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1 # A new visualization laboratory helps scientists depict their results in three-dimensional animated form. Meanwhile, the NCAR Graphics program, developed earlier in the decade, broadens its user base with a UNIX-compatible version. Task: Volleyball has three dimensions as well - - using your hands only, you must complete a bump, set, and spike over the net with the beach ball provided. # A new visualization laboratory helps scientists depict their results in three-dimensional animated form. Meanwhile, the NCAR Graphics program, developed earlier in the decade, broadens its user base with a UNIX-compatible version. Task: Volleyball has three dimensions as well - - using your hands only, you must complete a bump, set, and spike over the net with the beach ball provided A new visualization laboratory helps scientists depict their results in three-dimensional animated form. Meanwhile, the NCAR Graphics program, developed earlier in the decade, broadens its user base with a UNIX-compatible version. Task: Volleyball has three dimensions as well - - using your hands only, you must complete a bump, set, and spike over the net with the beach ball provided A new visualization laboratory helps scientists depict their results in three-dimensional animated form. Meanwhile, the NCAR Graphics program, developed earlier in the decade, broadens its user base with a UNIX-compatible version. Task: Volleyball has three dimensions as well - - using your hands only, you must complete a bump, set, and spike over the net with the beach ball provided.

2 # A new visualization laboratory helps scientists depict their results in three-dimensional animated form. Meanwhile, the NCAR Graphics program, developed earlier in the decade, broadens its user base with a UNIX-compatible version. Task: Volleyball has three dimensions as well - - using your hands only, you must complete a bump, set, and spike over the net with the beach ball provided.

3 1965 September 27, 1965 was the date that Donald Lenschow began working for NCAR nearly 46 years ago. Donald, Charles Knight, and Warren Washington are the three employees that have been here the longest. Task: Find Dr. Lenschow in the CG Library. He will give you the instructions to finish your task September 27, 1965 was the date that Donald Lenschow began working for NCAR nearly 46 years ago. Donald, Charles Knight, and Warren Washington are the three employees that have been here the longest. Task: Find Dr. Lenschow in the CG Library. He will give you the instructions to finish your task September 27, 1965 was the date that Donald Lenschow began working for NCAR nearly 46 years ago. Donald, Charles Knight, and Warren Washington are the three employees that have been here the longest. Task: Find Dr. Lenschow in the CG Library. He will give you the instructions to finish your task September 27, 1965 was the date that Donald Lenschow began working for NCAR nearly 46 years ago. Donald, Charles Knight, and Warren Washington are the three employees that have been here the longest. Task: Find Dr. Lenschow in the CG Library. He will give you the instructions to finish your task. #2

4 1965 September 27, 1965 was the date that Donald Lenschow began working for NCAR nearly 46 years ago. Donald, Charles Knight, and Warren Washington are the three employees that have been here the longest. Task: Find Dr. Lenschow in the CG Library. He will give you the instructions to finish your task. #2

5 1975 At the 55 th annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Denver, NCAR scientist Margaret (Peggy) LeMone organizes the first-ever AMS session on the role of women in atmospheric sciences. In 1992, LeMone becomes NCAR’s first female senior scientist. Task: Complete the quiz. You must get 7 of the 10 correct. You will have 3 chances. # At the 55 th annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Denver, NCAR scientist Margaret (Peggy) LeMone organizes the first-ever AMS session on the role of women in atmospheric sciences. In 1992, LeMone becomes NCAR’s first female senior scientist. Task: Complete the quiz. You must get 7 of the 10 correct. You will have 3 chances At the 55 th annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Denver, NCAR scientist Margaret (Peggy) LeMone organizes the first-ever AMS session on the role of women in atmospheric sciences. In 1992, LeMone becomes NCAR’s first female senior scientist. Task: Complete the quiz. You must get 7 of the 10 correct. You will have 3 chances At the 55 th annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Denver, NCAR scientist Margaret (Peggy) LeMone organizes the first-ever AMS session on the role of women in atmospheric sciences. In 1992, LeMone becomes NCAR’s first female senior scientist. Task: Complete the quiz. You must get 7 of the 10 correct. You will have 3 chances. #3

6 1975 At the 55 th annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Denver, NCAR scientist Margaret (Peggy) LeMone organizes the first-ever AMS session on the role of women in atmospheric sciences. In 1992, LeMone becomes NCAR’s first female senior scientist. Task: Complete the quiz. You must get 7 of the 10 correct. You will have 3 chances. #3

