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Cuesta Library Virtual Book Club: Words of Change: March 2021: Handprints on Hubble

Cuesta Library Virtual Book Club: Words of Change

Cuesta Library Virtual Book Club

Handprints on Hubble

The Cuesta library has print copies at SLO and NCC.  Email to determine availability.

Author: Kathryn D. Sullivan

Kathryn Sullivan talks

Reviews of Handprints on Hubble

Hubble Space Telescope

  Who is the telescope named for?

   Edwin Hubble bio from Britannica

Celebrate Pi Day with NASA

10 Ways to Celebrate Pi Day with NASA on March 14 – NASA Solar System Exploration

How much pi do you need?. For simplicity, pi is often rounded to 3.14, but its digits go on forever and don’t appear to have any repeating patterns. While people have made it a challenge to memorize record-breaking digits of pi or create computer programs to calculate them, you really don’t need that many digits for most calculations – even at NASA.

Women Astronauts