Author: Angelo J. Micocci

M.Sc. in Human Factors Engineering - The Ohio State University

First generation American. Parents from the Province of Rome, Italy. Served 4 years in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. B.A. in Human Factors Engineering (Engineering Psychology) from The Ohio State University. Employed during the Apollo Program by Bendix Aerospace in Ann Arbor, MI. Bendix designed the ALSEP equipment taken to the Moon. Angelo worked closely with the Apollo Astronauts to work out the logistics of operating the ALSEP equipment while encased in the cumbersome spacesuits they wore during the mission. Appeared on NBC as the ALSEP spokesperson on Apollo 11 and 12.


Publication period start: 1987
Number of co-authors: 0


Micocci, Angelo J. (1987): Use of Infrared Telemetry as Part of a Nonintrusive Inflight Data Collection System to Col. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 31st Annual Meeting , 1987, . pp. 796-799.