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Astronomers' Recent Top Tweets

Updated: 2019-May-24 13:18 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Astronomers on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Astronomers' tweets from past 7 days most retweeted per follower:

1. One retweet per 6 followers:

Beli kereta bukan sekadar bayar bulan-bulan dan isi petrol sahaja. Kena fikirkan bayar service bila cukup mileage, road tax dan insurance dan juga maintenance seperti kena ganti tayar bila sampai masanya. Semua ni bukannya murah. https://t.co/HEuIvcdDGC

— Norhasliza Yusof (@norhaslizayusof) May 20, 2019

2. One retweet per 24 followers:

"Hours lost: 6. Reason: Volcano"

Doug Geisler's telescope log from 39y ago today - he was the sole person at Manastash Ridge Observatory when Mt. St. Helens erupted!

I interviewed Doug earlier this year for #TheLastStargazers and got to hear the full tale... pic.twitter.com/6V4PGQiSQU

— Emily Levesque ✨🔭 (@emsque) May 18, 2019

3. One retweet per 29 followers:

If you want more space-related animal stories, please enjoy Nalla the Persuader (YES, REALLY), a peregrine falcon who works part-time with the European Space Agency to keep birds from nesting (and pooping) in one of their tracking antennae in Spain: https://t.co/6Ha6CfHii9 pic.twitter.com/8iUwDVUNNl

— Emily Levesque ✨🔭 (@emsque) May 21, 2019

4. One retweet per 41 followers:

.@NASA okay fine pic.twitter.com/wGbLNHKCne

— Grant Tremblay (@astrogrant) May 22, 2019

5. One retweet per 42 followers:

I’m at a lecture celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 10 and just learned that the first Earth creatures to orbit the moon were two tortoises.

HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THE SPACE TORTOISES?? 🐢🚀https://t.co/cxQUuHrgft

— Emily Levesque ✨🔭 (@emsque) May 18, 2019

6. One retweet per 45 followers:

Mapa geológico de los fondos oceánicos. Excelente enlace! https://t.co/ygj4wmgrX1 pic.twitter.com/E7WdcGor5H

— Jesús Martínez Frías (@J_MartinezFrias) May 20, 2019

7. One retweet per 50 followers:

Jean-Pierre Luminet at Black Hole Initiative annual conference told us how he made his wonderful black hole image back in 1979. pic.twitter.com/FgHeicOpcY

— Dr. Monika Moscibrodzka (@mmosc_m) May 22, 2019

8. One retweet per 67 followers:

The only thing I’ve heard is that we’re “waiting to find out what Morrison’s agenda is” ... er, guys, isn’t that something that should have been asked *before* the election??

— Simon O'Toole 🌈 (@drsimmo) May 22, 2019

9. One retweet per 70 followers:

50 years ago #OTD, #Apollo10 astronauts returning to Earth discovered a - bolus - floating in the command module Charlie Brown. CDR, CMP, LMP in turn denied it was theirs. Is this how the invasion was supposed to start? Made none of the network newscasts at the time. #Apollo50 pic.twitter.com/vHEGq5lCnB

— William Keel (@NGC3314) May 23, 2019

10. One retweet per 73 followers:

El cielo desde el cielo. Foto de la costa francesa desde el Mar Cantabrico. #cielosESA pic.twitter.com/Unh1B6CbwT

— Alejandro Sánchez (@pmisson) May 19, 2019

11. One retweet per 75 followers:

Experienced and interested in scientific & corporate communication? We are recruiting a Head of the Dept of Communication at @ESO. Engage with a great team in a diverse family-friendly intergovernmental organisation at the forefront of world-wide astronomy https://t.co/krA2wZCUN6

— Xavier Barcons (@xbarcons) May 17, 2019

12. One retweet per 79 followers:

Big Bang Theory show keep me sane when I did my PhD. Although all the characters fictional, but they do inspire many young people to do science especially physics. In series have special place in my heart. https://t.co/Z7W64GGyih

— Norhasliza Yusof (@norhaslizayusof) May 17, 2019

13. One retweet per 83 followers:

Trying to assemble a white paper on #IceGiants for an ESA call, and really struggling to find a decent infographic for Uranus and Neptune. So I cobbled one together from a variety of sources, hopefully it captures the incredible variety of these systems: pic.twitter.com/u16fqIPQHM

— Leigh Fletcher (@LeighFletcher) May 23, 2019

14. One retweet per 91 followers:

Did I show you guys this amazing layered paper, laser cut galaxy that my design friend made me? No?
Enjoy this absolute masterpiece. pic.twitter.com/qxAqOETqR9

— Emily Petroff (@ebpetroff) May 21, 2019

15. One retweet per 95 followers:

Went out to wave to the astronauts in the ISS, and now I’m wondering if I caught a fortuitous meteor or if that was just an internal reflection from the streetlight or something. 🤔
Can’t reproduce the “meteor” now while standing in the same spot, so…
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ pic.twitter.com/llr2enLQ0E

— Brian Wolven (@brianwolven) May 18, 2019

16. One retweet per 96 followers:

The astrophysics data system (@adsabs) is basically a search engine for astronomy papers. They're getting rid of their old version for a new one and, you wouldn't believe it but... it's the most controversial thing in astronomy ever.
So let's see where astrotweeps loyalties lie:

— Hugh Osborn (@exohugh) May 21, 2019

17. One retweet per 97 followers:

¿Quieres ayudar a salvar medioambiente el 50% del Pais? Salva la Noche!!! Informa a los candidatos a la alcaldía de tu municipio de que poner LEDs blancos destruye los ecosistemas y no ahorra. pic.twitter.com/X3PJw1Kez1

— Alejandro Sánchez (@pmisson) May 18, 2019

18. One retweet per 100 followers:

“Low-income kindergartners with high test scores are less likely to become well-off young adults than their higher income-peers with low test scores” https://t.co/xeUDLpPXY5

— Prof. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein 🙅🏽‍♀️ 🇧🇧🌈 (@IBJIYONGI) May 22, 2019

19. One retweet per 100 followers:

Masters student at the University of Innsbruck @CyberZieba discovered transiting exocomets in @NASA_TESS data of Beta Pictoris! With @KonstanzeZwintz and @drgmk we published a paper in Astronomy and Astrophysics. https://t.co/XiVQ2cWytu

— Matthew Kenworthy (@mattkenworthy) May 22, 2019

20. One retweet per 103 followers:

The recent G3 storm on May 14 was not just because of CIR followed by HSS, but contributed also by a CME (likely from May 11). Note the periods of depressed proton temperature and smooth field rotation. Looks like another one (from May 13) may be hitting us. pic.twitter.com/c6VGoM4XBT

— Halo CME (@halocme) May 17, 2019