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Jay Goguen

Education
  • B.S. in Physics, University of Massachusetts (Amherst), Magna Cum Laude, Honors Program (1974)
  • M.S. in Astronomy & Space Sciences, Cornell University (1977)
  • Ph.D. in Astronomy & Space Sciences, Cornell University (1981)

Research Interests
  • Physics and chemistry of ices and their relationship to remote sensing measurements
  • Modeling radiative transfer in planetary surfaces
  • Quantitative interpretation of photometry, polarimetry and spectroscopy of solar system objects
  • Measurement and analysis of the thermal emission from Io's volcanos
  • Applications of photometry to practical problems in solar system exploration by spacecraft

Professional Experience
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory (1986 - present)
    • Research Scientist in the Asteroids, Comets and Planetary Satellites Group (1988 - present)
    • National Research Council Resident Research Associate, JPL (1986 - 1988)
  • University of Hawaii Assistant Astronomer in the Institute for Astronomy (1981-1986)

Selected Awards
  • NTR, Software Available for Public Release, Mars Exploration Rover - Descent Image Motion Estimation System (DIMES), 2004
  • NASA Group Achievement Award: Voyager/Neptune Teams, 1990
  • Editor's Letter of Commendation for Reviewing, Icarus 1990
  • National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship (1986 - 1988)

