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Ricky Arnold
Astronaut (STS-119, NEEMO 13, , Expedition 55/56 on ISS) & Educator. Tweets are my own. IG:
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Ricky Arnold Nov 6
This is awesome- congrats Katie and Stefan (& Mr. L. too)!
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Ricky Arnold Nov 5
It was always great to hear clicking away on & know that student-scientists around the world were deeply involved in an authentic experience. How to right here👇
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Ricky Arnold Nov 3
Magnificent vista on the Martian surface near Central Butte reminds me of the basin & range province in USA & Mexico. 📷 a few days ago by
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Ricky Arnold Nov 1
Replying to @Gwjanes
My pleasure! Thank you for your time and interest.
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Ricky Arnold Oct 28
Some mornings at work are better than others.
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Ricky Arnold Oct 26
Yet another use for a flashlight!
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Ricky Arnold Oct 24
We called this massive iceberg “the coffin” when we spotted it drifting southeast of South America late last September. It seems that the name stuck. It has a more seasonal ring than “B-15T”.
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Ricky Arnold Oct 24
Thank you for making the even more international!
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Ricky Arnold Oct 21
Replying to @lumbung45padi
I don’t remember that photo. When was it taken?
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Ricky Arnold Oct 12
Looking forward to it!
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Ricky Arnold Oct 12
Sadly, the farewells to wonderful places like this will continue.
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Ricky Arnold Oct 8
Looks familiar! See my tweet on 9/6/18! :)
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Ricky Arnold Oct 8
“the Gulf Stream, which flows northward up the coast, is slowing down as meltwater from Greenland inhibits its flow...causing what some scientists describe as a pileup of water along the East Coast, elevating sea levels locally” via ⁦
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Ricky Arnold Oct 7
One of the gifts of this trip was the exposure to the wisdom of John Amos Comenius 🇨🇿 who wrote, “The proper education of the young does not consist in stuffing their heads with a mass of words, sentences, & ideas....but in opening up their understanding to the outer world...”.
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Ricky Arnold Sep 30
-your crew was standing by and ready to assist.
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Ricky Arnold Sep 26
Looking forward to the visit!
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Ricky Arnold Sep 26
Replying to @AstroTerry @Astro_TJ
Why is staring at you like that?
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Ricky Arnold Sep 26
Replying to @Gwjanes @ArtefactLCC
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Ricky Arnold Sep 25
Migration reminds us of how we are interconnected.
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Ricky Arnold Sep 25
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