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Nov. 20, 2001

John Bluck

NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.

Phone: 650/604-5026 or 604-9000

e-mail logo jbluck@mail.arc.nasa.gov


NOTE TO EDITORS: 01-90AR

NASA AMES DISTRIBUTES NEWS RELEASES IN SPANISH WITH E-MAIL SERVICE

The NASA Ames Research Center newsroom today began a service to distribute Spanish translations of selected Ames news releases via e-mail to the news media and the public beginning with this note to editors.

Members of the Spanish language media, the public and educators are encouraged to subscribe to the Ames automated e-mail system, Ames-noticias, to get information more quickly and in a more useful format. This is part of a broader Ames effort to reach out to the Bay Area’s Spanish-speaking community.

People may subscribe or remove their e-mail addresses from the system by e-mailing a request. To receive Ames news releases in Spanish via e-mail, send an e-mail with the word ‘subscribe’ in the subject line to: ames-noticias-request@lists.arc.nasa.gov. To unsubscribe, send an email to the same address with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line. Also, the NASA Ames News Home Page at URL, http://amesnews.arc.nasa.gov includes some news releases in Spanish and JPEG images in AP Leaf Desk format minus embedded captions.

NASA Ames, located in Silicon Valley, is the agency’s Center of Excellence for Information Technology (IT). IT is a key, enabling technology with respect to nearly all current and future NASA missions. Ames also conducts research in a large number of areas, including astrobiology; life, Earth and space sciences; and aviation systems, safety and capacity.

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