Hi! I am a 37-year old single female who is an Air Force pilot stationed in San Antonio TX. My college degrees are in astrophysics, aeronautics, and military history. Ever since I was very young, I have been fascinated with the stars and with the idea of traveling through space. I received my first book about the stars in first grade (I still have it). I became a member of the Planetary Society when it first began in the early 1980's.
In my spare time, I enjoy photography, hiking, biking, fishing, traveling, cooking, jazz music, and working with the Scouts. I live a carpe diem lifestyle and enjoy every moment of life that I can. I have river-rafted the Grand Canyon, toured the capitol cities of Europe, and celebrated the new millennium from Times Square. This year I will be seeing South America and Antarctica for the first time, thus making my goal of visiting every continent at least once. Then I will need a new goal...any suggestions? :)
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
believe SETI to be an excellent way for us to search for ET until we can
actually make our way through the stars ourselves. I'm glad to donate my
computer's off-time to this endeavor. I have absolutely no doubt that in the 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 galaxies in the universe that there is life "out there." We just have to figure out how to find it/them.