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Mike Chen 10 Apr 18
Replying to @_aladdinamira
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alexis 8 Apr 18
In 1964, NASA launched the first uncrewed test flight of the new Gemini spacecraft
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Suad Farah 11 Apr 18
Proxima Centauri, the next nearest star to our sun,emitted a solar flare that made it 68x brighter than usual. Astronomers say this could have potential to cause fatal levels of UV radiation to any life that could be on the surface of the Earth sized planet that it orbits
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Sugs SH 11 Apr 18
Replying to @_diliniii
I am so glad someone is working on this! NASA estimates there are over 500,000 individual pieces of debris currently in orbit around Earth. I was afraid it would take one of those pieces smashing a critical satellite to get people to act...
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Charlie Dunn 26 Mar 18
Thanks to everyone who completed the March survey. The correct answer is Uranus, the seventh planet from the Sun. This is my 50th and last space tweet of the semester; what a blast it has been! Shoutout to my fans and prof for this unique, creative, and fun summative!
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fluff Mar 27
I find it wild how a footprint on the Moon will last there for 100 million years
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alexis 6 Apr 18
Scientists have predicted how the universe will end. The say the end will be triggered by a bizarre consequence of subatomic physics called an instanton, which will create a tiny bubble that will expand at the speed of light, swallowing everything in its path.
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fluff Mar 27
Seasons are caused by the 23.5-degree tilt in Earth’s axis. Without it, fashion would need a different excuse to change
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Hou yuanyuan 8 Apr 18
Wow! We must have next mission to moon for searching organic materials . It must something amazing.
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Nanami Carlson 8 Apr 18
An interesting book that is sure to make you look at life in another perspective! As I have heard some of 's stories first hand, this book is definitely on my list!!
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Sugs SH 11 Apr 18
Random thought of the day: There is no sound in space because there is no medium (air) through which the sound can travel. Therefore if you were listening to earbuds or headphones in space, you wouldn’t be able to hear anything unless there was air in your ear...
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Nick 3 Apr 18
Following tiangong apparently there are many other pieces of space debris to be re-entering earths atmosphere soon!
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Ryan Erdman Feb 26
This Robot will be the first robotic instrument to measure how heat flows through another planet — a crucial measurement that will help scientists understand how Mars got to be the way it is!
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Kalyn Langford 6 Apr 18
Astrophysicists at Columbia have discovered an anomaly surrounding Sgr A*: the enormous black hole at the centre of the Milky Way. Their discovery supports early predictions of a dozen smaller black holes surrounds Srg A*. Their interactions will act as a model system.
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Asad Khan 11 Apr 18
NASA is beginning to prepare for the launch of its best space telescope in history. Comprised of an array of 18 segments made of beryllium and coated with a thin layer of gold for optimized reflectivity. It spans 6.5 m in diameter, as it gazes upon the distant universe
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Asad Khan 11 Apr 18
For the very first time in history, scientists have observed a long-predicted population of black holes present at the heart of the Milky Way. These black holes would essentially weigh 10 to 20 times more than the sun in our solar system.
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Ryan Erdman Feb 27
Astronomers found an object that lies 140 astronomical units (AU) from the sun, 140 times the Earth-sun distance or 93 million miles! This is the new furthest observed body in our solar system
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Kyoungyoon Bae 8 Apr 18
By observing the sky and a set of stars, Earth's inhabitants can observe the Summer Triangle and the Jupiter Triangle. You will able to see the Summer Triangle in sky around 3am!
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Nick 9 Apr 18
Phosphorus is an essential element for life and according to the astronomers of Cardiff university there is not as large of a presence of it as previously thought> This could diminish the possibly of life
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Fatema S 21 Mar 18
Planning for the next Discovery mission is still in its earliest stages. NASA plans to release a draft announcement of opportunity in September for comment. What do you think will happen?
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