prospects for Space Science
10/2/92 Lennard A. Fisk NASA HQ NASA Program in Space Sciences and Applications
2/9/96 Len Fisk U. Michigan Changing Perspectives of the Heliosphere
12/5/69 Richard S. Fiske USGS Anatomy of an Active Volcano
2/29/80 Richard S. Fiske Smithsonian Recent Explosive Volcanism in the Eastern Caribbean
4/20/84 Richard S. Fiske Smithsonian The Krakatoa Volcano
3/16/07 John Fitzpatrick Cornell U. How Ivory-billed Woodpeckers (and Other Birds) Will Help Save the World
2/11/05 Michael Flasar GSFC CIRS/Cassini First Results from Saturn
9/30/11 Michael Flasar * GSFC Titan's Dynamic Atmosphere
4/6/73 Aaron Fleisher MIT Urban Redevelopment
10/19/01 James Fleming Colby College Carbon Dioxide and Climate: the First 100 Years
3/26/76 Kenneth W. Ford New Mexico-IM&T Magnetic Monopoles
5/15/81 Holland C. Ford UC-Los Angeles Superclusters of Galaxies
10/26/84 Joseph Ford Georgia Tech Chaos: Solving the Unsolvable - Predicting the Unpredictable!
9/23/94 Holland Ford Johns Hopkins The Search for Giant Black Holes
5/2/03 Holland Ford Space Telescope Sci. Inst. The HST Advanced Camera for Surveys: Performance and New Results
10/20/89 William J. Forrest U. Rochester The Discovery of Brown Dwarfs
2/14/69 William A. Fowler Caltech New Light on an Old Subject: the Origin of the Elements
4/17/70 John W. Fowler Maryland Teaching Science to Nonscience College Students
5/8/70 Peter H. Fowler UK-Bristol Heavy Elements in Cosmic Rays
3/16/73 William A. Fowler Caltech The Age of the Elements and the Galaxy
11/18/77 William A. Fowler Caltech Solar Neutrinos
10/31/69 Sidney W. Fox U.Miami-CoralGables Experimental Explanation of the First Cells on Earth
6/4/82 Louis A. Frank Iowa Imaging of Aurora from the Dynamics Explorer Satellite
12/16/88 Louis A. Frank U. Iowa Influx of Small Comets
11/6/92 Richard Frankel Cal.Poly.State U. Biomimetics
2/24/12 Anna Frebel Harvard U.  Stellar Archaeology: New Science with Old Stars
5/20/94 Wendy Freedman Carnegie Obs. What is the Hubble Constant?
3/9/16 Wendy Freedman University of Chicago Measurement of Cosmological Parameters - TALK POSTPONED
3/8/17 Wendy Freedman Univesity of Chicago Increasing Accuracy and Increasing Tension in Measuring the Hubble Constant
5/1/18 Katherine Freese University of Michigan  The Dark Matter in the Universe
1/20/78 Bevan M. French NASA HQ What's New on the Moon?
11/2/01 Herbert Frey GSFC Buried Ancient Lowlands on Mars: Laser Altimetry, Hidden Craters, and Primordial Crustal Dichotomy
4/7/72 Herbert Friedman NRL The Cosmic X-Ray Background Radiation
12/3/76 Herbert Friedman NRL Reminiscences--Thirty Years of Space Research
1/26/07 Susan Friedman Utah State U. Behavior Works: The Functional Analysis of Behavior
6/6/80 Kenneth J. Frost GSFC Early Results from the Solar Maximum Mission (SMM)
10/13/72 Tetsuya T. Fujita Chicago Tornadoes
9/24/76 R.Buckminster Fuller Philadelphia Humans in the Universe
1/17/92 Inez Y. Fung NASA-GISS Where in the World is the Methane Coming From?
5/18/90 Robert Gallo NIH Human Retroviruses: A Decade of Discovery
3/7/18 Rolando Garcia National Center for Atmospheric Research The Chicxulub Asteroid Impact and the K-Pg Extinction 
5/13/83 Eugene Garfield Current Contents Can We Use Citation Anal. to Evaluate Individuals for Promotion?
3/14/75 Owen K. Garriott Johnson Space Ctr. Skylab Results and Implications for Shuttle
9/3/81 Owen K. Garriott Johnson Space Ctr. The Promise of Shuttle: Science in Space
10/25/91 Michael Garstang U. Virginia Is the Amazon Eating Saharan Dust?
12/9/88 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
4/10/98 James Gates Maryland Superstrings: Why Einstein Would Love Spaghetti in Fundamental Physics
10/23/09 Evalyn Gates U. Chicago Einstein's Telescope: The Hunt for Dark Matter and Dark Energy
3/20/81 George D. Gatewood Pittsburgh The Search for Extrasolar Planetary Systems
5/26/67 Donald E. Gault Ames Research Ctr. Evolution of the Cratered Lunar Surface
10/25/74 Tom Gehrels Arizona Structures of Jovian Clouds
1/26/90 Neil A. Gehrels GSFC Black Holes and Positron Mysteries at the Galactic Center
2/21/92 Neil Gehrels GSFC Galaxies, Black Holes, and Bursts: First Results from GRO
5/20/05 Neil Gehrels GSFC The Explosive Gamma Ray Bursts: First Results from Swift
2/25/11 Robert  Gehrz U. Minnesota The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA)
4/12/17 Linda  Geiser U.S. Forest Service Lichens and Mosses as Global Indicators of Ecosystem Health
6/4/93 Johannes Geiss* U.Bern, Switzerland Chemical Evolution of the Solar System
1/23/09 Ron Gelaro GSFC Atmospheric Data Assimilation and Observing System Science
10/16/92 James Gelb Fermi Nat.Accel.Fac Supercomputing and Cosmology
9/25/81 Marvin A. Geller GSFC The Stratosphere: Ozone, Dynamics and Other Good Stuff
10/1/93 Margaret Geller Harvard Mapping the Universe
4/29/11 Johannes Gemmrich U. Victoria Rogue Waves in the Ocean
2/21/14 Keith Gendreau GSFC The NICER Mission: a Partnership in Science and Technology on the ISS
3/24/72 Cecil Gentry NOAA Hurricanes
3/29/17 Chris German Woods Hole Research Center Oases for Life in Distant Oceans:  On Earth and Beyond?
10/19/79 Robert P. Geroch Chicago Quantum Physics of Black Holes
3/8/13 Suvi Gezari U. Maryland Supermassive Black Hole Caught Red Handed in Stellar Homicide
3/2/07 Steven Ghan Pacific NW Nat. Lab Aerosols and Climate
4/11/13 Andrea Ghez # UCLA The Galactic Center: Unveiling the Heart of our Galaxy
10/22/71 Riccardo Giacconi AS&E Recent Developments in X-Ray Astronomy
5/18/79 Riccardo Giacconi Harvard Preliminary Results from Imaging Experiments on the HEAO-2
2/8/13 Sarah Gibson Nat. Center Atm. Research Magnetism and the Invisible Man: The Mysteries of Coronal Cavities 
12/12/80 Peter J. Gierasch Cornell Comparative Meteorology of the Planets
2/24/16 Holly Gilbert GSFC Fifty Shades of Magnetism - The Secret Life of Solar Prominences
3/4/05 Ann-Lee Gilder   Kepler on Trial: The Dark Side of a Brilliant Mind
3/4/05 Joshua Gilder   Kepler on Trial: The Dark Side of a Brilliant Mind
9/25/87 David Gillette New Mex.Mus.Nat.His Seismosaurus, World's Longest Dinosaur & New Tech. in Paleontology
12/10/93 David Gillette State of Utah Seismosaurus, Wooly Mammoths, and Other Extinct Beasts
12/9/83 Donald L. Gilman NOAA-NWS The NOAA Long-Range Prediction for Winter 1983-84
11/15/74 Owen J. Gingerich Harvard-SAO The Astronomy and Cosmology of Copernicus
10/22/65 V. L. Ginzburg USSR-Lebedev The Origin of Cosmic Rays
1/9/04 James Glanz New York Times The Rise and Fall of the World Trade Center
9/22/78 Peter E. Glaser Arthur D. Little Solar Energy Conversion in Space for Use on Earth
4/12/96 Gary Glatzmaier Los Alamos Nat. Lab 3-D Numerical Simulations of a Geomagnetic Field Reversal
3/27/92 Roy Glauber Harvard U. Quantum Mechanical Behaviours of Trapped Ions
11/8/17 Lori  Glaze GSFC Venus - the Forgotten, Mysterious Planet
11/1/02 Erast Gliner A. Ioffe Institute Significant Problems with the Current Theory of Inflationary Cosmology
5/11/07 Michael Goddard   Robert H. Goddard - A Beginning Without End
3/10/89 Christoph K. Goertz U. Iowa Electrodynamics of Saturn's Rings
11/16/73 Thomas Gold Cornell Star Collision Model for Quasar Phenomena
6/6/97 Thomas Gold* Cornell Life in Extreme Environments
12/17/65 Leo Goldberg Harvard The Accomplishments and Future Prospects of Space Solar Physics
4/14/78 Richard A. Goldberg GSFC Solar Activity--A Factor in Weather and Climate?
6/4/71 Leo Goldberg* Harvard Space Astronomy
3/9/90 Joseph Golden NOAA Hurricane Hugo's Meteorology and Impact in the Caribbean
1/5/68 Peter Goldreich Caltech Spin-Orbit Coupling in the Solar System
5/13/77 Peter Goldreich Caltech Saturn's Rings
10/9/81 Peter Goldreich Caltech Planetary Rings
2/5/82 Richard Goldstein JPL Radar Exploration of the Planets
6/8/07 Jerry Goldstein Southwest Res. Inst. New View of the Plasmasphere:  Results From IMAGE EUV
4/26/68 Solomon W. Golomb USC Geometric Concepts in Coding Theory
10/30/98 Matthew Golombek Jet Propulsion Lab Mars Pathfinder Update
9/30/66 Richard M. Goody Harvard Dynamical Novelties on the Atmospheres of Mars and Venus
5/28/71 Richard M. Goody Harvard The Lower Atmosphere of Venus
5/19/78 Richard M. Goody* Harvard Climate and the Planets
4/1/15 Nat Gopalswamy GSFC Coronal Mass Ejections: From a  Novelty to a Natural Hazard
9/27/17 Nat Gopalswamy * GSFC The Solar Energetic Particles: Origin and Consequences
4/29/94 Arnold Gordon Lamont-Doherty Climate and Inter-Ocean Links
10/23/98 Andrea Gore Mt. Sinai Sch. of Medicine The Role of Estrogen Over a Lifetime of Changes - Puberty, Fertility, Menopause
1/14/83 J. Richard Gott,III Princeton Before the Big Bang--New Theory for the Origin of the Universe
3/11/15 Michael Gottesman National Cancer Inst.  The Future of Cancer Research
12/13/85 Kurt Gottfried Cornell "Star Wars": Physics and Philosophy
9/22/72 Samuel A. Goudsmit Brookhaven-APS How Electron Spin Was Discovered
9/23/83 Douglas Gough UK-Cambridge What Controls the Solar Cycle?
11/5/99 Samuel Goward U. Maryland The Landsat 7 Mission -- Early Results and Future Plans
10/15/93 Lisa Graumlich Univ. Arizona Long-Term Climatic Variation & Ecosystem Response in the Sierra
4/28/95 Charles Gray UCal Davis Binding Memories in the Brain
3/5/82 Ronald Greeley Arizona State Aeolian Processes on the Planets: Here's Dust in Your Eye!
4/3/68 Jack Green Douglas Aircraft Lunar Volcanology
4/27/01 Eric Green Nat. Inst. of Health The Human Genome Porject
5/11/16 James  Green NASA HQ The Martian: Science Fiction and Science Fact
1/21/77 Daniel Greenberg Sci.& Gov.Reports Science Policy in the New Administration
2/23/79 Wallace Greenberg Maryland Quarks
6/3/83 J. Mayo Greenberg Netherl.-Leiden Interstellar Dust from the Cradle to the Grave
2/28/14 Brian Greene # Columbia Univ.  Where Do We Stand with String Theory?
1/27/84 Robert G. Greenler Wisconsin Sunlight, Ice Crystals and Sky Archeology
12/6/68 Jesse L. Greenstein Princeton-IAS Spectra of Supernova
6/13/80 Jesse L. Greenstein* Caltech The Difference Space Science Has Made
5/14/82 Stephen A. Gregory Bowling Green Superclusters and Voids in the Distribution of Galaxies
1/23/70 Kenneth I. Greisen Cornell Origin of the Background Cosmic Gamma Radiation
6/4/76 Kenneth I. Greisen Cornell Gamma Rays and the Structure of Our Galaxy
4/25/86 Richard A.F. Grieve Ottawa Meteorite Impact and Infall Rates
9/30/83 John C. Griffiths Penn State Philosophy of Exploration for Mineral Resources
10/25/13 David Grinspoon Library of Congress Astrobiology and the Anthropocene Epoch
1/30/98 Paul Gross Harvard The Rebellion against Science
4/15/15 Theodore Gull GSFC Eta Carinae: Astrophysical Laboratory for the Study of the Most Massive Stars
6/15/07 James Gunn Princeton University Surveys: Picture Windows Into the Universe
1/19/90 Donald Gurnett U. Iowa Planetary Magnetospheres
1/19/01 Donald Gurnett U. Iowa Magnetospheric Radio and Plasma Waves Throughout the Solar System
11/14/03 Robert  Gurney& U. of Reading Water, Water Everywhere?
10/24/75 Herbert Gursky Harvard An X-Ray View of the Universe
10/11/85 Alan Guth MIT The New Inflationary Universe
5/21/93 Alan Guth MIT Birth of the Cosmos
5/2/18 Scott Guzewich GSFC Swimming in Martian Lakes
12/2/77 Gerhard Haerendel Germany-Max Planck Barium Releases
12/16/94 Brad Hager MIT Just How Great Was "The Great LA Earthquake of 1994"?
2/22/13 Francis Halzen U. Wisconsin Particle Astrophysics with High Energy Neutrinos
11/15/13 Christopher Hamilton U. Maryland/GSFC Volcanism on Io: Implications for a Subsurface Magma Ocean
3/5/99 Heidi Hammel MIT Exploring the Giant Planets with Hubble Space Telescope
10/11/17 Moly Hammell Cold Spring Harbor Lab Dark Matter in the Genome: Transposable Elements and Human Disease
3/17/67 Richard W. Hamming Bell Labs The Computer as an Experimental Tool
2/10/67 Rudolf A. Hanel GSFC Remote Sensing of Planetary Atmospheres
3/17/72 Rudolf A. Hanel GSFC Results from Infrared Spectroscopy Experiment on Mars Mariner 9
2/8/80 Rudolf A. Hanel GSFC Infrared Measurements of Jupiter and its Satellites
4/19/96 Jim Hansen GSFC Sensitivity and Predictability of Earth's Climate
11/18/05 James Hansen& GISS Is There Still Time to Avoid Dangerous Human-Made Interference with Climate?
3/11/66 Norwood R. Hanson Yale Aerodynamics as a Scientific Theory
3/15/96 Joseph Hardin Nat.Ctr.Supercomput Science Via the World Wide Web
1/21/00 Alice Harding GSFC Magnetars: Nature's Strongest Magnetic Fields
11/13/09 Alice Harding GSFC Gamma-ray Pulsars
9/28/12 Alice Harding * GSFC The Structure and Dynamics of Stellar Magnetospheres
1/15/73 Kenneth Hardy AFCRL Clear Air Turbulence (CAT)
11/15/85 F. K. Hare Toronto Climate, the Biosphere and Human Disturbance
3/22/17 Sonia Harmond Stony Brook U. The World's Oldest Stone Tools 
2/16/79 Robert S. Harrington USNO Discovery and Implications of the Moon of Pluto
12/11/81 Sid Harris American Scientist What's So Funny about Science?
