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Setting Priorities for Space Research: Opportunities and Imperatives (Membership) Setting Priorities for Space Research Opportunities and Imperatives Membership TASK GROUP ON PRIORITIES IN SPACE RESEARCH—PHASE ONE JOHN A. DUTTON, Pennsylvania State University, Chairman PHILIP H. ABELSON, American Association for the Advancement of Science STEVEN V.W. BECKWITH, Cornell University WILLIAM P. BISHOP, Desert Research Institute RADROD BYERLY, JR., U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology LAWSON CROWE, University of Colorado PETER DEWS, Harvard Medical School OWEN K. GARRIOTT, Teledyne Brown Engineering JONATHAN LUNINE, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory REPORT MENU MOLLY K. MACAULEY, Resources for the Future NOTICE BUDDY MACKAY, Lt. Governor, State of Florida MEMBERSHIP THOMAS A. POTEMRA, Johns Hopkins University PREFACE SUMMARY SSB Staff CHAPTER 1 JOYCE M. PURCELL, Executive Secretary CHAPTER 2 MELANIE M. GREEN, Administrative Secretary CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 5 SPACE STUDIES BOARD LOUIS J. LANZEROTTI, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Chairman PHILIP H. ABELSON, American Association for the Advancement of Science JOSEPH A. BURNS, Cornell University JOHN R. CARRUTHERS, INTEL ANDREA K. DUPREE, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics JOHN A. DUTTON, Pennsylvania State University LARRY W. ESPOSITO, University of Colorado, Boulder file:///C|/SSB_old_web/prio1mem.htm (1 of 3) [6/21/2004 10:00:32 AM]
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Setting Priorities for Space Research: Opportunities and Imperatives (Membership) JAMES P. FERRIS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute HERBERT FRIEDMAN, Naval Research Laboratory (retired) RICHARD L. GARWIN, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center RICCARDO GIACCONI, Space Telescope Science Institute NOEL W. HINNERS, Martin Marietta Civil Space and Communications Company JAMES R. HOUCK, Cornell University DAVID A. LANDGREBE, Purdue University ELLIOTT C. LEVINTHAL, Stanford University WILLIAM J. MERRELL, JR., Texas A&M University RICHARD K. MOORE, University of Kansas ROBERT H. MOSER, The NutraSweet Company NORMAN F. NESS, University of Delaware MARCIA NEUGEBAUER, Jet Propulsion Laboratory SALLY K. RIDE, University of California, San Diego ROBERT F. SEKERKA, Carnegie Mellon University MARK SETTLE, ARCO Oil and Gas Company BYRON D. TAPLEY, University of Texas, Austin ARTHUR B.C. WALKER, Stanford University MARC S. ALLEN, Staff Director COMMISSION ON PHYSICAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICS, AND APPLICATIONS NORMAN HACKERMAN, Robert A. Welch Foundation, Chairman PETER J. BICKEL, University of California at Berkeley GEORGE F. CARRIER, Harvard University DEAN E. EASTMAN, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center MARYE ANNE FOX, University of Texas PHILLIP A. GRIFFITHS, Institute for Advanced Studies NEAL F. LANE, Rice University ROBERT W. LUCKY, AT&T Bell Laboratories CLAIRE E. MAX, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory CHRISTOPHER F. McKEE, University of California at Berkeley JAMES W. MITCHELL, AT&T Bell Laboratories RICHARD S. NICHOLSON, American Association for the Advancement of Science ALAN SCHRIESHEIM, Argonne National Laboratory KENNETH G. WILSON, Ohio State University NORMAN METZGER, Executive Director file:///C|/SSB_old_web/prio1mem.htm (2 of 3) [6/21/2004 10:00:32 AM]