Phil Judge

The 2017 Total Eclipse was a Life-changing Four Minutes

Jenna Samra, taken while mid-flight on the Gulfstream V research aircraft

Jenna Samra had a very extraordinary scientific research experience while visiting Colorado this summer. The recent August 21 total solar eclipse provided Jenna a unique opportunity to test an instrument that she helped design and build, the airborne infrared spectrometer or AIR-Spec.

DKIST: Solar Physics in Service of Society

Phil Judge, Claire Raftery, Sarah Jaeggli

Philip Judge, Senior Scientist at HAO, Claire Raftery, Director of Education and Outreach at NSO HQ in Boulder, and Sarah Jaeggli, Assistant Astronomer at the NSO's Daniel K Inouye Solar Observatory in Maui were guests on KGNU public radio in Boulder, CO.

K-12 Educational Presentations

The following are pdf files of presentations HAO's Phil Judge made to K-12 students. Unfortunately, the movies within the presentations are not linked and will not play.

Philip Judge

Phil Judge is a Senior Scientist in the High Altitude Observatory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research specializing in energy transport and dissipation in the Sun's atmosphere, remote sensing, diagnosis of plasmas, spectropolarimetry, solar magnetic fields, and solar-stellar activity.

Preparing for the 2017 total Eclipse

On 21 August 2017 a total solar eclipse will pass across the continental United States, from Oregon on the west coast to South Carolina on the east. The eclipse will be a phenomenal experience for the millions of people who see it, but it also offers a unique opportunity to conduct scientific research of the solar atmosphere.

Preparing for the 2017 total Eclipse

Phil Judge and Paul Bryans

On 21 August 2017 a total solar eclipse will pass across the continental United States, from Oregon on the west coast to South Carolina on the east.

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