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Lunar and Planetary Laboratory & Department of Planetary Sciences | The University of Arizona
The 51 Pegasi b Fellowship provides postdoctoral scientists with the opportunity to conduct theoretical, observational, and experimental research in planetary astronomy.
Sarah Hörst and Nikole Lewis team up to uncover properties of photochemical hazes in extrasolar planet atmospheres.
NASA’s Lunar Flashlight spacecraft is hitching a ride to space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket along with the privately-developed Hakuto-R moon lander. LPL Alum Barbara Cohen is the principal investigator for the Lunar Flashlight.
Barbara Cohen (2000) is the Lunar Flashlight principal investigator at NASA's Goddard Splace Flight Center.
Ali Bramson (2018) is part of Purdue's planetary science program, one of the largest programs in the country to use NASA spacecraft data to learn about the solar system.
Alum John Moores (2008) has been named Science Advisor to the President of the Canadian Space Agency. He will act as the strategic advisor on science issues as they relate to space and represent the CSA to the international community.
LPL Associate Staff Scientist Kathryn Volk (2013) is named the recipient of the Vera Rubin Early Career Prize.
Alum David Grinspoon - Astrobiologist, science communicator and author
David Grinspoon (1989) of the Planetary Science Institute has been named an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow in the field of astronomy.
LPL alumnus Moses Milazzo (2005) has been selected by NASA as First Chief Scientist for the Planetary Data Ecosystem.