John M. Fabian

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John M. Fabian

John McCreary Fabian (born January 28, 1939) is a former NASA astronaut, Air Force officer, and director who flew two Space Shuttle missions and worked on the development of the Shuttle's robotic arm. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of John M. Fabian has received more than 46,604 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 192nd most popular astronaut.

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  • 2.59

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among astronauts, John M. Fabian ranks 193 out of 501Before him are Yuri Malenchenko, Laurel Clark, John E. Blaha, Ronald McNair, Léopold Eyharts, and Gerald Carr. After him are John Oliver Creighton, Oleg Atkov, Daniel Brandenstein, Sergei Avdeyev, Michael López-Alegría, and Rodolfo Neri Vela.

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Among people born in 1939, John M. Fabian ranks 330Before him are Margaret Drabble, Nur Misuari, Józef Grudzień, Gerry Goffin, Pierluigi Pizzaballa, and George Cohen. After him are Sante Gaiardoni, Don Williams, Clarence Williams III, Michael Learned, Ruth Perry, and Harvey Pekar.

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In United States

Among people born in United States, John M. Fabian ranks 6,675 out of 12,171Before him are Kenneth Appel (1932), Michael Rosenbaum (1972), Pauline Bush (1886), Ryan Dunn (1977), A.J. Styles (1977), and Traylor Howard (1966). After him are Bill Carr (1909), Wally Pfister (1961), John Musker (1953), Bubba Ray Dudley (1971), John Patitucci (1959), and Elisha Kent Kane (1820).

Among ASTRONAUTS In United States

Among astronauts born in United States, John M. Fabian ranks 79Before him are Steven R. Nagel (1946), John L. Phillips (1951), Laurel Clark (1961), John E. Blaha (1942), Ronald McNair (1950), and Gerald Carr (1932). After him are John Oliver Creighton (1943), Daniel Brandenstein (1943), Joseph P. Allen (1937), Loren Acton (1936), William C. McCool (1961), and Don L. Lind (1930).