Texas A&M Astronomer To Test Capabilities Of NASA Telescope His Faculty Chair’s Namesake Helped Build

Share282TweetShare+1Email282 SharesHighlights Ralph Schilling ’68 helped develop  telescope technology that was utilized by the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory for NASA in the 1970s and contributed to the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) project. His chair’s namesake, Casey Papovich, will test the first official round of JWST testing before the $8 billion successor to the Hubble Space Telescope launches in 2019. … Continue reading Texas A&M Astronomer To Test Capabilities Of NASA Telescope His Faculty Chair’s Namesake Helped Build