Tag Archives: SESE

Marc Neveu

Enceladus(Episode 24) — Dr. Marc Neveu is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Arizona State specializing in icy bodies of the solar system. Marc has spent time studying Enceladus, Ceres and the Pluto system. He also hosted a public forum on the discovery of the theoretical “Planet Nine” and discusses that at length.

Michael Crow

DSC_8538(Episode 22) — Dr. Michael Crow is the President of Arizona State University. Arizona State was recently ranked the “Most Innovative” by US News & World Report. Before joining ASU as President in 2002, Dr. Crow was the Executive Vice Provost at Columbia University.  Among the many accomplishments of the university under Dr. Crow’s leadership is the creation of the School of Earth and Space Exploration.

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Rogier Windhorst

590659main_ELG7139_1277x850(Episode 21) — Dr. Rogier Windhorst is a Regents Professor at the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. His team studies the formation and evolution of distant galaxies. The Hubble Space Telescope has been his primary tool but Dr. Windhorst is very much involved in HST’s successor; the James Webb Space Telescope. JWST is set to be launched in 2018!