KB1WTW Addresses US House Committee

Dr Sara Seager KB1WTW at the US House of Representatives December 4, 2013

Dr Sara Seager KB1WTW at the US House of Representatives December 4, 2013

Dr. Sara Seager, KB1WTW, Class of 1941 Professor of Physics and Planetary Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology addressed the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, United States House of Representatives December 4, 2013.

Invited witnesses were:

Dr. Mary Voytek
Senior Scientist for Astrobiology, Planetary Science Division
National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Dr. Sara Seager KB1WTW
Class of 1941 Professor of Physics and Planetary Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Steven Dick
Baruch S. Blumberg Chair of Astrobiology, John W. Kluge Center
Library of Congress

Dr. Sara Seager KB1WTW highlights the importance of CubeSats in education at 0:46 into this video.

Watch Astrobiology: Search for Biosignatures in our Solar System, House Space Committee, Dec 4, 13

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Professor Sara Seager KB1WTW - Image credit MIT

Professor Sara Seager KB1WTW – Image credit MIT

Testimony of Dr. Sara Seager KB1WTW, Hearing on Astrobiology
http://astrobiology.com/2013/12/testimony-of-dr-sara-seager-hearing-on-astrobiology.html

Concord resident earns Genius Grant http://www.wickedlocal.com/concord/news/x1868848071/Concord-resident-earns-Genius-Grant

Inflatable Antenna Could Give CubeSats Greater Reach
https://amsat-uk.org/2013/09/07/inflatable-antenna-could-give-cubesats-greater-reach/

How a Pocket-Size Satellite Could Find Another Earth
https://amsat-uk.org/2012/05/12/how-a-pocket-size-satellite-could-find-another-earth/

Thanks to David J. Mercado KK4MND for spotting this item.