Monthly Archives: November 2015

sagansense:

“The Mighty Women of Science” by Clare Forrest and Fiona Gordon will be a 48 page, full color comic/alphabet book. A4 in size, it will feature A-Z illustrations and comic book interviews with some of today’s powerfully influential women in science. Shmwowzow! 

Release Date: 20 April 2016

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alphamecha:

Falcon on the run by Nezart

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The Magpie by Coutelier

Young Tenley does have some anger issues due to her upbringing and her mother’s murder, and a tendency to test other grown ups.  That and she killed some people.. despite all this though, she’s not a psychopath nor even completely detached from her actions.  

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More Marketing

So I talked about marketing before.  Now that my book is on Amazon (been revised a few times since it was first put up – hopefully Amazon will allow the people who already got it to get the update soonish), I have to think about doing things to promote it more.

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How Did the Dinosaurs Die?

fakescience:

fakescience:

How Did the Dinosaurs Die?How Did the Dinosaurs Die?

One of our earliest science lessons: fitting, since our new free book features many dinosaurs.

Learn about our interactive story “You’re A Scientist” – free in digital,

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If Earth had Saturn’s Rings

just–space:

From an excellent post by Jason Davis

From Washington, D.C., the rings would only fill a portion of the sky, but appear striking nonetheless. Here, we see them at sunrise.

From Guatemala, only 14 degrees above the equator,

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The Stargazer by Coutelier

Jennifer Airhart and one of her robots, from the book series Jen Air.

In the day Jen often moves around with her head low, especially if she’s in the vicinity of people she isn’t yet familiar with,

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sci-universe:

From Earth vs From Space

It’s already been a year since the European Space Agency’s Rosetta
mission spacecraft made it’s historic landing on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 12
November 2014. 

The observations made by the Rosetta orbiter and Philae lander are reshaping researchers’ ideas about comets.

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dinodorks:

Raptors and TimJurassic Park (1993)

Raptors and Tim sounds like it could be the title of a childrens book or TV show… or Timmy & The Raptors, which could also be a band name.

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