About the Author :
Stephen Pompea has contributed to Great Ideas for Teaching Astronomy as an author.
Stephen M. Pompea is an Adjunct Associate Astronomer at Steward Observatory, University of Arizona. He has served as an Associate Scientist on the Gemini 8-Meter Telescopes Project and as Instrument Scientist for the NICMOS (Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer) Project for the Hubble Space Telescope. His major research interests include star formation processes in galaxies, development of ultrablack surfaces for space telescopes, adaptive and active optics, telescope and instrument design, and stray light and contamination issues in optical systems. He is the inventor of Infrabl
|Title:||Great Ideas for Teaching Astronomy||Publisher:||Thomson Brooks/Cole|
|No. of Pages:||244|
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