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FRANK SNOW, NASA history, Goddard space flight center



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Description: Frank Snow has been a member of the NASA Explorer Program at Goddard Space Flight Center since 1992. He was the Ground Manger for the Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE), and mission manager for the Reuven Ramaty High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Explorer (RHESSI) and the Galaxy Explorer (GALEX). He is currently serving as mission manager for the Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms (THEMIS) project, scheduled to launch in the fall of 2006. He began his career with NASA in 1980.

Photographer: PAT IZZO

Date: 11/21/2006

Job Number: 2007-00163-0

Preservation Copy: .tif





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