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ADTO # 88 - November 23, 1999

PART 1: Upcoming Chat
PART 2: The Aerodynamics of Things that Spin
PART 3: Happy Thanksgiving


UPCOMING CHATS

QuestChats require pre-registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration
is at:  http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/aero/chats/#chatting

Friday, December 17, 1999 10 AM - 11 AM Pacific
Aerospace Team Online QuestChat with the Wright Brothers

Step into the QuestChat "time machine" to chat with Orville & Wilbur
Wright in celebration of their 96th anniversary of the first successful,
powered, piloted flight in history.


THE AERODYNAMICS OF THINGS THAT SPIN

A WebCast /Chat from NASA Ames Research Center

featuring Dr. Earl Duque and Joe Jordan

Wednesday, December 1, 1999 10 AM PST

Join us for a fun-filled hour of demonstrations, videos and explanations
about things that spin. You can ask questions in the chat room and Earl
and Joe will answer them. Dr. Duque is a research scientist who uses
computers to study the aerodynamics of helicopters, rotorcraft, and wind
turbines.

Go to 
http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/aero/events/spin for more information on
this event.


HAPPY THANKSGIVING

Hope we catch you before you take off for the holiday. Here at Aerospace Team we have a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving.

Thanks for NASA Management who have the vision to support sharing the   
excitement of airplanes and spacecraft with young people.

Thanks for enthusiastic experts who take time out of their stressful
research schedules to share their work with classrooms!

Thanks for teachers who understand that the Internet brings new
opportunities and share this with students!

Thanks for young minds interested in learning.

Thanks for the SR71 and Orville and Wilbur, and 757's to bring us home
for the turkey dinner.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Susan Lee
 
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