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The Universe at Your Fingertips 2.0 DVD from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific is in our online store, filled with Earth and space science resources.


This sequence shows the approximate 30 hour lifetime of a SAR arc, taken by Dynamics Explorer 1 in 1982.
Image provided courtesy of L. Frank and J. Craven from the Dynamics Explorer 1

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Our online store includes issues of NESTA's quarterly journal, The Earth Scientist, full of classroom activities on different topics in Earth and space science, ranging from seismology, rocks and minerals, oceanography, and Earth system science to astronomy!

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