NSS-NJ North

        Society for Space Education

                                                   Vice President

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Joe Lennox


Joe Lennox is a space program historian who has been a student of space exploration

for most of his life. He is the creator / curator of an extremely extensive space history

museum that has been called “the largest and most complete collection of this type in

the Country”. It will belong to The Astronaut Hall of Fame, Kennedy Space Center, in

future years. He has given classes to students of all ages and presentations at libraries,

civic organizations, scout troops and other groups for the past 20 years. He has been

the space consultant / advisor for museum and planetarium functions and has worked

with NASA Astronauts and NASA Teacher Resource Specialists on numerous

occasions. He is a member of The National Space Society, The Space Explorers

Network, The Space Foundation, The National Science Teachers Association and he is

a member of the selection committee for The Astronaut Hall of Fame. He has been the

subject of several newspaper articles, was broadcast on a Canadian Radio Broadcast

Corp. retrospective about the Apollo Program and was featured in an MSNBC-TV

news program about the space program. He has written articles for The Gifted Child

Society, the “collectSPACE” website and he is the author of “Vision For Space” – a

memoir about how his life has been inter-twined with the space program. Mr. Lennox

attended La Guardia Aeronautical College and is a senior banking officer for a major

New York financial institution.  He lives in New Jersey with his wife of 30 years and

   their 2 sons.



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