Chat With Scientist at the Space Science Institute


Here is a press release from Space Explorers (De Pere, WI):

Senior research scientist Dr. Michael Wolff will host a live, online chat with students and teachers on Thursday, January 17, from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. CST. During this event, Dr. Wolff will answer students’ questions about the Martian atmosphere. Space enthusiasts are encouraged to submit questions before or during the scheduled chat time by visiting this LINK.

Dr. Michael Wolff is a senior research scientist with the Space Science Institute, headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. Dr. Wolff graduated from the University of WisconsinMadison with a Ph.D. in Astronomy in 1993. Dr. Wolff is actively involved in several current spacecraft teams, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MARCI and CRISM instruments) and the Mars Exploration Rover project. Among his current research interests are radiative transfer, interstellar dust, remote sensing algorithm development, electrodynamical scattering theory, and many aspects of terrestrial planet atmospheres.

Space Explorers, Inc. is sponsoring this chat event. The company provides kindergarten through twelfth grade standards-based science programs including virtual simulations, experiments, and data analysis tools to thousands of educators across the United States. Through these programs, Space Explorers strives to inspire a new generation of explorers to pursue careers in science, math, and technology.



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  1. james said:

    Dr Michael wolff is helping the students very much by giving answers to their questions, the children who are 12th standard can be also be benefited if the chat chat event company can explore this chat.



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  2. murrad said:

    i need a logical reson for why the sun light cant reach to further planet

  3. jeremy said:

    do you know anything about atmospheric science

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