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Asteroids are hard to see in the blackness. This boat-sized one is missing us on Thursday. twitter.com/rainmaker1973/stat

RT @CanLiteracy
Vos enfants ont une question pour ? Notre astronaute favori répond à leurs questions sur la lecture et les sciences. Envoyez leur question par courriel à questions@childrensliteracy.ca avant 23h59 (HAE) le 28 mai 2020 pour une chance qu’il y réponde.

RT @CanLiteracy
Do your kids have a question to ask ? Our favourite astronaut is answering kids’ questions about all things reading & science. For a chance to be included, submit your child’s question via email at questions@childrensliteracy.ca by May 28, 2020 11:59 p.m. EDT.

Planet nurseries are beautiful.
Back-lit swirls in the Charioteer system, 520 light-yrs away.
eso.org/public/news/eso2008/  @ESO

It takes 10 years to create a piloted spaceship. I'm looking forward to Wed's launch from Florida!
@AstroBehnken @Astro_Doug @spacex @nasa

Your iodine and lithium come from somewhere - the high Atacama Desert in Chile. Evaporation ponds look surreal from space. esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/  @esa

RT @Rainmaker1973
This interesting chart shows how the tracks of all known hurricanes have never crossed the equator due to the Coriolis force earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD 

RT @nasa
LIVE NOW: Watch as @JAXA_en launches more than 4 tons of supplies, science and hardware to the @Space_Station!

This is the final flight of this class of resupply spacecraft, named “Kounotori” – the Japanese word for white stork. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1ynJO

Memories of a happy flying day with Capt Casey. I stand and salute you, Jenn, high in the sunlit silence. @CFSnowbirds

Sundown at the bottom of the world. No sunshine for 4 months, temps of -80. Enjoy the scientific isolation!
esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/  @_IPEV

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