Parcak has been dubbed the "real-life Indiana Jones," but she prefers to be called a "space archaeologist." From her lab at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, Parcak analyzes infrared satellite imagery to map lost cities thought gone forever. Her work is literally transforming the field of archaeology. This year Parcak and her team announced the discovery of 17 lost pyramids and more than 1,000 tombs and 3,000 ancient settlements in Egypt. Her dream is to map every archaeological site in the world by using this revolutionary approach that saves money and time, and more importantly - the history of our planet.