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Two positions open at JPL

November 16, 2011

The Planetary Exploration Newsletter announced this week two job openings in the Asteroid, Comets, and Satellites group in the JPL Science Division at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. Both appear to be research scientist positions, with one connected to the MIRO experiment on the Rosetta spacecraft and the other more generally researching comets, asteroids, or other small primitive bodies in the Solar System.

For more information on these positions and to apply, please visit and look for Requisition #10483 and #10484.  This notice is provided here because there may be two positions open and, as we have recently learned, 32% of women in planetary science are married to men working in planetary science.

Good luck!

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