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Tommy Lloyd Gillum, 76, of Winchester, husband of Doris J. Gillum, passed away July 4 at the Clark Regional Medical Center. A native of Jackson, he was born May 3, 1935, to the late Thomas P. and Julia A. Gillum. He graduated from Breathitt County...
Robert Edward “Bob” Eisiminger Jr. went home to be with the Lord on July 1, 2011. Bob was 93 on June 22, 2011. Bob was born and raised in South Western, Pa. He was the son of the late Robert Edward Eisiminger Sr. and Mabel Horton Eisiminger....
Money & CompanyWith the nation’s space shuttle program coming to a close, Boeing Co. issued layoff notices Friday to 100 employees in its Space Exploration division at Huntington Beach....
L.A. Times Tech BlogSpace Shuttle Endeavor is coming back to Southern California, where it was devloped and built, for permanent display at the California Science Center....
Feb. 18, 1986 Rockwell International’s Winchester plant recently announced the hiring of Roger O’Neill as manager of industrial relations. O’Neill replaces Greg Brown, who was promoted to a position at Rockwell’s plant in Kenton,...
GreenspaceDailyClimate.org reports: Green investments are spurring significant growth across the U.S economy while decreasing industry's overall emissions per dollar of goods and services, according to two reports released Wednesday by the federal government....
L.A. NOWA Chinese-born aerospace engineer who had access to sensitive material while working with a pair of major defense contractors in Southern California was sentenced Monday to more than 15 years in prison for acquiring secret space shuttle information and...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: American Express Co.; Amgen Inc.; AT&T Inc.; First Data Corp.; Ford Motor Co.; Halliburton Co.; Hasbro Inc.; Kimberly-Clark Corp.; Kraft Foods Inc.; National Instruments Corp.; Pactiv Corp.; Rockwell Automation Inc.; Texas Instruments...
Sentinel Staff WriterMONDAY JANUARY 27, 1986 1 P.M. In the grandstands at Kennedy Space Center, the crowd waits for the countdown to tick along. It is a brisk and clear Monday, in the 50s, and the sun is shining on friends and relatives of the space shuttle Challenger's...
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Sentinel Staff WriterNASA never learned from the mistakes that led to the Challenger disaster 17 years ago and its structure still allows some dangers to escape notice, an expert told investigators in the shuttle Columbia accident on Wednesday. Diane Vaughan, a professor...
Sentinel Staff WriterNASA's space shuttles, sleek and white and elegant in flight, were always intended for far more than government work. From the very beginning, the orbiters were seen as tools for private business. But that vision of reliable space trucks hauling...
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