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Kaltenegger, who earned her doctorate in astrophysics from the University of Graz, has been examining alien worlds for biosignatures—the pre-conditions and indications of life. “We are on the cusp of discovery, mapping our place among the thousands of worlds in the night sky,” she says—adding that this new era of astronomic exploration and discovery will also “give us the opportunity to better understand our own planet, and perhaps even a glimpse into our future.”
Cornell’s free summer events, which run from June 23 to July 31, include Tuesday performances at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts, Wednesday lectures at Call Auditorium* in Kennedy Hall, and Friday concerts on the Arts Quad. For more information, visit summer.cornell.edu/
*The School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions thanks the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences for generously donating the use of Call Auditorium for the summer lecture series.