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Polar Gateways Arctic Circle Sunrise

Polar Gateways Arctic Circle Sunrise 2008

Polar Gateways Arctic Circle Sunrise - News Coverage

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  • + Scientists spotlight Barrow as center of solar system
    by Earl Finkler, KBRW Radio, Barrow, The Arctic Sounder, Feb. 11, 2008
    "The visiting astronomers not only taught us, but they came to listen and learn about the traditions and science of the local Inupiat Eskimo people. They went to the schools and talked with elders and people of all ages."

    Note: this article is available on request from the Alaska State Library.

  • + Christina Prested
    by Christine Minerva, Adler Planetarium Educator, Feb. 2008
    "This week, she is presenting a paper at the Polar Gateways 2008 Conference in Barrow, Alaska. She will describe a "best guess" of what the IBEX spacecraft might image of the heliosphere's poles. Her trip to the conference, located on the northernmost part of Alaska, required three airplane rides from Boston."
  • + Chilly relations
    by Nancy Kriz, Straus Newspapers - The Chronicle, Feb. 08, 2008
    DLN participation from Chester Academy in Chester, New York. "Local students were able to ask questions of a Finnish scientist whose specialty is the aurora borealis, more commonly known as "the Northern lights" ... "It was awesome," said Leanne Jankelunas, an eighth-grade student who participated with 10 other students from Chester that day. "I thought it was so interesting to meet these people. It's just overall really cool to get to learn these types of things."
  • + NASA Mike pays visit to Ipalook Elementary
    by Tamar Ben-Yosef, Barrow The Arctic Sounder, Feb. 07, 2008
    "Elementary school children at Ipalook Elementary in Barrow had some exciting visitors last week - some more human than others."

    Note: this article is available on request from the Alaska State Library.

  • + Phone home. NASA uses robot to test communication systems from Antarctica for future space missions
    by Peter Rejcek, Antarctic Sun Editor. Antarctic Sun, Feb. 01, 2008
    "Post-Antarctic plans will take the team to Barrow, Alaska, where it will demonstrate the instruments to International Polar Year scientists working in the Arctic."
  • + Arctic Sun Rises on Old Issues, New Hopes
    by Edward S. Itta, Mayor, North Slope Borough, The Arctic Sounder, Jan. 31, 2008
    "More scientific research and more international exchanges on a par with the Polar Gateways conference that was hosted in Barrow last week can promote real progress."

    Note: this article is available on request from the Alaska State Library.

  • + NASA Scientists to Present at Polar Gateways Arctic Circle Sunrise 2008 Conference.
    by Nancy Neal-Jones and Bill Steigerwald, NASA GSFC
    NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Jan. 22, 2008
  • + Conference to Examine Past, Present, Future Solar System Exploration.
    The Arctic Sounder, Dec. 6, 2007
    Note: this article is available on request from the Alaska State Library.

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