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|I just found your Home Page and it will really fill a void for a class I just started last evening dealing with an intro to Solar-Terrestrial relations -- I am already using some of the sites on your reference that I found over the summer - now I can really point my students to a wealth of resources and tutorials - all from a class-related home page of my own. Please send info on joining your group, even if I am not primarily a deep-space researcher - teaching and making my students aware that there is SO much going on above 10 km is a goal I am aiming for -- thanks.|
|I compliment you and everyone responsible for the ISPEC WWW page, you have done a great job.|
I am inquirering if the suns poles are going to shift over the next few years I
have heard this through the grapevine and was wondering if you may be able to v
|The atmosphere on Venus is 92 time greater than the Earth's atmosphere. I am trying to find out why the great difference even though the gravitational pull of the Earth is greater than that of Venus.|
|I am an educator who loves to use the internet as a tool in the classroom. But there is a need for structure and content on the web and you seem to be moving in that direction.|
|It's a nice homepage...keep up the good work!!|
I wonder if you have someones who are
the members of ISPEC from Russia ? As
here we have a lot of space physics
scientist who also are the parents
and have accsess to WWW sites may
be it is good idea to have the same
materials in Russian ?
all the best, Alexander Zaitzev, rw3dz
|if the moon has no magnetic field, how were it's north and south poles determined?|
|great page keep up the good work!!|
I think this is a great informative site! I really enjoyed taking the
test your knowledge quizzes. Keep up the good work!
Subject: Possible Clue to Life on Mars|
As an engineer, it is the rock formation you can see at the
Of course, I have no access to better pictures, so I could be totally mistaken. I do look forward to any comments you may have.
Erdal Atrek, Ph.D.