Asteroids are hard to see in the blackness. This boat-sized one is missing us on Thursday. https://twitter.com/rainmaker1973/status/1265213750786875397
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#LaunchAmerica: We’re sending U.S. astronauts to the @Space_Station on a U.S. rocket from U.S. soil at 4:33pm ET on Wednesday, May 27. Here’s how you can watch: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/how-to-stream-nasa-tv-and-launch-america/?utm_source=TWITTER&utm_medium=NASA&utm_campaign=NASASocial&linkId=89389709
With an astronaut mother! https://twitter.com/astrokarenn/status/1264539030013857793
Planet nurseries are beautiful.
Back-lit swirls in the Charioteer system, 520 light-yrs away.
Every single one of us is responsible for each other. https://twitter.com/sharkawymd/status/1264273579786539008
Your iodine and lithium come from somewhere - the high Atacama Desert in Chile. Evaporation ponds look surreal from space. http://www.esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/2020/05/Atacama_minerals @esa
This interesting chart shows how the tracks of all known hurricanes have never crossed the equator due to the Coriolis force https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=7079
Art and COVID life. This one’s my favourite. https://www.npr.org/2020/05/18/854388053/russian-speakers-imitate-art-in-a-time-of-coronavirus-confinement-on-facebook?t=1590076129865
We live in a cool neighborhood.
I wonder what they smell like? https://twitter.com/rainmaker1973/status/1263009106283069441
Starting in 30 minutes! 29, 28, 27 ... https://twitter.com/ampamplify/status/1262871330313039872
Sundown at the bottom of the world. No sunshine for 4 months, temps of -80. Enjoy the scientific isolation!
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