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Elyse David has been at 5 events

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Astronomers Without Borders232,943Astronauts Ron Garan and Anousheh Ansari join us for this special AWB Hangout, "Astronomy In the Development of STEM Education". Though often neglected in traditional educational systems, astronomy is an ideal way to present science and other technical fields in schools. With limited resources, especially in developing countries, astronomy offers an accessible "laboratory" in a subject that already fascinates children. AWB's Telescopes to Tanzania is just one example of how astronomy is used to promote science learning and curriculum-building in developing countries. This panel discussion will look at how astronomy has been used for development and the opportunities that remain. Guests: Ron Garan is a former astronaut, aquanaut, and test pilot who is also an entrepreneur. He has founded multiple companies and socially-focused organizations. His social media following of 3.6 million makes him one of Google Plus’ “Top 25 Followed”, and a Kred “Top 1% Influencer”. Anousheh Ansari was a co-sponsor of the $10 million Ansari X Prize for the first private launch of a reusable manned spacecraft, and the first female private space explorer. She is a serial entrepreneur and currently the chairman of Prodea Systems which she co-founded. Kevin Govender is the Director of the International Astronomical Union's Office of Astronomy for Development in South Africa, which was created to use astronomy to make the world a better place. Mponda Malozo is an environmentalist in Tanzania who also works with the educational system as a science consultant promotes astronomy through outreach activities. He is the Tanzania Coordinator of the Universe Awareness Foundation and a project manager for AWB's Telescopes to Tanzania.Astronomy For the Development of STEM Education2014-08-06 18:00:0090  
Daria Musk3,652,299*Expand to read the story and learn how to join live!* Three years ago to the day, I stood in front of my computer - a guitar in my hands, songs in my heart, fingers trembling - about to press a button that said, "Hangout". I was still waterlogged with rainy nights of lugging my amps into tiny clubs and tears from the not-knowing-what-would-happen to my dreams. That night, when I hit "Hangout" you saved my dreams, you saved me. Your faces popped in. We sang all night. Six hours later my heart was six million times bigger and I would never be the same. Every year I want to celebrate that day. I want to thank you face to face. I want to meet back at our special place and sing your praises. It's time for Hangoutiversary III.  *PLEASE, BE CELEBRATED* So please, meet me on July 16th. Right here, inside the place where we had our virtual first date. Comment back and let me know that you're planning to come, I will organize special circles of you all, so we can rotate the 10 seats and meet and meet and meet again. I'll sing our songs of celebration. I'll sing new songs of adoration, to you and this crazy world that gives us a chance just when we think maybe it can't. Come with your hopes and your dreams to be amplified and your updates and your friends and families and fantasies. Let's sing 'til our throats go weak and dance in front of computer screens, like the silly beautiful people we know ourselves to be.   *HOW TO HANG* In case you're new or rusty all you have to do to join this Hangout is:   ✪ RSVP a big fat *yes* here. ✪ On Wednesday, July 16th come back to this page when the Hangout starts (6PM Eastern US Time). ✪ You can watch or click "join" to on my page @100974258168375166691! ✪ Don't for get to comment and let me know if you want to join and around what time. I'll be sure to circle you and invite you when you're web-camera-ready! ✪ Come with song requests, stories and even a "dream to amplify". The theme of this hangout is #amplifyyourdreams  cause that's what you guys did for me. You turnt it up to 11! *SRSLY, MESSAGE ME* Send me a private message or chat or comment to me here if you'd like to arrange a special invite or if you're new and want to join the family and need some tips for getting in. I think I'm going to make invite circles for each half hour, so let me know when you want to join. Everyone's invited. It's really the greatest possible gift, just to let me sing for you and get to know you again and again and again.  *SPREAD THE LOVE* Share this invite too. Let's grow the family. Any friend of yours is a friend of mine and deserves some showcased virtual face-to-face time. *XO, Daria* PS. *CONNECTED BY* This concert celebration is being supported by our new friends at CO-OP Connected Credit Unions. CO-OP is all about connection, just like our epic House Of Blues Concert, they've partnered up with us to make sure we stay together and keep banking on this amazing feeling we get when we connect through ethernet lines HANGOUTIVERSARY CONCERT2014-07-17 00:00:00386  
The White House2,846,354Join White House Chef Bill Yosses, @100091697767366769792 Chef Anne Burrell, and former @102371865054310418159 astronaut Ron Garan to discuss the raw science behind turkey, stuffing, and other fixins’ on our #Thanksgiving  tables: http://wh.gov/we-the-geeks Have questions? Post them in the comments section below. #Cooking   #Food   #STEM   #WeTheGeeks  We the Geeks: Talking Turkey and the Science of Cooking2013-11-27 18:00:0089  
Ron Garan3,747,194Join in a global conversation about the need for collaboration to solve the problems facing our worldThe #KeyIsWe2013-10-11 17:00:00180  
The White House2,846,354This Friday at 2pm ET, the White House will host a "We The Geeks" Google+ Hangout on asteroids with experts including NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver, former astronaut Ed Lu, and Bill Nye the Science Guy: http://at.wh.gov/lvjzd Tune in to find out how experts are working to find asteroids before they find us—and other potential opportunities these space rocks present. Ask your questions using #WeTheGeeks and we'll answer some during the hangout.We the Geeks: Asteroids2013-05-31 20:00:00727  

