Interact

LIVE FROM THE AURORA
(part of NASA's Sun-Earth Days, 2003)
March 18, 2003

URL Post for March 18, 2003

ON-AIR FAQ from broadcast

PASSPORT TO KNOWLEDGE is very grateful to Dr. Bernhard Fleck, Dr. Jeffrey Hughes, Mr. Ben Burress, Dr. Bill Taylor, Dr. Sten Odenwald, Aimee Norton, Dr. Bob Hoffman, Dr. Patricia Reiff, Dr. Laura Peticolas, Dr. Don Michels and Mark Conde for generously contributing their time and knowledge to support this unique service.

AURORAS-LIVING WITH A STAR
February 11, 2003

Video Streaming of the Broadcast

URL Post for February 11, 2003

ON-AIR FAQ from broadcast

PASSPORT TO KNOWLEDGE is very grateful to Mark Conde, Dirk Lummerzheim, Chuck Deehr, at the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Bill Taylor, Steele Hill, Sten Odenwald from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center for generously contributing their time and knowledge to support this unique service.

As the name indicates, INTERACT is the primary way for students and teachers to find out all the latest about the project, communicate with each other, peer-to-peer, and work together on exciting online collaborative projects.

ON-AIR allows students to send questions to researchers studying the Sun and get back individual answers in real-time on the day of the broadcasts. We've also posted some tips for how to make the most of this great learning opportunity. This unique service will be available on February 11, 2003 and March 18, 2003.

INTERACT--it's one of P2K's most unique collection of opportunities, and we hope you'll dive right in and... interact!