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Air Quality Awareness Week : April 28 - May 2, 2014

Discovery and Innovation

NASA’s Langley Research Center has a long history of leading science missions to better understand our Earth and the air we breathe. In support of Air Quality Awareness Week, we have put together a list of classroom resources. Whether you want to teach about ozone or just want to get students looking up to the sky and observing clouds, these activities and resources can help you do just that.

You can also tie into Air Quality Awareness Week’s daily themes and different NASA missions through Observe Your World (OYW). OYW is an Earth Science based blog geared toward the educational community and interested public. Check it out at:

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