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Geoffrey A. Landis is an American scientist, working for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on planetary exploration, interstellar propulsion, solar power and photovoltaics. He has patented eight designs for solar cells and photovoltaic devices and has given presentations and commentary on the possibilities for interstellar travel and construction of bases on the Moon and Mars.
Landis is also a notable writer of scientifically accurate and detailed hard science fiction, and has won one Nebula Award, two Hugo Awards, a Locus Award for his fiction writing, and two Rhysling Awards for his poetry.