4/29/77 Edward R. Harrison Massachusetts Physics and Philosophy of the Big Bang
1/20/89 Robert C. Harriss U. New Hampshire The Role of Tropical Force and Global Tropospheric Chemistry
5/19/89 Robert C. Harriss U. New Hampshire Amazon Boundary Layer Expedition: Trop. Forests, Atmos.Chem.,Clim.
1/6/78 Michael H. Hart SASC History of the Earth's Atmosphere
3/12/82 Peter H. Hartline Eye Res. Inst. Infrared Remote Sensing---Rattlesnake Style
3/8/74 William K. Hartmann Tucson-PSI The Current Picture of Mars
11/14/80 William K. Hartmann Tucson-PSI Trojan Asteroids and the Outer Satellites of Jupiter
4/17/87 William K. Hartmann PSI-Tucson Origin of the Moon
4/20/01 William Hartmann Plan. Sci. Institute Recent Geological Activity on Mars
6/30/06 Dennis Hartmann U. Washington Tropical Anvil Clouds and Climate Change: The Fixed Anvil Temperature Hypothesis
9/11/98 Jim Hartz Vanderbilt U. Worlds Apart: How the Distance Between Science and Journalism Threatens America's Future
4/25/75 Martin Harwit Cornell The Number of Phenomena Characterizing Our Universe
12/11/87 Martin Harwit Air & Space Museum Astronomical Discovery vs. Astrophysical Understanding
10/31/97 Martin Harwit ISO Science Team Scientific Results from the Infrared Space Observatory
5/16/80 Arthur D. Hasler Wisconsin Underwater Guideposts--Homing of Salmon
12/16/83 Michael G. Hauser GSFC The Infrared Astronomy Satellite (IRAS) Sky Survey
4/29/92 Michael Hauser GSFC COBE Looks at the Primeval Background Radiations
3/20/98 Mike Hauser Space Telescope Sci.Inst. COBE and the Diffuse Infrared Background
1/20/67 Satio Hayakawa Japan-Nagoya Infrared Observations of the Moon
3/7/14 Melissa Hayes-Gehrke U. Maryland Collisions in Space: The Threat of Asteroid Impacts
2/3/89 Paul B. Hays U. Michigan MELTER (Mesophere & Lower Thermosphere Explorer)
1/18/85 James W. Head Brown Geology of Venus
2/14/92 James Head Brown U. Venus Volcanism: The View from Magellan
12/13/91 Sally Heap GSFC First Results from Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph on HST
2/4/94 Sally Heap GSFC Star Formation in Other Galaxies: Results from Hubble
10/29/82 Timothy M. Heckman Maryland Clues to the Origin of Nuclear Activity in Galaxies
11/22/13 Jennifer Heldmann Ames Research Ctr. Mars: Periglacial Morphology and Ice Stability
12/5/80 David J. Helfand Columbia Einstein Results on Supernova Remnants and Cooling Neutron Stars
11/2/90 David J. Helfand Columbia The Mystery of the X-Ray Background: Solved at Last?
6/13/18 David J.  Helfand  Columbia Univ.  Surviving the Misinformation Age
5/30/03 David Helfand* Columbia Univ.  The Universal Timekeeper: Reconstructing History Atom by Atom
4/10/92 Michael Helfert JSC & GSFC Tropical Environmental Changes Documented from Space since 1965
5/25/84 Ronald W. Hellings JPL Testing Relativity with Solar System Dynamics
3/25/66 Robert A. Helliwell Stanford Whistlers and Very Low Frequency Emissions in the Magnetosphere
10/16/70 Robert A. Helliwell Stanford Whistlers and the Plasmasphere
5/5/06 David Henderson National Inst. Of Health Avian Influenza: Preparing for the Pandemic
12/9/66 George Herbig Lick T Tauri Stars: Whence They Come, Whither They Go
5/3/68 Sidney Hersh Navy The Navy's Deep Submergence Systems Project
1/14/15 Matthew Hertenstein DePauw U.  Foibles of the Predictive Mind
4/11/14 Brigette Hesman GSFC/U. Maryland Saturn's Great Northern Storm of 2010-2011: from storm clouds to hot vortices 
5/6/66 Wilmot N. Hess GSFC Origin of the Radiation Belts
5/21/71 Wilmot N. Hess NOAA-Boulder Weather Modification
12/1/06 Michael Hesse GSFC Space Weather Modeling: Successes and Challenges
3/8/96 Jeff Hester Arizona State U. Nebular `Microbiology' with the Hubble Space Telescope
3/18/83 Antony Hewish UK-Cambridge A New Look at Interplanetary Disturbances
6/9/72 Antony Hewish* UK-Cambridge The Nature of Pulsars
10/22/82 Leo J. Hickey Yale Plants and the Extinction of the Dinosaurs
4/21/67 Raymond Hide MIT The Planet Jupiter
6/10/88 Raymond Hide* UK Meteorolog.Off. Rotating Fluids in Geophysics and Planetary Physics
2/18/83 Henry A. Hill Arizona The Shape, Rotation and Vibration of the Sun
2/17/12 Frank Hill Nat. Solar Observ. Global Flows in the Sun and their Relationship to the Activity Cycle
5/30/14 Matthew Hill Johns Hopkins APL Latest Results from Voyager 1 Observation in the Very Local Interstellar Medium
3/28/18 Sharon Hill Lithospherica, LLC Earthquake Lights: Are They Real?
4/7/67 Colin O. Hines Chicago Gravity Waves in the Ionosphere
2/11/00 Gary Hinshaw GSFC Observing the Cosmic Microwave Background: A Unique Window on the Early Universe
1/19/07 Gary Hinshaw GSFC Taking the Measure of the Universe: Cosmology from the WMAP Mission
5/28/82 William J. Hinze Purdue Modern Petroleum Exploration: A Booming Industry
2/1/80 Robert M. Hjellming NRAO-NM New Results from the NRAO Very Large Array of Radio Telescopes
3/21/97 Peter Hobbs Univ. Washington Quonam Evasit Cloud Seeding Research?
11/18/94 Carroll Ann Hodges US Geo. Survey Minerals and World Affairs: Cause for Conflict?
4/25/03 Martin Hoffert New York Univ.  Energy for a Greenhouse Planet
3/27/98 Paul Hoffman Harvard Dance of the Continents
11/9/16 Kara  Hoffman University of Maryland HIgh-Energy Astrophysical Neutrinos  
9/19/75 Banesh Hoffmann CUNY-Queens Coll. Albert Einstein, Creator and Rebel
2/13/76 Robert Hofstadter Stanford Laser Induced Fusion
5/9/86 Douglas Hofstadter Michigan The Challenge of Analogy for Artificial Intelligence
1/29/10 Brent Holben GSFC AERONET- NASA’s Ground-based Satellite
4/25/14 Gordon Holman GSFC The Puzzle of Energy Release in Solar Eruptive Events 
5/25/01 Brian Holmes San Jose State U. The Physics of Brass Musical Instruments: What Do Horn Players Do with their Right Hand Anyway?
10/15/76 Stephen S. Holt GSFC The Temporal X-Ray Signatures of Neutron Stars and Black Holes
4/18/80 Stephen S. Holt GSFC New Results from the Einstein X-Ray Observatory
2/22/85 James R. Holton U.Wash.-Seattle Oscillations of the Equatorial Atmosphere
3/28/80 Neil A. Holtzman Johns Hopkins Detection of Human Genetic Disorders
10/3/80 Thomas E. Holzer Boulder-NCAR, HAO Solar Corona Holes and High Speed Wind Streams
10/2/98 Richard Hoover Marshall Sp.Flt. Ctr. Evidence for Microfossils in Ancient Rocks and Meteorites
3/20/09 Gary Horowitz U. Calif. Santa Barbara Quantum Black Holes
11/18/11 Sarah Horst U. Colorado Do the Building Blocks of Life Exist in Titan's Atmosphere: Lessons from the Lab
10/10/80 Nicholas Hotten Smithsonian A Cold Look at Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs
3/16/12 Ralph Houze U. Washington TRMM Insights into Recent Floods in India and Pakistan
1/20/12 Paul Hseih U.S. Geological Survey The Science Behind the Taming of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
12/15/00 Norden Huang GSFC Applications of the Hilbert-Huang Transform
1/8/71 Harvey H. Hubbard Langley Res. Ctr. Recent Results on Sonic Boom Research
12/7/12 Scott Hubbard Stanford U.  Exploring Mars: Following the Water
11/7/86 John P. Huchra Harvard-CfA Structure in the Universe: Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble
2/27/98 John Huchra Harvard Hubble Constant: the End Game
5/26/89 Hugh S. Hudson UC-San Diego Solar Cycle Variability of the Solar Luminosity
10/24/08 Scott Hughes Mass. Inst. Of Technology Astronomy with Gravitational Waves
11/19/10 Bei-Lok Hughes U. Maryland New View on Quantum Gravity and the Origin of the Universe
5/14/04 Gauthier Hulot GSFC Past and Future of the Earth's Magnetic Field
5/7/93 Arthur Hundhausen Boulder-NCAR/HAO Solar Coronal Activity
1/28/72 Donald M. Hunten KPNO Surface Topography of Mars
6/11/82 Donald M. Hunten* Arizona Titan--A Satellite with an Atmosphere
11/8/13 Terry Hurford GSFC Antarctic Rifts as an Analog for Studying Tidal Motions along Cracks on Icy Satellites
9/19/69 Patrick M. Hurley MIT Continental Drift
3/2/84 John B. Hutchings Canada-DAO Quasars and Colliding Galaxies
3/23/73 Charles L. Hyder GSFC-Albuquerque Solar Flares: Possible Mechanisms
1/6/67 J. Allen Hynek Northwestern Unusual Aerial Phenomena
3/30/73 Icko Iben Illinois Stellar Evolution
10/15/82 Icko Iben Illinois Stellar Evolution and the Carbon Star Mystery
3/13/18 Garth Illingworth # U. of California Santa Cruz Galaxies at Cosmic Dawn: Exploring the First Billion Years with Hubble and Spitzer - Implications for JWST
10/30/81 John Imbrie Brown Ice Ages
2/20/87 John Imbrie Brown U. Ice Ages and the Astronomical Theory
4/28/06 Marc Imhoff GSFC Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production - Can Earth Keep Up?
11/5/76 Andrew P. Ingersoll Caltech The Meteorology of Jupiter
10/1/10 Andrew  Ingersoll Cal. Inst. Tech.  Lightning on Saturn
1/28/83 Martin H. Israel Wash.U.-St.Louis HEAO Results on Ultraheavy Cosmic Rays
2/4/66 Luigi Jacchia Harvard-SAO Density Variations in the Heterosphere
6/7/74 William M. Jackson GSFC Kohoutek: a Scientific Spectacular
12/14/90 William M. Jackson UC-Davis Chemistry of Comets
3/4/15 Gail Skofronick Jackson GSFC Let it Rain and Snow: A Year of Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission Data
1/18/02 Daniel Jacob Harvard Atmospheric Chemistry: from Air Pollution to Global Change and Back
5/1/09 Daniel Jacob Harvard U. New Understanding of Air Polution: the Perspective from Space
10/12/84 Allan S. Jacobson JPL HEAO-3 and Gamma Ray Spectroscopy
2/7/18 Ted Jacobson University of Maryland Black Hole Entropy, Entanglement, and Holographic Spacetime
12/17/71 Richard H. Jahns Stanford Earthquake Hazards: Consequences and Possibilities for Prediction
5/6/15 Bruce Jakosky U. Colorado Early Results from the MAVEN Mission to Mars
12/8/95 Kay Jamison Johns Hopkins Med. Manic-depressive Illness and the Creative Mind
2/24/67 Robert Jastrow GISS Advances in Infrared Astronomy
2/25/77 Robert Jastrow GISS Cause for Climate Change
5/23/69 Ali Javan MIT Lasers
10/18/02 Ray Jayawardhana Univ. of Michigan Probing the Origins of Planetary Systems
5/31/74 Edward B. Jenkins Princeton Observations of the Interstellar Medium Using Copernicus
5/12/89 David C. Jewitt U. Hawaii Distant Comets
2/5/99 David Jewitt U. Hawaii The Kuiper Belt
10/9/98 Kenneth Jezek Ohio State U. Mapping Antarctica: The New Results from Radarsat
3/23/83 Donald Johanson Inst. Human Origins Life with Lucy
2/3/95 Donald Johanson Inst. Human Origins Lucy's Grandson
10/14/66 Francis S. Johnson Dallas-SCAS The Structure of the Lower Thermosphere
9/26/86 Torrence V. Johnson JPL Satellites of the Outer Solar System
5/30/97 Torrence Johnson JPL The Jovian System: a View from Galileo
10/15/04 Torrence Johnson Jet Propulsion Lab Galileo at Jupiter
11/5/14 Benjamin Johnson U. Maryland Balt. Cty. Life of a Snowflake
11/6/87 Arch Johnston Memphis State U. The Great Memphis Earthquake of 2010
2/18/15 Joanna Joiner GSFC Taking the Pulse of Plants from Space: Satellite Measurements of Chlorophyll Fluorescence 
10/2/70 Frank C. Jones GSFC The Rise and Fall of Galactic Cosmic Rays
6/3/05 Christopher Justice U. Maryland Global Monitoring of Fires from Space
10/1/71 Mark Kac Rockefeller U. The Nature of Statistical Thinking
5/30/18 Daniel Kadouri Rutgers University A Predator a Day Might Keep the Doctor Away
3/10/78 Michael L. Kaiser GSFC Earth: the Second Most Interesting Planet
6/6/86 Michael L. Kaiser GSFC The Voyager 2 Encounter with Uranus
1/18/08 Michael Kaiser GSFC New Views of the Sun and Inner Solar System from STEREO
10/15/14 Jason Kalirai Space Telescope Sci. Inst. The End Fate of Our Solar System
9/30/94 Eugenia Kalnay Nat. Meteorol. C. New Developments in Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction
10/17/08 Vicky Kalogera Northwestern U. Black Holes and Neutron Stars: From Explosive Birth to Powerful Mergers
10/12/01 Bruce Kane Maryland Quantum Computing
2/24/95 Tom Karl Nat. Climatic Data Observed Climate Change and Variations in the Instrument Record
5/23/86 Michele Kaufman Ohio State & GSFC Star Formation and Spiral Structure in the M81 Galaxy
4/28/00 Yoram Kaufman GSFC Early Results from EOS Terra
12/2/66 William M. Kaula UC-Los Angeles The Gravity Field of the Moon
6/8/90 William M. Kaula* UCLA Venus: A Contrast in Evolution to the Earth
5/19/86 H. U. Keller ESA First Results from the Giotto Encounter with Comet Halley
3/10/72 Kenneth Kellermann NRAO-Greenbank Radio Galaxies, Quasars and Cosmology
11/30/12 Richard Kelley GSFC The Thermal Detection of Energy Quanta
11/30/16 Richard Kelley * GSFC The Perseus Cluster of Galaxies and the Future of High-Resolution X-ray Spectroscopy
10/29/65 William W. Kellogg Boulder-NCAR Physics, Chemistry and Dynamics of the Atmosphere
11/19/65 Paul Kellogg Minnesota The Nature of the Magnetospheric Boundary and Shock Transition
11/19/76 Charles F. Kennel UC-Los Angeles What Have We Learned from Magnetospheres?
