Aerospace technology that changed the world had origins in Seal Beach (SB Sun)


Former Los Al HS history teacher Michael Pazeian and Sun editor David N. Young continue chronicling the stories of men who worked at the Seal Beach North American Rockwell facility (now Boeing) that put an American on the moon in the late 1960s.

This week they look atbthe memories of Seal Beach resident John Robinson who came out of college in Colorado to move to California and Seal Beach where he found himself working with famed rocket scientist Werner Von Braun.

Robinson later found himself working on the first Global Position Satellite (GPS) which is now a crucial part of every mapping system and every smartphone on the planet.
Here is Part III of their series.


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