Elyse David has been shared in 27 public circles

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Allan watson26,270Active users on Google+. Circle ShareIf you received a notification, please reshare to your #circlesIf you’d like to be added to the next circle share: • +1 this circle • Share this circle to PUBLIC • Include me in your circles • Comment on this post#Atlas #World #Washington #DC #National #Geographic #issue #Population #December #ebcom #Encyclopædia #Britannica #Chicago #Encyclopædia #Britannica #Inc #to #b #National #Geographic #Atlas #World #th #ed #Washington #Brief #No #February #includes2015-04-23 06:59:594045616
Suravi Chy0#Girlsonly #sharedcircle #girlcircle #circleofgirls  2015-04-17 10:22:4456000
Tourej Ansari16,540All Kinds of People Shared CircleReshare or comment or plus to be in the next circle share!  Let me know if you want to be in the circle! Circle these plussers they are cool people! #circle #circles #circlesharing #circleshare #circleoftheday #circleplus #public #publiccircles2014-05-10 11:00:124583111
John Wood5,210Landscape #Photography circle Best of the Week!!!To be considered for this circle, please:1- Share this circle in your stream.2- Ask to be included in the comments section of the original post.3- Make sure you've added our page to your circles.4- You must post your own original work in your stream.#CircleShare  #SharedCircles  2014-05-09 13:32:48417462961
James Field2,849It's been a while since I shared my 'Space' circle, so here it is.If you're at all interested in space, this is a great place to start.  This circle is a mixed bag of people & pages.  It includes astronauts, agencies, journalists, publications, space historians, futurologists, Google Lunar X-Prize teams, spaceship manufacturers, space probes & rovers, stargazers, astrophysicists...  There really is something for everyone!Please feel free to pass on the space love. #SharedCircles   #CircleShare   #Space  2014-04-08 14:56:03275000
Mohammad Rahimi3,130My best circle ever!I usually share this circle once or twice a week to let everyone know about how wonderful people are included here. Anyone who wants to enjoy being on G+ should have these nice individual in their circles. Who wants to miss  +Linda Dee +martin shervington +Ludovic Moreeuw +Euro Maestro +Eren Mckay +Anna Israelyan +Rodney Pike +Susanne Ramharter +Robert Scoble or +George Sepich?Each and everyone included are great people to follow. #top100bestpeople  2013-05-06 05:43:368210510
Mohammad Rahimi3,014My journey on Google PlusTonight i would like to take a moment and review my presence on Google Plus since i joined it. To tell you the truth i am seeing here as my second home. In a country like Afghanistan surrounded with worlds of obstacles and challenges  from kidnapping to any moment explosion and many other issues here, this is my window to the world, I have find my family here, friends, brothers and sisters. I have been telling about my daily life, my dreams, my activities and my concerns. I am glad that you guys have always been there for me to support me  and encourage me with your comments, you have gave me the best advice i could never get somewhere else. I have been welcomed in Hangouts, talking about myself, listening to others and have learned too much. I still need to learn, i still need to listen and get support to move forward. My true supporter is    +Linda Dee thank you Linda for being so kind, when you call me your hero in the hangouts and introduce me to other people it gives me motivation, courage and hope, +martin shervington  has been so kind and friendly with world of experience to help me understand how the things work on G+, +Susanne Ramharter  , +Ben Liebrand +Christopher Poff +Scott McQuade +Derric Atzrott  +Alison Marlowe     +Susan Stone +Rumyana Draganova +Radoslav Dejanović +Patrick O'Brien +Citizen Dave +Brazil de C +2013-05-03 17:15:5875316
Euro Maestro44,196Weekly roundup and the Who's Who of Google Plus !#sharedcircles      #top500      #ff      #euromaestrocircles     #euromaestro       #sundayseven   #weeklyreview  Find out where you are on CircleCount  http://www.circlecount.com/euromaestrowhoswho/The top photographers this week+Rinus Bakker  +Mike Shaw  +Trey Ratcliff  With the Google redesign this week, we were not able to make the changes necessary to fully incorporate category list. Stay tuned.  The top gplussers in Europehttp://www.circlecount.com/cont-eu/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in Canadahttp://www.circlecount.com/ca/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in Chinahttp://www.circlecount.com/cn/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in Finlandhttp://www.circlecount.com/fi/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in Francehttp://www.circlecount.com/fr/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in Germanyhttp://www.circlecount.com/de/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in Indiahttp://www.circlecount.com/in/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in the UKhttp://www.circlecount.com/gb/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in the UShttp://www.circlecount.com/us/euromaestrowhoswho/Congrats to +Marques Brownlee and +Amanda Blain pretty consistently in a virtual tie for the number 1 spot. Congrats also to +Luke Mulvey who shot up in the rankings this week. Who are the top 50 in my country ?On the top of the page change "all countries" in the selection field to the country that you are interested in to see the top engagers for that country. Where am I or my friends on the list ?If you don't see yourself or your friends, just put your name or his name in the search box and you can find the scores and ranking.  Click on "open page with profile" to see  who is right above or below as well. How can I find the list durin2013-03-10 21:53:30260852485
Euro Maestro43,443Weekly roundup and the Who's Who of Google Plus !#sharedcircles     #top500     #ff     #euromaestrocircles     #euromaestro     #weeklyreview  Find out where you are on CircleCount  http://www.circlecount.com/euromaestrowhoswho/The top photographers this week+Rinus Bakker  +Mike Shaw  +Trey Ratcliff  Next week, I'll do a long list of photographers. If you want to be included, just tell me in the comments you want to be included in the photographers category.+Jason Joseph  is one of the great photographers that helps moderate Trey's photographer's community.  He has some amazing work and I understand that there will be some prints on sale next week. News from around the Google Plusverse !Google ends its #ifihadglass  campaignYou can read about it in TechCrunch but something tells me that +Derek Ross  and +Trey Ratcliff  were not too impressed by this posthttp://techcrunch.com/2013/02/28/youdidntgetglass-google-has-closed-registrations-for-their-ifihadglass-pre-order-ploy/The judge from the UK Samsung vs Apple case in the news, post by +Mike Elgan https://plus.google.com/+MikeElgan/posts/iYNgzVNKEWf+Randy Hilarski and +Anabell araúz  a husband and wife team are number 1 and number 2 in Panama in terms of having the most followers. 2013-03-01 19:57:422301593396
Euro Maestro42,940Weekly roundup and the Who's Who of Google Plus !#sharedcircles    #top500    #ff    #euromaestrocircles    #euromaestro    #weeklyreview  Find out where you are on CircleCount  http://www.circlecount.com/euromaestrowhoswho/The top gplussers in Europehttp://www.circlecount.com/cont-eu/euromaestrowhoswho/+Ali Adelstein Euro Maestro +Rinus Bakker  Mike Shaw +Paco Barranco  The top gplussers in Canadahttp://www.circlecount.com/ca/euromaestrowhoswho/+Amanda Blain  +Denis Labelle  +Robert Armstrong  Darryl Van GaalRon CliffordThe top gplussers in Chinahttp://www.circlecount.com/cn/euromaestrowhoswho/+变态辣椒  +William Long  The top gplussers in Finlandhttp://www.circlecount.com/fi/euromaestrowhoswho/Mikko LagerstedtMikko Tyllinen+Jaana Nyström  The top gplussers in France+Euro Maestro  +Morgan Abbou  David Guetta The top gplussers in Germanyhttp://www.circlecount.com/de/euromaestrowhoswho/+Ali Adelstein  +Patrick Graber  Phillip SteuerCarston Knobloch+jan schellenberger  The top gplussers in Indiahttp://www.circlecount.com/in/euromaestrowhoswho/Kirthika MGayatri VantilluShailja Sharma+Rahul Roy  Sunidhi KapoorThe top gplussers in the UKhttp://www.circlecount.com/gb/euromaestrowhoswho/+Mike Shaw   Alison ThurstonEmma WatsonKate Savage+April Summers  The top rapper+Soulja Boy The top gplussers in the UShttp://www.circlecount.com/us/euromaestrowhoswho/+Marques Brownlee  +Rosa Golijan  +Carter Gibson  +Wil Wheaton  +Nixie Pixel  The top 25 in the World1  Marques Brownlee  55k follow  1000 Engage  100 Edge  199 coms  249 shares  1323 likes2  Amanda Blain  2517k follow  1000 Engage  77 Edge  156 coms  183 shares  861 likes3  Rosa Golijan  857k follow  1000 Engage  83 Edge  143 coms  113 shares  675 likes4  Ali Adelstein  23k follow  1000 Engage  100 Edge  128 coms  152 shares  518 likes5  Euro Maestro  42k follow  1000 Engage  99 Edge  174 coms  96 shares  232 likes6  Neila Rey  34k follow  1000 Engage  100 Edge  223 coms  292 shares  1225 likes7  Rinus Bakker  53k follow  1000 Engage  100 Edge  284 coms  237 shares  1043 likes8  Malaika Ali  33k follow  1000 Engage  100 Edge  147 coms  231 shares  696 likes9  Mike Shaw  1862k follow  1000 Engage  78 Edge  146 coms  110 shares  1125 likes10  nicinhagil gil  51k follow  1000 Engage  99 Edge  150 coms  103 shares  210 2013-02-22 23:43:58130691760
Ian Herndon8,223Shared Circle Time! - G+ Community Moderators & Owners (5 of x)Re-Share to help moderators easily connect with one another!Now that Google has launched Communities there has been a ton of activity by people to create communities relating to their interests, join ones created by others, and meet other creators in an effort to learn more and more new ways to build and contribute to G+ Communities. +Community Moderators is an example of a page/community dedicated specifically to having a single place where all moderators can join in discussion around just that.I have been hard at work creating Circles that consist of Community Moderators and Owners only. My hope is to be able to help others expand their network of friends to also include like minded people dabbling in the Community space too. In the near future I intend to eventually group these moderator circles into smaller more targeted ones tailored to specific interests. So with that said, here's our circles!G+ Community Moderators & Owners Circle (1 of x) - 12/31/2012https://plus.google.com/u/0/110099838681495349209/posts/ETe6deLAMq2G+ Community Moderators & Owners Circle (2 of x) - 12/31/2012https://plus.google.com/u/0/110099838681495349209/posts/7i2DXeQpknnG+ Community Moderators & Owners Circle (3 of x) - 12/31/2012https://plus.google.com/u/0/110099838681495349209/posts/j1rsi9YGGVgG+ Community Moderators & Owners Circle (4 of x) - 1/12/2013https://plus.google.com/u/0/110099838681495349209/posts/VFUjZcifXPQG+ Community Moderators & Owners Circle (5 of x) - 1/12/2013https://plus.google.com/u/0/110099838681495349209/posts/LpiNK8BmKnN#Community     #Moderators     #Owners     #Communities     #Circle   #SharedCircles     #CircleShare2013-01-12 16:30:19500303
