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Spitzer Data Tool
by Admin User - Friday, November 30 2007, 08:53 AM
  This file will show you how to access and work with archived Spitzer data online.  You may use this with your students to study what relationship, if any, exists among the infrared energy flux an Active Galactic Nucleus puts out, the radio flux it emits, and the mass of the central black hole powering all this emission.
New GAVRT Simulations!
by Admin User - Wednesday, March 5 2008, 04:18 PM
  Hot off the presses come the new GAVRT simulations. These new simulations use the latest versions of our favorite applications like Xant and Xplot. Both of the simulations require Quicktime 7 or greater for viewing. To find your version launch your QuickTime Player and click Help -> About QuickTime Player. Right click the links below and use "Save Link As..." to save the simulation to your computer. The simulations now include an audio walk through from your ever present operators.

Jupiter, Quicktime 7, 1024x768 Resolution
QVS, Quicktime 7, 1024x768 Resolution

Principal Investigator Bio's
by Erik Hanson - Sunday, December 3 2006, 08:13 PM
Dr. Mark Hofstadter

Dr. Mark Hofstadter

Lead Scientist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Dr. Mark Hofstadter is GAVRT’s lead Scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, California. He studies comets and the atmospheres of Earth, Uranus, and Jupiter, using both ground-based telescopes and spacecraft.

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