10/23/81 Charles F. Kennel UC-Los Angeles Pulsar Winds and the Crab Nebula
5/19/95 Charles Kennel NASA HQ Scientific Challenges of Mission to Planet Earth
2/15/74 Joseph P. Kerwin Johnson Space Ctr. Results from the First Skylab Mission
10/8/71 Edwin Kessler NOAA Severe Storms
4/30/04 Mark Kessler U. Calif., Santa Cruz Self-organization of Patterned Ground
12/5/97 Wolfgang Ketterle MIT Bose-Einstein Condensation and the Atom Laser
11/18/15 Wolfgang Ketterle MIT Ultracold Atoms as Quantum Simulators for New Materials - Optical Lattices, Synthetic Magnetic Fields and Topological Phases
5/18/07 Lisa Kewley Univ. Hawaii The Star Formation and Metallicity History of Galaxies
12/16/11 Krishan Khurana UCLA Moon Magnetic Fields and Oceans
3/18/05 Susan Kieffer U. Illinois Geologic Nozzles: Mount St. Helens, Old Faithful Geyser, and the Rapids of the Colorado River
9/29/95 Jeffrey Kiehl Nat.Ctr.Atmos.Res. Atmospheric Absorption of Solar Radiation
3/20/87 Randy Kimble Johns Hopkins Supernova 1987A: The First Month
10/5/90 Michael King GSFC Ship Tracks, Cloud Reflectance and Global Climate
11/16/01 Michael King& GSFC A Perspective of Our Planet’s Atmosphere, Land, and Oceans: A View from Space
3/28/14 Dalia Kirschbaum GSFC Finding the Slippery Slope: Detecting Landslides from Space
11/30/79 Robert P. Kirshner Michigan Supernovae
4/24/15 Robert Kirshner # Harvard U.  Hubble and the Extravagant Universe
4/4/75 Carl Kisslinger Boulder-UC Earthquake Physics and Earthquake Prediction
11/22/96 Philip J. Klass Aviation Week Bringing UFOs Down to Earth
5/15/92 Richard G. Klein Chicago Human Origins
11/3/78 Susan G. Kleinmann MIT Star Formation
10/6/67 Alex Klimas ARA-Princeton The Crab Nebula
9/27/13 James Klimchuk * GSFC Why is the Solar Corona So Hot?
3/18/94 George Kling Univ. Michigan Lake Nyos: An Update
1/10/75 Donald A. Kniffen GSFC Gamma Ray Observations of Galactic Structure and the Crab Nebula
2/21/92 Don Kniffen Hampden-Sydney Inst Galaxies, Black Holes, and Bursts: First Results from GRO
10/18/13 Matthew Knight Lowell Observatory What's the Big Deal about Comet ISON?
1/16/70 Leon Knopoff UC-Los Angeles The Upper Mantle of the Earth: Kinematics and Dynamics
3/18/15 Heather Knutson Calif. Inst. Tech. Atmospheres of Extrasolar Planets in the Super-Earth Era
1/20/06 Christof Koch Calif. Inst. Tech. The Quest for Consciousness - A Neurobiological Approach
10/15/10 Paul Kocin NOAA East Coast Snowstorms of 2009/2010: An Extraordinary Winter for a Variety of Reasons
3/9/12 Laura Koenig GSFC Cold Facts: Snow Accumulation Research in West Antarctica
4/9/99 Edward Kolb Fermi National Lab What's the Matter with the Universe: Photinos,Neutrinos, Wimpzillas, Omega, Lambda, et al.?
4/18/69 Zdenek Kopal UK-Manchester Erosion Processes on the Lunar Surface
2/26/10 Randal Koster GSFC Soil Moisture and Its Impacts on Climate Variability
3/3/95 Takeo Kosugi Nat. Astro. Obs. New Understanding of Solar Flares With Yohkoh Hard X-ray Images
10/14/15 Chryssa  Kouveliotou  George Washington U.  The State of Magnetars
11/20/09 William Krabill  & GSFC Airborne LIDAR/GPS Mapping of Ice Sheets and Glaciers
10/27/95 David Kramer Franklin & Marshall The Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem: Why Now?
12/3/10 Lawrence Krauss Arizona State U. Cosmology as Science? From Inflation to Eternity
3/12/76 E. Philip Krider Arizona Lightning
11/30/90 Fred Krimgolds USGS, Reston Techniques of Search-Rescue Following Earthquakes
5/7/04 Tom Krimigis Applied Physics Lab Voyager at the Edge of the Solar System?
2/21/86 Richard G. Kron Chicago The Faintest Galaxies and What They Tell Us
9/26/18 Leah  Krubitzer University of California, Davis Cortical Plasticity Within and Across Lifetimes
3/8/68 Lawrence S. Kubie Maryland-Baltimore Psychoanalysis as Science
3/26/71 Gerard P. Kuiper Arizona Planetary Atmospheres and Clouds
4/28/89 Shrinivas Kulkarni Caltech Pulsars: Old and New
3/30/01 Shrinivas Kulkarni Caltech Gamma Ray Bursts: Dying Cries from the Deep Universe
4/30/99 Christian Kummerow GSFC Results from TRMM
2/28/86 Mukul Kundu Maryland Radio Emission from the Sun and Stars
3/16/01 William Kuperman Scripps Institution Time-Reversed Acoustics
1/13/16 Nathan  Kurtz GSFC To the Ends of the Earth: Surveys of Polar Ice from Operation IceBridge
11/13/87 Siegfried Kutter Evergreen C. & GSFC The Origin and Evolution of Life on Earth
2/8/85 John Kutzbach Wisconsin Climate Change in the Last Twenty Thousand Years
11/18/88 Edward LaChapelle U. Washington Avalanches
5/18/84 Charles J. Lada Arizona Outflows from Young Stars
11/30/84 Frederick K. Lamb Illinois Probing Neutron Stars when Noise is Music to the Ear
1/13/06 Fred   Lamb U. Illinois The Impact of Rossi XTE on General Relativistics and High Energy Astrophysics
2/26/99 Steve Lamoreaux Los Alamos The Power of Nothing: Zeroing on the Casimir Effect
4/22/77 Helmut E. Landsberg Maryland Fluctuations of the Earth's Climate
12/15/06 Christopher Landsea Nat. Hurricane Center Hurricanes and Global Warming:  Expectations and Observations
1/8/99 Laura Landweber Princeton DNA, Cells, and Computation
2/6/81 Robert A. Langel GSFC The Magnetic Earth Viewed from Magsat
1/26/96 Robert Langel GSFC Recent Progress in Modeling the Near Earth Geomagnetic Field
10/24/03 Robert Lanza Advanced Cell Technology Cloning and Stem Cells in Medicine
3/9/79 Louis J. Lanzerotti Bell Labs Geomagnetic Influences on Man-Made Systems
3/8/91 Louis J. Lanzerotti Bell Labs Impact of Solar Activity on Technological Systems
1/30/70 Ralph E. Lapp Quadri-Science,Inc. The SALT Talks and Strategic Weapons Development
12/8/00 Erik Larson author Isaac's Storm: the Galveston Hurricane of 1900
6/1/16 Richard  Larson MIT Queues: The Long and the Short of Waiting
5/14/71 Gary V. Latham Columbia Results from Apollo Seismic Experiments--Implications
4/26/74 Gary V. Latham Texas Lunar Structure and Tectonism
2/19/93 William Lau GSFC Climate and the Global Hydrological Cycle
1/12/07 William Lau  GSFC Aerosols, Clouds, Rainfall, Winds and Climate Change
10/29/99 Robert Laughlin Stanford The Fractional Quantum Hall Effect
1/26/01 Daniel Lavanchy World Health Organization Epidemics: Properties, Surveillance and Early Warnings
4/8/15 Charles Lawrence Jet Propulsion Lab Measuring the Universe
5/16/86 Kenneth L. Laws Dickinson The Physics of Dance
10/5/71 L. S. B. Leakey Kenya-Nairobi Man's Evolution in Africa
1/17/03 Judith   Lean Naval Research Laboratory Solar Forcing of Climate - The Previous Millenium, the coming Millenium
5/21/99 John Learned U. Hawaii The Discovery of Neutrino Oscillations and Mass: Muon Disappeareance at SuperKamiokande
10/24/86 Stephen Leatherman U. Maryland Barrier Islands
10/30/09 Dave Leckrone GSFC Hubble: A New Beginning
11/1/85 Leon Lederman Fermilab The Early Universe
3/2/79 Typhoon Lee Chicago Al-26 in Early Solar System, Indicator for a Supernova Trigger?
9/27/96 Ants Leetmaa Nat. Ctrs. Environ. Climate Predictions for the US: Problems&Potentials
12/13/96 John Leibacher Nat. Solar Observ. Helioseismology: Probing the Invisible Interior...
11/5/69 Robert B. Leighton Caltech The Mariner 6 and 7 Television Experiment
3/12/10 Margaret Leinen Climate Response Fund What Are the Implications of Increased Calls for Geoengineering Research?
10/7/77 Cecil E. Leith Boulder-NCAR Climate Predictability
11/4/11 Richard Lenski Michigan State U.  Evolutionary Dynamics in a 50,000 Generations Experiment with Bacteria
11/7/80 Conway B. Leovy Washington-Seattle The Climate of Mars
3/24/78 Ronald P. Lepping GSFC What Mariner 10 Has Told Us About Venus and Mercury
5/19/06 Laurie Leshin GSFC Early Results from Stardust
2/1/17 Emily  Levesque University of Washington Host Environments and Progenitor Evolution of Long-Duration Gamma-Ray Bursts
3/18/70 Gilbert B. Levin Biospherics,Inc. Detection of Extraterrestrial Life
1/16/87 Joel S. Levine NASA-Langley The Early Atmosphere: A New View
11/1/91 Joel Levine Langley Res. Ctr. Biomass Burning: A Driver for Global Change?
9/27/91 David H. Levy Tucson, AZ How to Discover Comets and Other Things
3/14/86 Walter H.G. Lewin MIT The Radio Pulsar/X-Ray Binary Connection
11/8/74 John S. Lewis MIT Origin of the Solar System
2/17/89 Kenneth G. Libbrecht Caltech New Findings from Helioseismology
3/6/70 Willard F. Libby UC-Los Angeles Space Chemistry
5/14/76 William Liller Harvard What X-Ray Sources Look Like to an Optical Astronomer
1/26/68 John C. Lilly Comm.Res.Inst-Fla Dolphins and Communication
10/18/96 Douglas N.C. Lin U.Cal. Santa Cruz The Origin of Planetary Systems
9/27/02 Robert Lin Univ. California Berkeley Views from the Sun and other Gamma-Ray Emitters - First Results from RHESSI
3/27/09 Shawn-Yu Lin Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. Non-periodic Nanostructure: a New Pathway to Control the Flow of Light
4/11/97 Donald A.B. Lindberg Nat. Lib. Med. Computers, the Modern Library, and Medicine
2/13/70 Richard S. Lindzen Chicago The Quasi-Biennial Oscillation of the Earth's Atmosphere
1/22/82 Richard S. Lindzen Harvard Current Views of the Atmospheric Circulation of Planet Earth
12/9/94 Richard Lindzen MIT A Current View of Global Warming
10/31/80 Jeffrey L. Linsky Boulder-JILA Chromospheres and Coronae of Stars
12/4/87 Jeffrey L. Linsky JILA & U. Colorado Inferring the Spatial Structure of Active Stars
11/21/75 John Linsley New Mexico Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays: Recent Air Shower Results & Interp.
10/20/78 Sarah L. Lippincott Swarthmore Our Stellar Neighbors
10/10/03 Mario Livio Space Telescope Sci.Inst. The Golden Ratio
9/23/14 Mario Livio Space Telescope Sci. Inst. Brilliant Blunders
10/5/07 Fred   Lo NRAO Megamasers, Dark Energy, and the Hubble Constant
4/29/88 Jay Lockman NRAO First 21 Years of Astronomy with NRAO 300-ft Telescope, Green Bank
3/29/02 Avi Loeb Harvard University The First Sources of Light and the Reionization of the Universe
1/5/01 Suzanne Lomax National Gallery of Art The Application of Chemistry to the Examination of Works of Art
1/22/71 Julius London Boulder-UC The Radiation Budget of the Planet Earth
10/26/90 Malcolm Longair Roy. Obs.,Edinburgh Galaxy Formation -- The Plot Thickens
4/20/79 Edward N. Lorenz MIT Weather and Climate--Predictable Or Unpredictable?
1/13/95 Ed Lorenz MIT The Ubiquity of Chaos
12/4/09 Ralph Lorenz Applied Physics Lab Lakes of Hydrocarbons and Seas of Sand on Titan
1/24/14 Ralph Lorenz Johns Hopkins APL Dune Worlds : How Windblown Sand Shapes Planetary Landscapes 
5/20/15 Duncan Lorimer West Virginia U.  Fast Radio Bursts: The Story So Far
10/23/70 Frank J. Low Arizona Infrared Astronomy
10/8/65 Paul D. Lowman GSFC Terrain Photography from Gemini Spacecraft
1/7/72 Paul D. Lowman GSFC Earth,Moon,Mars:Comparative Crustal Evolution of Silicate Planets
9/26/75 Paul D. Lowman GSFC Geology from Washington to the Alleghenies
3/11/94 Paul Lowman GSFC Geology of Maryland: From Highway and Skyway
3/5/04 Paul Lowman GSFC Space Exploration and Plate Tectonics
4/3/87 Baerbel Lucchitta USGS-Flagstaff Martian and Terrestrial Glacial Features
5/30/86 Jonathan Lunine Arizona The Nature and Evolution of Brown Dwarf Atmospheres
11/8/91 Jonathan Lunine U. Arizona Does Titan Have an Ocean?
1/25/08 Jonathan Lunine U. Arizona Titan from Cassini-Huygens: A Once and Future Earth?
6/6/14 Scott Luthcke & GSFC Satellite Geodesy and NASA Earth Remote Sensing Missions
3/14/03 David Lynch Aerospace Corporation Color and Light in Nature
4/30/10 David Lynch The Aerospace Corp. Color and Light in Nature
5/3/17 David Lynch Thule Scientific  Color and Light in Nature: Seeing the Sky with the Naked Eye
12/3/65 Raymond Lyttleton UK-Cambridge The Nature and Origin of Comets
3/13/09 Chung-Pei Ma U. Calif. Berkeley Galaxy Mergers in a Lambda-Cold-Dark-Matter Universe
4/24/09 Allan MacDonald U. Texas Graphene: Exploring Carbon Flatland
1/26/73 Lester Machta NOAA Man's Influence on the Climate
10/5/12 Philip Mackowiak U. Md. School Medicine Beethoven and the Sound that Failed
5/24/74 Robert M. MacQueen Boulder-HAO Skylab/ATM Observations of the Sun
5/3/13 Paul  Mahaffy GSFC Satisfying our Curiosity about the Habitability of Ancient Mars with 9 Months of Exploration of Gale Crater
10/1/14 Paul Mahaffy * GSFC Chlorinated Organics in a Gale Crater Mudstone and the Imprint of an Ancient Fluvial Environment in 3 Billion Year Old Water Found in a 4 Billion Year Old Martian Rock
1/29/99 Michael Malin Malin Sp.Sci. Systems Rocks and Shocks: High Resolution Photographic Investigation of Mars
11/2/16 Joan  Maloof Salisbury University Nature's Temples: The Complex World of Old-Growth Forests
5/28/10 Tom Malzbender Hewlett-Packard Labs. The Antikythera Mechanism
2/4/83 Syukuro Manabe NOAA-GFDL Numerical Modeling Studies of CO2-Induced Climate Change
10/13/95 Syukuro Manabe NOAA, Princeton U. The Role of Oceans and Continental Surfaces in Climate Variability
10/9/92 Richard Manchester Australia/Princeton Pulsars--Young and Old
9/28/16 Avi Mandell GSFC Exoplanets as Planets: Bridging the Gap Between Observations and Modeling of Exoplanet Atmospheres
3/21/75 Stephen P. Maran GSFC Infrared Astronomy in Space
5/2/97 Geoffrey Marcy San Francisco St. New Planetary Detections
12/14/07 Geoffrey Marcy # U. Calif. Berkeley Properties of Exoplanets:  Orbits, Interiors, and Origins
10/6/00 Michael Marder Univ. of Texas How Things Break
3/3/67 Henry Margenau Yale A Message of Modern Physics to Philosophers
4/25/80 Bruce H. Margon UC-Los Angeles The Bizarre Spectrum of SS 433
9/8/00 Bruce Margon U. Washington The Universe in Ten Terabytes: Scientific Results from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
10/17/80 Lynn Margulis Boston U. Gaia: Biology and the Atmosphere
2/15/91 Lynn Margulis Massachusetts NASA's Gaia vs. NSF's Microcosm
11/3/00 Lynn Margulis& Univ. of Massachusetts New Gaia: Living Earth from Space
10/7/81 Hans M. Mark NASA HQ NASA in the Shuttle Era: NASA, DOD, Space Science Relations
1/28/66 William Markowitz USNO Relativity Tests by Precise Timing & Experiments in Radio Astron.
