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Cumulative Bibliography of SSB Reports: 1958–2006

The following list presents the reports of the Space Science (later Space Studies) Board (SSB) and its committees by year of publication (which may differ from the report’s release date). The Board’s major reports have been published by the National Academy Press (as of mid-2002 the National Academies Press) since 1981; prior to this, publication of major reports was carried out by the National Academy of Sciences.

2006 An Assessment of Balance in NASA’s Science Programs, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on an Assessment of Balance in NASA’s Science Programs

Assessment of NASA’s Mars Architecture 2007-2016, SSB Ad Hoc Committee to Review the Next Decade Mars Architecture [released on June 30 as a short report]

Issues Affecting the Future of the U.S. Space Science and Engineering Workforce: Interim Report, SSB and ASEB Ad Hoc Committee on Meeting the Workforce Needs for the National Vision for Space Exploration

Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Research and Monitoring in Solar-Terrestrial Physics: A Workshop

Preventing the Forward Contamination of Mars, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on Preventing the Forward Contamination of Mars

Principal-Investigator-Led Missions in the Space Sciences, SSB Committee on Principal-Investigator-Led Missions in the Space Sciences

Priorities in Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power and Propulsion, SSB and Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board Ad Hoc Committee on Priorities for Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power and Propulsion

Review of Goals and Plans for NASA’s Space and Earth Sciences, SSB Panel on Review of NASA Science Strategy Roadmaps

Review of NASA Plans for the International Space Station, SSB Review of NASA Strategic Roadmaps: Space Station Panel

The Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon: Interim Report, SSB Committee on the Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon

Space Radiation Hazards and the Vision for Space Exploration: Report of a Workshop, SSB Committee on the Solar System Radiation Environment and NASA’s Vision for Space Exploration: A Workshop

Space Studies Board Annual Report—2005, Space Studies Board

“Assessment of Planetary Protection Requirements for Venus Missions,” letter from Jack W. Szostak, chair of the NRC Ad Hoc Committee on Planetary Protection Requirements for Venus Missions, to John D. Rummel, Planetary Protection Officer, NASA Headquarters (February 8)

“A Review of NASA’s 2006 Draft Science Plan,” letter from A. Thomas Young, Chair of the Ad Hoc Committee on Review of NASA Science Mission Directorate Science Plan to Mary Cleave, NASA’s Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate (September 15)



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8 Cumulative Bibliography of SSB Reports: 1958–2006 The following list presents the reports of the Space Science (later Space Studies) Board (SSB) and its commit- tees by year of publication (which may differ from the report’s release date). The Board’s major reports have been published by the National Academy Press (as of mid-2002 the National Academies Press) since 1981; prior to this, publication of major reports was carried out by the National Academy of Sciences. 2006 An Assessment of Balance in NASA’s Science Programs, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on an Assessment of Balance in NASA’s Science Programs Assessment of NASA’s Mars Architecture 00-06, SSB Ad Hoc Committee to Review the Next Decade Mars Ar- chitecture [released on June 30 as a short report] Issues Affecting the Future of the U.S. Space Science and Engineering Workforce: Interim Report, SSB and ASEB Ad Hoc Committee on Meeting the Workforce Needs for the National Vision for Space Exploration Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop, SSB Ad Hoc Com- mittee on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Research and Monitoring in Solar-Terrestrial Physics: A Workshop Preenting the Forward Contamination of Mars, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on Preventing the Forward Contamination of Mars Principal-Inestigator-Led Missions in the Space Sciences, SSB Committee on Principal-Investigator-Led Missions in the Space Sciences Priorities in Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power and Propulsion, SSB and Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board Ad Hoc Committee on Priorities for Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power and Propulsion Reiew of Goals and Plans for NASA’s Space and Earth Sciences, SSB Panel on Review of NASA Science Strategy Roadmaps Reiew of NASA Plans for the International Space Station, SSB Review of NASA Strategic Roadmaps: Space Station Panel The Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon: Interim Report, SSB Committee on the Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon Space Radiation Hazards and the Vision for Space Exploration: Report of a Workshop, SSB Committee on the Solar System Radiation Environment and NASA’s Vision for Space Exploration: A Workshop Space Studies Board Annual Report—00, Space Studies Board “Assessment of Planetary Protection Requirements for Venus Missions,” letter from Jack W. Szostak, chair of the NRC Ad Hoc Committee on Planetary Protection Requirements for Venus Missions, to John D. Rummel, Planetary Protection Officer, NASA Headquarters (February 8) “A Review of NASA’s 2006 Draft Science Plan,” letter from A. Thomas Young, Chair of the Ad Hoc Committee on Review of NASA Science Mission Directorate Science Plan to Mary Cleave, NASA’s Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate (September 15) 6

