The Planetary Environments Lab at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, which studies the chemistry and astrobiology of the atmospheres and surfaces of planetary bodies, is seeking a scientist who specializes in planetary studies, with a strong emphasis on investigations of upper atmospheres, ionospheres, and exospheres of our Solar System. Candidates are expected to have experience in spacecraft mass spectrometry techniques, including instrument ground and flight calibrations, and data processing and interpretation. The job is open to all US citizens. Applications are open between 6/6/2022 and 6/20/2022.
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