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John Raymond

John Raymond

Lecturer / SAO Astrophysicist

Spectroscopy and physics of the solar corona, especially flares and Coronal Mass Ejections.

Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
60 Garden Street, MS 15
Cambridge, MA 02138
jraymond@cfa.harvard.edu
Douglas  Rubin

Douglas Rubin

Graduate Student (Physics)
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
60 Garden Street,
Office: B-227
Cambridge, MA 02138
MS-10

p: 617-495-9245
Dimitar Sasselov

Dimitar Sasselov

Phillips Professor of Astronomy
Director, Origins of Life Initiative
Senior Advisor in the Sciences for Advanced Study

Research Interests:  Professor Sasselov studies, among other things, extrasolar planets, and he's a co-investigator on NASA's Kepler mission, which is monitoring 100,000 stars in a three-year hunt for exoplanets -- including Jupiter-sized giants. Sasselov watches for exoplanets by looking for transits, the act of a planet passing across the face of its star, dimming its light and changing its chemical signature. This simple, elegant way of searching has led to a bounty of newly discovered planets.

Perkin Lab, P-336
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
60 Garden Street, MS-16
Cambridge, MA 02138
p: (617) 495-7451
Robb Scholten

Robb Scholten

Graduate Coordinator
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
60 Garden Street, MS 46
Cambridge, MA 02138

Fax: 617-495-7008
Office: 60 Garden St, Room P-241
p: 617-495-3752

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