Meet Julie Claveau, a program scientist from the Canadian Space Agency. Read below to find out more about her career, her passion for space and her involvement in the James Webb Space Telescope mission.
The James Webb Space Telescope is set to launch on December 22, and scientists from NASA, ESA, and the Canadian Space Agency are involved in this exciting mission. The telescope will observe more of the universe than ever before, searching for the very first stars and galaxies created after the Big Bang. JWST will use infrared light to study every phase of the cosmos, and Canada’s contribution to the mission guarantees observation time on the telescope.
Dr. Nathalie Ouellette is the outreach scientist for the James Webb Space Telescope Mission in Canada. She acts as a bridge between the scientific team and the general public, developing video content, online content, social media posts, blogs, infographics, and more. In this blog, you’ll learn about her role in the mission, the Canadian instrument, and her journey to becoming an astrophysicist.