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Making a difference through the Shoemaker NEO Grants

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

18-03-2010 16:39 CDT

Topics: Planetary Society Projects, Shoemaker NEO Grants

Amir Alexander has just posted an update on the activities of the most recent winners of the Shoemaker NEO Grants. For just one example, Robert Holmes, of the Astronomical Research Institute in Charleston, Illinois, has taken more than 130,000 photos in near-Earth object tracking activities with the two cameras that Planetary Society members purchased for him through the Shoemaker grant program. Read all about Holmes and the other winners' recent activities!

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