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160 views • September 17, 2021

Instrumental: Engineers Who Make Science Possible (Live Public Talk)

Pollution creates particulate matter (tiny floating particles) and aerosols that can be harmful to our health. With missions like the Multi-Angle Imager for Aerosols (MAIA), public health officials can start to map this particulate matter around the world, understand its effect on diseases, and know where the most risk is. In this month’s talk, we'll chat with the instrument operations systems engineer for MAIA and discuss how vital positions like hers are for mission success and for making sure important data gets back to us on Earth. Speaker: Janelle Wellons, Instrument Operations Systems Engineer, NASA/JPL Host: Brian White, Public Services Office, NASA/JPL Co-Host: Jocelyn Argueta, Public Outreach Specialist, NASA/JPL
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