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Why Urbana is Doing a Hackathon https://shar.es/1sjFVg << it's going to be great :)
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Hey friends... have you checked out +Spaceship Earth Grants  yet? #FlyMetoSpace  
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You are invited to join in a global conversation this Friday about the need for #collaboration  to solve the problems facing our world.
 
Join in a global conversation about the need for collaboration to solve the problems facing our world
The #KeyIsWe
Fri, October 11, 2013, 11:00 AM EDT
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Warmest Greetings from Trinidad & Tobago
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Highlight of today was visiting +National Geographic - excited about the new age of #exploration that we are all part of and how they are telling that story. Come join the amazing community these guys have created! I really want to be a National Geographic Explorer when I grow up. 
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Thanks, hope you are having good time with google+
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Help design the next http://nasa.gov! Share your ideas here: http://nasaweb.ideascale.com +NASA 
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Hi kruانا اتحدث العربيه
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The Future of Life on Earth 
One of the best aspects of this +Science on Google+ community - now at over 500,000 members(!) - is that it communicates the entire spectrum of scientific endeavour. 
In a unique way, this content-rich presentation of diverse concepts and insights can increase the potential for cross-pollination of ideas between disciplines. 
We are often reminded of how the power of collaboration in applying scientific and technological know-how can be made to decisively solve significant challenges.  Few initiatives have presented this better than the +Fragile Oasis, founded by Astronaut +Ron Garan, whose outreach during his time on #ISS  and subsequent work to spread awareness of the #OrbitalPerspective  was instrumental in inspiring many people to think about how the many feats of engineering, scientific endeavour and international collaboration that made the #ISS  possible could be harnessed to solve many of the problems facing the Planet's population and ecosystems.

I know that members of this community are very aware of the huge potential of tools such as +Google+ for sharing information and dialogue across linguistic and cultural barriers, and when combined with the potential for current technological and social solutions to deliver significant benefit to communities worldwide, we embrace the fact that (perhaps for the very first time)  #Humanity  now has the tools to solve many of the world's most pressing challenges. 

I'm excited to see that +Ron Garan has distilled this wisdom into a book - The Orbital Perspective - which expounds the fact that we now live in a world where possibilities are only limited by our imagination and our will to act.
This publication, due for release in a few weeks, is heralded as a vital call to action, illustrating how lessons learned in #Space  can be applied to make life better for people on this singular life-giving Oasis within the cosmos. 
I reckon that anyone interested in applying their knowledge and collaborative effort to solve the most pressing challenges to life on Earth will be very interested in this book's content and far-reaching message.

Here is a link to the book's website: 
http://www.orbitalperspective.com
 
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+NASA invites YOU to help shape the #NASAAsteroid Initiative: 1.usa.gov/17qf5kN 
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An amazing self-portrait by @MarsCuriosity http://1.usa.gov/W8wn0B 
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i Loved thev picture of the day and the brief explanation there of. A fantastic idea. NASA has done tremendous job in the field of Astronomy. The work on Planet Mars continues. One of these days it will land on the Mars, - ehat will be the historic day. thanks for sharing images.
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Hope you are following +Chris Hadfield -- live from space!
 
Hi - I'm testing Google+ from Earth orbit, onboard the International Space Station. If I can make it work from here, I hope to post more in the future.
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Check it out and share with the kids in your life. :) 
 
For the kids in your life at home or at school: +NASA  German Aerospace Center, and Universities Space Research Association are asking young people ages 10-18 this question: How will humans use science and technology to explore space, and what mysteries will we uncover? Check out the Humans in Space Youth Art Competition - a project featured by +Fragile Oasis - the deadline for submission is November 15. http://www.fragileoasis.org/projects/humans-in-space-youth-art-competition
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