1/20/16 Paul Markowski Penn State U. How to Make a Tornado: Ideas Emerging from Decades of Theory, Simulation, and Field Observations
9/18/98 Brian Marsden Smithsonian Ast. Ob. Potentially Hazardous Asteroids: '2028' and All That
11/5/04 Christopher Martin Calif. Inst. Tech. GALEX: A Year Exploring the UV Universe
5/31/17 William Martin Catoctin Land Trust The Timber Rattlesnake, a 44-Year Study and an Overview
5/16/18 Katherine Marvel Columbia Univ.  What Does Recent History Teach Us About Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity?
10/14/83 Ursula B. Marvin SAO Collecting Meteorites in Antartica
2/11/94 Glenn Mason Univ. Maryland SAMPLEX Mission Overview and Scientific Results
3/31/95 Glenn Mason U. Maryland SAMPEX Mission Overview and Scientific Results
2/9/07 Todd/Robin Mason   The Journey to Palomar
10/28/77 Harold Masursky USGS A Viking View of Mars Geologic Processes
2/9/90 John C. Mather GSFC First Results from the COBE Mission
10/25/02 John Mather GSFC The James Webb Space Telescope and Beyond
11/21/06 John Mather GSFC The COBE Legacy
12/14/16 Jennifer Mather University of Lethbridge Non-Terrestrial Intelligence: Octopuses
6/7/17 John Mather GSFC Future Science, Brilliant Engineering, for James Webb Space Telescope
5/17/96 Pam Matson U.Cal. Berkeley Changes in the Global Nitrogen and Carbon Budgets
11/17/67 Thomas Matthews Maryland Quasars
12/10/71 Bernd T. Matthias UC-San Diego Superconductivity
10/30/92 William Matuszeski Ches.Bay.Prog./EPA Progress in the Chesapeake Bay
12/10/04 Michael Maunder Fairchild Tropical Garden Invasive Species
3/30/07 Claire  Max Univ. Calif. Santa Cruz Nearby Active Galaxies Seen with Keck Telescope Adaptive Optics
2/26/88 Robert May Princeton The Transmission Dynamics of HIV (AIDS)
2/17/84 Hans G. Mayr GSFC Superrotation in Planetary Atmospheres
11/8/85 Donald McCarthy Arizona Extrasolar Planets and Brown Dwarfs
1/27/89 Patrick McCarthy Mt. Wilson/Las Camp Galaxies in the Early Universe
4/17/98 Chuck McClain GSFC New Results in Ocean Biology from SeaWIFS
6/3/11 Jeffrey McClintock Center for Astrophys. The Full Story on Eight Stellar-Mass Black Holes
5/21/12 David McComas Southwest Res. Inst. Science Results from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer - IBEX
2/1/74 Thomas B. McCord MIT Composition of the Asteroids
5/29/92 Pat McCormick Langley Res. Ctr. Mt. Pinatubo: Effects on the Environment
10/29/76 Richard A. McCray Boulder-UC Interstellar Gas Dynamics
5/4/84 Richard A. McCray Boulder-JILA, UC Supernovae, Giant Interstellar Shells & Propagating Star Formation
8/14/08 W. Patrick McCray U. Calif. Santa Barbara Keep Watching the Skies!: The Story of Operation Moonwatch and the Dawn of the Space Age
10/8/65 James A. McDivitt Manned Spacecraft C Terrain Photography from Gemini Spacecraft
11/7/69 Frank B. McDonald GSFC Galactic and Solar Cosmic Rays
4/9/82 Frank B. McDonald GSFC Studies of Solar System & Cosmic Rays Using Pioneer 10 & Voyager
5/7/99 Frank McDonald U. Maryland 40 Years of Science at Goddard
5/7/04 Frank McDonald U. Maryland Voyager at the Edge of the Solar System?
5/16/08 John McDonald, III Kennedy Krieger Inst. Contemporary Evidence-based Research in Spinal Cord Rehabilitation
1/31/14 William McDonough U. Maryland Imaging the Earth's Interior with Geo-neutrinos
11/12/14 Jonathan McDowell Harvard/Smithsonian  Space and Earth: How the Search for MH370 Reveals the Ubiquity - and Limitations - of Surveillance from Space
12/16/66 W. D. McElroy Johns Hopkins Bioluminescence
3/3/72 Michael B. McElroy Harvard Evolution of Planetary Atmospheres
2/14/75 Michael B. McElroy Harvard Atmospheric Ozone--Bombs, Planes, Spray Cans and What Else?
10/19/84 Michael B. McElroy Harvard Life, Milankovitch and Climate
10/8/14 Michael McElwain GSFC See the Ball, Be the Ball: How to Find and Characterize Planets Beyond our Solar System 
10/8/10 Julie McEnery * GSFC Two Years of Discovery with the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope
5/23/18 Alfred McEwen University of Arizona Are Martian Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) Habitable?
4/26/13 Beth McGee Chesapeake Bay Inst.  Chesapeake Bay Clean Water Blueprint
6/6/18 Patrick McGovern U. Penn Ancient Brews Rediscovered and Re-created
1/10/18 Matthew McHarg Air Force Academy High-speed Imaging and Spectra of Streamers and Leaders
5/10/91 Chris McKay Ames Research Ctr. Terraforming Mars
5/3/96 Chris McKay NASA Ames Existence of Life in Extreme Environments
1/31/97 David McKay NASA Johnson Search for Past Life on Mars
10/7/11 Erin McKean Wordnik How to Make a Massively Multiplayer Dictionary 
1/11/85 Malcolm McKenna Mus.Nat.Hist.,NYC Fossil Mammals: What is the Evidence for Cosmic Extinctions?
4/16/99 Miles McPhee McPhee Research Co. The Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic--The Problem and the Program
1/31/03 Harry McSween, Jr. Univ. of Tennessee The Rocks of Mars, from Far and Near
10/16/09 Jaylee Mead  GSFC The Early Years at Goddard
2/10/78 Dennis Meadows Dartmouth Dynamics of the Limits to Energy Growth
12/8/06 Victoria Meadows Calif. Inst. Tech. The Virtual Planetary Laboratory and the Search for Life Beyond Our Solar System
3/20/70 Robert R. Meier NRL Geocoronal Hydrogen Airglow
5/26/72 Aden B. Meinel Arizona Thermal Conversion of Solar Energy for Central Power Stations
10/18/85 Aden B. Meinel Arizona Sunsets, Twilights and Evening Skies
10/18/85 Marjorie Meinel JPL Sunsets, Twilights and Evening Skies
4/16/04 Fulvio Melia U. of Arizona The Supermassive Black Hole at the Center of Our Galaxy
11/21/86 N. David Mermin Cornell U. Is the Moon There when Nobody Looks?: Quantum Mysteries for Anyone
2/11/72 Eugen W. Merzbacher North Carolina Gedanken Experiments: How to Do Experiments Without Funds
10/22/10 Richard Mewaldt Cal. Inst. Tech.  Record-Breaking Cosmic-Ray Intensities During an Unusual Solar-Minimum and in the Distant Past
2/17/67 Peter Meyer Chicago Cosmic Ray Electrons
4/23/76 Peter Meyer Chicago Cosmic Rays: Astronomy with High-Energy Particles
12/3/82 Andrew Michalitsianos GSFC Interacting Binary Stars: The Symbiotic Mystery
3/19/82 Donald J. Michels NRL The Comet that Smashed into the Sun
10/4/91 Philip Michlin Western Mich. U. The Drying of the Aral Sea: A Man-made Environmental Disaster
6/8/12 Elizabeth Middleton & GSFC Advancing Study of Ecosystems from Space with Spectroscopy
3/30/16 Jessica Miesel Michigan State U.  Fires in the Wild West: Forest Carbon, Black Carbon and Post-fire Nutrient Dynamics
4/30/82 Richard H. Miller Chicago Computer Modeling of Galaxy Formation
1/10/95 Henry Miller Historic St. Mary's Project Lead Coffin: the Search for Maryland's Founders
10/21/11 Jon Miller U. Michigan Galactic Black Holes
11/16/16 Tracey Mincer  Woods Hole Research Center The Unnatural History of Plastic Marine Debris  
2/23/73 Jack Minker Maryland Artificial Intelligence
10/4/67 M. Minnaert Netherl.-Utrecht The Spectrum of the Solar Photosphere: Aims and Problems
11/15/68 Marvin L. Minsky MIT Experiments with Artificial Intelligence
3/29/96 Bernard Minster& UC San Diego Global Space Geodesy: A New Look at Active Tectonics
6/7/85 Yale Mintz GSFC & Wash/Seattle The Movement of Water over the Globe
4/6/01 Larry Mintz Maryland Humor as a Social and Cultural Phenomenon
12/11/73 Charles W. Misner Maryland Defusing the Cosmological (Big-Bang) Singularity
4/18/75 J. Murray Mitchell NOAA-EDS Is There an Ice Age in Our Future?
5/11/79 J. Murray Mitchell NOAA The Drought-Sunspot Connection
2/25/72 Milton A. Mitz NASA HQ Exploring the Distant Parts of the Solar System
5/23/03 Eberhard Moebius Univ. of New Hampshire Exploring Beyond the Solar System
3/22/17 Rabindra Mohapatra University of Maryland Neutrino Mass: Where We Are, Where We Are Going and Why Is It Important?
6/2/89 Mario Molina JPL Chlorine Chemistry in the Polar Stratosphere
11/15/96 Mario Molina& M.I.T. Stratospheric Ozone Depletion: A Global Problem
4/13/84 E. Mollo-Christenson GSFC Dynamics of the Sea Ice Edge
5/18/01 Michael Molnar Rutgers The Star of Bethlehem
4/16/10 Michael Montgomery Naval Postgraduate Sch. Some Recent Developments in Tropical Cyclone Dynamics
1/21/66 Elliott Montroll Maryland Mathematical Models in Biological and Behavioral Problems
3/1/96 Hal Mooney Stanford Biodiversity - Significance of Additions and Deletions
3/7/69 Francis D. Moore Harvard The Effect of Acute Stress on Body Composition
9/8/89 Berrien Moore U. New Hampshire The Global Carbon Cycle - Balances and Imbalances
5/9/03 Berrien  Moore Univ. of New Hampshire The Carbon Cycle: A Hallmark of Global Environmental Change
5/18/16 Thomas Moore GSFC The Magnetic Musculature of Space as Revealed by MMS
3/10/06 Warren Moos Johns Hopkins U. How Much Deuterium in the Milky Way?
5/12/95 James Moran Harvard-Smithsonian Searching for Massive Black Holes With Megamasers
2/8/91 Mark Morris UCLA & Grenoble A Cometary Supergiant in the Winds of the Galactic Center
4/29/66 Philip Morrison MIT The Output of a Supernova
12/19/69 Philip Morrison MIT X-Rays and Cosmic Rays Between the Galaxies
9/18/81 David D. Morrison Hawaii Voyager Looks at Saturn
12/6/91 David Morrison NASA-Ames Cosmic Catastrophies
11/14/08 David Morrison Ames Research Ctr. Impacts and Evolution
4/13/16 Adele Morrison Princeton University Upwelling in the Southern Ocean
6/8/73 Philip Morrison* MIT Two Universes: the Thermal and the Ordered
2/7/14 Douglas Morton GSFC Fire in the Earth System
5/4/16 Harvey  Moseley GSFC Exploration, Discovery, and Technology in Space Astrophysics
10/23/87 Ellen Mosley-Thompson Ohio State U. Global Paleoclimatic Reconstruction: Ice Core Contributions
1/24/92 E. Moudrianakis Johns Hopkins U. A New Twist on Genetics
3/25/94 Peter Mouginis-Mark Univ. Hawaii Hot Rocks and Satellites: Remote Sensing of Volcanoes, etc.
10/10/69 Paul M. Muller JPL Mascons on the Moon
12/5/75 Michael J. Mumma GSFC Comets
4/25/97 Michael Mumma GSFC Comets!
2/25/05 Michael Mumma GSFC Detection and Mapping of Methane on Mars
6/5/09 Michael Mumma * GSFC Methane on Mars — Geology, Biology, Neither, or Both?
11/9/07 Scott Murchie Applied Physics Lab Mapping of Mars' Surface and Atmosphere by the CRISM Imaging Spectrometer on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
2/19/82 Richard F. Mushotzky GSFC Active Galaxies: What X-Ray Observations Tell Us
12/6/85 Richard F. Mushotzky GSFC Supermassive Black Holes at the Center of Galaxies
2/9/01 Richard Mushotzky GSFC The X-Ray Background - A Year of Discovery
1/28/05 Richard Mushotzky GSFC The Accretion History of the Universe - New Results on Active Galaxies from Chandra and XMM
3/14/80 Thomas A. Mutch NASA HQ The Geology of Mars--Discoveries from Viking
10/27/11 Alden Myer Union Concerned Scientists Policy Responses to the Threat of Global Climate Change
8/30/17 n/a n/a GSFC Film: The Farthest: Voyager in Space
12/13/17 Sultana  Nahar Ohio State U. Knowing the Universe through Atoms
4/23/82 Yosio Nakamura Texas-Galveston Moonquakes: Key to Lunar Structure
5/7/76 Jerome Namias UC-San Diego Air-Sea Interactions and Climate Changes
4/21/00 Kirpal Nandra GSFC X-rays from Extragalactic Black Holes
4/4/97 Ramesh Narayan Harvard Black Holes and Event Horizons
9/22/67 Rocco S. Narcisi AFCRL The Ionospheric D and E Regions
4/16/93 Randy Nelson Johns Hopkins Biological Clocks
4/20/90 Anthony Nero UC-Berkeley Indoor Radon: Myths and Reality
3/31/67 Norman F. Ness GSFC Solar Wind and Planetary Magnetic Fields
1/30/76 Norman F. Ness GSFC Planetary Magnetism
2/3/84 Norman F. Ness GSFC Planetary Magnetism
4/5/91 Gayl Ness Michigan The Population Crisis and its Global Impact
12/2/05 Norman Ness Bartol Research Inst. Voyager I Exits the Heliosphere by Crossing the Termination Shock
2/28/92 Marcia Neugebauer JPL The Interaction of the Solar Wind with Active Comets
4/22/05 Greg Neumann MIT New Perspectives on Old Impacts: The Crustal Structure of Moon and Mars
5/3/74 Werner M. Neupert GSFC Observations of Solar Activity by OSO-7
11/7/03 Heidi Newberg Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. The Ring Around the Milky Way
11/12/65 Homer Newell NASA HQ Some Thoughts on the Future of the Space Program
11/22/68 Reginald E. Newell MIT The Circulation of the Upper Atmosphere
10/25/68 Gordon A. Newkirk,Jr. Boulder-HAO The Solar Corona
1/14/11 Paul Newman GSFC What Would Have Happened to the Ozone Layer if Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) Had Not Been Regulated?
6/10/11 Paul A.  Newman & GSFC The Montreal Protocol and the Recent Findings of the Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2010
3/1/74 Robert R. Newton APL Non-Gravitational Forces in the Earth-Moon System
4/14/67 Edward P. Ney Minnesota The Optical Environment of the Earth
4/21/78 Edward P. Ney Minnesota Star Dust
12/7/01 Jack Ng U. North Carolina Quantum Foam
10/9/09 Y. Jack Ng U. North Carolina A Cosmic Peek at Spacetime Foam
3/10/00 Sharon Nicholson Florida State U. The Influence of Land Surface Changes, Natural and Anthropogenic, on Climatic Change in West Africa
5/13/15 Miguel Nicolelis Duke School of Medicine Computing with Populations of Neurons: from Basic Science to Brain-Machine Interfaces
2/24/06 Hasso Niemann GSFC Huygens and Cassini Results at Titan
11/9/90 Euan Nisbet Saskatchewan,Canada The Role of Life in Shaping the Young Earth
1/17/14 Larry Nittler Carnegie Inst. of Washington Exploring Mercury: Scientific Results from the MESSENGER Mission
4/4/08 William Noel Walters Art Gallery Eureka! The Archimedes Palimpsest
4/20/07 Keith Noll Space Tel. Sci. Inst Is Pluto a Planet? The Great Planet Debate
12/1/67 William Nordberg GSFC Meteorology from Space
11/10/72 William Nordberg GSFC Results from the Earth Resources Technology Satellite
10/18/91 Michael Norman U. Illinois Supercomputing in Astrophysics
12/7/79 Gerald R. North GSFC What Can Toy Models Tell Us about the Earth's Climate?
