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Share the night sky. These tweets do not represent the opinion of General Motors. Tweets by Jim Goodall
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Planetario Medellín Jun 23
Les deseamos unas buenas noches con esta imagen de la galaxia M106, tomada por Phl Keyser. Mañana los esperamos en un nuevo viaje por el cosmos:
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 21
Replying to @astro_missy
Nice! Btw, where did you get your scale cube?
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 21
Replying to @BOAM_meteore
I would be interested in modeling the strewn field, do you have any more data?
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 21
Thanks to Tony Licata for his presentation tonight on telescope history restoration!
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 21
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Buzz Aldrin Jun 20
The 50th anniversary of the moon landing is only a month away! Where were you on July 20, 1969?
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 20
Meteorite simulation program I wrote, check it out! It is best viewed in 1080p on a monitor.
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 20
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Mike Simmons Jun 19
Do you want a hands-on experience learning astronomy and research techniques at a real observatory? The CUREA program at Mt. Wilson Observatory is looking for a few late applicants wanting to learn from experts using the observatory's facilities. 1/2
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Mike Simmons Jun 19
It's two weeks living on the mountain at this famous observatory doing solar and nighttime astronomy. It's a unique opportunity. Limited scholarships available. 21 July to 3 August at Mt. Wilson Observatory in southern California. Please RT! 2/2
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 18
Peregrine Falcon Viewing 📷 -
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 18
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 18
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Smarter Every Day Jun 16
Thanks to , I went outside and saw Jovian moons with my binoculars. You should do it too. Here's a video I made.
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 14
Meteorite Simulation Software
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Graham "The Cosmobiologist" Lau Jun 11
How many Earths do you think could fit inside of our Sun?
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Ondrej Pejcha Jun 11
Discovery of another double eclipsing binary with the two periods close to 3:2 resonance by amateur astronomer Pavel Cagas. The origin and evolution of this weirdness remains a mystery, likely involving 🙌Kozai 🙌 
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Michigan Astronomy Jun 10
"If astronomers want to learn about how supermassive black holes form, they have to start small—really small, astronomically speaking." Elena Gallo was part of a team that determined the mass of a "small" black hole! Read More:
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 7
Replying to @AstroCanada @weryk
Interesting paper, thanks for sharing! The Hamburg Meteor fall here in Michigan last January had two peaks in the light curve, and it was an H4 chondrite. I've been working on modeling it to match documented finds on the ground. Let me know if I can help with future research.
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 7
Replying to @SuperASASSN
The universe is a pretty big place. If it's just us, seems like an awful waste of space. - Carl Sagan, Contact ... and there was that one episode where it was lupus.
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