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== [[Human Space Travel Primary Sources|Footprints]] ==
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Primary materials pertaining to human spaceflight and the July 20th, 1969 Moon landing
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A collection of spaceflight-related primary sources
  
 
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== [[50 Greatest Moments in Materials]] ==
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== [[Oral-History:Mildred Dresselhaus|Mildred Dresselhaus Oral History]] ==
  
List written by The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society
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An interview with Mildred Dresselhaus, recipient of the 2015 IEEE Medal of Honor
  
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