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Lauren Church Jan 27
Lecture from this morning on Student experiments in Space; making me even more excited for my own experiments launching next month!!
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Mali Hitchcock Brown 6h
My new article for ! All about the findings of the oldest material found on Earth.
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Cheers for Space 2h
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Dr. Bhairavi Shankar Jan 26
I love it when another member of the public is introduced to and enamored with
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National Space Academy Jan 27
Kicking off our event - Chemistry At Work - by making a comet with Lead Educator Steve Althorpe 👨‍🔬👨‍🏫
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Mrs. Speidel 22h
Using our engineering skills and collaboration to design and build a shock-absorbing spacecraft to protect our marshmallow astronauts.
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Blue Dot Education Nov 21
guiding Ss as they plan experimental rocket propellant testing...you know...regular high school stuff.
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Alicia Noel (凤兰)🌱🍚🍅🛰 Dec 8
Nematoooodes iiiiiiiiin spaaaaaace..... 🚀🐛🛸 interviewed and of company about on . It's fascinating.
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Susan Oltman Jan 5
Why is the moon out in the day? When it’s new moon, the moon “rises” at the same time as the sun. Sat. was 1st quarter: moon rose 1/4 of a day, or 6 hours later than the sun. At full moon, it’s 12 hours later. Get it?
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Newscast Pratyaksha Nov 17
Flight into and , taking to the new heights of science and technology (The History of - Part 109)
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Filling Space Jan 26
"Especially with regards to outer space, the line between science and pseudoscience can be hard to distinguish."
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Filling Space Jan 26
"Dr. May specializes in writing popular science books that communicate complex ideas in succinct ways for general audiences."
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Justin Kiness Jan 24
Dr. Rogel Mari Sese, a Filipino astrophysicist, one of the pioneers of the emerging PH Space Agency, and the founder of Regulus SpaceTech PH, is now giving a lecture on Utilizing Space S&T Towards Achieving the UN SDGs! Wowerz! 🚀
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Filling Space Jan 25
"We asked Dr. Andrew May, a popular science author who studied astrophysics at Cambridge and Manchester, to suggest five space science books that he has enjoyed reading."
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SHISHIRANT RAHUL Dec 12
Setting up Astronomy Laboratories in indian schools with is so far the best project of my life. It is wonderful to see these young space enthusiasts. These are the future astronomers and astronauts.
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Cheers for Space Jan 25
Join 7 people right now at "Betelgeuse: Will It or Won't It? | The Spacewriter's Ramblings"
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kindlebookspromotion Dec 3
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KP Dec 31
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Cheers for Space Jan 26
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The Open University Dec 23
Here’s a lovely Christmas gift to 🎁 OU researchers have discovered three, new, nearby planetary systems! All the stellar details on this exciting new crop of exoplanets, below:
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