The academic community can and should play a larger role in tackling the issues of space debris and space situational awareness, according to Moriba Jah, an associate professor for the University of Texas’ aerospace engineering department. In an interview with Via Satellite, Jah said the aerospace industry must invest in “rigorous and comprehensive” scientific research […]
Researchers from across the globe are gathering in Canberra to coordinate one of the biggest clean-up efforts the universe has seen. Mount Stromlo’s Space Environment Research Centre is hosting the consortium, focused on clearing millions of pieces of man-made “space garbage” from the Earth’s orbit. Link here
Astronaut Today interacted with Moriba Jah, an astrodynamicist with an expertise in qualifying, assessing and predicting the behaviour of objects in space. During this candid chat, he spoke about developments in this space, industries that are being benefited, challenges of astrodynamics and much more.
Dr. Moriba Jah has just been selected as the new Associate Editor under the “Astrodynamics and Space Debris” area of expertise of Advances in Space Research (ASR). ASR is the Official Journal of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), a Scientific Committee of the International Council for Science (ICSU). The COSPAR publication Advances in Space Research (ASR) is […]
The Union of Concerned Scientists invites Dr. Moriba Jah to participate in the 29th International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs, which will take place in Darmstadt, Germany from July 24 to July 31. The meeting is organized to bring together young researchers from around the world to discuss issues related to cooperation and […]
Former NASA spacecraft navigator Moriba Jah’s new job has placed him firmly in UT’s orbit. Jah has joined the aerospace department as an associate professor and plans to conduct research about the behavior of objects in space. Jah said he plans to use physics-based models and data from radars and telescopes to measure the size, shape […]