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Jemuel Brown Arnaiz 20h
An idea can light up your bulb anytime🤔💡
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Allison S Aug 18
I’ve been sending things from to a bunch of new teachers! I remember how panicked I was before starting up! Can a vet teachers list get some love? I’ll retweet yours too of course! 🧪 🔭 🌍 ⭐️ 🚀
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NASA Earth 28 Jan 17
How do we measure the age of Greenland's ice? With satellite data, aircraft instruments & ice cores of course!
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Stephanie Mills 12 May 18
I've updated the geohashtag calendar to include the new !
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NASA Earth 17 Feb 17
The Lightning Imaging Sensor will detect cloud-to-cloud, cloud-to-ground & intra-cloud lightning.
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Awilda S. Velez Chambers May 25
We are in the middle of testing season (my kid's tested yesterday). I have some particularly difficult classes this year = SUPER time. I did my best and prayed. Yesterday, I was able to celebrate! Super proud teacher here#
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NASA Earth 11 Jan 17
Our satellites help aircraft avoid volcanic ash plumes to get you where you're going safely.
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Josh Timlin Jun 12
Revisited the measuring shadows project we completed back in the fall. Explaining shadow length changes as a function of changes in daily and seasonal solar angle is an important part of our astronomy unit. Overall the students were able to make good predictions.
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NASA Earth 12 Feb 17
We fly to the edge of space w/ instruments during our studying volcanoes & coral reefs:
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error Jun 28
Scientists: *working hard to put man on the moon and bring him back home safely People: *believe it was staged
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Krista Sayeau Aug 11
friends and followers - what are some of your fave podcasts to listen to? 🐧👩‍🔬🎧🦈
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Olivia Hogan 18 Apr 18
Student-made infographic on the layers of the atmosphere created on
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Katy Dornbos  🤸🏽‍♀️ Aug 14
If you lined up all the planets of our solar system side by side, they would fit between us and our moon. Also, that would be terrifying. 🤯 This pic would be Jupiter still 238,000 miles away from us...hello.
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NASA Earth 24 Jan 17
We measure dust on snow to help manage Colorado River Basin water supplies because dusty snow melts faster
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susan bell💫 Sep 11
Want to work with me at JPL? We're still accepting applications! Looking for mid-career level, highly-skilled communications pro. Earth Science Social Media Producer, Public Engagement Pasadena, California
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NASA Earth 2 Aug 17
From humble start, NASA Dep. Dir. of Sandra Cauffman lifts up herself–and others. (via Voice of America)
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Krista Sayeau 3 Feb 18
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NASA Earth 4 Feb 17
A steady science-eye on Earth from makes a difference in our quality of life every day. Here’s how:
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Pam 11 Oct 17
"Teaching is our Business and our Students Success is our Greatest Legacy"
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Kristy Willis Mar 1
Thank you for letting me into your classroom to see this cool demo!!
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