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Lisa Kaltenegger
Astronomy Professor University, Director of the Carl Sagan Institute , Searching for life in the universe , ,
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 17
Amazing artists impression how a biofluorescent biosphere on an exoplanet could look like to future space travelers. Inspired by NASA's vintage travel posters:download Story: Credit: W.Kenigsberg/M.Fondeur/Cornell
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Great summary of day 2 thank you
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Gerard van Belle @ #ExSS4 Aug 20
shows us the diversity of exoplanet system architectures in a single slide
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Jayne Birkby Aug 20
An excellent summary of all the results presented at Day 1 of ! Thank you Susanna Kohler for writing this!
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 20
Replying to @KalteneggerLisa
Summery of the conference... Autocorrect is not my friend here...
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 20
Ok this is amazing, a full day by day Sunday of the conference! The idea is brilliant !!! Thanks for doing this and sharing!!!!
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 20
is a great teacher to learn nonlinear Dynamics from! Lectures are freely available online!
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Ethan Kruse Aug 19
Sector 13, the last in the south! Moon ruins 3 days of Cam 1 & causes wild scattered light patterns. Whole sector riddled with more and weirder scattered light; expect lots of false positives! Galactic Center is bright blob in lower left.
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 20
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 19
Replying to @lkreidberg
Great work Laura!
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NASA Aug 18
When our rover lands on the Red Planet in 2021, it will carry a microchip etched with the names of millions of people from planet Earth. Is yours on it? Don't miss out: get your boarding pass and fly your name on our rover! Book now:
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 17
Very cool animation of the 8 planets in our solar system rotating thanks for sharing
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MAST Aug 15
Mission Update: Sector 13 data now available across all MAST services. Sector 13 is the final Sector in the southern hemisphere in the prime mission. As always, read the Data Release Notes () for information on the processing fo this Sector.
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Paul Gilster Aug 16
Biofluorescence as a biosignature? Could be, especially when dealing with planets around powerfully flaring young M-dwarfs. New work from Lisa Kaltenegger and Jack O'Malley-James:
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 17
Amazing artists impression how a biofluorescent biosphere on an exoplanet could look like to future space travelers. Inspired by NASA's vintage travel posters:download Story: Credit: W.Kenigsberg/M.Fondeur/Cornell
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Jason Major Aug 16
Dione in front of Saturn: a view captured by Cassini on August 17, 2015.
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amightygirl Aug 16
Diana Wynne Jones, the prolific British children's fantasy author, was born in 1934. Her beloved book "Howl's Moving Castle" was also adapted into a beautiful Studio Ghibli film.
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 17
Come join and - online application portal is now open on the new Klarman Postdoctoral Fellows “How to Apply” (). The application period is open through the 15 October 2019 - please forward to anyone interested!
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Lisa Kaltenegger Aug 16
Help us find new planets with
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Kevin M. Gill Aug 14
A smattering of moons visible around Saturn's rings in this view taken by Cassini in October 2007. Moons visible include Titan, Tethys, Enceladus, Epimetheus, and Pandora.
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