Center for Technology & Innovation, Inc., 321 Water Street, Binghamton, NY 13901,
Telephone: 607-723-8600 email: email@example.com
Ed White uses Anscochrome 200 on his Gemini IV EVA, a mission supported by flight
simulators from Link Aviation Devices, avionics from General Electric-Westover, Johnson
City, NY, and IBM-Owego, whose guidance computer was the first use of silicon transistors
in space, as well as the first use of a digital computer in space to change a spacecraft's
Gemini IV (Image S65-30427)
June 1965 courtesy of NASA-JSC
Shuttle Mission Specialist Doug Wheelock, graduate of Windsor High School, Broome
County, NY, installing solar panels for the International Space Station. Space Shuttle
door and arms are manipulated with aluminum components from Phillips Foundry and
flexible shafts from Elliot Manufacturing, both Binghamton, NY companies.
Space Shuttle (STS-120) July 2007
A View from the Top
A photo essay by Astronaut Douglas Wheelock
Apollo 16 Commander John W. Young looks back at crewmen Thomas K. Mattingly II, left, and Charles M. Duke, Jr., prior to entering the Command Module Mission Simulator today.
Kennedy Space Center
Doug Wheelock on an EVA during Expedition 24
Upstate New York has a heritage that continues today of creative technology enterprises, whose guidance systems, computers, flight simulators, cameras, and high-speed film helped the US win the race to the moon.
Meet Southern Tier's Astronauts
Photos courtesy of NASA