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OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!!!— Ed Rivera-Valentín 🇵🇷🏳️🌈 (@PlanetTreky) November 13, 2019
I GOT AN ASTEROID NAMED AFTER ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!😱😱😱😱
Every SpaceX launch comes with a new episode of my favourite sitcom: "Rocket-bros telling professional astronomers that their problems will be over when Elon Musk launches all ground-based observatories into space."— Juan Carlos Munoz (@astro_jcm) November 11, 2019
A classic example of why we need to complicate our narratives about celebrating "diversity." This lab is led by a woman of color and has students of color in it, and they are doing some fuckshit that aids and abets mass incarceration, housing, and employment discrimination. https://t.co/1ncfbLYd0J— 🙅🏽♀️ Chanda Prescod-Weinstein 🙅🏽♀️ (@IBJIYONGI) November 11, 2019
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
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!
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
dear fellow astronomers: what do you think it means for something in nature to be worth protecting? why are we allowed to be angry or upset or annoyed when satellites are launched, but not when a telescope begins construction on a mountain?— Mia de los Reyes (@MiaDoesAstro) November 12, 2019
Mark your calendars... https://t.co/Ld91LTi4rb— Dr. John Barentine FRAS (@JohnBarentine) November 12, 2019
I sort of want to weigh this mantid and then, assuming a density of ~1 gm/cm^3, calculate its volume, but perhaps I'm just rho mantis sizing things. pic.twitter.com/cWiSjpbdgu— Brian Wolven (@brianwolven) November 11, 2019
Science humor is one of my favorite types of humor. Here’s one of my favorite jokes: A photon checks into a hotel and is asked if he needs any help with his luggage. He says, “No, I’m traveling light!”— Haley Wahl (@hwahl16) November 14, 2019
Twitter, give me your best science jokes!
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
What rubbish: "The EU has stood squarely against “science, innovation and technology” for decades" 🙄— Mark McCaughrean (@markmccaughrean) November 16, 2019
Pure "rah rah British empire" propaganda from a clueless Tory with no science background.
FYI, the EU's Horizon Europe programme will have a budget of €94 billion over 7 yrs. https://t.co/YNbuu9HxxI
Hmm, new #GravitaionalWave candidate #S191110afhttps://t.co/9luTHwJBI2— Christopher Berry (@cplberry) November 10, 2019
This is found by an unmodelled burst search, NOT a binary merger search. A new type of source? I will need lots of convincing! Checks currently underway
False alarm rate: 1 per 12 year (meh)
Rating: ❔🌶️ pic.twitter.com/sOa0bpw2AF
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
Está acontecendo agora o trânsito do planeta Mercúrio em frente ao Sol! Aqui em Cascais, próximo a Lisboa, o @nuclio_pt está organizando uma observação no Centro de Interpretação Ambiental da Pedra do Sal. pic.twitter.com/sCXaXRca0D— Gustavo Rojas (@gurojas) November 11, 2019
We're excited for the Mercury transit this afternoon!— Emily Hunt (@emilydoesastro) November 11, 2019
Telescopes: check ☑️
Solar filters: check ☑️
The Sun: ... pic.twitter.com/n4EraXuo7C
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!
Solar system and all known moons— James Guillochon (@astrocrash) November 11, 2019
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