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Morton Joseph Stoller

Morton Joseph Stoller, American electrical engineer, government official.

Background

  • 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.

    Career

    • 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.

    Membership

    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.

    Connections

    • 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)
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