Chuck Horst

Visiting Scholar

Chuck Horst is an adjunct professor of astronomy at San Diego State University, where he received his MS in astronomy.

Biography

Chuck is an adjunct professor of astronomy at San Diego State University, where he received his master of science degree. He instructs and certifies students in the operation of research grade telescopes. Over the years, Chuck has garnered an extensive amount of experience in the operation of large telescopes. He also participates on two research teams at the forefront of astronomy and cosmology. Their topics of research include fast radio bursts, type II-P supernova, Lyman-break galaxies, and the most distant stars and galaxies.

Biography

Chuck is an adjunct professor of astronomy at San Diego State University, where he received his master of science degree. He instructs and certifies students in the operation of research grade telescopes. Over the years, Chuck has garnered an extensive amount of experience in the operation of large telescopes. He also participates on two research teams at the forefront of astronomy and cosmology. Their topics of research include fast radio bursts, type II-P supernova, Lyman-break galaxies, and the most distant stars and galaxies.

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