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Glenn Cunningham

Glenn E. Cunningham retired from NASA in June 1999, after 33 years working on planetary spacecraft design and flight operation. While at NASA, he served as project manager for Mars Surveyor Operations, Mars Global Surveyor, and Mars Observer, and was deputy director of the Mars Exploration Directorate. Since “retirement,” Cunningham has served as a consultant for a number of commercial and government clients. In addition, he volunteers at The Planetary Society, where he is project manager of the Red Rover Goes to Mars project.

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