Eggleston, John M.

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    Finding Aid for the John M. Eggleston Papers (HSF-5)
    (University of Houston-Clear Lake Archives and Special Collections, 2023)
    The John M. Eggleston Papers is composed of books, NASA manuals, reports, book chapters, original and photocopied papers, flight plans, photographs, memorandums, and miscellaneous records, created, used, or collected by John M. Eggleston during his career with National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics at Langley Research Center and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration at Johnson Space Space. He worked for the orginazations from 1949 to 1980. Eggleston had many roles at NASA JSC, including the following: Assistant Chief of the Space Environment Division; Deputy Chief of the Lunar and Earth Sciences Division; and Staff Assistant to the Director of the Manned Spacecraft Center. The bulk of the collection consists of a variety of materials created, used, or collected by John Eggleston during his work on several different NASA programs, including Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs. The most important items in this collection are the Apollo 11 Final Flight Plan from July 1, 1969; and the Apollo 11 Early EVA Alternate Flight Plan from July 20, 1969. There are also period copies of research papers authored or co-authored by Eggleston on various human space flight and aerospace engineering aspects.