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Traveling to Mars this summer aboard @NASAPersevere:

SHERLOC = an instrument to search for sand-grain size clues
WATSON = a camera to capture close-up images

How this detective and its assistant will put a magnifying glass on Martian rocks: nasa.gov/feature/jpl/the-detec 

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RT @Commercial_Crew
The countdown to #LaunchAmerica continues! On Saturday, May 30, @nasa's @spacex Crew Dragon launches to the @Space_Station, marking the first time we’ve launched American astronauts from U.S. soil since 2011.

Weather is currently 40% "go" for launch. blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/ 

I firmly believe that people enjoy the abyss of Twitter much more than their complaints suggest.

The president goes to war with twitter and people still pretend that a perfectly viable alternative isn't *right here*. This persion even had a .social account. You get the social network you deserve.

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I find gas turbines and mechanical things fascinating, I really like this channel:
youtu.be/CXSi4GXUojo

1st and I suspect not the only sortie to the office completed to troubleshoot a server that would not come back up. It's an odd feeling being in a place you're so used to seeing full of life.

I really enjoy these things. Modern manufacturing is a marvel.
youtu.be/jiH3-rJ-iYc

Throwback to heading out to Las Vegas, I snapped this picture of Denver using PIxel 2's night mode. Pretty nifty. flic.kr/p/2aBajK1

So glad I got to see this on the day. Pavel Vlasov demos the MiG-29M OVT thrust-vectoring demonstrator, lots of somersaults and free-falling aerobatics.
youtu.be/ikL17PpE4Zc?list=TLPQ

Who the fuck are all these randos in my timeline

Swiftonsecurity is a great exampls of what happens when a Twitter gimmick starts thinking they are a somebody.

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COVID-19 has brought about rapid changes in human activity and movement around the world. We've funded four more projects that use @NASAEarth satellite data & resources to investigate different environmental, economic and societal impacts of the pandemic: nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2020/ 

Went with family to the local exhibition farm. It was quiet. It was good to connect with other living things even if they were cows and horses. They seemed happy for attention too.

I'll probably file a report for this but I have a lot of work on at the moment, Ill probably just scoot into Cinnamon if I must use Xorg.

MPV is broken in Gnome/Wayland for me on Fedora 32. That's new. Works alright in Xorg.

"Linux & Node install

Additionally, the CLI can be installed as a Node package on any platform"

*Endless retching noises*

Gnome software center crashes just because you look at it.

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