Marie Jonas - Gaia
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Jonas Marie graduated in the field of Space Science and Technology at the University of Würzburg and Luleå. He completed two traineeships in the Cluster and Mars Express Flight Control Teams at ESOC before joining the Gaia Flight Control Team for ESA's Young Graduate Traineeship Programme where he developed AOCS and payload-related data visualisation tools.
Beginning of 2013, Jonas became backup AOCS Spacecraft Operations Engineer for Gaia and is looking forward to taking part in the launch and commissioning activities.
In his spare time, Jonas enjoys hiking, running, and playing the piano.
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