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Rob Simmon
Data Visualization, Ex-. Blue Marble, Earth at Night, color.
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Rob Simmon Dec 4
Covered by a light dusting of fresh snow by the time we got an image, but still visible!
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Haas F1 Team Dec 3
I’m not crying, you are 🥺 Amazing scenes as meets those who got him to safety 🙏
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Dave Petley Dec 3
High resolution satellite images, collected by using the SkySat constellation, showing the horrifying impact of the Guinobatan lahar in the Philippines a month ago:-
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Replying to @jschwabish
How much do you already need to know?
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Dr. Dawn Wright Dec 2
Check out more of Laura Guertin's science quilt photos/videos from her amazing talk just now on this blog -
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
. “antidisciplinary” work is _hard_ but it’s the future
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
“It’s ok to be afraid of trying mew things” “get messy”
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Replying to @John_M_Nelson
Needs more blue glass!
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Another talk about moving outside one’s comfort zone— on succeeding despite imposter syndrome (or even being a geologist when you’re not a big fan of the out-of-doors)
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Jeff Allenby on how new, high-precision geospatial data helps tweak conservation projects to get the biggest bang for the buck.
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Glacier loss isn’t some far-future consequence of global warming—it’s happening *right now*. From glacial lake outbreak floods in the suburbs of Juneau to tsunamis generated by destabilized slopes. ignite talks
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Jonathan O’Brien showing courage by talking about his OCD—not the “fun, quirky” kind, but the crippling, anxiety ridden kind.
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Emil Cherrington of pointing out that science communication is part and parcel of science itself.
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
There are 3.5 million miles of waterways—140 times the circumference of the Earth! —Lauren Haywood, ignite talks!
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
“Shrubification” & “climate chaos” are two new terms for the ongoing climate change in Alaska’s Brooks Range mentioned by Roman Dial at today’s ignite talks.
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NASA Exhibit Dec 2
Enlightenment💡- but make it quick! ⏲️ ! It's the 10th year of the science storytelling event: Ignite@AGU. Wed. 12-2, 4:30 - 6 pm ET - Add it to your AGU schedule here: More info:
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Replying to @planetlabs
I’m really excited to share some of my work bending data in interesting ways and how it applies to the larger world of science communication.
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Rob Simmon Dec 2
Less than 3 hours until this year’s Ignite@AGU, which starts at 1:30 PST. I’ve seen rehearsals and the session will be 😘. Go here if you’re attending If not, don’t worry—video will be posted later. Here’s a teaser for my talk:
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Jonathan Amos Dec 2
Replying to @simon_sat
. has also very kindly put this Goes-16 sequence together for me. It runs from 27 November until 1 December. You see edging ever closer to South Georgia though day and night. Credit: NOAA/Simon Proud/NCEO. Read more at
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Jonathan Amos Dec 2
We have a fabulous new high-resolution picture of from one of ' SkySat imagers. It captures a portion of the tip of the "giant ice finger". Read more here:
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