Complete Bibliography

Peer Reviewed Papers

“Aureolegraph Internal Scattering Correction”, John DeVore, Dennis Villanucci, Andrew LePage, Applied Optics, Volume 51, Issue 33, pp. 7891-7899, November 20, 2012 [Paper]

“Using Scattering Calculation to Compare MODIS Retrievals of Thin Cirrus Optical Properties with SAM Solar Disk and Aureole Radiance Measurements”, J.G. DeVore, A.T. Stair, A.J. LePage and D. Villanucci, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, Volume 117, D01204, doi:10.1029/2011JD015858, January 13, 2012 [Paper]

“Retrieving Properties of Thin Clouds From Solar Aureole Measurements”, J. G. DeVore, A. T. Stair, A. LePage, D. Rall, J. Atkinson, D. Villanucci, S. A. Rappaport, P. C. Joss and R. A. McClatchey, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Volume 26, Number 12, pp. 2531-2548, December 2009 [Paper]

“Energy Deposition in the Upper Atmosphere in the EXCEDE III Experiment”, R.L. McNutt, R.J. Reider, T.J. Keneshea, A.J. LePage, S.A. Rappaport and D.E. Paulsen, Advances in Space Research, Volume 15, Number 12, pp. 13-16, 1995 [Abstract]

“The Mystery of Zond 2”, Andrew J. LePage, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Volume 46, Number 10, pp. 401-404, October 1993 [Abstract]

 

Conference Proceedings

“Using Sun and Aureole Measurements (SAM) to Check MODIS COD and Reff Retrievals for Cirrus” (Poster), DeVore, J.G., A.T. Stair, A.J. LePage, D. Villanucci, 2010 MODIS-VIIRS Science Team Meeting, (Washington, DC; January 26-28, 2010), 2010 [Poster]

“A New Approach for Ground-Based Measurements of Cloud Scattering Properties for Early Launch Detection” (Poster), John DeVore, A.T. Stair, Andrew LePage and Bob McClatchey, MD-SEA 2005 (Monterey, CA; October 25-27, 2005), 2005

“Spatial Structure in Clear-Air Water Vapor”, W.A. Blumberg, J. Shanks, A.J. LePage, and A.T. Stair, Proceedings of American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2003 (San Francisco, CA; December 8-12, 2003), 2003 [Abstract]

“RAMOS (Russian American Observation Satellites) Experiments to Obtain a Three Dimensional Background Data Base” , A.T. Stair, A. Sidorin, T. Stephens, J.W. Carpenter, A.J. LePage, V. Sinelshchikov, V. Misnik, T. Humpherys, and P. Gretzkowski, Proceedings of AIAA/ICAS International Air and Space Symposium and Exposition: The Next 100 Years (Dayton, OH; July 14-17, 2003), 2003 [Abstract & Paper Access]

“RAMOS (Russian American Observation Satellites) Experiments to Obtain a Three Dimensional Background Data Base” , A.T. Stair, A. Sidorin, T. Stephens, J.W. Carpenter, A.J. LePage, V. Sinelshchikov, V. Misnik, T. Humpherys, and P. Gretzkowski, Proceedings of 2003 Multinational BMD Conference (Kyoto, Japan; June 9-12, 2003), 2003 [Paper]

“Atmospheric Observations Made Using the Aquameter Water Band Radiometer”, A.J. LePage,  A.T. Stair, A.P. Savin, and V.F. Zakharenkov, Proceedings of 2000 IEEE Aerospace Conference (Big Sky, MT; March 18-25, 2000), 2000 [Paper]

“Hyperspectral Imaging Polarimeter (HIP) Observations of Ice Clouds: Data and Modeling”, C.J. Beeler, S.A. Rappaport, P.C. Joss, M.E. Pitkanen, A,J, LePage, A.T. Stair, Jr., M. Greenman, G. Jensen, J.A. Kristl, and J. Peterson, Proceedings of 2000 IEEE Aerospace Conference (Big Sky, MT; March 18-25, 2000), 2000 [Abstract]

