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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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BooksForTopics 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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Canada Oct 8
that Canada’s most famous robotic and technological achievement is an arm? Made in collaboration with , the served 30 years of successful operations and led the way to the development of new technologies.
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Canada Oct 6
a team at is helping make long term space exploration a reality? Prof. Michael Dixon and his team have been developing greenhouses that replicate the earth's atmosphere in order to grow food crops on the moon or even Mars!
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Nokia Mobile Oct 10
Are all of your selfies taking up room on your device? With a Nokia smartphone, running out of space isn't a problem. Snap away! 🤳 Show us your best selfies in the comments. 😀 
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AF Space Command Oct 4
World Space Week is an international celebration of science & technology, and their contribution to the betterment of the human condition. This year's theme is "space unites the world." So what better way to kick off than with "The Truth About GPS: How It Works."
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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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Natural History Museum Oct 7
Meteorites from asteroids are around 4.5 billion years old. 🌠 Are they warm when they hit the earth? Where do scientists find them? Are we overdue for a large impact? Get the answers :
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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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International Atomic Energy Agency Oct 8
Happy ! Space missions can explore the universe for many years. But what exactly powers them? * . • 🌙 • . * 🌏 * 🛰️ • • 🚀 * . 🌞 *
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Natural History Museum Oct 8
Lightning strikes and volcanic eruptions were once theories for the origin of meteorites. But when an 'extraordinary stone' fell in Yorkshire in 1795, scientists began to consider that these rocks might be extraterrestrial.
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Selected Works Oct 7
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National Geographic Magazine Oct 10
The constellations of the zodiac lie along the path that the sun, moon, and planets follow across the sky—long earning them special importance to sky watchers.
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HubbleTelescope Oct 9
400 million years ago, fish were evolving rapidly, while reptiles and mammals hadn’t yet appeared on Earth. What was happening elsewhere? Star formation in Arp 274, a trio of dancing galaxies 400 million light-years away
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Design Museum Oct 8
🚀 | Did you know conspiracy theorists once insisted that all footage of Armstrong’s voyage to the moon was a hoax film directed by 's leftover scenes & props from 2001: A Space Odyssey. Find out more in 2019
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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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Magnum Photos Oct 9
We revisit René Burri’s photographs of the decaying shells of the launchers that sent man to the moon.
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Bing Oct 10
When you need some perspective, get one from 700 million miles away. Celebrating the end of with Saturn, courtesy of .
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Department for International Trade Oct 6
the UK Space Industry is rapidly growing, doubling in size since 2010, and exporting £5bn of goods & services a year. DIT’s Space Exports Campaign targets export opportunities in the US & India, worth more than £1.5bn.
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Antonia Romeo Oct 9
🚀It’s . The UK Space industry has doubled in size since 2010 and exports £5bn in goods and services per year. Space scientist @SuzielmberSpace tells 6-year-old Rumaysa how the UK is leading on space exploration.
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