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SETI Observe the Geminids and join NASA as a Partner in Discovery

Larry Klaes ( lklaes@bbn.com )
Fri, 11 Dec 1998 11:12:06 -0500

>Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1998 08:23:09 -0600
>From: NASA Science News <expressnews@sslab.msfc.nasa.gov>
>To: express-delivery@sslab.msfc.nasa.gov
>Subject: Observe the Geminids and join NASA as a Partner in Discovery
>
>11 Dec 1998 -- New Website Announcement
>
>The NASA Star Trails Society -- http://www.StarTrails.com
>
>The Star Trails Society is an initiative by the NASA/Marshall
>Space Sciences Lab to involve our science news readers
>in research. Each month we will announce opportunities for
>amateur scientists to contribute to research in astronomy,
>astrobiology, and other natural sciences. You don't need to be
>a professional scientist to participate (although professionals
>are also welcome) -- students, teachers, novices and serious
>amateurs can all join.
>
>This month's observing activity will focus on the Geminids meteor
>shower, expected to peak during the morning of December 14th. See
>http://www.StarTrails.com for details.
>
>AOL users click <a href="http://www.startrails.com">here</a>.
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>Linda Porter
>Code ES94
>Data Systems Branch
>NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
>Huntsville AL 35812
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