“Important astrobiology questions require that people in a lot of different fields... find common language.” An interview with Lindsay Hays
‘I was one of those kids who thought everybody became a scientist... I was always fascinated with galaxies." An interview with Tom Statler
"It was fun to think about how all the puzzle pieces fit together. How is this organization going to work?" An Interview with Anita Dey
“The question is, is it still alive? Was Mars able to form microbes as well?” An interview with Adrian Brown
“I just could not help wanting to know why things are.” An interview with Sylvain Costes
“We are people who sit around campfires and tell stories and learn from stories... It's got to be a story.” An interview with Lin Chambers
“I'm really good at translating. I can talk to scientists and engineers and help them understand each other.” An Interview with Charles Webb
“My mother would tell me stories about the stars and the moon." An interview with Hashima Hasan.
“You get the space bug and ... it just opened a whole new world to me. " An interview with Delia Santiago-Materese.
“This is motivated by a desire to be of service, to disrupt colonial narratives, and to bring healing." An Interview With Daniella Scalice
“It's very exciting to think about how we can have more voices at the table." An interview with Cynthia Hall
“The best thing I could do with my astronomy degree was to share astronomy with other people." An interview with Alex Lockwood
"...we're dealing with what we call climate delayism." An interview with Marshall Shepherd.
"...people can be successful at science from any sorts of backgrounds." An interview with Erik Klemetti.
“Be willing to challenge the rules.” An interview with Brent Holben
“Science isn’t finished until it’s communicated.” An Interview with Mark SubbaRao