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Robert Jacobs
An Emmy Award winning journalist and strategic planner, Bob's career and academic studies include extensive experience in leadership, organizational change, government relations, multimedia development, and crisis communications.He is a chief NASA spokesperson and serves as a deputy associate... show more

An Emmy Award winning journalist and strategic planner, Bob's career and academic studies include extensive experience in leadership, organizational change, government relations, multimedia development, and crisis communications.He is a chief NASA spokesperson and serves as a deputy associate administrator for the Office of Communications, responsible for leading and executing many of the agency's public outreach activities.Bob has worked to develop and incorporate emerging technologies into NASA's communications activities to better share the agency's compelling story with a variety of internal and external audiences. He launched and moderates many of the agency's new media and social Web initiatives, and is responsible for NASA's award-winning Internet homepage and NASA Television.Recently, he completed the migration of NASA TV to HDTV and co-authored three books, including "Hubble: A Journey Through Space and Time" and "Apollo: Through the Eyes of the Astronauts." He has written for leaders at the highest levels of federal government and authored countless news releases and speeches.Bob has been honored with agency medals for exceptional service and outstanding leadership, and is known as a collaborative team player who knows how to mobilize others to achieve success.A native of Nashville, he earned a bachelor's degree from Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, and a master's degree from Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.
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DP9 rated it 11 years ago
What a beautiful book. I found it ever so interesting to see which photos the different astronauts chose, and their comments about why. While some of the pictures selected for the book are iconic, many were unfamiliar to me. Well worth the trip to the library.
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