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03/03/2014Earth Day 2014
Plans for the GLOBE Program were announced on Earth Day 1994 in Washington D.C., and one year later, on Earth Day 1995, The GLOBE Program officially began operations. It's understandable why Earth Day is such an important day for the GLOBE community. >>
03/03/2014Successful Launch of the Global Precipitation Measurement Satellite
The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Observatory, a joint Earth-observing mission between NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), thundered into space on 28 February from its launch pad at Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. >>
02/26/2014NASA's Global Precipitation Mission Satellite Launches on 27 February
We want you and your students to be a part of the Mission! Find out how you can become involved. >>
02/13/2014Be a Part of GLOBE's Annual Earth Day Celebration!
The GLOBE Program Office is seeking story submissions of GLOBE students and alumni who have been influenced by their GLOBE experiences to further education, careers, and Earth stewardship activities. Top submissions will be used in a video for our Earth Day celebration and displayed on our Facebook page for the world to see. >>
01/24/2014Have you Opted-In to Receive the E-Newsletter and other Important E-Mail from GLOBE?
Enter your name and email address on the Opt-In page to receive the News Brief, Director's monthly letter, offers to join projects, opportunities for professional development, info about science events and other informative emails from the GLOBE Program Office. Read more. >>
01/23/2014YOU Make The GLOBE Program Work!
The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) are gearing up for a major undertaking to transform the GLOBE Teachers Guide, and we need your help in making this effort a success. >>
01/17/2014GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE) Organizing Committee
The Organizing Committee for the 2014 GLOBE Learning Exhibition (GLE) has been selected, with representatives from all GLOBE regions. >>
01/13/2014Ask N.I.C.E (NASA Innovations in Climate Education) Online Professional Development Series
Would you like to have your class participate in an interactive webcast with an astronaut? NASA invites students and teachers to an inside look at America's Spaceport at 2:30 pm ET on 31 January 2014. >>
01/02/2014January 2014 GLOBE News Brief
Start the year out right. Read the January 2014 GLOBE News Brief! >>
12/31/2013Happy New Year from the GLOBE Program Office
Wishing you all the best in 2014 with this holiday card. >>
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