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She came to the U.S. with $300 in her pocket and cleaned bathrooms to make a living. Meet
NASA's flight director of Mars Perseverance.
@globalpositivenews
She came to the U.S. with $300 in her pocket and cleaned bathrooms to make a living. Meet NASA's flight director of Mars Perseverance. @globalpositivenews
CUR INGENUITY SOJOURNER OPPORTUNITY PERSEVERANCE
NASA's Perseverance rover on Mars is carrying an adorable 'family
ynortrait' of Martian ro
CUR INGENUITY SOJOURNER OPPORTUNITY PERSEVERANCE NASA's Perseverance rover on Mars is carrying an adorable 'family ynortrait' of Martian ro
@I. NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover
@NASAPersevere
I'm safe on Mars. Perseverance will get you anywhere.
#CountdowntoMars @
@I. NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover @NASAPersevere I'm safe on Mars. Perseverance will get you anywhere. #CountdowntoMars @
Just remember. If you think something is impossible. We are just a giant ball fleating in infimity
Lost pic of Earth taken by NASA's Cassini
'spacecraft before it went on a death dive
into Saturn
You
are
Just remember. If you think something is impossible. We are just a giant ball fleating in infimity Lost pic of Earth taken by NASA's Cassini 'spacecraft before it went on a death dive into Saturn You are
The ocean north of Antarctica has turned into an "alphabet soup" of broken icebergs, according to a new blog post on NASA's Earth
Observatory website.
In a satellite photo snapped on Feb.
11, 2021, the jagged outlines of 11 fractured icebergs swirl around a remote, penguin-filled island called
South Georgia, located about 940 miles (1,500 kilometers) northeast of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Each frozen chunk is a piece of the once-mighty iceberg A-68a, which held the title of world's largest iceberg for more than three years before
Shattering into a dozen pieces a few weeks ago. Now, each broken bit of the puzzle has its own name, beginning with A-68b, and ending with
A-68M. (Several of the icebergs are not visible in this photo.)
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The ocean north of Antarctica has turned into an "alphabet soup" of broken icebergs, according to a new blog post on NASA's Earth Observatory website. In a satellite photo snapped on Feb. 11, 2021, the jagged outlines of 11 fractured icebergs swirl around a remote, penguin-filled island called South Georgia, located about 940 miles (1,500 kilometers) northeast of the Antarctic Peninsula. Each frozen chunk is a piece of the once-mighty iceberg A-68a, which held the title of world's largest iceberg for more than three years before Shattering into a dozen pieces a few weeks ago. Now, each broken bit of the puzzle has its own name, beginning with A-68b, and ending with A-68M. (Several of the icebergs are not visible in this photo.)