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In May 2000, NASA awarded Joan Feynman the Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal for her pioneering contributions to the study of solar causes of geomagnetic and climate disturbances.

Joan Feynman (b. 1927) is an American astrophysicist. She has made important contributions to the study of solar wind particles and fields, sun-Earth relations and magnetospheric physics. In particular, Feynman is known for developing an understanding of the origin of auroras. During her career, Feynman was an author or co-author of more than 100 scientific publications. She also edited three scientific books. In 2002, she was awarded NASA's distinguished Exceptional Achievement Medal.

Listeners: Christopher Sykes Alexander Ruzmaikin

Christopher Sykes is an independent documentary producer who has made a number of films about science and scientists for BBC TV, Channel Four, and PBS.

Tags: Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal

Duration: 16 seconds

Date story recorded: April 2019

Date story went live: 05 November 2019