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Claire Krause
I develop remotely sensed agricultural products for Australia. I have a PhD in palaeoclimate and a passion for science and sharing it with everyone.
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donnie Jul 16
The entire Apollo 11 computer code is available on , and it's incredible:
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Claire Krause Jul 15
As a knitter and a scientist, i love this!!
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The Melbourne Map Jul 12
If you fancy going down Melbourne memory lane this weekend you will find the original 1991 Melbourne Map in on Sunday, along with a story on the current project. The changes to Melbourne's skyline in the past 28 years is pretty amazing.
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Claire Krause Jul 4
now has a piece of the moon! Me: *boop*
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Bill Crabtree Jul 4
Hey Agricultural world, check this neat feature out!
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Justin Roberts Jul 3
Yesterday saw a across part of the Southern Hemisphere. This view from shows the lunar shadow as it passes across Chile and Argentina.
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Geoscience Australia Jul 3
We have lift off! The lunar was officially launched today. It’s a sample of the mare basalt rock collected from the last Apollo 17 mission and is on display at Geoscience Australia as part of the Moon Rock Trail in . Learn more:
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Geoscience Australia Jun 30
"We're privileged to be the only place in the southern hemisphere where you can touch a moon rock that was brought back from an Apollo mission, rather than a piece that fell to earth as a meteorite." - Steven Petkovski Geoscience Australia Curator
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Claire Krause Jun 28
Sharing with colleagues at . So nice to be reminded how lucky we are to work with such gorgeous data everyday.
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Matt Garthwaite Jun 27
📢🚨Job vacancy klaxon!!! 📢🚨 is looking for experts🛰️. Come join us and work on surface movements of the vast continent of Australia!!🇦🇺 Closing date 24 July 2019 AEST. See:
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Nicholas Brown Jun 25
Our team is looking for a DevOps engineer to help us deliver the Positioning Australia program. Soon you will have centimetre accuracy positioning in your hands. Wanna help?
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Stefan Rahmstorf Jun 24
Strong Rossby wave activity in the northern mid-lats since early June! Red=northward flow, blue southward. Watch the red blob stay over Europe bringing in warm air. 7-day averages centered on the stated day, using forecast at the end. thread:
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Claire Krause Jun 24
Replying to @lizziebxrek
I work in remote sensing at the moment, but pretty much spend my life coding in Python. My training is in atmospheric science and climate, and i have a PhD in palaeoclimatology. Keen to chat to students about careers in data and coding!
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Daniel Coe Jun 21
DEM of the cutting across the ridges of the northwest of Harrisburg, .
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Simon Kuestenmacher Jun 19
This image shows the distortion of the Webmercator map projection with an orange peel. Source: great effort by !
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USGS Landsat Program Jun 18
: The Advisory Group has released a report recommending that the not implement fees for Landsat data.
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Dr Steph McLennan Jun 14
inspiring the next gen of scientists, 'a career path looks a lot smoother in hindsight', 'don't give up what you love for something you feel like you have to do'. Way to go, Bex!
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Geoscience Australia Jun 12
Join us this Friday evening to hear from key researchers including our own Bex Dunn who will be talking about viewing Australia from space. Register your attendance:
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AWA Jun 10
Satellite imagery could help improve Australia’s water management, providing a way to track how water moves through the landscape and changes over time. Find out more at the ACT Water Matters Conference this month!
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OzEWEX Jun 11
Great chance to hear talk about water observation by satellite!
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