Food Lion Storeの後方の樹木地帯にてPrincess Anne在住の
Tiffany Moisan 48才の遺体が見つかった。
Authorities say a NASA research scientist who worked at the Wallops Flight Facility
has been found dead a day after her family reported her missing.
Police said the body of 48-year-old Tiffany Moisan of Princess Anne
was found Sunday in a wooded area behind a Food Lion store.
Moisan's family reported her missing Saturday to Maryland State Police.
Princess Anne Police Chief Tim Bozman says Moisan's vehicle was found
in the store's parking lot. Her body was sent to the Office of the
Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore. Police say there were no apparent signs of
foul play, but the investigation will stay open until autopsy results are in.
Keith Koehler, a spokesman for the NASA facility in Wallops Island,
Virginia, says Moisan was a scientist studying oceans and phytoplankton.
Jun 7, 2016, 9:01 AM ET
勤務場所 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Wallops島
"NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Wallops Island.
My work is focused with Climate Adaptation Science Initiative (CASI) Team which
seeks to understand the climate in specific regions located near NASA Centers.
I am also a member of the International Coastal Working group for the Hyspiri Mission.
The Hyspiri Mission is a hyper-spectral satellite sensor designed to measure ocean
color and sea surface temperature along coastal regions of the US.
The Hyperspectral Infrared Imager or HyspIRI mission will study the world’s
ecosystems and provide critical information on natural disasters such as volcanoes,
wildfires and drought. "