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Steven W. Lindsey

Senior Director

Sierra Nevada Corporation

HQ Phone:  (775) 331-0222

Email: s***@***.com

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Sierra Nevada Corporation

444 Salomon Circle

Sparks, Nevada,89434

United States

Company Description

SNC is a world-class prime systems integrator and electronic systems provider known for its rapid, innovative, and agile technology solutions. Fast-growing and widely diversified, SNC is a high-tech electronics, engineering, and manufacturing corporation that...more

Background Information

Employment History

Supervisory Security Police Officer

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)


Senior Director and Dream Chaser Program Manager

Spacedev Inc


Chief of the Astronaut Office

NASA


Director of Flight Operations for Space Systems Business Area

Starsys Research Corporation


Machine Operator

Bourbon Plastics Incorporated


Commander

Discovery Communications, Inc.


Chief of Police

City of


Budget Assistant

Fairmont State University


Pilot On the STS-87 Science Flight

Colombia


Director of Flight Operations for Space Systems Business Area

Integrated Space Systems Inc


Affiliations

ASE-USA

Member


Shuttle Training Aircraft

Landing and Rollout Representative


Senior Service

Member


Education

USAF Test Pilot School at Edwards


Bachelor of Science

Engineering Sciences

U.S. Air Force Academy


Bachelor of Science degree

engineering sciences

Temple City High School


Master of Science

Aeronautical Engineering

Air Force Institute of Technology


degree

engineering sciences

U.S. Air Force Academy


master's degree

aeronautical engineering

U.S. Air Force Academy


Web References(196 Total References)


Steve Lindsey | Astronaut Scholarship Foundation

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Astronaut Scholarship Foundation > Astronauts > Steve Lindsey
Steve Lindsey Steven W. Lindsey (Colonel, USAF, Ret.) was selected as a NASA astronaut in March 1995. A veteran of five Space Shuttle flights, Lindsey has logged more than 1,510 hours in space. Lindsey first flew in space on November 19, 1997 as Pilot of STS-87 Columbia. As the fourth U.S. Microgravity Payload flight, the mission focused on experiments designed to show how the weightless environment of space affects various physical processes. The mission also made observations of the Sun's outer atmospheric layers. During one of STS-87's spacewalks which included a manual capture of a Spartan satellite, Lindsey piloted the first flight of the AERCam Sprint, a free-flying robotic camera. As Pilot of Discovery, Lindsey returned to space alongside Senator John Glenn on STS-95, which launched October 29, 1998. STS-133 saw Lindsey commanding the 39th and final flight of Discovery, launched on February 24, 2011. The crew docked with the ISS and delivered the Permanent Multipurpose Module, an Express Logistics Carrier, and Robonaut 2, the first human-like robot in space. During his time with NASA, Lindsey served as Deputy for Space Shuttle Operations and Co-Chairman of the Space Shuttle Cockpit Council as well as the Chief of International Space Station Operations for the Astronaut Office. After completion of STS-121, he became Chief of the Astronaut Office. In July 2011, Lindsey retired from NASA and joined Sierra Nevada Corporation to lead the Dream Chaser spacecraft flight operations. He is currently the Dream Chaser Senior Director and Co-Program Manager, responsible for managing Dream Chaser Space System development, testing, and production. Lindsey was inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame on May 29, 2015.


Partner News | 33rd Space Symposium

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SPARKS, Nev. (June 1, 2015) - Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) congratulates Steven W. Lindsey, senior director of Space Exploration Systems at SNC's Space Systems, on his induction into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.


News & Resources | Sierra Nevada Corporation | SNC

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Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) congratulates Steven W. Lindsey, senior director of Space Exploration Systems at SNC's Space Systems, on his induction into the U.S. Astronaut Hall ...


Steve Lindsey | Sierra Nevada Corporation | SNC

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Steve Lindsey
Steve Lindsey Home Who We Are Steve Lindsey Who We Are Steve Lindsey Sr. Director, Space Exploration Systems Space Systems A former U.S. Air Force (USAF) pilot and NASA astronaut with more than 30 years of flight test experience, Steven Lindsey is the senior director and co-program manager of Space Exploration Systems for SNC. Lindsey oversees design, development, testing and operational employment of the Dream Chaser® spacecraft, a modern, reusable, lifting-body space system for uncrewed and crewed transportation to low-Earth orbit. Lindsey earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Sciences from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1982. Upon completion of his degree he was commissioned a second lieutenant and sent to Undergraduate Pilot Training. After receiving his pilot wings he qualified in the RF-4C Phantom II and served as a combat-ready pilot, instructor pilot, and academic instructor. In 1987, he was selected to attend graduate school at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, where he completed a Master of Science in Aeronautical Engineering. Lindsey completed the USAF Test Pilot School course at Edwards Air Force Base, California in 1989 and was then assigned to Eglin Air Force Base, Florida in 1990 as an experimental test pilot where he conducted weapons and systems tests in F-16 and F-4 aircraft. While a member of the 3247th Test Squadron, Lindsey served as the deputy director of the Advanced Tactical Air Reconnaissance System Joint Test Force and as the squadron's F-16 flight commander. Additionally, he served as an Integrated Product team leader in the USAF SEEK EAGLE Office where he was responsible for weapons certification for the F-16, F-111, A-10 and F-117 aircraft. Lindsey retired from the Air Force in September 2006 after logging more than 7,000 hours of flying time in more than 50 different types of aircraft. Lindsey was assigned to NASA as an astronaut candidate in 1995, becoming an astronaut the following year and qualifying for flight assignment as a pilot. During his 15+ year tenure at NASA, Lindsey completed five space flights and logged more than 1,510 hours in space. He served as pilot on STS-87 in 1997 and STS-95 in 1998, and was the mission commander on STS-104 in 2001, STS-121 in 2006 and STS-133 in 2011. He last served as chief of the astronaut corps, overseeing spacecraft development, crew selection and training and flight test/crew operations in support of the space shuttle, International Space Station (ISS) and Constellation Programs. Upon joining the SNC team, Lindsey led Dream Chaser flight operations. In August 2013, he was selected as Dream Chaser senior director and co-program manager tasked with managing the Dream Chaser cargo and crew systems development. Lindsey led the Dream Chaser program through the design certification phase, including atmospheric flight tests of the Dream Chaser Engineering Test Article at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in California; and launch, orbit operations, entry and landing of the Dream Chaser cargo and crew systems for low-Earth orbit missions to the ISS. In 2015, Lindsey was inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame at Kennedy Space Center. He has also received several industry and government recognition awards throughout his career including: Distinguished Graduate USAF Undergraduate Pilot Training and Distinguished Graduate and recipient of the Liethen-Tittle Award as the outstanding test pilot of the USAF Test Pilot School Class 89A. He has also been awarded: Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Defense Superior Service Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, five NASA Space Flight Medals, NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal, NASA Distinguished Service Medal, NASA Exceptional Service Medal, Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Air Force Achievement Medal and Aerial Achievement Medal.


World Space Risk Forum - 2016

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Steven Lindsey, Sierra Nevada Corporation


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