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The Experience of Earth From SpaceThursday, August 8, 1991Authored by:
Viewing Earth from space provides a much-needed platform for understanding global change issues. As a former astronaut logging 1600 space flight hours, Jack Lousma is well-equiped to describe the process of space travel and the benefits of viewing Earth from space. In this lecture, Lousma recounts his experience as an astronaut and the lessons about Earth he has learned.
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