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 Cumulatie Bibliography of SSB Reports 2005 Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope: Final Report, SSB and Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board Committee on the Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope The Astrophysical Context of Life, SSB and Board on Life Sciences Committee on the Origins and Evolution of Life The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA): Implications of a Potential Descope, SSB and Board on Physics and Astronomy Ad Hoc Committee to Review the Science Requirements for the Atacama Large Millimeter Array Earth Science and Applications from Space: Urgent Needs and Opportunities to Sere the Nation, SSB Ad Hoc Com- mittee on Earth Science and Applications from Space: A Community Assessment and Strategy for the Future Extending the Effectie Lifetimes of Earth Obsering Research Missions, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on Extending the Effective Lifetimes of Earth Observing Research Missions Science in NASA’s Vision for Space Exploration, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on the Scientific Context for Space Exploration Space Studies Board Annual Report00, Space Studies Board “Review of Progress in Astronomy and Astrophysics Toward the Decadal Vision,” letter from C. Megan Urry, chair of the SSB/Board on Physics and Astronomy Ad Hoc Committee to Review Progress in Astronomy and Astrophys- ics Toward the Decadal Vision to Alphonso V. Diaz, NASA associate administrator for science, and Michael S. Turner, assistant director, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Science Foundation (February 11) 2004 Exploration of the Outer Heliosphere and the Local Interstellar Medium: A Workshop Report, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics Issues and Opportunities Regarding the U.S. Space Program: A Summary Report of a Workshop on National Space Policy, Space Studies Board Plasma Physics of the Local Cosmos, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics Solar and Space Physics and Its Role in Space Exploration, SSB Committee on the Assessment of the Role of Solar and Space Physics in NASA’s Space Exploration Initiative Space Studies Board Annual Report00, Space Studies Board Steps to Facilitate Principal-Inestigator-Led Earth Science Missions, SSB Committee on Earth Studies Understanding the Sun and Solar System Plasmas: Future Directions in Solar and Space Physics [booklet], SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics Utilization of Operational Enironmental Satellite Data: Ensuring Readiness for 00 and Beyond, SSB, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board, and Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate Committee on Environmental Satellite Data Utilization “Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope,” letter from Louis J. Lanzerotti, chair of the SSB and Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board Committee on the Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope, to Sean O’Keefe, NASA administrator (July 13) “Review of Science Requirements for the Terrestrial Planet Finder: Letter Report,” letter from Wendy L. Freedman, chair of the SSB and Board on Physics and Astronomy Panel to Review the Science Requirements for the Ter- restrial Planet Finder, to Anne L. Kinney, director of the Universe Division, Science Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters (September 23) 2003 New Frontiers in Solar System Exploration [booklet], SSB Solar System Exploration Survey Committee New Frontiers in the Solar System: An Integrated Exploration Strategy, SSB Solar System Exploration Survey Committee Satellite Obserations of the Earth’s Enironment: Accelerating the Transition of Research to Operations, SSB Com- mittee on NASA-NOAA Transition from Research to Operations Space Studies Board Annual Report00, Space Studies Board The Sun to the Earthand Beyond: Panel Reports, SSB Solar and Space Physics Survey Committee Using Remote Sensing in State and Local Goernment: Information for Management and Decision Making, SSB Steering Committee on Space Applications and Commercialization “Assessment of NASA’s Draft 2003 Space Science Enterprise Strategy,” letter from SSB chair John H. McElroy to Edward J. Weiler, NASA’s associate administrator for the Office of Space Science (May 29) “Assessment of NASA’s Draft 2003 Earth Science Enterprise Strategy,” letter from Robert J. Serafin, chair of the Com- mittee to Review the NASA Earth Science Enterprise Strategic Plan, and SSB chair John H. McElroy to Ghassem R. Asrar, NASA’s associate administrator for the Office of Earth Science (July 31) 2002 Assessment of Directions in Micrograity and Physical Sciences Research at NASA, SSB Committee on Microgravity Research

