Presentation on theme: "Butterflies in Space November 22, 2009 For additional resources or to learn more about the Butterflies in Space project, visit www.bioedonline.org.www.bioedonline.org."— Presentation transcript:
Butterflies in Space November 22, 2009 For additional resources or to learn more about the Butterflies in Space project, visit www.bioedonline.org.www.bioedonline.org Butterflies in Space is a cooperative effort of the following organizations. BioServe Space Technologies, University of Colorado: www.colorado.edu/engineering/BioServewww.colorado.edu/engineering/BioServe Center for Educational Outreach, Baylor College of Medicine: www.bcm.edu/edoutreachwww.bcm.edu/edoutreach Butterfly Pavilion: www.butterflies.orgwww.butterflies.org Orions Quest: www.orionsquest.org/v3www.orionsquest.org/v3 Challenger Learning Center of Colorado: www.clccs.orgwww.clccs.org National Space Biomedical Research Institute: www.nsbri.orgwww.nsbri.org Office of the Chief Scientist, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): www.nasa.govwww.nasa.gov Butterflies in Space is supported by National Space Biomedical Research Institute through NASA NCC 9-58, and by Houston Endowment Inc., and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Photo credit: NASA/BioServe, University of Colorado
Butterfly Habitat: International Space Station View 1 – Wide Angle
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