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Though she didn’t realize it as a child, she always had the skills to be one. From her youth to present-time Heidi is still adding more things to her list of great achievements. Heidi Hammel was born on March 14th, 1960 in California. She moved a lot. As a young girl Heidi had many interests including music and astrology. Heidi also liked math, indoor games, and getting telescopes. Heidi had her first scientific experience as a girl with her friend. They made new complicated versions of games such as Monopoly and then made graphs and charts. As Heidi moved to high school she decided to join the band. She became friends with those that played in the band too. She also joined the school play. Heidi never thought of her future career, but did have dreams. She refused to let her father’s alcoholic problems dominate them. Because of her father Heidi became good at hiding emotions a talent her mother didn’t like. Her parents got divorced which didn’t surprise her. Heidi’s youth was not what you think it would be. Heidi had many great achievements. She received her undergraduate degree from the college MIT in 1982. She couldn’t afford MIT at first but she somehow found extra money by working part-time at the campus and getting a job. Heidi also received her PhD from the University of Hawaii in 1988. Heidi won many awards. One is the Klumpke-Roberts award in 1995. Another is the Harold C. Urey Prize in 1996. In 2002 Heidi won the Carl Sagan award. Heidi is known as a world-renowned planetary astronomer. She was elected a fellow of the American Association for the advancement of science in 2000. Heidi also spent nine years at the department of Earth as a Principal Research Scientist. Heidi also made many discoveries in space. The most important and famous was finding the “Big Red Spot” on Jupiter. Heidi has had many great achievements.
Heidi is a Senior Research Scientist CoDirector of the Space Institute in Colorado. Unlike most scientists. Heidi tries her best to challenge herself. Many people say Heidi’s future is unpredictable. Heidi only focuses her studies on Uranus and Neptune. Heidi and Tim take their parenting job very seriously. She is a busy mother of three working as a planetary astronomer. Tobias. She has three young children. Soon an astronomical observatory will be launched to Jupiter in 2013. She is married to an engineer named Tim Dalton. Heidi Hammel has had many great achievements and is most likely to have more. and Lucas. She also is the Vice President of the Association of the Planetary Society. Her children are Beatrix. . In fact her latest research involves those two planets with the Hubble Bubble Space Telescope. Heidi’s favorite planets are Uranus and Neptune. Heidi is known to many people and will be known to many more. but for now she is living a busy life as a planetary astronomical mother.Now Heidi is living the life of a normal parent with a big job.