The Hubble Space Telescope–a Long Term Perspective

Join the Westminster Astronomical Society’s next virtual talk on 13 July at 7:30pm EDT.  The topic is: “The Hubble Space Telescope – a Long Term Perspective”.

Title: “The Hubble Space Telescope–a Long Term Perspective

Larry Dunham (HST Chief Systems Engineer) and Dr. Ken Carpenter (NASA, HST Project Scientist) will provide the talk.   NOVAC is welcome to join this Zoom meeting offered by one of our fellow astronomy clubs in the DMV, the Westminster Astronomical Society.

Speaker Biography: 

Larry Dunham has been working with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) for 40 years.  Starting in California where the orbiting telescope was built, he later moved to Maryland 1989 to work at Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) on HST, support the 1990 launch and flight operations going forward.  Larry has been held many roles during his HST career, including Anomaly Response Manager for all HST Servicing Missions to HST by Space Transportation System (i.e. “space shuttle”) and daily mission operations. Mr. Dunham has also chaired the Guide Star Acquisition Working Group for HST for over 3 decades.

HST Project Scientist Dr. Ken Carpenter will also be at the meeting to discuss scientific aspects of the HST mission.
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