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PHYSICS at the EDGE of SPACE

SPS Internship 2010 | Presented August 3, 2010
by Raina Khatri on 4 August 2010

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Transcript of PHYSICS at the EDGE of SPACE

Who am I?
Center for the History of Physics
The Edge of Space Exhibit
The Process
The Product
Acknowledgments
Physics at the Edge of Space
SPS Internship 2010
Presented August 3, 2010
by Raina Khatri
SPS Internship 2009
AIP's Center for History of Physics works to preserve and make known the historical record of modern physics and allied sciences. Through documentation, archival collections and educational initiatives, the Center ensures that the heritage of modern physics is safeguarded and its story accurately told.
Online Exhibits
Started in1995
For students or interested readers
http://www.aip.org/history/exhibits.html
Read stuff
Write stuff
Edit stuff
Delete stuff
Read more stuff
Background Reading
What is the edge of space?
Who studied it?
Why?
Science, biography, history
Content
Choosing what matters

Finding the best stories

Writing them well

Helpful images

Image permissions

Fact checking
Gregory Good, advisor
Ada Uzoma, web designer
Amy Fisher
Steph, Joe, Scott, Julie and the rest of the library staff
Kendra Redmond, Gary White, Jack Hehn, and the rest of the SPS staff
Thank you!
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