Shells Bells5,180Best of 2012 CircleThis circle is some of the G+ awesomeness that has enriched my life this year - and I am grateful.  A while back +Sean Cowen asked what G+ has meant to us.  After watching Brene Brown's TEDTalks (http://www.ted.com/speakers/brene_brown.html) I realize that for me, G+ has been a lesson in vulnerability and courage. I have been humbled by the courage of every one of you.  I love that women post no make-up pictures and that you all speak your minds (your clever, creative, crazy & beautiful minds...). I have been blown away by the public sharing regarding topics as deep as abuse and depression - talk about vulnerability and putting yourself out there - absolutely amazing.  By doing so, you have helped others in ways you may never know.  <3Inspiration's what you are to me, inspiration, look... see.  Led Zeppelin - Thank YouYou have inspired me. (warning TL:DR personal stuff below) Oh, & I did include some new peeps.  If they're freaks, blame +Ben Zaitz.This month, I gathered some courage and let three people see me in, what was to me, a position of vulnerability.The first was a very dear friend from Elementary School.  For the past few years, I avoided HIRLing because I was ashamed of my weight and I guess I didn't want to disappoint him.  The same reason recently kept me from seeing a dear High School friend.  I saw them and each did not care that I was not perfect, they love me for me.  Mann, it was great to see their faces again, talk in person and have some non-virtual hugs.  <3I attribute this change in thinking to your responses to a July post: https://plus.google.com/115807723984369772514/posts/Ui2TQBPuELKAmong the other awesome words from you peeps, +Alvin Stearns wrote, "Never again compare yourself to others so that you make unfair and useless judgments about yourself or others.  That includes comparing yourself to you in the past."  The third was that, with your encouragement on a private post, I actually asked a guy out.  I would have never even considered doing that a year ago.  (He has a gf, so no deal, but it's all good cause he was cool.)I know these are little things, but I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.  And thank you to +matthew rappaport, Bobbi Jo Woods and +Tiffany Henry for coordinating the first NYCHIRL. Due to my kiddies, I couldn't see +Daria Musk and +Ryan Van Sickle2012-12-31 06:09:4450026231
Waqas Awan (warrioRR)132#Awesome #Circle #sharedcircles #circleoftheday  2012-10-08 06:33:52501304
Sharing is Caring on G+1,920Some of the Greatest People on G+!2012-04-23 00:34:27478201219
Sharing is Caring on G+1,471#sharingiscaring We are well over the 1200 mark according to +CircleCount statisticsThis is one of the three circles I am gpoing to share publicly tonight.+Sharing is Caring on G+ was designed by me (+pio dal cin ) with the sole intention of sharing posts here on +Google+ . There are a few guidelines for Sharing on this page (please check the "about page") but mainly:Keep the content of your shares clean (This is a G rated page)No anti-anything (racial/ sex/ religious discrimination posts)No prices tags/ sales/spam (ebay will be glad to host you)No political campaigning (we are neutral)No particular requirement to join the page, just circle it and you will be circled back ASAP.Many of the people in this (three) circles are friends but many others I do not know. The team of managers sharing content is not responsible for the content that may be posted here by any of the subscribers of the page itself.Breaking of the guidelines (above) will result in immediate blocking (I do not have the time or the energy to notify you)Once more thanks to +Iván Sánchez de Miguel for creating the beautiful logo.Don't see your name here?Check the other two circles coming out in a few minutes.Special thanks to:+M Monica +Sarah Hill +Rodney Pike +Jack C Crawford +Mark Traphagen +Chris Lang +Margie D Casados +CircleCount +2012-04-13 23:20:584948618
Sharing is Caring on G+1,204Hello Gplussers: This is +pio dal cin creator of the page. First I want to thank the great Artist behind this logo my superduper friend +Iván Sánchez de Miguel (if you need a logo, he is THE MAN)+CircleCount thank you for keeping track of all our data with your great statistics. Add +CircleCount to your app and play with the great statistics they provide and updatewww.CircleCount.comhere is the first of the two circles of +Sharing is Caring on G+ Some people I know, others I don't. I am having a hard time keeping up with all this adding that I asked a few of my friends to help me managing the page:Please welcome managers:+Yifat Cohen +Eileen McAllister +Robert Redl +M Monica +Jack C Crawford +Rodney Pike If you are not in the circle I am releasing the second one in one minute...please check our new page, it's growing as fast as this one, and we are being copied too (that is a good sign)+Sharing is Caring on G+ (because if you SHARE...you CARE)2012-04-02 23:46:34496149
James Field127This is one of my biggest circles (excluding the generic 'Following' or 'Pages' circles) and contains both people and pages to do with Space.There are astronauts, planets, space agencies, space ships and space stations in here, among other things. If you're interested in space, take a look at this circle.cc: +Earth - I think there might be some in here you might not have in your regularly shared circle. Please feel free to take a look and add whatever you like to your circle.2012-03-23 13:57:2768000
John Kellden4,179The Moneyball TeamGoogle+ Visionaries, take 2An update of the circle I previously shared. I've removed most of the big hitters.I figured they're in the ten thousand range or more and will survive being cut. Will share them in a new circle in the not too distant future. I also removed some Google Pages. This is the Moneyball Team of Google+. And I mean that as the highest possible praise.#sharedcircles #sharedcircle #circleshare2012-03-19 13:04:39500648
John Kellden4,179Google+ VisionariesThese 365 people are mandatory to interact with. I suggest you set aside a moment each day for each one in this circle. Which is why I've added 365 people. Seriously, do.Ok, so it's not humanly possible to do that. Think of it as a Google+ smorgasbord of awesome people then.As with my previously shared link of 500 Great Google Plus People, I've looked at these people from a number of different angles. They passed with flying colours. :)#sharedcircles #sharedcircle #circleshare2012-03-19 11:09:54365231829
Sharing is Caring on G+805Hello Everyone this is +pio dal cin I would like to thank one more time +Iván Sánchez de Miguel who created the beautiful logo on the Page that I created.Thanks also to all the members of this circle who are active on SHARING other's G+ers content.+CircleCount just recently joined us to be our 500 subscriber .Welcome +CircleCount (Your statistic are just Great)+Sharing is Caring on G+ Circle was created with the sole intention of SHARING content from other Gplussers (no question asked).Do you like to see your posts Shared? I am sure you do...Like I do..Like everyone in this circle did. Many of these people I know...Others I don't, but I know for sure that they Came, they Saw, they Shared.Want to be part of the Great Sharing Experience?Circle the Page and remember a few guidelines (check About page for full details)1) Posts Pubicly if you want to be shared2) Keep it "clean" and suitable to a General Audience3) No Prices, Sales,Business Promotions (there is Ebay for that)4) Do not over post- Enjoy the +Sharing is Caring on G+ feeling and keep an eye on the RIPPLES2012-03-19 05:14:425001245
Luciano Cruz932This is a great circle everybody. If you care, please share...Sharing is Caring on G+2012-03-18 18:21:503661306
John Kellden4,057Great Google Plus PeopleWorth Waiting For. I've thrown every heuristic and the kitchen sink into this, pondering from a great many angles, with the intention of creating a shared circle that is nothing other than mindblowing. You won't get instant fame, fortune and world peace by interacting with this bunch of people, but pretty damn close. This is like an online portable, accessible, interactive Chautauqua. And then some. Enjoy!2012-03-17 15:45:4949913914
Sharing is Caring on G+399We came..we saw..we cared...we shared. this is the +Sharing is Caring on G+ created to share content here on +Google+ Sharing creates a positive energy and great interaction. All the people in this circle, from all over the world have done something special: Share other Gplussers content. (Please read the about page)You are welcome to join by sharing this page. Everyone is welcome but let us keep it clean and appealing to a General Audience. Heavy posting, advertising will be treated as spam.Happy sharing with +Sharing is Caring on G+ by +pio dal cin2012-03-02 22:46:36322122
Sharing is Caring on G+285"we saw..we red..we shared" this is the +Sharing is Caring on G+ Circle .Hop in if you wish...share and comment and you'll be added as your content (if it meets the standards explained in the about page) will be shared... This circle was created by +pio dal cin because sharing creates a great energy here on +Google .Plussing is ok but sharing is far far better...:) the logo was created by the pen of +Iván Sánchez de Miguel2012-02-13 22:20:56234201
Alister Macintyre2,447+Dean Sorenson Here is my circle of people interested in Science and Engineering topics, which has grown a bit since I last shared it.2012-01-12 07:12:1185901
Leigh Henderson0Here is my NON-PROFIT circle. Included in the circle are people from various industries and backgrounds, who work with (or own) non-profit orgs, eco / environmental orgs and people who do their bit for good causes. If you would like to be added to this circle please post below. If you want to help out please share this circle.I am a designer and will work with registered non-profit orgs on your future graphic/web/multi-media projects. If your non-profit org needs help in that department feel free to contact me.Leigh Henderson shared a circle with you.2011-10-22 00:25:14240235
Tom Rolfson3,481Looking for Baby Boomers on Google+? You can add this circle plus see the list at: http://www.gpc.fm/l/boomers Please add yourself to the list and let me know if you'd like to be added to the circle.Tom Rolfson shared a circle with you.2011-10-21 22:01:56562206

