The Jet Propulsion Laboratory employs many talented researchers from a wide cross-section of science and technology disciplines. Researchers at JPL are involved in many different research projects and NASA missions that make use of their educational background and the experience they have built on over the years.
09.03.2010 10:23 AM
Posted In: Field Campaigns: NASA GRIP 2010: HAMSR Instrument Team
Yesterday the NASA Global Hawk flew over Hurricane Earl for about 8 hours. It took off from NASA's Dryden facility at Edwards AFB near Mojave, CA at 9 pm the previous evening. After climbing above 50,000 feet to get out of airline traffic lanes, it flew across the southern US to the Gulf and across Florida, and acquired the storm 8 hours later. At that time it had climbed to 60,000 feet. Although the Global Hawk flies itself... View all recent entries
The designation "Senior Research Scientist" (SRS) was established at JPL in 1977 to provide special recognition, benefits, responsibilities and privileges for outstanding individual researchers in science and technology.
The Senior Research Scientist Council is responsible for representing the interest of the science and technology community at JPL to management and undertaking tasks of importance to the research community. The Program Description document discusses the qualifications, benefits, and responsibilities for and of those in the program.