Interview series with NASA deputy assistant administrator of Public Affairs

Public Affairs Dep. Asst. Administrator Bob Jacobs chats with Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington during a ceremony marking the 35th anniversary of the first lunar landing. Photo courtesy: Bob Jacobs, NASA

TISH: What is your role at NASA, how long have you been doing it, and what are your basic week-to-week activities?  Answer

TISH: What do you like most about your job/position at NASA?  |  Answer

TISH: What was one of your darkest/hardest days/week or season? Answer

TISH: How does/has Internet technology (i.e., the web, blogs, the Internet culture) impact how you (and/or your dept) does its job? Answer

TISH: If there was one key message or point you’d like to convey to the general public about the U.S. space program’s future, what would it be?  Answer


~ by tellinghistory on December 30, 2007.

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