Ms. Marina LaGrave served as a Spanish translator on the Windows to the Universe project from ~2003 to 2010. Because she does not have an academic background in science, her translations were checked by a Spanish-speaking scientist, Dr. Eduardo Araujo-Pradere. Dr. Araujo is a practicing geoscientist at the Cooperative Institute for Environmental Research of the University of Colorado (CIRES-CU) and is also affiliated with the Space Weather Prediction Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (SWPC-NOAA). Since Ms. LaGrave's departure, Dr. Araujo has continued translation efforts on Windows to the Universe.
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