Citizenscience Photos & Videos

2 hours ago

Open Question- feedback appreciated. Would you prefer to upload for Free but the data is closed and not publicly available for research and education, or would you prefer to microfinance 30 cents a day to support the development of #OpenLitterMap and all your data is made Free, Open and publicly available for anyone in research or education to use for any purpose? Support #OpenData #CleanTech by #crowdfunding and #microfinancing openlittermap.com with 30 cents a day or else there will have to be some major changes! #litter #plasticpollution #anthropocene #exposingtrash #citizenscience #CleanSeas

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4 hours ago

Fins al 23 de setembre, podeu continuar participant en la Cursa Ornitho-Swarovski. Uns prismàtics EL 10X42 valorats en 2300€ poden ser teus! Consulta les bases al web www.deltabirdingfestival.com |Hasta el 23 de septiembre podéis continuar participando en la carrera Ornitho-Swarovski. Unos prismáticos EL 10X42 valorados en 2300€ pueden ser tuyos! Consulta las bases en la web www.deltabirdingfestival.com #contest #ornitho #ocells #birds #swarovski #dbf17 #birdwatching #ornithology #citizenscience

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8 hours ago

10 DAYS until Where's Lori? goes live! On the 1st of September, we will be sharing the link you guys can use to upload photos of Rainbow Lorikeets and their homes that you find. Taking part will put you in the running to win some cool prizes! 📷: Peter Menkhorst

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9 hours ago

The moon and the sun go out for breakfast. Sun: Shoot, I forgot my wallet. Moon: Don't worry, I've got you covered. Why were scientists excited for the total eclipse? Is it that they are awesome geeks and love when science is accessible to more people? Thats probably part of it, but more likely they are excited because total eclipses give those in the path of totality a chance to observe the sun's atmosphere without the direct light being emitted from the sun. The usual direct light from the sun makes viewing the atmosphere (and even Mercury) far too bright to gather fine detail, so a total eclipse gives us a chance to gather more data about the star. Some scientists are used specialized planes to view the eclipse from much of the earth's atmosphere. Others set up a chain of 100 weather balloons to gather atmospheric data and to live streamed it. If all this hype and science talk got you excited, you can actually be apart of future astronomical science by participating in NASA's Citizen Scientists program by following the link below. CITIZEN SCIENTISTS: https://science.nasa.gov/citizenscientists/ . . Tags: #solareclipse #solareclipse2017 #dadjokes #sunnycalifornia #notsosunny #nasa #citizenscience #nerdart #tinyscience #giantscience #science #astronomy #partialeclipse #totaleclipse #karlthefog

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9 hours ago

Great weather for eclipse day! Shout out to all the citizen scientists! (PS: Don’t tell this young astronomer that dogs don’t really care about eclipses — unless they come with puppy treats! ;-) #eclipse2017 #NASA   #citizenscience

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11 hours ago

Citizen science alive and well.

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12 hours ago

#SonShine #PicMail #SolarEclipse #Views #NashvilleZoo .. lucky lil #KameronDwayne (busy campaigning 4a new pet as usual🐍🙄) witnessed the #Eclipse in #Totality there w/ my #siStar ✨{whose amazing pic I stole & would def agree our regular pics & videos did no justice in comparison to the actual gaze of safely looking above w/ the shades on} I added my "best" pic from the partly cloudy ( #Zone29) #PartialEclipse #BaltimoreEclipse a few min after Max🌒 // #BMoreSpiritual #CitizenScience #CitizenScientist #ScienceMatters #MiraclesHappen #IRL #Reality #Rarity #Natural(ly) #Flourishing #Replenishing #Increasing // #HAPPYmonday 🌚☀️🖤

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Pre-Eclipse Waning Moon over Wyoming Alan: "The thin waning crescent Moon at dawn on August 20, 2017, on the last morning it could be sighted before the total eclipse on August 21. The Moon has risen over the foothills and peaks of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming, though this view is from the Idaho side looking northeast." Credit: Alan Dyer Alan's Website: http://www.AmazingSky.com Location: Idaho, United States Release Date: August 20, 2017 Technical details: Canon 60Da and 200mm lens. #Astronomy #Space #Science #Moon #Dawn #Astrophotography #Photography #Art #Panorama #SolarSystem #Cosmos #Universe #Earth #GrandTetons #Wyoming #STEM #Education #CitizenScience

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12 hours ago

Zodiacal Light over the Tetons at Dawn Alan: "The morning Zodiacal Light over the hills and peaks of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming, at dawn on August 20, 2017, the day before the solar eclipse. Venus is the bright object below, the Pleiades is at top, Orion at right amid cloud. This was taken from the Idaho side. Lights on the Tetons are likely from climbers on the peaks, there to watch the eclipse the next day." Zodiacal Light: a faint elongated cone of light sometimes seen in the night sky, extending from the horizon along the ecliptic. It is thought to be due to the reflection of sunlight from particles of ice and dust within the plane of the solar system. The Teton Range is a mountain range of the Rocky Mountains in North America. It extends for approximately 40 miles (64 km) in a north–south direction through the U.S. state of Wyoming, east of the Idaho state line. It is south of Yellowstone National Park and most of the east side of the range is within Grand Teton National Park. (Source: Wikipedia) Credit: Alan Dyer Alan's Website: http://www.AmazingSky.com Location: Wyoming, United States Release Date: August 20, 2017 Grand Teton National Park Technical details: Canon 6D and Rokinon 14mm lens. It is a single exposure of 25 seconds at f/2.5 and ISO 6400. #Astronomy #Space #Science #ZodiacalLight #Stars #Dawn #Astrophotography #Photography #Art #Panorama #SolarSystem #Cosmos #Universe #Earth #GrandTetons #Wyoming #STEM #Education #CitizenScience

