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Getting Sick in Space | #AskAbby Homeschool Edition | The Mars Generation | Season 3 | Episode 8

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Getting Sick in Space | #AskAbby Homeschool Edition | The Mars Generation | Season 3 | Episode 8

In this episode, aspiring astronaut Abby “Astronaut Abby” Harrison talks about what we can do to help a sick astronaut in space. Abby will discuss some of the preparations space agencies like NASA take, including medical training, on-board resources, and video communications with doctors!

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Season 3, Episode 8, #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition Presented by https://www.themarsgeneration.org

Getting Sick in Space

Episode 8, Abby answers questions posed by Ms. Souad Belcaid’s 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 6th grade science classes at the Fessenden School in Newton, Massachusetts including: How does an astronaut feel physically after returning to Earth? What happens if you get sick? Is there a doctor at the space station? What advice would you give us children during this pandemic?

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►► About #AskAbby Space and Science Show ►►
Do you have a burning science or space question? Get your questions answered! Abby Harrison aka Astronaut Abby will answer questions sent to her as part of The Mars Generation web series #AskAbby Space and Science Show presented by The Mars Generation. Abby is the founder of The Mars Generation, an aspiring astronaut, and a thought leader in space exploration.

►► #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition ►►
The #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition was created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and subsequent school closures, offering easy-to-understand, accessible and exciting content, and answering questions submitted by students from around the world. Episodes inspire the young and old alike to look toward a brighter future and become excited about advancing science, technology, and space exploration. For more information about the #AskAbby series please click here ► http://www.themarsgeneration.org/askabby/

►► About Astronaut Abby ►►
At age 13, Abigail Harrison, now popularly known as “Astronaut Abby,” publicly shared her dream of becoming the first astronaut to land on Mars. Since then, Harrison has worked diligently to stay on course and pursue this dream, including earning bachelor’s degrees in astrobiology and Russian studies. Now 22 years old, she is a respected thought leader who is passionate and vocal about space exploration, and uses her widespread influence, leadership, and The Mars Generation, the nonprofit organization that she co-founded, to foster support and enthusiasm for human space exploration. Harrison has been hailed as one of the most influential people in STEM and has earned accolades for her leadership including Forbes 30 Under 30, Glamour Magazine College Woman of the Year, and TIAA Difference Maker 100. She has worked with major brands, including Microsoft, Disney, 3M, Nissan, LEGO, Hulu, Kellogg’s, and Samsung to further her message, and has appeared on television networks such as Fox Business News, The Weather Channel, and BBC World. For more information, visit AstronautAbby.com.

►► About The Mars Generation Nonprofit►►
The Mars Generation aims to excite, educate, and inspire all people about the future of human space exploration. Reaching millions of people since 2015, the organization has served students and adults from around the world through programs including the Student Space Ambassador Program, Future of Space Outreach Program, and Space Camp Scholarship Program. The Mars Generation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by then-18-year-old aspiring astronaut, Abigail Harrison, and her mother, Nicole Harrison. Its advisory board includes astronauts, engineers, scientists, and professionals from the nonprofit and business communities. The Mars Generation is supported by private donors, members, influencer work, and major corporate sponsors. For more information, visit http://www.themarsgeneration.org/


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What is a Theory of Everything: Livestream

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Join two epic livestreams about Theories of Everything! Sign up for prizes, a download link to the videos, and more at http://www.pbsspacetime.com/events.

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July 28 @ 4pm Eastern (8pm UTC) – What is a Theory of Everything?
Moderated by Matt O’Dowd & Brian Keating
​Featuring Max Tegmark, Stephon Alexander, James Beacham

In this 90 minute conversation we explore what Theories of Everything really are outside the hype, dig into the essential physics mysteries that compel us to search for one, and survey the major TOE contenders currently being explored by the physics community.

August 4 @ 10:30am Eastern (2:30pm UTC) – Theory of Everything Controversies
Moderated by Matt O’Dowd & Brian Keating
​Featuring Lee Smolin, Eric Weinstein, Sabine Hossenfelder

Existing Theories of Everything have not yet produced experimental evidence that solves the fundamental challenges facing physics. That lack of progress has opened up a sea of controversy, from disagreements about the very necessity of TOEs, to questioning the cost/benefit of mega-billion dollar particle accelerators in search of them, to the emergence of competing TOEs from physicists outside of the academic community. In this 90 minute chat we dive into the existential questions around TOEs.


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20 Years of Science: NASA Explorers S4 Bonus

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20 Years of Science: NASA Explorers S4 Bonus

This season on NASA Explorers, you’ve seen what it takes to send science to the International Space Station through the eyes of one team of researchers. They are just two of thousands more scientists who have sent experiments to the orbiting laboratory over the past two decades.

