We’re all homeschoolers now—and this year more than ever, we need your help to support digital learning. In the midst of this pandemic, the only libraries that are still completely functional are digital. Students, teachers, researchers, and readers around the world are turning to their screens, and the Internet Archive is hard at work providing access to books that were locked away. For just $20, we can purchase, digitize, and preserve a book forever, making it available throughout the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
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Spitzer seen against the infrared sky. The band of light is the glowing dust emission from the Milky Way galaxy seen at 100 microns (as seen by the IRAS/COBE missions). The disk of the Milky Way near the Rho Ophiuchi star formation region extends behind Spitzer.