Marianne Dyson

former NASA flight controller

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One of the first 10 women to work for NASA as a flight controller in Mission Control, where she worked on the first five space shuttle flights; author of several books, including Home on the Moon: Living on a Space Frontier, Space and Astronomy: Decade by Decade, and, for children, Space Station Science: Life in Freefall

Marianne Dyson on KCRW

Just before 11:30 today East Coast Time, the voices of NASA were heard describing the launch of a  Space Shuttle  for the last time.

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