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[ #장원영 ][考古小短片] / 真的懷念PD時期 回不去了嗚嗚 但員瑛還是一樣有魅力呢 장원영×최예나 🐰×🐤 ♡ᴇʏᴇs ᴏɴ ɪᴢ*ᴏɴᴇ ☆ @official_izone ♥︎wizone永遠陪伴iz*one #IZONE #아이즈원 #アイズワン #izone #izoneedit #張員瑛 #員瑛 #員瑛相關 #wonyoung #장원영 #원영 #Rocketscientist #followforfollow #mefeis_cut #莓啡 #mefei @mefeis .yena.wonyoung

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Space will forever by a love of mine. I took this photo with a @samsungmobileusa S9+ attached to a @vortexoptics ViperHD spotting scope with a @phoneskope adapter. I can't wait till Phoneskope drops the S20 Ultra case. I just know my photo game is going to get lot better! Also, check my story to watch a time laspe of Jupiter and 4 moons! @nasa @spacex #engineering #aerospace #aerospaceengineering #rocketscience #rocketscientist #tothemoon #toinfinityandbeyond #space #themoon #moon #solarsystem #spacephotography

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Do you feel like you can bring 100% of who you are to the table? To make space for the next gen STEM leaders we must bring out full selves to the table! In turn, giving others permission to do the same. What are some ways you can bring those unique things about you to work? School? Around your friends and family? 💃🏽✊🏽 Jasmine L. Sadler, MBA ✈️ 👸🏾 Profession: CEO of @TheSTEAMCollab , Aerospace Engineer, and Dancer Nationality: American (Black ) Born: Detroit, MI Home: San Diego, CA Most Known For: Advocacy and Innovation in the STEM and Black community. Inspired by: Her authenticity! When people say bring your true self, many people struggle to know who they are or what “self” to present. Jasmine confidently knows who she is, and most importantly loves herself as she is. We can learn from her bravery and boldness to come as her true self at all times! #ifthenshecan #herSTEMstory #HerStory #HerStoryNow #RocketScientist #WomenInSTEM #BlackInSTEM

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💪🇺🇲 Monday Motivation! 250th F-35 for the United States Air Force! As the F-35 fleet grows, it will continue to deliver the capabilities critical to ensuring the U.S. and its allies have unmatched multirole airpower. . . . . . . If you're interested serving in the world's greatest Air Force, give me a call! 716-490-1496 . . . . #leadership #airpower #aimhigh #313roughriders #flyfightwin #airmen #usaf #military #usafpatchogue #airforcerecruitinglongisland #longisland #patchogue #career #heritage #tradition #elite #goals #jetmechanic #rocketscientist #aviation #avionics #mechanical #F35 #LightningII #jetplane #fighterjet

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A #sketch of a friend from a while back. I love doing these gestures!!! #rocketscientist #iowacity #energel

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#missionaccomplished . 📷: NASA . . Astronauts @astro .doug and @bobbehnken .nasa touched down this afternoon in the calm swells of the Gulf of Mexico. We can all breathe again! . . I’m thrilled so many of you were able to follow along with the mission! If you have any spacey questions drop them here as a comment or in my stories question box! It would be fun to do a little Q and A tomorrow evening 💙💙 . . #nasa #spacex #dragonendeavor #launchamerica #rocketscience #rocketscientist #aerospace #aerospaceengineering #ilooklikeanengineer #womeninstem #t1dlookslikeme #t1d #t1diabetes #diabetes #missiondiabetescontrol #type1warrior #type1diabetes

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2 days ago

I hope this t-shirt dispels any doubts you may have had... Touche to all those folks that called me a #spacecadet and #shuttlecraftpilot #rocketscientist #rocketscience #becausescience #aerospaceengineering #aerospaceengineer

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Tomorrow we'll release our latest episode... an interview with Darren Charrier, an aerospace engineer who specialises in propulsion engineering! 🚀 He’s been an intern at SpaceX and now works for SSC - with his overriding aim to get a colony on the Moon!

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Bob and Doug are in free flight! Incredible views of unimaginably complex machines holding two humans, quite the precious cargo, just get me every time. There are so many amazing things we can do when we work together. 💙🚀🤓 . . 📷: NASA TV . . #spacex #bobanddoug #launchamerica #rocketscience #rocketscientist #nasa #womeninstem #engineeringgals #ilooklikeanengineer #t1dlookslikeme #t1d #type1diabetes #type1warrior #missiondiabetescontrol

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We used to tease my dad about being a #rocketscientist he worked on many projects, including Apollo, Shuttle, Mars Rover. My brother found this among his belongings. #dadwascoolerthanme #nasa 🚀 #jpl #rocketdyne #rockwellinternational

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2 weeks ago

When I saw this awesome NASA ROCKET SCIENTIST logo I had to have it- but everyone only had mens sizes. HOW SAD - almost 20 years later. I had to modify it - so Kohls can suck it. Then I saw a professional paper in vascular surgery on personal posts wearing bikinis and racy Halloween costumes. Are we ever going to get over judging women? I was literally a NASA rocket scientist before my current job interventional cardiology sales where they have fewer female physicians than even the active marines. Lets judge the study criteria, outcomes, and p values instead shall we? 😘 I am my parents daughter! #medbikini #astrophysics #science >politics #nasa #rocketscience #rocketscientist

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May 2020

A lot of you were curious about why SpaceX had to launch at exactly 4:33pm yesterday. Well… the answer is physics! Or more specifically, spaceflight dynamics! 🚀🛰Don’t fret, it’s pretty simple! . A launch window is the period of time in which the rocket needs to launch to meet up with its desired target, in this case the International Space Station. @iss . To get there, we want to be as efficient as possible. Efficient means cheaper (less fuel used ). It also means more comfortable (less time spent in the capsule ). 💰🧑🏻‍🚀 . The ISS orbits the Earth once every 90 minutes. 🌍 . The Earth also rotates. This means when the ISS comes back to the “same point” in its orbit, it’s actually passing over a different part of the Earth than it was 90 minutes prior. . We want the ISS’s orbit to be directly over Kennedy Space Center when we launch so that we are in the same plane as the target orbit. Imagine a piece of paper (our “plane” ) slicing through Earth at Kennedy with the ISS orbiting on the edge. If the paper moves to the left or right (because the Earth rotates too ), Dragon will have to travel farther to meet up with the ISS, which costs more (rocket fuel is expensive ) and extends the length of the trip. . Imagine wanting to merge onto a highway. Your trip would be much faster and cheaper if you’re already on the road that merges with the highway rather than being 5 roads away and having to find the highway and then merge. . As to why you have to launch at precisely the the right moment, imagine you’re a quarterback throwing a ball to your receiver as he runs into the end zone. You need to time your throw precisely with where he’s going to be when the ball reaches him, or else he won’t catch it in time. The same thought applies here!

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#missionaccomplished . 📷: NASA . . Astronauts @astro .doug and @bobbehnken .nasa touched down this afternoon in the calm swells of the Gulf of Mexico. We can all breathe again! . . I’m thrilled so many of you were able to follow along with the mission! If you have any spacey questions drop them here as a comment or in my stories question box! It would be fun to do a little Q and A tomorrow evening 💙💙 . . #nasa #spacex #dragonendeavor #launchamerica #rocketscience #rocketscientist #aerospace #aerospaceengineering #ilooklikeanengineer #womeninstem #t1dlookslikeme #t1d #t1diabetes #diabetes #missiondiabetescontrol #type1warrior #type1diabetes

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May 2019

WOW I FINALLY MADE IT! HOW? WHAT? All smiles here as I just finished my final report of my Masters in Engineering Degree from Cornell University! It is crazy that 7 years ago I almost quit engineering all together after getting a 1.5 GPA my first semester of freshmen year at Penn State University. I knew I wanted to be an engineer, specifically in the Aerospace Industry. I bounced back the following semesters and still managed to graduate undergrad in 4 years. Then, I was accepted into Cornell for my Masters which I will be graduating with over a 3.9 GPA . . I learned how to create requirements for spacecraft systems such as the NASA Orion Crew Module electronics. I also applied the Systems Engineering and Program Management processes to my current role as a Project Manager at Lockheed Martin Space . . As crazy and rigorous as these last 2 years have been working full-time as an engineer in aerospace and going to college full-time, it sure has paid off! And having zero college debt at 25 years old is pretty 🔥 Hard work truly does pay off! . . P.S. To the haters out there who said I could not do it, humans wont get to Mars without Women in STEM 👩🏻‍💻👩🏽‍🔧👩🏼‍🔬👩🏿‍⚕️👩‍🚀 . . @lockheedmartin @kennedyspacecenter @nasa @cornelleng @cornelluniversity @cornellengleadership @pennstateengineering @pennstate #redplanet #missiontomars

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Happy to announce I will be pursuing my Masters of Business Administration (MBA ) at the University of Southern California - USC Marshall Business School! I look forward to gain more business and management skills to develop my career . . Why does a spacecraft engineer need an MBA? All businesses need leadership and management to operate, including the aerospace industry. I am excited to expand on my engineering knowledge by learning case studies and management strategies . . I also plan to network with the top film, USC School of Cinematic Arts in hopes to create a tv show empowering and highlighting women in STEM! 👩🏿‍🔧👩🏼‍🔬👩🏼‍🏭👩🏽‍🏫👩‍🚀👩🏾‍💻👩🏻‍⚕️ . . Cant reach your dreams unless you try 😅 Here we go! @uscmarshall @uscedu @uscmarshallonlinemba @uscftmba @usc_women_in_management

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May 2020

There's apparently a saying in the space industry, 'there's no problem so bad you can't make it worse'. Of course, leave it to the rocket scientists to create such a genius aphorism! ⁠⠀ ⁠🪐🌏💫☀️ Maybe there are a few ways to interpret it... I understand it as a reference to the power of #attitude . Life is full of problems. They're inevitable! We prepare the best we can, and still, 'the shit hits the fan' (another genius saying ). But, no matter how bad things get, if we have a sour attitude things will be worse! And if we have an #optimystic attitude, things will be better! I'm not talking about naive 'positive thinking'. I'm talking about directing our attention toward solutions. Choosing to dance! Opening our eyes when we're scared. Opening our hearts when we're sad. Staying curious. Practicing calmness. Allowing for what is as a starting point for realizing what may become. ⁠⠀ ⁠💕🙏🏽🌸 Photo by the talented and generous @mrmeyer

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Jan 2020

No one: Me: Did you know GPS is literally a signal beaming down from SPACE to your PHONE every time you pull up Google Maps?! . . This month’s @theshefactor sphere is Fashion but ya know what, sometimes you just gotta rock a t-shirt to feel comfy!! Being in an engineering field, it was definitely hard for me at first to figure out what I could wear to work. I spent all of college being told “you’re a female, you need to wear a pant suit every day to make sure you aren’t dismissed.” Okay what?! Whether a female wears a pant suit or a cute, dressed up outfit to work should not affect whether or not they are seen and heard. Some days I wear jeans, some days I dress up, and that’s okay! And when I volunteer, like in this picture, I wear a t shirt and no one cares!! Know your audience, but be comfortable and wear what makes you happy! 💪🏻

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Dec 2019

Hi!! I’ve been absent for a long time because I was working on something really important to me - I have rebranded my blog, gave it a face lift, and really planned out what I want to talk about for the next few months!! SO.... say hi to my new blog - The Galactic Gal! . . I realized I have much more of a passion for all things space, women in STEM, and STEAM (STEM + art ). I’ve found there aren’t a ton of blogs focused on these topics (or really any at all ) other than the big websites like Space.com which can be super overwhelming for people not in the industry, and younger kids. I want people to have easy access to bare-bones need-to-know info about space so everyone can learn about what we do in space and why it’s important! I also want to talk about my personal experiences being a woman in STEM, and why STEAM is also super important to cultivate. . . So come along with me on this fresh start! My new website is linked in my bio, I’ll be taking a lot more to Twitter now, and you can also subscribe to always stay up to date with my Space 101 series and everything else that comes up! . . I also want to keep this genuine and personal still, so of course I’ll still talk about our travels and life (including that promised “How to Buy a Home for the First Time” post! ). . . If there’s anything you would like to learn about, let me know in the comments! And if you have any young ones who love space, please share this with them too!! 💕

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