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Hannah Wakeford
(she/her) Exoplanet explorer learning about their atmospheres | Giacconi Fellow /, podcaster & | Expressed opinions are my own
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Hannah Wakeford 12h
Replying to @StellarPlanet
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My shokkjump dragsta ready to be sprayed black for painting
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Exocast: The Exoplanet Podcast Sep 14
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Mark Tingay Sep 13
Remember folks, is crucial for soils and for food! It may not be as pretty as , but it is waaaaay more important for us! Vote Smectite and TeamClay in the - it needs help badly!
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Valerie Fox Sep 13
I feel like I've got to pitch for team in - we send amazing space robots millions of miles to go untangle the clues about how our solar system formed in its earliest stages by looking for smectites and understanding what they're made of. Worth it!
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 13
We like to keep things relevant. or as someone put it "We read arXiv so you don't have to!"
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 13
I had tons of fun talking to so many amazing astronomers about . Check out all the things we love and want to learn in -38b
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Exocast: The Exoplanet Podcast Sep 13
We have a long-awaited exocast episode for you, featuring Exoclimes V, NASA's flagship missions and lots of controversial news! Find us on your podcasting app, or listen right here:
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 13
Replying to @timdavisastro
Who did you end up hiring last year?
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XKCD Comic Sep 13
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 13
Replying to @AstroJake @jjfplanet
I am completely the opposite I love giving presentations, but get way more nervous the more people I know in the audience. Give me 100s of people I don’t know and I will be running around that stage with all the energy
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 12
Very true. It still baffles me that there is zero compensation for scientists outside the US for awarded use of premier instruments funded by ESA and CSA external space agencies, & that the US $$ awarded can't be used to bring outside scientists in for collaborations or meetings
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 12
Any reason why people can't collaborate? Work together and/or publish papers at the same time amicably as has sometimes been possible in the past?
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 12
Replying to @BBCPallab @BBCNews
Thank you for the direct response. I have talked to other journalists and the same story seems to have come from them too - one way to get a balance would be to ask scientists not associated with the studies for comment as many articles did, many would be happy to contribute
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Michigan Astronomy Sep 12
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 12
Another good level headed summary of yesterdays results.
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 12
Replying to @_astronomay
Figure 4 shows some examples of the potential that it is not and there is a long discussion in the Review article on what that might mean given impact histories as well.
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Hannah Wakeford Sep 12
A Nebula (Nebulae?) of rock VOTE in the
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