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Professor Canizares has authored or co-authored more than 135 scientific papers. ("Canizares, Claude R." biographical file, NASA Historical Reference Collection, NASA History Office, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC.) Howard W. Lavochkina, as head o the organization for spacecraft design. Corley graudated from Golden Gate University and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. D. from Rice University in 1979 and began teaching at Texas A&M University soon after.

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