7 The Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment (VORTEX) canvasses the southern Great Plains over two consecutive summers, deploying people and instruments from NCAR and over a dozen other participants. VORTEX captures tornado formation – and at times, its surprising failure –from the ground and the air in greater detail than ever before. Task: Recreate a Tornado in the bottle – you must select only the “correct” materials from the products provided. # The Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment (VORTEX) canvasses the southern Great Plains over two consecutive summers, deploying people and instruments from NCAR and over a dozen other participants. VORTEX captures tornado formation – and at times, its surprising failure –from the ground and the air in greater detail than ever before. Task: Recreate a Tornado in the bottle – you must select only the “correct” materials from the products provided The Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment (VORTEX) canvasses the southern Great Plains over two consecutive summers, deploying people and instruments from NCAR and over a dozen other participants. VORTEX captures tornado formation – and at times, its surprising failure –from the ground and the air in greater detail than ever before. Task: Recreate a Tornado in the bottle – you must select only the “correct” materials from the products provided The Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment (VORTEX) canvasses the southern Great Plains over two consecutive summers, deploying people and instruments from NCAR and over a dozen other participants. VORTEX captures tornado formation – and at times, its surprising failure –from the ground and the air in greater detail than ever before. Task: Recreate a Tornado in the bottle – you must select only the “correct” materials from the products provided. #4

8 The Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment (VORTEX) canvasses the southern Great Plains over two consecutive summers, deploying people and instruments from NCAR and over a dozen other participants. VORTEX captures tornado formation – and at times, its surprising failure –from the ground and the air in greater detail than ever before. Task: Recreate a Tornado in the bottle – you must select only the “correct” materials from the products provided. #4

9 # At Palestine, Texas, NCAR opens its National Scientific Balloon Facility, which remains part of UCAR into the 1980s. Task: Each team will be given ONLY one balloon. You must blow it up, tie the end, and then pop it by sitting on it At Palestine, Texas, NCAR opens its National Scientific Balloon Facility, which remains part of UCAR into the 1980s. Task: Each team will be given ONLY one balloon. You must blow it up, tie the end, and then pop it by sitting on it At Palestine, Texas, NCAR opens its National Scientific Balloon Facility, which remains part of UCAR into the 1980s. Task: Each team will be given ONLY one balloon. You must blow it up, tie the end, and then pop it by sitting on it At Palestine, Texas, NCAR opens its National Scientific Balloon Facility, which remains part of UCAR into the 1980s. Task: Each team will be given ONLY one balloon. You must blow it up, tie the end, and then pop it by sitting on it. #5

10 1963 At Palestine, Texas, NCAR opens its National Scientific Balloon Facility, which remains part of UCAR into the 1980s. Task: Each team will be given ONLY one balloon. You must blow it up, tie the end, and then pop it by sitting on it. #5

11 1960s In the early 1960s, Walter Orr Roberts had high aspirations both for the new center and for the structure that was to house it. Of the possible land parcels available for NCAR, the dramatic Table Mesa top was the clear favorite. However, before NCAR could lay claim to the site, a major political hurdle had to be surmounted since Boulder voters had amended the city's charter in 1959 to include a "blue line" above which city water would not be supplied. The NCAR site was located above this line. Task: Using only your hands, take the water from the buckets and fill the bottle just above the blue line. 1960s In the early 1960s, Walter Orr Roberts had high aspirations both for the new center and for the structure that was to house it. Of the possible land parcels available for NCAR, the dramatic Table Mesa top was the clear favorite. However, before NCAR could lay claim to the site, a major political hurdle had to be surmounted since Boulder voters had amended the city's charter in 1959 to include a "blue line" above which city water would not be supplied. The NCAR site was located above this line. Task: Using only your hands, take the water from the buckets and fill the bottle just above the blue line. 1960s In the early 1960s, Walter Orr Roberts had high aspirations both for the new center and for the structure that was to house it. Of the possible land parcels available for NCAR, the dramatic Table Mesa top was the clear favorite. However, before NCAR could lay claim to the site, a major political hurdle had to be surmounted since Boulder voters had amended the city's charter in 1959 to include a "blue line" above which city water would not be supplied. The NCAR site was located above this line. Task: Using only your hands, take the water from the buckets and fill the bottle just above the blue line. 1960s In the early 1960s, Walter Orr Roberts had high aspirations both for the new center and for the structure that was to house it. Of the possible land parcels available for NCAR, the dramatic Table Mesa top was the clear favorite. However, before NCAR could lay claim to the site, a major political hurdle had to be surmounted since Boulder voters had amended the city's charter in 1959 to include a "blue line" above which city water would not be supplied. The NCAR site was located above this line. Task: Using only your hands, take the water from the buckets and fill the bottle just above the blue line. #6

