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Pluto, the most famous Kuiper belt object, and the topic of one of our new CosmoAcademy classes. [Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI]

Pluto, the most famous Kuiper belt object, and the topic of one of our new CosmoAcademy classes. [Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI]

I’m pleased to announce the first CosmoAcademy classes for 2017! CosmoAcademy is where experts in various areas of astronomy and planetary science teach you in small online classes. In particular, we bring you specialized topics that you can’t get in other places, in an environment where you can get to know your instructor. Without further ado, our first two classes for the 2017 season:

For more about CosmoAcademy, see our Frequently-Asked Questions page. We hope to see you soon!

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