From the press release, Cooke specializes in meteoroid environment and its effects on space vehicles of all sorts, and spends time making meteor shower forecasts or building model rockets. Moser models meteor showers, analyzes lunar meteoroid impact data and manages the cameras for the NASA All Sky Fireball Network. Finally, Blaauw works with radar data, analyzes automated meteor fluxes from optical detectors, manages wide-field meteor cameras and monitors comets.
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