Dr. Brian Oleary
Websites: www.brianoleary.info and www.montesuenos.org
- First NASA Scientist-Astronaut appointed to their Mars program in 1967 (later cancelled)
- Ph.D. thesis at UC Berkeley on the optical properties of Mars
- later about fifty publications regarding Mars Served on the Cornell faculty with the infamous Carl Sagan 1968-71
- Officer of the AAS Div. of Planetary Sciences and the American Geophysical Union,
- AAAS Fellow, World Innovation Foundation (UK) Fellow
- Served on the faculties of Caltech (1971)
- UC Berkeley (1972)
- Hampshire (1972-75) and Princeton (1975-82)
- University of Philosphophical Research (2002-)
- Senior Congressional Staff for Rep. Morris Udall when he ran for President
- The Making of an ex-Astronaut, Houghton Mifflin (1970)
- The Fertile Stars, Everest House (1981)
- The New Solar System (with K. Beatty and A. Chaikin), Sky Publishing (1981)
- Project Space Station, Stackpole (1983)
- Mars 1999, Stackpole (1987)
- Exploring Inner and Outer Space, North Atlantic (1989)
- The Second Coming of Science, North Atlantic (1993)
- Miracle in the Void, Kamapua'a (1996)
- Re-Inheriting the Earth, Brian O'Leary (2003)
- The Energy Solution Revolution (2009).
Also several technical volumes were edited during my tenure at Princeton between 1976 and 1982.
Currently a co-creator and faculty member of Montesueños, a retreat center for peace, sustainability, the arts and new science located in the Andes of Ecuador.