Sarah Hörst

Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Sarah Horst is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) where she teaches and does research on planetary atmospheres. Sarah is especially interested in hazy atmospheres like those of Pluto and Saturn’s largest moon Titan. In Sarah’s laboratory at JHU, her research group simulates atmospheres of other planets by making “planets in a bottle” to try to answer questions about the origin of, and search for, life.



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