3/16/16 Gerald North Texas A&M University What Can a Greenland Ice Core Tell us about Climate over the Last 4000 Years?
10/20/72 Robert W. Noyes Harvard-SAO Ultraviolet Observations of the Sun
4/16/76 Amos M. Nur Stanford Earthquakes: Cause and Prediction
3/3/89 Joseph A. Nuth GSFC Puzzles, Paradigms and Research on the Origins of Solar Systems
3/11/83 Otto W. Nuttli Wash.U.-St.Louis The New Madrid (MO) Earthquake
10/3/86 James O'Brien Florida State U. Numerical Model of the Arabian Sea
9/20/96 Stephen O'Brien Nat. Cancer Inst. Adapting Genes and Genomes:..."Big Cats"
2/17/95 Robert O'Dell Rice Protoplanetary Disks in the Orion Nebula
6/3/66 John A. O'Keefe GSFC Physical Processes on the Surface of the Moon
10/13/67 John A. O'Keefe GSFC The Moon and Its Environment
9/12/69 John A. O'Keefe GSFC Lunar Science After Apollo 11
9/28/84 John A. O'Keefe GSFC History of the Earth-Moon System
3/7/75 Gerard K. O'Neill Princeton Colonization of Space
1/10/86 Charles B. Officer Dartmouth Volcanism and Cretaceous/Tertiary Extinctions
10/12/90 Charles B. Officer Dartmouth New Information on the Fate of the Dinosaurs
10/20/95 Hakki Ogelman U. Wisconsin Pulsars, Neutron Stars, and Jets
5/23/75 Keith W. Ogilvie GSFC Interaction of the Solar Wind with Planets
5/26/00 Keith Ogilvie GSFC The Day the Solar Wind Disappeared
2/13/19 Angela Olinto University of Chicago Space Probes of the Highest Energy Particles: POEMMA & EUSO-SPB
2/20/70 Vincent J. Oliver NOAA Weather Forecasting with Satellites
3/11/77 Vincent J. Oliver NOAA Severe Weather as Seen from a Satellite
11/6/09 Peter Olson Johns Hopkins U.  Probing the Geodynamo
5/2/14 Luke Oman GSFC Modeling Extreme Events in the Earth System
1/24/18 Lazaros Oreopoulos GSFC Clouds: Regulators of Earth's Radiation Budget
12/11/92 Harold Orville S.Dakota Mines/Tech Weather Modification Around the World
3/28/97 Douglas Osheroff Stanford Superfluid Helium-3
12/16/05 Douglas Osheroff Stanford Understanding the Columbia Shuttle Accident and its Impace on the Fiture of Human Space Flight
4/11/08 Rachel Osten U. Maryland New Insights into the Physics of Stellar Flares
3/10/67 Donald E. Osterbrock Wisconsin Gaseous Nebulae
6/4/99 Jeremiah Ostriker* Princeton Computing the Cosmos
9/15/00 Steve Ostro JPL Strange Worlds: Radar Encounters with Earth-Approaching Asteroids
5/13/88 Ed Ott U. Maryland Chaos, Strange Attractors & Fractal Basin Bound. in Non-Linear Dyn
3/5/76 Tobias C. Owen SUNY-Stony Brook The Giant Planets and Their Satellites
1/12/90 Tobias C. Owen SUNY-Stony Brook Deuterium in Solar System: Clue to Origin & Evol. Plan. Atmosphere
4/19/91 Bohdan Paczynski Princeton Gravitational Lenses
12/10/99 Bohdan Paczynski Princeton Hypernovae and Gamma Ray Bursts
4/9/76 Hans A. Panofsky Penn State Weather Satellites and the Problem of Clear Air Turbulence
4/8/11 Robert Pappalrdo Jet Propulsion Lab Searching for Europa's Hidden Ocean
9/29/89 Robert L. Park U. Maryland A Palladium Curtain Descends over Utah
1/7/66 Eugene N. Parker Chicago The Galactic Halo and Cosmic Rays
10/29/71 Eugene N. Parker Chicago Origin of Magnetic Fields
12/1/78 Eugene N. Parker Chicago What Is a Sunspot?
9/23/88 Eugene N. Parker U. Chicago How Well Do We Understand the Closest Star - the Sun?
6/7/68 Eugene N. Parker* Chicago Dynamics of Magnetic Fields & Cosmic Rays: Effect on Gal. Evolut'n
2/14/86 Claire L. Parkinson GSFC Observations and Theory of Global Sea Ice Distributions
5/4/12 Claire  Parkinson GSFC Aqua at Ten Years and Counting
6/10/15 Claire  Parkinson & GSFC Climate Change as Revealed in Satellite Sea Ice Observations
10/30/87 Kumar Patel Bell Labs. Key Findings of APS Study of Science & Tech. of Directed Energy
10/19/12 DJ Patil Greylock Partners Science and Industry -- Lessons from LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, and All those Other Companies in Silicon Valley
11/9/84 Joseph Patterson Columbia The Evolution of Cataclysmic Variables
2/18/72 C. Payne-Gaposhkin Harvard-SAO Magellanic Clouds and the Structure of Our Galaxy
1/15/82 John C. Pearl GSFC The Voyager 2 Flyby of the Saturnian System
3/5/71 P. James E. Peebles Princeton Galaxies--The Challenge and the Opportunity for Cosmology
10/27/78 P. James E. Peebles Princeton Recent Developments in Cosmology
9/25/92 P. James E. Peebles Princeton COBE and the Large-Scale Structure of the Universe
10/4/85 Richard Peltier Toronto Deformation of the Earth's Crust by Large Ice Sheets
10/11/96 W.R. Peltier Univ. Toronto Dynamic Complexity in Three Geophysical Fluids
9/12/95 Roger Penrose Oxford Univ. Shadows of the Mind
3/23/79 F. W. Perkins Princeton The Tokamak Approach to Controlled Fusion
5/5/00 Sidney Perkowitz Emory U. Galaxies, Beer, and Baked Alaska: the Science of Foams
11/3/89 Richard A. Perley NRAO-Socorro High-Resolution Studies of Radio Galaxies with Very Large Array
4/2/99 Saul Perlmutter Lawrence Berkeley Lab Distant Supernovae and the Accelerating Universe
4/25/18 Mark  Perry Applied Physics Lab Ring Rain and Tar Polluting Saturn: A New Understanding of the Interactions Between Saturn and Its Rings 
6/8/01 Michael Perryman* ESA/ESTEC The Three-Dimensional Structure of our Galaxy
12/10/76 Joseph E. Persico White House 1918: the Plague Year
12/10/65 Sidney Pestka NIH Biological Coding
5/9/18 Kirstin Petersen Cornell U. Designing Robot Collectives
10/25/96 Vahe Petrosian Stanford Univ. Gravitationally Lensed Arcs in Clusters: a New Way...
1/14/66 Harry E. Petschek Avco-Everett Whistler Waves and a Limit on Stably Trapped Particles
5/27/66 Gordon H. Pettengill MIT Recent Radar Results: Rotation & Surface Features of Inner Planets
11/17/72 Gordon H. Pettengill MIT Planetary Radar Astronomy
4/29/83 N. Douglas Pewitt White House-OSTP Science Policy at the White House
11/1/13 Rob Pfaff GSFC It Is Rocket Science -- Remarkable Discoveries from NASA's Sounding Rocket Program  
2/25/94 George Philander Princeton El Nino: A Predictable Climate Fluctuation
1/22/99 William Phillips NIST Almost Absolute Zero: the Story of Laser Cooling and Trapping
2/6/70 John A. Philpotts GSFC Summary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Sample Analyses
5/19/72 Robert A. Phinney Princeton Structure of the Earth's Core
3/9/01 E. Sterl Phinney Caltech LISA and Gravitational Radiation
12/6/02 Steward  Pickett Inst. For Ecosystem Studies The Structure and Function of Metropolitan Baltimore as an Ecological System
3/26/04 Roger Pielke Colorado State U. Ten Overlooked Issues in the IPCC and US National Assessments of Climate Change
9/18/70 George F. Pieper GSFC Priorities in Space Science and Applications
3/15/74 Willard J. Pierson CUNY-City Coll. Physical Oceanography from Space
5/21/04 Catherine Pilachowski* Indiana U. Giant Telescopes, Heavy Metal, and Ancient Superstars
5/22/70 Robert O. Piland Manned Spacecraft C Remote Sensing of Earth Resources from Aircraft and Satellites
11/7/97 David Pimentel& Cornell Global Depletion of Topsoil: Implications for Society
11/9/79 David Pines Illinois Compact X-Ray Sources
11/12/99 Walter Pitman Columbia Noah's Flood
3/31/06 Phil Plait Sonoma State U. The Moon Hoax Hoax
1/19/68 John R. Platt Michigan Images and Goals for the Technological Future
4/2/82 Mirek J. Plavec UC-Los Angeles IUE and the Evolution of Binary Stars
11/12/71 Henry H. Plotkin GSFC Lasers for Tracking and Communications in Space
1/24/97 Arthur I. Poland GSFC First Results from SOHO
9/21/84 James B. Pollack Ames Research Ctr. Climatic Effects After Nuclear War
2/7/69 Cyril A. Ponnamperuma Ames Research Ctr. Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life
3/22/74 Cyril A. Ponnamperuma Maryland Origin of Life in the Universe
4/7/05 Carolyn Porco Space Science Institute Highlights from Cassini's Imaging Adventures at Saturn
4/9/13 Carolyn Porco Space Science Institute The Active South Polar Terrain of Enceladus: How Its Jets, Heat and Tidal Stresses Are Related
5/20/11 Lisa  Porter IARPA Scientific Challenges Faced by the Intelligence Community
1/6/95 Tom Potemra Johns Hopkins APL Space Science and 19th Century Polar Explorers
12/14/12 Rick Potts Smithsonian Inst. Emerging Trends in Paleoanthropology 
3/22/13 Matthew  Povich Cal. State Polytech. U.  The Milky Way Project: Citizen Scientists Map Massive Star Formation Throughout the Galaxy
12/2/83 Warren L. Prell Brown Paleoclimate: Ancient Monsoons
3/19/76 Frank Press MIT The Use of Pattern Recognition in Geophysics
11/14/18 Philip Pressel Perkin-Elmer The Hexagon KH-9 Spy Satellite
6/5/98 Eric Priest* U. of St. Andrew's Our Sun: Puzzles and Surprises
4/21/06 Lawrence Principe Johns Hopkins U. Alchemy as the Forerunner of Modern Chemistry
5/20/83 Ronald Prinn MIT The Early Solar System and Jupiter's Satellites
12/3/14 John Priscu Montana State U.  Sources and Sinks of Methane in Aquatic Environments beneath Polar Ice
11/19/14 Louise Prockter Johns Hopkins APL The Science and Exploration of Europa
9/15/89 Robert Provine U. Maryland Contagious Yawning
11/1/96 Robert Provine UMBC The Science of Laughter
10/10/08 Robert Provine U. Maryland Balt. Cty. Tickle and Beyond
4/5/13 Robert Provine U. Md. Balto. County Curious Behavior: Yawning, Laughing, Hiccupping, and Beyond
5/17/17 Antti  Pulkkinen GSFC Geomagnetically Induced Currents: Science, Engineering and Applications Readiness
5/9/69 Joseph D. Purcell GSFC Results from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO-2)
10/3/18 Nick Pyenson Smithsonian Inst. The Past, Present, and Future of Whales
4/12/91 Philip D. Rabinowitz Texas A & M The Ocean Drilling Program
4/3/81 Jurgen Rahe GSFC & Germany Halley's Comet and Plans for its Return
2/15/17 Kahn  Ralph GSFC Desert Dust, Wildfire Smoke, Volcanic Ash, Urban and Industrial Pollution - Grasping the Role Particles Play in Global Climate and Regional Air Quality
4/5/74 Colin S. Ramage Hawaii The El Nino Current
5/17/02 V. Ramanathan Scripps Institution Aerosols and Climate - A Hazy Future for the Blue Planet?
11/2/79 Reuven Ramaty GSFC Gamma Ray Line Astronomy
5/17/74 Estelle R. Ramey Georgetown The Hormonal Basis for Sex Differentiation in Humans
4/26/02 Michael Rampino New York University Volcanic Eruptions and their Effects on Climate
11/22/02 Sheldon Rampton Center for Media and Democracy Public Relations Maniipulation of Science
10/5/73 Norman F. Ramsey Harvard Spin Temperatures and Negative Absolute Temperatures
2/4/00 David Randall Colorado State Atmospheric Circulations on Buckeyball Grids
3/1/85 James Randi Invest'n Paranormal The Need for Skepticism in Science
2/27/87 Eugene M. Rasmusson U. Maryland African Drought
11/5/65 S. Ichtiaque Rasool GISS The Atmosphere of Mars - Recent Findings
12/8/72 S. Ichtiaque Rasool NASA HQ History of Planetary Atmospheres
5/30/75 S. Ichtiaque Rasool NASA HQ Major Questions in Extraterrestrial Sciences
2/21/18 Michael Raupp University of Maryland Return of Periodical Cicadas: Why the Visit in 2017 and What to Expect in 2021?
2/29/08 A.R. Ravishankara NOAA Earth Sys. Res. Lab. Role of Aerosols in Earth’s Climate: From Radiative Forcing to Chemistry
12/13/13 Paul Ray Naval Research Laboratory Attack of the Gamma-Ray Spiders from Space!
11/22/85 David Rea Michigan Climate History: The Answer is Blowing in the Wind
10/18/74 Robert D. Reasenberg MIT A Day with Venus, a Year With Mercury
5/7/10 Kelly  Redmond West. Reg. Climate Ctr. Western United States Climate Variability and Change:  Observations and Projections
6/14/74 Martin Rees* UK-Cambridge Neutron Stars & Black Holes: Evidence from X-Ray & Gamma-Ray Astr.
11/3/95 Hubert Reeves Saclay The Early Moments of the Universe
2/28/68 Frederick Reines UC-Irvine Neutrinos Under Ground
5/19/86 Ruedegar Reinhard ESA First Results from the Giotto Encounter with Comet Halley
5/12/78 Sheldon Reiser USDA-Beltsville Human Nutrition and Disease
5/4/07 Lorraine Remer GSFC Can Aerosols Solve the Global Warming Problem?
