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Walking to Olympus: An EVA Chronology, 1997–2011 Volume 2
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Walking to Olympus: An EVA Chronology, 1997–2011 Volume 2
By Julie B. Ta and Robert C. Treviño

Following the first volume of Walking to Olympus: An EVA Chronology, which recounted the period from the first spacewalks in 1965 to the end of the Shuttle-Mir program in 1997, this second volume of Walking to Olympus spans the period from 1997 to the end of the Space Shuttle Program in 2011. It includes not only spacewalks performed by American and European astronauts and the Russian/Soviet cosmonauts, but also those of the newest members of the EVA community, the taikonauts of the People’s Republic of China. Several key events and themes from this period include the building of the ISS, the servicing of the Hubble Space Telescope, and the STS-107 Columbia accident. The publication of this second EVA chronology follows two major anniversaries of significance to the spaceflight community: the 50th anniversary of the first EVA and the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope. The phrase “Walking to Olympus” is a symbolic expression of humans inevitably landing on Mars and exploring the planet, including Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in our solar system.

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1) http://history.nasa.gov/monograph7.pdf

2) http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/walking-to-olympus_tagged.pdf

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CAPT. Robert Campos Treviño Ret. who may be best known by this community for having co-authored two chronologies on the evolution of extravehicular activities (EVA, or spacewalking), "Walking to Olympus" (with David S. Portee), died on Sept. 30, 2023. He was 75.

    He worked for NASA Johnson Space Center for 50 years as an aeronautical engineer. He was responsible for the design of several tools used by the astronauts in the space shuttle.

    His expertise was in space suit design and extravehicular activity [EVA], training astronauts in zero gravity and spacewalk missions, including the Hubble repair missions as noted by Dr. Kathryn Sullivan in "Handprints on Hubble." He was recognized by the astronaut team with the Snoopy Award.

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Capt. Robert Campos Treviño, Ret.
07/30/1948 - 09/30/2023
Robert Campos Treviño age 75, passed away on Saturday, September 30, 2023, in Houston, Texas. He was born to parents Juan and Dolores Treviño on July 30, 1948, in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, México. He graduated from the University of Texas School of Engineering in 1972, joining the Navy soon after. He served in active duty as an officer and Navy pilot through 1977, followed by service in the Navy Reserves, retiring as a Navy Captain after 30 years of service. He worked for NASA Johnson Space Center for 50 years as an Aeronautical Engineer. He was responsible for the design of several tools used by the astronauts in the space shuttle. His expertise was in space suit design and extravehicular activity [EVA], training astronauts in zero gravity and spacewalk missions, including the Hubble repair missions as noted by Dr. Kathryn Sullivan in Handprints on Hubble. He was recognized by the astronaut team with the Snoopy Award. He co-authored two chronologies on the evolution of EVA, Walking to Olympus [with David S. Portee] in 1997, which earned the Luigi G. Napolitano Award by the International Astronautical Federation, and Walking to Olympus Vol 2 [with Julie Tan] in 2016. He was passionate about STEM education to prepare the next generation of space explorers and experts. He worked with engineering students from across the country on competitive space exploration design projects, with his students usually earning awards. His work in STEM education was recognized by the Department of Defense in 2001, and by the Hispanic Engineers National Association [HENAAC] with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014. His most recent project work was in support of the development of the new lunar rover, and innovative design of habitats. He received many awards during his tenure at NASA, including recognition for his lifetime's work with the Engineering Legacy Award in 2023. His greatest legacy, however, was the gift of his having been in our lives. He was a kind, generous, funny, curious, and uniquely creative individual whom we loved and will miss dearly. He was preceded in death by his parents, Juan and Dolores Treviño, and siblings, Evangelina, Elvira, Pedro, George, Jesus, Armando and Mario. Robert is survived by his wife, Maria Alma Rodriguez M.D.; son, Robert P. Trevino, D.V.M.; brothers Ramiro, John, Ernest; sister Alice Rodriguez; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, family & friends. The family will receive friends from 10:00 am to 11:00 am on Tuesday, October 17, 2023, at Porter Loring Mortuary.
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