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Cemetery Profile: Cape Canaveral National Cemetery

Edited by Jesse Collier Sutterley

Featuring Cemetery Director Don Murphy and Volunteer Priscilla Southworth, one of the newest National Cemeteries in the United States, Cape Canaveral National Cemetery provides most of its honored veteran internments with a Caisson team. Many cemetery volunteer groups, including the "Cape Canaveral Ladies," ensure no veteran is buried alone. Made in partnership with the National Cemetery Administration, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Women in Science: Iliana Nossa (The Ionosphere)

Directed by Daniel Bernardi

At Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, Iliana Nossa studies the ionosphere. This short films tells the story of Columbian researcher Iliana Nossa as she explains her study of the ever-changing universe, Arecibo's technology and data, and her role as a woman among her male colleagues. She studies the ionospheric irregularities that impact terrestrial communication.

Cemetery Profile: San Antonio National Cemetery

Edited by Natalya Sharapova

Featuring Cemetery Director,Aubrey David, dating back to 1835 the San Antonio National Cemetery is the final resting place of Texans from the Revolutionary War, Indian Wars, Civil War, Spanish American War, WWI, WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War. Made in partnership with the National Cemetery Administration, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Women in Science: Anne Virkki (Near Earth Asteroids)

Edited by Daniel Jamieson

Originally from Finland, Research Scientist Anne Virkki investigates her ongoing studies on asteroids and their threat to humanity. At Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, Anne Virkki shares her educational experience and the study of radio signals of asteroids, their shape, size, and surface.