5/10/85 Richard M. Restak Author,"The Brain" Split Brain Research
9/26/97 Caird Rexroad USDA Beltsville One Small Lamb: An Historic Step in Animal Biology
5/9/14 Christopher Reynolds U. Maryland Putting a New Spin on Black Holes
2/27/81 Peter B. Rhines Woods Hole The Physics of Ocean Eddies
3/27/19 John Richardson MIT Voyager Observations of the Outer Heliosphere and Interstellar Medium
4/7/89 Barry Richmond NIMH A New View of Vision
11/5/82 Frank M. Richter Chicago Models for the Thermal Structure of the Earth
4/13/79 Charles Rieger Maryland Artificial Intelligence
2/19/10 George  Rieke Steward Observatory Following Back Roads on the NASA Exoplanet Roadmap
5/14/10 Adam  Riess Johns Hopkins U.  Expansion and Dark Energy
4/1/11 Jane Rigby GSFC Watching Galaxy Evolution in High Definition
10/17/18 Jane Rigby* Goddard Space Flight Center A Magnified Vision of How Galaxies Evolve
5/15/09 Steve Ritz GSFC Early Results from the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope
10/10/18 Steve Ritz University of California, Santa Cruz Observing the Universe Broadly, Deeply, and Frequently
5/17/68 Franklin E. Roach ESSA Airglow-Ionosphere Interactions in the Tropics
10/26/07 Massimo Robberto Space Tel. Sci. Inst The Hubble View of the Orion Nebula 
2/22/91 R. Robert Robbins Texas Archaeoastronomy of the Mimbres People
3/21/69 Morton S. Roberts NRAO-Greenbank Properties of Normal Galaxies
11/8/02 Hamish Robertson Univ. of Washington SNO Flies: the Solar Neutrino Problem Resolved
3/26/93 Alan Robock Maryland Volcanoes and Climate: Lessons of El Chichon and Mount Pinatubo
3/4/11 Alan Robock Rutgers U.  Smoke and Mirrors: Is Geoengineering a Solution to Global Warming?
1/18/13 Matthew Rodell GSFC Monitoring Groundwater from Space
1/24/75 Juan G. Roederer Denver The Psychophysics of Music Perception
4/2/71 Elizabeth Roemer Arizona Comets--Samples of the Primeval?
5/15/87 Robert T. Rood Virginia Searching for Unicorns and Extraterrestrial Civilizations
9/17/65 Robert Roper GSFC & Australia Atmospheric Motions as Determined from Radio Meteor Trails
12/14/01 Marzia Rosati Iowa State U. Little Big Bangs at the PHENIX Experiment at the Brookhaven Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider
11/15/91 Brian A. Rosborough Earthwatch Chicken Little, the Sky is Falling! Earthwatch and Global Change
10/15/71 David Rose Oak Ridge Status and Outlook for Controlled Nuclear Fusion
5/11/01 Brian Rose U. Cincinnati Archaeology at Troy
3/21/86 Norman J. Rosenberg Nebraska & Res.Fut. Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Agricultural Productivity
12/4/81 Robert Rosner Harvard The Sun as a Star
10/28/66 Bruno Rossi* MIT Recent Results of X-Ray Astronomy
2/24/89 Thomas Rossing Northern Illinois U Physics of Compact Disk Audio Systems
2/19/93 Gordon Rostoker Canad.SpRes/Alberta Northern Lights: Beauty and the Beast
10/1/76 Arnold H. Rots NRAO-Greenbank A New Look at the Spiral Galaxy M81
10/17/03 Gary Rottman U. Colorado SORCE and the Future of Space-based Irradiance Observations
9/23/77 Wallace Rowe NIH The Recombinant DNA Debate
3/30/84 Sherwood F. Rowland UC-Irvine Mercury, Methane and Ozone in the Environment
11/18/83 Carlo Rubbia Harvard The Discoveries of the Intermediate Bosons
11/14/75 Vera C. Rubin Carnegie-DTM Is the Galaxy Moving?
1/24/03 Vera Rubin Carnegie Inst. of Washington A Brief History of Dark Matter
6/9/95 Vera Rubin* Carnegie Inst. Bright Galaxies and Dark Matter
10/3/75 Malvin A. Ruderman Columbia Super-Strong Magnetic Fields and Neutron Stars
1/6/84 Malvin A. Ruderman Columbia The Millisecond Pulsar and What It Means
1/7/15 Roberta Rudnick U. Maryland Earth's Unique Continents
1/21/72 Remo Ruffini Princeton Black Holes in Space
5/24/85 Keith Runcorn UK-New Castle Ancient Lunar Dynamos
2/17/06 John Rundle U. Calif. Davis Earthquake Forecasting on Complex Multiscale Earthquake Fault Systems: Progress and Prospects
3/7/08 James Russell, III Hampton U. Overview and Science Results from the Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) Mission
2/14/97 Bob Ryan WRC-TV News Predicting the Weather for the Public
11/14/69 Carl Sagan Cornell Recent Studies of the Planet Mars
10/19/73 Carl Sagan Cornell Intelligent Life in the Universe
3/9/07 Kailash Sahu Space Tel. Sci. Inst Worlds in Transit
2/18/77 Vincent V. Salomonson GSFC Space Views of Watersheds: from the Mississippi to the Patuxent
5/27/83 Vincent V. Salomonson GSFC Landsat-4: Oh Say Can You See?
9/20/02 Vincent Salomonson GSFC LANDSAT at 30- Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future
11/3/06 Vincent Salomonson& U. Utah and GSFC NASA EOS and MODIS: Past, Present and Future (Would Bill Nordberg Be Pleased?)
11/1/74 Edwin E. Salpeter Cornell Expanding Supernova Remnants
5/22/81 Edwin E. Salpeter* Cornell Galaxies, Clusters, and Invisible Mass
10/28/88 Nils Salvesen SAIC-Annapolis Physics of Sailing: Radical America's Cup Designs
6/9/89 Allan R. Sandage* Mt. Wilson/Las Camp The Age of the Milky Way and the Age of the Universe
3/22/96 Dave Sandwell Scripps Inst. New Observations of Sea Floor Topography
4/20/17 Benjamin Santer Lawrence Livermore National Lab Lessons Learned After the 1995 "Discernible Human Influence" Finding of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
12/5/08 Craig Sarazin U. Virginia Hot Baryons in the Biggest Potential Wells in the Universe
10/16/81 Wallace L. W. Sargent Caltech Intergalactic Clouds at Large Redshifts
1/29/93 Anneila Sargent Caltech Millimeter Wave Interferometry of Potential Planetary Systems
2/24/84 William C. Saslaw Virginia Galaxy Clustering
4/14/89 William C. Saslaw U. Virginia Gravity and Large Scale Structure in the Universe
11/13/81 Blair D. Savage Wisconsin The Galactic Corona
11/2/12 Rebecca Saxe Mass. Inst. Of Technology How We Think about Other People's Thoughts 
4/22/94 Brad Schaefer GSFC Eclipses, Cresents, and History
1/9/70 Evry Schatzman France-Paris Turbulent Diffusion in Stars
4/15/83 Evry Schatzman France-Nice Physics of Matter & Anti-Matter in Bi-Partition Model of Universe
6/6/75 Evry Schatzman* France-Meudon Turbulent Diffusion in Stars
6/1/07 Thomas Schelling Univ. Maryland Game Theory and Applications to Global Warming
10/7/66 Leonard I. Schiff Stanford The Experimental Basis of General Relativity
4/18/08 David Schiminovich Columbia Univ.  A Journey through the Ultraviolet Universe: New Insights and Discoveries from the Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX)
10/22/04 Michael Schlesinger U. Illinois Human-Induced Climate Change: To Hedge or Not to Hedge Against an Uncertain Climate Future
12/10/15 Joan  Schmelz University of Memphis Why So Few? Growth Mindset, Stereotype Threat, and Spatial Skills
5/1/81 Maarten Schmidt Caltech Quasar Redshift Distribution
2/20/98 Harrison Schmitt Wisconsin Return to the Moon
2/22/80 Stephen H. Schneider Boulder-NCAR Climate Modeling in Perspective: Co-Evolution of Climate and Life
10/15/99 Glenn Schneider Steward Observatory Exploring the Environments of Nearby Stars
5/11/73 Marvin Schneiderman NIH Incidence of Cancer and Factors Affecting It
2/3/16 Jeremy  Schnittman GSFC The Science of Interstellar: Thoughts on the Habitability of Planets Orbiting Black Holes
3/25/88 Mark Schoeberl GSFC The Airborne Antarctic Ozone Experiment
1/14/05 Mark Schoeberl GSFC The Interaction between the Troposphere and the Stratosphere: What are We Learning from Satellite Observations?
6/3/15 Robert Schoelkopf Yale U.  Using Cat States in a Microwave Cavity for Quantum Information
1/5/79 J. William Schopf UC-Los Angeles The Oldest Fossils and What They Mean
5/4/01 William Schopf UCLA The Earliest Life on Earth
10/14/77 David N. Schramm Chicago Supernovae: A New Look
10/14/94 David Schramm Univ. Chicago Dark Matter and Large Scale Structure in the Universe
5/8/87 J. R. Schubel SUNY-Stony Brook Effects of Agriculture and Urbanization on Estuaries
2/18/05 Siegfried Schubert GSFC On the Cause of the 1930's Dust Bowl Drought
4/23/03 Bernard  Schutz Max Planck, Gravitational Physics Opening Our Eyes to Gravitational Waves
10/19/07 Joel Schwartz Harvard School Public Health Aerosols and Health
2/13/09 Steve Schwartz Brookhaven Consider a Spherical Earth: Heat Capacity, Time Constant and Sensitivity of Earth's Climate System
4/17/18 Steven Schwartz Brookhaven How Long Does Anthropogenic CO2 Stay in the Atmosphere?
3/13/87 John Schwarz Caltech Superstrings
6/8/84 Martin Schwarzschild* Princeton Characters behind the Theory of Stellar Evolution
5/22/87 Francois Schweizer DTM-Carnegie Colliding and Merging Galaxies
3/14/72 David R. Scott Manned Spacecraft C Field Geology Studies on the Lunar Surface
3/3/78 John S. Scott Maryland What's Interesting About Quasars?
2/26/82 John S. Scott Arizona Winds from Quasars
10/27/06 Eugenie Scott Nat. Ctr. Sci. Education Lessons from Dover's Intelligent Design Trial
10/14/05 Ryan Scranton U. Pittsburgh Cosmic Magnification Seen by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
11/3/67 Glenn T. Seaborg AEC New Outlook for the Transuranium Elements
12/11/09 Sara Seagar Mass. Inst. Of Technology Exoplanets: From Discovery to Characterization and Beyond
4/7/00 William Seegar US. Army Aberdeen Nineteen Years of Satellite Tracking Development and Application to Wildlife Research and Conservation
12/2/11 Thomas Seeley Cornell U. Swarm Intelligence in Honey Bees
11/4/15 Julie  Segre National Inst. Of Health In Good Company: Human Microbial Ecosystems
12/1/04 Ed  Seidel Louisiana State U. Using Supercomputers to Collapse Gravitational Waves, Collide Black Holes (and Study Other Cataclysms)
5/28/10 John Seiradakis Aristotle University The Antikythera Mechanism
2/5/88 Pier Sellers U. Maryland Biology and the Global Climate System
8/17/16 Piers Sellers & GSFC NASA and the Land Biosphere
2/1/91 Kristen Sellgren Ohio State Interstellar Dust: Tiny Grains and Large Molecules
6/2/95 Davis Sentman U. Alaska Jets and Sprites and Things That Flash in the Night
5/3/91 Peter J. Serlemitsos GSFC First Results from the BBXRT (Broad Band X-Ray Telescope)
11/4/71 A. B. Severny USSR-Crimea Obs. Solar Magnetic Fields
10/27/67 Maurice Shapiro NRL The "Age" of Cosmic Rays
4/24/81 Irwin I. Shapiro MIT Gravitational Lenses in Space
4/18/18 Arthur  Shapiro American University Why Are We Surprised by Only Some of the Things We See? Optical Illusions, Contrast, and Harmonic Systems
6/13/86 Irwin I. Shapiro* Harvard-SAO Twenty Years of VLBI: The Impact on Astrophysics and Geophysics
2/23/68 Neil R. Sheeley,Jr. KPNO Observations of the Solar Magnetic Field
9/20/74 William E. Shenk GSFC Satellite Observations of Cyclones
2/4/05 Marshall Shepherd GSFC From the Chicago Heat Wave to Houston Floods: How Cities Affect Weather and Climate
11/28/18 J. Marshall Shepherd University of Georgia From the "Brown Ocean Effect" to Water Availability: Two Facets of the Hydroclimate from a NASA Perspective
12/5/86 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?
5/7/71 Eugene M. Shoemaker Caltech Geology of the Moon
11/14/86 Eugene M. Shoemaker USGS-Flagstaff Mass Extinctions, Crater Ages and Comet Showers
10/29/93 Eugene Shoemaker US Geological Surv. Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Its Impact with Jupiter
12/14/94 Eugene Shoemaker US Geo Survey The Crash of '94: Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9
2/6/70 Nicholas M. Short GSFC Summary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Sample Analyses
1/18/74 Nicholas M. Short GSFC ERTS-1: a "Bird" for All Seasons
1/7/83 Nicholas M. Short GSFC The Temperature of the Earth's Surface
2/16/07 Adam Showman Univ. Arizona Dynamics of the Atmospheres of Giant Planets Inside and Outside the Solar System
10/8/82 Frank H. Shu Princeton-IAS Waves in Galactic Disks and Planetary Rings
5/6/94 Frank Shu UCal Berkeley Star Formation
5/27/05 Frank Shu* National Tsing Hua U., Taiwan The Formation of Stars and Planetary Systems
2/7/86 Jagadish Shukla Maryland Influence of Ocean Temperature on Weather and Climate
4/15/05 Jagadish Shukla George Mason U. From Weather Prediction to Climate Prediction: Past Accomplishments and Future Challenges
12/9/05 J. Michael Shull U. Colorado Searching Between the Galaxies: Mission Baryons in the Intergalactic Medium
1/25/13 David Sibeck GSFC THEMIS and ARTEMIS: Past Successes and Future Prospects 
5/1/87 Charles Sibley San Franciso State Molecular Evolution in Birds and Primates
10/12/07 John Sigwarth GSFC Global Auroral Imaging During the Polar Mission Era 
12/16/77 Joseph Silk UC-Berkeley Origin of the Galaxies
11/19/71 Thomas Simkin Smithsonian Modern Studies of Active Volcanoes
11/4/66 Joanne Simpson ESSA Experiments on Tropical Hurricanes
11/4/66 Robert H. Simpson ESSA Experiments on Tropical Hurricanes
10/18/68 John A. Simpson Chicago Particle Astronomy and the Origin of Cosmic Rays
3/13/81 Joanne Simpson GSFC Hurricanes
10/11/91 Joanne Simpson GSFC Waterspouts --- Related to Tornadoes?
10/1/82 S. Fred Singer Virginia The Future of World Oil
5/2/69 Robert L. Sinsheimer Caltech Bacterial Virus Reproduction
10/26/79 George L. Siscoe UC-Los Angeles Io Plasma Disks: Post Voyager Interpretations
3/20/92 George Siscoe UCLA Why the Magnetosphere is Different
9/20/02 David Skole Michigan State LANDSAT at 30- Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future
10/26/12 James Slavin U. Michigan MESSENGER Observations of Extreme Space Weather in Mercury's Magnetosphere
11/2/07 Paul Slovic Decision Research The Sociopolitics of Risk: Challenges for Risk Assessment
3/18/66 Joseph Smagorinsky ESSA Theoretical Modeling of the Atmosphere's General Circulation
3/26/82 Joseph Smagorinsky NOAA-GFDL Reflections on the Early History of Numerical Weather Prediction
10/9/70 Harlan J. Smith Texas The Planet Jupiter
4/30/76 William L. Smith NOAA The Radiative Heating and Cooling of the Earth Atmosphere System
4/6/79 Bradford A. Smith Arizona Rendezvous with a Giant: Jupiter System as Seen by Voyager Cameras
4/27/84 David E. Smith GSFC Space Geodesy: Results from NASA's Crustal Dynamics Project
4/27/90 Robert W. Smith Air & Space Museum Edwin P. Hubble and the Transformation of Cosmology
1/22/93 Edward Smith JPL Ulysses Encounter with Jupiter
3/12/99 David Smith GSFC New Findings from the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter
1/27/06 James Smith GSFC Space Based Ornithology: On the Wings of Migration and Biophysics
4/17/09 Peter Smith U. Arizona The Journey of the Phoenix (Mars Lander)
2/3/12 David Smith Duke U. Progress in Electromagnetic Metamaterials
5/22/19 Fred Smith Illinois State University Neandertals in Evolutionary Perspective
11/4/94 William Smith& Univ. Wisconsin Satellite Soundings of the Atmosphere..
