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New Smithsonian Exhibits Highlight Climate Change

04/14/2006 8:30 AM

Planning a trip to Washington, D.C.? Then you may want to visit two new exhibits at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. "Atmosphere: Change in the Air" uses data from NASA's Aura satellite to describe the Earth's atmospheric composition and chemistry. "Arctic: A Friend Acting Strangely" uses data from NASA and NOAA to demonstrate how climate change has affected Arctic temperatures, sea ice and area life. Both exhibits are part of the Smithsonian's "Forces of Change" series. They open today (April 15) in time for the spring tourist season.

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