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 Space Studies Board Annual Report—006 Assessment of the Usefulness and Aailability of NASA’s Earth and Space Mission Data, SSB and Board on Earth Sci- ences and Resources Task Group on the Availability and Usefulness of NASA’s Space Mission Data Factors Affecting the Utilization of the International Space Station for Research in the Biological and Physical Sci- ences, SSB Task Group on Research on the International Space Station Life in the Unierse: An Assessment of U.S. and International Programs in Astrobiology, SSB and Board on Life Sci- ences Committee on the Origins and Evolution of Life The Quarantine and Certification of Martian Samples, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Reiew of NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise Applications Program Plan, SSB Committee to Review NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise Applications Plan Safe on Mars: Precursor Measurements Necessary to Support Human Operations on the Martian Surface, SSB and Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board Committee on Precursor Measurements Necessary to Support Human Operations on the Surface of Mars Space Studies Board Annual Report00, Space Studies Board The Sun to the Earthand Beyond: A Decadal Research Strategy in Solar and Space Physics, SSB Solar and Space Physics Survey Committee Toward New Partnerships in Remote Sensing: Goernment, the Priate Sector, and Earth Science Research, SSB Steering Committee on Space Applications and Commercialization “Review of the Redesigned Space Interferometry Mission (SIM),” letter from SSB chair John H. McElroy and Board on Physics and Astronomy chair John P. Huchra to Edward Weiler, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science (September 12) 2001 Assessment of Mars Science and Mission Priorities, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Issues in the Integration of Research and Operational Satellite Systems for Climate Research: Part II. Implementation, SSB Committee on Earth Studies The Mission of Micrograity and Physical Sciences Research at NASA, SSB Committee on Microgravity Research Readiness Issues Related to Research in the Biological and Physical Sciences on the International Space Station, SSB Task Group on Research on the International Space Station Signs of Life: A Report Based on the April 000 Workshop on Life Detection Techniques, SSB and Board on Life Sci- ences Committee on the Origins and Evolution of Life Space Studies Board Annual Report000, Space Studies Board Transforming Remote Sensing Data into Information and Applications, SSB Steering Committee on Space Applica- tions and Commercialization U.S. Astronomy and Astrophysics: Managing an Integrated Program, SSB and Board on Physics and Astronomy Com- mittee on the Organization and Management of Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics “Scientific Assessment of the Descoped Mission Concept for the Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST),” letter from SSB chair John H. McElroy and Board on Physics and Astronomy chair John P. Huchra to Edward J. Weiler, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science (September 24) 2000 Assessment of Mission Size Trade-offs for NASA’s Earth and Space Science Missions, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on the Assessment of Mission Size Trade-offs for Earth and Space Science Missions Astronomy and Astrophysics in the New Millennium, Board on Physics and Astronomy with SSB Astronomy and Astrophysics Survey Committee Ensuring the Climate Record from the NPP and NPOESS Meteorological Satellites, SSB Committee on Earth Studies Federal Funding of Astronomical Research, SSB and Board on Physics and Astronomy Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics Future Biotechnology Research on the International Space Station, SSB Task Group for the Evaluation of NASA’s Biotechnology Facility for the International Space Station Issues in the Integration of Research and Operational Satellite Systems for Climate Research: Part I. Science and Design, SSB Committee on Earth Studies Micrograity Research in Support of Technologies for the Human Exploration and Deelopment of Space and Plan- etary Bodies, SSB Committee on Microgravity Research Preenting the Forward Contamination of Europa, SSB Task Group on the Forward Contamination of Europa Reiew of NASA’s Biomedical Research Program, SSB Committee on Space Biology and Medicine Reiew of NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise Research Strategy for 000-00, SSB Committee to Review NASA’s ESE Science Plan The Role of Small Satellites in NASA and NOAA Earth Obseration Programs, SSB Committee on Earth Studies Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board

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 Cumulatie Bibliography of SSB Reports “On Review of Scientific Aspects of the NASA Triana Mission,” letter from Task Group chair James J. Duderstadt, SSB acting chair Mark Abbott, Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate chair Eric J. Barron, and Board on Earth Sciences and Resources chair Raymond Jeanloz to Ghassem R. Asrar, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Earth Science (March 3) “On Continuing Assessment of Technology Development in NASA’s Office of Space Science,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Task Group chair Daniel J. Fink to Edward J. Weiler, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science (March 15) “On Assessment of NASA’s 2000 Solar System Exploration Roadmap,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair John A. Wood to Carl Pilcher, science program director for NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (April 21) “On the Space Science Enterprise Draft Strategic Plan,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares to Edward J. Weiler, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science (May 26) “On Scientific Assessment of Options for the Disposition of the Galileo Spacecraft,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair John A. Wood to John D. Rummel, NASA planetary protection officer (June 28) “Interim Assessment of Research and Data Analysis in NASA’s Office of Space Science,” letter from SSB chair John H. McElroy to Edward J. Weiler, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science (September 22) 1999 Institutional Arrangements for Space Station Research, SSB Task Group to Review Alternative Institutional Arrange- ments for Space Station Research Radiation and the International Space Station: Recommendations to Reduce Risk, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics and the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research A Science Strategy for the Exploration of Europa, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration A Scientific Rationale for Mobility in Planetary Enironments, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Size Limits of Very Small Microorganisms: Proceedings of a Workshop, SSB Steering Group for the Workshop on Size Limits of Very Small Microorganisms Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board U.S.-European-Japanese Workshop on Space Cooperation: Summary Report, SSB Committee on International Space Programs, Space Research Committee of the Science Council of Japan, and the European Space Science Com- mittee of the European Science Foundation “Assessment of NASA’s Plans for Post-2002 Earth Observing Missions,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares, Task Group chair Marvin A. Geller, Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate co-chairs Eric J. Barron and James R. Mahoney, and Board on Sustainable Development chair Edward A. Frieman to Ghassem Asrar, NASA’s associate administrator for Earth Science (April 8) “On the National Science Foundation’s Facility Instrumentation Program,” letter from Board on Physics and As- tronomy chair Robert Dynes and SSB chair Claude R. Canizares, on behalf of the Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics, to Hugh Van Horn, director of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Astronomical Sciences (June 2) “On Antarctic Astronomy,” letter from SSB and the Board on Physics and Astronomy Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics co-chairs John P. Huchra and Thomas A. Prince to Hugh Van Horn, director of the National Sci- ence Foundation’s Division of Astronomical Sciences, and Karl Erb, director of NSF’s Office of Polar Programs (August 19) 1998 Assessment of Technology Deelopment in NASA’s Office of Space Science, SSB Task Group on Technology Develop- ment in NASA’s Office of Space Science Deelopment and Application of Small Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radars, SSB Committee on Earth Studies Ealuating the Biological Potential in Samples Returned from Planetary Satellites and Small Solar System Bodies: Framework for Decision Making, SSB Task Group on Sample Return from Small Solar System Bodies The Exploration of Near-Earth Objects, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Exploring the Trans-Neptunian Solar System, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Failed Stars and Super Planets: A Report Based on the January  Workshop on Substellar-Mass Objects, SSB Steering Group for the Workshop on Substellar-Mass Objects Ground-based Solar Research: An Assessment and Strategy for the Future, SSB Task Group on Ground-based Solar Research Readiness for the Upcoming Solar Maximum, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics and the Board on Atmo- spheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research