“IR/Visible Polarization Measurements of Scattered Solar Radiation from Clouds”, A.J. LePage, A.T. Stair, R.J. Jordano, P.C. Joss, J. Devore, J. Kristl, B. Sanford, and J. Schummers, Proceedings of 1999 IEEE Aerospace Conference (Aspen, CO; March 6-13, 1999), 1999 [Paper]

“Counter Sniper 3-D Laser Radar”, Orr Shepherd, Andrew J. LePage, Geert J. Wyntjes, Theodore F. Zehnpfennig, John T. Sackos, and Robert O. Nellums, Proceedings from 1998 SPIE International Symposium on Enabling Technologies for Law Enforcement and Security (Boston, MA; November 3-5, 1998), M. Carapezza and David B. Law (Editors), Proc. SPIE Vol. 3577, pp. 253-267, 1999 [Abstract]

“Preliminary Results from Stereo Analysis of EXPRESS Data”, A.J. LePage, A.T. Stair, O. Shepherd, J. Carpenter, A. Savin, V. Senelschikov, and V. Abramov, Proceedings of IRIS TBD Space Surveillance Meeting (Laurel, MD; June 4, 1997), 1997

“Stereo Analysis of EXPRESS and MSX Data Over Mt. Erebus” , C.H. Humphrey, A.J. LePage, R.J. Jordano, A.T. Stair, Jr., O. Shepherd, R.P. Pauliukonis, R. O’Neil, H.A.B. Gardiner, G. Romick, D. Morrison, A. Savin, V. Senelschikov, and V. Abramov, Proceedings of IRIS TBD Space Surveillance Meeting (Laurel, MD; June 4, 1997), 1997

“Automated Scene Analyzer and Processor (ASAP) for High Volume Data Analysis”, Cynthia J. Beeler, Mary E. Pitkanen, Andrew J. LePage, and Saul A. Rappaport, Proceedings from 1997 IEEE Aerospace Conference (Aspen, CO; February 1-8, 1997), Volume 2, pp. 247-262, 1997 [Abstract]

“RAMOS Near Term Observations”, Cynthia J. Beeler, Charles H. Humphrey, Andrew J. LePage, Mary E. Pitkanen, Orr Shepherd, and Barry Tilton, Proceedings from 1996 IEEE Aerospace Applications Conference (Aspen, CO; February 3-10, 1996), Volume 3, pp. 75-88, 1996 [Paper]

“Rating System for SETI Targets”, Andrew J. LePage, The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum II (San Jose, CA; January 29 – February 1, 1996), Stuart A. Kingsley and Guillermo A. Lemarchand (Editors), Proc. SPIE 2704, pp. 35-45, 1996 [Abstract]

“Synthetic Aperture Adaptive Optics Concept”, Theodore .F. Zehnpfennig , Saul A. Rappaport, and Andrew J. LePage, Adaptive Optics in Astronomy (Kona, Hawaii; March 17-18, 1994), Mark A. Ealey and Fritz Merkle (Editors), Proc. SPIE 2201, pp. 88-98, 1994 [Paper]

“Energy Deposition in the Artificial Aurora by the EXCEDE III Experiment”, R.J. Reider, T.J. Keneshea, R.L. McNutt, A.J. LePage, and S.A. Rappaport, Proceedings of American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 1993 (San Francisco, CA; December 6-10, 1993), 1993

“Population Changes in Nearby Stars”, Andrew J. LePage, 30th National Symposium of the American Vacuum Society (Boston, MA;  November  1-4, 1983), 1983

 

Book Contributions

“Rocket Engines”, Space Sciences for Students – Volume 1: Space Business, McGraw-Hill, pp 177-180, 2002 [Entry]

“Satellites, Types of”, Space Sciences for Students – Volume 1: Space Business, McGraw-Hill, pp 188-191, 2002 [Entry]

 

On-Line & Print Magazine Articles

“The (Potentially) Habitable Worlds of TRAPPIST-1”, Centauri Dreams, February 27, 2017 [Post]

“Planètes habitables: le cas de TRAPPIST-1”, Extrasolar.fr – Encylopédie des Mondes Extérieurs, May 13, 2016 (in French) [Post]

French translation of “Habitable Planet Reality Check: TRAPPIST-1”, Drew Ex Machina, May 3, 2016 [Post]

