Dr. Yolanda Shea is an atmospheric scientist at NASA Langley Research Center and is the science lead for a climate science mission that will take unique high-accuracy measurements of sunlight reflected by Earth. This reflected sunlight will carry critical information back to the instrument in space and will be used to better understand Earth’s climate and improve the accuracy of other satellite instruments. When Yolanda isn’t doing the science, you may find her walking around with her face pointed to the sky looking for fun clouds and colorful atmospheric phenomena like rainbows and sundogs, knitting socks, or following the commands of her cat.