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Photo Gallery of Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger

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Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger, middle, is shown with associates Dr. Wernher von Braun and Martin Schilling, left, signing U.S. citizenship certificates on April 14, 1955. Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger in 1955
Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger and Dr. Wernher von Braun at the Observatory of the Rocket city Astrnomical Association in Huntsville in 1956. Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger in 1955
In this photo, taken at the Walt Disney Studios in California, Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger and Dr. Wernher von Braun are shown discussing the concepts of nuclear-electric spaceships designed to undertake the mission to the planet Mars. As a part of the Disney "Tomorrowland" series on the exploration of space, the nuclear-electric vehicles were shown in the last three television films, entitled "Mars and Beyond," which first aired in December 1957. Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger in 1957
Five pioneers pose with scale models of their missiles they created in the 1950s. From left to right: Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger, Major General Holger Toftoy, Professor Herman Oberth, Dr. Wernher von Braun and Dr. Robert Lusser. Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger in 1957
Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger, right, helped brief members of the House Committee on Science and Astroautics t the Marshall Center on March 9, 1962. Also shown in building 4745 from left to right are Dr. Wernher von Braun, director of the Marshall Center; Congressmen Joe D. Waggoner from Louisiana; Earle Cabell from Texas; Olin E. Teague from Texas; and James Fulton from Pennsylvania. Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger in 1962
Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger was inducted into the Alabama Aviation Hall of Fame in 2001 at a meeting in Huntsville. Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger in 2001
Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger is shown in 1968 with models of a spacecraft and launch vehicles that were being studied for human exploration of Mars. Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger in 1968