Take a look back at those 20 years of microgravity science along with the researchers who helped make it happen.

Hear more from the researchers featured in this episode: https://go.nasa.gov/327KMjI

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Stay up to date with ISS Research on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ISS_Research
Watch all NASA Explorers season 4 episodes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2aBZuCeDwlQDM6x6FpHE_X0iL7hvoRpR
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The world’s coolest tech offices aren’t all in Silicon Valley

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Source: Donal Murphy | Airbnb | Heneghan Peng Architects

Working for a big tech company can come with some pretty amazing perks: Free food, unlimited paid vacation, travel stipends — and don’t forget super cool offices.

What might surprise some people is that many of the most impressive tech office spaces aren’t in Silicon Valley. These designs are far from the gray walls and cubicles that are a staple of most office decor.

From the Emerald City to the Empire State, here are 8 of coolest tech offices around.

DUBLIN | Airbnb International Headquarters

Source: Donal Murphy | Airbnb | Heneghan Peng Architects

Airbnb’s International Headquarters in Dublin — dubbed The Warehouse — was in disrepair when the company collaborated with Heneghan Peng Architects to reinvented the space.

The focal point is a central staircase, which serves as a lounge space for employees and a gathering space for conferences and other events. The home-sharing company incorporated a “neighborhood” concept into the design to reflect Airbnb’s ‘Belong Anywhere’ ethos with a choice of work spaces, and open areas to encourage collaboration.

It is Airbnb’s first “urban campus model” a design choice that will likely be repeated in the company’s future office designs.

NEW YORK | Squarespace Global Headquarters

Source: Magda Biernat

The Squarespace Global Headquarters, was designed by Architecture Plus Information (A+I), and every element aims to project Squarespace’s credo: “Good design means coalescing hundreds of details into a package that is simple and beautiful.”

The new office is in the historic Maltz Building, a former printing house originally built in 1926. The design features walnut accents and versatile spaces, which allow employees to easily transition from working solo to working as a team.

BOSTON | Sonos Offices

Source: Robert Benson | Interior Architects

In Boston, Interior Architects used the city as inspiration for the Sonos office, pulling material from the residential architecture to create an audiophile’s dream.

The office has an enhanced audio engineering lab, curated listening rooms and several audio chambers. A dramatic staircase framed by greenery connects a secondary seating area to the café space at the heart of building which is used for company meetings and events.

The open work environment allows for more collaboration between departments and teams.

NEW YORK | Etsy Headquarters

© Garrett Rowland, courtesy of Gensler

Etsy’s New York office is in the DUMBO area of Brooklyn. The space was designed by Gensler, a local design and architectural firm, and it is as much a reflection of the playful Etsy brand as it is the ‘Big Apple.’

There are vibrant, colorful origami-like installations hanging from the ceilings, juxtaposed against industrial concrete floors and metal structural elements. The office has multiple places for employee to relax and play, including the rooftop lounge with beautiful views of the city’s skyline.

SYDNEY | Dropbox Offices

© Katherine Lu

Dropbox’s office in Sydney feels more like a large game room than an actual office, with room to play video games, ping-pong or go for an afternoon swim. The inviting space is a perfect mix of high-design and laid-back cool, with modern ceiling beams in light wood tones, and a bright color scheme with beige and orange interior fabrics.

The mid-century modern style is a nod to days gone by as this cloud based company’s technology brings users into the future.

Pittsburgh | Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group Offices

Photo by Jasper Sanidad

In keeping with the staircase trend, the centerpiece of Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group office is not one but two sets of stairs for employees to lounge the day away–while doing lots of important work, of course.

The group is responsible for Uber’s self-driving technologies, maps and vehicle safety. Assembly Design conceptualized the project along with the Uber team. The design blends Pittsburgh’s industrial past with Uber’s technological future, with grand space framed by blackened steel beams, light floors and modern glass desks.

Kiev | ZEO Xinwei Offices

Photo courtesy of Soesthetic Group

One word comes to mind when looking at the Xinwei offices in Ukraine: Futuristic.

The space was designed by Soesthetic Group, a Kiev based international architectural and design studio. Nature was the inspiration behind the design with the element of water represented by large chrome drops, a plant wall with wooden accents symbolizes earth, and ethanol fueled fireplaces represent, fire. An aircraft engine turbine in the interior introduces the element of metal.

Kiev | ZEO Alliance Offices

Photo courtesy of Soesthetic Group

The ZEO Alliance office is made up of large open space with cube like structures serving as the only dividers. The interior is slick and modern with polished floors and contemporary furniture with sharp lines. The futuristic feel is a signature of Soesthetic Group, the design firm that worked on the project.

