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Title: Thinking again: 'I touch the future. I teach'
Authors: Henley,Paul
Source: Advocate, Spring 2011, 30 :3    
Subjects: McAuliffe Christa Science teachers Challenger (Spacecraft)--Accidents
Ref ID: 90611
 
Title: Book review: In praise of Sissy Spacek
Authors: Kelly,Christopher
Source: Texas Monthly, May-12, 40 :5 ,pg 148+-  
Subjects: Spacek Sissy (Book review) Actors (Book review)
Additional Information: Review of "My Extraordinary Ordinary Life" by Sissy Spacek.
Ref ID: 94232
 
Title: Texas and the new space race
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, May-11, : ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Space flight
Additional Information: ID: 117; Dallas' Armadillo Aerospace.
Ref ID: 91542
 
Title: Texas and the new space race
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, May-11, : ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Space flight
Additional Information: Dallas' Armadillo Aerospace.
Ref ID: 91618
 
Title: A new plan for space: an interview with Richard Garriott
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, January/February 2011, :    
Subjects: Space flight
Additional Information: ID: 52
Ref ID: 90848
 
Title: A new plan for space: an interview with Richard Garriott
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, January/February 2011, :    
Subjects: Space flight
Ref ID: 90956
 
Title: Liftoff at Leon Elementary: School's unique Space Shuttle program teaches teamwork, problem-solving
Authors: White,Roger
Source: Texas Lone Star, Aug-11, 29 :06 ,pg 12- 15
Subjects: Space shuttles - Study and teaching Science - Study and teaching - Activity programs
Ref ID: 91805
 
Title: The last blast: After thirty years, NASA is sending its final space shuttles into the great beyond. Will we ever know again the ear-popping, heart-stopping thrill of the launch?
Authors: Reinert,Al
Source: Texas Monthly, Apr-11, 39 :4 ,pg 126- 135
Subjects: United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space shuttles
Ref ID: 91243
 
Title: The soul of a man: Who was Blind Willie Johnson?
Authors: Hall,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :12 ,pg 130- 135
Subjects: Johnson "Blind" Willie Musicians and singers United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - Voyager Space Program Charters Samuel Johnson Angeline
Additional Information: ID: 414; "Dark was the Night - Cold Was the Ground."; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90117
 
Title: Speaking of Texas: Space Center Houston: Moon rocks and more
Authors: Hull,Kate
Source: Texas Highways, 2010, 57 :11 ,pg 62-  
Subjects: Houston (Tex.) - Space centers
Additional Information: ID: 113; Space Center Houston (Houston).; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90141
 
Title: Growing up: Catching crawdads, tramping through the woods, playing 'Little Brown Jug' on my mail-order guitar at the Rotary Club--Life in Quitman was as idyllic as you could imagine
Authors: Spacek,Sissy
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :6 ,pg 24+-  
Subjects: Spacek Sissy Quitman (Tex.)
Additional Information: ID: 284; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85433
 
Title: MySpace and Facebook: Identifying dimensions of uses and gratifications for friend networking sites
Authors: Bonds-Raacke,Jennifer;Raacke,John
Source: Individual Differences Research, 2010, 8 :1 ,pg 27- 33
Subjects: Friendship Human Sex Differences Internet Social Dating Well Being Content Analysis Human Male Female US friend networking sites gratifications dimensions identifying Facebook MySpace psychological well being sex differences dating purposes
Additional Information: ID: 5826; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20100503 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93839
 
Title: Fly me to the Moon
Authors: Brand,Heather
Source: Texas Highways, 2009, 56 :8 ,pg 48- 54
Subjects: Houston (Tex.) - Space centers
Additional Information: ID: 592; Johnson Space Center; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80311
 
Title: Walking on the moon: Life on earth has not been the same since the day these unforgettable words crackled over the airwaves: "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." Forty years later, the men who made the Apollo 11 mission a success tell t
Authors: Vine,Katy
Source: Texas Monthly, 2009, 37 :7 ,pg 106- 113
Subjects: United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space vehicles - Landing - Moon
Additional Information: ID: 1884; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81687
 
