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Last 50 tweets from @exploreplanets
This Volunteer's Day, we want to send a special thank you to our volunteer Board of Directors, Advisory Council, and everyone around the world who has joined us in advocating for space science and exploration. 🚀 #VolunteerDay #IVD2021 pic.twitter.com/aTYIHvCLnn
Replying to @exploreplanets
Our volunteer Board of Directors is responsible for setting our policies and future directions. They are all leaders, chosen for their passion for space exploration. You can learn more about them here. planetary.org/about/board-of…
Board of Directors
planetary.org
 
This Volunteer's Day, we want to send a special thank you to our volunteer Board of Directors, Advisory Council, and everyone around the world who has joined us in advocating for space science and exploration. 🚀 #VolunteerDay #IVD2021
 
NASA’s @NASAPersevere and @MarsCuriosity rovers have a lot in common, including how they send data back to Earth. They both use the Mars Relay Network, a group of orbital spacecraft that study Mars from above and transmit data between the surface and the Earth.
 
Happy birthday to the best #SpaceSister in this world and beyond!! Hope you are having an epic day @ArceneauxHayley as your Super NOVA shines bright for another solar orbit! ❤️💫 pic.twitter.com/UARlcBExtk
Happy birthday, @ArceneauxHayley! This picture is great. 🌏📸
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Are you in Antarctica? It's cool if you're not. You can still enjoy the only total #SolarEclipse of 2021 on Dec. 4. Watch it LIVE: youtu.be/J04GFN2Pq1w

• Broadcast starts at 1:30am ET (06:30 UTC)
• Totality occurs at 2:44am ET (07:44 UTC)

📸: @NASAHQPhoto
 
 
2016 vs 2021!

2016: First time visiting JPL as a guest during my undergrad, w/ only dreams of one day working on a Mars rover mission.

2021: Full time Mechanical Engineer at JPL, where I supported mech fab and testing of Perseverance Rover Mission 🤯

Mission accomplished! 🚀✨ pic.twitter.com/o82rcgUsyF
Replying to @earthtoleo @NASAJPL and 1 otherfalse
Congratulations! 🎉
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
The @exploreplanets board meeting is always inspiring! First in person at @LockheedMartin GV in DC. Lovely to strategize sharing the excitement of space exploration with @BillNye @Jim_Bell @hbhammel @RobertPicardo @VaughnSpace @DanielleRGunn @CaseyDreier @RandomSpaceFact et al
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Board of Directors meeting for The Planetary Society @exploreplanets taking place today, both in person and on-line (I took my mask off for the picture) - excited to be leading this great space advocacy organization. Check us out: planetary.org
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
We've partnered with Betchart Expeditions since 1991 to send expert guides and space enthusiasts on Planetary Society expeditions! It's too late to join our group in Antarctica for this solar eclipse, but there are more adventures to come! Learn more at planetary.org/travel.
Replying to @exploreplanets
Solar eclipses are awesome, but safety first! Here are some tips from @BillNye on how to protect your eyes while observing: planetary.org/articles/20170…
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Have you had your mind blown by a total solar eclipse before? 10/10 highly recommend! 🤯 Here's your guide to future total solar eclipses to help you plan. planetary.org/articles/20170…
Replying to @exploreplanets
We've partnered with Betchart Expeditions since 1991 to send expert guides and space enthusiasts on Planetary Society expeditions! It's too late to join our group in Antarctica for this solar eclipse, but there are more adventures to come! Learn more at planetary.org/travel.
Travel with The Planetary Society & Betchart Expeditions
planetary.org
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Eclipse viewing times vary depending on location. 🌏 If you are within the eclipse's path, you can look up viewing times for your area with @timeanddate: timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/…
Replying to @exploreplanets
Have you had your mind blown by a total solar eclipse before? 10/10 highly recommend! 🤯 Here's your guide to future total solar eclipses to help you plan. planetary.org/articles/20170…
Your guide to future total solar eclipses
planetary.org
 
We are less than a day from the only total solar eclipse of 2021!