The color scheme includes bright shades of yellow and more subdued shades of blue. Metal boxes, and accents give the place a bit of an edge.


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The Silicon Valley Workplace Will Never Be the Same

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When the headquarters of Mission Bio reopens next week, employees will find many of the familiar perks they enjoyed before Silicon Valley went into lockdown have changed. Instead of the communal trays of catered lunches served a few times a week, each employee will get their own boxed meal. The snacks will remain free, but the soda machine and tub of almonds will be replaced with canned beverages, bottled water and individually wrapped protein bites. One new benefit: Every two weeks, the startup plans to provide Covid-19 tests onsite to any staff member who wants one.

Mission Bio is returning to the office sooner than most businesses in Northern California. Officials have extended stay-at-home orders through the end of May, and some of the largest technology companies have indicated that they may keep offices closed for even longer. Mission Bio, which develops cellular chemistry technology, said it decided to reopen after consulting local officials who determined that the startup’s cancer research qualifies as essential. “Cancer didn’t work from home,” said Nigel Beard, the chief technology officer.

The startup’s preparations for a return to the office offer a window into the unique challenges of adapting the Silicon Valley workspace to a pandemic. Mission Bio’s desks are arranged in an open-floor plan, a mainstay of the tech office that’s entirely incompatible with social distancing guidelines. The company will keep the office open seven days a week and ask employees to select shifts, so that only a third of staff are present at a time. The lab stations are designed to be communal, but researchers will be required to work solo. Employees will have their temperatures checked by thermometer guns upon arrival and will be asked whether they or their family members have had coughs, fevers or trouble breathing.

The biggest tech companies are taking similar steps for when they finally return to campus. Apple Inc. intends to stagger the introduction of employees back to the office, conduct temperature checks, keep people apart and create some kind of health checklist, Tim Cook, the chief executive officer, told employees in a virtual meeting last month. He said the Cupertino, California, headquarters won’t reopen until at least early June and workers would likely be reintroduced on a “staggered basis.” Google, whose campuses are designed to draw employees together to their many cafeterias and volleyball courts, doesn’t plan to return until at least June, either. The company expects to make changes to its open-office design before staff return, said a person familiar with the preparations.

Aerial Views Of Silicon Valley Housing And Tech Campuses

Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park.

Photographer: Sam Hall/Bloomberg

Facebook Inc. is looking at ways to reconfigure its open-floor plan but is in no hurry to return because most employees can do their jobs from home, David Wehner, the chief financial officer, said on Bloomberg Television. Amazon.com Inc. told corporate staff across the world that if they are able to work effectively from home, they can stay there until at least October. Those who come in will be given face coverings.

On the day tech workers finally do go back, the first change many will notice is on their morning commute. The shuttle buses provided by larger companies may not operate at full capacity, and some employers might encourage people to drive to avoid public transportation. Upon arrival, they’ll find redesigned lobbies. To funnel thousands of workers safely, companies are looking to use design tricks like stickers on the floor or carefully placed furniture to create barriers, said Primo Orpilla, co-founder of the San Francisco-based interior design company Studio O+A, whose clients include Microsoft Corp., Slack Technologies Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc.

Tech companies are particularly concerned with changes that could compromise their carefully curated aesthetic. Nobody wants rope barriers that make people feel like they’re at an airport, Orpilla said. They’re looking for an artistic version of crowd control. “If Shepard Fairey were in charge of making sure social distancing was part of your space, how would he do it?” Orpilla said, referring to the creator of the “Hope” Obama campaign posters. In a change that would please George Costanza, some clients are considering rebuilding bathroom stalls so the walls extend from the floor to the ceiling, he said.

Many companies are realizing that the open office—once considered forward-thinking for the way a lack of separation between workers fosters collaboration—is unsustainable. “Maybe that was innovative,” said Andrew Holmes, the director of marketing at Loftwall, a Dallas, Texas-based maker of room dividers and desk partitions. “Now it just feels like a place for germs to run wild.” Sales of Loftwall dividers have at least doubled since the coronavirus outbreak. Apple, Google, Microsoft and Tesla Inc. are among the companies that have placed orders with Loftwall in the last 18 months, Holmes said.

Inside The Coinbase Office As Company Wants Wall Street to Resolve Its Bitcoin Trust Issues

Employees work at the Coinbase office in San Francisco.

Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg

A cubicle revival might not be enough, said Philip Martin, head of security at San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase. If a colleague coughs while standing up, for example, they could infect neighbors. Martin anticipates officials might set guidelines for offices, such as reducing the number of people allowed in buildings or requiring barriers between workers. He’s making early preparations for Coinbase’s eventual return, but the company said it doesn’t expect things to get back to normal until January or later.