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0 Space Studies Board Annual Report—006 Report of the Workshop on Biology-based Technology to Enhance Human Well-being and Function in Extended Space Exploration, SSB Steering Group for the Workshop on Biology-based Technology for Enhanced Space Exploration Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board A Strategy for Research in Space Biology and Medicine in the New Century, SSB Committee on Space Biology and Medicine Supporting Research and Data Analysis in NASA’s Science Programs: Engines for Innoation and Synthesis, SSB Task Group on Research and Analysis Programs U.S.-European Collaboration in Space Science, SSB Committee on International Space Programs and the European Science Foundation’s European Space Science Committee “On ESA’s FIRST and Planck Missions,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares, Board on Physics and Astronomy chair Robert Dynes, and Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics co-chairs John Huchra and Thomas Prince, to Wesley T. Huntress, Jr., NASA associate administrator for space science (February 18) “On Climate Change Research Measurements from NPOESS,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Com- mittee on Earth Studies chair Mark Abbott to Ghassem Asrar, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Earth Science, and Robert S. Winokur, NOAA, director of the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (May 27) “Assessment of NASA’s Mars Exploration Architecture,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Ronald Greeley to Carl Pilcher, science program director for NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (November 11) 1997 An Assessment of the Solar and Space Physics Aspects of NASA’s Space Science Enterprise Strategic Plan, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics with the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research The Human Exploration of Space, SSB Committee on Human Exploration An Initial Reiew of Micrograity Research in Support of Human Exploration and Deelopment of Space, SSB Com- mittee on Microgravity Research Lessons Learned from the Clementine Mission, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Mars Sample Return: Issues and Recommendations, SSB Task Group on Issues in Sample Return A New Science Strategy for Space Astronomy and Astrophysics, SSB Task Group on Space Astronomy and Astrophysics Reducing the Costs of Space Science Research Missions: Proceedings of a Workshop, SSB and Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board Joint Committee on Technology for Space Science and Applications Science Management in the Human Exploration of Space, SSB Committee on Human Exploration Scientific Assessment of NASA’s SMEX-MIDEX Space Physics Mission Selections, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics with the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research Space Studies Board Annual Report—6, Space Studies Board Space Weather: A Research Perspectie, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics with the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research “On Research Facilities Planning for the International Space Station,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares, Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Mary Jane Osborn, and Committee on Microgravity Research former chair Martin E. Glicksman to NASA administrator Daniel S. Goldin (July 8) “On NASA’s Office of Space Science Draft Strategic Plan,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares to Wesley T. Huntress, Jr., associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science (August 27) 1996 Archiing Micrograity Flight Data and Samples, SSB Committee on Microgravity Research Assessment of Recent Changes in the Explorer Program, SSB Panel to Review the Explorer Program Radiation Hazards to Crews of Interplanetary Missions: Biological Issues and Research Strategies, SSB Task Group on Biological Effects of Space Radiation Reiew of NASA’s Planned Mars Program, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board “On Optimum Phasing for SIRTF,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares, Board on Physics and Astronomy chair David N. Schramm, and Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics co-chairs Marcia J. Rieke and Marc Davis to NASA Chief Scientist France A. Cordova (February 2) “On Internet Access to Astronaut Biomedical Data,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Mary Jane Osborn to Arnauld Nicogossian, acting associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Life and Microgravity Sciences and Applications (July 24)

