Richard Massey is a senior postdoctoral scholar in astronomy at the California Institute of Technology. He obtained a PhD from Cambridge University in England, and is moving back to the UK at the end of this year. He has been using the Hubble Space Telescope to look at invisible dark matter. He is also working on designs for future spacecraft that will eventually replace Hubble in the next decade.
An astronomy scholar at Caltech, Richard Massey, discussed the latest findings about dark matter and dark energy, and how the Hubble Telescope is used to gather this data. ... More »Host: Art Bell