Arctic Tundra Going Green
A study led by a team of scientists from the Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff discovered by analysing high-resolution satellite imagery, that 37.3% of the Arctic Tundra grew significantly greener between 1985-2016. The Changing Arctic Tundra A Tundra biome is commonly portrayed as having a permanently frozen subsoil known as the permafrost, little precipitation and low biotic diversity.
Next week will see the return of #WorldSpaceWeek, with this year's theme being 'Satellites Improve Life'. As part of World Space Week 2020, we want know what you would like to see from us! Please let us know in the comments section how you would like to see Skyrora participate!🚀 https://t.co/jkwHXdVKGZ
In celebration of 'Save Your Photos Day' tomorrow, we would like to re-share some our favourite photos taken from some of our more notable achievements. Take a look at the photos below, and head to https://t.co/XivIjdBOww to read more about the featured milestones! https://t.co/kW5exMxCe0
Skyrora are hiring! We are currently looking for an Engineering Technical Documentation Writer and Controller to join our team. Head over to https://t.co/vM3PhQZkhn to learn more about the role, and check out or website for other positions we have available! https://t.co/CglAZ0xTd2
We are now in the final few days for you to submit your merchandise design to Skyrora, and your design could appear on our upcoming online shop. The competition closes at 23:59 hrs on Sunday 20th September, so get your entries in now! https://t.co/Cy1PW8JpeN https://t.co/HP3fNYhaaY
Only 6 days left to submit your merchandise design! The design you create could be featured on one of our t-shirts that will be available for purchase on Skyrora's online shop! The winner will also be given a VIP goody bag! Check it out: https://t.co/Cy1PW8JpeN #STEM https://t.co/vEUs0IlJmQ