"I like to say that being an astronomer involves a lot of things that my mommy never told me." An Interview with Marcia Rieke
Recorded April 28, 2021 Archived April 28, 2021 44:53 minutes
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DescriptionMarcia Rieke has had to take a break from her job as a professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona recently because she is currently the principal investigator of the Near Infrared Camera being launched on the James Webb Space Telescope- not a bad deal! We talked to Rieke about working on James Webb since 1998, testing the telescope in the middle of Hurricane Harvey, and almost falling off a cliff while traveling to an observatory.