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Planets in the habitable zone
Identified habitable planets
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The field of exoplanets is maturing but still with huge unrealized potential. Professor Sara Seager’s fascinating and thought-provoking talks explain, in layman’s terms, the exciting field of exoplanet research and the holy grail to find and identify an Earth-type planet.
Having authored three of her own books (’The Smallest Lights in the Universe: a Memoir’, ‘Exoplanets and the Search For Habitable Worlds’, and ‘Exoplanet Atmospheres: Physical Processes’) and edited a fourth, Sara has experience consolidating years of research into an authoritative resource and is credited with producing a book that “will be a bible for students and professionals interested in exoplanet atmospheres.” Find out more about the books here
Sara has been credited on a great number of papers, either as the lead or in an instrumental role, regarding the different aspects of exoplanet research, including Exoplanet Atmospheres; Observational Detections; Exoplanet Interiors; Exoplanet Biosignatures; Exoplanet Characterization; A New Approach to Exoplanet Data Interpretation; and ExoplanetSat NanoSatellite. Click here for more detail.
Sara has been featured in a variety of publications throughout her career.
- CNN, April 2016 — The Planet Hunter Searching for Another Earth
- Cosmopolitan, August 2015 — Get That Life: How I Became an Astrophysicist
- Smithsonian Magazine, May 2014 — Sara Seager’s Tenacious Drive to Discover Another Earth
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