"In Her Orbit" Highlights Life and Work of Nathalie CabrolMarch 28, 2018 / Written by: Miki Huynh
Nathalie Cabrol. Credit: SETI
Nathalie Cabrol, Senior Research Scientist and Director of the Carl Sagan Center at SETI and PI for the SETI team of the NASA Astrobiology Institute, is featured in an in-depth New York Times Magazine story by Helen Macdonald, who traveled with Cabrol and her team in 2016 to the high-altitude regions of Chile as they conducted Mars-related research in the fascinating and harsh environments.
Macdonald connects the journey with details from Cabrol’s life, unearthing a poignant and human side to the scientist and science of searching for life in the Universe.
Read the full story, “In Her Orbit.”
Related Story: The Search for Mars Biosignatures Up at High Altitudes
Source: [New York Times Magazine]
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