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 Cumulatie Bibliography of SSB Reports “On Scientific Assessment of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Roadmap,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Ronald Greeley to Jurgen H. Rahe, science program director for NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (August 23) “On the Planned National Space Biomedical Research Institute,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Mary Jane Osborn to Arnauld Nicogossian, acting associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Life and Microgravity Sciences and Applications (October 10) “On NASA Mars Sample-Return Mission Options,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Ronald Greeley to Jurgen H. Rahe, science program director for NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (December 3) 1995 Earth Obserations from Space: History, Promise, and Reality, SSB Committee on Earth Studies Managing the Space Sciences, SSB Committee on the Future of Space Science Micrograity Research Opportunities for the 0s, SSB Committee on Microgravity Research Reiew of Graity Probe B, SSB Task Group on Gravity Probe B The Role of Small Missions in Planetary and Lunar Exploration, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration A Science Strategy for Space Physics, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics with the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research A Scientific Assessment of a New Technology Orbital Telescope, SSB Task Group on BMDO New Technology Orbital Observatory Setting Priorities for Space Research: An Experiment in Methodology, SSB Task Group on Priorities in Space Research Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board A Strategy for Ground-Based Optical and Infrared Astronomy, SSB and Board on Physics and Astronomy Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics “On NASA Field Center Science and Scientists,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares to NASA Chief Scientist France A. Cordova (March 29) “On a Scientific Assessment for a Third Flight of the Shuttle Radar Laboratory,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Earth Studies chair John H. McElroy to Charles Kennel, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Mission to Planet Earth (April 4) “On Clarification of Issues in the Opportunities Report,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Microgravity Research chair Martin E. Glicksman to Robert Rhome, director of NASA’s Microgravity Science and Applications Division (April 19) “On Peer Review in NASA Life Sciences Programs,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Mary Jane Osborn to Joan Vernikos, director of NASA’s Life and Biomedical Sciences and Applications Division (July 26) “On the Establishment of Science Institutes,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares to NASA Chief Scientist France A. Cordova (August 11) “On ‘Concurrence’ and the Role of the NASA Chief Scientist,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and Com- mittee on the Future of Space Science chair John A. Armstrong to NASA Chief Scientist France A. Cordova (December 12) 1994 An Integrated Strategy for the Planetary Sciences: -00, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration ONR [Office of Naal Research] Research Opportunities in Upper Atmospheric Sciences, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics with the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research, under the auspices of the Naval Studies Board Scientific Opportunities in the Human Exploration of Space, SSB Committee on Human Exploration A Space Physics Paradox, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics with the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board “On Life and Microgravity Sciences and the Space Station Program,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti, Com- mittee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Fred W. Turek, and Committee on Microgravity Research chair William A. Sirignano to NASA administrator Daniel S. Goldin (February 25) “On the Space Infrared Telescope Facility and the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to Wesley T. Huntress, Jr., associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science (April 21) “On the Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility and Cassini Saturn Probe,” letter from SSB chair Claude R. Canizares and former chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to Presidential Science Advisor John Gibbons (July 5)

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 Space Studies Board Annual Report—006 “On the Utilization of the Space Station,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti, Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Fred W. Turek, and Committee on Microgravity Research chair William A. Sirignano to NASA administrator Daniel S. Goldin (July 26) 1993 Improing NASA’s Technology for Space Science, Committee on Space Science Technology Planning, a joint commit- tee of the SSB and the Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board Scientific Prerequisites for the Human Exploration of Space, SSB Committee on Human Exploration Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board “On the Space Station and Prerequisites for the Human Exploration Program,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to NASA administrator Daniel S. Goldin (March 19) “On Several Issues in the Space Life Sciences,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Fred W. Turek to Harry Holloway, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Life and Microgravity Sciences and Applications (April 26) “On the Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and accompanying report of the Task Group on AXAF to Wesley T. Huntress, Jr., associate administrator of NASA’s Office of Space Sci- ence (April 28) 1992 Biological Contamination of Mars: Issues and Recommendations, SSB Task Group on Planetary Protection Setting Priorities for Space Research: Opportunities and Imperaties, SSB Task Group on Priorities in Space Re- search—Phase I Space Studies Board Annual Report—, Space Studies Board Toward a Micrograity Research Strategy, SSB Committee on Microgravity Research “On the Solar System Exploration Division’s 1991 Strategic Plan,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Larry W. Esposito to Wesley T. Huntress, Jr., director of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (January 14) “Letter to the NASA Administrator,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to NASA administrator Richard H. Truly (March 30) “On the Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to Lennard A. Fisk, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (March 30) “On the CRAF/Cassini Mission,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti transmitting a report of the Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration to Lennard A. Fisk, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (March 30) “On the Space Station Freedom Program,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to Arnold D. Aldrich, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Systems Development (March 30) “On NOAA Requirements for Polar-Orbiting Environmental Satellites,” letter from SSB Committee on Earth Studies chair John H. McElroy to Russell Koffler, assistant deputy administrator for NOAA’s National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (April 30) “On Continued Operation of the BEVALAC Facility,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair Fred W. Turek to Secretary of Energy James D. Watkins and NASA adminis- trator Daniel S. Goldin (August 20) “On the NASA/SDIO Clementine Moon/Asteroid Mission,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Larry W. Esposito to Simon P. Worden, deputy for technology of the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, and Wesley T. Huntress, Jr., director of NASA’s Solar System Explora- tion Division (August 21) “On Robotic Lunar Precursor Missions of the Office of Exploration,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Larry W. Esposito to Michael D. Griffin, associate admin- istrator for NASA’s Exploration Division (August 21) “On the Restructured Cassini Mission,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Joseph A. Burns to Lennard A. Fisk, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (October 19) 1991 Assessment of Programs in Solar and Space Physics—, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics and the Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate’s Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research Assessment of Programs in Space Biology and Medicine—, SSB Committee on Space Biology and Medicine Assessment of Satellite Earth Obseration Programs—, SSB Committee on Earth Studies Assessment of Solar System Exploration Programs—, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration “On the Proposed Redesign of Space Station Freedom,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to NASA administra- tor Richard H. Truly (March 14)

