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Dr Marco Langbroek
Archaeologist (PhD) turned SSA consultant. Spy sat tracker, asteroid discoverer. Tweets about space, archaeology, astronomy & other interests. Asteroid (183294)
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Jona Lendering  🏺 6h
Update over de : ik hoor van diverse kanten dat het beleidsplan v/d gemeente wél in strijd is met de regelgeving.
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Dr Marco Langbroek 6h
Replying to @eelcodoornbos
Apparently they did not look at the USA 193 analogue, i.e. they were staring themselves blind at models when there is empirical data on a close analogue.
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Dr Marco Langbroek 8h
Replying to @vancalmthout
Got, is het weer komkommertijd?
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 15
Als één van de journalisten onder mijn volgers eens wat zeer kritische vragen hierover zou kunnen stellen aan wethouders en raadsleden van , zou dat zeer welkom zijn. Dit is echt niet te verdedigen. Verwaarlozing en vernietiging van ons erfgoed.
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Dr Marco Langbroek 23h
Replying to @Marco_Langbroek
Typo Note: "barely 30%" in tweet 2/4 should read: "barely 40%"
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 16
Replying to @Marco_Langbroek
4/4 Some 5 pieces are currently forecast to be still on orbit by a year after the test. The last one might survive until mid 2021. Clearly, the Indian government claims were much too optimistic.
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 16
Replying to @Marco_Langbroek
3/4 As mentioned, currently (June 15) some 50% of the larger, tracked debris pieces is still on orbit. This ~50% is in line with the forecast in my analysis here:
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 16
Replying to @Marco_Langbroek
2/4 According to the Indian Government forecast at the time of the test, the last debris pieces should have reentered 45 days after the test, i.e. a month ago. The reality is different. 45 days after the test, barely 30% of the tracked larger debris had reentered.
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 16
1/4 A brief thread. It is now 2.5 months after the Indian test. How much of the generated is still in orbit, how much is gone? 92 larger debris pieces from the test have been catalogued so far. Half of those are still orbiting today.
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 16
Replying to @Marco_Langbroek
Meteor-M2 weather satellite LRPT image from today's second, 10:04 UT low West pass. Low Pressure area over the Atlantic west of Ireland. Iceland in top left.
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 16
Meteor-M2 weather satellite LRPT image from the 08:24 UT pass today:
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Tanya Smith Jun 14
Anthropology Has a Bullying Problem Too
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 16
Replying to @drspacejunk
8-s Damn! Sounds like someone who is cuckoo in the head. Do report to Police. Next time she might use a baseball bat or something.
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brianweeden Jun 15
1/ It's the first day of summer break and the kids are already bored and driving us crazy so time for a rant about the "New Space Race" meme (thread)
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Guillaume HAJDUCH Jun 14
Replying to @phi48 @HarelDan and 3 others
Those are most probably seepages. Natural discharge of oil below the surface, floating and drifting. Due to wind and tide they are spreading in typical shapes of dog legs, 6.... Caspian see is a known place for such things
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 15
Replying to @Au3V @Cuijk
Dit plan staat toe dat verreweg het grootste deel van de voorgeschiedenis van Cuijk ongezien en ongedocumenteerd mag verdwijnen. Cuijk verzaakt daarmee op ernstige wijze haar wettelijke zorgplicht voor haar lokale maar ook ons nationale archeologisch erfgoed.
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 15
Meteor-M2 weather satellite LRPT image from the 08:44 UT pass.
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Dr Marco Langbroek Jun 15
Als één van de journalisten onder mijn volgers eens wat zeer kritische vragen hierover zou kunnen stellen aan wethouders en raadsleden van , zou dat zeer welkom zijn. Dit is echt niet te verdedigen. Verwaarlozing en vernietiging van ons erfgoed.
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Amkreutz@RMO Jun 14
TRIEST!Zie hier hier het 'geweldige' beleid van de ... alles wat niet Romeins is, is niet behoudenswaardig...Accenten aanbrengen ok, maar laat wetenschappelijke en maatschappelijke relevantie over aan degenen die dat kunnen beoordelen! 😠
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Mika McKinnon Jun 14
Rock-stacking is very popular, but it’s also A Problem. Several indigenous peoples use cairns as trail markers (in Canada, ours are inuksuit). Building them is misleading. Knocking them down them is destroying cultural heritage.
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