Today (23 July) NASA Presentation/Activity for the 2020 Community Cloud Challenge
The 2020 Community Cloud Challenge: Science is Better is on! To find out ways you can participate in this event, check out a recent GLOBE Community Blog, written by Marilé Colón Robles (lead for the GLOBE Clouds Team at NASA's Langley Research Center) providing details on how to participate, how to take cloud and sky observations, the schedule of weekly cloud scientist videos, and more!
The blog (which is also offered in Spanish) covers “how to participate,” including: learning about clouds with NASA scientists and educators; doing an at-home activity; and/or taking loud and sky observations.
23 July NASA Presentation
The blog also covers the weekly schedule of presentations by NASA scientists (which will take place on Thursdays at 12:00 p.m. ET), including:
- 23 July: Science Topic “Clouds and Weather from 22,000 Miles Away,” presented by Atmospheric Scientist Kris Bedka (NASA Langley Research Center), and at-home activity “Cloud Cookery,” presented by Camp Discovery Counselor Lucy Ellisor (Blythewood, South Carolina, USA)
Future NASA Presentations
- 30 July: Science Topic “Clouds and Earth’s Climate,” presented by Atmospheric Scientist Patrick Taylor (NASA Langley Research Center), and at-home activity “Cloud Clues,” presented by GLOBE educators Joselyn Hathaway (River Road Middle School in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, USA) and Wanda Hathaway (Churchland Middle School in Portsmouth, Virginia, USA)
- 06 August: Science Topic “Aerosols and Air Quality,” presented by Research Scientist Kristina Pistone (NASA Ames Research Center), and at-home activity “Up in the Air,” presented by NASA Educator Angela Rizzi and Atmospheric Scientist Ali Omar (NASA Langley Research Center)
- 13 August: Science Topic “The Impact of Your Observations in Research,” presented by Atmospheric Scientist J. Brant Dodson (NASA Langley Research Center), and at-home activity “Cloud Fun (Nature Journal),” presented by GLOBE educator Veshell Lewis (Jackson Public Schools and University of Southern Mississippi)
To read the blog, click here.
For additional information, visit the GLOBE Observer website.
News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office