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HOUSTON - NASA has selected Cleveland native John A. McCullough to lead the select group of men and women that direct space shuttle and International Space Station missions. His team also has begun to plan missions back to the moon for the Constellation Program.
McCullough is chief of the Flight Director Office, part of the Mission Operations Directorate at NASA's Johnson Space Center. The mission operations team is dedicated to safely planning, training for, managing and executing overall mission operations for NASA human space flight.
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James Miller is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at the Combustion Research Facility of Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, CA, where he has been employed since receiving his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1974. Miller's research interests lie in both combustion chemistry and theoretical chemical kinetics. He has published extensively in both the physical chemistry and combustion literature. In August 2007, Miller was awarded the Bernard Lewis Gold Medal by The Combustion Institute at the Thirty-First International Combustion Symposium held in Heidelberg, Germany.
As a member of the Extravehicular Activity Branch at NASA, Mr. Lindsey is training astronauts for space walks for future missions. At press time he is working with the STS-131 crew scheduled to lift off March 2010 for a 13 day mission to the International Space Station.