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Lee Brandon-Cremer (former pen name Lee Robert Caldwell).

Born 1964 lived in Australia, Canada and England, worked in the US from Coast to Coast as a freelance writer.

Writer/Researcher on Manned Spaceflight and ICBM projects (namely Titan 1 and 2 ICBM histories).

Contirbuted to: the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Spaceflight Magazine, Countdown Magazine and others.

Special interest in Russian Manned Spaceflight (Salyut, Mir, Buran and the ISS), also the US Space Shuttle Program.

Frequently visited every NASA Field Center as well as Vandenberg AFB SLC-6. Viewed Shuttle launches and Landings, as well as US ELV launches. Witnessed STS-1 and consider it the proudest moment of my free-lance career.

Co-authored a book entitled 'Space Shuttle Almanac: A Comprehensive Overview of 39 Years of Space Shuttle Development and Operations' ISBN# 0-9696313-0-8 Copyright 1992 (revised/re-released 2011). Co-author Joel W. Powell. View it at

Space Shuttle Almanac Cover

My Wiki Contributions[edit]

Recently revamped/cleaned up the External Stowage Platform (ESP), ExPRESS Logistics Carrier (ELC) pages and created a page for the Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC), Orbital Replacement Units (ORUs) and the External Active Thermal Control System (EATCS).

I have created or contributed to (and many others):

  • Mir Space Station
  • Picosatellite Solar Cell Testbed 2 PSSC-2

As well as many Shuttle Mission pages including the final missions STS-134 and STS-135.

My Photos[edit]

My Best Creations[edit]

External links[edit]

Aryabhata Satellite.jpgThis user is a member of
WikiProject Spaceflight.