“La fréquence des planètes de tailles terrestre autour des étoiles analogues au Soleil”, Extrasolar.fr – Encylopédie des Mondes Extérieurs, April 5, 2016 (in French) [Post]

French translation of “The Prevalence of Earth-Size Planets Around Sun-Like Stars”, Drew Ex Machina, November 3, 2015 [Post]

“Looking Into the Eye of the Hurricane” (with Paul Joss and A.T. Stair), On Station, February 19, 2016 [Article]

“Where Are the Jupiter Analogs?”, Centauri Dreams, December 18, 2015 [Post]

“Planètes habitables: le cas de Kepler-186f”, Extrasolar.fr – Encylopédie des Mondes Extérieurs, October 12, 2015 (in French) [Post]

French translation of “Habitable Planet Reality Check: Kepler 186f”, Drew Ex Machina, April 10, 2014 [Post]

“La composition des super-terres”, Extrasolar.fr – Encylopédie des Mondes Extérieurs, August 28, 2015 (in French) [Post]

French translation of “The Composition of Super-Earths”, Drew Ex Machina, January 3, 2015 [Post]

“Notre système solaire il est banal?”, Extrasolar.fr – Encylopédie des Mondes Extérieurs, August 20, 2015 (in French) [Post]

French translation of “Is Our Solar System Typical?”, Drew Ex Machina, August 15, 2015 [Post]

“Nouvelle définition des géante gazeuse?”, Extrasolar.fr – Encylopédie des Mondes Extérieurs, August 7, 2015 (in French) [Post]

French translation of “A New Definition for Giant Planets”, Drew Ex Machina, June 30, 2015 [Post]

“Is Kepler 452b a Rocky Planet or Not?”, Centauri Dreams, August 7, 2015 [Post]

“Planètes habitables: le cas Kepler-452 b”, Extrasolar.fr – Encylopédie des Mondes Extérieurs, July 29, 2015 (in French) [Post]

French translation of “Habitable Planet Reality Check: Kepler 452b”, Drew Ex Machina, July 24, 2015 [Post]

“The Mission of Zond 3″, The Space Review, Article #2794, July 27, 2015 [Article]

“What about the next Pluto mission?”, The Space Review, Article #2787, July 13, 2015 [Article]

“A Mass-Radius Relationship for ‘Sub-Neptunes'”, Centauri Dreams, May 22, 2015 [Post]

“The Mission of Zond 2″, The Space Review, Article #2745, May 4, 2015 [Article]

“Astrobiology: A Cautionary Tale”, Centauri Dreams, February 27, 2015 [Post]

“A Review of the Best Habitable Planet Candidates”, Centauri Dreams, January 30, 2015 [Post]

“The Transition from Rocky to Non-Rocky Planets”, Centauri Dreams, November 14, 2014 [Post]

“Happy Anniversary Alpha Centaury Bb?”, Centauri Dreams. October 16, 2014 [Post]

“Cancelled Projects: RAMOS – The Russian American Observation Satellites”, Tiros Space Information – News Bulletin, Volume 40, Number 1, pp. 6-11, October 2014 [Issue]

“Habitable Moons: Background and Prospects”, Centauri Dreams, September 19, 2014 [Post]

“The Grand Tour Finale: Neptune”, The Space Review, Article #2586, August 25, 2014 [Article]

“Planetary Orbit Insertion Failures Part II”, The Space Review, Article #2536, June 23, 2014 [Article]

“Planetary Orbit Insertion Failures Part I”, The Space Review, Article #2533, June 16, 2014 [Article]

“…Try, Try Again”, The Space Review, Article #2501, April 28, 2014 [Article]

“If At First You Don’t Succeed… Part II”, The Space Review, Article #2480,  March 31, 2014 [Article]

“If At First You Don’t Succeed… Part I”, The Space Review, Article #2477,  March 24, 2014 [Article]

“Ranger: America’s First Successful Lunar Program”, The Space Review, Article #2446, February 3, 2014 [Article]

“The Difficult Road to the Moon”, The Space Review, Article #2009,  January 23, 2012 [Article]

“Ranger: Voyage to the Moon and Beyond”, The Space Review, Article #1911, August 22, 2011 [Article]

