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Italian rocket builder Avio is borrowing 10 million euros from the European Investment Bank. The funds will support new space propulsion technologies for Europe’s next-generation Vega C and Ariane 6 launchers, the company said. SpaceNews.com
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The Pentagon has to figure out how it will respond to China’s rapid advances in space technology, warned Chris Shank, director of the Pentagon’s Strategic Capabilities Office. SpaceNews.com
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A commercial space bill that fell just short of passage last year will be reintroduced this year to serve as the starting point for further discussions, a key senator said Jan. 15. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:04-03-2013
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     Current job:Program Coordinator
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services,
     KeywordsAnalytical, Team Player, Collaborative
    CV

    OBJECTIVE To pursue a career in order to benefit the astronomy community utilizing my astronomy degree.

    EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS  Austin, TX
    BA Astronomy (May 2008) - Cumulative GPA: 3.17/4.00     - Mathematics minor - Major GPA: 3.50  - Physics Exchange Student (Univ. Sussex)

    WORK SPACE TELESCOPE SCIENCE INSTITUTE Baltimore, MD

    Program Coordinator I (salary) June 2012 – Present

    - Develop and implement phase II observing programs
    Reasearch Instrument Analyst I (salary) August 2009 – June 2012

    - Create and analyze calibrations for the Hubble's Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) - Update all necessary documentation (including electronic) for ACS user community
    - ACS instrument and RIA branch website curator
    - AstroDrizzle software engineer

    - User support on helpdesk for HST community

    UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, DEPT OF ASTRONOMY McDonald Observatory, Texas

    Telescope Operator (salary) November 2008 – August 2009

    - supervised under Dr. Matthew Shetrone
    · Safety of the telescope and personnel
    · Constant monitoring of weather, assessing close conditions
    · Stack the mirrors and maintain the stack
    · Move telescope, dome, and tracker to the requested targets
    · Operate guiders and maintain telescope focus during data acquisition
    · Shutdown the telescope and facility properly at the end of the night
    · Produce a nightly report detailing operations and any problems encountered

    RESEARCH Research Engr/Sci Assistant (salary) May 2008-November 2008  Austin, TX

    - work under Professor G. Fritz Benedict, Ph.D.

    · suggest orbital parameters to team of 5; collaborate realities of exoplanet systems
    · identify possible anomalies in data & perfect current reduction/analysis methods of data · present results to diverse audiences at research forums and conferences.

    Undergraduate Research Assistant (paid position), April 2007 – May 2008
    · data reduction of HET and HST instruments utilizing pipelines in IDL and IRAF
    · applying radial velocities to Keplerian Model via Systemic and Gaussfit programs · generate orbital parameters to determine existence of possible exoplanets.
    · publish preliminary/final results in poster and scientific journals
    · explore personal research initiative by testing the tidal heating hypothesis

    SKILLS General:

    -Analytical analysis- Data Interpretation  - Data management  -Public Speaking  -User Support  -Teaching/Training  -Technical/Scientific writing  -Team Leadership  - Critical Thinking

    Computer:

    -DS9, GIMP- Latech, WinEdit, Framemaker  -MS Excel/Powerpoint, Word  -HTML, Zope  -SSH,RDC  -Shell Scripting  -Systemic, Gaussfit, AstroDrizzle  -Mac, Linux, PC OSs

    PUBLISHED

    Armstong, A. et. al. “AstroDrizzle: Advanced Camera for Surveys Mosiac of the Sombrero Galaxy M104” (Poster) Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. TBA.
    1American Astronomical Society #219. Austin, TX JAN 2012 #145.01

    Armstong, A. et. al. “Calibrating Wide Field Channel Imagery for the Post-SM4 Advanced Camera for Surveys” (Poster) Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 43.1American Astronomical Society #217. Seattle, WA JAN 2010 #344.16

    Armstrong, A. 2010, “Automating the ACS WFC Calibration Pipeline”, RIA meeting, Baltimore, MD. Armstrong, A. 2009,“Synphot:Synthetic Photometry for Aesthetic Astronomy”, RIA meeting, Baltimore, MD. Armstrong, A. et. al. “Testing the Tidal Heating Hypothesis for the Transiting Exoplanets HAT-P-1b and TrES-4b” (Poster) Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol 39, p. 969 1American Astronomical Society #211. Austin, TX. JAN 2008 #134.09.2Undergraduate Research Forum, Austin, TX 25 April 2008

    Bean, J. et al. “Detection of a Third Planet in the HD74156 System Using the Hobby-Eberly Telescope” The Astrophysical Journal, Jan 2008 Vol. 672, p1202.

    Gonzaga, S., et al. 2011 “ACS Data Handbook”, Version 6.0 (Baltimore:STScI).

    Martioli, E. et al. “Determining the Mass of HD136118b with Combined Astrometric and RadialVelocity Data.” (Poster) Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 39, p.9711American Astronomical Society Conference #211. Austin, TX. JAN 2008. #134.18

    Maybhate, A., et al. 2010 “ACS Instrument Handbook”, Version 9.0 (Baltimore: STScI).

    COURSEWORK

    The Planets: Mission Mars, Astrophysics, Cosmology, History and Philosophy of Astronomy, Galaxies Quasars & Black Holes, Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Waves & Optics, Modern Physics, Intro Thermodynamics, Modern Physics for Engineers, Further Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Vector Calculus


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