Totality is only visible from Antarctica and the surrounding ocean, but observers in Argentina, South Africa, Australia, or New Zealand may be able to see a partial solar eclipse depending on their location. pic.twitter.com/3QsVKZ729s
Replying to @exploreplanets
Eclipse viewing times vary depending on location. 🌏 If you are within the eclipse's path, you can look up viewing times for your area with @timeanddate: timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/…
 
We are less than a day from the only total solar eclipse of 2021!

Totality is only visible from Antarctica and the surrounding ocean, but observers in Argentina, South Africa, Australia, or New Zealand may be able to see a partial solar eclipse depending on their location.
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Watched a really interesting video on how the hexagon could be made by the dynamics of liquid hydrogen circulating deep in saturn. Very excited to see the research that comes from this/potential for the theoretical presence of metallic hydrogen
Replying to @Ryanosborne24
Everything about the idea of liquid metallic hydrogen is fascinating!
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Just in case you are wondering, there is no hexagon at Saturn's south pole, just a smaller, circular vortex. ☁️
Replying to @exploreplanets
Saturn Madlibs: If you can't handle me at my [north polar hexagon], then you don't deserve me at my [beautiful rings].
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
But why is the storm hexagon-shaped? Everyone loves a good space mystery! More study is needed, but our current understanding is that the storm is shaped by Saturn's jet streams and interactions with the smaller storms surrounding the planet's north pole.
Replying to @exploreplanets
Just in case you are wondering, there is no hexagon at Saturn's south pole, just a smaller, circular vortex. ☁️
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Cassini's images showed the storm changing color over time. In 2013, the hexagon was a beautiful blue, but by 2017, as Saturn was on the cusp of summer in the northern hemisphere, the storm turned a smoggy yellow. (📹: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/Hampton University) pic.twitter.com/iPbeqpqsqb
Replying to @exploreplanets
But why is the storm hexagon-shaped? Everyone loves a good space mystery! More study is needed, but our current understanding is that the storm is shaped by Saturn's jet streams and interactions with the smaller storms surrounding the planet's north pole.
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
NASA's @CassiniSaturn spacecraft studied the hexagonal storm for years, but it was first spotted by Voyager 2 in 1981. 🪐
Replying to @exploreplanets
Cassini's images showed the storm changing color over time. In 2013, the hexagon was a beautiful blue, but by 2017, as Saturn was on the cusp of summer in the northern hemisphere, the storm turned a smoggy yellow. (📹: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/Hampton University)
 
We dare you to name a solar system feature that's wackier than Saturn's hexagon.

The storm at Saturn's north pole is hexagon-shaped, double the width of the Earth in diameter, and changes color over time.

(📸: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/Jason Major (@JPMajor)) pic.twitter.com/dwlhH1f44J
Replying to @exploreplanets
NASA's @CassiniSaturn spacecraft studied the hexagonal storm for years, but it was first spotted by Voyager 2 in 1981. 🪐
 
We dare you to name a solar system feature that's wackier than Saturn's hexagon.

The storm at Saturn's north pole is hexagon-shaped, double the width of the Earth in diameter, and changes color over time.

(📸: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/Jason Major (@JPMajor))
 
I spy with my little eye... a #MarsHelicopter!
Open up this image and take a close look at the centre.

What do you see? pic.twitter.com/rbepvEEFkV
 
When scientists detect a possible sign of alien life, how do we know what to make of it?

@NASA's Jim Green and Mary Voytek join us on @PlanRad to talk about developing tools to evaluate potential evidence of life beyond Earth.

