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David Brin Jan 5
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'Oumuamua Jan 1
Our planet has 79 genders, and some of you complain because you have a few more than 2? Pitiful creatures. We are glad to be on our way out of your prudent star system
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Active Astronomy Jan 6
Replying to @Astro_Den @mistuk
It has been noticed how much lycra you're wearing these days!
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Kwame Okyere 13h
I read a book written by one science fiction writer, Arthur C Clark who also describes in his noval. He should be giving credit to his fore site on similar thought. Now it has become reality.
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David Brin Jan 5
Strange visitors from beyond... my latest posting looks at and
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Daniel Bamberger Jan 2
New image of interstellar asteroid . This will be the last one! Full resolution: Details:
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7tribulation7saints7 24h
Replying to @ChrisM4Jesus
Seems to be quite a few chunks of rock taking aim at planet earth, right now. Anyone remember ?
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𖥣 ⠜ Jan 13
Replying to @MrChuckD @NASA
Every telescope that could see it on and off our planet, was on this still unidentified “thing” and (nor any one) will release any of this footage!
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Daniel Bamberger Jan 3
More of interstellar asteroid from ! Turns out I had never posted the image taken on December 12th (not sure why). Full resolution: Details:
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Robert Cattrysse Jan 15
No kidding! I found the claims that 'Oumuamua may have been in origin to be highly illogical. 🛸 🖖 Aliens Didn't Send That Mysterious Asteroid to Our Solar System After All 🔭
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Neuropsychology Jan 5
"Starstruck: the best space images of 2017" ... and, yessie, the illustration of made the set!
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KuriaTV Jan 5
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ORBCOMM Jan 5
Replying to @DavidBrin
Why was it not radiated by the Sun?
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Blackhole Jan 5
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oklo.org Dec 31
You listening ? got away, but it's eminently feasible to intercept incoming ISOs. A Tesla Roadster impacting at 85 km/s kicks up highly scientifically useful debris. Reference: Seligman & Laughlin 2018, In prep.
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Electric Universe 10h
Replying to @Summer_Poopsiq
like the use of the word polarity to visualize - attraction between electromagnet objects - Comet (C/2013 A1) and Mars, , and Jupiter, interstellar object and Sun, meteors and Earth ?
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Simon Farnell 12h
Oumuamua - This lonely and unusual object is our first look at an object from another star
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Oumuamua 13h
Green Bank Telescope results for in L-band (1.1–1.9 GHz), S-band (1.73–2.6 GHz), C-band (4–8 GHz) and X-band (8–11.6 GHz) have been analyzed and did not detect any unusual signals. Paper:
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Jahangir Sur 22h
Is an asteroid or a comet? Michele Bannister thinks, it might be a . But Robert Weryk, The discoverer, measures it as an .
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Electric Universe Jan 18
Replying to @tbolts777
Yeah ... and its electrical excitation of Mars ... Interstellar Object as mentioned by Eugene Bagashov ... evidence for our ancestors and that suggests comets were harbingers
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