Publications by Jack Crenshaw

Scientific articles by Jack Crenshaw who spent many years working for NASA in 1970 and helped develop computer systems that allowed successful crewed missions to the Moon.

We would like to thank Jack Crenshaw for giving us permission to share his lifetime of scientific achievements. We fully support his wishes for this information to remain on a freely-accessible space and will continue to host his contributions to science for many years to come. Thank you Jack.
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Articles

Read recent blogs by Jack Crenshaw on embedded.com.

Fly me to the Moon.
Jack W. Crenshaw, embedded blog, (2010)

Calculating trajectories for Apollo program.
Jack W. Crenshaw, embedded blog, (2009)

Gravity effects on the rotational motion of a uniaxial artificial satellite.
Jack W. Crenshaw and Philip M. Fitzpatrick AIAA Journal, (1968)

Theoretical determination of gravity effects on the rotational motion of a uniaxial rigid close earth satellite.
Jack W. Crenshaw and Philip M. Fitzpatrick, 5th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, (1967)

Unified two-body functions.
Jack W. Crenshaw, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets (1966)

Sphere of influence in patched-conic methods.
Jack W. Crenshaw, AIAA Journal (1963)

Trajectory considerations for circumlunar missions.
William H. Michael, Jr. and Jack W. Crenshaw, NASA Langley Research Center, (1961)


Tools

Compiler tutorial:  https://compilers.iecc.com/crenshaw/
Also, a spin-off by PP4s: http://www.pp4s.co.uk/main/tu-trans-comp-jc-intro.html


Interviews

Jack Crenshaw: The Space Pioneer You Never Heard Of.
Collin Skocik, Spaceflight Insider, (2016)

An Interview with Jack Crenshaw.
Matthew Reed, Radio Shack TRS-80, (2009)

An Interview with Jack Crenshaw.
Resonance Publications, (1999)


Books

Math Toolkit for Real-Time Programming 1st Edition

By Jack W. Crenshaw (2000)
ISBN-13: 978-1929629091
ISBN-10: 1929629095
Publisher : CRC Press; 1st Edition (January 9, 2000)