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  1. Debajyoti Basu Sarkar

    http://nexss.info/members/1316

  2. Kimberly M. S. Cartier

    http://nexss.info/members/1304

  3. Habitable Worlds 2017

    23 Jan 2017 | Posted by Andrew Rushby

    NExSS's 'Habitable Worlds 2017' workshop is planned to take place in Laramie, Wy. from the 13th to the 17th November 2017. More information can be found on the conference...

    http://nexss.info/blog/2017/01/habitable-worlds-2017

  4. Steven Glaser

    http://nexss.info/members/1288

  5. Adrian Lenardic

    http://nexss.info/members/1282

  6. Marc Neveu

    http://nexss.info/members/1280

  7. Andrew Rushby

    http://nexss.info/members/1249

  8. Mark Chandler

    http://nexss.info/members/1161

  9. Stephen Kane

    http://nexss.info/members/1189

  10. Vikki Meadows

    http://nexss.info/members/1199

  11. Mark A. Chandler

    http://nexss.info/members/1054

  12. Ravi Kopparapu

    http://nexss.info/members/1042

  13. Ariel Anbar

    http://nexss.info/members/1031

  14. David Grinspoon

    http://nexss.info/members/1029

  15. Shawn D Domagal-Goldman

    My research focuses on ascertaining as much as possible about "alien planets" using sparse data sets. For the early Earth and other terrestrial planets, I work on utilizing isotopic trends as...

    http://nexss.info/members/1002

  16. Caleb Scharf

    http://nexss.info/members/1044

  17. John Armstrong

    http://nexss.info/members/1120

  18. Maggie Turnbull

    http://nexss.info/members/1132

  19. Russell Deitrick

    http://nexss.info/members/1250

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