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==NASA career==
 
==NASA career==
Leslie began work for NASA in 1980 as a research scientist in the [[Space Science Laboratory]] at the Marshall Space Flight Center. Since 1983, he has served as a co-investigator for the [[Geophysical Fluid Flow Cell]] experiment which examines [[sphere|spherical]] rotating [[convection]] relevant to the [[Celestial body atmosphere|atmosphere]]s of stars and [[planet]]s. The experiment flew on [[Spacelab 3]] and is also a part of the United States [[Microgravity]] Laboratory-2 (USML-2) payload. Leslie was a principal investigator for the Fluid Interface and Bubble Experiment examining the behavior of a rotating free surface aboard NASA's KC-135 aircraft flying low-gravity trajectories. He is an author on 27 journal papers, 45 conference papers, and nine NASA reports involving atmospheric and fluid dynamic phenomena. Leslie also worked in the MSFC Neutral Buoyancy Simulator as a suited subject and safety diver supporting procedure tests for extra-vehicular activity.
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Leslie began work for NASA in 1980 as a research scientist in the [[Space Science Laboratory]] at the Marshall Space Flight Center. Since 1983, he has served as a co-investigator for the [[Geophysical Fluid Flow Cell]] experiment which examines [[sphere|spherical]] rotating [[convection]] relevant to the [[Celestial body atmosphere|atmosphere]]s of stars and [[planet]]s. The experiment flew on [[Spacelab 3]] and is also a part of the United States [[Microgravity]] Laboratory-2 (USML-2) payload. Leslie was a principal investigator for the Fluid Interface and Bubble Experiment examining the behavior of a rotating free surface aboard NASA's [[KC-135]] aircraft flying low-gravity trajectories. He is an author on 27 journal papers, 45 conference papers, and nine NASA reports involving atmospheric and fluid dynamic phenomena. Leslie also worked in the MSFC Neutral Buoyancy Simulator as a suited subject and safety diver supporting procedure tests for extra-vehicular activity.
   
In 1987, he became chief of the Fluid Dynamics Branch where he directed and conducted research in both laboratory and theoretical investigations along with more than a dozen scientists in the Branch. He was also the mission scientist for Spacelab J ([[STS-47]]) coordinating more than 40 domestic and Japanese experiments in fluid dynamics, [[crystal]] growth, and [[life science]] during the 8-day mission.
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In 1987, he became chief of the Fluid Dynamics Branch where he directed and conducted research in both laboratory and theoretical investigations along with more than a dozen scientists in the Branch. He was also the mission scientist for Spacelab J ([[STS-47]]) coordinating more than 40 domestic and [[Japan]]ese experiments in fluid dynamics, [[crystal]] growth, and [[life science]] during the 8-day mission.
   
 
Leslie is a researcher at the Marshall Space Flight Center. He is a member of the research team analyzing data from the Geophysical Fluid Flow Cell experiment that flew on [[STS-73]]/[[USML-2]].
 
Leslie is a researcher at the Marshall Space Flight Center. He is a member of the research team analyzing data from the Geophysical Fluid Flow Cell experiment that flew on [[STS-73]]/[[USML-2]].
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