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nicholasewhite 5h
This is a smart cat digesting an important Astrophysics issue!
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NASA Image Archive Jul 21
BALL AEROSPACE TECHNICIANS REMOVE FINAL SIX JWST MIRRORS TESTED AT MSFC X-RAY AND CRYOGENIC FACILITY, 2011
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Tweeting Neural Net Jul 18
Mother’s Day Mars Cubes and U learn a new trick for surfing this weekend & take lot…
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Lujain Ali Jul 19
Replying to @stsci @lauren_marietta
Being and RIA for is the dream job you guys ❀️ 😭
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Mark McCaughrean Jul 21
Replying to @airandspace
However, Nov 2016 wasn't the first time I'd met Buzz. Ten years earlier on a trip to Baltimore, I visited the Udvar-Hazy Center outside Washington DC. By coincidence, there he was, sitting under the wing of the test space shuttle, Enterprise, signing books. 7/
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NASA Webb Telescope Jul 18
Join us on the National Mall in DC for the Apollo 50 festival today through Saturday! will be in Tent 18. Details: that our mission was named after the man who was the NASA Administrator during much of the Apollo era?
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PLASMA magazine Jul 14
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Anthony Horton Jul 21
Replying to @vacant3rdman
A joke could be made about the talk on running over time, but that would be mean...
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Diego Accattoli 11h
I don't know if I fear exploding midway to space or if I want it to happen, just to be over it 😁
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Mark McCaughrean Jul 20
One last story about 20 July that spans history in unexpected ways. In summer 1999, I helped organise a meeting at between , , & , to discuss their collaboration on the project then known as the Next Generation Space Telescope, now . 1/
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Nikola Robotics 8h
Congratulations to for a another smooth launch. Can not wait to see explore the South Pole of the πŸš€πŸŒ• earth
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JWST Observer Jul 16
Check out the redesigned User Documentation (JDox) site! We have improved the navigation to make it easier to find what you are looking for. You will also find new roadmaps and science use cases for various instrument modes. Get the details:
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Sarah Kendrew Jul 17
are you interested in studying star formation with ? do you like mountains in summertime? check out this conference in the beautiful Italian Alps, registration closing soon! >>
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DIAS Dublin Jul 19
🌌 The future of space research at DIAS includes high levels of international collaboration on 3 major international satellite missions launching in 2020, 2021, and 2028! πŸ›°οΈ Solar Orbiter πŸ›°οΈ , , πŸ›°οΈ ARIEL
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𝐓𝐫𝐒𝐩 𝐓𝐨 π•πžπ πš ✨ Jul 19
Replying to @IAmJennaMIT
As a result of this collective group effort, scientist will be able to use the world's most advanced telescope to break new grounds in science, & both discover and observe new parts of space that have never been seen before. 3/3
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Materion Corporation Jul 17
The anniversary reminds us of the historic success of and as we look to the future, projects like the will continue to move the industry forward! See how we that will help bring the universe into view:
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𝐓𝐫𝐒𝐩 𝐓𝐨 π•πžπ πš ✨ Jul 14
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Amber Straughn Jul 16
and although I haven't made it to space (yet πŸ˜‰), I'm so grateful to work as an astrophysicist at , using to study galaxies and working on ! I am proud to be a part of . 🀩
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RedGuff Jul 19
En astronomie, il y aura les rΓ©sultats du et Γ§a : πŸš€La plus grosse camΓ©ra du monde servira Γ  surveiller l'espace via
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