Re: CU-SeeMe

From: "Eileen M. Bendixsen" <>
Subject: Re: CU-SeeMe
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 1996 23:14:54 GMT

I sent this message earlier, but it didn't come back, so I'm assuming it
didn't get sent.

I thought some of you might be interested in the latest CU-SeeMe schedule,
especially since there will be coverage of the Pathfinder.
We are looking forward to the launch.

Date: Sun, 1 Dec 1996 8:27:08 -0600 (CST)
From: Patricia Reiff (713)527-4634 <>
Subject: CUSEEME> Upcoming "Ask the Scientist" Videoconferences
Reply-To: Patricia Reiff (713)527-4634 <>

Here are our upcoming "Ask the Scientist" CuSeeMe videoconferences:
Reflector:  (if it isn't working, try
For more info:     and choose "video"  

December 2 (and following):  We will keep "NASA TV" online 
in both color (for enhanced viewers) and black and white 
in support of Mars Pathfinder launch, shuttle operations, and
associated press conferences.  
(sound will be in the B/W window only). 

December 3, 12:00 - 1pm CST:  "I Like my Beaches in Colorado"
Join Rice Geology Professor Robyn Wright Dunbar 
as she talks about the forces that have shaped the continent.  
Her own research investigates the sandstone from ancient beaches in Colorado, 
a vivid proof of the vast sea which once covered the great plains.  
She will answer any geology-related questions.  

December 3, 7 - 9 pm CST:  "Brownfields"
Public forum on solid waste disposal techniques.  
Cosponsored by the Citizens' Environmental Coalition and 
Rice's Energy and Environmental System Institute. 

December 10, 10:00 - 10:30 CST:  "Treasures of the Mineral Kingdom"
Join Joel Bartsch, Curator of Gems and Minerals, 
in an exploration of the beautiful mineral collection at the 
Houston Museum of Natural Science.  This conference is part of the 
HMNS  "Science Quest"  series. 

As always, use the "talk" (or "chat") window (only!) to ask questions - the
speaker's comments will be summarized there for folks with low-bandwidth
connections. (If "talk" doesn't show up on your menu bar, download
"Cu-SeeMe Talk" from Cornell).

For the present schedule (changing frequently!) link to
for more information about Cu-SeeMe and ways you can test your connection, see
(you can get on our emailing list from either link)

Part of the "Public Connection" 
  (funded by NASA's Digital Library Technology Program).
For more information about our program and its many hot links, see

"CU Soon!"   ....Patricia Reiff, Rice University

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Global SchoolNet Foundation ( and
Canon Visual Communications Systems (