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NASA Johnson Space Center Oral History Project

The oral histories on this Website are the transcripts from audio-recorded, personal interviews with many who pioneered outer space and the Moon, and with those who continue the excitement of space exploration. To preserve the integrity of the audio record, the texts are presented with limited revisions and thus reflect the candid conversational style of the oral history format. Brackets and ellipses indicate where the text has been annotated or edited for clarity. The date of each interview is noted on the first page.

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Robert F. Thompson Oral History Interviews

August 29, 2000 HTML PDF 499K
September 11, 2000 HTML PDF 188K
October 3, 2000 HTML PDF 491K
Biographical Data Sheet   PDF 121K

From My Perspective: Post-Apollo Planning and Consequences, April 2016 (PDF 3.2MB)

Von Karman Lecture: The Space Shuttle -- Some Key Program Decisions
, AIAA 22nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting,
January 9-12, 1984


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