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Archived Biographies

Archived Biographies

What do all scientists have in common? No, it is not that they wear pocket protectors or are geeks. It is that they all ask questions. Lots and lots of questions, since asking questions about what you see is one way to figure out how things work. Here at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, there are lots of people working towards a better understanding of the Universe around us. However, it is not always clear how particular observations can shed light on how our Universe works. Have you ever wondered how scientists work to understand the things in the skies around us? Have you ever wondered what the rocket scientists at NASA DO at work all day? Or how they spend their weekend?

To give you an idea about the people who are the scientists here and the kinds of research they are pursuing, we have put together some profiles for you. There will be a new scientist featured about once a year...but old scientists never die, they just move to the archive!

Please check back frequently for additions to this page!

Dr. John Baker
Dr. John Baker

Dr. Patricia Boyd
Dr. Patricia Boyd

Dr. Eric Christian
Dr. Eric Christian

Dr. Jean Cottam
Dr. Jean Cottam

Dr. Duilia de Mello
Dr. Duilia de Mello

Dr. Joanne 'Joe' Hill
Dr. Joanne 'Joe' Hill

Dr. Stefan Immler
Dr. Stefan Immler

Dr. Marc Kuchner
Dr. Marc Kuchner

Dr. James Lochner
Dr. James C. Lochner

Dr. Koji Mukai
Dr. Koji Mukai

Dr. Kirpal Nandra
Dr. Kirpal Nandra

Dr. Aki Roberge
Dr. Aki Roberge

Dr. Jennifer Scott
Dr. Jennifer Scott

Dr. Floyd Stecker
Dr. Floyd Stecker

Dr. David Thompson
Dr. David Thompson

Dr. Michael Tripicco
Dr. Michael Tripicco

Dr. Ed Wollack
Dr. Ed Wollack

 

 

 

 

A service of the High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC), Dr. Alan Smale (Director), within the Astrophysics Science Division (ASD) at NASA/GSFC

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