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European Office of Aerospace Research and Development (EOARD)
United States Air Force [US Air Force]

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please send email to abkebede@gmail.com


Listed below are our partners... Please contact Dr. Abebe Kebede for partnering opportunities

The goal of MAGDAS is to become the most comprehensive ground-based monitoring system of the earth's magnetic field. It does not compete  with space-based observation. Rather, this ground-based network complements observation from space. Contact: Professor Kiyohumi YUMOTO, Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University, (yumoto@serc.kyushu-u.ac.jp Fax: +81-92-642-4403 / Phone: +81-92-642-4403), Japan


African Scientific Network Educators without borders: Empowering the African faculty members and students through networking and information (Contact: Dr. Abebe Kebede: abkebede @ gmail . com)

The AIM Education and Public Outreach program will use the striking images of PMCs to motivate interest, learning, and a deeper understanding of the issues surrounding changes in our atmosphere. The visible manifestation of PMCs provides an unprecedented and unique opportunity to utilize AIM data in both formal and informal education. Through collaborations with informal education organizations AIM outreach will assist with educating the public about the environmental implications associated with the data, and therefore, aid in creating a scientifically literate workforce capable of making educated decisions related to environmental policies and laws. Each of the AIM informal education collaborations will have a long-term impact reaching out to parents and children in an informal setting for years to come. (Contact: Dr. Scott Bailey, bailey @ vt. edu )