Doug Ellison


Founder of , Visualization Producer at JPL. This is not an official NASA twitter account. Opinions and views expressed are my own.

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They got a sample with their high-tech sampling device...a pooper scooper. before-and-after anim gif

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Looks like is going to try and grab a sample from this stack...I marked it in another stitched mosaic

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Last swath down a vent called Phoenix before moving on to the next with

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Can't help it... watching I started taking screenshots and stitching them

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Using a sensor logging app, I documented an intentional drop of my DroidX. You can see the freefall and impact.

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Fifth chopper load of water...

One last burger at Ricks.

Say Hi to 's dog Gus. And 's right foot.

Demo in the ESS for a scientist from Saudi. Thought I'd deploy my secret weapon.. Eyes in 3D

ASCII art - alive and well in the world of SPICE data :

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I think this means I'm flying the second leg of the trip home. #upgrade

#GoAtlas #GoCentaur and most of all, #GoJuno . Breathtaking. Emotions only just setting in.

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Panorama from the seating near the #nasatweetup tent.

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As close as I'll get to Juno. I don't mind - I'm in an amazing place, with amazing friends, tweeps and colleagues

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gave a beautiful blown-glass Jupiter as a thank you for the Juno/GRAIL/MSL TweetUps.

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Yup - taking a 1600 frame, 360 deg Gigapan from just outside the #nasatweetup tent - hope it stitches well.

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Oh, Hai

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Good morning Florida.

Right in the SW corner of Arkansas - and an utter textbook examle of oxbow lake formation!!

We're right on top of the Red River Army Depot, in north east Texas.