This collection includes technical publications, project reports and proposals that Larry A. Manning
produced, collaborated on or referenced during his career as a scientist and science administrator. The bulk of the
collection reflects his career as a mission analyst and aerospace engineer for NASA during the late 1960s and 1970s.
The collection is divided into two series: technical works authored by Manning and documentation supporting his research
and administrative activities.
Larry A. Manning entered the aerospace industry during the 1960s and spent most of the ensuing four decades at the NASA Ames
Research Center, working on some of the most exciting areas of America’s space exploration. He started as an aerospace engineer
doing mission analysis for planetary probes, and spent his later years in operations management of the space life sciences.
Throughout his long and distinguished career, Manning earned many honors and awards, including a NASA Exceptional Service
Medal, NASA Group Achievement Awards, Ames Honor Awards, and letters of commendation.
Number of containers: 2
Volume: .70 cubic feet
Copyright does not apply to United States government records. For non-government
material, researcher must contact the original creator.
Collection is open for research.