Join us for our next virtual event on November 16th at 7:oo pm.
Dr. Daniel Batcheldor will be presenting on the Lunar South Pole environment.

Zoom Info

Meeting ID: 863 8047 6170
Passcode: 888111

Speaker Bio

Daniel Batcheldor received his PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Hertfordshire, in the UK, in 2004. He then moved to Rochester Institute of Technology where he was principal investigator for multiple Hubble Space Telescope observing programs. In 2010 he moved to Florida Institute of Technology where he rose to full professor, was principal investigator of an ISS payload, and where he became the Head of the Aerospace, Physics and Space Sciences Department. In 2020 he began his current role as a Subject Matter Expert in Physics at the Kennedy Space Center working for the Southeastern Universities Research Association in the Granular Mechanics and Regolith Operations Lab, also known as SwampWorks.
Daniel also serves on the West Melbourne City Council and is the author of “Astronomy Saves the World”
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