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I know everyone's talking about looking forward to "going back to normal" but I'm hoping we recognize that we shouldn't go back to normal. Things need to change. Societal priorities need to change. How we treat people, needs to change.— Dr. Sabine Stanley (@PlanetSabine) April 1, 2020
Hoy martes 7 de abril se registrará la Luna llena más grande del 2020.— Juan Diego Soler (@juandiegosoler) April 7, 2020
Es un fenómeno comúnmente llamado "superluna" producido por el máximo acercamiento de la Luna a la Tierra o perigeo.
La Luna se verá un 14% más grande y 7% más brillante en el firmamento.
Disfrutelo desde casa pic.twitter.com/T9mM4yL3sn
Instead of doing my actual job, I've spent the last few days making a cross-stitch reproduction of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin's needlepoint of an X-ray image of the Cygnus Loop supernova remnant.— Mia de los Reyes (@MiaDoesAstro) April 7, 2020
Here is a thread (pun 100% intended) about this work... (1/7) pic.twitter.com/CnhwKzcHHN
Kinda looks like the billionaires aren’t going to save us— Katie Mack (@AstroKatie) April 2, 2020
Actually discussed in a virtual meeting today: how to keep cats from accidentally commanding spacecraft while this work is going on in people's homes on laptops instead of inside a cat-free #NASA building 🤣🐱 #catsofquarantine pic.twitter.com/JDVouGGlYy— Amber Straughn (@astraughnomer) April 7, 2020
This is the best of Britain https://t.co/2b0xqFwq69 (@.bennyuk on tiktok) pic.twitter.com/JauAoJaIdB— AshleyNova, just tired tbh (@DrAshleyNova) April 4, 2020
Well, here it is folks. After many, many years of hard work my book it finally out! Can’t believe the timing, and there are obviously much bigger things you need to worry about right now, but if you want to dive into some aliens oceans, here you go! pic.twitter.com/jLd33WZ4wu— Kevin Peter Hand (@Alienoceans) April 7, 2020
Why properly document code while writing it when you can do it a year later, slowly and with great difficulty— Kaley Brauer (@kaleybrauer) April 7, 2020
I am so excited to finally share with all the #Critters out there, #MyPersonalCritRoleArtProject finally complete! After four months of hard work I present The @CriticalRole 's #Xhorhaus! https://t.co/XS9Uz2aX2U#CriticalRole #criticalrolefanart #Critters— Gene Gordon (@porchdragon) April 2, 2020
It was a CAT scan— A R Cooray (@acooray) April 6, 2020
La curva en Colombia. Yo sé que tienen afán de "reactivar la economía". Pero por ahora este comportamiento está salvando vidas. pic.twitter.com/LtYdjLHgqL— Rafael Martínez Galarza (@juramaga) April 4, 2020
#ISS flyover sequence, from my backyard in Germany.— Kai Noeske (@kainoeske) April 1, 2020
So stoked - basic eq.mount Newtonian, guided the telescope by hand & kept the ISS in the Telrad viewfinder, my wife operated the shutter on the laptop.#Astrophotography #Space @Todd_Scheve @DLR_next @ThePhotoHour @JPMajor pic.twitter.com/UCjJf6KqiA
Valencia apagará parte del alumbrado público durante el estado de alarma https://t.co/pUvEtgDusN— Alejandro Sánchez (@pmisson) April 3, 2020
In case anyone needs it today, here's the @NASAHubble view of a favorite galaxy of mine, NGC 6946 aka The Fireworks Galaxy. It's called that bc while most galaxies will have one supernova a century, this one has had TEN! It is also "only" 25 million light years away. 🎆 pic.twitter.com/agc4jxySZP— Yvette Cendes (@whereisyvette) April 7, 2020
Faleceu hoje a brilhante astrônoma Margaret Burbidge.— Jorge Melendez (@DrJorgeMelendez) April 6, 2020
Sagan dizia "somos poeira estelar", baseado em evidências científicas apresentadas por ela e colegas num clássico artigo. O Ca em nossos ossos, o Fe em nosso sangre, foi feito no interior das estrelas.
Obrigado Margaret! RIP pic.twitter.com/CZA9UV7ptk
This is how Earth appears from the Moon during April 2020— Dr James O'Donoghue (@physicsJ) April 6, 2020
Distance between Earth and Moon shown bottom left. Made with NASA images/data. pic.twitter.com/XugVf2gRWS
All those younger programmers advocating “throwing that COBOL in the garbage and rewrite it from scratch,” don’t understand legacy systems. You should (almost) never rewrite from scratch, and (almost) never throw the legacy system away, it’s your institutional knowledge.— Alasdair Allan (@aallan) April 5, 2020
When you make a sign error #ScienceAtHome pic.twitter.com/0oqJEBSgad— Dr Emma Osborne 💫 (@Emmanigma) April 3, 2020
A clarification:— Michael Busch (@michael_w_busch) April 8, 2020
The hydroxychloroquine study at CHU de Nice is ongoing.
They have had to drop patients from the trial because of cardiac side effects; which are detected because they are running continuous electrocardiography.
A serious proposal: every recurring standing telecon meeting (whether it used to be in-person or was always remote) should now happen half as often as it used to. Weekly -> biweekly, biweekly -> bimonthly, quarterly virtual workshops -> twice a year, all down the line.— Bruce Macintosh (@bmac_astro) April 3, 2020