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2015-04-26 12:00:58 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 36 +1s)Open 

When I first saw this picture last month, this is what I thought: 3 Faces of Dr. Virts. What is your secret astronaut Terry Virts? "Every time you pick up a handful of dust, and see not the dust, but a mystery, a marvel, there in your hand. Every time you stop and think, I'm alive, and being alive is fantastic!" - from 7 Faces of Dr. Lao, a 1964 film directed by George Pál (Destination Moon,The Time Machine, War of the Worlds) Credit: NASA

When I first saw this picture last month, this is what I thought: 3 Faces of Dr. Virts. What is your secret astronaut Terry Virts? "Every time you pick up a handful of dust, and see not the dust, but a mystery, a marvel, there in your hand. Every time you stop and think, I'm alive, and being alive is fantastic!" - from 7 Faces of Dr. Lao, a 1964 film directed by George Pál (Destination Moon,The Time Machine, War of the Worlds) Credit: NASA___

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2015-04-23 07:03:34 (11 comments, 3 reshares, 54 +1s)Open 

Take care of your ship and your shipmates.

Take care of your ship and your shipmates.___

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2015-03-05 01:26:36 (7 comments, 3 reshares, 49 +1s)Open 

L+100, L+101: Logbook

The Logbook is back!

Sorry for the very long Loss of Signal, it’s been a busy time: three spacewalks in 8 days can really fill your days and I felt that I needed to focus on my task 100%.

Having to run several hours of airlock ops and get two crewmates “out the door” safely and as quickly as possible is something that commands attention: by far the most demanding thing I have done on orbit and, the first time, definitely somewhat stressful.

Spacewalks are usually covered quite in detail on the internet, so I’m sure you guys already know more than I could possibly tell you. And as far as my job as IV is concerned, if you’re curious you can take a look at some training logbooks about Prep-and-Post classes, where we train airlock ops and pre-breath protocols. Check out for example Logbook L-70:
https:/... more »

L+100, L+101: Logbook

The Logbook is back!

Sorry for the very long Loss of Signal, it’s been a busy time: three spacewalks in 8 days can really fill your days and I felt that I needed to focus on my task 100%.

Having to run several hours of airlock ops and get two crewmates “out the door” safely and as quickly as possible is something that commands attention: by far the most demanding thing I have done on orbit and, the first time, definitely somewhat stressful.

Spacewalks are usually covered quite in detail on the internet, so I’m sure you guys already know more than I could possibly tell you. And as far as my job as IV is concerned, if you’re curious you can take a look at some training logbooks about Prep-and-Post classes, where we train airlock ops and pre-breath protocols. Check out for example Logbook L-70:

https://plus.google.com/+SamanthaCristoforetti/posts/HhCxe72awiq

Of course, some things are hard to practice on the ground. Take the SAFERs, for example, the jetpacks that are attached to the EMU suits for an emergency self-rescue in case of detachment from structure: on the ground we learn how to operate the latches that keep them secured to the suit, but it’s a whole different story to actually handle suit and SAFER in space. Heavy, bulky things don’t have weight up here, but they sure still have mass, hence inertia!

Anyway, everything went well, Butch and Terry did a stellar job outside, Anton was a precious help in the airlock and now we’re all catching our breaths as we settle into a less hectic work pace.

Also, we’re approaching fast the end of Expedition 42, which means that Butch, Sasha and Elena are getting ready for their fiery ride back to planet Earth next week.

Terry, Anton and I will be on our own up here for a couple of weeks, before Scott, Misha and Gennady join us towards the end of March.

