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John Noonan

John Noonan

John Noonan is an analyst for the ESA Rosetta Alice ultraviolet spectrograph and a flight controller for the upcoming NASA CYGNSS mission. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder earlier this year and spent 3 years there giving talks and shows at the Fiske Planetarium on campus. His current research focuses on comets and their implications for planetary formation.

Latest Blog Posts

CYGNSS Launch: The Human Side

Posted 2017/01/11 11:36 CST | 1 comment

What is it like behind the scenes before, during, and after the launch of a spacecraft?

Rosetta in the Rearview: What Have We Learned?

Posted 2016/11/07 03:26 CST | 1 comment

Just over a month ago the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft finished its mission by spectacularly diving into the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. How did it observations influence and alter our ideas about the typical formation and lifetime of a comet?

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