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 Cumulatie Bibliography of SSB Reports “On the NASA Earth Observing System,” letter and attached position from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to NASA administrator Richard H. Truly (July 10) “On Research Uses of LANDSAT,” letter from Committee on Earth Studies chair Byron D. Tapley to Shelby Tilford, director of NASA’s Earth Science and Applications Division, and Russell Koffler, deputy assistant administrator of NOAA’s National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (September 12) 1990 International Cooperation for Mars Exploration and Sample Return, Committee on Cooperative Mars Exploration and Sample Return The Search for Life’s Origins: Progress and Future Directions in Planetary Biology and Chemical Eolution, SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution Strategy for the Detection and Study of Other Planetary Systems and Extrasolar Planetary Materials: 0-000, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Update to Strategy for Exploration of the Inner Planets, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration “On Principal Issues and Concerns Raised During the Space Studies Board’s March 1990 and May 1990 Meetings,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to NASA administrator Richard H. Truly (June 8) “On the Scientific Viability of a Restructured CRAF Science Payload,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Larry W. Esposito to Lennard A. Fisk, associate administra- tor for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (August 10) “On Results of the Space Studies Board Meeting Held on July 31-August 2, 1990,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to NASA administrator Richard H. Truly (September 28) “On Space Station Freedom User Issues,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti to Joseph K. Alexander, assistant associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (December 12) 1989 Strategy for Earth Explorers in Global Earth Sciences, SSB Committee on Earth Sciences “On the Extended Duration Orbiter Medical Research Program,” letter from SSB chair Louis J. Lanzerotti and Committee on Space Biology and Medicine chair L. Dennis Smith to NASA administrator Richard H. Truly (December 20) 1988 Selected Issues in Space Science Data Management and Computation, SSB Committee on Data Management and Computation Space Science in the Twenty-First Century—Astronomy and Astrophysics, SSB Task Group on Astronomy and Astrophysics Space Science in the Twenty-First Century—Fundamental Physics and Chemistry, SSB Task Group on Fundamental Physics and Chemistry Space Science in the Twenty-First Century—Life Sciences, SSB Task Group on Life Sciences Space Science in the Twenty-First Century—Mission to Planet Earth, SSB Task Group on Earth Sciences Space Science in the Twenty-First Century—Oeriew, SSB Steering Group on Space Science in the Twenty-First Century Space Science in the Twenty-First Century—Planetary and Lunar Exploration, SSB Task Group on Planetary and Lunar Exploration Space Science in the Twenty-First Century—Solar and Space Physics, SSB Task Group on Solar and Space Physics “Assessment of Impact on Integrated Science Return from the 1992 Mars Observer Mission,” letter from SSB Com- mittee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Robert O. Pepin to Geoffrey A. Briggs, director of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (July 12) “Assessment of the CRAF and Cassini Science Missions,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Ex- ploration chair Robert O. Pepin to Geoffrey A. Briggs, director of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (September 1) “Recommendation on Planetary Protection Categorization of the Comet Rendezvous-Asteroid Flyby Mission and the Titan-Cassini Mission,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution chair Harold Klein to John D. Rummel, chief of NASA’s Planetary Quarantine Program (July 6) 1987 Long-Lied Space Obseratories for Astronomy and Astrophysics, SSB Committee on Space Astronomy and Astrophysics A Strategy for Space Biology and Medical Science for the 0s and 0s, SSB Committee on Space Biology and Medicine “Assessment of Planned Scientific Content of the CRAF Mission,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Robert O. Pepin to Geoffrey A. Briggs, director of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (May 27)

