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What comes to mind when you think about America’s national parks? Rivers, mountains, geysers – the special geological features that make each park unique. But light from our cities is making dark skies and the stars they hold disappear.
Now that Kepler has found more than 2,000 planets orbiting other stars and the K2 mission keeps adding to the tally, scientists are eager for a closer look. They’re exploring a number of ways to find Earth’s twin and maybe discover where E.T. lives.
The plains of Kansas are light-years away from Kepler’s otherworldly discoveries. But Kansas native and Ball detector engineering area manager Penny Warren became a bit like the Wizard of Oz this summer when she gave a Kepler talk to an engaged audience of adults and K-12 students at the Galaxy Forum in the Kansas Cosmosphere in Hutchinson, Kansas.
The Ball Foundation recently renewed its commitment to being an American Red Cross Disaster Responder.
The Crowler movement is picking up steam in North America.
More and more craft breweries are offering Crowlers as a takeaway beer option.
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