|Volume: 04, Issue: 15||03/22/2006|
Discuss the GOES-N Mission with NOAA Scientist Thomas WrublewskiDon’t miss this opportunity to discuss the GOES-N Mission with Thomas Wrublewski, physical scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Liaison Office at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Teachers, students, and space enthusiasts are invited to participate in this exciting chat event on Thursday, April 6, 2006.
GOES-N Mission Overview:
The satellite is the first in the GOES N-P series of spacecraft that will continuously observe and measure meteorological phenomena in real time. The series will provide the meteorological community and atmospheric scientists improved observational and measurement data.
Chat Host Thomas Wrublewski's Biography:
Since 2002, Mr. Wrublewski has offered his technical and educational expertise to the GOES/POES education and public outreach effort by working with the Space Place team on a weather-related website for middle-school age children, as well as educational wall sheets, and newspaper and educator journal articles about GOES/POES-related science and technology.
Thomas Wrublewski received his Bachelor of Arts, with an emphasis in Geography, from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Campus (UMBC), his Maryland Teacher certification in Earth Science and General Science grades K-12 from UMBC, and has taken remote sensing courses at the University of Michigan and George Washington University. From 1975 to 1980, Mr. Wrublewski taught Earth science, life science, biology, and advanced Earth science at several schools in Maryland, and sponsored science clubs, science fairs, outdoors club, and a safety committee, among other school activities for students.
How to log in:
To learn more, visit Space Explorers' Online Chats page. The information for Thomas Wrublewski’s upcoming online chat will be posted Friday, March 24, 2006, after the chat with Dr. Tony England on Thursday, March 23, is completed.
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