Finding Aid for the Warren L. Brasher Papers
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The Warren L. Brasher Papers is composed of memorandums, operating manuals, handbooks, professional papers, publications, articles, presentations, books, technical reports, and miscellaneous materials, created, used, or collected by Warren L. Brasher during his career working at NASA. He worked at Johnson Space Center from 1966 through at least the late 2000s. The bulk of the collection is composed of professional papers Brasher authored or co-authored reports relating to Apollo and Space Shuttle programs; technical reports on NASA programs; and official NASA reports. There are also a number of handbooks and other records on the Apollo Lunar Module propulsion system, on which Brasher worked between 1966 and the early 1970s. A good amount of official NASA records exist on the testing and selection of propellants for the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) during the 1970s and early 1980s, as the Space Shuttle Orbiter was being developed.
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