“The Space Shuttle and the Dreams of a Ten Year Old”, The Space Review, Article #1879, July 11, 2011 [Article]

“Old Reliable: The Story of the Redstone”, The Space Review, Article #1836, May 2, 2011 [Article]

“Vostok: An Aerospace Classic”, The Space Review, Article #1821, April 11, 2011 [Article]

“A Chance of a Lifetime: The Missions to Comet Halley”, The Space Review, Article #1798, March 14, 2011 [Article]

“The Beginnings of Planetary Exploration: The First Probes to Venus”, The Space Review, Article #1779, February 14, 2011 [Article]

“The Grand Tour: Uranus”, The Space Review, Article #1766, January 24, 2011 [Article]

“The Pioneer Lunar Orbiters: The Forgotten Failures”, The Space Review, Article #1741, December 13, 2010 [Article]

“The Mysteries of Titan”, The Space Review, Article #1722, November 8, 2010 [Article]

“The Beginnings of Planetary Exploration”, The Space Review, Article #1709, October 11, 2010 [Article]

“The ICE Mission: The First Cometary Encounter”, The Space Review, Article #1697, September 20, 2010 [Article]

“Habitable Moons”, Sky & Telescope web site (under “Astronomy News”), August 1, 2006 [Article]

“Shenzhou 2: A Status Report”, Ad Astra, Volume 13, Number 3, pp. 29-31, May/June 2001 [Submitted draft]

“SETI Searches in 2001” (Illustration only, text by Alan M. MacRobert), Sky & Telescope, Volume 101, Number 4, pp. 48-49, April 2001 [On line illustration]

“Getting There is Half the Fun – The Evolution of Heavy Lift Rockets”, Ad Astra, Volume 13, Number 2, pp. 36-39, March/April 2001 [Submitted draft]

“Where They Could Hide”, Scientific American, Volume 283, Number 1, pp. 84-85, July 2000 [Article Access]

“The US Navy in the Space Age”, Space Views, June 26, 2000 [Article]

“Mercury’s Competition: Vostok”, Space Views, May 15, 2000 [Article]

“TIROS: The First Weather Satellite”, Space Views, April 24, 2000 [Article]

“Exploring the Interplanetary Frontier”, Space Views, March 20, 2000 [Article]

“Cruisin’ The Solar System: The Past and Future of Planetary Exploration” (cover story), Ad Astra, Volume 12, Number 2, pp. 25-29, March/April 2000 [Submitted draft]

“The Promise of MIDAS”, Space Views, February 21, 2000 [Article]

“Heading for the Lunar Surface”, Space Views, January 17, 2000 [Article]

“Shenzhou Makes History: China’s Manned Space Program Emerges” (cover story), Ad Astra, Volume 12, Number 1, pp. 26-28, January/February 2000 [Submitted draft]

 “Catching Up in the Moon Race”, Space Views, December 15, 1999 [Article]

“The X-20 Dyna Soar”, Space Views, November 8, 1999 [Article]

“Photographing Luna Incognita”, Space Views, October 15, 1999 [Article]

“SETI@Home: Catching the Interstellar Wave” (with Alan MacRobert), Sky & Telescope, Volume 98, Number 4, pp. 68-72, October 1999

“Giving Mercury Wings”, Space Views, September 1, 1999 [Article]

“The Early Explorers”, Space Views, August 8, 1999 [Article]

“When the Atomic Age Met the Space Age”, Space Views, July 8, 1999 [Article]

“The First Reusable Spaceship”, Space Views, July 8, 1999 [Article]

Republished:

As “What Was the First Spaceship?”, Aurora, pp. 17, 23-24, July 1999

“Oceanus Borealis: New Facts for an Old Myth”, New Mars Journal, May 1999 [Article]

Republished:

In Modern Astronomer & Earth Scientist (UK), Volume 3, Number 8, August 1999

“Saturn’s Growing Pains”, Space Views, May 1, 1999 [Article]

“Mercury: America’s First Spaceship”, Space Views, April 15, 1999 [Article]

“Spy in the Sky”, Space Views, March 1, 1999 [Article]

“The Controversy on the Ancient Martian Water Continues”, Marsbugs, Volume 6, Number 4, pp. 1-2, February 27, 1999 [Issue]

