An interview with Randy Pollock, Chief Scientist and Engineer for Space at the Robertson Research Institute at Victoria University,Wellington, where he is working to adapt high temperature superconductor technologies for space applications. Prior to moving to New Zealand, he was an Instrument Manager and Systems Engineer for NASA Jet Propulsion Laborary. He had worked on numerous payload missions and spacecraft for NASA for over two decades including EMIT, CloudSat, and SHERLOC for the Mars Perseverance rover.
von Karman Lecture Series - aims to bring the excitement of JPL’s missions, instruments and other technologies
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