12 1960s In the early 1960s, Walter Orr Roberts had high aspirations both for the new center and for the structure that was to house it. Of the possible land parcels available for NCAR, the dramatic Table Mesa top was the clear favorite. However, before NCAR could lay claim to the site, a major political hurdle had to be surmounted since Boulder voters had amended the city's charter in 1959 to include a "blue line" above which city water would not be supplied. The NCAR site was located above this line. Task: Using only your hands, take the water from the buckets and fill the bottle just above the blue line. #6

13 1999 Scientists at San Francisco State University, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the Anglo-Australian Telescope, and NCAR use helioseismologic data to infer for the first time the presence of multiple planets around a Sun-like star, Upsilon Andromeda. Task: Identify all NINE (9) planets and place them in the correct order starting with the one closest to the Sun. You will have two attempts to get this correct Scientists at San Francisco State University, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the Anglo-Australian Telescope, and NCAR use helioseismologic data to infer for the first time the presence of multiple planets around a Sun-like star, Upsilon Andromeda. Task: Identify all NINE (9) planets and place them in the correct order starting with the one closest to the Sun. You will have two attempts to get this correct Scientists at San Francisco State University, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the Anglo-Australian Telescope, and NCAR use helioseismologic data to infer for the first time the presence of multiple planets around a Sun-like star, Upsilon Andromeda. Task: Identify all NINE (9) planets and place them in the correct order starting with the one closest to the Sun. You will have two attempts to get this correct Scientists at San Francisco State University, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the Anglo-Australian Telescope, and NCAR use helioseismologic data to infer for the first time the presence of multiple planets around a Sun-like star, Upsilon Andromeda. Task: Identify all NINE (9) planets and place them in the correct order starting with the one closest to the Sun. You will have two attempts to get this correct. #7

14 1999 Scientists at San Francisco State University, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the Anglo-Australian Telescope, and NCAR use helioseismologic data to infer for the first time the presence of multiple planets around a Sun-like star, Upsilon Andromeda. Task: Identify all NINE (9) planets and place them in the correct order starting with the one closest to the Sun. You will have two attempts to get this correct. #7

15 1999 Mauna Loa Solar Observatory opens. This station provides solar research around the world with data from an increasingly sophisticated series of coronametes and other sensors. Task: Assemble a lei with the loose flowers. Tie the hula skirt to one person’s waist and place completed lei around neck. Do the hula! # Mauna Loa Solar Observatory opens. This station provides solar research around the world with data from an increasingly sophisticated series of coronametes and other sensors. Task: Assemble a lei with the loose flowers. Tie the hula skirt to one person’s waist and place completed lei around neck. Do the hula! 1999 Mauna Loa Solar Observatory opens. This station provides solar research around the world with data from an increasingly sophisticated series of coronametes and other sensors. Task: Assemble a lei with the loose flowers. Tie the hula skirt to one person’s waist and place completed lei around neck. Do the hula! 1999 Mauna Loa Solar Observatory opens. This station provides solar research around the world with data from an increasingly sophisticated series of coronametes and other sensors. Task: Assemble a lei with the loose flowers. Tie the hula skirt to one person’s waist and place completed lei around neck. Do the hula!

16 1999 Mauna Loa Solar Observatory opens. This station provides solar research around the world with data from an increasingly sophisticated series of coronametes and other sensors. Task: Assemble a lei with the loose flowers. Tie the hula skirt to one person’s waist and place completed lei around neck. Do the hula! #8

17 1973 NCAR conducts the first high-altitude balloon flight aimed at sampling stratospheric air and analyzing it for the presence of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) emitted from spray cans and other sources. Task: Fly a kite and keep it up in the air for one (1) minute continuously. # NCAR conducts the first high-altitude balloon flight aimed at sampling stratospheric air and analyzing it for the presence of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) emitted from spray cans and other sources. Task: Fly a kite and keep it up in the air for one (1) minute continuously NCAR conducts the first high-altitude balloon flight aimed at sampling stratospheric air and analyzing it for the presence of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) emitted from spray cans and other sources. Task: Fly a kite and keep it up in the air for one (1) minute continuously NCAR conducts the first high-altitude balloon flight aimed at sampling stratospheric air and analyzing it for the presence of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) emitted from spray cans and other sources. Task: Fly a kite and keep it up in the air for one (1) minute continuously. #9

18 1973 NCAR conducts the first high-altitude balloon flight aimed at sampling stratospheric air and analyzing it for the presence of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) emitted from spray cans and other sources. Task: Fly a kite and keep it up in the air for one (1) minute continuously. #9


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