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 Space Studies Board Annual Report—006 1986 The Explorer Program for Astronomy and Astrophysics, SSB Committee on Space Astronomy and Astrophysics Issues and Recommendations Associated with Distributed Computation and Data Management Systems for the Space Sciences, SSB Committee on Data Management and Computation Remote Sensing of the Biosphere, SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution A Strategy for Exploration of the Outer Planets: 6-6, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration United States and Western Europe Cooperation in Planetary Exploration, Joint Working Group on Cooperation in Planetary Exploration of the SSB/NRC and the Space Science Committee of the European Science Foundation “Assessment of Planned Scientific Content of the LGO, MAO, and NEAR Missions,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Robert O. Pepin to Geoffrey A. Briggs, director of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (May 14) “On Categorization of the Comet Rendezvous–Asteroid Flyby Mission,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution chair Harold P. Klein to Arnauld E. Nicogossian, director of NASA’s Life Sci- ences Division (May 16) “On the Challenger Accident Impact on Space Science,” news conference statement by SSB chair Thomas M. Donahue (May 21) 1985 An Implementation Plan for Priorities in Solar-System Space Physics, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics An Implementation Plan for Priorities in Solar-System Space Physics—Executie Summary, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics Institutional Arrangements for the Space Telescope—A Mid-Term Reiew, Space Telescope Science Institute Task Group and SSB Committee on Space Astronomy and Astrophysics The Physics of the Sun, Panels of the Space Science Board A Strategy for Earth Science from Space in the 0’s and 0’s—Part II: Atmosphere and Interactions with the Solid Earth, Oceans, and Biota, SSB Committee on Earth Sciences “Assessment of Planned Scientific Content of the CRAF Mission,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration chair Robert O. Pepin and past chair D.M. Hunten to Geoffrey A. Briggs, director of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Division (May 31) “On Categorization of the Mars Orbiter Mission,” letter from SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution chair Harold P. Klein to Arnauld E. Nicogossian, director of NASA’s Life Sciences Division (June 6) “On the Shuttle Science Payload Program,” letter from SSB chair Thomas M. Donahue to Burton Edelson, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (June 20) “On NASA Policy for Planetary Protection,” letter from SSB chair Thomas M. Donahue to Burton I. Edelson, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (November 22) 1984 Solar-Terrestrial Data Access, Distribution, and Archiing, Joint Data Panel of the Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research A Strategy for the Explorer Program for Solar and Space Physics, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics “On Biological Processing in Space,” memorandum from SSB’s director Dean Kastel to CPSMR director R. Kasper, forwarded by NRC executive officer Philip M. Smith to John P. McTague, deputy director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (August 22) “On the SIRTF Facility Phase B Study and Programmatic Procedures for the Explorer Program,” two resolutions forwarded by SSB chair Thomas M. Donahue to Burton I. Edelson, associate administrator for NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications (December 14) 1983 An International Discussion on Research in Solar and Space Physics, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics The Role of Theory in Space Science, SSB Theory Study Panel “Space Telescope Science Issues,” letter from SSB chair Thomas M. Donahue to NASA administrator James M. Beggs (June 8) “Space Science Board Assessment of the Scientific Value of a Space Station,” letter from SSB chair Thomas M. Do- nahue to NASA administrator James M. Beggs (September 9) “On the Continued Development of the Gravity Probe B Mission,” SSB position statement transmitted by SSB chair Thomas M. Donahue to NASA administrator James M. Beggs (December 9) and Burton I. Edelson, NASA Headquarters (December 1) 1982 Data Management and Computation—Volume I: Issues and Recommendations, SSB Committee on Data Management and Computation A Strategy for Earth Science from Space in the 0s—Part I: Solid Earth and Oceans, SSB Committee on Earth Sciences

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 Cumulatie Bibliography of SSB Reports “On Effective Utilization of the Space Station,” letter from SSB chair Thomas M. Donahue to NASA administrator James M. Beggs (September 13) 1981 Origin and Eolution of Life—Implications for the Planets: A Scientific Strategy for the 0s, SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution Strategy for Space Research in Graitational Physics in the 0s, SSB Committee on Gravitational Physics 1980 Solar-System Space Physics in the 0’s: A Research Strategy, SSB Committee on Solar and Space Physics Strategy for the Exploration of Primitie Solar-System Bodies—Asteroids, Comets, and Meteoroids: 0-0, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration 1979 Life Beyond the Earth’s Enironment—The Biology of Liing Organisms in Space, SSB Committee on Space Biology and Medicine The Science of Planetary Exploration, Eugene H. Levy and Sean C. Solomon, members of SSB Committee on Plan- etary and Lunar Exploration Space Plasma Physics—The Study of Solar-System Plasmas, Volume , Working Papers, Part , Solar-System Magne- tohydrodynamics, SSB Study Committee and Advocacy Panels Space Plasma Physics—The Study of Solar-System Plasmas, Volume , Working Papers, Part , Solar-System Plasma Processes, SSB Study Committee and Advocacy Panels A Strategy for Space Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 0s, SSB Committee on Space Astronomy and Astrophysics 1978 Materials Processing in Space. SSB Committee on Scientific and Technological Aspects of Materials Processing in Space Recommendations on Quarantine Policy for Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Titan, SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution Space Plasma Physics—The Study of Solar-System Plasmas, Volume 1, SSB Study Committee and Advocacy Panels Space Telescope Instrument Reiew Committee—First Report, National Academy of Sciences SSB and European Science Foundation Strategy for Exploration of the Inner Planets: -, SSB Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration 1977 Post-Viking Biological Inestigations of Mars, SSB Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution 1976 Institutional Arrangements for the Space Telescope—Report of a Study at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, July -0, 6, Space Science Board An International Discussion of Space Obseratories, Report of a Conference Held at Williamsburg, Virginia, January 6-, 6, Space Science Board Report on Space Science—, Space Science Board “On Contamination of the Outer Planets by Earth Organisms,” SSB Panel on Exobiology (March 20) “Recommendations on Quarantine Policy for Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Titan,” SSB Panel on Exo- biology (May 24) 1975 Opportunities and Choices in Space Science, , Space Science Board 1974 Scientific Uses of the Space Shuttle, Space Science Board 1973 HZE-Particle Effects in Manned Spaceflight, Radiobiological Advisory Panel, SSB Committee on Space Biology and Medicine 1972 Human Factors in Long-Duration Spaceflight, Space Science Board “Review of Planetary Quarantine Policy,” SSB Ad Hoc Committee for Review of Planetary Quarantine Policy (Febru- ary 3-4) 1971 Outer Planets Exploration: -, Space Science Board Priorities for Space Research: -0, Report of a Study on Space Science and Earth Obserations Priorities, Space Science Board