Yesterday our soon-to-depart crewmates actually put on their Sokol suits for their pre-reentry leak checks and I have spotted Elena and Sasha practicing the Soyuz manual reentry on a simulator in the Service Module.

And we’re getting return cargo ready: today, for example, I took water samples from all our potable water delivery stations and stowed them for return on Soyuz.

Preparations for the next crew’s arrival have also begun. Yesterday I worked on stowing some cargo delivered on the Russian Progress resupply vehicle, which included Scott’s clothes and hygiene items.

We have our little space wardrobe in Node 2, close to our sleeping cabins: each one of us has a big rigid bag with our personal clothing supplies, mostly organized in Ziplocs that cover two weeks each (we call those “bricks”).

Butch, efficient as always, had already cleared his bag, so Scott… if you happen to be reading… your clothes are already nicely organized in Node 2 overhead! Not sure that they are enough for a year, though: I bet you’ll have more coming along the way.

Hey, by the way, yesterday was our 100th day in space! Well, technically that’s true only for me, since Terry and Anton had been in space before, but for sure it was our 100th day in space together. A bit scary, isn’t it? Compared to the time behind us, the time we have left already looks little, only a couple of months left.

Of course there are things from my Earthling life that I miss – a shower being pretty high on the list – but it will be really hard to leave the Space Station. In the past 100 days I have gone from uncontainable excitement and constant discovery to familiarity and a sense of quiet affection for the Station itself, our crew and the teams on the ground spread all over the world with whom we interact every day. It feels like home and, by the way, a home in which you can float and that offers an unbeatable view out of the window!
 
Futura mission website (Italian): Avamposto42
avamposto42.esa.int

#SamLogbook #Futura42  

(Trad IT)  Traduzione in italiano a cura di +AstronautiNEWS qui:
http://www.astronautinews.it/tag/logbook

(Trad FR) Traduction en français par +Anne Cpamoa ici: https://spacetux.org/cpamoa/category/traductions/logbook-samantha

(Trad ES) Tradducción en español por +Carlos Lallana Borobio  aqui: http://laesteladegagarin.blogspot.com.es/search/label/SamLogBook

(Trad DE)  Deutsch von http://www.logbuch-iss.de___

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2015-03-02 12:34:26 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Oh +TMZ I agree with +Ron Garan about Mars, not about the grocery store. #WithMyOwnEyes  

Oh +TMZ I agree with +Ron Garan about Mars, not about the grocery store. #WithMyOwnEyes  ___

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2015-02-02 22:43:13 (2 comments, 9 reshares, 38 +1s)Open 

I think the best way to give people an idea of what astronaut +Ron Garan's book The #OrbitalPerspective  is about, is to quote from the inspiring foreword by Nobel Peace Laureate +Muhammad Yunus : "As you read of Ron’s discovery of his life’s goal and purpose during his time in space, I hope you will also reflect on your own life’s goal and purpose here on Earth. What are the problems you consider impossible to solve - hunger, poverty, war, environmental issues - and how can you gather together with others to solve these problems? Use Ron’s idea of the orbital perspective as a way to erase obstacles, boundaries, and resistance to any problem." I hope you will want to know more. #TheKeyIsWe   http://hope.li/KeyIsWe

I think the best way to give people an idea of what astronaut +Ron Garan's book The #OrbitalPerspective  is about, is to quote from the inspiring foreword by Nobel Peace Laureate +Muhammad Yunus : "As you read of Ron’s discovery of his life’s goal and purpose during his time in space, I hope you will also reflect on your own life’s goal and purpose here on Earth. What are the problems you consider impossible to solve - hunger, poverty, war, environmental issues - and how can you gather together with others to solve these problems? Use Ron’s idea of the orbital perspective as a way to erase obstacles, boundaries, and resistance to any problem." I hope you will want to know more. #TheKeyIsWe   http://hope.li/KeyIsWe___

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2015-01-16 15:17:12 (6 comments, 2 reshares, 26 +1s)Open 

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  p... more »

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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2014-12-26 11:51:02 (12 comments, 4 reshares, 41 +1s)Open 

... And a star to guide us. Merry #Christmas and Peace on Earth.

... And a star to guide us. Merry #Christmas and Peace on Earth.___

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2014-12-22 13:22:23 (3 comments, 2 reshares, 32 +1s)Open 

Ever look into your closet and find that you have nothing to wear, clean or otherwise? Well......

Logbook: L+27, L+28
 
I’m the Station’s night owl tonight , everybody else is already asleep in our little ring of four crew quarters in Node 2.

I like listening to the sounds of the Station at night. People sometimes tell me that they would like to hear the utter silence that they assume I hear in space, but the famous “In space no one can hear you scream” only applies to the vacuum of space: fortunately inside the Space Station we have a breathable atmosphere at about the same pressure you have on Earth at sea level. Plenty of molecules nicely tight together happily transmitting sound throughout the cabin.
 
There is always a significant background noise, due to the many fans and pumps running all the time: a constant humming that signals that the Station is “alive” and healthy. In fact, if we had an emergency, like a fire or a depressurization, even if the audible alarm wouldn’t go off we would immediately notice it because the Station would go quiet: the computers implement an emergency auto-response that shuts down the ventilation.
 
Some noises have taken me by surprise occasionally. Like the first time I noticed a different noise in our toilet cabin, accompanied by a distinct vibration I could feel through the foot restraints on the “floor”. Turns out it’s a normal occurrence when the ground controllers are running the urine processing assembly in a certain mode.
 
Or one day, as I was floating out of Columbus, I heard one of our science racks making a loud hissing sound for several seconds, then go quiet. I checked with Col-CC in Munich and it turned out that they were doing some commanding of our Electro Magnetic Levitator from the ground. So, all expected!
 
It’s quite common for the ground to send commands remotely. Most of what we do up here as crew are tasks that require us to be hands-on on hardware: all commanding of the station systems and science experiments that can be done from the ground remotely are typically implemented by the ground controllers on console in the different control centers. And it’s probably better to have the specialists for each system send commands to the Station.
 
It’s also a way of saving precious crew time: for example, many maintenance procedures have safing steps at the beginning to make sure that the equipment is not powered and is in a safe configuration. Mission Control is always ahead of us and they will have safing in place before we get a chance to ask.
 
So, as you can imagine, running the Space Station requires a lot of communication and coordination between crew and teams on the ground. And we can always count on dozens of specialists looking over a constant stream of telemetry to make sure all systems are healthy up here. Or even to help us out with little things like disabling smoke detectors: we have to do that in most modules before vacuum cleaning the filters on the weekend, to avoid the risk of triggering a false smoke alarm with dust, and we always get a helping hand from mission control to get that done.
 
Hey, I’ve been in space for almost a month now, which means that today was new-pants day for me! Yep, we get six for the mission, so today was time to see what was on offer in my space wardrobe. I actually thought that I would get six identical pants, but… surprise! This will be a green-pants month. I love these pants, by the way, they are very comfortable and practical, with plenty of pockets and Velcro stripes to secure things. Pockets are also all rigorously closed with Velcro, to prevent things from floating out. That’s because, as a rule and with no exceptions, things always want to flow out in space.
 
