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SpaceGeeks Ep. 22: Mass Transits

Professor Sara Seager, who comes across like she's always on top of a mountain, even when she isn't literally (as show above at Mauna Lao in Hawaii). Credit: Charles Darrow

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 become a MacArthur Foundation genius grant winner for her pioneering work studying the atmospheres of planets orbiting stars lightyears away from Earth.


Follow Sara on Twitter.

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

Sara talking much, much, much more about exoplanets.

Sara Seager: genius.

Source: Space News

SpaceGeeks Ep. 22: Mass Transits

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