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Dr. Tanya Harrison
Professional Martian 🔴 Former mission ops , & more 🌍 Director of Science Strategy Fed 👩‍🚀 Views=my own 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈🇨🇦
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Dr. Tanya Harrison retweeted
Space Store Nov 20
Miss our Space Store Live! Talk yesterday? Catch up now on YouTube to hear Nick Booth explore his new book 'The Search For Life On Mars' and delve deep into his stories and experiences of searching for evidence to prove alien life on the Red Planet!
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 4h
Check out this awesome mask design and give Julie a vote for the XPrize at the link below! Today is the last day to vote!
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
Replying to @hologramvin
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Elizabeth Tasker 15h
As Hayabusa2 swings itself onto a collision course [*] with Earth to drop off the capsule containing two samples from asteroid Ryugu, we’ll be discussing this asteroid Christmas! Join us online ☄️ [*] ALL TRUE but the spacecraft itself will dive out the way at the last moment.
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
Replying to @c10uD0FDu5t
Ideally we don't want to fight wars anywhere!
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
Replying to @fragger911
Absolutely. I don't like it, but I can acknowledge that it's happened.
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
Replying to @dSmk
It's already happened. The military has been operating in space for decades, and as long as there is a threat of bad actors there (and on the ground) then it will continue to do so.
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
Replying to @GJR_Leepo
Space Force has some valid reasons to exist, continuing some of the duties that used to fall under USAF Space Command. It's just turned into a mockery thanks to he who shall not be named.
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Friends of Europe 9h
Cooperation between government and must result in a framework for regulations for . Tanya Harrison (), Manager of Science Programmes at Planet Federal concludes our session.
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
Replying to @DannyBednar
That's certainly the future I hope for...
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
Replying to @inma_martinez
Idealistically, I agree. Realistically, I am less optimistic.
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 9h
This is such an important point: Human activities in space are not separate from Earth. They have economic and security impacts.
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Friends of Europe 10h
💬 At today's session on , 's asks: how do we get a European on the update of treaties? In which forums should this be debated?
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 10h
I say this from a point of sad realism: As humanity's activities increase in Earth orbit and beyond, militarization is inevitable.
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Friends of Europe 10h
How do we deal with the potential "bad actor syndrome" when it comes to observation data? Tanya Harrison (), Manager of Science Programmes at Planet Federal, notes that this is indeed a potential that regulators should keep an eye on.
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Friends of Europe 10h
How does observation impact our lives? Tanya Harrison () explains how it's used for reports, , research, etc.
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Friends of Europe 10h
❗️ STARTING NOW | Our with , , ’s Graham Turnock and the Swedish National Space Agency’s Anna Rathsman kicks off! On the agenda: 🛰️ 🛰️ 🛰️ … and much more! ↪️
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Zaid Rana Nov 24
Insightful talk by at the Canadian Space Summit on satellite imagery from . Some great use cases for space applications to solve challenges on . 🛰️🌎
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Dr. Tanya Harrison 10h
Starting now! Join us! 👇
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Nicholas Booth Nov 24
And it is for this - and other reasons - that my wonderful Mars co-author has written what I think will be the definite popular level history of 🇨🇦 in space, an excerpt of which is here:
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