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Astronomers' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2019-Sep-16 13:20 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Astronomers on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Links in tweets originated by astronomers in the past 14 days, ordered by retweets-per-follower averaged over each tweet of the link. Below, each link is presented in the context of the particular tweet with the highest retweets per follower.

1. One retweet per 12 followers (average):

EL MEU PARE ANDALÚS, ORGULLÓS VOTANT DE #1Oct2017, dedica aquesta https://t.co/29e8GzvHVo a les families dels segrestats i als republicans. Sou les flors grogues del #TsunamiDemocratic#Llibertat #FreeCatalanPoliticalPrisonersandExiled #altsasukoakaskatu @CartesxRep @Foreign_Cat pic.twitter.com/HFf4g7O48z

— Dr. Josep M. Trigo (@Josep_Trigo) September 14, 2019

2. One retweet per 26 followers (average):

!!! Tenure Track Opening in My Department !!!@ucdavis
We seek a geologist who investigates the generation, evolution, & deformation of Earth’s crust/lithosphere & whose research is anchored in the rock record over geologic time https://t.co/uxRSb1RahU

— Dawn Sumner (@sumnerd) September 5, 2019

3. One retweet per 43 followers (average):

“The comet”, un cortometraggio fatto interamente con immagini reali della sonda Rosetta, è la cosa più pazzesca che vedrete oggi https://t.co/oB1m6aIF0d

— Amedeo Balbi (@amedeo_balbi) September 7, 2019

4. One retweet per 44 followers (average):

Just a reminder to folks that on its way to putting this lander down, India did successfully put its second spacecraft in orbit at the Moon. Chandrayaan-2 orbiter will be up there doing science for a year. Lander would only have lasted 2 weeks. https://t.co/i5VdnBPII4

— Emily Lakdawalla (@elakdawalla) September 6, 2019

5. One retweet per 45 followers (average):

Side channel analysis of RF emission using #MachineLearning and #TensorFlow to steal PIN numbers from thin air. This is really impressive work… and also deeply scary. HT @LargeCardinal https://t.co/cVjZdJt8L0 pic.twitter.com/vDat60wpgS

— Alasdair Allan (@aallan) September 5, 2019

6. One retweet per INF followers (average):

Pesquisadora ficou em 1º na seleção do doutorado na UFRJ. E descobriu agora que está sem bolsa @estadao: https://t.co/rxx5o0DKqT

— Gustavo Rojas (@gurojas) September 4, 2019

7. One retweet per 65 followers (average):

Assessing the impact and value of the "free fees" policy is going to be complex. But the first numbers are in, and "free fees" students did as well or better than the same cohort the year before. But you wouldn't know it from this headline https://t.co/23LBA2oTkH

— Richard Easther (@REasther) September 8, 2019

8. One retweet per 72 followers (average):

Corte de OITENTA E SETE por cento! 87%!

No Brasil, o CNPq é (era?) o principal financiador das pesquisas brasileiras. Equipamentos, insumos, o dinheiro para manter laboratórios funcionando, tudo isso vem do CNPq.#pelacienciabrasileira#SomosTodosCNPq https://t.co/WHTVnIz4d0

— Thiago S Goncalves (@thiagosgbr) September 3, 2019

9. One retweet per 80 followers (average):

Happy HD 209458 b transit day @ExoCharbonneau! Today we celebrate 20 years of transiting exoplanets, a science revolution started with a 10cm telescope! #exoplanets https://t.co/BF7kL4ikPM https://t.co/S4wQchUoHQ

— Jayne Birkby (@jaynebirkby) September 9, 2019

10. One retweet per 81 followers (average):

MÉS D'UNA DÈCADA COL·LABORANT AMB @termcat: Avui us presentem aquesta INFOGRAFIA on aclarim la terminologia del fenòmen meteòric en català, la nostra llengua comuna: Sabeu com s'ha d'anomenar una roca a l'espai? Meteorit certament NOhttps://t.co/iRr5FpUIrI@AASCV @Bctuab @324cat pic.twitter.com/3hN63QpqG1

— Dr. Josep M. Trigo (@Josep_Trigo) September 5, 2019

11. One retweet per 85 followers (average):

En @elconfidencial: El engaño de las farolas LED en las ciudades: así perjudica tu salud la luz azulada https://t.co/i8Z3GLACgT

— Alejandro Sánchez (@pmisson) September 15, 2019

12. One retweet per 98 followers (average):

Here is the iWander report (https://t.co/U7Xm93Vjmh) on the provenance of the new interstellar object C/2019 Q4.
For this, I use the present available orbit (JPL 4) (animation available at: https://t.co/3gg1WQSaCl, via @tony873004) CC @ProfAbelMendez @coreyspowell @EricMamajek pic.twitter.com/dUUmBLr2sO

— Jorge I. Zuluaga (@zuluagageorge) September 13, 2019

13. One retweet per 98 followers (average):

Here is the iWander report (https://t.co/U7Xm93Vjmh) on the provenance of the new interstellar object C/2019 Q4.
For this, I use the present available orbit (JPL 4) (animation available at: https://t.co/3gg1WQSaCl, via @tony873004) CC @ProfAbelMendez @coreyspowell @EricMamajek pic.twitter.com/dUUmBLr2sO

— Jorge I. Zuluaga (@zuluagageorge) September 13, 2019

14. One retweet per 111 followers (average):

Our study on testing the #BlackHole no-hair theorem with #GravitationalWaves from @LIGO's 1st detection (#GW150914) appeared today on the journal Phys Rev Letters. I’d like to share why we are so excited about this! https://t.co/EFRsv6kSFV 1/N pic.twitter.com/GMkVyO0KW1

— Maximiliano Isi (@maxisi) September 13, 2019

15. One retweet per 112 followers (average):

The Science Advisor role is open at the @SciTechMuseum! Come work with me!https://t.co/9hath1Ij7v

— Jesse Rogerson, Ph.D. (@jesserogerson) September 11, 2019

16. One retweet per 123 followers (average):

Super-excited for this work led by @gvalentini85! w/ @nobuakiMZMT @spratt888 & @TedPavlic, showing 1st evidence in animals of information flows regulating others, & model-free methods to uncover cryptic information flows agnostic to substrate or function https://t.co/XhQ8s9NF3S

— Dr. Sara Walker (@Sara_Imari) September 11, 2019

17. One retweet per 124 followers (average):

And it's already in the news... A second interstellar object may have been found In Our Solar System. #Nature2ndChance https://t.co/9at1NiRF8A

— Franck Marchis (@AllPlanets) September 12, 2019

18. One retweet per 124 followers (average):

Dr Henry... said there were a string of "catastrophic" policy failings facing the country that could deprive a large proportion of people the opportunity to work.

He listed a string of policy failures including "truly terrible" broadband service....https://t.co/M6F6YJEBzm

— Michael Brown (@MJIBrown) September 10, 2019

19. One retweet per 128 followers (average):

Updated: The @LIGO/@ego_virgo/@KAGRA_PR observing plans for our upcoming observing runshttps://t.co/K3CwPkqhhK pic.twitter.com/LDtiufxKAJ

— Christopher Berry (@cplberry) September 6, 2019

20. One retweet per 131 followers (average):

If you do use or are interested in using @NASA_TESS for your science, I hope you'll consider attending the "Expanding the Science of TESS" workshop at the University of Sydney 10-14 February, 2020! Get more info or apply at https://t.co/yluVonWm3f

— Ben Montet (@benmontet) September 5, 2019