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How do you raise 35 million dollars without a plan on how to deliver?
Ask Michael Fenne.
Watch Paris to Pittsburgh tonight to learn about the Americans stepping up to fight climate change.
RT @ParisPittsburgh: Americans aren't waiting on Washington to act in the fight against climate change - and you won't have to wait much longer to see their stories. #ParistoPittsburgh premieres on @NatGeoChannel tomorrow at 9|8c. https://t.co/Z0HgmyS4ct
RT @TheTimMcGraw: You can’t help but be inspired by @AlexHonnold’s story in #FreeSolo. Lori and I wanted #Gravity to capture some of that inspiration. Alex shows us that with heart, determination and action, nothing is impossible. https://t.co/HssyO3JBJi
Pittsburgh and cities like it that have historically relied heavily on fossil fuels are finding ways to be more eco-friendly in order to combat climate change. #ParistoPittsburgh https://t.co/eO9eogBpva
Giving birth on Mars is complicated enough without adding a power-grabbing coup into the mix. Catch up on last night’s episode online and on the NatGeoTV app! #MARS https://t.co/TjXqVxwNbu
Although the falls will never completely freeze solidly, extreme cold temperatures can turn the area into a beautiful icy paradise. https://t.co/lbf8BMTbgT
We're not saying that Netscape is the reason we all have Internet today... but we're not *not* saying that either.
Thanks for watching #MARS tonight. If you missed it - there was a doggo rescue. Enough said. (Also you can catch up online at https://t.co/t8TloYQQxw) Next week: season finale! https://t.co/nzLbok38rF
RT @AntoniaJuhasz: So many great women in front of/behind camera in @NatGeoChannel #Mars The tension w/ Clementine Poidatz giving birth, @jihae losing control to a white man, Anamaria Marinca's science threatened, @CosimaShaw trying to save all of it, &
Roxy Sternberg almost dying - awesome!
RT @shaka_lulu: Fun thing to think about: because the moon doesn’t experience much weathering (no atmosphere), the history of human exploration there is literally written by footprints in the dust #Mars
RT @shaka_lulu: Despite the 1967 Outer Space Treaty stating you can’t own a celestial body, in 2015 the US passed the SPACE Act, which allows people to own “resources” #Mars
RT @AntoniaJuhasz: So excited for tonight's @NatGeoChannel #Mars episode! I think it's the most powerful for the drama and the documentary combined. I've had this quote as the tag on all of my emails ever since I wrote my 2008 book, The Tyranny of Oil. Watch tonight at 9pm and you'll understand! https://t.co/WGXqoIAAue
One crew member's *power* play might threaten the staying *power* of the entire colony on tonight's new episode of #MARS.
*Power* up your TV in 1 hour to see how it all plays out! https://t.co/vlv4OVNezV
Last week’s episode of #MARS had everything:
mystery virus threatening to wipe out the colony
heartbreaking love story
death of a crew member
Catch up now before the new episode tonight! https://t.co/o0vhnHt4TD
On this day 70 years ago, the @UN adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In honor of Human Rights Day, we thought we take a look at some of those rights. #StandUp4HumanRights https://t.co/8FAHq9Gjg4
This week's episode of Explorer takes to the skies as host @PhilKeoghan gets an up-close look at how telescopes and mirrors work together to help astronomers learn about space. #Explorer https://t.co/PfCPdDZEwY
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