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Martin, News, and Tumblr: kyle cassidy @kylecassidy + Follow This is Yan Ping, the trajectory designer, she flew this freaking space ship to Pluto. 7/18/15, 12:43 PM kyle cassidy @kylecassidy Follow She was 70 seconds off her projected time on a 9 year 3 billion mile voyage, #PlutoFlyBy 7/18/15, 12:43 PM The Pluto Fyby RIZONS Women make up approximately 25 percent of the New Horizons flyby team. The female team members were photographed at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory on July 11, 2015, just three days before the spacecraft's closest approach to Pluto. Kneeling from left to right: Amy Shira Teitel, Cindy Conrad, Sarah Hamilton, Allisa Earle, Leslie Young, Melissa Jones, Katie Bechtold, Becca Sepan, Kelsi Singer, Amanda Zangari, Coralie Jackman, Helen Hart. Standing, from left to right: Fran Bagenal, Ann Harch, Jillian Redfern, Tiffany Finley, Heather Elliot, Nicole Martin, Yanping Guo, Cathy Olkin, Valerie Mallder, Rayna Tedford, Silvia Protopapa, Martha Kusterer, Kim Ennico, Ann Verbiscer, Bonnie Buratti, Sarah Bucior, Veronica Bray, Emma Birath, Carly Howett, Alice Bowman. Not pictured: Priya Dharmavaram, Sarah Flanigan, Debi Rose, Sheila Zurvalec, Adriana Ocampo, Jo-Anne Kierzkowski. Credit: Michael Soluri sorayachemaly: Women scientists made up 25% of the Pluto fly-by New Horizon team. Make sure you share this, because erasing women’s achievements in science and history is a tradition. Happens every day.. http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/News-Center/News-Article.php?page=20150712

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Anaconda, Be Like, and Christmas: LINT WATER PLANT CIENCE WHIZ By ADRIANA DIAZ CBS NEWS December 25, 2017, 7:32 PM 12-year-old Colorado girl, troubled by Flint water crisis more than 1,000 miles away, invents lead detector f Share / У Tweet / Reddit F Flipboard / @ Email LONE TREE, Colo.-Outside denver, a talented 12-year-old is getting national attention. It's not for her music, it's for Gitanjali Rao's contribution to science. "If my mom asked me what do you want for Christmas, I'd be like, lead," Gitanjali said. CBS News @CBSNews Follow 12-year-old Colorado girl, troubled by Flint water crisis more than 1,000 miles away, invents lead detector cbsn.ws/2laS8wb M. 4:40 PM-25 Dec 2017 268 Retweets 631 Likes Dscowery 3M Young DATE: October 17, 2017 Scientist Challenge PAY TO THE ORDER of America's Top Young Scientist $25,000.00 DOLLARS Twenty-Five Thousand and 0o/100 Gitanjali Rao won the Young Scientist Competition for a lead detector. CBS NEWS It was inspired by a real-world problem. "Ive been following the Flint water crisis for about two years," Gitanjali said. With Gitanjali's device, instead of taking days to send water samples to a lab, her device detects lead in seconds using carbon molecules - and a mobile app. <p><a href="http://keyhollow.tumblr.com/post/168981901165/thatpettyblackgirl-her-name-is-gitanjali" class="tumblr_blog">keyhollow</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://thatpettyblackgirl.tumblr.com/post/168952724026/her-name-is-gitanjali-rao-im-glad-someone" class="tumblr_blog">thatpettyblackgirl</a>:</p><blockquote> <h2> Her name is <b>Gitanjali Rao </b> </h2> <p> I’m glad someone  cares.  She’s a blessing.  <b>#Flint #FlintWaterCrisis</b><br/></p> <p> Remember when the governor found out and spent millions to hire a PR firm? Maybe he should’ve been getting someone to make these instead. <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>A brilliant young girl</p></blockquote>
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Martin, News, and Tumblr: kyle cassidy @kylecassidy + Follow This is Yan Ping, the trajectory designer, she flew this freaking space ship to Pluto. 7/18/15, 12:43 PM kyle cassidy @kylecassidy Follow She was 70 seconds off her projected time on a 9 year 3 billion mile voyage, #PlutoFlyBy 7/18/15, 12:43 PM The Pluto Fyby RIZONS Women make up approximately 25 percent of the New Horizons flyby team. The female team members were photographed at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory on July 11, 2015, just three days before the spacecraft's closest approach to Pluto. Kneeling from left to right: Amy Shira Teitel, Cindy Conrad, Sarah Hamilton, Allisa Earle, Leslie Young, Melissa Jones, Katie Bechtold, Becca Sepan, Kelsi Singer, Amanda Zangari, Coralie Jackman, Helen Hart. Standing, from left to right: Fran Bagenal, Ann Harch, Jillian Redfern, Tiffany Finley, Heather Elliot, Nicole Martin, Yanping Guo, Cathy Olkin, Valerie Mallder, Rayna Tedford, Silvia Protopapa, Martha Kusterer, Kim Ennico, Ann Verbiscer, Bonnie Buratti, Sarah Bucior, Veronica Bray, Emma Birath, Carly Howett, Alice Bowman. Not pictured: Priya Dharmavaram, Sarah Flanigan, Debi Rose, Sheila Zurvalec, Adriana Ocampo, Jo-Anne Kierzkowski. Credit: Michael Soluri sorayachemaly:Women scientists made up 25% of the Pluto fly-by New Horizon team. Make sure you share this, because erasing women’s achievements in science and history is a tradition. Happens every day.. http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/News-Center/News-Article.php?page=20150712

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