Dr. Stewart Nozette worked with the Naval Research laboratory to
continue the work started
by the Clementine program under the Interagency Personnel
also served as a consultant and investment advisor to Murphree
Investors and with associated venture backed technology
Nozette has served as a member of the professional staff of
Livermore National Laboratory since 1990. He served as a
and Senior Scientist for Spacecraft Design and Production with
Space and Communications in 1997 and 1998. He was a
of the microsatellite program at the USAF Phillips Laboratory
Previously, he was the Deputy for Sensor Integration (The Clementine
Program), at the Department of Defense Ballistic Missile Defense
Science and Technology Directorate. He served in this
October 1991 to October 1994. During 1990 and 1991, Dr.
as a member of the Synthesis Group, a Presidential Commission
to plan the Space Exploration Initiative. He served at
the White House
National Space Council in 1989.
During 1986-1989, Dr. Nozette served as a Special Assistant to the
Defense Initiative Organization, in the Office of Survivability,
and Key Technologies. Dr. Nozette also served on the
faculty of the
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Aerospace
Engineering Mechanics, from 1984 to 1989, where he led a number
sponsored studies on future space activities. He also
served as a Senior
Research Fellow IC2 Institute and as the Vice President of the
Scale Programs Institute, also of the University of Texas.
to 1984, Dr. Nozette served as a post graduate researcher at the
of California at San Diego, California Space Institute, where he
in the Defensive Technology Study (Fletcher Study).
Dr. Nozette received his B.S. in Geosciences from the University of
Arizona in 1979, and his Ph.D. in Planetary Sciences from the
Institute of Technology in 1983. Dr. Nozette served as a
at NASA Headquarters, Office of Solar System Exploration, during
and received a Space Industrialization Fellowship from the Space
of Houston, in 1981.
In 1994, Dr. Nozette was awarded the NASA Exceptional Achievement
Medal for his conception and execution of the Clementine
was one of the National Space Societys 25 Young Space
1994 and recipient of the NSS 1994 Award for Achievement in
and Engineering. Dr Nozette has also received the Rotary
for Space Achievement, the National Space Club Nelson P Jackson
the Aviation Week and Space Technology 1994 Aerospace Laurel
outstanding achievement in the field of Space, the 1995 Space
Foundation Vision to Reality Award, and the X-Prize Foundation
of St. Louis Award.
Dr. Nozette is the author of over 50 technical publications
and is the editor of Commercializing SDI Technologies, Praeger
1986. Dr. Nozette was born in Chicago, Illinois in
is married and resides in Chevy Chase, Maryland.