Reuven Ramaty
High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager
(RHESSI)

 

Celebrate the success of RHESSI,

the first satellite named for a Goddard scientist!

 

Join us at the Friday, May 17, Scientific Colloquium,
in the Building 8 Auditorium at
Goddard Space Flight Center,
starting at
3:30 pm, for the following activities:

 

      Presentation to Mrs. Ramaty

 

      Colloquium by V. Ramanathan
"Aerosols and Climate - A Hazy Future for the Blue Planet?"

 

      Reception for Mrs. Ramaty, the RHESSI Team,
and Prof. Ramanathan

 

Coffee and tea will be served at 3:00 pm, courtesy of GEWA.

 

For the time being, access to Goddard Space Flight Center is limited to those holding Goddard badges or official visitors.  You can become an official visitor by finding a badged Goddard employee to escort you. If you need help with this, please contact Brian Dennis (301-286-7983, Brian.R.Dennis@nasa.gov) or Carol Krueger (301-286-6878) at least 24 hours beforehand.