STEREO - Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory
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Important notice about STEREO Behind

Mission Management & Instrument Team Leaders

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Solar Terrestrial Probes Program Office in Greenbelt, Md., manages the STEREO mission, instruments and its science center. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, in Laurel, Md., designed, built, and is operating the twin Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatories (STEREO) for NASA during the mission.


NASA STEREO Mission Management

Title Name
Mission Director David A. Quinn (GSFC)
Project Scientist Therese Kucera (GSFC)
Deputy Project Scientist Georgia DeNolfo (GSFC)
Nicholeen Viall (GSFC)
Program Scientist Madhulika Gathukurta (NASA)
STEREO Science Center Chief Observer William Thompson (GSFC)

APL STEREO Mission Management

Title Name
Project Manager Ron Denissen
Mission Operations Dan Ossing
System Engineer Dan Wilson

Instrument Team Leaders

Sun Earth Connection Coronal and Heliospheric Investigation (SECCHI)
Title Name
Principal Investigator Russell Howard, Naval Research Laboratory
Operations Manager Simon Plunkett, Naval Research Laboratory


In situ Measurements of PArticles and CME Transients (IMPACT)
Title Name
Principal Investigator Janet Luhmann, University of California-Berkeley
Operations Leads Peter Schroeder, James McTiernan, University of California-Berkeley


PLAsma and SupraThermal Ion Composition (PLASTIC)
Title Name
Principal Investigator Antoinette Galvin, University of New Hampshire
Operations Leads David Heirtzler, John A. Gaidos, Lorna Ellis, University of New Hampshire


STEREO/WAVES (S/WAVES)
Title Name
Principal Investigator Milan Maksimovic, Paris Observatory, Meudon
Operations Manager Keith Goetz, University of Minnesota

Last Revised: Thursday, 05-Apr-2018 11:15:17 EDT
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