Republished:

As “Mars’ Muddied Waters: Controversy on the Ancient Martian Water Continues”, New Mars Journal, March/April 1999
In Modern Astronomer & Earth Scientist (UK), Volume 3, Number 8, August 1999

“Vanguard and Its Legacy”, Space Views, February 1, 1999 [Article]

“Shooting for the Moon”, Space Views, January 1, 1999 [Article]

 “The Talking Atlas”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 12, December 1998 [Article]

“Habitable Moons”, Sky & Telescope, Volume 96, Number 6, pp. 50-56, December 1998 [On line version]

“SETI Searches Today” (Lead author with Alan MacRobert), Sky & Telescope, Volume 96, Number 6, pp. 44-48, December 1998

“The Start of the Manned Space Race”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 11, pp. 3-5, November 1998 [Article]

“The Beginnings of America’s Man in Space Program”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 10, pp. 3-5, October 1998 [Article]

“Juno V: The Early History of a Super Booster”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 9, pp. 1, 7-8, September 1998 [Article]

“A Potent New Solid Rocket Propellant?”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 9, September 1998 [Article]

“Ancient Mars: Latest Evidence for a Habitable Past” (cover story), SETIQuest, Volume 4, Number 3, pp. 1-8, Third Quarter 1998 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 4, Number 3, pp. 20-24, Third Quarter 1998 [Article]

“The First Race to the Moon”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 8, pp. 1, 5-6, August 1998 [Article]

“NOTSNIK: The Navy’s Secret Satellite Program”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 7, pp. 3-5, July 1998 [Article]

“The Soviets Reach for the Moon”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 6, pp. 3-5, June 1998 [Article]

“The Extremes of Habitability” (cover story), SETIQuest, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 1-8, Second Quarter 1998 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 19-24, Second Quarter 1998 [Article]

“Sputnik 3: An IGY Orbiting Research Laboratory”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 5, pp. 3-5, May 1998 [Article]

“Operation Mona: America’s First Moon Program”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 4, pp. 3-5, April 1998 [Article]

“Vanguard 1: The Little Satellite that Could”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 3, pp. 3-5, March 1998 [Article]

“Detecting Habitable Planets: The Next Decade” (cover story), SETIQuest, Volume 4, Number 1, pp. 1-6, First Quarter 1998 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 4, Number 1, pp. 18-24, First Quarter 1998 [Article]

“Explorer: America’s First Satellite”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 2, pp. 1, 6-8, February 1998 [Article]

“Project Orbiter: Prelude to America’s First Satellite”, Space Views, Volume Year 1998, Number 1, pp. 1, 5-7, January 1998 [Article]

 “Vanguard: America’s Answer to Sputnik”, Space Views, Volume Year 1997, Number 12, pp. 3-5, December 1997 [Article]

“Viking and The Question of Life on Mars, Part 2” (cover story), SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 4, pp. 1-7, Fourth Quarter 1997 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 4, pp. 18-24, Fourth Quarter 1997 [Article]

“Sputnik 2: The First Animal in Orbit”, Space Views, Volume Year 1997, Number 11, pp. 3-5, November 1997 [Article]

“Sputnik 1: The First Man Made Earth Satellite”, Space Views, Volume Year 1997, Number 10, pp. 1,5-8, October 1997 [Article]

Republished:

As “Sputnik: El Primer Satélite Artificial” (cover story), Canopus (Uruguay), Volume 19, Number 2, pp. 4-10, February 2001 (Spanish translation)

“Viking and The Question of Life on Mars, Part 1” (cover story), SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 3, pp. 1-6, Third Quarter 1997 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 3, pp. 16-23, Third Quarter 1997 [Article]

“The Hubble Space Telescope and the Search for Faint Extrasolar Companions” (cover story),  SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 2, pp. 1-9, Second Quarter 1997 [Article]

“Editorial: A Call to Action”, SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 2, pp. 12-13, Second Quarter 1997 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 2, pp. 16-22, Second Quarter 1997 [Article]

“Habitable Moons: A New Frontier for Exobiology”, SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 1, pp. 8-16, First Quarter 1997 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 3, Number 1, pp. 17-22, First Quarter 1997 [Article]

