Astronaut and NOAA head Kathy Sullivan, Indira Gandhi's legacy and beating the winter blahs

from  Nerdette

Jan 20, 2015

We talk to the first U.S. woman to walk in space: Kathy Sullivan. Now she's in charge of NOAA and leads research on everything from the bottom of the ocean to the surface of the sun. We get to know Indira Gandhi on the anniversary of her election as Prime Minister of India. And we dig up a recipe for beating the winter blahs from Mike Royko.

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