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Jeff's New Vehicle

After spending ten great years with the Space Shuttle, Jeff is now working with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner


"Nihil est in intellectu quod non antea fuerit in sensu."
(John Locke 1632-1704)
("all knowlege of the world must rest finally on ones sensory experience.")


From the year 2000 until November 2010 Jeff was an engineer in the Space Shuttle program.
Jeff started his education at the United Nations International School in Manhattan, NYC
He earned his BS in Engineering from the University of South Florida.
And his Masters Degree from the University of Miami.
Atlantis was his first project.
Then Discovery and Endeavour.
And then
STS-107Columbia
Jeff was a member of the STS-107 Columbia accident investigation reconstruction team


Discovery STS-133 was the last Orbiter in Jeff's tenure as Lead Structures Engineer with the United Space Alliance

Jeff with Discovery after an earlier hard voyage


Jack with Jeff and Discovery in Orbiter Processing Facility

WATCH THE DREAM THAT CAME TRUE

STS-135 ATLANTIS - The Final Landing

Space Shuttle Program - 30 Years of Discovery



Jack Lembeck during last Kennedy Space Center ride before the end of the Space Shuttle Program
Photo by Charlie Venuto of USA-KSC Environmental Managment




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Jack Lembeck

jack.lembeck@aya.yale.edu

United States








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