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Natalie Batalha

UC Santa Cruz
Detects and characterizes planets orbiting other stars (exoplanets) with the goal of understanding where are the most likely cradles of life. She also studies exoplanets as a population to understand their diversity.

Natasha Batalha

NASA Ames
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Bin Chen

University of Hawaii
Detects and characterizes planets orbiting other stars (exoplanets) with the goal of understanding where are the most likely cradles of life. She also studies exoplanets as a population to understand their diversity.

Ian Crossfield

University of Kansas
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Elena Dobrica

University of Hawaii
Studies meteorites to understand critical information about how the solar system formed and the timing and conditions of events that led to the solar system we observe today, especially as a host for life.

Jonathan Fortney

UC Santa Cruz
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Eric Gaidos

University of Hawaii
Studies meteorites to understand critical information about how the solar system formed and the timing and conditions of events that led to the solar system we observe today, especially as a host for life.

Tom Greene

NASA Ames
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Daniel Huber

University of Hawaii
Studies meteorites to understand critical information about how the solar system formed and the timing and conditions of events that led to the solar system we observe today, especially as a host for life.

Gary Huss

University of Hawaii
Detects and characterizes planets orbiting other stars (exoplanets) with the goal of understanding where are the most likely cradles of life. She also studies exoplanets as a population to understand their diversity.

Rebecca Jensen-Clem

UC Santa Cruz
Detects and characterizes planets orbiting other stars (exoplanets) with the goal of understanding where are the most likely cradles of life. She also studies exoplanets as a population to understand their diversity.

Meredith MacGregor

University of Colorado, Boulder
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Mark Marley

NASA Ames
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Ruth Murray-Clay

UC Santa Cruz
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Francis Nimmo

UC Santa Cruz
Studies meteorites to understand critical information about how the solar system formed and the timing and conditions of events that led to the solar system we observe today, especially as a host for life.

Andrew Skemer

UC Santa Cruz
Detects and characterizes planets orbiting other stars (exoplanets) with the goal of understanding where are the most likely cradles of life. She also studies exoplanets as a population to understand their diversity.

Deana Tanguay

UC Santa Cruz
Studies meteorites to understand critical information about how the solar system formed and the timing and conditions of events that led to the solar system we observe today, especially as a host for life.

Myriam Telus

UC Santa Cruz
Studies meteorites to understand critical information about how the solar system formed and the timing and conditions of events that led to the solar system we observe today, especially as a host for life.

Jonathan Williams

University of Hawaii
Studies meteorites to understand critical information about how the solar system formed and the timing and conditions of events that led to the solar system we observe today, especially as a host for life.

Kevin Zahnle

NASA Ames
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

Xi Zhang

UC Santa Cruz
Studies the atmospheres, interiors, composition, and evolution of planets in our solar system and beyond by modeling their physics and chemistry.

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