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BooksForTopics (Alison) Oct 8
WIN! To celebrate we have a giveaway that is out of this world! 🚀 Thanks to , you could win a Space Topic Book Pack worth over £130! To enter, follow and retweet this before midnight Mon 15th Oct (UK only) T&CS:
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Donald Soutar Oct 7
Space age technology/age old sign writing skills (Space Shuttle Atlantis, Palmdale, 1985).
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Selected Works Oct 7
FUTURA typeset on the 1969 Commemorative Plaque for the Apollo 11 moon landing. Attached to the Apollo Lunar Module and left on the moon.
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UN Women Oct 7
"Weightlessness is a great equalizer." -- Sally Ride, astronaut, physicist, engineer & 3rd woman to travel to space. 👩‍🚀🚀
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UN Women Oct 9
“If women can be railroad workers in Russia, why can’t they fly in space?” -- from Valentina Tereshkova, 1st woman to fly to space.
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Scientix Oct 16
New Digest is out in 8 languages! Read more about the impact of and on , our activities for the , new Scientix , projects and resources! See our Digest, here:
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David Blanchflower BSc Oct 7
This morning's Moon for 7 October 2018. Taken from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
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UN Women Oct 5
"More women should demand to be involved. It's our right.” -- Dr. , the 1st black woman to travel in space. 👩‍🚀🚀
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United Nations Oct 9
Did you know the UN works for the peaceful use of outer space? Get a quick history of the UN & space in our special piece on :
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Nat Geo Channel Oct 9
Dust storms on Mars are kind of a big deal. Look how a recent storm completely changed the appearance of the planet!
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NLS Map Collections Oct 10
Its - how about a spot of star gazing this evening? 🔭✨ This map of the stars, centered on the North Pole is from an 1886 School Atlas of Astronomy.
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Nat Geo Channel Oct 8
: A lot can change in a little while! NASA's Juno spacecraft captured these time-lapse images of the atmospheric changes of Jupiter's northern hemisphere over the course of 20 minutes. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstad/Sean Doran
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Design Museum Oct 7
Did you know | The “A’s” in Danne & Blackburn’s 1974 “worm” is reminiscent of rocket nosecones. The typeface was too futuristic for its time and its more friendly & folksy predecessor, "the meatball" was still preferred by most NASA employees.
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Design Museum Oct 7
Thanks for all the great space travel themed fonts this to celebrate . Here's two final examples of some light bedtime reading.
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Canada Oct 10
Canada racked up a trio of space milestones in the 1990s? Roberta Bondar: first Canadian woman in space (1992) Chris Hadfield: first Canadian on space station Mir (1995) Julie Payette: first Canadian to visit the International Space Station (1999)
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Cornwall&IoS LEP Oct 8
As part of , we’ve just published a blog from our Board member Lucy Edge looking at Cornwall’s space economy and prospects for growth
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University of Dundee Oct 9
😁 Happy - you'll want the sound on 🔊 👉  👏 thanks 🛰️
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SASIC Oct 6
: In 1996 South Australian-born astronaut Dr Andy Thomas conducted his first trip into on the space shuttle Endeavour. He logged a total of 178 days in space throughout his career.
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Space Camp Jun 21
Why not celebrate in your primary school next academic year? Get the 4th to 10th October 2019 in your school calendar now and check out this guide to running a Space Week
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