Stories by Torrence V. Johnson

TORRENCE V. JOHNSON has an asteroid named after him: 2614 Torrence, a body about one kilometer in diameter. Working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., he has been the project scientist for Galileo since 1977--some three quarters of his career as a planetary scientist. He was a member of the imaging team for Voyager and is now on the imaging team for the Cassini mission to Saturn.

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