Futura mission website (Italian): Avamposto42
avamposto42.esa.int

#SamLogbook #Futura42  

(Trad IT)  Traduzione in italiano a cura di +AstronautiCAST qui:
http://www.astronautinews.it/tag/logbook

(Trad FR) Traduction en français par +Anne Cpamoa ici:
 https://spacetux.org/cpamoa/category/traductions/logbook-samantha

(Trad ES - Currently not updated) Tradducción en español aquí:
http://www.intervidia.com/category/bitacora
 
 
 
 ___Ever look into your closet and find that you have nothing to wear, clean or otherwise? Well......

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2014-12-17 07:11:27 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 28 +1s)Open 

Here is the background collage from my Twitter page;  I have had some requests to share this.  All the pictures are ones from my missions to Space Station.

Here is the background collage from my Twitter page;  I have had some requests to share this.  All the pictures are ones from my missions to Space Station.___

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2014-12-09 04:32:25 (8 comments, 3 reshares, 39 +1s)Open 

In theory, this should break the Internet - #Olaf  hanging around in a window of the International Space Station Cupola observatory. I say, let it go already! (Pic taken by cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, who has an eight year old waiting for him on Earth) #Disney    #Frozen   

In theory, this should break the Internet - #Olaf  hanging around in a window of the International Space Station Cupola observatory. I say, let it go already! (Pic taken by cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, who has an eight year old waiting for him on Earth) #Disney    #Frozen   ___

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2014-12-07 12:57:46 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

Hung from the ceiling with care. #SamLogbook  

L+12: Logbook

Wow – where did this week go! It’s amazing how fast time flies when you’re very busy and you’re enjoying what you’re doing. On Thursday, Butch and I were both absolutely convinced that it was Wednesday: poor Terry had to show us OSTPV (our electronic planner application) to make us change our mind!

Talking about planning, the plan for me yesterday was to complete a series of swabs for the experiment Microbiome, for which I have already been collecting urine and blood this whole week. In the morning I took skin swabs at several locations on my face and arms. Later I repeated some of those swabs after exercising and I took surface swabs at some highly-touched locations on ISS: the ARED lift bar that we use to “lift weights”; the knobs we rotate to open and close the shutters of the Cupola windows; the handheld microphones and so on. As usual, everything goes into the MELFI freezer for return whenever the sample can hitchhike a ride back to Earth.

I also relocated a SAMS unit in Columbus: SAMS units are installed throughout the Station and measure acceleration. If we were in a condition of perfect microgravity SAMS would measure zero acceleration. But of course, although we float around weightless, we don’t have perfect microgravity on ISS; any input on structure, be it from a pump running or from someone pushing off a handrail, causes a little acceleration locally that the SAMS units can measure.
Looking back at the work week, I’ve tried hard to become better at not letting things float away: remembering to properly close a bag full of items, even if I’m turning the other way only for a few seconds; scanning the area in 3 dimensions before leaving a work area; properly securing things with Velcro or bungees, even if it seems like a good idea to just press them beneath the knees or stick them under a handrail… it’s not a good idea.

On the positive side, though, the fact that things float also means that you have the third hand you always wanted, or the fourth, or the fifth… Let’s say you need both of your hands to do something, but you’re holding something: well, as long as you don’t turn away, you can just let it float. A “third hand”  will keep it floating in front of you, you just need to give it a gentle push if it starts to get out of your field of view. There’s something magic indeed about a weightless environment! And it’s interesting how you have to learn that: I have heard several times Butch telling me “Just let it go.”

Last thing I’ll tell you tonight: Butch has set up our Christmas tree in the Lab and even hung socks for the six of us. So from now until Christmas, if we come across someone’s favorite dish when searching through a food container, we can stick it in his or her sock!

Futura mission website (Italian): Avamposto42
avamposto42.esa.int

* #SamLogbook *     * #Futura42 *

(Trad IT)  Traduzione in italiano a cura di +AstronautiCAST qui:
http://www.astronautinews.it/tag/logbook

(Trad FR) Traduction en français par +Anne Cpamoa ici:
 https://spacetux.org/cpamoa/category/traductions/logbook-samantha

(Trad ES - Currently not updated) Tradducción en español aquí:
http://www.intervidia.com/category/bitacora___Hung from the ceiling with care. #SamLogbook  

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2014-12-07 12:54:59 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

It's been so overwhelming to be selected as a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year in the #Activist category amongst so many wonderful souls out there! If you like what am doing and want to support #Bangladesh win the People's Choice Adventurer of the Year too, VOTING IS NOW ONGOING! It's a simple click and one can vote once EVERYDAY, as many times you want, till January 31st. Pls help spread the word, vote here: less http://lnkd.in/bqRi7_d

#VoteWasfia #VoteBangladesh #VoteEveryday #empowerwomen #advofyear

It's been so overwhelming to be selected as a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year in the #Activist category amongst so many wonderful souls out there! If you like what am doing and want to support #Bangladesh win the People's Choice Adventurer of the Year too, VOTING IS NOW ONGOING! It's a simple click and one can vote once EVERYDAY, as many times you want, till January 31st. Pls help spread the word, vote here: less http://lnkd.in/bqRi7_d

#VoteWasfia #VoteBangladesh #VoteEveryday #empowerwomen #advofyear___

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2014-11-29 17:42:24 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

The +Pajama Program is quite a gem. Please consider supporting its work keeping little kids warm and toasty - with PJs and books. 

Giving Tuesday Next Week! Please keep @PajamaProgram in mind when giving back! #1MGoodNights #GivingTuesday___The +Pajama Program is quite a gem. Please consider supporting its work keeping little kids warm and toasty - with PJs and books. 

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2014-11-24 14:41:39 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 29 +1s)Open 

Six Earthlings living and working off the planet. One day it will not be necessary to discuss gender in the context of human spaceflight. Until then, we can celebrate the achievement of astronaut +Samantha Cristoforetti, who broke the atmospheric ceiling last night, launching from Earth with two men to the International Space Station. They were welcomed by a crew of two men and one woman already on board. Since 1961, 539 humans have traveled to space. Yelena Serova is the 58th woman and Samantha is the 59th.  Both are serving on this long duration mission at the same time. We have  #MilesToGo  

Six Earthlings living and working off the planet. One day it will not be necessary to discuss gender in the context of human spaceflight. Until then, we can celebrate the achievement of astronaut +Samantha Cristoforetti, who broke the atmospheric ceiling last night, launching from Earth with two men to the International Space Station. They were welcomed by a crew of two men and one woman already on board. Since 1961, 539 humans have traveled to space. Yelena Serova is the 58th woman and Samantha is the 59th.  Both are serving on this long duration mission at the same time. We have  #MilesToGo  ___

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2014-11-21 15:22:19 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

+Samantha Cristoforetti is about to break the atmospheric ceiling - the 59th woman to do so. 

ESA astronaut +Samantha Cristoforetti is heading to the International Space Station for five months on Sunday. You can watch the launch live on ESA TV.

http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Human_Spaceflight/Futura/Watch_Futura_launch_live

#Futura42  ___+Samantha Cristoforetti is about to break the atmospheric ceiling - the 59th woman to do so. 

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2014-11-21 13:19:59 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

#1 - other people's children - is probably what most people don't think about. 

