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01/28/2017
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 22-28 January 2017
Do you have "a good eye?" How do you see? What do you look for? The more we observe, the more we attune our eye. Sights, views and more in this week's roundup.  >>

01/21/2017
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 15-21 January 2017
Winter is in full swing around the world and whether you live in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere, no doubt you are experiencing lots of weather, be it rain, snow, high winds, or just plain hot.  >>

01/14/2017
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 8-14 January 2017
Friday was #NationalTechnologyDay and this week is not without its technology showstoppers and well, just plain showstoppers (see the image above). Read all about it in this week's roundup.  >>

01/07/2017
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 1-7 January 2017
Happy New Year, everyone. Make some plans for your week, for your year and be sure to include #NASAGO. A few things to explore in this week's roundup.  >>

12/31/2016
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 25-31 December 2016
It's holiday time. What enchants you? For me, it is optimism. A hopeful outlook. May the new year find you all well and happy.  >>

12/24/2016
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 18-24 December 2016
Winter is officially here. A few things to do, observe and listen to in this week's roundup.  >>

12/17/2016
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 11-17 December 2016
Are you well-informed? Are you good company? Getting ready for some gatherings with friends and family for the holidays or before the end of the year?  >>

12/10/2016
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 4-10 December 2016
A question, a couple of space missions to remember, a few notable scientists, and more in this week's roundup.  >>

12/04/2016
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 27 November- 4 December 2016
Transcend. This word is special to me. It means to "go beyond."  >>

11/26/2016
NASA GLOBE Observer’s Weekly Roundup: 20-26 November 2016
What if? Why? How? Questions are all a part of the scientific method. Space missions are sent to answer questions about our world and about our Universe. Keep reading to learn about a few thinkers and about a new space mission that will help us understand more about weather, and clouds. This and more in this week’s roundup.  >>