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Ralph Pass

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Merrimack College

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Merrimack College

315 Turnpike Street

Paupack, Pennsylvania,18451

United States

Company Description

Merrimack College was founded in 1947 and is a small, comprehensive, modern Catholic center of higher learning in the Northeast. Merrimack College reflects in its policies the teaching traditions of the founding Order of St. Augustine: to provide, in a Christi...more

Background Information

Employment History

Part of the Applied Physics Labs of Team

Johns Hopkins University


Affiliations

rppass.com

4M Advisor


Education

Ph.D.

Mathematics

University of Maryland


Web References(19 Total References)


Puckett Observatory

cometwatch.com [cached]

Ralph Pass teaches astronomy at Merrimack College and is the Director of the Merrimack College Observatory.
He also maintains and operates the telescopes for Middlesex School in Concord, MA. Ralph was a member of the Apollo project for every manned Apollo mission, provided early orbit determination for unmanned missions, did oceanographic experiments for the U.S. Navy as part of the Applied Physics Labs of Johns Hopkins University team, developed and operated meteorological stations and software for numerous public and private entities, provided object oriented programming instruction and project leadership, worked in advanced technologies for Putnam Investments, and provided software for robot control with the Draper Laboratory. His interests in Astronomy started with the Mars conjunction in August 1956 and were further fueled by the launch of Sputnik and the start of the space race.


Puckett Observatory

www.cometwatch.com [cached]

Ralph Pass teaches astronomy at Merrimack College and is the Director of the Merrimack College Observatory.
He also maintains and operates the telescopes for Middlesex School in Concord, MA. Ralph was a member of the Apollo project for every manned Apollo mission, provided early orbit determination for unmanned missions, did oceanographic experiments for the U.S. Navy as part of the Applied Physics Labs of Johns Hopkins University team, developed and operated meteorological stations and software for numerous public and private entities, provided object oriented programming instruction and project leadership, worked in advanced technologies for Putnam Investments, and provided software for robot control with the Draper Laboratory. His interests in Astronomy started with the Mars conjunction in August 1956 and were further fueled by the launch of Sputnik and the start of the space race.


www.eagletribune.com

According to Merrimack College adjunct professor Ralph Pass, a full moon will fall on a Friday the 13th roughly every two and a half years.


Brooks School ~ Stargazing Returns to Brooks

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Now, thanks to the work of faculty member Don Cameron and Merrimack professor Ralph Pass, the Brooks community can once again enjoy a true hidden gem on campus.
As part the 2012 Winter Term course, Cameron hosted Merrimack College Adjunct Professor Ralph Pass, who was a member of the NASA team for every manned Apollo mission. Pass was happy to offer support and advice on getting the telescope up-and-running. Eventually, he even offered some of the parts the telescope needed - a huge help to Brooks. Because of his work in the industry, Pass was able to secure items such as a new handset for the scope. "Ralph wrote his own computer program that communicated with the telescope. They start to get an idea of size, a sense of how complicated it is, and how vast it is," said Pass.


Brooks School ~ Stargazing Returns to Brooks

www.brooksschool.org [cached]

Now, thanks to the work of faculty member Don Cameron and Merrimack professor Ralph Pass, the Brooks community can once again enjoy a true hidden gem on campus.
As part the 2012 Winter Term course, Cameron hosted Merrimack College Adjunct Professor Ralph Pass, who was a member of the NASA team for every manned Apollo mission. Pass was happy to offer support and advice on getting the telescope up-and-running. Eventually, he even offered some of the parts the telescope needed - a huge help to Brooks. Because of his work in the industry, Pass was able to secure items such as a new handset for the scope. "Ralph wrote his own computer program that communicated with the telescope. They start to get an idea of size, a sense of how complicated it is, and how vast it is," said Pass.


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