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Suzanne Imber was born on 1983 in Aylesbury, United Kingdom, is a Planetary scientist. Discover Suzanne Imber's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?
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In 2019, Imber gave the Claudia Parsons Memorial Lecture at Loughborough University.
In 2011 she returned to the University of Leicester as a postdoctoral Research Associate. In 2014 she was awarded a Leverhulme Trust Fellowship, "Rough Winds do Shake the Magnetosphere of Mercury". Suzie is a visiting professor at the University of Michigan, as well as the only UK member of NASA's MESSENGER Science Team, in recognition of her work studying Mercury's magnetosphere. She is a co-investigator on the Mercury Imaging X-ray Spectrometer (MIXS), an instrument designed and built at the University of Leicester, currently on board the European Space Agency's next Mercury mission, BepiColombo, which launched on 19 October 2018. This instrument is designed to determine the composition of the surface of Mercury in unprecedented detail (aimed at resolving key questions about Mercury's formation and evolution), and will also measure Mercury's x-ray aurora, a phenomenon recently discovered by Suzie's research team studying the magnetosphere of Mercury.
In 2017 Imber was selected for the BBC Two's Astronauts, Do You Have What It Takes?. She endured several challenges, including speaking Russian in a centrifuge after enduring 4.5g, taking part in emergency procedures in an undersea training facility and taking her own blood. She won the competition and received a recommendation from Chris Hadfield to join the European Space Agency. Since winning, Suzie has launched a huge public engagement programme in her spare time, personally speaking with over 35,000 school children at hundreds of schools across the country, and giving over 60 public lectures in the course of 12 months. Her goal is to raise the aspirations of young people and share her journey and her enthusiasm for her career as a space scientist.
Suzie joined the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland in 2008 as a NASA research scientist. Here she studied 'Space Weather', contributing to the understanding of how energy and momentum from the solar wind influence the environments of the Earth and Mercury, using data from NASA and ESA spacecraft combined with ground-based observations. Her supervisor and mentor was Professor Jim Slavin, who was involved with the MESSENGER mission to Mercury.
Suzie was born in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. She attended Berkhamsted School in Hertfordshire, and grew up with stories of 20th-century exploration in the Antarctic - a place she still dreams of visiting one day. One highlight of her school years was winning the Lacrosse National Championships in 2000. She studied a 4-year physics degree at Imperial College London, from where she graduated with a first class honours in 2005. She captained the University of London Lacrosse team and went on to play for the England under-21s. She undertook two internships at NASA during her time at Imperial, working in the Heliophysics Division at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, which steered her in the direction of planetary science. She undertook a PhD, (completed in 2008) entitled, Auroral and Ionospheric Flow Measurements of Magnetopause Reconnection during Intervals of Northward Interplanetary Magnetic Field, at the University of Leicester.
Suzanne (Suzie) Imber (born May 1983) is a Planetary Scientist, and Pro-Vice Chancellor (Students) at the University of Leicester. She was the winner of the 2017 BBC Two television program Astronauts, Do You Have What It Takes?.