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SpaceGeeks Ep. 22: Mass Transits

20 Nov 2015, 18:09 UTC
SpaceGeeks Ep. 22: Mass Transits
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On this episode of the SpaceGeeks podcast, Dan Leone talks to Sara Seager, who started out as a painfully shy, friendless child and grew up to become a MacArthur Foundation genius grant winner for her pioneering work studying the atmospheres of planets orbiting stars lightyears from Earth.

SHOW NOTES:
Follow Sara on Twitter.
An autobiographical essay Sara published in the journal Astrobiology (thickly cited, for a memoir).
Sara talking much, much, much more about exoplanets.
Sara Seager: genius.
SpaceNews.comOn this episode of the SpaceGeeks podcast, Dan Leone talks to Sara Seager, who started out as a painfully shy, friendless child and grew up to become a MacArthur Foundation genius grant winner for her pioneering work studying the atmospheres of planets orbiting stars lightyears from Earth.

SHOW NOTES:

Follow Sara on Twitter.

An autobiographical essay Sara published in the journal Astrobiology (thickly cited, for a memoir).

Sara talking much, much, much more about exoplanets.

Sara Seager: genius.

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