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Researchers who use Google Earth, the virtual globe, map, and geographical information program, just got a boost from the company, which has granted UCAR/NCAR a number of free Google Earth Pro licenses for use by staff.

Staff who fly the friendly skies can also now fly the open skies. Due to a recent change in federal regulations, UCAR can take advantage of “Open Skies” agreements that allow for travel using government funds on some foreign air carriers.

As part of the UCAR/NCAR’s 50th anniversary celebrations, a time capsule centered on the theme “What was life like in 2010 at UCAR/NCAR?” has been filled with more than 90 items that provide a snapshot of the organization.

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Staff rang in the holidays and celebrated each other's accomplishments at the 2010 UCAR Awards Ceremony and Holiday Party, held at Center Green on December 10.

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On September 6, the Boulder County Communications Center received a radio call at about 10:00 a.m.

The Mesa Mile construction project, which ran from early August through early November, was nearly as smooth as the new asphalt that’s now on the road.

Rumors of the discontinuation of the Delphi Service found their way to the Staff Notes office. We’d like to clarify that these rumors are exactly that—rumors—as Delphi is alive and well.

On October 5, the UCAR Board of Trustees surprised Rick Anthes and 400 other attendees at the organization’s 50th anniversary dinner by announcing a new name for 3375 Mitchell Lane: the Anthes Building.

A cross section of UCAR/NCAR retirees, veteran staff, and university faculty converge

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