Listen or read it here: planetary.org/planetary-radi…
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
The #MarsHelicopter’s journey continues! Ingenuity’s next flight is scheduled no earlier than Dec. 5. The crossing of the “Séítah” region of Mars’ Jezero Crater will take at least two flights to better target safe landing sites and without excessive risk. go.nasa.gov/3xQ2t5J
 
Sooooo everything from our shop that @exploreplanets included on their “Gifts For Space Lovers” holiday list sold out! 😱
We’re restocking as quickly as possible, and the first just landed…
Get one while you can! 🚀
shop.startorialist.com/products/rocke…
Replying to @startorialist
Sorry, not sorry. 😆 But seriously, we're glad people are enjoying your cool space products. Thanks for restocking! 🚀
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
So Jupiter always looked like just one big ocean to me lmao. Is there no surface? Just a big blob of liquid and gas ?
Replying to @Myvansisbrown
Jupiter doesn't have a solid surface. It's totally a blob of liquid and gas, and it has a weird "fuzzy core." The deeper you dive into Jupiter, the more core material gets mixed in with atmospheric material. It's a gradual thing. Definitely more studying needed!
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Which winner is your favorite?
Replying to @exploreplanets
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s vote. We’re excited to see what 2022 will bring! 🚀
 
Announcing the winners of our 2021 Explorers' Choice Awards! 🎉

Here are the space missions, images, and exploration highlights that you chose as your favorites from the past year: planetary.org/bestof2021 pic.twitter.com/3qW6xnC42b
Replying to @exploreplanets
Which winner is your favorite?
 
Announcing the winners of our 2021 Explorers' Choice Awards! 🎉

Here are the space missions, images, and exploration highlights that you chose as your favorites from the past year: planetary.org/bestof2021
 
Crazy how this looks like it could easily be in #StarCitizen.
Replying to @tvliQuidGG
💯 The details #StarCitizen put into the cloud tops of the gas giant Crusader are very realistic. It would be really cool to talk to @RobertsSpaceInd sometime about the science that went into their procedurally generated clouds on planets. ☁️
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
The @NASAJuno spacecraft made another close pass by Jupiter on Nov. 29 and captured this view of cyclones near the planet's north pole. (📸: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill (@kevinmgill))
Replying to @exploreplanets
How do you grapple with the scale of the solar system?
 
Jupiter is truly ginormous. If you took every other object in the solar system — minus the Sun — and smashed them into a ball, you would only have half the mass of Jupiter. (Not to mention that you would have destroyed a bunch of planets.) pic.twitter.com/vTTlgAmEmi
Replying to @exploreplanets
The @NASAJuno spacecraft made another close pass by Jupiter on Nov. 29 and captured this view of cyclones near the planet's north pole. (📸: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill (@kevinmgill))
 
Jupiter is truly ginormous. If you took every other object in the solar system — minus the Sun — and smashed them into a ball, you would only have half the mass of Jupiter. (Not to mention that you would have destroyed a bunch of planets.)
 
Happy 42nd birthday 🥳 to @exploreplanets. Thank you for being a partner and supporter of 🇨🇦's role in space 🌑🪐👩🏽‍🚀
Replying to @DontLetGoCanada
Thanks for the birthday wishes, @DontLetGoCanada. So glad we have you as a partner! Together we’ll keep advocating for Canada’s role in space exploration. 🚀
 
Thrilled and absolutely STUNNED to wake up this morning to the news that I’m a @forbes 30 Under 30 honoree!!

So honored to join the Forbes Class of 2022 amongst this brilliant list of leaders and world-changers.

Read about all the honorees here! forbes.com/30-under-30/20… pic.twitter.com/8d71yuQrQv
 
Our CEO @BillNye has a new @Masterclass! He'll teach you the scientific and critical thinking skills you need to help better your life and the world around you.

Enroll at: masterclass.com/billnye
 
Our CEO @BillNye has a new @Masterclass! He'll teach you the scientific and critical thinking skills you need to help better your life and the world around you.