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6 Space Studies Board Annual Report—006 1970 Infectious Disease in Manned Spaceflight—Probabilities and Countermeasures, Space Science Board Life Sciences in Space—Report of the Study to Reiew NASA Life Sciences Programs, Space Science Board Radiation Protection Guides and Constraints for Space-Mission and Vehicle-Design Studies Inoling Nuclear Sys- tems, SSB Radiobiological Advisory Panel of the Committee on Space Medicine Space Biology, Space Science Board Venus Strategy for Exploration, Space Science Board “Review of Sterilization Parameter Probability of Growth (Pg),” Ad Hoc Committee on Review of the Sterilization Parameter Probability of Growth (July 16-17). 1969 Lunar Exploration—Strategy for Research: 6-, Space Science Board The Outer Solar System—A Program for Exploration, Space Science Board Report of the Panel on Atmosphere Regeneration, SSB Life Sciences Committee Scientific Uses of the Large Space Telescope, SSB Ad Hoc Committee on the Large Space Telescope Sounding Rockets: Their Role in Space Research, SSB Committee on Rocket Research 1968 Physics of the Earth in Space—A Program of Research: 6-, Report of a Study by the Space Science Board, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, August -, 6, Space Science Board Physiology in the Space Enironment: Volume I—Circulation, Space Science Board Planetary Astronomy—An Appraisal of Ground-Based Opportunities, SSB Panel on Planetary Astronomy Planetary Exploration 6-, Space Science Board Report on NASA Biology Program, SSB Life Sciences Committee 1967 Physiology in the Space Enironment: Volume II—Respiration, Space Science Board Radiobiological Factors in Manned Space Flight, Space Radiation Study Panel of the SSB Life Sciences Committee Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Water Quality Standards for Long-Duration Manned Space Missions, Space Sci- ence Board “Study on the Biological Quarantine of Venus,” SSB Ad Hoc Panel on Quarantine of Venus (January 9). 1966 Biology and the Exploration of Mars: Report of a Study Held Under the Auspices of the Space Science Board, National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 6-6, Space Science Board Extraterrestrial Life: An Anthology and Bibliography, Supplementary to Biology and the Exploration of Mars, Report of a Study Held Under the Auspices of the Space Science Board, Study Group on Biology and the Exploration of Mars, Space Science Board 1965 Biology and the Exploration of Mars: Summary and Conclusions of a Study by the Space Science Board, Space Science Board Conference on Hazard of Planetary Contamination Due to Microbiological Contamination in the Interior of Spacecraft Components, Space Science Board Report of the Working Group on Gemini-Apollo MOL Experimentation, SSB Life Science Committee Space Research: Directions for the Future, Space Science Board 1964 Conference on Potential Hazards of Back Contamination from the Planets, Space Science Board Report of the Panel on Graity, SSB Committee on Environmental Biology 1963 The Biological Action of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields and Magnetic Fields, SSB Panel on Magnetic, Ra- diofrequency and Other Field Effects of the Environmental Biology Committee Position Paper on Theoretical Aspects of Radiobiology as Applied to the Space Program, SSB Panel on Radiation Biology of the Environmental Biology Committee Working Group on Gaseous Enironment for Manned Spacecraft: Summary Report, SSB Man in Space Committee Working Group on Nutrition and Feeding Problems: Summary Report, SSB Man in Space Committee Working Group on Problems of Weightlessness in Space Flight: Summary Report, SSB Man in Space Committee 1962 A Reiew of Space Research, Space Science Board Working Group on Radiation Problems: First Summary Report, SSB Man in Space Committee “Report of the ad hoc Committee on NASA/University Relationships” (July 11) 1961 The Atmospheres of Mars and Venus, SSB Ad Hoc Panel on Planetary Atmospheres Science in Space, Space Science Board

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 Cumulatie Bibliography of SSB Reports Symposium on Impact Acceleration Stress: Abstracts, SSB Man in Space Committee “Policy Positions on (1) Man’s Role in the National Space Program and (2) Support of Basic Research for Space Sci- ence [March 27],” letter from SSB chair L.V. Berkner to NASA administrator James E. Webb (March 31) “NASA Tracking and Orbit Computation Services, and Distribution of Tracking and Orbital Data to the Scientific Community,” letter from SSB chair Lloyd Berkner to NASA deputy administrator Hugh L. Dryden (November 6) 1960 “Satellite Tracking Positions and IGY Data Interchange,” letter from SSB executive director Hugh Odishaw to NASA deputy administrator Hugh L. Dryden (December 22) 1959 Summary Report of WESTEX, Space Science Board, WESTEX ad hoc committee 1958 “National Academy of Sciences Establishes Space Science Board,” News From National Academy of Sciences- National Research Council (August 3) “Recommendation of the Space Science Board for Space Experiments,” letter from SSB executive director Hugh Od- ishaw to National Aeronautics and Space Administration administrator, the National Science Foundation director, and the Advanced Research Projects Agency director (December 1)