Stuff I do for fun:
The Legion Omnicom, the main communications device of the Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century
European Grand Tour, over 30 cities in 16 countries in 69 days in fall 2011
Going Places, a travel and photo blog
NASA's Surfin' Chili cookoff team, 1990-2011
Getty Images stock photo portfolio
Member of The Legion of Substitute Podcasters since 2014
Beers Around the World on Instagram
My Untappd portfolio

Stuff I do for work:

My résumé (pdf) for the Space Program
Here's my Software and User Interface Portfolio

Stuff I've published or presented:
Goulding, C.; Grabois, M.; Rico, M. (Oct 2021). "The History of EVA Safety at NASA", to be presented at the 11th International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety (IAASS) Conference: Managing Risk in Space in Osaka, Japan. [pending]
Grabois, M. (May 2015). "Space Food - Eat Whatever You Want and Never Gain Weight!", presented at Comicpalooza 2015 in Houston, TX.
Grabois, M. (2012). “There Are Good Reasons Houston Did Not Get a Retired Space Shuttle.” In M. Haerens (Ed.), Opposing Viewpoints: NASA (pp. 112-116). Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press.
Fitzpatrick, M.; Mattes, G.; Grabois, M.; Griffith, H. (Sept. 2011). “NASA/MOD Operations Impacts from Shuttle Program Control”, presented at the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics Space 2011 Conference in Los Angeles, CA.
Grabois, M. (April 15, 2011). “Guest commentary: Don’t blame NASA or politics for an orbiter-less Houston”.
Grabois, M. (April/May 2011). “Apollo: Learning From the Past, For the Future”, published in Acta Astronautica. [pdf download at sci-hub]
Grabois, M. (Oct. 2009). “Apollo: Learning From the Past, For the Future”, presented at the 60th International Astronautical Congress in Daejeon, Republic of Korea.
Grabois, M. (Jan. 2009). "Apollo Lessons Learned Project". In 2008, NBC/Universal was looking into the possibility of including some of the presentations from our Apollo Lessons Learned project on its then-upcoming "Apollo 13" Blu-ray (which for various reasons ended up not happening). But NASA had to put them on the NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS), stripped of author and contact info, in order for NBCU to be able to obtain them. The listed author of all these Apollo documents is the person who was the liaison between NASA and NBCU. Click the above link for all of them, these are the ones I did.
Grabois, M. (Feb. 1995) "Countdown!", an account I wrote in about what it's like to work on console in Mission Control during a space shuttle launch.
Appelbaum, S; Carroll, D.; Grabois, M.; Hudson, C.; Lennard, J.; Pinon, E.; Regester, M.; Roesset, P., collectively as "MARCO: The Mars Company" (May 1988). "Design of a fast crew transfer vehicle to Mars", the final product of my senior group research project class ASE 274L at the University of Texas at Austin.

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