Amy Mainzer

Deputy Project Scientist, JPL’s Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer

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Deputy Project Scientist on the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, she also helped to build NASA's Spitzer infrared telescope

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Astrophysicist Amy Mainzer "lets her nerd flag fly" with a selection from the Star Trek II soundtrack, a roller disco classic and more on this week's Guest DJ Project.

Amy Mainzer

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The bright orange object seen earlier this week in the early-morning sky was NASA's latest effort to unlock the mysteries of the universe.

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