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Here you will find the Teacher's Guide and pointers to other lesson
plans on the Web
this was an area to meet other people who shared an interest in the
Live From the Hubble Space Telescope project. It is no longer functioning, but you
would have been likely to encounter
K-12 teachers, students, HST project developers or other folks here.
Examples from chat following broadcast:
Christian (STScI): . . . . Tue, Apr 23, 11:29AM PDT (-0800 GMT)
Greetings, I hope everyone enjoyed the Live From HST broadcast. Some friends of mine and I are here to answer any questions that you may not have had a chance to ask. So please feel free to fire away.
Gayle (London, On): . . . . Tue, Apr 23, 11:32AM PDT (-0800 GMT)
Hi Christian, thanks for coming, I didn't get to see the show so I figured I'd come here to get the low down.
Marc (California): . . . . Tue, Apr 23, 11:35AM PDT (-0800 GMT)
Hi Christian, What do you do at STScI. Also, did you particpate in the broadcast today at all?
Christian (STScI): . . . . Tue, Apr 23, 11:39AM PDT (-0800 GMT)
Hi Marc, I'm an astronomer here at STScI, allthough I didn't actually appear on camera, I was speaking to some of the students before hand about HST and what I do. Here at STScI, I work as a Program Coordinator. I help to develop observation proposals to use the HST, and then I implement those proposals and turn them into the actual observations. These observations are what you see on the web and such.
Here you could send a message and people responded over days. It was available on Web or via Email, but is no longer active.
Weather Watcher Measuring Device
Subject: Weather Watcher Measuring Device
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 1996 07:44:51-0700 (PDT)
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