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  1. Sumner Starrfield

    http://nexss.info/members/1277

  2. Nuno Santos

    http://nexss.info/members/1168

  3. Ofer Cohen

    http://nexss.info/members/1169

  4. Phil Arras

    http://nexss.info/members/1173

  5. Sergio Sousa

    http://nexss.info/members/1186

  6. Tabetha Boyajian

    http://nexss.info/members/1061

  7. Patrick Allen Young

    I am an associate professor of astrophysics in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University and the Task Lead for Stellar Characterization and Planet Formation in the...

    http://nexss.info/members/1056

  8. Vladimir Airapetian

    Education1989 PhD in Astrophysics, Byurakan Observatory & Kurchatov Atomic Energy Center 1982 B.S. and M.S. (summa cum laude), Phys. Dept., Yerevan State University, Armenia Post-Degree...

    http://nexss.info/members/1026

  9. Dawn Gelino

    http://nexss.info/members/1007

  10. Jeremy Drake

    http://nexss.info/members/1116

  11. Joleen Cariberg

    http://nexss.info/members/1121

  12. Ming Zhao

    http://nexss.info/members/1046

  13. Tsevi Mazeh

    http://nexss.info/members/1152

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