Lissauer

Lis·sau·er

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Any perturbation of their orbits will likely be small as well, says Jack Lissauer (NASA Ames Research Center).
Little is known about the phylogenetic importance of the yolk color, since it has been analyzed mainly between wide vertebrate groups (Lubzens, Lissauer, Leavavi-Sivan, Avarre, & Sammar, 2003).
In contrast to Haight's difficult situation, in that same decade of the Great Depression, wealthy socialite Mildred Potter Lissauer also set out to prove her talents as a quilt designer.
Wilson A, Lissauer D, Thangaratinam S, Khan KS, MacArthur C, and Coomarasamy A (2011) A comparison of clinical officers with medical doctors on outcomes of caesarean section in the developing world: meta-analysis of controlled studies.
Lissauer, a writer, illustrates how the use of tropes can make a fantasy story succeed or fail based on how the author applies them and the interplay of text vs.
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We've struck the mother lode," said Jack Lissauer, a planetary scientist at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif.
Jack Lissauer, who co-led the research, said: "Four years ago, Kepler began a string of announcements of first hundreds then thousands of planet candidates but they were only candidate worlds.
We almost doubled just today the number of planets known to humanity," NASA planetary scientist Jack Lissauer said in a Wednesday teleconference, calling it "the big mother lode.
To verify this bounty of planets, a research team co-led by Jack Lissauer, planetary scientist at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif.