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GASPA

GASPA was formed in 1966 as a professional organization for persons working in the field of human resources. GASPA provides up to date professional development and resources through statewide conferences and through strong partnerships with state agencies and educational organizations.

Link: http://www.gaspanet.org/ (Actived: Monday Jun 10, 2019)

Gas giant - Wikipedia

A gas giant is a giant planet composed mainly of hydrogen and helium. Gas giants are sometimes known as failed stars because they contain the same basic elements as a star. Jupiter and Saturn are the gas giants of the Solar System.The term "gas giant" was originally synonymous with "giant planet", but in the 1990s it became known that Uranus and Neptune are really a distinct class of giant

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gas_giant (Actived: Tuesday Jun 11, 2019)

GASPA - Calendar

History of GASPA. The first planning session for the organization of a state-wide personnel association in Georgia took place in 1966 during a meeting in Atlanta of the Georgia Education Association, which later became the Georgia Association of Educators.

Link: http://gaspanet.org/about/ (Actived: Saturday Jun 1, 2019)

Gas Giants: Facts About the Outer Planets | Space

A gas giant is a large planet composed mostly of gases, such as hydrogen and helium, with a relatively small rocky core. The gas giants of our solar system are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune

Link: https://www.space.com/30372-gas-giants.html (Actived: Thursday Mar 29, 2018)

DNA - Gas Planet

A short about three aliens eating gasbulbs. A pretty rare short from DNA! --- Follow me on Twitter for instant updates: http://www.twitter.com/aniforce/

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTMaTeUsWis (Actived: Sunday Jun 2, 2019)

Which Planets Are the Gas Planets? | Sciencing

The gas planets are made up almost entirely of gases, primarily hydrogen and helium. While they might have near-solid inner cores of molten heavy metals, they have thick outer layers of liquid and gaseous molecular hydrogen and helium and metallic hydrogen.

Link: https://sciencing.com/planets-gas-planets-8392334.html (Actived: Tuesday Jun 11, 2019)