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Aaron Slack
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Preacher, teacher, husband, father.
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The So-called "Not-Planets" of Our Solar System 
The solar system contains dozens of objects that are large enough for self-gravity to make them round, and yet are not considered planets. They include the major moons of the planets, one asteroid, and many worlds in the Kuiper belt. The ones that we have visited with spacecraft are shown here to scale with each other. A couple of items on here are not quite round, illustrating the transition to smaller, lumpier objects.http://www.planetary.org/…/spac…/charts/the-not-planets.html
Montage by Emily Lakdawalla. The Moon: Gari Arrillaga. Other data: NASA/JPL/JHUAPL/SwRI/UCLA/MPS/IDA. Processing by Ted Stryk, Gordan Ugarkovic, Emily Lakdawalla, and Jason Perry. 
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Literacy is one of the most important skills a child can learn. Kids at Grace Community School start learning phonics as young as two years of age, and become readers years earlier than is usually thought possible. The best part about this is seeing how happy it makes the kids!
#literacy #reading #phonics
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Grace Community School, including our new Lehigh location, is ready for tomorrow! See you then :)
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Rainy day.
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July 11 means Free Slurpees at 7-11.
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Manhattanhenge: A New York City Sunset
Image Credit & Copyright: Neil deGrasse Tyson (+American Museum of Natural History)
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140706.html

This coming Saturday, if it is clear, well placed New Yorkers can go outside at sunset and watch their city act like a modern version of Stonehenge. Manhattan's streets will flood dramatically with sunlight just as the Sun sets precisely at each street's western end. Usually, the tall buildings that line the gridded streets of New York City's tallest borough will hide the setting Sun. This effect makes Manhattan a type of modern Stonehenge, although only aligned to about 30 degrees east of north. Were Manhattan's road grid perfectly aligned to east and west, today's effect would occur on the Vernal and Autumnal Equinox, March 21 and September 21, the only two days that the Sun rises and sets due east and west. Pictured above in this horizontally stretched image, the Sun sets down 34th Street as viewed from Park Avenue. If Saturday's sunset is hidden by clouds do not despair -- the same thing happens twice each year: in late May and mid July. On none of these occasions, however, should you ever look directly at the Sun.
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Seen this weekend.
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Probably the coolest 4th of July video you will see this year.
This is pretty cool! Happy 4th!
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