Our Fragile Existence
from HATCH Global Living Room with Michelle Thaller, NASA
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Join Hatch Global living room for a discussion with Michelle Thaller NASA astronomer/scientist and head of communications for Goddard Flight Center, discussing our meaning in this vast universe.
The weekly Global Living Room sessions are a medley of diverse insights by astronauts, scientists, technologists, CEOs, artists, poets, and extraordinary humans from multiple countries around the world. It’s a time of collective sense-making, working to understand inflection points, reframe challenges, and identify opportunities to create real solutions.
Michelle Thaller is an American astronomer and research scientist. Thaller is the assistant director for Science Communication at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.
From 1998 to 2009 she was a staff scientist at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center, and later Manager of the Education and Public Outreach program for the Spitzer Space Telescope, at the California Institute of Technology. She is a frequent on-camera contributor to programming on The History Channel and Science Channel.