Jesuit Wins This Year’s Carl Sagan Medal

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The American Astronomical Society (AAS) Division for Planetary Sciences announced that Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno has won the Carl Sagan Medal for outstanding communication about planetary science to the general public. Brother Consolmagno is an astronomer and meteorite expert at the Vatican Observatory. He also serves as their Coordinator for Public Relations. The AAS commended Brother Consolmagno for occupying a “unique position” among astronomers as a “credible spokesperson for scientific honesty within the context of religious belief.” 

Read more at The Integrated Catholic Life

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