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Solar System Ambassadors Carry Comets to the Masses
Who are the Solar System Ambassadors? They are the nearly 500 men and women across the country who bring the excitement of NASA space exploration to millions of people each year. You may want to find the nearest one to your community.

Ambassador James Butts talks with visitors at JPL's Open House (Click to enlarge) Ambassador John Reiss with Director Charles Elachi at JPL's Open House (Click to enlarge)
Ambassador Scott Roberts with Director Charles Elachi at JPL's Open House (Click to enlarge) Ambassador Craig Ihde with Director Charles Elachi at JPL's Open House (Click to enlarge)
Top left: Ambassador James Butts talks with visitors at JPL's Open House.
Other images: Ambassadors John Reiss (top right), Scott Roberts (bottom left), and Craig Ihde (bottom right) pictured with JPL's Director, Dr. Charles Elachi, at Open House.
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