Exploration Station and Public Lecture at AGU Fall Meeting

Posted by GIS talk On Sunday, October 31, 2010
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Greetings everyone:

My name is Pranoti Asher and I am the new Education and Public Outreach Manager at AGU. I am attaching some information about a family event at the upcoming AGU 2010 Fall meeting. Hope to see you there!

Who: You and your family should you happen to drag them to AGU! You can pre-register at: sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/epo/families/explore/registration.php

What: Join us at Exploration Station and see the science going on right now at AGU!

A FREE event where you can try tons of hands-on at the activities, meet colleagues involved in education and outreach, and load up on free stuff. For more information including a list of this year’s exhibitors please visit:

http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/epo/families/explore/explore.php

When: Sunday 12 December 2010
12:00 - 4:00 pm

Where: Moscone Center South
Gateway Ballroom
San Francisco, CA

Also Join us for the PUBLIC LECTURE THE MANY COLORS OF THE SUN
Dr. Dean Pesnell, Lead Project Scientist Solar Dynamics Observatory
Sunday, December 12, 2010, Noon- 1:00 PM in the Gateway Ballroom 102

The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) launched in February 2010 for a 5-year mission to explore the Sun. Dr. Pesnell will talk about how SDO data will be used by Space Weather forecasters and solar physicists to explore the Sun, the solar magnetic field, and how the Sun affects us on Earth.

Pranoti Asher
Manager, Education and Public Outreach
American Geophysical Union
2000 Florida Avenue NW
Washington DC 20009-1277


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