#1 - other people's children - is probably what most people don't think about. ___

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2014-11-20 11:54:32 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

+NASA astronaut Marsha Ivins was the 13th woman to fly in space. Among all astronauts who have flown to date, she was the 225th. via +WIRED  #Boomers  

+NASA astronaut Marsha Ivins was the 13th woman to fly in space. Among all astronauts who have flown to date, she was the 225th. via +WIRED  #Boomers  ___

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2014-11-17 17:18:00 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

This is gorgeous, and not just for educators. It's also a look at Common Core in the U.S. the way it was envisioned.

This is gorgeous, and not just for educators. It's also a look at Common Core in the U.S. the way it was envisioned.___

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2014-11-16 12:08:31 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Children are the smartest people. #ListenToThem  

Students are teachers too.  

Enjoy this +TED talks playlist featuring smart kids' life advice including past +Google Science Fair winners. goo.gl/aQW0jc___Children are the smartest people. #ListenToThem  

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2014-09-19 11:38:12 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Sign me up. Beam me up! #FlyMeToSpace  

Sign me up, Scotty! 
This contest gives anyone the chance to fly into space. SEG will initially award one space flight for each 50,000 applications, but will increase the number of awards given as the number of applicants grows. 

#space   #spaceshipearth  ___Sign me up. Beam me up! #FlyMeToSpace  

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2014-08-18 22:51:21 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

As +Ron Garan says, "Actually there are no passengers on Spaceship Earth - only crew mates and as crew mates we have a responsibility to mind the ship and take care of our fellow crew mates" #OrbitalPerspective

From the orbital perspective, there we are, all 7.1 billion human passengers on Spaceship Earth, sharing the nights and the days, reaping the harvest of the seeds we have sown. #TheKeyIsWe    Photo credit to +NASA  astronaut Reid Wiseman, currently one of a crew of six living and working together onboard the International Space Station.___As +Ron Garan says, "Actually there are no passengers on Spaceship Earth - only crew mates and as crew mates we have a responsibility to mind the ship and take care of our fellow crew mates" #OrbitalPerspective

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2014-06-16 23:46:23 (5 comments, 16 reshares, 65 +1s)Open 

Excellent. More needed.

Seatless Electric Car Designed Specifically for Wheelchair Users

Click below to watch the full video...

http://www.industrytap.com/seatless-electric-car-designed-specifically-wheelchair-users/18348___Excellent. More needed.

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2014-06-06 11:11:26 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 23 +1s)Open 

Remembering D-Day.

Today on google.co.uk we remember the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

The Normandy landings, codenamed Operation Neptune, were the landing operations of the Allied invasion of Normandy, in Operation Overlord, during World War II.

On the +Google Cultural Institute you'll find archives from the time including letters, photos, and maps of the Normandy landings: http://goo.gl/1RvU5w

#DDay70   #Europe  

Remembering D-Day.

Today on google.co.uk we remember the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

The Normandy landings, codenamed Operation Neptune, were the landing operations of the Allied invasion of Normandy, in Operation Overlord, during World War II.

On the +Google Cultural Institute you'll find archives from the time including letters, photos, and maps of the Normandy landings: http://goo.gl/1RvU5w

#DDay70   #Europe  ___

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2014-04-26 13:07:49 (4 comments, 10 reshares, 43 +1s)Open 

+NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio's Five Tips For Taking An Out of This World Selfie: 1) Put on thick gloves (lacrosse, boxing, space). 2) Wait for good lighting. 3) Get camera in a steady position. 4) Snap. 5) Download (in space, you download to upload). Selfie by Rick during his April 22, 2014 spacewalk to replace a computer outside the International Space Station. Credit: NASA

+NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio's Five Tips For Taking An Out of This World Selfie: 1) Put on thick gloves (lacrosse, boxing, space). 2) Wait for good lighting. 3) Get camera in a steady position. 4) Snap. 5) Download (in space, you download to upload). Selfie by Rick during his April 22, 2014 spacewalk to replace a computer outside the International Space Station. Credit: NASA___

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2014-03-09 16:50:01 (6 comments, 4 reshares, 30 +1s)Open 

The orbital perspective of Yuri Gagarin, born 80 years ago today 9 March 1934 to meet his destiny as the first human being in space: "Orbiting Earth in the spaceship, I saw how beautiful our planet is. People, let us preserve and increase this beauty, not destroy it!"

The orbital perspective of Yuri Gagarin, born 80 years ago today 9 March 1934 to meet his destiny as the first human being in space: "Orbiting Earth in the spaceship, I saw how beautiful our planet is. People, let us preserve and increase this beauty, not destroy it!"___

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2014-03-02 13:43:32 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

I've got lots of stories. Everyone of them true.

I've got lots of stories. Everyone of them true.___

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2014-02-07 15:10:08 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 32 +1s)Open 

Let there be light.

Light is not playing a trick on your eyes - in between the blazing night lights of China on the left and South Korea on the right - 25 million Earthlings of North Korea in the dark. This picture was taken by a human living and working on the International Space Station 30 January 2014. #NASA ___Let there be light.

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2013-11-18 12:43:24 (5 comments, 12 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

They're singing our song.

They're singing our song.___

2013-11-05 12:02:31 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Join Geocaching and Pacific Science Center for a special evening of out-of-this-world fun (literally). A Geocaching game piece known as a Travel Bug® is hitching a ride to the International Space Station on November 6th. U.S. astronaut Rick Mastracchio will carry the Travel Bug on his six month mission and use the small metal piece with a unique tracking number, as a tool to teach students back on Earth about geography and science. 

Watch the launch from Kazakhstan live in the Pacific Science Center Laser Dome. Doors open at 6pm. The launch is scheduled for 8:08pm. An Astronomy Expert will be onhand to offer play-by-play of the launch. Before the launch, enjoy free activities for all ages, including a space themed laser light show. This is an all ages event with fun and excitement in store for everyone.

Geocaching HQ will issue a virtual Geocaching in Space souvenir to those withG... more »

Join Geocaching and Pacific Science Center for a special evening of out-of-this-world fun (literally). A Geocaching game piece known as a Travel Bug® is hitching a ride to the International Space Station on November 6th. U.S. astronaut Rick Mastracchio will carry the Travel Bug on his six month mission and use the small metal piece with a unique tracking number, as a tool to teach students back on Earth about geography and science. 

Watch the launch from Kazakhstan live in the Pacific Science Center Laser Dome. Doors open at 6pm. The launch is scheduled for 8:08pm. An Astronomy Expert will be onhand to offer play-by-play of the launch. Before the launch, enjoy free activities for all ages, including a space themed laser light show. This is an all ages event with fun and excitement in store for everyone.

Geocaching HQ will issue a virtual Geocaching in Space souvenir to those with Geocaching.com accounts who attend Event Caches during the launch. Since this is a  real rocket launch and subject to delays, the launch date could change.The mission is currently scheduled to launch from Kazakhstan at 4:08 GMT on November 7, which is 5:08 a.m. in Berlin and November 6 at 8:08 p.m. in Seattle.___

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2013-09-25 12:42:00 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

#TheKeyIsWe  global conversation about the need for collaboration to address and solve challenges we are facing on Earth.  

#TheKeyIsWe  global conversation about the need for collaboration to address and solve challenges we are facing on Earth.  ___

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2013-09-23 22:54:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Social Good Summit = Collaboration on a global scale. Live stream right now.

