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Friday February 22, 2013. ( Quiz 20 ). The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13. Classify the following marine organisms. zooplankton (floater). The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13. Classify the following marine organisms. diatoms (floaters). The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13.

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    1. FridayFebruary 22, 2013 (Quiz 20)

    2. The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13 Classify the following marine organisms. zooplankton (floater)

    3. The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13 Classify the following marine organisms. diatoms (floaters)

    4. The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13 Classify the following marine organisms. Clown Anemone Fish (nekton)

    5. The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13 Classify the following marine organisms. Octopus (nekton)

    6. The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13 Classify the following marine organisms. Fiddler crab (benthos)

    7. The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13 Classify the following marine organisms. Kelp and Crab (benthos)

    8. The Launch Pad Friday, 2/22/13 Sea anemone (benthos) Classify the following marine organisms.

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    11. Recent Events in Science 'Vulcan' Warps Into Lead in Pluto Moon Name Contest For William Shatner, the actor who portrayed "Star Trek" captain James T. Kirk, naming one of Pluto's moons "Vulcan" is the only logical choice, and more than 100,000 apparent Trek fans agree. Shatner proposed "Vulcan" as a potential name for one of Pluto's moons, the recently discovered P4 and P5, as part of the Pluto Rocks contest launched by the SETI Institute on Feb. 11. Now, Vulcan — which on Star Trek is the home planet of Kirk's pointy-eared first officer Spock — has a commanding lead worthy of Kirk, it seems. Pluto has five moons that astronomers currently know of. Scientists first caught sight of Pluto's largest moon Charon in 1978, but it was not until 2005 that astronomers discovered two other moons (Nix and Hydra) using the Hubble Space Telescope. The moon P5 was discovered in 2012, also using the Hubble telescope. The moon P4 was discovered in 2011. Read All About It! www.space.com/19871-pluto-moon-vulcan-star-trek.html

    12. Quiz 20