Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary
Worked in the field of infrared astronomy with 16 years of hands-on experience. Manager of the team researching objects colder than stars, such as planets. Specialties range from intensive infrared astronomy to optical astronomy. Extensive work with telescopes paired with a charge-coupled device or spectroscopes. Primary interests include the continuation of my study with planets, stars, and galaxies in a well-equipped facility. 
  • Dependable
  • Team player
  • Experience in management
  • Natural leadership abilities
  • Valedictorian of Princeton- class of '97
Work History
06/1997 to 10/2013
Astrophysicist NASA- Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center City, STATE,
While working at my previous job in NASA, I was in charge of the infrared astronomy study. Infrared astronomy consists of studying radiation with a wavelength that is too long to be visible to the naked eye but is shorter than radio waves. Infrared observations are usually made with telescopes similar to the familiar optical telescopes. Objects colder than stars (such as planets) are normally studied at infrared frequencies. 
Expected in 1997
Ph.D.: Astrophysical Science
Princeton University - Princeton, NJ

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