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Don't forget to catch Mercury crossing the Sun tomorrow! Last chance for US folks for the next 30 years. Online live streams here: https://t.co/WvVI2Ge7cY#MercuryTransit2019— Dr. Jennifer L. Hoffman ✨ (@astroprofhoff) November 11, 2019
IF true, then Trump was blackmailed by Turkey, to permit invasion of Syria - using information which implicates Jared Kushner as giving "permission" to KSA's MBS to arrest Jamal Khashoggi. And the House Impeachment inquiry has it. https://t.co/mJJjuy9EK4— Robert Rutledge (@rerutled) November 4, 2019
In tears. So little attention is paid to the way homophobia destroys women. And tells us to destroy ourselves. And she listened. And we lost her. And I knew this story was coming. And I am sadder than I thought I would be. https://t.co/n68UWLZ0gn— 🙅🏽♀️ Chanda Prescod-Weinstein 🙅🏽♀️ (@IBJIYONGI) November 7, 2019
This factcheck on fuel reduction burns and Barnaby Joyce’s bizarre accusations is very good. Also a good counterpoint to today’s Australian front page. @readfearn https://t.co/ghjtnqDMRL— Michael Brown (@MJIBrown) November 12, 2019
Here are the planets & dwarf planets in the solar system that have been fully mapped (except Pluto which is partially mapped). Dozens of other dwarf planet candidates beyond Pluto are yet to be seen up close.— Dr James O'Donoghue (@physicsJ) November 4, 2019
Youtube HD https://t.co/DZj6onbQwT pic.twitter.com/ue4kIuWFN7
I'll be taking part in @newscientist evening lecture series on 27 Nov in London, talking about how we are trying to understand the dark universe! https://t.co/1yZVTntJsQ— Chamkaur Ghag (@chamkaurghag) November 4, 2019
"It is harder to be the kind of person who seeks complex truths rather than retreats into simple lies, but it is also better"— James Davenport, PhD (@jradavenport) November 6, 2019
A great takeaway by @hankgreen in the latest vlogbrothers ep. about @nbcTheGoodPlacehttps://t.co/41bt4F7zPU
Hi astro tweeps--please circulate this PhD vacancy in gravitational wave cosmology with Chris Van der Broeck and myself @_nikhef @GRAPPAInstitute @IoP_UvA @uva_api https://t.co/bl698ipTHc: deadline 15/1/2020 wonderful time to be in this observationally driven field--Thank you!— Samaya Nissanke (@samayanissanke) November 8, 2019
This book also got me thinking about @StarTrek and inspired me to write this piece about Captain Sisko and Deep Space Nine. https://t.co/ZMwLQLtPuc— Ramin Skibba (@raminskibba) November 16, 2019
We're hiring a postdoc in TESS related science at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC! Get your applications in by December 1st! @jfaherty @AMNH https://t.co/DKCYcfElZe— Ruth Angus (@ruthangus) November 13, 2019
Applications for the UCSC Lamat Program are now open!https://t.co/Ll5LKB4oG4— Brant Robertson (@brant_robertson) November 10, 2019
Lamat targets STEM undergrads enrolled in CA community colleges & other 2-year institutions. Lamat interns work w/ UCSC faculty and PhD students from Physics, EPS, & Astro. Stipend & housing provided!
Hey!— Dan F-M (@exoplaneteer) November 12, 2019
Do you use and/or write scientific software?
Do you want to help scientific software get academic credit?
If so, please volunteer to review for @JOSS_TheOJ: https://t.co/N150OL1dzA
We're getting a lot of (esp. astro) submissions and the reviewers are working overtime!
Hoy comienzan en Berlín las celebraciones por los 30 años de la caída del muro que dividió la ciudad y el país entre 1961 y 1989.— Juan Diego Soler (@juandiegosoler) November 3, 2019
https://t.co/aYlX2VZaLB via @el_pais
Paper day! "The Milky Way’s Disk of Classical Satellite Galaxies in Light of Gaia DR2", accepted in MNRAS, is out on the arXiv today: https://t.co/bc1IcFQOh8— Marcel S. Pawlowski (@8minutesold) November 14, 2019
The paper is a whopping 20 pages long, so let me summarize the key takeaways here. pic.twitter.com/reRUI4NXFI
Academic friends, it's #VeteransDay. I want to share a little about the Warrior Scholar Project @wsp_vets, a program dedicated to helping veterans, many of whom are first generation college students, navigate higher education. https://t.co/TkuDbUxu8B [1/7]— Marla Geha (@mgeha) November 11, 2019
Nice article by @beckyferreira in @VICE on puzzling large-scale galaxy alignments and coherences, including planes of satellite galaxies and the challenge they pose for LCDM. With comments by @satellitegalaxy, @VoltarCH, and me, among others.https://t.co/EpFCEyLfhY— Marcel S. Pawlowski (@8minutesold) November 11, 2019
If you are in Tucson this weekend don't forget to visit the Art of Planetary Science exhibition! I love having this in my building so I can wander through and check out all the space-inspired and data-inspired art. Full schedule of events is here: https://t.co/BQKxrQBJ0C pic.twitter.com/J8v9KdGhyN— Lynn Carter (@lynn_carter8) November 12, 2019
Did you know @CASCApress is running an Exoplanet Naming contest? That's right! Canada gets to NAME an exoplanet!— Jesse Rogerson, PhD (@jesserogerson) November 14, 2019
There are 4 finalists, and you can vote on which you like best! Check it out.https://t.co/wWPnVWyeYE#scicomm #space pic.twitter.com/NOlcnm089p
.@theDESurvey found (and confirmed) 9 more strong gravitational lenses in Year 1 data. h/t to Liz Buckley-Geer and Huan Linhttps://t.co/moYLF0koAf pic.twitter.com/mPScnitDd4— iamstargourd (@iamstarnord) November 8, 2019
Police oppose Traveller and Gypsy camp crackdown, FOI shows - @ukhomeoffice & Tory hatred of difference flies in the face of police advice. https://t.co/pgSx5nZ9dK— In need of a paddle #FBPE (@davecl42) November 14, 2019