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JPL Climate Day 2010 - "Bringing Scientists, Students, and Communities together to Promote Global Climate Literacy"
February 01, 2010
JPL Climate Day 2010
"Bringing Scientists, Students, and Communities together to
Promote Global Climate Literacy"

Save the Dates!
March 26th and 27th

9:00am - 3:00pm
Pasadena Convention Center
Conference Center Lower Level

Have fun learning the latest scientfic facts about global climate!



Friday:Students/Educators only, grades 6-12
Pre-registration required.
Saturday:General Public



Lectures by NASA and NOAA scientists; demonstrations, exhibits, student presentations, Climate Jeopardy competition, career information, teacher and community resources, and more!


Presented by the NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
in partnership with the Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence -- COSEE-West
and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Weather Service

This is a slice from the full view of the Earth, taken by GOES-8 (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) on 2 September 1994 at 18:00 UT. The red and green channels represent visible data, while the blue channel represents inverted 11 micron infrared data. The north and south poles were were not actually observed by GOES-8. To produce this image, poles were taken from a GOES-7 image.

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