Moriba Kemessia Jah is an American space scientist and aerospace engineer, known for his contributions to orbit determination and prediction especially as related to space situational awareness and space traffic monitoring.
Moriba Jah (@moribajah) is a space scientist, aerospace engineer and Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
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This week Jamie and Matt quickly chat about 2020 and Matt catches up with Space Environmentalist Moriba Jah, who has been working on the problem of “space junk” and recently developed ASTRIAGraph, the first searchable knowledge graph for space traffic monitoring which combines multiple sources of information about space debris orbiting the Earth.
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Hosts: Matt Russell and Jamie Franklin
Music: Matt Russell / Iam7
Additional Narration: George Russell
Kara Swisher's executive producer, Erica Anderson, talks with four TED Fellows at the 2019 TED Conference in Vancouver. In this collection of mini-interviews, you'll hear from biologist Danielle Lee, space environmentalist Moriba Jah, astrophysicist Erika Hamden and Good Food Institute founder Bruce Friedrich. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices