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  • Juniper’s Big Adventure By Declan and his mom Declan and I wrote this together by hand, passing the notebook back and forth, each taking a turn at contributing a line […]

    An interdimensional mother-son story

    Juniper’s Big Adventure By Declan and his mom Declan and I wrote this together by hand, passing the notebook back and forth, each taking a turn at contributing a line […]

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  • Known to the blogging world as WhyMommy, Susan Niebur is an astrophysicist, a mother to two young boys, an advocate for cancer education and research, and a survivor. Since 2007, […]

    Team WhyMommy Virtual Science Fair

    Known to the blogging world as WhyMommy, Susan Niebur is an astrophysicist, a mother to two young boys, an advocate for cancer education and research, and a survivor. Since 2007, […]

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  • One of Declan’s best friends at preschool is an extremely sweet little girl (I’ll call her Nora). The intensity of her smiles and happy bounces make it seem like she’s […]

    Human worlds and Hello Kitties

    One of Declan’s best friends at preschool is an extremely sweet little girl (I’ll call her Nora). The intensity of her smiles and happy bounces make it seem like she’s […]

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  • If you are looking for ideas about how to engage children with science, Mama Joules has got resources and fresh ideas about everything from physics to geology to gardening. I […]

    Interview at Mama Joules’ place

    If you are looking for ideas about how to engage children with science, Mama Joules has got resources and fresh ideas about everything from physics to geology to gardening. I […]

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  • I decided to make up a bedtime story last night, choose-your-own adventure style. Me: “Once upon a time, there was a boy named… Antonio or Declan?” Declan: “Declan!” Me: “This […]

    I gave birth to the whole universe

    I decided to make up a bedtime story last night, choose-your-own adventure style. Me: “Once upon a time, there was a boy named… Antonio or Declan?” Declan: “Declan!” Me: “This […]

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  • Welcome to the 129th Carnival of Space! I’m thrilled to have another opportunity to host this great showcase of space-related blog posts. For those of you that are visiting Tiny […]

    Carnival of Space #129

    Welcome to the 129th Carnival of Space! I’m thrilled to have another opportunity to host this great showcase of space-related blog posts. For those of you that are visiting Tiny […]

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  • Do you know where in the universe you might find this? 400 years ago, Galileo concluded that it was orbiting this: And with that, humanity took a giant step toward […]

    A Gigantic, Happy Halloween

    Do you know where in the universe you might find this? 400 years ago, Galileo concluded that it was orbiting this: And with that, humanity took a giant step toward […]

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  • This is a tire that was used on the front landing gear of the Space Shuttle Endeavor on a 1994 mission. I saw at least seven or eight kids of […]

    One way to recycle a tire from NASA

    This is a tire that was used on the front landing gear of the Space Shuttle Endeavor on a 1994 mission. I saw at least seven or eight kids of […]

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  • Subscribe in a reader Copyright Tracy Zollinger Turner, Tinymantras.com, 2009. Related Posts:Tiptoeing through the solar systemJupiter is everywhereA Gigantic, Happy Halloween

    The many faces of Jupiter

    Subscribe in a reader Copyright Tracy Zollinger Turner, Tinymantras.com, 2009. Related Posts:Tiptoeing through the solar systemJupiter is everywhereA Gigantic, Happy Halloween

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  • Subscribe in a reader Copyright Tracy Zollinger Turner, Tinymantras.com, 2009. Related Posts:Our solar systemSelf-portraitOne way to recycle a tire from NASA

    Jupiter egg

    Subscribe in a reader Copyright Tracy Zollinger Turner, Tinymantras.com, 2009. Related Posts:Our solar systemSelf-portraitOne way to recycle a tire from NASA

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