4 Colorado towns make best fall colors list
“I think it’s a political decision more than a scientific or a technical decision, and the best time to travel question is, ‘Do we want to invest the resources there to do it?’ I’m hoping we will,” Jakosky said. But as humankind’s focus moves farther into space, scientists say the greatest value of such research remains in its applications to the one planet they know contains life. “I think we’re seeing an intense interest in understanding our environment here on Earth,” Jakosky said. “People are interested in understanding climate change and the potential role of humans in changing the climate,” he said. “Studying the Earth from space is going to be one of the key areas in the future. We want to understand what is happening on the planet, and that is to be studied globally from space.” Less ‘Battlestar Gallactica,’ more diversity Those contemplating the future of space exploration and related research do so against the backdrop of dwindling federal dollars designated for that purpose. NASA’s budget request for 2015 was for $17.46 billion, down from the $17.65 billion it was awarded in 2014 and considerably less than the $18.4 billion it was appropriated in 2011.
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Cliff views to rival the Grand Canyon | Fox News
Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs 4 Colorado towns make best fall colors list Allison Sylte, 5:49 p.m. MDT September 20, 2014 The changing leaves in Glenwood Springs (Photo: Matt Renoux, KUSA) 542 CONNECT 8 TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENTEMAILMORE KUSA Twenty percent of the top 20 places to see fall colors according to Travel and Leisure are in the Centennial State. Snowmass Village came in at No. 8, followed by Glenwood Springs at No. 10, Estes Park at No.
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Rivier University exhibit to feature castings of historic sculptures | New Hampshire A&E
Exhibits like the one being shown at Rivier now celebrate both Capronis talent and craftsmanship and the contribution he and his fellow casters made to art and art history. The Art Gallery at Rivier University is on the second floor of Memorial Hall and is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., and on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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Frazier Photolibrary, Inc. / Alamy No list of incredible cliffs would be complete without the Grand Canyon. The majestic attraction runs along 277 miles of the Colorado River and is up to a mile deep and 18 miles wide. Peering out at the canyon walls offers colorful views of three of the four eras of geological time. For an even more thrilling experience, wander over to the glass-bottomed Grand Canyon Skywalk. The horseshoe-shaped bridge juts out 70 feet from the canyons wall and rises 4,000 feet above the Colorado River 5. Cabo Girao – Madeira, Portugal Jan Wlodarczyk / Alamy This steep sea cliff looms over the southern coast of Madeira, an island in the archipelago of the same name.
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