Amber Straughn

Astrophysicist and Deputy Project Scientist for James Webb Space Telescope
Amber Nicole Straughn is an American astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, serving as the deputy project scientist for the James Webb Space Telescope and responsible for science communications. Her research focuses on interacting and star-forming galaxies in the context of galaxy assembly. She also holds the position of associate director of the Astrophysics Science Division at NASA. Straughn's work includes exploring galaxy morphologies and star formation in intermediate redshift galaxies. She joined the Laboratory for Observational Cosmology in...

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Advancements in Telescope Astronomy and Citizen Science

1. Exploring New Worlds with JWST
2. The Universe Through Advanced Telescopes