YouTube: KSBY TV News Report of Delta IV Heavy launch from Vandenberg in December 2010
Santa Maria Times Article: VAFB Gets Ready for Heavy Duty (Delta IV Heavy)
Scientific American Article: Does the U.S. Produce Too Many Scientists?
You can provide your views and comments to the author of this “draft” article
Scientific American Podcast: The Complex Physics of Clouds
NASA Unveils New Space-Weather Science Tool – Integrated Space Weather Analysis (iSWA) system
GLOBE at Night Event March 3-16
Join thousands of teachers, students and families around the globe March 3-16, 2010, in a hunt for stars. Take part in this international event to observe the nighttime sky and learn more about light pollution around the world. GLOBE at Night is an easy observation and reporting activity that takes approximately 15-30 minutes to complete.
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment, also known as GLOBE, is a worldwide, hands-on science and education program for primary and secondary schools. For more information about the event, visit http://www.globe.gov/GaN/. E-mail questions about this event to .
Dark Matter in Distant Galaxy Groups Mapped for the First Time
Soul Nebula in Stereo – Using your Normal Vision fascinating
MIT Streaming Video:
Climate Change in a Changing World: Meeting the Needs of Humanity and the Planet
1-hour video by Steven Hamburg