Dating in Space
Scientists who are dissatisfied with the analysis of samples from our blue planet look to the stars – or rather, neighboring planets – to learn the mysteries of the universe.
F. Scott Anderson |
What is it like being involved in NASA’s space program?
I love it. It’s a privilege and I’m always very excited to tell other people about it. I feel that I have an obligation to share my enthusiasm with the public, as they are the people who are funding the work.
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