Dan Lickly

Dan Lickly graduated from MIT with a degree in Aeronautical Engineering and started working at the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory in 1957 on the Polaris Missile project. Moving to the Apollo program in 1961, Lickly focused on reentry, which included the guidance and later, autopilot, programs through 1964. Lickly left the IL and joined Intermetrics in 1969. He taught computer science at University of New Hampshire.


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