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Don’t forget to find out what’s up this month. You can see five planets in the morning sky, Comet Catalina and more. Discover when and where to look up: http://go.nasa.gov/1nZF3Fq
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最高だ。他の追随を許さない! なんてねo(^-^)o
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We’re researching ideas that could lead to an electric propulsion-powered aircraft that would be quieter, more efficient and environmentally friendly than today's commuter aircraft: http://go.nasa.gov/20oPUF7
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We’re on a journey, one that started with the determination of men and women around the nation. Join us as we reach for new heights and reveal the unknown: https://youtu.be/WG8y1_y-kPw #StateOfNASA
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Thank you very much NASA !!
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Want to hear about the #StateOfNASA? Watch live as NASA Administrator Charles Bolden delivers remarks at 1:30 p.m. EST on NASA Television. Discover more about our scientific and technological achievements and cutting-edge future work. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1Se5OTE
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+Dan 12:3 oh right, so you've blocked me. 
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Why do global temperatures remain stable in the long run unless they’re pushed by outside forces? A new study tells us: http://go.nasa.gov/1Lcx5OD
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+Tony Sidaway​, as I said, excesses must be curbed on BOTH sides. And,even assuming that a such a complex phenomenon as climate change can be modeled correctly - which leading physicists such as Zichichi violently dispute - the "unequivocal" data consists of monthly figures measured mostly over the last 20 years. Leaving aside the glaring recency and extrapolation biases of drawing conclusions for a secular phenomenon based on the last two decades, 20x12 =240 observations. Any Statistics 101 student claiming that such a model is statistically robust would be thrown out on the spot. That said, we cannot afford to wait another 20 or 30 years and continue doing nothing. Far more alarming than the charged debate over the "evidence" is, rather, how the various meetings in Kyoto,Copenhagen and,most recently,Paris produce lots of pieces of paper and plenty of media spin but no teeth in the against the worst emissions offenders. Paris was the last case in point. An agreement/regulation without a sanction isn't worth the paper it is written on,irrespective of whether the damage to the environment occurs in 5 or 20 years. Discussing over data and models without slapping a penalty on the worst offenders is as relevant as arranging the deckchairs on the Titanic.
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Our solar system is huge, let us break it down for you. Here are 5 things you should know this week: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/138942874099/solar-system-5-things-to-know-this-week
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I appreciate the efforts of NASA and the information provided to us, thank you very much
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Our Orion crew module has arrived at Kennedy Space Center in Florida and is ready to be processed for its first mission atop our Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. Orion will eventually take us on a #JourneyToMars, but first, the spacecraft is being prepared for a mission past the moon during Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1) in 2018. Find out more: http://go.nasa.gov/20pajdb
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But we really don't know if this tech works long term. Orion is a brand new design (albeit based on older designs) which so far has only had one real space flight that was the equivalent of pulling your car out of the driveway.

This next mission will be taking it around the block a few times.
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ICYMI: NASA Administrator Charles Bolden discussed the #StateOfNASA today. You can watch his full remarks here: https://youtu.be/ej2odhB57ng
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Easy to be an asshole while hiding behind a pseudonym +Queen Angel G. 
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Our Administrator spoke about the #StateOfNASA today. Find out how the FY17 budget proposal supports our missions of exploration and discovery: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/139002959969/state-of-nasa #StateOfNASA
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TODAY: Watch live as NASA Administrator Charles Bolden shares the #StateOfNASA at 1:30 p.m. EST on NASA Television. These events follow President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget proposal delivery to the U.S. Congress. Find out about our scientific and technological achievements and cutting-edge future work.

Watch live at: http://go.nasa.gov/1SdzBeY

More information: http://go.nasa.gov/20FRHew
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+Dan 12:3 the world population is increasing like never before. It is certainly not dying! One billion more people every ten years.
Your superstitious bullshit is dying, along with the rest of your stupid middle East campfire yarns.
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As a low pressure area continued to intensify in the Atlantic Ocean off the United States’ East Coast, we gathered information about the precipitation the storm was packing. Our GPM satellite measured rainfall east of the Virginia coast falling at a rate of over 25 mm (almost 1 inch) per hour. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1K8umL3
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^what is alla that
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Tomorrow: watch live as NASA Administrator Charles Bolden shares the #StateOfNASA at 1:30 p.m. EST on NASA Television. Find out about our scientific and technological achievements and cutting-edge future work: http://go.nasa.gov/20FRHew
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Let's talk about Antarctica.
You submitted this when referring to an ice self holding the oceans in from spilling over the flat edge. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-6BgIpiNkv_A/Vp5CT3FIHBI/AAAAAAAACV8/6Xiug7tEp50/w426-h336/FullSizeRender%2B%252818%2529.jpg

This is a 1929 picture of Antarctica from an airplane at altitude. http://www.acad.carleton.edu/campus/archives/exhibit/Gould/ImagesII/reachingrocks3.jpg

This is a documented video of a flight over Antarctica, with airplane coordinates of longitude and latitude clearly displayed. Not to mention the view of the continent.
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During the final mission of the A380’s 2006 technical route proving campaign, this next-generation jetliner flies from Johannesburg, South Africa to Sydney, Australia via the South Pole. The crew takes in spectacular views of Antarctica while collecting data on this test flight. http://videos.airbus.com/video/iLyROoafIlXu.html

Treaty, expeditions, history, and land claims made by countries of the continent of Antarctica.
http://www.globalclimatenotes.us/antarctic-treaty/terra-australis-incognita.html

Recent team that made it to the south pole.
http://theadventureblog.blogspot.ca/2016/01/antarctica-2015-another-team-at-pole.html?m=1
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