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Jaquelin Erazo

Jaquelin Erazo, a CUNY AstroCom NYC student, measures light intensity as a function of distance.

Credit: K. E. Saavik Ford, BMCC-CUNY/AMNH


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Fabienne Bastien

Fabienne Bastien is but one example of how NSF PAARE partnerships help minority students excel in astronomy and astrophysics.

Credit: Richard Greene, Vanderbilt University


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Charles Kurgatt standing next to mountains

PAARE funding supports summer internships that include visits to places like Kitt Peak National Observatory, which can be spectacular on many levels. Shown is Charles Kurgatt, a PAARE intern and SCSU student.

Credit: Donald Walter, South Carolina State University


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SCSU PAARE faculty and students talking with the public at a community outreach project

SCSU PAARE faculty and students (right) talk with two members of the general public (left) during the Venus Transit in June 2012. The PAARE project sponsored telescope observation of the event for the public and members of the campus community.

Credit: Donald Walter, South Carolina State University


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