Chairman Emeritus (GMI); former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mount Wilson Institute, The George C. Marshall Institute
Robert Jastrow, Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors (1925-2008), was the founder and was for twenty years Director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Dr. Jastrow served as the first Chairman of the NASA Lunar Exploration Committee and was recipient of the NASA Medal for Exceptional Scientific Achievement. Dr. Jastrow was former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mount Wilson Institute, which manages the Mount Wilson Observatory.
- "Recent Success in U.S. Missile-Defense Testing Can Counter the Iranian Nuclear Missile Breakout," Robert Jastrow and Jeff Kueter, March 1, 2006
- "What is the Meaning of the Russian Wonder Weapon?," Robert Jastrow and Jeff Kueter, May 1, 2004
- "Two Faces of Reality," Robert Jastrow and Norman Podhoretz, December 12, 2000
- "New Directions in Space: A Report on the Lunar and Mars Initiatives," Robert Jastrow, Dr. Frederick Seitz and Willis M. Hawkins, January 1, 1990
- "Why President Reagan is Right about Missile Defense," Robert Jastrow and James Frelk, December 18, 1986
- "A Conversation with Dr. Robert Jastrow," Robert Jastrow