SAGANet: Ask an ExpertDecember 14, 2018 / Posted by: Miki Huynh
Image source: SAGANet
For those curious about the field of astrobiology and don’t know where to start, the Social Action for a Grassroots Astrobiology Network (SAGANet) has created a new “Ask” page for inquiring minds to send questions directly to an astrobiology expert.
To sign up and submit questions, visit: http://saganet.org/ask
For more information about the organization, including upcoming events and broadcasts, visit the SAGANet.org website.
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