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MY SKY Images from Our Members

The Moon

The Moon on 02/09/2019, 22:45 UTC

The Moon in six days

The Moon from 100% to 62% in six days.

My Ultima Thule snowman art

When the first clear images came in of Ultima Thule, wags quickly called it a “cosmic snowman,” with its two round bodies joined in the middle, looking like it was made with dirty snow. That struck a chord with me and I decided to create a digital cartoon along those lines.

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MY STORY Stories From Our Members

Astrobiologist

by Jonathan Ariel Forest Byrne

August 16, 2018

Photo on Europa taken at AbSciCon 2017 in Mesa, Az.

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Live Long & Prosper

by Kayla Kay

August 2, 2018

I am Lieutenant Kayla Kay, Commanding Officer of Canada Station, an official chapter of Starfleet Command Quadrant One. I am 29 years old and since I was a small child I've been watching Star Trek, Stargate, Star Wars, etc. Of course the always beloved Bill Nye The Science Guy. I always watched him on TV and loved it when at school the teacher would put on a surprise Bill Nye VHS. Anywho, exploring the cosmos is what I love. I believe there's way too much out there to simply be ignorant of it. The answer to ourselves may even be ... more »

Science.. Do I say more?

by Jessica Healy

July 22, 2018

I am 18 years old. I watched Bill through out my middle school years. I was fascinated when I started learning about the sky and minerals in the ground.. And who could forget, the mitochondria in plants. I used to look up at the sky and wondered if I was the only one who saw the stars twinkle, I started getting more involved when I traveled to high mountain and saw the disgusting pollution above my city, when I wanted to know why some people got sick from an infection, why my ocean was growing sick from littering. When I ... more »

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