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Biography

Otis Graf received a BS in physics and math and a PhD in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He joined NASA and was part of the Apollo lunar landing team, working on mission planning and analysis. He also worked on the Space Shuttle program. Dr. Graf then joined IBM in Houston where he had the opportunity to work with national laboratories in NASA, the Department of Energy, NOAA, and research organizations in the UK, Japan, and South Korea.

After retiring from IBM, Dr. Graf joined the adjunct faculty of Houston Community College where he teaches math and physics. He also writes and does research on the subject of Christianity and science, and has been involved with Reasons to Believe since 2005. Otis and his wife live in Katy, Texas. They have two children and two grandchildren.

Biography

Otis Graf received a BS in physics and math and a PhD in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He joined NASA and was part of the Apollo lunar landing team, working on mission planning and analysis. He also worked on the Space Shuttle program. Dr. Graf then joined IBM in Houston where he had the opportunity to work with national laboratories in NASA, the Department of Energy, NOAA, and research organizations in the UK, Japan, and South Korea.

After retiring from IBM, Dr. Graf joined the adjunct faculty of Houston Community College where he teaches math and physics. He also writes and does research on the subject of Christianity and science, and has been involved with Reasons to Believe since 2005. Otis and his wife live in Katy, Texas. They have two children and two grandchildren.

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