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Dr Sandra Faber diagnosed the problems with the Hubble Telescope and along with her team, developed a solution to fix the failure

"Computational Astronomy: From Planets to Cosmos"

Education of Sandra Faber

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People Relevant to Sandra Faber

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doctoral advisor
doctoral student: Sandra Faber
  • American astronomer
Sarah Lee Lippincott
influenced by
  • astronomer

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University of California Santa Cruz
Boston
United States of America
Swarthmore College
Harvard University
National Academy of Sciences
American Philosophical Society
American Philosophical Society
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Cleveland

Awards of Sandra Faber

7 Awards & Honors Recieved By Sandra Faber Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

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