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November 2014 Newsletter

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Please visit our Web Seminars page to view archived webinars on topics in space science, planetary science, and astronomy.  The webinars were recently offered by NESTA and Windows to the Universe and featured Ardis Herrold (NESTA Past-President, 35-year science teacher, planetarium director, and JPL Solar System Ambassador Master Teacher) and Roberta Johnson (PhD, Geophysics and Space Physics; NESTA Executive Director; Clinical Professor, University at Albany; Director, Windows to the Universe).  Enjoy learning about tides, dwarf planets, distances in space, galaxies, and more on the Windows to the Universe Web Seminar page.  


CONTENTS:

GIFT Workshop
Climate Smart/Energy
AGU LEARN
DEW & Picture Post
Daylight Saving Time
Leonid Meteors
Ocean Abyss Warm?
Mars Comet Encounter
Autumn Colors
Discover Saturn
Freshwater Footprint
Thanksgiving
Mosquito Genes - DNA
America Recycles
Geography Week 2014
GIS Day 2014
Einstein Fellowships
NASA Mars Challenge
AAPG Teacher Award
PEYA 2014
2015 Roy Award
Test 2
AGI Honors Davis
Aftershock Zone
Invasion Alter Coast
EPA Climate Resource
Geoscience Workforce
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