 “Extrasolar Planet Update”, SETIQuest, Volume 2, pp. 6-11, Number 4, 1996 [Article]

“The Case for Ancient Life on Mars”, SETIQuest, Volume 2, Number 4, pp. 14-18, 1996 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 2, Number 4, pp. 20-23, 1996 [Article]

“Project BETA: Harvard University’s Billion Channel Extraterrestrial Assay” (cover story), SETIQuest, Volume 2, Number 3, pp. 1-8, 1996 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 2, Number 3, pp. 20-23, 1996 [Article]

“The Discovery of Extrasolar Planets”, SETIQuest, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 3-12, 1996 [Article]

“Publication Watch”, SETIQuest, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 22-23, 1996 [Article]

“Ahead of Their Time: The Soviet Lunar Program of the Seventies (Part 2)”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 7, Number 2, February 1996 [Issue]

“Ahead of Their Time: The Soviet Lunar Program of the Seventies (Part 1)”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 7, Number 1, January 1996 [Issue]

Republished:

In Apollo 15 Lunar Surface Journal: Driving to Elbow Crater (On-Line), originally posted April 1998 (Updated article excerpt)

 “Publication Watch Book Review: ‘Big Ear Two: Listening for Other Worlds’“, SETIQuest, Volume 2, Number 1, pp. 17-18, 1995 [Article]

“The Russians Are Watching…”, Quest, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 51-52, Summer 1995

“A List of SETI Targets”, SETIQuest, Volume 1, Number 2, pp. 3-12, 1995 [Article]

 “The Great Moon Race: The Finish Line”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 5, Number 12, July 1994 [Issue]

Republished:

In SACNEWS, Issue #216, pp. 1-9, January 1995 [Issue]

“A Personal Adventure in Home Computing: The Origin of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 5, Number 8, March 1994 [Issue]

 “The Great Moon Race: The Final Lap”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 5, Number 4, November 1993 [Issue]

Republished:

In two parts in SACNEWS, Issue #203, pp. 1-5, December 1993 and Issue #204, pp. 1-7, January 1994 (Issue #203 , Issue #204]

“The Great Moon Race: The Tide Turns”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 5, Number 1, August 1993 [Issue]

Republished:

In SACNEWS, Issue #201, pp. 1-7, October 1993 [ Issue]

“The Great Moon Race: The Red Moon”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 4, Number 12, July 1993 [Issue]

Republished:

In SACNEWS, Issue #200, pp. 1-6, September 1993 [Issue]

“Recent Soviet Lunar and Planetary Program Revelations”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 4, Number 10, May 1993 [Issue]

Republished:

In SACNEWS, Issue #199, pp. 1-5, August 1993 [Issue]

 “The Great Moon Race: The Long Road to Success”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 4, Number 2, September 1992 [Issue]

Republished:

In two parts in SACNEWS, Issue #192, pp. 1-6, January 1993 and Issue #193, pp. 1-5, February 1993 [Issue #192, Issue #193]

“The Great Moon Race: The Commitment”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 4, Number 1, August 1992 [Issue]

Republished:

In two parts in SACNEWS, Issue #189, pp. 2-5 October 1992 and Issue #190, pp. 1-6, November 1992 [Issue #189, Issue #190]

“The Great Moon Race: In the Beginning…”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 3, Number 10, May 1992 [Issue]

Republished:

In two parts in SACNEWS, Issue #185, pp. 1-6, June 1992 and Issue #186, pp. 1-4, July 1992 [Issue #185, Issue #186]

“Technical Update Corner: Laser Plasma Test Concept”, Technology Development & Architecture Quarterly Journal (Digital Equipment Corporation), p. 8, Number 2, Q2 FY92 (Fourth Quarter, 1991) [Article]

“The Great Moon Race: New Findings”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 2, Number 9, May 1991 [Issue]

Republished:

In Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, April 1992

“The Mystery of Zond 2”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 2, Number 9, April 1991 [Issue]

Republished:

In Skyweek (West Germany), Supplement IV-4, April 25, 1991
In Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, May 1991
As “El misteri de la ZOND 2”, Aster (Spain), Number 117, pp. 23-28, January-February 1992 (Catalan translation)

