John Zarnecki, British space scientist

John Zarnecki, British space scientist

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Caption: John C. Zarnecki (born 1949), British space scientist. Zarnecki has been Professor of Space Science since 2000 at the Open University. Space missions he has worked on include the Cassini–Huygens mission to Saturn (launched in 1997) and its Huygens probe (model in background). He was Principal Investigator for the Surface Science Package (SSP) used to study the surface of Saturn's moon Titan when the probe landed in 2005. Zarnecki's awards include the Sir Arthur Clarke Award (2005) and the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (2014). Photographed in 2008, at the Planetary and Space Sciences Research Institute, Milton Keynes, UK.

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