We looked inside some of the tweets by @AmyShiraTeitel and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
I grew up on Mythbusters. It was such a joy to watch ppl have FUN with science & engineering. I got the chance to meet Grant at Yuri’s Night a few years ago with @AmyShiraTeitel, he was polite and funny and a real joy to chat with. His spark and passion for science will be missed https://t.co/GzXqQMWU4G
Grant was beyond lovely. I’d been a fan of his going back years and appreciated what he did to popularize science and robotics. I’m glad I got to meet him and thank him for all his work. (And thanks for sharing this, @chuie360!) https://t.co/2rTrlScifa
Roll that beautiful (stabilized 60fps) Apollo 16 footage! - PAO https://t.co/iWLL1R9xka
Comet NEOWISE and the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada 🍁! I was up really early for this shot. It's not often that we get the opportunity to see or photograph a comet of this brightness and with a tail. I hope you like it!🤩 https://t.co/BFyxFFw2DE https://t.co/sGZBiEVryM
Tea from 1918 right here. https://t.co/pWFr8QrRU8
If you're headed to Mars, Venus is actually on the way! - PAO https://t.co/jNs2WQWLMC
Today we remember the mission that piqued our curiosities & drove our perseverance to pursue further exploration of the Red Planet. Our Sojourner rover landed on July 4, 1997, after hitching a ride aboard the Mars Pathfinder mission. Take a closer look: https://t.co/N2Bek4K4Nj https://t.co/Ts7fQND6Xd
Interesting that President Whitmore suggested that citizens could leave the cities if they wish, but the President did NOT order a mandatory evacuation of New York, Washington, or Los Angeles.