David DeGraff

David DeGraff has been a space cadet since he was 6 years old, watching Neil Armstrong bounce across the lunar surface. No longer a cadet, Dr. DeGraff is now chair of the physics and astronomy department at Alfred University. In addition to the standard physics and astronomy classes, Dr. DeGraff also teaches Life in the Universe, Science in Science Fiction, Living in Space and The Theory and Practice of Time Travel.

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