JPL Letter of appreciation

JPL Notice

Today the link to Doc’s WW-II Memorial was published in the Universe, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s public record of significant events.  The archive of the Universe publications goes back to when JPL was first formed as an Army Lab researching rockets back in the 1940’s.  Doc’s signature will also be written into a silicon chip using the electron beam lithography system.  This chip will be attached to the Mars Exploration Rover scheduled to launch in 2011.

The link to his memorial  is included here so you can view the official version.

One Response to “JPL Letter of appreciation”

  1. What a blessing to have a father who gave so much to the world. We are blessed indeed. God Bless all those in the world who have lost a loved one to the light, may they forever be touched by their spirits.

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