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12 hours ago

Sunrise Sky: Eclipse Anticipation Alan: "The dawn sky on August 20, 2017, with Venus above at top, and the thin waning crescent Moon just above the mountains at lower left in the magenta-tinted sky. The famous peaks of the Grand Tetons are at right, as seen from the Idaho side from north of Driggs. This is the thin Moon a day before the total solar eclipse." Credit: Alan Dyer Alan's Website: http://www.AmazingSky.com Location: Idaho, United States Release Date: August 20, 2017 Technical details: Canon 60Da and 10-22mm lens at 22mm #Astronomy #Space #Science #Moon #Venus #Dawn #Astrophotography #Photography #Art #Panorama #SolarSystem #Cosmos #Universe #Earth #GrandTetons #Idaho #Wyoming #STEM #Education #CitizenScience

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13 hours ago

Kuiper Kat's Astronomy was on hand for the Great American Eclipse: 2017! We were at @queenslibrary's Poppenhusen Branch in College Point, NY. Free eclipse glasses were provided by Poppenhusen Library, the folks at SolarActivity, and #DaystarFilters. Big thanks to Poppenhusen Library for having me out; it was a privilege to work with you. My love of astronomy started with my local library, and I hope to be able to share that same love with others. Thanks to @celestronuniverse for the #EclipSmart line of products that made viewing easy, and a special thanks to everyone who took the time to join us for this amazing event. Keep looking up! (Credit: Bonita Coney/Elizabeth Atkinson Cuccia/Paul A. Vallone) __________ #solareclipse2017 #greatamericaneclipse #kuiperkatsastronomy #keeplookingup #citizenscience #womeninstem #stemstrong #communityoutreach #poppenhusenlibrary #collegepoint #nyc #😎☀️ #solarselfie #startalkradio

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14 hours ago

Hope everyone enjoyed #eclipse2017! We're loving the enthusiasm and seeing some phenomenal photos being shared... Our own team had fun experimenting onboard R/V ANGARI with a 3D printed pinhole viewer from @halotechnologiesllc and @NASA- too cool! . . . #solareclipse #eclipse #crescent #shadow #sun #moon #solar #citizenscience #citsci #3Dprinting #contest #thankyou #Florida #westpalm #wpb #rvangari #researchvessel #science #research #education #stem #lifering #boatlife #youngatheart #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #greatamericaneclipse

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15 hours ago

#eclipse2017 fun helping w #citizenscience at the #NASAGO event in Waynesboro w NASA GLOBE scientist Todd Tarth ! We handed out 400 glasses! And I got to make clouds in bottles!

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17 hours ago

Temperature data from the solar eclipse using the #globeobserver app from @nasa - an hour after first contact until about 20 minutes after last contact. Temperatures were taken in the shade.

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18 hours ago

"Sometimes, I think of the sun and the moon as lovers who rarely meet, always chase, and almost always miss one another. But once in awhile, they do catch up, and they kiss, and the world stares in awe of their eclipse."

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18 hours ago

6. Angel Shark, Squatina squatina Angel Sharks look like rays, although they are 100% shark, promise! 🦈 This is a young angel shark, its body is covered in net-like markings and black and white dots. Baby angel sharks hatch from egg cases whilst still inside their mother, allowing them longer to develop before being born into the ocean, where they will immediately have to fend for themselves. Less than 30cm in size at birth, they can grow to over 2 metres as adults. The Angel shark is a nocturnal species and during the day they can be almost impossible to spot! Individuals lie buried completely in the sand, using their broad pectoral fins to dig themselves in. The Angel shark is critically endangered – the Canary Islands are one of the only places you can now find them. If you're lucky enough to spot one, let http://angelsharkproject.com know 🙌 #the90sharkproject #angelsharks #angelsharkproject #sharkscience #citizenscience #savesharks #saveourseas #conservation #shark #diving #ceramics #illustration #drawing #porcelain #underwater

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18 hours ago

11:47am in Denver, peak eclipse. We set up our telescope at the boys' school with a special mount to hold the phone over the eyepiece. We got to share the experience with so many kids, it was so much fun. #eclipse2017 #sharescience #citizenscience

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18 hours ago

We took a stab at #citizenscience for the #eclipse! What better place to view the eclipse than the top of the tower at Clifton Mansion.

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18 hours ago

Here is what we saw from Verona Park. Here is your Citizen Scientist 93.2 at 1:29pm 88.8 at 1:41pm 84.3 at 1:54pm 82.4 at 2:08pm 80.9 at 2:20pm 79.7 at 2:32pm 78.4 at 2:43pm 77.9 at 2:54pm 77.7 at 3:04pm It dropped 15 degrees from start to finish! #eclipse2017 #citizenscience #temperature

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18 hours ago

Yay science! I love the eclipse-shaped lens flare in the pic of the sun. Collecting data for NASA's GLOBE program is pretty cool too. #eclipse2017 #citizenscience

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18 hours ago

animal behavior during an eclipse (which is also a bitch of a hot August day ) #citizenscience

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18 hours ago

The tall guy on the left bribed some welders with donuts for welding glass and made an eclipse-viewer out of a Cheezit box. He offered everyone who passed a look, and so many said no, but he convinced all of them. Why say no? The shadow of the leaves warped a bit and the flare of the camera lens offered a better pic of the eclipse than the box, but still cool. #citizenscience. Kudos to him, he got a free Red Bull.

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