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Jamie Anderson 11 Apr 19
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Gigabyte and Messy 11 Apr 19
When you're trying to eat your breakfast alone
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Beebom 10 Apr 19
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The Rising Wasabi 11 Apr 19
Black Hole Image Released Of Japanese Legal System Devouring Carlos Ghosn
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A Mighty Girl 10 Apr 19
Congratulations to Dr. Katie Bouman who led the creation of a new algorithm to produce the first-ever photo of a black hole that was released to the public today!
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Evan Kirstel #RemoteWork 11 Apr 19
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Kasim Gilani 11 Apr 19
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Hidetaka SWERY Skywalker 12 Apr 19
Hey, Emily. Did you notice my new pic?
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CLEAPSS 11 Apr 19
Women in STEM. Physics rocks!
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Sarah Marsh 11 Apr 19
Dear - try “*Dr.* Katie Bouman, the *scientist* whose work led to first black hole photo”.
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Institute of Physics 11 Apr 19
Still buzzing from yesterday’s ? explains what the first image of a black hole means for astronomy
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MIUI 11 Apr 19
We are watching youuuuuuu...😈
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Alvin Foo 12 Apr 19
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Quasar 10 Apr 19
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Michael Harris 11 Apr 19
Black holes cannot be seen by definition but yesterday the science community showed us a "photo" of one.
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cslucarispider 15 Apr 19
"Peeking at me with that little telescope of yours? Naughty, naughty. If you really wanted to get a good look at me, you could've just asked you know~?"
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Odeta Kushi 10 Apr 19
Congratulations, Dr. Katie Bouman. What an achievement and inspiration for all women.
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RE•WORK 11 Apr 19
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Katrin Scheib 10 Apr 19
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Early American Literature 11 Apr 19
American women have been involved in astronomy and the natural sciences for hundreds of years! Check out this excerpt from Susan Scott Parrish's article in EAL 37.2: "Women's Nature: Curiosity, Pastoral, and the New Science in British America."
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