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Morton Joseph Stoller

Morton Joseph Stoller, American electrical engineer, government official.


  • Stoller, Morton Joseph was born on May 23, 1917 in New York City. Son of Samuel Bernard and Anna Estelle (Selman) Stoller.

  • Education

    • B. Elec. Engineering, College City New York, 1938. M. Elec. Engineering, University Virginia, 1949-1952.


    • Chief instrument research div., 1947-1958, chief space science projects. Office Space Flight Development, 1958-1960, assistant director satellite and sounding rocket programs, 1960-1961, deputy director Office Applications, 1961-1962, acting director, 1962, director, since 1962.


    Member working group telemetering Research and Development Board, 1946-1950, chairman working group precision tracking radar, 1948-1950. Member pane unmanned spacecraft Aero. and Astronautics Coordinating Board, since 1960, chairman, since 1961. Member American Institute of Elctrical Engineering, Institute of Radio Engineers, American Geophysical Union, Association Computing Machinery.


    • Married Ruth Klarberg, October 3, 1939. Children: Peter J. and Robert N. (twins), Nancy E. With National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and predecessor, since 1939, head radio control and telemetering section.
    • father: Samuel Bernard Stoller
    • mother: Anna Estelle (Selman) Stoller
    • spouse: Ruth Klarberg
    • children: Peter J. and Robert N. Stoller (twins)
    • Nancy E. With National Aeronautics and Space Administration Stoller
    • and predecessor Stoller
    • since 1939 Stoller
    • head radio control and telemetering sect Stoller
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    Born March 23, 1917
    Died June 13, 1963
    (aged 46)