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Earth, our home planet, is the only planet in our solar system known to harbor life - life that is incredibly diverse. All the things we need to survive exist under a thin layer of atmosphere that separates us from the cold, airless void of space.

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James Green
Director of Planetary Science

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Shonte Tucker
Senior Thermal Systems Engineer

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Karen Yuen
Science Data Applications Lead

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Lynn Rothschild
Astrobiologist and Adjunct Professor of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry

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Catherine Neish
Assistant Professor

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Sten Odenwald
Director of STEM Resource Development

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Jim Kasting
Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences

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Ralph Carruth

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Steven Vance
Planetary Scientist/Astrobiologist

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John M. Grunsfeld
Associate Administrator

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Jim Adams
NASA Headquarters

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Ashley Davies

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Anne Kahle

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Rosaly Lopes
Planetary Scientist

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Dawn McIntosh
Computer Engineer

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Ellis Miner
Planetary Scientist

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William Patzert
Research Scientist

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Sally Ride

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Catharine "Cassie" Conley
Planetary Protection Officer

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Mark Boudreaux
Project Manager

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Susan Callery
Earth Science Public Engagement Manager

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Leslie Bebout
Microbial Ecologist