Selected Publications
  1. Goguen, J.D., Stone, T.C., Kieffer,H.H., B.J. Buratti (2010) A New Look at Photometry of the Moon. Icarus 208, 548-557.
  2. Bauer, J.M., B.J. Buratti, J-Y. Li, J.A. Mosher, M.D. Hicks, B.E. Schmidt, J.D. Goguen (2010). Direct Detection of Seasonal Changes on Triton with the Hubble Space Telescope. Astrophys. J. 723, L49.
  3. Wolff, M.J., R.T. Clancy, J.D.Goguen, M.C. Malin (2010). Ultraviolet Dust Aerosol Properties as Observed by MARCI. Icarus 208, 143-155.
  4. Hodyss, R., C.D. Parkinson, P.V. Johnson, J.V. Stern, J.D. Goguen, Y. Yung, I. Kanik (2009). Methanol on Enceladus. Geophys. Res. Lett. 36, L17103, doi:10.1029/2009GL039336.
  5. Hodyss, R., P.V. Johnson, J.V. Stern, J.D. Goguen, I. Kanik (2009). Photochemistry of Methane-water Ices. Icarus 200, 338-342.
  6. Hodyss, R., J. D. Goguen, P.V. Johnson, C. Campbell, I. Kanik (2008). Release of N2, CH4, CO2, and H2O from surface ices on Enceladus. Icarus 197, 152-156.
  7. Hodyss, R., P.V. Johnson, G.E. Orzechowska,, J. D. Goguen, I. Kanik (2008). Carbon dioxide segregation in 1:4 and 1:9 CO2:H2O ices. Icarus 194, 836-842.
  8. Johsnon, A., R. Willson, Y. Cheng, J. Goguen, C. Leger, M. SanMartin, L. Matthies (2007). Design Through Operation of an Image-Based Velocity Estimation System for Mars Landing. International J. Computer Vision, 74, 319-341.
  9. Orzechowska, G.E., J. Goguen, P. Johnson, A. Tsapin, I. Kanik (2007). Ultraviolet Photolysis of Amino Acids in a 100K Water Ice Matrix: Application to the Outer Solar System Bodies. Icarus 187, 584-591.
  10. Johsnon, A., R. Willson, Y. Cheng, J. Goguen, C. Leger, M. SanMartin, L. Matthies (2004). The Mars Exploration Rovers Descent Image Motion Estimation System. IEEE Intelligent Systems, in press.
  11. Goguen, J.D., and D.L. Blaney (2004). Io's 1-2.5mm Spectrum in Eclipse. Submitted to Icarus.
  12. Howell, R.R., J.S. Specner, J.D. Goguen, F. Marchis, R. Prange, T. Fusco, D.L. Blaney, G.J. Veeder, J.A. Rathbun, G.S. Orton, A.J. Grocholski, J.A. Stansberry, G.S. Kanner, E.K. Hege (2001). Ground-based Observations of Volcanism on Io in 1999 and early 2000. J. Geophys. Res. Planets 106, 33129-33139.
  13. Blaney, D. L., G. J. Veeder, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, J. D. Goguen, J. R. Spencer (1997). Io's thermal anomalies: Clues to their origins from comparison of ground based observations between 1 and 20mm. Geophys. Res. Lett. 24, 2459-2462.
  14. Buratti, B. J., J. D. Goguen, and J. A. Mosher (1997). No large brightness variations on Neried. Icarus 126, 225-228.
  15. G. Orton, J. L. Ortiz, K. Baines, G. Bjoraker, U. Carsenty, F. Colas, D. Deming, P. Drossart, E. Frappa, J. Friedson, J. Goguen, W. Golisch, D. Griep, C. Hernandez, W. Hoffmann, D. Jennings, C. Kaminski, J. Kuhn,P. Laques, S. Limaye, H. Lin, J. Lecacheux, T. Martin, G. McCabe, T. Momary, D. Parker, R. Puetter, M. Ressler, G. Reyes, P. Sada, J. Spencer, J. Spitale, S. Stewart, J. Varsik, J. Warell, W. Wild, P. Yanamandra-Fisher, A. Dayal, L. Deutsch, G. Fazio, and J. Hora. (1996). Preliminary Results of Earth-Based Observations of the Galileo Probe Entry Site. Science 272, 839-840.
  16. Friedson, A. J., W. F. Hoffmann, J. D. Goguen, K. K. Deutsch, G. S. Orton, J. L.Hora, A. Dayal, J. N. Spitale, W. K. Wells, and G. G. Fazio (1995). Thermal infrared lightcurves of the impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 fragment R. Geophys. Res. Lett. 22, 1569-1572.
  17. G. Orton,...,J. Goguen,...et al. (1995). The NASA Infrared Telescope Facility investigation of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and its collision with Jupiter: Preliminary results. Science 267, 1277-1282.
  18. Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, D. L. Blaney, J. D. Goguen (1994). Io's Heat flow from Infrared Radiometry: 1983-1993. J. Geophys. Res. Planets 99, 17095-17162.
  19. Buratti, B. J., J. D. Goguen, J. Gibson, and J. Mosher (1994). Historical photometric evidence for volatile migration on Triton. Icarus 110, 303-314.
  20. Brown, R.H., T.V. Johnson, J.D. Goguen, G. Schubert, M.N. Ross (1991). Triton's Global Heat Budget. Science 251, 1465-1467.
  21. Spencer, J.R., M.A. Shure, M.E. Ressler, J.D. Goguen, W.M. Sinton, D.W. Toomey, A. Denault, J. Westfall (1990). Discovery of Hotspots on Io using Diskresolved Infrared Imaging. Nature 348, 618-621.
  22. Hillier, J.P. Helfenstein, A. Verbiscer, J. Veverka, R.H. Brown, J. Goguen, T.V. Johnson (1990). Voyager Disk-Integrated Photometry of Triton. Science 250,,419-421.
  23. Goguen, J.D., H.B. Hammel and R.H. Brown (1989). V-filter Photometry of Titania, Oberon and Triton. Icarus 77, 239-247.
  24. Smith, B.A., L.A. Soderblom,&, J. Goguen, & (1989). Voyager 2 at Neptune: Imaging Science Results. Science 246, 1422-1449.
  25. Sinton, W.M., J. Goguen, T. Nagata, B. Ellis, and M. Werner (1988). Infrared Polarization Measurements of Io in 1986. Astron. J. 96, 1095-1105.
  26. Goguen, J.D., W. Sinton, D.L. Matson, R. Howell, M. Dyck, T. Johnson, R. Brown, G.J. Veeder, A.L. Lane, R.M. Nelson, R. McLaren (1988). Io Hot Spots: IR Photometry of Satellite Occultations. Icarus 76, 465-484.
  27. Veverka, J., P. Helfenstein, B. Hapke, and J.D. Goguen (1988). Photometry and Polarimetry of Mercury. In Mercury (M. Matthews, ed.), Univ. of Arizona Press, Tucson, pp. 37-58
  28. French, R.G., P.A. Melroy, R.L. Baron, E.W. Dunham, K.J. Meech, D.J. Mink, J.L. Elliot, D.A. Allen, M.C.B. Ashley, K.C. Freeman, E.F. Erickson, J.D. Goguen and H.B. Hammel (1985). The June 15 Occultation by Neptune II: The Oblateness of Neptune. Astron. J. 90, 2624-2638.
  29. Elliot, J.L., R.L. Baron, E.W. Dunham, R.G. French, K.J. Meech, D.J. Mink, D.A. Allen, M.C. Ashley, K.C. Freeman, E.F. Erickson, J.D. Goguen and H.B. Hammel (1985). The June 15 Occultation by Neptune: Limits on a Possible Ring System. Astron. J. 90, 2615-2623.
  30. Goguen, J.D. and W.M. Sinton (1985). Characterization of Io's Volcanic Activity by Infrared Polarimetry. Science 230, 65-69.

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