Dr. Lisa Prato
Dr. Lisa Prato Astronomer, Lowell Observatory
That what I just alluded to a few minutes ago: seeing something for the first time that nobody else has ever seen and just knowing something new. It must be a little bit like how people feel, how Amundsen felt looking for the South Pole, or it must be that thing that's inside of humans about finding the new and going past the frontiers and exploring the deep sea.
Did a meteorite sicken Peruvians?
Answered by Discovery Channel
What is a young planet?
Answered by Dr. Lisa Prato
How are planets in the inner solar system different?
Answered by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)