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10 hours ago
Benu Atri posted a status
"Actor Morgan Freeman Talks Mars Trips & More with NASA Astronauts http://shar.es/NMlvF"
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Benu Atri posted a status
"The Apollo Moon Landings: How They Worked (Infographic) http://shar.es/NMlf0"
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Alexandra Pontefract posted a status
"Submit to our session at AGU on Biosignatures before July 30 and we'll have a session dinner, where the drinks are on us! goo.gl/IfN0B1"
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18 hours ago
Benu Atri posted a status
"#SLS begins a bolder mission for #NASA and the world! #NextGiantLeap http://j.mp/1nODm5Y"
yesterday
Sanjoy Som posted a discussion

So you want to become an astrobiologist?

Becoming an astrobiologist - one scientist's perspectiveI am asked by a lot of students wanting to know how to become an astrobiologist, what degrees to get, what courses to take, what schools to go to. Let me preface that all I’m going to say below is my own personal opinion, and is not sanctioned by any person or organization. It is my perspective from having discovered astrobiology halfway through my university studies and being a professional astrobiologist today.All students that want to become astrobiologist are in luck because almost any scientific path (whether in science, technology, engineering or mathematics) can make you an astrobiologist! In fact, disciplines in the humanities are also integral to astrobiology, such as sociology and philosophy. Realistically though, some sort of technical skill is critical to become a successful astrobiologist. If you do decide to follow the humanities path, make sure you complement your education with computer programming and/or…See More
yesterday
Benu Atri posted a status
"The Eagle Prepares to Land | NASA…"
yesterday
Benu Atri posted a status
"Huge Meteorite on Mars Discovered by NASA's Curiosity Rover http://shar.es/NTDb8 via @SPACEdotcom"
yesterday
Sara Imari Walker and Shravya Shenoy are now friends
Sunday
Shravya Shenoy liked Ravi kumar Kopparapu's profile
Sunday
Svet Shkolyar posted a status
"Follow the deep ocean journey of ASU researchers to 1.5 km deep in a submersible to explore an underwater volcano! http://j.mp/1zCRE3e"
Sunday
 
 
 

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