by the media as "one of the rock stars of science,"
Geoffrey Notkin hosts Science Channel's award-winning adventure
series Meteorite Men and the Emmy Award-winning STEM
Journals. He is also an internationally recognized authority
on meteorites, an award-winning author, visual artist, photographer,
film producer, world traveler, and adventurer. Geoff is the founder
and CEO of Aerolite Meteorites Inc, a leader in space rock recovery
and research; and Senior Executive Producer for Desert Owl Productions,
A two-time Emmy Award-winning host and producer, Notkin is best
known for his work on the hit adventure show Meteorite
on Discovery networks and the educational series
. He has also appeared in programs for the
BBC, NASA, PBS, TLC, , History Channel, National Geographic, and
A major figure in meteorite studies, Notkin has found space rocks
on six continents and worked with many of the world's top institutions.
He is CEO of Aerolite Meteorites
, a company that provides meteorite specimens to researchers,
museums, and collectors worldwide. The minor planet 139204, discovered
at Mount Palomar, was officially named "Notkin" in recognition
of his contributions to science, education, and the arts.
An accomplished art
and musician, Geoff has worked with numerous leading lights in
music and the graphic arts. He is a graduate of New York's School
of Visual Arts and has recorded and performed with visionary singer/songwriter
Lach, as well as members of the Bongos, Washington Squares, Band
of Susans, Television, Voice of the Beehive, and many other influential
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