When it comes to writing, using the right tools can free you up to focus on your content.
Sooner or later, open source development comes to every field, and tools for working writers are no exception. However, if you search for the topic, you will find the lists of writing tools are full of apps that are no longer in development and have been dropped from most distributions.
Accordingly, here is a list of useful writing apps that are still available as of late 2018. Some have been around for a long time, while others are newer and little known.
For the first time ever, a massive meteor crater the size of Paris was discovered lurking under the ice in Greenland. Likely caused by a meteor, it was uncovered by a team of international scientists using radar data. Learn more about missions like our Operation IceBridge, which studies the ice and snow at our planet’s poles: https://go.nasa.gov/2rbUrSY
Coming soon: We are announcing the new Moon partnerships with American companies at 2 p.m. EST Thursday, Nov. 29. The technology we used to first explore the Moon was groundbreaking for its time. Just imagine what we will accomplish this time around! https://go.nasa.gov/2radZra
CONGRATS TEAM JPL! This is such an exciting accomplishment. Now we wait around 5 hours or so for the dust to settle and arrays to deploy so we can determine if we can begin the 2 year mission to learn about the inside of Mars, learn about asteroid impacts, and more. This was a very successful experiment. besides that, the names of my mother, my sister, my wife, and myself are on that lander along with others from Earth. :) WOOHOO!!!
Anticipation is building as preparations are well underway for the launch of NASA’s next Mars mission, InSight. But before the roar of the rocket lifting off from Vandenberg Air Force Base has subsided, a NASA team will be hard at work preparing for the lander’s eventual plunge through the Martian atmosphere.
We’re just days away from our first #MarsLanding in six years! The landing will kick off a two-year mission for our InSight spacecraft to study Mars' deep interior and help scientists understand the formation of all rocky worlds, including our own. Tune in to NASA TV at 1 p.m. EST and 2 p.m. EST to learn about the science and engineering behind this mission. Here’s how you can watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2qWDR9A