February 28th: Planetary Society: Nearby Exoplanets

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Podcaster: Casey Dreier, Emily Lakdawalla

Title: Planetary Society:  Nearby Exoplanets

Organization: Planetary Society

Link : http://planetary.org

You can watch the video in:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RBczNMzfM

Description:  how common Earth-sized exoplanets may be in our neighborhood?

Bio: Casey dreier is from Planetary Society.

Emily Lakdawalla is a planetary geologist and writer who works for the world’s largest space interest group, The Planetary Society, as its blogger, web writer, and contributor to the weekly Planetary Radio podcast. She is also a contributing editor for Sky & Telescope magazine. She lives in Los Angeles with a 3-year-old who can list all the planets for you, a new baby who has yet to learn their names, and a husband who likes to pretend he doesn’t know anything about space.

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