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Exploratorium Science at America's Cup
San Diego Race Weather Report (Webcast)
Date: November 25, 2011
Running Time: 00:01:33

Weather plays a large role in sailing! Join us as we pay a visit to the National Weather Service station in San Diego to catch a glimpse into the future weather patterns that will effect the America's Cup Races.
Join Exploratorium science educators as they investigate the world of oceans and sailing! We will be posting a short series of pieces from the America's Cup trials in San Diego, California this November, 2011.

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00:03:18
North Pacific Gyre (Clip)
11/26/2011   
Join the Exploratorium crew on a visit to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, where we will l ...
 
00:01:33
San Diego Race Weather Report (Webcast)
11/25/2011   
Weather plays a large role in sailing! Join us as we pay a visit to the National Weather Servic ...
 
04:17
Science of Sailing 102: Tip Don't Flip! (Clip)
11/25/2011   
How do the America's Cup boats sail on just one hull? Why do they sometimes capsize? Explor ...
 
04:55
Green Sea Turtles (Clip)
11/25/2011   
There are green sea turtles in San Diego Bay? Where did they come from? Do they really live over ...
 
02:50
Wind Modeling (Clip)
11/25/2011   
The Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (http://sccoos.org/) gathers live data abo ...