Title: Reflections on the changing roles of women in the Amarillo area legal profession
Authors: Scarborough,Sheree
Source: Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 2009, 81 : ,pg 65- 84
Subjects: Amarillo (Tex.) -- Women lawyers --History Robinson Mary Lou Puntney Bertie Harper Hallie Martin Kinney Dorothy Ann Ramsey Mel Ruth Pace Rosa J. Harney Naomi
Ref ID: 91968
 
Title: From Texas to the moon: Orion will boost state economy
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2008, :    
Subjects: Space flight
Additional Information: ID: 8771; Orion and Constellation spacecraft; Ares 1 and Ares V launch vehicles.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50866
 
Title: For the road: Out of this world
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, 2008, 55 :10    
Subjects: United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - Exhibitions Bean Alan L
Additional Information: ID: 9448; "To the Moon: The American Space Program in the 1960's" at the LBJ Library & Museum in Austin, "Beyond the Moon: NASA's Continuing Mission" at the George Bush Presidential Library & Museum in College Station, "Alan Bean: First Artist on Another
Ref ID: 44847
 
Title: Quitman time
Authors: Caudill,Natalie
Source: Texas Highways, 2007, 54 :11 ,pg 24- 31
Subjects: Quitman (Tex.) - Description and travel Spacek Sissy
Additional Information: ID: 5793; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46147
 
Title: Space chickens
Authors: Longoria,Arturo
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2007, 5 :2 ,pg 14+-  
Subjects: Attwater's prairie chicken United States.National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Birds
Additional Information: ID: 6691; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48293
 
Title: Lust in space: Laugh all you want at Lisa Nowak, the lovesick astronaut in the diaper, but there's nothing even remotely funny about the shuttle program's bleak future--or the sorry state of NASA
Authors: Gwynne,S. C.
Source: Texas Monthly, 2007, 35 :5 ,pg 124- 129
Subjects: Nowak Lisa United States.National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Oefelein Bill
Additional Information: ID: 6289; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47080
 
Title: Space Cowboys
Authors: Pope,Bryan
Source: Tierra Grande, 2007, 14 :3 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Space flight-Civilian
Additional Information: ID: 6875; Blue Orgin; Pecos County/West Texas Spaceport Development Corporation (Las Escaleras a las Estrellas " Stairs to Stars"; Willacy County Development Corporation for Spaceport Facilities; Gulf Coast Regional Spaceport Brazoria County; SpaceX in Mc
Ref ID: 49364
 
Title: Rocket man: You won't believe how many rich mavericks with roots in Texas are trying to make private space travel a reality. But only one of them, Austin video game visionary Richard Garriott, has a shot at being the first second-generation astronaut. And
Authors: Reid,Jan
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :1 ,pg 134- 137
Subjects: Garriott Richard Garriott Owen United States.National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space flight
Additional Information: ID: 4531; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49508
 
Title: Speaking of Texas: Remembering Apollo 1
Authors: Grossman,Lori
Source: Texas Highways, 2006, 53 :1    
Subjects: White Edward Higgins II Space flights - History
Additional Information: ID: 4152; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47040
 
Title: Encyclopedia Texanica
Authors: Dingus,Anne
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :9 ,pg 48+-  
Subjects: United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Women as astronauts
Additional Information: ID: 3220; I've heard that NASA had female astronauts way back in the sixties but the program was top secret and was eventually canned. Is this an urban legend?; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46531
 
Title: Reporter: Encyclopedia Texanica
Authors: Dingus,Anne
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :1 ,pg 58-  
Subjects: United States.National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space shuttles
Additional Information: ID: 4515; When the space shuttle Columbia exploded over East Texas, newspapers everywhere recalled the Challenger disaster and questioned NASA's track record on safety. Why do we hear so little about the shuttle program these days?; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46544
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