Transit of Venus, Sun-Earth Day 2012

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Goddard Space Flight Center

Transit of Venus, Sun-Earth Day 2012

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Interview with Gordon Emslie

Interview with Gordon Emslie

In this podcast, we'll continue our series about the RHESSI mission with Dr. Gordon Emslie. Gordon is on the physics astronomy faculty at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green Kentucky. The thrust of the bulk of his research for the last 30 years or so has been the study of energy release and transport in solar flares...

Interview with Lyndsay Fletcher

Interview with Lyndsay Fletcher

In this podcast, we'll continue our series about the RHESSI mission with Dr. Lyndsay Fletcher. Dr. Fletcher is a solar physicist who holds a faculty position at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.

Interview with Nicole Vilmer

Interview with Nicole Vilmer

In this podcast, we'll continue our series about the RHESSI mission with Dr. Nicole Vilmer, the Director of Scientific Research at CNRS which is the National Center of Scientific Research at the Paris Observatory. It takes the concerted efforts of scientists and engineers from a variety of backgrounds and cultures to make missions like RHESSi successful.

Interview with Jacob Herrikhuisen

Interview with Jacob Herrikhuisen

In this podcast, we continue our IBEX mission series by interviewing Jacob Heerikhuisen, an assistant professor at the University of Huntsville in Alabama From an earlier podcast, you may remember that IBEX maps faint magnetic fields out in space by capturing images of neutral atoms that result from particle collisions along those magnetic fields...

Interview with David Smith

Interview with Stephen Fuselier

In this podcast, we'll continue our series with the IBEX mission by talking to Stephen Fuselier at Lockheed Martin. IBEX maps the faint magnetic fields out in space by capturing images of neutral atoms that result from particle collisions along those magnetic fields. At a recent American Geophysical Union meeting, Fuselier told us how science can only be done well when researchers work together.

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