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This article summarizes calculations that simulate what may have been the most violent event that has ever occurred to the Earth, its collision with the next largest body that was present in its region...more
Welcome to the online resources for the 2006 educators workshop, Can a Good Climate Go Bad? Past, Present, and Future Climate. This workshop, presented at the University of Texas by Teri Eastburn of UCAR...more
Will you be at the NSTA Regional Conferences in either Detroit (18-20 October) or Denver (8-10 November)? If so, we invite you to participate in one or more of the Windows to the Universe sessions listed...more
NESTA and AGU teamed up to organize the 2011 AGU-NESTA GIFT Workshop, offered on December 5 - 6, 2011 at the 2011 American Geophysical Union Meeting in San Francisco, California. The five presentation...more
Everyone needs some inspiration sometime! Here are some quotes that you may enjoy, or find useful in your work, play, or everyday life. The starting point for this was an energetic conversation on the...more
NESTA and AGU teamed up to organize the 2012 AGU-NESTA GIFT Workshop, offered on December 3-4, 2012 at the 2012 American Geophysical Union Meeting in San Francisco, California. The six presentation teams...more
Many educators are now finding opportunities to teach about Earth's climate and climate change in their classrooms. Windows to the Universe provides an interlinked learning ecosystem to a wealth of resources...more