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Hannah Wakeford
Giacconi Fellow / , podcaster & | Previously Fellow & PhD | Expressed opinions are mine
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Hannah Wakeford 5h
I can see the fluctuation in the $ -> £ by my transfer wise history. Every time I seem to loose more and more. Get it together £!
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Hannah Wakeford 9h
I would pay back my student loans if they let me into the website, but until they do they will have to keep sending me threatening letters.
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Universe Today Jul 18
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will Inspect the Atmospheres of Distant Gas Giants - Universe Today
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 18
There is always going to be someone who tries to discredit you or treats you like you don’t know anything, just know that the only way to deal with that is to passive aggressively tweet from your social media soapbox.
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 18
In work today. Currently editing together a voxbox from for the next episode of , lots of great young voices coming your way.
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UoE Astrophysics Jul 17
In particular, congratulations to Dr. and Dr. who officially graduated with PhDs today. 🎓 😀
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exocast Jul 12
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 11
Today I am in Leicester ready to meet the folks at the uni and talk about the work we are doing on comparative exoplanetology.... Then we watch the football!
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 9
Lost my voice and am covered in hives. I am going to look like a walking swamp monster for my visit to Leicester tomorrow.
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Dr. Holly Witteman Jul 5
That $35 that scientific journals charge you to read a paper goes 100% to the publisher, 0% to the authors. If you just email us to ask for our papers, we are allowed to send them to you for free, and we will be genuinely delighted to do so.
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 7
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 7
Replying to @LeighFletcher
Okay Baldrick
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 7
Replying to @LeighFletcher
I was gonna email you :p looking forward to watching the game in Leicester
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 6
Goodbye I'm out. This has been fun.
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 6
The science we do has a profound impact on the public, they are curious and excited about space we need to make sure we are fueling that! Small plug if you are not an exoplanet scientist check out to hear everything about exoplanets you can dream of.
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Ryan MacDonald #FBPE Jul 6
Debra Fischer () shows comparisons between Hubble images and LUVOIR-A concept.
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 6
Replying to @StellarPlanet
Oh and LUVOIR is on there too!
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 6
There is a whole ecosystem of space based telescopes/missions that contribute to science
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Hannah Wakeford Jul 6
We will likely need to have around 100+ habitable zone small planets before we can talk about life or small planet atmospheres in any statistical sense. - Fischer
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