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Definition of insanity: 1) Provide content for free 2) Pay thousands to get it published 3) Pay again to access what others publish 4) Watch publisher make profit Of course, this insanity is standard practice for scientists. https:// twitter.com/KenCaldeira/st atus/1029536302176251904   …
According to the Queen’s personal astronomer, Lord Martin Rees, the aliens are actually electronic creatures with such a dominion that even dethroned their leaders. Lord Martin Rees is the astronomer ...
WeAreBne / georgiana 15/08/2018 08:23
I heard that Brisbane is the only major city in the world named after an Astronomer. It would be a damn honour to get the space agency started here. Thanks Sir Thomas
Carnival of Space #574 Tue, 14 Aug 2018 10:32:00 GMT
This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Allen Versfeld at his Urban Astronomer blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #574. And if you’re interested in looking back, here’s an archive to all th...
Monash University Library 15/08/2018 04:36
Science and art will collide at the Matheson this #scienceweek - hear our Rare Books Librarians read space-themed poetry, and astronomer @JasminaGalloway demystify the science behind the ideas!
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Science and art will collide at the Matheson this #scienceweek - hear our Rare Books Librarians read space-themed poetry, and astronomer @JasminaGalloway demystify the science behind the ideas! <br>http://pic.twitter.com/dzra44nBdh
THESE star clusters are trillions of kilometres away — and it’s likely some are dead — but the light they emitted years ago is still making its way to earth. Captured by Clifton Springs amateur astron...
Phil Plait 15/08/2018 12:37
The @Tesla solar panels got through the hail like champs. The bird poop got washed off, too. #bonus
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The @Tesla solar panels got through the hail like champs. The bird poop got washed off, too. #bonus<br>http://pic.twitter.com/oKbjPydwB6
Our galaxy is on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy “Our galaxy is going to collide with our nearest neighbour, but it won’t happen for another 3 billion years. We’re attracted toward each o...
Astronomy Guernsey 14/08/2018 10:13
Join us at the Observatory Open Evening this Thursday 16th August to meet visiting Astronomer and President of the Society for Popular Astronomy, Robin Scagell. Alongside Robin there will be Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Venus and the Moon to view.
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Join us at the Observatory Open Evening this Thursday 16th August to meet visiting Astronomer and President of the Society for Popular Astronomy, Robin Scagell.  Alongside Robin there will be Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Venus and the Moon to view. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/eu5b8UR6fH
An Auckland Astronomer has spotted a NASA rocket flying over New Zealand shortly after it was launched from Florida. Stardome educator Josh Kirkley told Newshub he spotted the bright lights after hear...
Phil Plait 14/08/2018 08:20
This thought has crossed my mind as well. https:// ift.tt/2KTi1vb  
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This thought has crossed my mind as well.  https:// ift.tt/2KTi1vb     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/CHg2q6Czhh
SpaceAstronomer 14/08/2018 05:20
This photo contains lava, the Milky Way, a meteor and the moon, all in one shot. It was captured by photographer Mike Mezeul II Photography at Volcano National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii. Stunning!!! RT @CaliaDomenico
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This photo contains lava, the Milky Way, a meteor and the moon, all in one shot. It was captured by photographer Mike Mezeul II Photography at Volcano National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii. Stunning!!! RT @CaliaDomenico<br>http://pic.twitter.com/QL2QtUKcgc
HiRISE (NASA) 14/08/2018 04:02
HiPOD (14 Aug 2018): Exposed Bedrock in Millochau Crater There are some very nice sediments here. The crater measures 115 km in diameter and was named after French astronomer Gaston Millochau. (260 km above the surface.) NASA/JPL/University of Arizona https://www. uahirise.org/ESP_052890_1590  
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HiPOD (14 Aug 2018): Exposed Bedrock in Millochau Crater   There are some very nice sediments here. The crater measures 115 km in diameter and was named after French astronomer Gaston Millochau. (260 km above the surface.)  NASA/JPL/University of Arizona  https://www. uahirise.org/ESP_052890_1590     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/kfz7psU3kt
Phil Plait 14/08/2018 03:36
The cluster Omega Centauri is mighty and gorgeous, but is an incredibly hostile place for planets. VERY close stellar encounters rip planets away from their stars and fling them out into space! https://www. syfy.com/syfywire/the-l ast-place-to-look-for-planets-omega-centauri   …
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The cluster Omega Centauri is mighty and gorgeous, but is an incredibly hostile place for planets. VERY close stellar encounters rip planets away from their stars and fling them out into space!   https://www. syfy.com/syfywire/the-l ast-place-to-look-for-planets-omega-centauri   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/GuGLXsVWwc