Enroll at: masterclass.com/billnye
On @MasterClass, I’ll teach you the framework for scientific & critical thinking that I’ve developed over the past 40 years. I want to help you use science to solve problems, accomplish goals, and offer solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. masterclass.com/billnye pic.twitter.com/lyrrRzaLEv
 
On @MasterClass, I’ll teach you the framework for scientific & critical thinking that I’ve developed over the past 40 years. I want to help you use science to solve problems, accomplish goals, and offer solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. masterclass.com/billnye pic.twitter.com/lyrrRzaLEv
We're excited for your new class, @BillNye! Thanks for everything you do to make science fun and accessible.
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Congrats for 42 years. 🎂 So long and thanks for all the fish. 4️⃣2️⃣
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
We've waited 42 years to make that #HitchhikersGuide joke. Worth it. pic.twitter.com/7NeGq3XKIN
Replying to @exploreplanets
Our birthday falls on #GivingTuesday this year! If you send us a birthday donation today, your gift will be matched up to $15,000. 🚀 You can donate now at planetary.org/planetaryfund.
The Planetary Society
planetary.org
 
Today's our 42nd birthday! 🎂

We're as old as the answer to life, the universe and everything!

Here's a picture of our founders, Bruce Murray, Carl Sagan, and Lou Friedman, around the time of our formal incorporation on November 30, 1979. pic.twitter.com/2uL1rtfbKA
Replying to @exploreplanets
We've waited 42 years to make that #HitchhikersGuide joke. Worth it.
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Today's our 42nd birthday! 🎂

We're as old as the answer to life, the universe and everything!

Here's a picture of our founders, Bruce Murray, Carl Sagan, and Lou Friedman, around the time of our formal incorporation on November 30, 1979.
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Double your impact and donate today to support historical missions and advancements from the Perseverance rover landing on Mars, to our very own LightSail 2 solar sailing technology.
Replying to @exploreplanets
With your gift and your passion, we can do so much more to advance space science and exploration in 2022! Thanks. 🙌
 
The future of space exploration depends on YOU! Make a gift today, and it will be matched up to $15,000. 🚀#GivingTuesday

Donate now at planetary.org/planetaryfund. pic.twitter.com/FJlQyHV7Nl
Replying to @exploreplanets
Double your impact and donate today to support historical missions and advancements from the Perseverance rover landing on Mars, to our very own LightSail 2 solar sailing technology.
 
The future of space exploration depends on YOU! Make a gift today, and it will be matched up to $15,000. 🚀#GivingTuesday

Donate now at planetary.org/planetaryfund.
 
It's @NASAJuno Perijove 38!

New images in a few days :-D pic.twitter.com/Bbt3c5BLbX
Woo PJ38! Can't wait to see your beautifully processed images, @kevinmgill.
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
The Hubble team successfully recovered the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph instrument on Sunday, Nov. 28, bringing Hubble closer to full science operations.

Three of Hubble's four active instruments are now collecting science data once again: go.nasa.gov/3D2Mdzd
 
In reply to @exploreplanets
Till today, I didn't understand what this company do apart from printing t-shirts and hoodies.
Glad you got a chance to learn more about us! We're a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing space science and exploration with our thousands of members around the world. You can learn more about what we do at planetary.org/about. 🚀
About Us
planetary.org
 
Dear Curiosity,

Glad your trip up Mount Sharp is going well! Thanks for sending so many amazing pictures. Say hi to Mars for us. 👋

Best wishes,
The Planetary Society
Greetings from high up on Mars’ Mount Sharp! My team combined two black-and-white images from different times of the day and added colors to make this artistic landscape. There’s beauty all around us if we let ourselves be inspired.

Yours Truly, Curiosity
go.nasa.gov/3l42PAn pic.twitter.com/JxLregYifY
 
Just 2 days left to vote in our 2021 Explorers' Choice awards!

Help us pick the best space missions, moments, and photos of the year at planetary.org/bestof2021. pic.twitter.com/0frzP2wPOo
Replying to @exploreplanets
What was the best thing that we accomplished in 2021? Our members' advocacy helped put a microphone on Mars! We launched our new grant program, hosted a virtual #Planetfest21 and Day of Action, and debuted our documentary and @SmithsonianAIB exhibit about LightSail 2. 🚀
 
 
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