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Mike Lucibella serves as the editor of The Antarctic Sun. Before joining the United States Antarctic Program, he spent six years as a science writer in Washington D.C. for one of the top physics societies in the country. He’s chased down science stories across the country, from Brookhaven National Laboratory to Comic-Con International and the abandoned remains of the Superconducting Supercollider. He has a master’s degree in digital journalism from American University. While an undergraduate, also at American University, he interned as a legislative correspondent for an online congressional newswire. When he’s not writing about cutting-edge science, you can probably find him hiking or biking along one of the many mountain trails near his new hometown of Denver, Colo.
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