We looked inside some of the tweets by @AtmosScience and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Apparently it is #NationCodingWeek . I may be a bit late to the party but as I am doing a major overhaul of my code today. I thought I would take you along! First an introduction: Hi, my name is Freya & I am doing a PhD in Radar Meteorology & Aeroecology #PhDLife #WomenWhoCode https://t.co/fc7B04EK95
California 🔥 https://t.co/UdepHSb4PZ
You're whizzing through the sky at 200mph inside a flying laboratory ✈️ How would you measure the temperature and pressure outside? It's up to talented scientists like Dr Hannah Price to overcome this challenge... #Aviation #AvGeek https://t.co/XE1McCUyDc
Apparently, sticking a thermometer out of the window won't work... 😁🛩️ Dr Hannah Price provides fascinating and unique insight into how scientists measure temperature and pressure while travelling the skies at 200mph ⤵️ https://t.co/OkFQ8ZK7Jn
Toughest commute you've ever had? 🙈 This is Heather Guy, who just made it to Greenland's summit as part of a big effort to keep observations running - despite all that's going on. From medical tests to aborted landings and government approvals, Heather's journey is complete! https://t.co/DkGwnNh8S3
You might have heard of John Tyndall and Guy Callendar, both central figures in the history of climate science. But, what about female scientist Eunice Foote? https://t.co/8wtTEg9sFB