Antonio is an Astronaut Candidate, Astronomy Professor, Planetary Scientist, Space Science Author
Antonio Paris is a Professor of Astronomy at St. Petersburg College, FL. Additionally, he is an Astronaut Candidate for Project PoSSUM’s Suborbital Mission supported by NASA’s Flight Opportunities Program; the Director of Planetarium and Space Programs at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, FL; and the Chief Scientist at the Center for Planetary Science – a science outreach program promoting astronomy, planetary science, and astrophysics to the next generation of space explorers. Prof. Paris, moreover, is a 2015 graduate of NASA’s Mars Education Program at the Mars Space Flight Center, Arizona State University. He is currently the Primary Investigator at Site B 10-meter Radio Telescope in Central Florida. Antonio is an author of two books: “Aerial Phenomena – Reviving Ufology for the 21st Century” and “Space Science: Challenges for the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis of UFO Phenomena”
Antonio’s contribution to the blog:
- Prepare for warp speed
- “The Search for Life in the Universe” by Antonio Paris
- Little green/grey men
- How to win a Antonio Paris book
- Farewell Rosetta!
- One question
- OSIRIS REx
- To boldly go where no man has gone before
- We’re here!
- Galileo Galilei
- What to expect from 2016?
- James Webb Space Telescope
- 15 years aboard ISS
- Hello, are you there?