The Stars and Planets are definitely not Spheres. That's blatantly obvious to any amateur Astronomer
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The Stars and Planets are definitely not Spheres. That's blatantly obvious to any amateur Astronomer <br>http://pic.twitter.com/VjIwYM8C5C
Astronomer 13/08/2018 08:57
A nice CLI update to start the week. Here's Astro CLI v0.2.2: - Cluster and workspace context management (think kubectx and kubens) - Cleanup of list outputs, including color highlighting - and mo’ Nod to @andscoop ! (and @Drake) https:// github.com/astronomerio/a stro-cli/releases/tag/v0.2.2   …
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A nice CLI update to start the week. Here's Astro CLI v0.2.2:  - Cluster and workspace context management (think kubectx and kubens) - Cleanup of list outputs, including color highlighting - and mo’  Nod to @andscoop ! (and @Drake)   https:// github.com/astronomerio/a stro-cli/releases/tag/v0.2.2   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/Hr8AZlzddE
bathparadeguides 13/08/2018 02:28
Week 6: Caroline Herschel 1750-1848!. Astronomer, the first woman to be awarded a Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society, and to be named an Honorary Member of the Royal Astronomical Society and sister of William, who discovered Uranus in Bath, visible at @HerschelMuseum
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Week 6: Caroline Herschel 1750-1848!. Astronomer, the first woman to be awarded a Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society, and to be named an Honorary Member of the Royal Astronomical Society and sister of William, who discovered Uranus in Bath, visible at @HerschelMuseum<br>http://pic.twitter.com/xzgyH1zxrZ
Phil Plait 13/08/2018 03:20
Worlds apart. A tree separates Venus and a very new Moon. https:// ift.tt/2B5Nueb  
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Worlds apart. A tree separates Venus and a very new Moon.  https:// ift.tt/2B5Nueb     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/eA62uUi5CC
NASA History Office 12/08/2018 06:00
American astronomer Asaph Hall was at the U.S. Naval Observatory (@USNavy) when he discovered the Martian moon Deimos early in the morning (Eastern Time) #OTD in 1877. Deimos orbits Mars once every 30 hours. https:// go.nasa.gov/2AYS6mp  
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American astronomer Asaph Hall was at the U.S. Naval Observatory (@USNavy) when he discovered the Martian moon Deimos early in the morning (Eastern Time) #OTD in 1877. Deimos orbits Mars once every 30 hours.  https:// go.nasa.gov/2AYS6mp     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/Di66zpSKUS
Phil Plait 12/08/2018 04:58
Tonight is the peak of the Perseids meteor shower! I wrote a viewing guide in 2015 that’s still valid now; just replace the dates mentioned with tonight. :) http://www. syfy.com/syfywire/how-w atch-weeks-perseid-meteor-shower?cachebust   …
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Tonight is the peak of the Perseids meteor shower! I wrote a viewing guide in 2015 that’s still valid now; just replace the dates mentioned with tonight. :)    http://www. syfy.com/syfywire/how-w atch-weeks-perseid-meteor-shower?cachebust   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/xGpH1nnzHL
☾˚✧ʟᴏɴɢ ᴅɪsᴛᴀɴᴄᴇ - ᴛʜᴇ sᴘᴀᴄᴇ ʙᴇᴛᴡᴇᴇɴ ᴜs✧˚☾ yoongi’s an astronaut on a five year mission to explore new worlds. hoseok’s an astronomer back on earth who always thinks only of his fiance every time he maps the stars #sopeweek #sopeweekd2
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☾˚✧ʟᴏɴɢ ᴅɪsᴛᴀɴᴄᴇ - ᴛʜᴇ sᴘᴀᴄᴇ ʙᴇᴛᴡᴇᴇɴ ᴜs✧˚☾  yoongi’s an astronaut on a five year mission to explore new worlds. hoseok’s an astronomer back on earth who always thinks only of his fiancé every time he maps the stars    #sopeweek #sopeweekd2<br>http://pic.twitter.com/BIfuhOO7ur
SpaceAstronomer 12/08/2018 03:10
Galaxies Beyond the Heart: Maffei 1 and 2 ow.ly/IoOt30ln4xQ   #astronomy #space RT @Heavenlybot
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Galaxies Beyond the Heart: Maffei 1 and 2    http:// ow.ly/IoOt30ln4xQ                  #astronomy #space RT @Heavenlybot<br>http://pic.twitter.com/nVj4X6P4fP
Phil Plait 11/08/2018 10:20
That is so very true, Words With Friends. https:// ift.tt/2KKcAyX  
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That is so very true, Words With Friends.  https:// ift.tt/2KKcAyX     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/k4I41SxK6x
The Free Exhibition 10/08/2018 10:36
#TheFreeExhibition Gerrit Dou [Gerard Douw or Dow] (7 Apr 1613 – 9 Feb 1675) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. Astronomer by Candlelight, late 1650s Source/: @TheNewPainting #HistoryofPainting Current location: The J. Paul @GettyMuseum Find out more: http://www. getty.edu/art/collection /objects/801/gerrit-dou-astronomer-by-candlelight-dutch-late-1650s/   …
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Rachel Paterno-Mahler 10/08/2018 08:29
Me, 90% of the time: I'm a terrible scientist, I'm so bad at research, of course I'll never get a job. Me, 10% of the time: I am the best fucking astronomer you will ever know, and you have made a terrible mistake in not being able to see that.
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