I am also a part-time research astronomer, experienced largely in observational
work--imaging and spectroscopy (long-slit and Fabry-Perot) in the
near-infrared through ultraviolet--with a heavy
dose of computer work.
Although I have been involved with studies of comets, the geocorona,
and cataclysmic variables,
my main research interest is the
Io Plasma Torus--a ring of ions (mostly sulfur and oxygen)
surrounding the planet
the orbit of its moon
Io--and Io itself.
The past few summers I have been engaged in computer-based geocoronal research with the Space Physics group at the
University of Wisconsin--Madison.
|Show & Tell: samples of my research work.|
|My rather elderly curriculum vitae.|
|My less elderly publication list.|
|My list of useful astronomy sites.|
|My e-mail address is almost:
|Go to the Woodward family home page|
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