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Subject:  September 11, 2001

 

Science@NASA is based in the United States, but among our many subscribers are a substantial number of readers from other countries. In recent days many of them have written to us expressing their sympathies and horror at the events of Sept. 11th. Their messages, attached below, reveal how the heart-breaking loss of life in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania touches everyone. The staff of Science@NASA extend our heartfelt condolences to the many victims of Tuesday's tragedy, and we thank our friends overseas for their kind messages of support as we resume, later today, our regular schedule of scientific story-telling.

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TO:  Ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
FROM:  inna_mar@XXXXXXXX.ru

Dear Mr. Koczor,

All of us are shocked by the awful events that have occurred yesterday in New York and in Washington and we wish to extend our sympathy to you and your colleagues.


If there is any way that we can help, please let us know.

Sincerely,

Inna
Mardanyan
Moscow
, Russia


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TO: Ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
FROM: gushat@XXXXXXX.ru
Dear friends,
Your colleagues from Paleontological Institute of Moscow are with you.
Our sympathy, thoughts and support are yours. And will always be.

Best regards,

Alexei Rzanov, Galina Ushatinskaya, and all colleagues from
Moscow

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TO: Ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
FROM:  snassopoulou@XXXXXXX.gr

Dear Ron,

We are very sorry and really left astonished and speechless with terrorism struck US yesterday. We sincerely wish and hope that everything is OK for you and all the American colleagues and families.
Yours,

Sophia
Athens,
Greece

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TO: phillips@spacescience.com
FROM:  tony.taggett@XXXXXXX.uk
Dear Dr Phillips

As my only point of contact with the United States is through your
science@NASA website, I would like to express my heartfelt condolences to the American people, our thoughts and prayers especially go out to the relatives and friends of those who perished in the awful events that occurred yesterday.

Yours Sincerely,

Tony Aggett
United Kingdom

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TO:  ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
FROM: mmazzolini@XXXXXX.au

We would like to offer our deepfelt sympathy, concern and prayers to our friends and colleagues in the US at this dreadful time,

Margaret and Alex Mazzolini
Melbourne, Australia

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TO: ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
FROM:  omaro@XXXXXX.kz

We are absolutely shocked by horrible events in the
U.S. It is
unbelievable...Accept my condolences...Today our world has changed.   What will happen to our world?
Take care,

Prof Omarov
Alma Aty, Khazakstan

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TO: ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
FROM:  cofXXXXX@home.com

As the President of CANADIAN Environmental Science and Research Group and on behalf of the Team of CESAR Group I would like to send our heart felt sorrow to those family members who lost relatives in these vicious and despicable attacks on democracy. God Bless
America!

Jack Pender
Canada

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From: Rafael Cárdenas Santacruz
To: Ronald.J.Koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
 
Sincere greetings Dr. Koczor, Ron

Together with my family, we feel very sorry for the regrettable incidents in New York. We are with you with all our hearts.

Rafael Cardenas Santacruz
Scientific Technician
Bogota, Columbia

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TO: Ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov
FROM:  jarl.ahlbeck@XXXXX.fi

In the 1930's Stalin deported and murdered 25,000 Finns that were
peacefully living on the Soviet side of the border. It was a blind terror action against civilians, a complete ethnical cleaning of the
Karelia county.  Without successful defensive fight in the following winter war 1939 when Stalin tried to invade Finland (5 of my uncles were killed, my father injured), we would, according to recently discovered documents from Moscow, all have been deported to Siberia, and I would not sit here and study your website.

These terrorists try to create a world of that kind. We do not want this world anymore! All the best for you in the USA

Jarl
Helsinki, Finland

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Necochea,
11/9/01
TO: ron.koczor@msfc.nasa.gov

NASA:
Hi¡, My name is Maria. I am aware of the attack that has been perpetrated against your country, and I am very sad. I live in
Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am 14 years old and there is not much that I can do to help, but I profoundly admire you and you have my moral support. I would like to ask you a favor. Please reach an agreement without wars, but I hope those responsible are found, so that peace will be extended throughout the world.
Sincerely,


Maguie.

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From: Jonathon Dugdale
To: patrick.meyer@msfc.nasa.gov
Sent: 9/11/01 12:37 PM
Subject: Condolences

On behalf of all the employees and stakeholders of ApexMail I would like to say that we share in your shock, grief and pain resulting from today's unspeakable and cowardly assault.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the people of
America.

Jonathon Dugdale
Apexmail, Inc
Canada