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Thursday Nights @ the (Virtual) Museum continues this week with look at air quality

"The Air We Breathe: On Front Range Air Quality,"  with National Center for Atmospheric Research scientists Frank Flocke and Gabi Pfister, will be streamed at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
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Residents interested in finding out what’s in the air they breathe, how far it travels, and what is known about the origin of Front Range pollution can learn more about it later this week during a virtual event presented by the Longmont Museum.

"The Air We Breathe: On Front Range Air Quality,"  with National Center for Atmospheric Research scientists Frank Flocke and Gabi Pfister, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday also will include a look at the technology used by NCAR to measure local air pollution, according to an email newsletter from the museum.

The online program is being presented for free in collaboration with NCAR’s Explorer Series and the city of Longmont’s Sustainability program.

The program will be broadcast on Facebook Live, LongmontPublicMedia.org and Comcast channel 8/880.

The event is part of the Thursday Nights @ the (Virtual) Museum series, which continues through April 29.