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02.20.20

My Long-Distance Relationship With Spitzer

About six years ago, I was fortunate to have been given a chance to join the Spitzer Operations team. I had two jobs ... read blog post

02.13.20

From Happy Developer to Good Manager: A software programmer learns to manage code and people at the SSC

I joined Spitzer Science Center (SSC) in 1997 after working in NED as a software developer for eight years, though it... read blog post

02.11.20

The Spitzer North Team: It’s a Big Universe and a Small World

When we meet one of our colleagues for the first time, it usually doesn’t take very long to figure out that we have f... read blog post

02.07.20

Being Part of Spitzer is Being Part of History

I joined the Spitzer Flight Control Team four years ago. I worked as the ACE, which is the person who sends commands ... read blog post

01.28.20

From Unpaid Intern to Engineering Lead: A Life Voyage With Spitzer

The start of my life and career voyage via Spitzer began in 2014. After a two-year unpaid internship at JPL doing gra... read blog post

01.23.20

A Phone Call that Changed My Life

In July of 1997, as Manager of the Science Data Processing Systems Section at JPL, I was having the time of my life m... read blog post

01.14.20

Rime of the Ancient Astronomer: Dr. Deborah Levine Waxes Poetic With a Spitzer Tale in Verse

I leapt from "Superfriend" to Ph.D., then learned Science Operations in Spain, on ISO. 'Til George and SIRTF lured me... read blog post

01.06.20

Spitzer's Safe Space: Commanding A Telescope Millions of Miles Away

The best way for me to express my time at Spitzer can be wrapped up in one word: family. Spitzer was the first projec... read blog post

12.16.19

Bitten by the Spitzer Bug: Covering Spitzer News Is The Coolest Job in LA

About 16 years ago I was ecstatic to hear I got the job as a science communicator at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory... read blog post

12.02.19

Three Months of Checkout, A Lifetime of Memories

Spitzer was my job for seven years, and has been an important part of my research for much longer. I even met my wife... read blog post

10.23.19

Space Was Her Second Act: As Spitzer Takes Its Final Bow, Astronomer and Actress Aomawa Shields Thanks Spitzer For Her Big Break.

I am thinking of the Spitzer Space Telescope, and about the job I got as Helpdesk Operator in 2005. That job was mean... read blog post

09.18.19

Don’t Sneeze On Spitzer! Matthew Ashby remembers his first time meeting the telescope

Thinking back on it now, so close to the end of Spitzer's mission, it would be pretty hard to understate the impact i... read blog post

09.04.19

NASA’s Spitzer’s Space Telescope: Shaping Scientific Careers of Researchers and Future Space Telescopes

This year we celebrate the 15-year legacy of NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope. I was happy to be asked to write about t... read blog post

08.03.19

The Adventure of a Lifetime

My Spitzer story starts in 1999 when I was working on my PhD at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore. I... read blog post

07.17.19

Seeing Spitzer

I have no direct proof that Spitzer exists. I joined Spitzer relatively late, in 2007, four years after launch. I hav... read blog post

06.26.19

Spitzer: More than a space telescope. It is part of my family and a piece of who I am.

We often think about Spitzer as being a 16-year-old. That is the time it has been operating after its launch on a Del... read blog post

06.12.19

Two Decades of 'Growing Up' with Spitzer

As Spitzer is on its "Final Voyage", training its infrared eye on the sky for the final nine months of its mission, I... read blog post

05.29.19

Long Live Spitzer!

As a graduate student at the turn of the millennium, I will never forget a particular moment that caused my whole bei... read blog post

05.14.19

Spitzer's Final Voyage

On January 30, 2020, NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope will transmit the final science and engineering data to mission c... read blog post

07.31.18

14 Years and 11 Months in Space... One More Month to Go Before #Spitzer15

In less than one month, NASA’s Spitzer Space telescope will be exactly half my age and given how much time went into ... read blog post

   

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