Rob Haw - It's not rocket science. It's interplanetary navigation.
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Rob (Robert) Haw is a JPL systems engineer who has worked on exploration missions spanning the solar system from Mercury to Pluto. His official title of Interplanetary Navigator describes how he and his team are responsible for navigating the course through space for missions such as the exploration of the planet Mars.

Rob's love of space was born during the time of the well televised space race between then Russia and the United States. Originally from British Columbia, Canada, Rob spent time studying in Hawaii before finishing his graduate work in Astronautics at Stanford University. After Stanford, Rob came to Southern California to work at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Altadena.

Science is the ultimate adventure according to Rob. He's views the exploration and discoveries within science and using the scientific method to be where real exploration and discoveries can be had.
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Rob's consulting business for designing low-carbon, energy efficient homes.


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