Some workplaces are more challenging to redesign. Xwing, a startup developing autonomous aircraft, used to conduct biweekly test flights at an airfield in Concord, California, before the pandemic. The company would pack three or four employees equipped with headsets about an arm’s length apart from one another inside a small, noisy vehicle. The founder, Marc Piette, is trying to determine whether it’s feasible to have fewer engineers in the air and whether microphones would still be able to pick up their voices when wearing face masks. “We’re all about flying aircraft autonomously,” Piette said. “If we can’t fly aircraft, it becomes a difficult problem to solve.”

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    Watch SpaceX hop Starship SN-6!

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    Girl Meets Astronaut| #AskAbby Homeschool Edition | The Mars Generation | Season 3 | Episode 9

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    Girl Meets Astronaut| #AskAbby Homeschool Edition | The Mars Generation | Season 3 | Episode 9

    We all start from somewhere! In this episode, aspiring astronaut Abby “Astronaut Abby” Harrison answers questions asked about her childhood. From her heroes to her favorite subject in school to her fears to her mentors, Abby gets personal about what it was like growing up dreaming about becoming the first astronaut on Mars.

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    Season 3, Episode 9, #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition Presented by https://www.themarsgeneration.org

    Girl Meets Astronaut

    In Episode 9 of the #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition, host Abby Harrison Abby answers questions posed by MaryRose Candere’s class at After School STEAM Center: Clever Play Education & Training. Questions include: Are you super smart? What toys did you like to play with as a child? Who were your heroes growing up? What did your family and friends think when you told them about your dream? What was your favorite subject in school? What’s one thing many people do not know about you?

    Tune in daily for new releases of #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition Presented by TheMarsGeneration.org

    To learn more about The Mars Generation go to ► http://www.themarsgeneration.org/

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    And don’t forget to follow Astronaut Abby on social media…
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    …and The Mars Generation!

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    ►► About #AskAbby Space and Science Show ►►
    Do you have a burning science or space question? Get your questions answered! Abby Harrison aka Astronaut Abby will answer questions sent to her as part of The Mars Generation web series #AskAbby Space and Science Show presented by The Mars Generation. Abby is the founder of The Mars Generation, an aspiring astronaut, and a thought leader in space exploration.

    ►► #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition ►►
    The #AskAbby Space and Science Show: Homeschool Edition was created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and subsequent school closures, offering easy-to-understand, accessible and exciting content, and answering questions submitted by students from around the world. Episodes inspire the young and old alike to look toward a brighter future and become excited about advancing science, technology, and space exploration. For more information about the #AskAbby series please click here ► http://www.themarsgeneration.org/askabby/

    ►► About Astronaut Abby ►►
    At age 13, Abigail Harrison, now popularly known as “Astronaut Abby,” publicly shared her dream of becoming the first astronaut to land on Mars. Since then, Harrison has worked diligently to stay on course and pursue this dream, including earning bachelor’s degrees in astrobiology and Russian studies. Now 22 years old, she is a respected thought leader who is passionate and vocal about space exploration, and uses her widespread influence, leadership, and The Mars Generation, the nonprofit organization that she co-founded, to foster support and enthusiasm for human space exploration. Harrison has been hailed as one of the most influential people in STEM and has earned accolades for her leadership including Forbes 30 Under 30, Glamour Magazine College Woman of the Year, and TIAA Difference Maker 100. She has worked with major brands, including Microsoft, Disney, 3M, Nissan, LEGO, Hulu, Kellogg’s, and Samsung to further her message, and has appeared on television networks such as Fox Business News, The Weather Channel, and BBC World. For more information, visit AstronautAbby.com.

    ►► About The Mars Generation Nonprofit►►
    The Mars Generation aims to excite, educate, and inspire all people about the future of human space exploration. Reaching millions of people since 2015, the organization has served students and adults from around the world through programs including the Student Space Ambassador Program, Future of Space Outreach Program, and Space Camp Scholarship Program. The Mars Generation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by then-18-year-old aspiring astronaut, Abigail Harrison, and her mother, Nicole Harrison. Its advisory board includes astronauts, engineers, scientists, and professionals from the nonprofit and business communities. The Mars Generation is supported by private donors, members, influencer work, and major corporate sponsors. For more information, visit TheMarsGeneration.org.


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    Ms. Tree Catches a Fairing Half

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    Ms. Tree Catches a Fairing Half

    SpaceX’s fairing recovery vessel Ms. Tree catches a Falcon 9 fairing half after launch of SpaceX’s eleventh Starlink mission on August 18, 2020. The fairing used on this mission previously flew in support of SpaceX’s fourth Starlink mission.


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