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Nadia Drake

Nadia Drake is a science journalist who grew up thinking about cosmic questions and staring at Saturn through giant telescopes. Her blog No Place Like Home is her space to talk about space—from other worlds to exploding stars to the fabric of the universe. (See older posts here.)

Her work has also appeared in Science News, Nature, New Scientist, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and Wired. She lives in beautiful, foggy San Francisco.

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