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Michael Oct 15
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Chrisonpiano 5h
My little girl’s first look at the moon through my telescope last night. She was a bit excited!
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gin g 14h
started summarizing notes in my own words. primitive rocks is a good definition
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ICR 1h
Attempting to ascribe the origin of the heavenly bodies to highly theoretical processes that are unsupported by basic physics and observation, consistently leads to failure and frustration.
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Trent Knuckles 1h
Thanks to Chuck Fairbanks for the fantastic tour and history lesson at the Cincinnati Observatory today! We had a great time.
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Randy&Deanna-OlderGeeks.com 2h
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World Economic Forum 13h
How we solved a centuries-old mystery by discovering a rare form of star collision
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Nathalie Ouellette Oct 15
Sometimes, as an astronomer, it can be easy to get bogged down in all the number crunching, code compiling. But then you take a look at something like this and remind yourself THIS IS AN ACTUAL VIDEO OF 4 ORBITING ANOTHER STAR 130LYRS AWAY!!
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ICR 17h
If larger dust particles can never form in the first place, how are larger clumps of material supposed to form?
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Astronomy Pictures 15h
Moon 10/18 - Orion SkyScanner 100 w/ Moto Z2 Force via /r/astrophotography | Credit: tehcheez |
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Astronomy Pictures 50m
The Moon this Evening via /r/astrophotography | Credit: Katim20029 |
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Harvard ITC 3h
Today on the arXiv: "A Deep Learning Approach to Galaxy Cluster X-ray Masses" by Michelle Ntampaka, with Daniel Eisenstein, , Lars Hernquist & Federico Marinacci (among others) []
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Teresa Robeson 何灝思 2h
Enter to win rotating planetary globes from sweepstakes:
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A Star Trek Fan 14h
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ICR 18h
God made the planets, as well as all the other heavenly bodies, on Day 4 of Creation Week. Nebular Hypothesis Doesn't Hold Together:
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Matt 11m
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Mak Wilson 7h
If you have a spare 2 minutes and 14 seconds to watch a video of last night's traversing the Autumnal skies, this is for you. Click full screen, sit back, and relax.
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Agiwald Wendl 8h
How a NASA scientist looks in the depths of the Great Red Spot to find water on Jupiter 📷NASA
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Phil Oct 13
Is this the moon? Taken at 07:36. If not, what is it?
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Brian Larmay 13h
Cepheus Region in H-a. Modified Canon 40D, Nikkor 105mm 16mins x 8 exposures Clouds came in, couldnt finish:P
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