Geek of the Week: Kathleen Hoza’s on- and off-Earth curiosity fuels science work at First Mode

GeekWire | Oct 19, 2019 at 2:15 AM
  • Kathleen Hoza had a curiosity about Curiosity.
  • There’s so much out there to explore, and we haven’t even scratched the surface on a lot of extremely promising worlds with very high potential for illuminating planetary evolution and astrobiology.
  • This mission, called Dragonfly, will explore the complex processes that shape Titan’s surface and atmosphere, and has the potential to redefine what we think of as habitable as it investigates the extremely cold but still liquid-rich environment of the moon’s surface.