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10th of August 2023
Welcome John Morgan
John Morgan started at CSIRO Kensington last month, having been just across the road at Curtin University for 13 years. In that time he worked on a wide range of interests, starting with Very Large Baseline Interferometry (VLBI), then branching into low-frequency radio astronomy with the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA). With the MWA he was involved in survey work, as well as polarimetry and imaging the Sun with very high dynamic range, but his main focus in recent years has been on making measurements of Interplanetary Scintillation: the "twinkling" of compact radio sources due to the solar wind. Through this work he has become increasingly interested in using this technique for understanding space weather, so he is delighted to join CSIRO as a Space Weather scientist to see how we can make a unique contribution in this interesting and important area.

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