These video interviews detail the reconstruction of significant social events which led to and influenced the development of the basic World War II German rocket program. Using information from the videos, Dr. Tarter presented a paper entitled Peenemunde and Los Alamos: Two Studies at the 38th Annual Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Brighton, United Kingdom, October 1987. Contents converted from VHS.
In an effort to capture the memories of the generation who sent a man to the moon, interviews are being recorded and saved about historic work in the space industry.
This collection of audio interviews was conducted in support of the Marshall Space Flight Center's Saturn History Project. Under contract to the University of Alabama in Huntsville, this project collected documents and interviews pertaining to the development of the Saturn rockets used in NASA's Apollo lunar landing program. The material was used by Dr. Roger Bilstein in writing the official Apollo/Saturn launch vehicle history Stages to Saturn: a Technological History of the Apollo/Saturn Launch.
Contents: Original tapes converted to 54 CDs
Stages to Saturn Interview Subjects:
•DeNeen, Carl [Part 1]
•Ferrell, Toon [Part 1]
•Neubert, Erich W. [Part 1]
•O’Neal, A. P. [Part 1]
•Paul, Henry C. [Part 1]
•Pool, Carl [Part 1]
•Rees, Eberhard F. M. [Part 1]
•Rodgers, Henry H. [Part 1]
•Weidner, Hermann K. [Part 1]
Access the interviews of many wonderful people who have contributed to the success of UAH.
"A visionary's influence on UAH" celebrated at Salmon Library on March 22, 2012.
Interviews of distinguished guests that have visited the UAH campus.