Regular Windows to the Universe Membership Benefits
Join now as a Regular Windows to the Universe Member! If you are a teacher, you may want to join as an Educator Member, which comes with additional benefits for teachers!
Windows to the Universe offers special benefits, services, and opportunities to its Members, including:
- Individual user-created logins and passwords for all subscribers
- Access to an advertising free version of the website on login
- Access to your own "MyW2U" area, to keep track of website resources most valuable to you and personalize your website experience with background choices and selection of RSS feeds
- Access to the Windows to the Universe Journal Tool, which you can use to create your own journals on the site
- Access to a members-only regularly updated calendar of major Earth and Space Science historical events
- A 10% discount on all products in the Windows to the Universe online store
Join now as a Windows to the Universe Member for only $9.99/year!
Shop Windows to the Universe Science Store!
Learn about Earth and space science, and have fun while doing it! The games
section of our online store
includes a climate change card game
and the Traveling Nitrogen game
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