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Public Outreach

Booklets

For purposes of science education, STEL publishes booklets on many topics in space science. These publications include comic books written by the popular cartoonist "Hayanon," featuring humorous characters and explaining scientific themes in a friendly way. The booklets are suitable for the general public as well as for school children. STEL publishes these booklets in collaboration with the CAWSES project of SCOSTEP. "Blank" balloon versions which will enable translation to other languages are available at the website: http://www.bu.edu/cawses/capacity.html.

What is the Aurora?! What is the Geomagnetic Field?! What is the Ozone Hole?! What is the Solar Wind?!
What is the Aurora?! What is the Geomagnetic Field?! What is the Geomagnetic Field?! What is the Geomagnetic Field?!
What is
Global Warming?!
What are
Cosmic Rays?!
What are
the Polar Regions?!
What is the Upper Atmosphere?!
What is the Sun-Climate Relationship?
What is the Sun-Climate Relationship?


Open House

STEL opens its research facilities to tours by groups of school children, students and local companies. The Laboratory also conducts an Open House once a year, typically in June. Many visitors of all ages observe firsthand the work of the four research Divisions and Geospace Research Center, and enjoy the excitement of scientific discoveries. Additionally, we provide an Open House at the Kiso Station every August.

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