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Nice profile of the (aged) Voyager Flight Engineers
MichaelDoyle
post Dec 26 2017, 07:58 PM
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I happened across an (online) article in the New York Times from August that writes of the current (well, 2016) team of flight engineers for the Voyagers. There are a total of 9, only one of which is under age 50. The flight office has not been at the JPL campus for years, eventually landing in 2002 in a rented building in Altadena [on the Google Maps satellite view, 3 buildings are labeled JPL Bldg 600 and Bldg 602, between a McDonalds and the Scott-Fox Puppy Preschool on W. Woodbury Rd!].

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/03/magazine...e-universe.html

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post Jan 4 2018, 02:27 AM
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I think that article prompted my post wondering where the weekly statuses went, and whether there was an equivalent annual summary. Alas.
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