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The Johns Hopkins University Center for Astrophysical Sciences
 

Summary: The Johns Hopkins University
Center for Astrophysical Sciences
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
This report covers the period October 1994 through
September 1995.
1. INTRODUCTION
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Astrophysical
Sciences CAS again put astronomer Sam Durrance in orbit
in 1995. Below, we sketch the participation of the Hopkins
Ultraviolet Telescope HUT in the Astro-2 mission. Many
Hopkins astronomers spent weeks in Huntsville, Alabama, in
an extraordinarily successful second flight of HUT.
Participation in major NASA missions has been the foun-
dation stone of the growth of astronomy and astrophysics
research activity at Hopkins. This growth continued in 1995
with the selection of CAS Director Holland Ford as principal
investigator for the Advanced Camera for Surveys project for
the Hubble Space Telescope. At press time, the Hopkins Ul-
traviolet Background Explorer project HUBE , has ad-

  

Source: Henry, Richard C.- Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Physics