Miracle Israel Nazarious is an inspired and passionate engineer striving towards multi-disciplinary research and innovation in technologies for planetary exploration. He obtained his PhD within the Group of Atmospheric Science at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden in December 2020. His PhD thesis focussed on the development and qualification of instrumentation for atmospheric research and planetary exploration, with an emphasis on their interest to habitability, in-situ resource utilization, astrobiology, etc. His most significant contribution is with the calibration of the HABIT/ExoMars 2022 instrument. He also has a strong engineering background with a bachelors in Aeronautical engineering and masters in Space technology and instrumentation. His recent research on “Space solution to world’s water crisis” was recognized at IAC 2019 with an IAF best interactive presentation award in “Space and Society category”. Apart from his research, he invests time on outreach and educational activities. He also loves traveling and adventure sports.