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dc.identifier.citation "Dr. Brian J. O'Brien (left) and David Reasoner (right) with payload for "P-ALPHA", javelin probe." (1966) Rice University:
dc.description Black and white photograph of Brian J. O'Brien (left) and David Reasoner (right) working with the payload for "P-ALPHA", Javelin Probe.
dc.publisher Rice University
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dc.subject.lcshRice University--History
O'Brien, Brian J., 1934-
Reasoner, David Lukens, 1941-
Javelin sounding rockets
Rockets (Aeronautics)
Electronics in rocketry--Texas--Houston
Rice University--Faculty
Rice University--Graduate students
Rice University. Space Physics and Astronomy Department
O'Brien, Brian J., 1934-.--Faculty
dc.title Dr. Brian J. O'Brien (left) and David Reasoner (right) with payload for "P-ALPHA", javelin probe
dc.digitization.specifications Images were captured using the Epson Perfection 1670 PHOTO or Epson Expression 10000XL flatbed scanner and Epson Scan software. Master Tiff images were scanned at 24-bit color, 400 ppi. Derivative files are PDF for text and JPG & JPEG2000 for images. 2011 Oct. 1966
dc.source.collection Rice University Archives general photo files, "Javelin probe payload", Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University wrc01735
dc.type.genre photographs
dc.type.dcmi Image
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