Connie Moore (left) and Sheva Moore are not related but they share a passion for helping the public find just the right image or film clip for projects. With a combined 50+ years of service at NASA Headquarters, they have worked on projects big and small–from books by high-end publishers Taschen, to documentaries and feature films.

Sheva Moore joined NASA Headquarters as a contractor and video librarian in 2001. Her work includes providing content to major networks, productions companies, educators and private citizens to support documentaries, features films, broadcast news and the vision of the agency. She has filled thousands of domestic and international requests because the work that NASA has done and continues to do, impacts and inspires millions of people around the world. Sheva received a screen credit for the Academy Award nominated film, “Hidden Figures” which recognizes the contributions of African-American women to advance human space flight programs in the United States. There are many stories to tell and NASA makes it possible by providing the images and sounds that shape history.

Connie Moore has worked at NASA Headquarters since October 1985, almost 35 years, starting as a part-time employee in the “Stay In School” program as it was called at the time. It was a program for college students to work while gaining knowledge and experience in the work force while obtaining their degrees. Among her proudest moments are her work with the films Hidden Figures and First Man. While finishing up requirements for a degree in Applied Mathematics, she was hired as a contractor in the Astronaut Appearance Office. After being there for a year, she was hired under a new contract in the Photo Office and has remained here ever since. Working now in the Photo Office, Connie is the senior photo researcher/librarian. She performs research and assists other professional researchers, filmmakers, news media, publishing companies, educators, government agencies and members of the public with obtaining NASA imagery. She also maintains a photographic archival database system with our historical images as we have transitioned from analog to digital files.

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康妮·摩尔(左)和舍瓦·摩尔没有血缘关系,但他们都热衷于帮助公众为项目找到合适的图像或电影片段。他们在NASA总部工作了50多年,参与过大大小小的项目——从大型出版商Taschen的书,到纪录片和故事片。

2001年,舍瓦·摩尔以合同工和视频管理员的身份加入了NASA总部。她的工作包括为各大电视网、制作公司、教育工作者和普通公民提供内容,以支持纪录片、故事片、广播新闻和该机构的愿景。她已经满足了成千上万的国内和国际请求,因为NASA已经做的工作,并将继续做下去,影响和激励着全世界数百万人。舍瓦凭借电影《隐藏的人物》获得了奥斯卡提名,这部电影表彰了非裔美国妇女为推动美国的人类太空飞行计划所做出的贡献。有许多故事可以讲述,NASA通过提供塑造历史的图像和声音使之成为可能。

康妮·摩尔从1985年10月开始在NASA总部工作,至今已近35年。她最初是“留在学校”项目的兼职雇员。这是一个旨在使大学生在获得学位的同时在工作中获得知识和经验的项目。她最自豪的时刻是她与电影《隐藏人物》和《第一个男人》的合作。在完成应用数学学位的申请时,她被聘为宇航员形象办公室的合同工。她在那里工作了一年,根据一份新合同,她被聘为摄影办公室的一员,并一直在这里工作。康妮目前在照片办公室工作,是高级照片研究员/图书馆员。她进行研究并协助其他专业研究人员、电影制作人、新闻媒体、出版公司、教育工作者、政府机构和公众获取NASA的图像。她还维护着一个摄影档案数据库系统,其中包含我们从模拟到数字文件转换的历史图像。

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啊哈

Jessica Shi

好棒,NASA总部