“The Great Moon Race: The Soviet Story (Part 2)”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 2, Number 6, January 1991 [Issue]

Republished:

In Skyweek (West Germany), Supplement IV-3, January 11, 1991
In Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, January 1992
In Pulsar (Canada), March-April 1992

 “The Great Moon Race: The Soviet Story (Part 1)”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 2, Number 5, December 1990 [Issue]

Republished:

Skyweek (West Germany), Supplement IV-3, January 11, 1991
Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, December 1991
In Pulsar (Canada), January-February 1992

“Mars 1994”, Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, Volume 1, Number 8, March 1990 [Issue]

 

 Patents

Laser Activated Plasma Chamber for Non-Contact Testing, U.S. Patent No. 5,202,623 issued April 13, 1993

Test Cell for Non-Contact Open/Shorts Testing of Electrical Circuits (with Diethelm G. Ringleb), U.S. Patent No. 5,032,788 issued July 16, 1991, European Patent No. 409,398, Japanese Patent No. 3,037,578

Method and Apparatus for Non-Contact Opens/Shorts Testing of Electrical Circuits, U.S. Patent Number 4,970,461 issued November 13, 1990, European Patent No. 405,737, Japanese Patent No. 3,135,778

 

 Media Appearances

“The Oldest Manmade Object in Space: The Vanguard Satellite”, The Most, The History Channel, Season 1, Episode 12, recorded October 4, 2000, first aired January 12, 2001

“Man’s Closest Encounter with Death in Space: Apollo 13”, The Most, The History Channel, Season 1, Episode 12, recorded October 4, 2000, first aired January 12, 2001

“The Most Innovative Automobile in the Universe: The Lunar Rover”, The Most, The History Channel, Season 1, Episode 11, recorded October 4, 2000, first aired January 5, 2001

“The World’s Largest Land Vehicle: The Crawler”, The Most, The History Channel, Season 1, Episode 11, recorded October 4, 2000, first aired January 5, 2001

“The Most Economical Exploration of Mars Ever: The Mars Pathfinder”, The Most, The History Channel, Season 1, Episode 11, recorded October 4, 2000, first aired January 5, 2001

“2001: A Space Prophecy Part 5 – Where’s The Monolith?  The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence”, CNN Headline News, recorded December 5, 2000, first aired on December 30, 2000

“Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9”, Boston Sunday Review, WBCN (Boston, MA), recorded May 20, 1994, first aired July 1994

 

 Public Presentations & Lectures

SETI Searches Today, North Shore Amateur Astronomy Club meeting, Veasy Memorial Park  (Groveland, MA), May 5, 2000

 Sputnik 1: The First Man Made Earth Satellite, Boston Chapter of the National Space Society meeting, MIT (Cambridge, MA), October 2, 1997

Life on Mars?, MIT Chapter of SEDS (Students for the Exploration and Development of Space), MIT (Cambridge, MA), October 28, 1996

Life on Mars?, Boston Chapter of the National Space Society meeting, MIT (Cambridge, MA), September 5, 1996

A SETI Rating System, Northern Virginia Astronomy Club (NOVAC) meeting, Arlington Planetarium (Arlington, VA), May 15, 1996

A SETI Rating System, Boston Chapter of the National Space Society meeting, MIT (Cambridge, MA), April 4, 1996

Rating System for SETI Targets, SPIE Conference: The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum II, San Jose Convention Center (San Jose, CA), January 31, 1996

Russia’s Remote Sensing Satellites, Boston Chapter of the National Space Society meeting, MIT (Cambridge, MA), November 2, 1995

Ahead of Their Time: The Soviet Lunar Program of the Seventies, Boston Chapter of the National Space Society meeting, MIT (Cambridge, MA), July 13, 1995

The Rocky Road to Mars (with Larry Klaes), Boston Chapter of the National Space Society meeting, MIT (Cambridge, MA), March 2, 1995

The Origin of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, Boston Chapter of the National Space Society meeting, MIT (Cambridge, MA), July 14, 1994

Population Changes in Nearby Stars, Meeting , 30th National Symposium of the American Vacuum Society (Boston, MA),  November 4, 1983