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Style Guide for NASA History Authors and Editors

"Gender-Specific Language (e.g., Manned Space Program vs. Human Space Program): In general, all references to the space program should be non-gender-specific (e.g., human, piloted, unpiloted, robotic, as opposed to manned or unmanned). The exception to the rule is when referring to the Manned Spaceflight Center (also known as the Manned Spacecraft Center), the predecessor of Johnson Space Center in Houston, or to any other historical program name or official title that included "manned" (e.g., Associate Administrator for Manned Spaceflight)."

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