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    (Wikipedia) - Goddard

    Goddard may refer to:

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    In the United States:

    • Goddard, Alaska
    • Goddard, Kansas
    • Goddard, Kentucky
    • Goddard, Maryland
    • Goddard Bungalow Court Historic District, Des Moines, Iowa
    • Goddard College, a private college in Plainfield, Vermont
    • Goddard Memorial State Park, Warwick, Rhode Island
    • Maurice K. Goddard State Park, New Vernon Township, Pennsylvania
    • The Goddard School Springfield, MO
    • Homer, Indiana, also known as Goddard
    PeopleSurname
    • Goddard family
    • Adam Ant (born Stuart Leslie Goddard, 1954), British pop singer
    • Alexa Goddard (born 1988), British R&B singer
    • Anna-Marie Goddard (born 1970), Dutch-born model for adult publications
    • Brendon Goddard (born 1985), Australian rules footballer
    • Charles W. Goddard (1879–1951), American playwright and screenwriter
    • Cliff Goddard, Australian professor in linguistics
    • David R. Goddard (1908-1985) American plant physiologist and scientific administrator, son of Pliny Earle Goddard
    • Dick Goddard (born 1931), meteorologist at WJW-TV in Cleveland
    • F. Norton Goddard, New York City Republican politician, c. 1900
    • Geoff Goddard (1938–2000), English musician and songwriter
    • George ''Sonny'' Goddard, former president of the Steelband Association and enthusiast
    • George William Goddard (1889–1987), aerial photography pioneer
    • Henry H. Goddard (1866–1957), prominent American psychologist and eugenicist
    • Hope Goddard Iselin (1868–1970), American sportswoman
    • Ives Goddard (1941–), American linguist
    • Jamie Goddard, Australian rugby league footballer
    • Joe Goddard (boxer)
    • Jordan Goddard, English footballer
    • Liza Goddard (born 1950), British television presenter
    • Nichola Goddard (1980–2006), Canadian army captain who was killed during Canadian operations in Afghanistan
    • Paul Goddard (born 1959), English footballer
    • Paulette Goddard (1911–1990), American actress
    • Peter Goddard (physicist) (born 1945), British mathematical physicist
    • Peter Goddard (motorcycle racer) (born 1964), Australian motorcycle road racer
    • Pliny Earle Goddard, early American linguist, father of David R. Goddard
    • Rayner Goddard, Baron Goddard (1877–1971), former Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales
    • Robert Goddard (novelist) (born 1954), British novelist
    • Robert H. Goddard (1882–1945), "the father of modern US rocketry"
    • Robert Hale Ives Goddard (1837–1916), industrialist and Rhode Island politician
    • Samuel Pearson Goddard, Jr. (1919–2006), 12th Governor of Arizona
    • Theodore Goddard, British solicitor to Wallis Simpson during the Edward VIII abdication crisis
    • Tom Goddard (1900–1966), English cricketer; fifth highest first-class wicket-taker
    • Trevor Goddard (1962–2003), actor and former professional boxer
    • Trevor Goddard (cricketer) (b. 1931), South African cricketer
    • Trisha Goddard (born 1957), British television presenter
    • William Goddard (engineer), IBM engineer
    • William Andrew Goddard III, American theoretical chemist
    Given name
    • Goddard Lieberson (1911–1977), former president of Columbia Records
    Named for Robert H. Goddard

    The following got their names due to Robert H. Goddard''s pioneering role in rocketry:

    • Goddard (crater), a lunar crater that is located along the eastern limb of the Moon
    • The Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph, a spectrograph installed on the Hubble Space Telescope
    • Goddard High School, a public high school in Roswell, New Mexico
    • The Goddard Space Flight Center, a major NASA space science laboratory located in Greenbelt, Maryland
      • Goddard Institute for Space Studies, component laboratory of Goddard Space Flight Center
    • Blue Origin Goddard, a private spacecraft which first flew in November 2006
    • Version 13 of the popular Linux distribution Fedora (operating system) is named Goddard
    Things
    • Goddard, a robot dog in the American animated television series, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
    • The Goddard–Thorn theorem, a mathematical theorem about certain vector spaces
    • A goddard is a drinking vessel of stone, akin to the German stein
    • The Maine penny, also known as the "Goddard coin"

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