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Evan Kirstel at #MWC19 @ericssonnetwork Apr 16
⚫️⚫️ The dance of the : This animation of a merger of two black holes shows a pulse of gravitational waves detected for the first time, 100 years after 's prediction
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Jamie Anderson Apr 11
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Rekha Kuttikat, MD Apr 14
For all the people with scrotal ischemia from their underwear being in a knot about getting too much credit for the , calm yourselves. No woman has gotten too much credit ever.
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LIGO Apr 12
A special week for rounds off with a 2nd new candidate event, which looks like a binary black hole merger, hot on the heels of Monday's and Wednesday's amazing .
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RealLibertyMedia Apr 14
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BOOlake Neiman 👻 Apr 11
2019: Also 2019: (on conference call) can you hear me now? How about now? Are you on mute? Ok now I can’t hear anything. I’m going to reboot my computer. Can you read my lips?
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Gabriel C. Brown Apr 11
YES! The M87 picture from IS amazing, and here’s why!!
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ScoopWhoop Apr 11
It wouldn't have been possible without the efforts of Katie Bouman, a 29-year-old MIT graduate.
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The Alda Center Apr 12
"If you are congratulating me because you have a sexist vendetta against Katie, please go away and reconsider your priorities in life." 🙌
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Rob Salguero-Gómez Apr 12
A great scientist is a perfect mix of hard work, passion, and ability to explain abstract concepts in a simple way. Katie Bouman exudes those qualities
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Social Builder Apr 14
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NiBBLE | Baber Abbas Apr 11
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sjsjsjsj Apr 12
while this is the first real picture, there's also another reason why this blackhole is so special because if you zoom to the middle, you can see the centre of the universe.
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Subhashini Apr 11
Inspired by the , using Campsis Grandiflora and bisibelebaath powder.
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Red Dwarf Science ☄️ Apr 12
🚨Science Joke Alert🚨
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Gulf News Apr 12
Collaborative effort vs lone-wolf success narrative: How Katie Bouman accidentally became the face of the project
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Steven Metz Apr 11
Funny how everyone’s so “thrilled” to see what a black hole looks like... I check my bank account every day, so I already know.
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Dr. Marcell Vollmer @Celonis Apr 11
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Corey S. Powell Apr 12
A small number of agitators are using the amazing to launch political or conspiracy attacks. By advice: Don't give them the attention they crave. Instead celebrate the collaborative spirit embodied in this thread.
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Dr. Peter Q. Blair Apr 11
I want to be in Dr. Katie Bouman's class. The sheer brilliance, enthusiasm and love of science is inspiring.
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