4/10/87 Herschel B. Snodgrass Lewis & Clark Coll. New View of the Sunspot Cycle
10/7/15 Steven Snowden * GSFC The Soft X-ray Diffuse Background - Nearly 50 Years of Progress
3/24/67 Frederick Snyder NIH Recent Developments in the Investigation of Sleep
12/1/72 Lewis E. Snyder Virginia Interstellar Molecules
9/22/00 Dava Sobel author Galileo's Daughter
3/18/11 Alicia Soderberg Harvard U.  A Holistic Study of Cosmic Explosions
1/9/81 Lawrence Soderblom USGS-Flagstaff Satellites of Jupiter and Saturn
1/14/77 Gerald A. Soffen Langley Res. Ctr. The Results of Viking
3/21/80 Sabatino Sofia GSFC The Restless Sun
2/6/09 Jennifer Sokoloski Columbia Univ.  Fountains from Exploding Stars
2/25/00 Pierre Sokolsky Univ. of Utah The Highest Energy Cosmic Rays
2/28/75 Philip M. Solomon SUNY-Stony Brook The Distribution and Physics of Molecular Clouds in the Galaxy
5/29/87 Sean Solomon MIT Tectonic Evolution of Venus and the Earth
10/21/94 Sean Solomon Carnegie Institute Worlds Apart: the Inner Planets
1/15/10 Sean Solomon   Carnegie Inst. of Washington Exploring Mercury by Spacecraft: the MESSENGER Flybys
11/7/08 Susan Solomon & NOAA A World of Change:  Climate Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
6/10/94 Susan Solomon* NOAA Aeronomy Lab Ozone Depletion at the Ends of the Earth and Points In Between
4/11/86 Richard Somerville Scripps Supercomputer Simulations of Thermal Convection
1/27/95 Richard Somerville Scripps Institute Uncertainty in Greenhouse Effect Climate Change
3/31/00 Richard Somerville Scripps Institute Global Warming: Can Climate Models Be Trusted?
5/5/72 Charles P. Sonett Ames Research Ctr. Lunar Magnetic Fields for Fun and Profit
2/14/18 George  Sonneborn GSFC The Supernova of the Century: Supernova 1987A at 31 Years
11/19/04 Soroosh Sorooshian& U. California, Irvine Water Distribution and Availability
1/16/81 Nelson W. Spencer GSFC The V-2 Rocket for Experimental Space Science
1/21/15 John Spencer Southwest Res. Inst. Saturn's Icy Satellites
12/6/16 David Spergel Princeton University WFIRST: A Powerful Tool for a Diverse Astrophysics Program
5/24/68 Edward A. Spiegel NYU Jets in Galaxies
11/16/79 Edward A. Spiegel Columbia Large Scale Motions in the Sun
1/22/10 Anatoly Spitkovsky Princeton University Extreme Magnetospheres: From Neutron Stars to Accretion Disks
2/9/73 Lyman Spitzer,Jr. Princeton Preliminary Results from Copernicus on the Interstellar Medium
5/25/79 Lyman Spitzer,Jr.* Princeton The Dynamic Evolution of Globular Clusters
2/10/95 Paul Spudis Lunar & Planetary Clementine Explores the Moon
1/7/05 Steven  Squyers Cornell U. Science Results from the Mars Exploration Rover Missions
12/2/94 Steve Squyres Cornell Early Mars: How Warm and How Wet?
10/5/16 Raymond St.Leger University of Maryland Insect Pathogens: A Model for Human Interventions
3/9/73 David H. Staelin MIT Remote Sensing of Terrestrial Atsmosphere: Passive Microwave Tech.
2/13/98 Dennis Stanford Smithsonian The Earliest Americans
2/1/13 Ray Stanford   Life in a Dinosaur-Dominated Environment: Examining Life in Maryland's Early Cretaceous (~ 110 Million Years Ago)
2/25/83 Steven M. Stanley Johns Hopkins The Punctuational Model of Evolution
2/27/04 James Starrs George Washington U.  Exhumations: The Science and the Law
9/20/91 Theodore P. Stecher GSFC First Results from the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope on Astro-1
3/7/80 Floyd W. Stecker GSFC The Gestation, Birth and Death of the Universe: A View from 1980
10/4/02 Floyd W. Stecker GSFC Exploring Galaxy Evolution with High Energy Gamma Rays
1/9/98 Charles Steidel Caltech Young Galaxies
3/24/95 Gary Steigman Ohio State Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Consistency or Crisis?
11/12/93 Seth Stein GSFC/Northwestern New Models of Contemporary Plate Motions
4/12/02 Paul Steinhardt Princeton University The Endless Universe
4/13/73 Hans Stenbach-Nielsen Alaska Magnetospheric Barium Releases Using Shaped Charges
1/24/86 Reiner L. Stenzel UC-Los Angeles Experimental Plasma Physics Relevant to Space Physics
9/17/76 David P. Stern GSFC Alfven's Theory of Magnetic Storms and the Controversy Around It
5/5/89 S. Alan Stern U. Colorado Pluto at Perihelion -- Sixty Years After Discovery
6/3/94 Alan Stern Southwest Res Inst The Solar System Beyond Neptune and Pluto
9/7/16 Rick Sternbach  International Association of Astronomical Artists Star Trek and NASA: 50 Years of Inventing the Future Together
5/24/17 Alan Sternbach  Southwest Res. Inst. The Exploration of Pluto by NASA's New Horizons Mission
10/28/83 David J. Stevenson Caltech Winds,Rings,Fields: Formation, Evol. & Structure of Giant Planets
3/17/89 Walter Stewart NIH Misconduct in Science: How to Keep the Politicians Out
9/27/67 Arnold Stokes Georgetown Non-Linear Diff'l Equations: Effect of Computers on Modern Math
1/26/79 Richard S. Stolarski GSFC Stratospheric Ozone: Natural and Man-Made Perturbations
2/6/87 Richard S. Stolarski GSFC The Antarctic Ozone Hole
1/10/92 Richard S. Stolarski GSFC Stratospheric Ozone: An Update on Observations of Ozone Depletion
12/12/08 Richard Stolarski GSFC Chlorofluorocarbons, Stratospheric Ozone, and the Montreal Protocol
5/16/69 Robert G. Stone GSFC The Radio Explorer Satellite
6/2/72 Robert G. Stone GSFC Space Radio Astronomy
1/23/81 Edward C. Stone Caltech Science Results from Voyager Saturn Encounter
1/30/87 Edward C. Stone Caltech The Voyager Encounter with Uranus
11/7/89 Edward C. Stone Caltech The Voyager Encounter with Neptune
11/20/92 Edward C. Stone JPL Comparative Planetary Physics
9/13/02 Edward C. Stone Caltech The Heliosphere - Love it or Leave it
5/29/13 Gregory Stone Conservation International Underwater Eden and What We Each Can Do to Create and Sustain a Healthy Ocean Environment
11/30/01 Susan Stranahan author Chesapeake Bay - The Sediment Problem
4/2/04 Michael Strauss Princeton University 3D Map of the Universe from Sloan Digital Sky Survey
12/15/72 Bernard L. Strehler USC Toward the Control of Human Aging
11/17/06 Tod  Strohmayer GSFC New Views of Neutron Stars
3/30/12 Tod Strohmayer GSFC Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer: Taking the Pulse of the Universe
2/19/88 Stephen E. Strom U. Massachusetts Disks Around Young Stars
6/6/69 Bengt Stromgren* Denmark-Copenhagen Some Modern Results of Stellar and Galactic Astronomy
10/15/65 John Strong Johns Hopkins Planetary Observations from Balloons
12/6/13 Keith Strong GSFC/U. Maryland The Solar Cycle Conundrum
11/12/82 Minze Stuiver Washington-Seattle History of the Sun by Radiocarbon Analysis and Climatic Change
12/3/71 Peter A. Sturrock Stanford A Model of Pulsars
5/27/77 Peter A. Sturrock* Stanford Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life
10/21/88 Max Suarez GSFC Theories of El Nino and the Southern Oscillation
5/20/77 Joseph Sucher Maryland New Discoveries in Elem. Particle Physics: Facts and Fancies '77
1/25/17 Joseph Sucher University of Maryland The Romance of Physics
2/1/85 Lawrence R. Sulak Michigan Search for Proton Decay
11/6/70 Walter Sullivan New York Times Communicating Science to the Public
5/24/88 Kathy Sullivan NASA-JSC Oceanic & Atmospheric Phenomenon as Seen from the Space Shuttle
5/16/03 Raman  Sundrum Johns Hopkins Univ. The Cosmological Constant Problem in Fundamental Physics
4/30/16 Raman Sundrum University of Maryland Particle Physics, the Large Hadron Collider, and Beyond
6/22/07 Rashid Sunyaev MPI Astrophysics The Richness and Beauty of the Physics of Cosmological Recombination
10/27/11 Rashid Sunyaev Max Planck Inst.Astrophys..  Hot Gas in Galaxy Clusters, the Cosmic Microwave Background, and Cosmology
5/31/91 Rashid Sunyaev* Space Res.Inst,USSR Astrophysical Discoveries with Granat & Mir-Kvant Satellites
9/25/70 Verner E. Suomi Wisconsin The Global Atmospheric Research Program (GARP)
1/17/75 Verner E. Suomi Wisconsin Clouds of Venus
10/5/79 Verner E. Suomi Wisconsin The Meteorology of the Planets, including Earth
2/20/04 Stephen Suomi National Inst. Of Health Nature vs. Nurture in Monkeys
1/16/76 Zdenek Svestka AS&E Physics of Solar Flares
10/4/96 Jean Swank GSFC Pulses of the Universe as Seen with Rossi X-ray...
2/12/99 Jean Swank GSFC The 'Old Faithful' Black Hole and Other Discoveries of the Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer
3/30/12 Jean Swank GSFC Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer: Taking the Pulse of the Universe
3/22/02 Mark Sykes Steward Observatory Exploring Main Belt Asteroids
2/10/16 Adam  Szabo GSFC The Two Faces of a Spacecraft: Both Earth and Space Science Observations by the DSCOVR Spacecraft
9/21/16 Adam  Szabo GSFC The Two Faces of a Spacecraft: Both Earth and Space Science Observations by the DSCOVR Spacecraft
1/30/09 Alex Szalay Johns Hopkins U. From Galaxies to Sensor Networks: Science in an Exponential World
1/11/13 Doug  Tallamy U. Delaware Bringing Nature Home
5/19/00 Pieter Tans Climate Modeling Lab Man-Made Climate Change is Here to Stay
11/5/10 Nial Tanvir U. Leicester Exploring the First Stars and Galaxies with Gamma-ray Bursts
3/28/86 Jill C. Tarter Ames Research Ctr. The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)
10/22/99 Jeffrey Taubenberger Armed Forces Inst. Pathology The Search for the 1918 Spanish Influenze Virus
10/10/75 Joseph H. Taylor Massachusetts The Galactic Distribution of Pulsars
9/21/79 Joseph H. Taylor Massachusetts Gravity Waves and the Binary Pulsar
10/25/85 Joseph H. Taylor Princeton Tests of Relativity Using Binary Pulsars
1/17/86 Joseph H. Taylor Massachusetts Tests of Relativity Using Binary Pulsars
5/23/97 Richard Taylor Stanford Electron Scattering and the Structure of the Proton
12/2/15 TBA TBA TBA The Legacy of ASTRO-1 (STS-35): 25 Years Later
1/13/89 Bonnard J. Teegarden GSFC Supernova 1987a: The High Energy Story
10/13/00 Max Tegmaark Univ. of Pennsylvania Zeroing in on Cosmological Parameters
2/25/66 Edward Teller UC-Davis-Livermore Scientific Experiments in Space
5/2/75 Edward Teller UC-Livermore Looking Back on Earth
1/16/04 John Terborgh Duke U. Ecological Meltdown in Forest Fragments
1/28/00 Yervant Terzian Cornell Binary Galaxies and Dark Matter in the Universe
4/28/67 Patrick Thaddeus GISS The Primordial Fireball
9/28/73 Patrick Thaddeus GISS Interstellar Molecules and the Formation of Stars
5/6/77 Patrick Thaddeus GISS The Gentle Universe: the Chemical Bond in Interstellar Space
3/11/88 Patrick Thaddeus Harvard-CfA A CO Survey of the Large Magellanic Cloud
2/28/69 Matthew P. Thekaekara GSFC Direct Measurements of Solar Energy from an Aircraft
1/24/69 Richard N. Thomas Boulder-UC, NBS Solar and Stellar Chromospheres
4/18/86 Lonnie Thompson Ohio State Past Climates from Ice Cores in Andean Glaciers
5/24/91 Anne Thompson GSFC EOS and Oceanographic Cruise on Global Changes (Soviet-American)
12/1/00 Barbara Thompson GSFC Sun Storms - The Science of Space Weather Eruptions
10/8/10 David J.  Thompson GSFC Two Years of Discovery with the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope
11/13/98 Lonnie Thompson& Ohio State U. Global Climate Change, Past and Present
10/31/18 Anne Thompson& Goddard Space Flight Center Variability in Ozone Structure: Insights from Strategic Ozonesonde Networks
4/28/72 Kip S. Thorne Caltech Experimental Tests of General Relativity
2/2/79 Kip S. Thorne Caltech Gravity Experiments and Gravitational Waves
5/31/02 Kip S. Thorne* Cal Tech LISA and LIGO: Probing the Universe with Gravitational Waves
3/23/01 Mark Tilden Los Alamos Nervous Networks and the Architecture of "Living" Machines
9/26/80 Robert I. Tilling USGS-Reston Mt. St. Helens Volcano: Sleeping Beauty Awakes
2/9/79 Adrienne F. Timothy NASA HQ NASA Space Science Program: Current Achievements and Future Plans
3/18/77 Beatrice M. Tinsley Yale Interpretation of Cosmological Tests
9/24/82 Frank Tipler Tulane Extraterrestrial Intelligent Beings do not Exist
2/13/81 M. Nafi Toksoz MIT Continental Collisions and the Evolution of Tibet
12/9/77 Alar Toomre MIT Colliding Galaxies
1/20/84 Juri Toomre Boulder-JILA Solar Seismology
4/8/83 Owen Brian Toon Ames Research Ctr. The El Chichon Volcano and Climate Change
10/16/98 Owen Brian Toon U. of Colorado Aerosols and Climate: Unsolved Problems, from the Possible Impact of Aviation on Climate to the Faint Young Sun Paradox
1/28/15 Owen Brian Toon U. Colorado Dead Dinosaurs and Nuclear Wars  
12/6/74 Richard Tousey NRL Observations of the Sun in XUV with ATM
11/22/74 Charles H. Townes UC-Berkeley New Approaches to Infrared Astronomy
10/29/04 John Townshend U. Maryland Monitoring Land Cover Change Globally: Opportunities and Challenges
2/2/68 James H. Trainor GSFC The Galactic Jupiter Probe
1/11/74 James H. Trainor GSFC Pioneer 10 Jupiter Flyby
10/12/79 James H. Trainor GSFC Pioneer 11 Results from Saturn
10/11/74 Newell J. Trask,Jr. USGS Geology of Mercury: Preliminary Results
4/8/88 Scott Tremaine Canad.Inst.Th.Astro Evolution of Cometary Orbits
10/6/89 Kevin E. Trenberth NCAR-Boulder The 1988 North American Summer Drought
10/10/97 Kevin Trenberth NCAR Boulder Global Warming — Fact or Fiction?
