Raymond Scott Hudson is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Washington State University. Hudson was educated at Caltech, where he received his bachelor's degree in engineering and applied science in 1985, his master's degree in electrical engineering in 1986, and his PhD in electrical engineering in 1990. His research interests include radar imaging, optical signal processing, and radar astronomy.
From August 19 to 22 of 1989, Hudson and Steven Ostro observed asteroid 4769 Castalia from the Arecibo Observatory, producing the first direct image of an asteroid. 5723 Hudson was named in his honour.
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