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  1. Chris Reinhard

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  2. Edward Schwieterman

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  3. Steven Glaser

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  4. Steffen Buessecker

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  5. Adam A. Monroe

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  6. Kristin Johnson

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  7. Svetlana Shkolyar

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  8. Jeremy D. Owens

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  9. Andrew Rushby

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  10. Mark Chandler

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  11. Paul Dijkstra

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  12. Susanne Neuer

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  13. William Moore

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  14. Eric HÉBRARD

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  15. Amanda Truitt

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  16. Mark A. Chandler

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  17. Nancy Kiang

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  18. David Grinspoon

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  19. Anthony D. Del Genio

    After deciding to enter the field of planetary science as a result of guidance from Joe Burns at Cornell, I started graduate school at UCLA intending to study mantle convection with my advisor,...

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  20. Alexander Pavlov

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