24.05.1951, WARREN, ОГАЙО - ?

Американский астроном и астронавт. Совершил два полета в космос. С помощью ультрафиолетового телескопа изучал среду, окружающую двойные звезды, эволюцию звезд в шаровых скоплениях.
Ronald A. Parise (Ph.D.) Born May 24, 1951, in Warren, Ohio. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Parise of Warren, Ohio.
Black hair; brown eyes; 6 feet; 175 pounds. Received his bachelor of science degree in physics, with minors in mathematics, astronomy, and geology, Youngstown State University, Ohio, 1973; and a master of science degree and a doctor of philosophy degree in astronomy, University of Florida, 1977 and 1979, respectively. Married to the former Cecelia M. Sokol of Youngstown, Ohio. Her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sokol, reside in Youngstown, Ohio. CHILDREN: Nicholas, August 19, 1982 and Katherine, December 30, 1984. RECREATIONAL INTERESTS: He enjoys amateur radio, flying, scuba diving,
sailing, hiking, and camping.
PROFESSION: Dr. Parise is a senior scientist in the Science Programs Department, Computer Sciences Corporation, in Silver Spring, Maryland. He is a member of the research team for the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope, one of the instruments that flew on STS-35 and STS-67 as part of the Astro payload.
ORGANIZATIONS: American Astronomical Society, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Association of Space Explorers, International Astronomical Union, Sigma
Xi, and Phi Kappa Phi.
EXPERIENCE: Dr. Parise has been involved in flight hardware development, electronic system design, and mission planning activities for the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope project. He has studied the circumsteller material in binary star systems and is currently studying the evolutionary status of stars in globular clusters. He has logged over 615 hours in space as a member of the crew of Space Shuttle Columbia for STS-35 and the Space Shuttle
Endeavor for STS-67 missions.
CURRENT ASSIGNMENT: Dr. Parise is located at the Goddard Space Flight Center Laboratory for Astronomy and Solar Physics in Greenbelt, Maryland. He is a member of the research team analyzing ultraviolet images returned from the STS-67/Astro-2
space shuttle flight.


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design Sizova Anastasia
programming Ruzhnikov Ruslan
Автор проекта Сергей Масликов