Doris is a news writer at Inverse covering Space.
She previously worked at Inverse as a contributor, writing stories that bridged archaeological and paleontological discoveries with modern life. She has written about astronomy and spaceflight for Space.com and on marine life for Scientific American.
Doris is a bilingual Spanish speaker, and has adored science and storytelling since her childhood days growing up with her South American immigrant parents in the Castle Hill section of the Bronx, NY. When she isn't writing about science, she takes music classes at Juilliard's Evening Division and performs with her husband.
Artemis I vs. Artemis II: How the NASA program will build off the successes of the first mission
The preliminary phase of the Artemis Program is underway. And the second will be quite different.
Webb Telescope releases breathtaking new image of the “Pillars of Creation”
Astronomers love colors. A new “Pillars of Creation” image makes science very pretty.
NASA releases “extraordinary” Webb Telescope images of Saturn's most intriguing moon
The images show clouds in the atmosphere of Titan, a moon that looks eerily like early Earth.
NASA’s Artemis I mission just beat a 52-year-old spaceflight record
The NASA Artemis I mission is halfway done. Soon, it will try to photograph Apollo landing sites.
NASA stumbles upon mysterious rocks hiding in ancient Martian lake
NASA's latest rover to Mars got a close look at rocks that came into contact with water.
Astronomers find a pristine meteorite from the dawn of the Solar System
A bright object appeared over England in 2021. It turned out to be a relic from the dawn of the Solar System.
NASA's Artemis I Orion spacecraft is on track to travel farther than any Apollo mission
Artemis I just performed a critical maneuver in the lunar environment.
Webb Telescope may have just discovered the oldest known galaxies
NASA and the European Space Agency have announced the sighting of two ancient galaxies.
Artemis II and beyond: 3 steps NASA needs to take to send astronauts to the Moon
With Artemis I finally en route to the Moon, its stumbles provide big lessons for future lunar missions.
NASA successfully launches Artemis I toward the Moon
NASA's Moon rocket has finally launched on a 25-day journey farther than Apollo ever went.
NASA’s Artemis: November 2022 launch, mission goals, timeline for Moon voyage
These are the crucial hurdles NASA needs to clear in order to send humans back to the Moon in 2024.
NASA decides to proceed with Artemis Moon launch after hurricane
NASA provided their newest update to their new Moon mission on Friday.
Photo shows NASA's stunning Artemis I rocket ahead of launch
NASA is monitoring Subtropical Storm Nicole days ahead of its next target launch date for its Moon rocket Artemis I.
New research finds a disturbing pattern of discrimination at the highest levels of STEM
Gender disparities have appeared again and again across different fields of science. And they disproportionately affect women of color.
A planet-killer asteroid that intersects Earth's orbit was just spotted — and there could be more of them
The brief moments of twilight offer astronomers the best chance of spotting near-Earth asteroids that hide within the Sun’s glare.
27 years ago, Hubble took one of the most iconic space images ever — and inspired a generation
Why the Pillars of Creation has fascinated the public since 1995.
Haunting new Hubble galaxy cluster image puts dark matter front and center
How Abell 611 remains intact at its celestial perch is a major question.
NASA discovers a new, two-block-wide crater on Mars with signs of water ice
Two NASA missions revealed two large strikes on Mars are treasure-troves of science.
Look! NASA’s asteroid-bound Lucy mission snaps a stunning photo of a lonely Earth
This spacecraft got a good look at the Moon, too.
NASA has a new way to measure DART’s success — through distant stars
Astronomers finally caught asteroid Didymos blocking starlight.