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On February 9, 1865, American photographer and pioneering weather scientist Wilson Alwyn Bentley was born. After experiencing the Vermont winter snows for almost two decades, Bentley followed his passion for capturing the beauty of snowflakes for others to share. He … Continue reading
A Case for Manned Lunar Missions
University of Saskatchewan, February 4, 2016: Scientist, physician, and world’s first neurologist in space, Dr Roberta Bondar spoke about how some physiological issues of long-term space flight would benefit from life studies in manned lunar missions. Something to … Continue reading