10/12/16 Kevin Trenberth National Center for Atmospheric Research Implications of Earth's Energy Imbalance for Surface Fluxes and Especially Ocean Heat Transport 
9/29/78 Virginia Trimble Maryland The Origin and Abundances of the Chemical Elements
10/19/90 Virginia Trimble UC-Irvine & U. MD Cosmology Yesterday and Today
9/21/01 Virginia Trimble U. Cal. Irvine Triumphs of 20th Century Astronomy
3/2/01 Todd Tripp Princeton The Census of the Nearby Universe: The Intergalactic Population
1/11/91 Joachim Trumper Max Planck,Garching A New Look at the X-Ray Sky with ROSAT
3/7/86 Compton J. Tucker GSFC Global Monitoring of Vegetation Dynamics from Space
10/3/97 Compton J. Tucker GSFC Our Planet: Vegetation Trends and Anomalies
2/27/19 Compton Tucker Goddard Space Flight Center Dinosaurs, Milankovitch Cycles & Back to a Cretaceous Earth
10/9/91 Edward R. Tufte Yale Univ. Envisioning Information
4/15/66 John W. Tukey Princeton Uses of Numerical Spectrum Analysis in Geophysics
4/22/88 Don Turcotte Cornell Fractals in Geophysics
2/5/71 Karl K. Turekian Yale An Ocean for the Earth
3/15/85 Karl K. Turekian Yale Mantle Degassing and Planetary Veneering
3/7/03 Michael Turner Univ. of Chicago The Dark Side of the Universe: Beyond Stars and the Star Stuff We're Made of
4/30/93 J. Anthony Tyson AT&T Bell Labs Gravitational Lenses
9/25/98 Douglas Ubelaker Smithsonian Inst. Forensic Anthropology: Dead Men Tell Tales
11/16/07 Louis Uccellini & NOAA Ctr. Env. Predict Use of Satellite Data in Operational Numerical Weather Prediction: Present Status and Future Challenges
10/11/68 S. M. Ulam Boulder-UC Computations on Many Bodies and Continuous Gravitating Systems
2/26/71 Martin A. Uman Westinghouse Lightning
3/8/85 Anne Underhill GSFC The Riddle of the Wolf-Rayet Stars
6/5/70 Harold C. Urey* UC-San Diego Is the Moon Older Than the Earth?
12/15/95 Meg Urry Space Telescope Active Galaxies - the Multiwavelength Approach
2/10/12 Meg Urry Yale U.  The Interplay of Supermassive Black Hole Growth and Galaxy Evolution
5/25/73 James A. Van Allen Iowa Energetic Solar Electrons and Their Interplanetary Propagation
2/3/78 James A. Van Allen Iowa Discovery of the Radiation Belts of the Earth
6/9/67 H.C. Van de Hulst* Netherl.-Leiden Interstellar Magnetic Fields
4/8/94 Sidney Van den Bergh Dominion Univ. B.C. The Local Group of Galaxies
3/29/16 Ewine Van Dishoeck # Leiden Universtiy  Where Does the Water in Our Oceans Come from?
6/2/06 Ewine van Dishoeck* Leiden Observatory From Molecules to Planets
2/7/75 R.J. Van Duinen Netherl.-Groningen First Results from the Astronomical Netherlands Satellite
11/29/17 Dennis Van Engelsdorp University of Maryland Drivers of Honey Bee Colony Losses
10/8/76 Thomas Van Flandern USNO Is Gravity Getting Weaker?
5/8/98 Jan Van Paradijs Alabama, Huntsville Recent Developments in Gamma Ray Bursts
4/19/02 Cindy Lee VanDover College of William and Mary Deep-Ocean Journeys: Volcanoes and Life
10/10/86 Frank C. Vasek UC-Riverside Creosote Bush - The Plant of Ages
5/27/15 John  Veil Veil Environmental Fracking - Evil Scourge or Game-changing Technology?
1/25/91 Wilfred Veldkamp MIT Binary Optics Lights the Way to New Imaging Sensors
1/25/74 George Veronis Yale Jupiter's Red Spot
2/12/88 Joseph Veverka Cornell Satellites of the Outer Solar System
4/6/16 Sara Via University of Maryland Climate Change Effects on Native Plants
10/1/99 Steven Vogel Duke Locating Life's Limits with Dimensionless Numbers
5/19/67 Wernher Von Braun Marshall SF Ctr. Antarctica as a Lunar Logistics Laboratory
9/17/71 Wernher Von Braun NASA HQ The Scientific Objectives of the Skylab and Space Shuttle Programs
9/23/66 Russel Von Eshleman Stanford Bistatic Radar Astronomy
2/16/73 Sebastian Von Hoerner NRAO-Greenbank Population Explosion and Interstellar Expansion
9/27/85 Tycho Von Rosenvinge GSFC The ICE Encounter with Comet Giacobini-Zinner
5/13/11 John Wahr U. Colorado The GRACE Satellite Mission: Using Time-Variable Gravity to Study the Earth
3/6/98 Robert Wald Chicago Black Holes, Thermodynamics, and the Information 'Paradox'
2/12/71 Robert M. Walker Wash.U.-St.Louis Rocks as Particle Detectors
11/5/71 James C. G. Walker Yale Evolution of the Earth's Atmosphere
10/21/77 Robert M. Walker Wash.U.-St.Louis Application of Physical Science Techniques to Art and Archaeology
11/21/80 James C. G. Walker Michigan Atmospheric History Recorded in Stone
4/19/85 Arthur B.C. Walker Stanford Science from the Moon Base
11/9/12 Lucianne Walkowicz Princeton University Stellar Magnetic Activity with Kepler: Understanding Exoplanets in Light of their Host Stars
6/10/83 John M. Wallace* Washington-Seattle Frontiers in Long-Range Weather Forecasting
3/22/85 John Walsh South Florida Ocean Color
11/22/91 John Walsh U. Illinois Arctic Climate: Changes & Relationships to Poss. Global Warming
4/6/84 Willem Wamsteker Spain-ESA/VILSPA IUE: A 45-cm UV Window on the Explosive Universe
4/18/03 Daniel Wang Univ. of Massachusetts The Heart of the Milky Way
2/22/17 Stephen Warren University of Washington Climate of the Antarctic Ice Sheet
10/22/65 James W. Warwick Boulder-UC Nonthermal Radio Emission from Jupiter
1/7/94 Warren Washington NCAR New Findings from Computer Simulations of the Greenhouse Effect
3/28/69 Gerald J. Wasserburg Caltech Times of Formation of Plan. Objects/Early History of Solar System
6/7/96 Gerry Wasserburg* Cal. Tech. Radioactive Nuclei in the Interstellar Medium
9/12/86 Ira Wasserman Cornell U. Evolution of Wide Binary Star Systems
1/8/93 Joseph Waters JPL UARS MLS Experiment: New Results on Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
3/1/06 Harold Weaver, Jr. Applied Physics Lab Pluto: Gateway to the Solar System's Third Zone
1/31/69 Joseph Weber Maryland Gravitational Radiation Experiments
9/15/72 Joseph Weber Maryland Gravitational Radiation Experiments
5/31/85 Peter Webster Penn State El Nino and the Monsoon
4/3/98 Peter Webster Colorado Monsoons - Processes and Predictions
1/31/86 Trevor C. Weekes Harvard-SAO High-Energy Observations of Cygnus X-3
11/21/03 Trevor C. Weekes Smithsonian Astrophysical Obs. Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Astrophysics
2/6/76 Alvin M. Weinberg Oak Ridge Is Nuclear Energy Acceptable?
2/10/89 David Weishampel Johns Hopkins Med. New Discoveries of Dinosaurs
4/8/77 Rainer Weiss MIT Prospects for Experimental Relativity in Space
5/9/17 Rainer Weiss # MIT Observation of the Merger of Binary Black Holes: the Beginning of Gravitational Wave Astronomy
3/17/00 Martin Weisskopf MSFC Early Results from the Chandra Observatory
3/6/87 Paul Weissman JPL Comet Showers and Biological Extinctions
9/28/79 Donat G. Wentzel Maryland The Solar Corona: A Cosmic Laboratory
11/9/01 William Wergin US. Dept. Agriculture Structure and Metamorphosis of Frozen Precipitation As Observed with Low Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy
3/12/04 Michael Werner Jet Propulsion Lab Early Results from the Spitzer Space Telescope
6/13/14 Michael Werner Jet Propulsion Lab 10 Years of Infrared Exploration with the Spitzer Space Telescope
9/19/18 Robert Weryk University of Hawaii `Oumuamua: the First Interstellar Comet
5/10/68 Eugene Wescott GSFC Magnetospheric Dynamics
5/2/80 Robert L. Wesson USGS-Reston Earthquake Prediction
4/24/98 Geoffrey West Los Alamos The Origin of Universal Scaling Laws in Biology
11/17/00 Michael West Advanced Cell Technology Telomeres, Cellular Immortality, and Cloning: Opportunities and Challenges
9/26/69 Gart Westerhout Maryland The Spiral Structure of Our Galaxy
10/13/78 Gart Westerhout USNO Providing the Foundations of Astronomy
3/27/81 James A. Westphal Caltech The Universe as Viewed from Space Telescope
5/17/91 James A. Westphal Caltech Results from Wide Field Planetary Camera on Hubble Space Telescope
2/16/01 Andrew Westphal Cal. Berkeley The Origin of Galactic Cosmic Rays: New Results from the Russian Space Station
5/4/79 George W. Wetherill Carnegie-DTM The Origin of Meteorites
6/5/87 George W. Wetherill Carnegie-DTM Formation of the Terrestrial Planets
1/11/80 Ray J. Weymann Arizona Binary Quasars & Other Distant Phenom. with Multi-Mirror Telescope
5/4/73 John Wheeler Princeton Black Holes and Cosmology
3/29/91 John Wheeler Princeton-IAS Part of Missing Mass as Early Black Holes from Gravity Wave Chaos
11/2/73 Fred L. Whipple Harvard-SAO Comets
12/4/98 Stanley Whitcomb CalTech The LIGO Project
9/30/88 Nicholas E. White ESA-ESTEC Highlights from the EXOSAT Observatory
9/22/89 Timothy D. White UC-Berkeley Hominids in Africa
5/25/90 James White Biosys Building Better Worms for Insect Control: From Lab to Marketplace
10/5/01 Charles Whitney Harvard The Milky Way: An Elephant in the Sky
6/11/10 Mark Whittle U. Virginia Primal Scream: Sounds from the Infant Universe
4/26/96 Carl Wieman Inst.Lab.Astrophys. Bose-Einstein Condensates
4/19/68 Anthony J. Wiener Hudson Inst., NY Technology and Society in the Year 2000
12/7/73 Eugene P. Wigner Princeton Measurement Theory and Paradoxes in Quantum Mechanics
4/14/72 John M. Wilcox Stanford Stellar, Solar, Interplanetary and Geomagnetic Fields
9/29/72 Paul Wild Australia-CSIRO Solar Radio Astronomy
4/2/93 Robert Wilhelmson Illinois Probing Atmospheric Flows in an Interactive & Distributed Environ.
5/6/83 David Wilkinson Princeton Cosmology and the Microwave Background
2/20/81 Donald J. Williams NOAA-Boulder A New Perception of Solar Terrestrial Physics: Results from ISEE
12/10/82 Harold Williams Canada-Newfoundland Changing Ideas in Development of Appalachian Mountain Chain
1/22/88 Ellen Williams U. Maryland Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy: Implementation and Applications
5/5/95 Richard Williams US Geological Surv. Global Monitoring of Fluctuations of Glaciers
4/13/01 Terrie Williams U.Cal. Santa Cruz Deep Diving Strategies of Marine Mammals
3/15/02 David Williams Univ. of Rochester The Limits of Human Vision
9/20/02 Darrel Williams GSFC LANDSAT at 30- Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future
12/9/15 Ellen Williams Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy: Innovation for Impact
11/19/99 Richard Williams& U.S. Geological Survey Iceland: Dynamic Land of Ice and Fire
1/25/02 Gerard Williger Johns Hopkins Large Quasar Groups
5/9/80 Robert Wilson UK-Un.Coll.,London The Impact on Astronomy by the IUE Satellite
3/16/84 Robert E. Wilson Florida What is New and Exciting in Binary Star Evolution
4/14/00 Frank Wilson U. Calif. San Francisco Preternatural Pentadactyly in the Age of Planetary Probes: Can We Explore Mars Without Astronauts?
6/11/76 J. Tuzo Wilson* Canada-Ontario The History and Development of Plate Tectonics
1/5/90 John Winchester Florida State U. Aerosol Components in Remote Atmospheres: Acid & Smoke Pollution
1/14/72 John Winckler Minnesota Magnetospheric Substorms: Origin of Van Allen Radiation Belt
10/6/95 Brian Winer Fermilab Discovery of the Top Quark
4/9/10 Warren Wiscomb GSFC The Atmospheric Radiation Measurements Program (ARM): A Revolutionary Approach to Field Campaigns
5/11/84 Warren Wiscombe GSFC & NYU A Historical Perspective on the CO-2 Problem
3/31/89 Jack Wisdom MIT Chaos in the Solar System
1/28/94 Jack Wisdom MIT Chaos and the Solar System
2/15/08 Jennifer Wiseman GSFC The Wave(length)s of the Future:  Observing Star and Planet Formation with ALMA and Herschel 
5/10/13 Jennifer Wiseman GSFC Hubble at 23!    
1/23/98 Steven Wofsy Harvard Atmospheric Science in Extreme Environments: Arctic Bogs to Ozone Holes
5/30/80 Charles A. Wood GSFC Volcanoes and Rift Valleys in the Solar System
9/28/01 Charles Wood Biosphere 2 Science Education and History at Biosphere 2
1/30/81 Bruce E. Woodgate GSFC Solar Flares--The News from SMM
2/15/85 Bruce E. Woodgate GSFC New Results from the Solar Maximum Mission (SMM)
10/24/97 Bruce Woodgate GSFC Results from the Hubble Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph
3/4/88 Stanford Woosley UC-Santa Cruz Supernova 1987a: One Year Later
2/11/11 Ned Wright UCLA Exploring the Universe with WISE
12/12/18 Ernie Wright Goddard Space Flight Center CSI Apollo: Recreating the Iconic Earthrise Photograph
10/23/92 Klaus Wyrtki U. Hawaii Forty Years of Oceanography
2/17/16 Angel Yanagihara University of Hawaii From Beach to Bench and Back: The Science of the Box Jellyfish Sting
11/17/78 Hatten S. Yoder Carnegie-GL The Interior of the Earth and Generation of Magmas
10/7/83 James A. York Maryland Chaotic Dynamical Processes
5/3/85 Andrew T. Young San Diego State Color and Sulfur on Io
1/9/87 Richard E. Young NASA-Ames The Vega Venus Balloon Mission
2/23/90 Judith S. Young U. Massachusetts Molecular Clouds and Star Formation and Galaxies
2/7/97 Rich Young NASA Ames Refined Results from the Galileo Probe
3/19/10 Suzanne Young U. Massachusetts The Phoenix Mission to Mars:  Top Ten Discoveries of NASA’s Innovative Explorer of the Red Planet and the Implications for Bio-habitability
12/15/67 Harold S. Zapolsky Maryland Astronomical Tests of General Relativity
3/22/91 Michael Zeilik New Mexico Microwave Observations of the Planet Mercury
11/17/89 Patrick Zimmerman NCAR_Boulder Termites and Their Possible Climatic Impact
1/18/91 Norton D. Zinder Rockefeller U. The Human Genome Program
1/29/71 Harold Zirin Caltech Solar Flares
1/28/77 Jack B. Zirker Sac Peak Coronal Holes
10/27/00 Maria Zuber MIT Seasonal Variations, Climate Change and the Thermal History of Mars from Mars Global Surveyor Topography and Gravity
10/11/02 Steven Zubrick National Weather Service The Washington DC Tornado of 24 September 2001: Pre-Storm Environment and Radar Perspectives Plus a Preliminary Look at the 28 April La Plata Maryland F4 Tornado 
3/15/13 Steven Zubrick NOAA Some Meteorological Aspects of the Derecho of June 29, 2012
4/27/12 Kathyrn Zurek U. Michigan Theories of Dark Matter and Their Observational and Experimental Signatures
11/4/88 Jay Zwally GSFC Polar Ice Sheets and Global Change
1/13/67 Fritz Zwicky Caltech Morphology of Extra-Galactic Research
9/23/15 Multiple Speakers   GSFC 50 Years of the Goddard Scientific Colloquium
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