Social Good Summit = Collaboration on a global scale. Live stream right now.___

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2013-09-06 14:49:24 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

I'm sharing  +Cady Coleman's post about her conversation with fellow NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg because the discussion between these two scientists about career and family is both not so typical and very typical at the same time.  Karen is currently on board the International Space Station and Cady was most recently in space for six months in 2011 - both with young children and husbands on Earth. Also worth a view: Karen's husband, Doug Hurley, discussing what it is like living on Earth while his wife is living in space. http://youtu.be/Dq7uyWFVdpU

I'm sharing  +Cady Coleman's post about her conversation with fellow NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg because the discussion between these two scientists about career and family is both not so typical and very typical at the same time.  Karen is currently on board the International Space Station and Cady was most recently in space for six months in 2011 - both with young children and husbands on Earth. Also worth a view: Karen's husband, Doug Hurley, discussing what it is like living on Earth while his wife is living in space. http://youtu.be/Dq7uyWFVdpU___

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2013-07-10 13:49:56 (2 comments, 9 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

Wash. Rinse. Drink. 
Yes, astronauts are different from you and me.

Wash. Rinse. Drink. 
Yes, astronauts are different from you and me.___

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2013-07-05 13:35:30 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

I'm mostly wondering how the icing got on the cookie - and so neatly!  

I'm mostly wondering how the icing got on the cookie - and so neatly!  ___

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2013-07-03 19:20:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

Are G plussers also the Hair and Space crowd? I think so. Astronauts Chris Cassidy and +Luca Parmitano are getting ready for two spacewalks, with a little help.  http://www.nasa.gov/content/preps-ramp-up-for-july-9-and-16-spacewalks

Are G plussers also the Hair and Space crowd? I think so. Astronauts Chris Cassidy and +Luca Parmitano are getting ready for two spacewalks, with a little help.  http://www.nasa.gov/content/preps-ramp-up-for-july-9-and-16-spacewalks___

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2013-07-01 21:56:04 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

It's 10:00PM Do you know where your mother is? #TakeMeToYourMother  

Hi Folks –
Nicole Stott, Holly Ridings, Tara Rutley and Dana Weigel  and I – a wily mix of Astros/Flight Directors and Scientists – will be featured on a Nickelodeon channel show called “Take Me To Your Mother” – Tomorrow -- Monday July 1, 10 EST.  Eeeek!  We drove Mars Rovers, flew around the Space Station in the Virtual Reality lab and took part in picnic relays… including limbo!!  Talk about going all out for NASA and our country! 
We haven’t seen it – but I will assure you that those of us that took part are waiting with great trepidation – i.e. it is likely to be totally mortifying.  I’m restricting myself to space-limbo from here on out! 
However, no pain – no gain, and hopefully we’ll find that it was a good step along our path to empower the girls of younger generations. Truth be told, we had a ball!  It isn’t too often that the 5 of us get to spend an afternoon together talking about our kids and showing off NASA!  Hopefully, we will still have jobs after it airs!!
Cady
Take Me To Your Mother  http://tinyurl.com/kg7djw5
For you twitter fans, check out the tweet below, and there will be a twitter party on @NickMom and look for #TakeMeToYourMother . ___It's 10:00PM Do you know where your mother is? #TakeMeToYourMother  

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2013-06-20 19:33:09 (2 comments, 12 reshares, 28 +1s)Open 

As real as it gets! via NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg: "With real-time remote guidance from Houston, +Luca Parmitano  conducts ultrasound of my vertebrae to study changes in the spine during long duration spaceflight. KN from space." NASA details here: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/experiments/944.html

As real as it gets! via NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg: "With real-time remote guidance from Houston, +Luca Parmitano  conducts ultrasound of my vertebrae to study changes in the spine during long duration spaceflight. KN from space." NASA details here: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/experiments/944.html___

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2013-06-07 12:04:22 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

This morning aboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg 'freezing morning saliva samples to help answer: How does long duration spaceflight affect immune system & health?' #HairandSpace

This morning aboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg 'freezing morning saliva samples to help answer: How does long duration spaceflight affect immune system & health?' #HairandSpace___

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2013-06-07 01:12:20 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

Did you know there's a piece of the Apollo 10 Lunar Module in orbit around the sun? The people behind this project want to find it.

Vote for Project Snoopy for +Fragile Oasis flown-in-space Education medal. One week left to nominate the project for the finalist voting round.___Did you know there's a piece of the Apollo 10 Lunar Module in orbit around the sun? The people behind this project want to find it.

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2013-06-06 08:06:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

 A few years back, +Tim Rayner introduced me to this very useful tool to helps with the dreaded task of online meeting planning. Worth a bookmark.

 A few years back, +Tim Rayner introduced me to this very useful tool to helps with the dreaded task of online meeting planning. Worth a bookmark.___

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2013-06-05 21:55:07 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Must watch! 17 years in 7 minutes. #Cicadas  

Must watch! 17 years in 7 minutes. #Cicadas  ___

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2013-06-05 14:08:09 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

I don't think +European Space Agency, ESA astronaut +Luca Parmitano is sharing on Pinterest. I know NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg *is*.  Interest in their mission to the International Space Station is compounding, daily. #SocialMedia  

I don't think +European Space Agency, ESA astronaut +Luca Parmitano is sharing on Pinterest. I know NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg *is*.  Interest in their mission to the International Space Station is compounding, daily. #SocialMedia  ___

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2013-06-05 09:00:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

I wonder if +Luca Parmitano takes the hint?
"This guitar is a permanent fixture on the International Space Station, played by many astronauts and cosmonauts through the years. Wouldn’t it be fun to watch one of them restring it in zero-gravity?"

I wonder if +Luca Parmitano takes the hint?
"This guitar is a permanent fixture on the International Space Station, played by many astronauts and cosmonauts through the years. Wouldn’t it be fun to watch one of them restring it in zero-gravity?"___

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2013-06-04 12:28:56 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

"When girls see pictures of ponytails, don't you think it stirs something inside that says, that could be ME up there!"

"When girls see pictures of ponytails, don't you think it stirs something inside that says, that could be ME up there!"___

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2013-06-04 10:52:46 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

If you can smell this, we need to talk.

If you can smell this, we need to talk.___

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2013-06-03 21:18:19 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

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2013-05-28 20:48:28 (0 comments, 14 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

Shooting star! via +NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg  : "For my son, as I pass by...as a star in the sky." http://pinterest.com/pin/51509989460677462
That's Karen, +European Space Agency, ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano and Russian Space Agency cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin streaking to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft. They arrive in a few hours.

Shooting star! via +NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg  : "For my son, as I pass by...as a star in the sky." http://pinterest.com/pin/51509989460677462
That's Karen, +European Space Agency, ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano and Russian Space Agency cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin streaking to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft. They arrive in a few hours.___

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2013-04-16 20:41:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

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2013-03-22 20:56:32 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

This made my day.

Please Please Me
Released 22nd March 1963
#beatles   #anniversary   #music  ___This made my day.

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2013-03-20 23:13:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

I gave a talk recently at the Susan G. Komen International - Global Women's Cancer Summit on the need for collaboration in medical research. Together let's find a cure!

I gave a talk recently at the Susan G. Komen International - Global Women's Cancer Summit on the need for collaboration in medical research. Together let's find a cure!___

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