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NASA Spitzer Space Telescope • Jet Propulsion Laboratory
• California Institute of Technology
• Vision for Space Exploration
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Spitzer Profiles

Spitzer Profiles are portaits of the people who make the Spitzer mission possible, written in their own words. In these features you can learn more about our science, engineering, and support personnel and how many different types of people are needed to make the mission possible.

Click to open Linda Vu, Spitzer Science Writer (Posted 25 January 2007)
Click to open Aomawa Shields, Helpdesk Operator/Spitzer Science User Support Team (Posted 15 September 2006)
Click to open Jim Keller, Spitzer Media Producer (Posted 20 April 2006)
Click to open Kim Weaver, Spitzer Program Scientist, NASA HQ (Posted 22 September 2005)
Click to open Seppo Laine, Spitzer Staff Scientist/Spitzer Observer Support (Posted 04 May 2005)
Click to open Chuck Scott, Spitzer Mission Manager (Posted 21 April 2005)


Before Spitzer (then known as SIRTF, the Space Infrared Telescope Facility) launched in August 2003, a similar "SIRTF Profile" was a regular feature on the homepage. Below are links to these old "SIRTF Profiles."

SIRTF Profiles



The Spitzer Space Telescope is a NASA mission managed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This website is maintained by the Spitzer Science Center, located on the campus of the California Institute of Technology and part of NASA's Infrared Processing and Analysis Center. Privacy Policy

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