Dr. Anne Kahle, Geophysicist
A pioneer in remote sensing, Dr. Anne Kahle has helped develop several innovative instruments that observe Earth from space.
Alberto Behar, JPL Engineer
December 19, 2002
Robert Hogg, Engineering Robots of the Future
In just five years at JPL, Hogg has already worked on some of the latest robotic vehicles to explore our own planet and beyond.
Sophia Malloy, Mission Planner and Sequence Engineer
Sophia Malloy learned how to run a tight ship during her years in the military. Those skills are put to good use as a mission planner for two ocean-observing satellites.
Dr. Michelle Thaller, Astrophysicist
November 15, 2002
How do we study the distant universe? In this segment, Caltech astrophysicist Dr. Michelle Thaller discusses methods astronomers use to study stars and galaxies.
A Conversation with Dr. Moustafa Chahine
Dr. Moustafa Chahine is the science team leader on a suite of instruments that will measure Earth's atmospheric temperature and humidity profiles with high accuracy.
Student's Curiosity Leads to Discovery
College senior Elizabeth Lester's work on a device to detect bacterial spores contributed to the new biohazard detector.
Art Chmielewski, Project Manager
October 21, 2002
In this video profile 'First Person,' Art Chmielewski, project manager for New Millennium project ST6, discusses artificial intelligence and new technologies for NASA spacecraft.
Dr. Ayanna Howard, JPL's Bionic Woman
Howard is JPL's own bionic woman who, at the moment, is helping develop an advanced Entry, Descent and Landing software application that can look at virtual terrain on Mars.
Dr. Robert Crippen, Geologist and Geographer
Dr. Robert Crippen expects the Grand Canyon to be delivered to his office any day.