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Subject:Re: Scope of TW From:"Lewis, Roxanne" <rlewis -at- SMTP2 -dot- WSTF -dot- NASA -dot- GOV> Date:Fri, 28 Jun 1996 10:59:17 -0600
Hmm ... Hard to imagine based upon the content of messages here. Anybody do
medical or scientific writing?
smetsger -at- voicenet -dot- com
I edit scientific papers about the experimental stuff that goes on here. We
test and write reports about everything that goes up on the Space Shuttle.
Lots of fun and very interesting. I do occasionally get to write the odd
user manual for some onsite programs. But mainly I edit scientific reports
that the engineers and scientists write about their experiments.
rlewis -at- smtp2 -dot- wstf -dot- nasa -dot- gov
AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp.
NASA White Sands Test Facility
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