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Hubble Apr 15
Like an insect’s feelers, long tendrils of gas and dust reach across space throughout the enormous stellar factory known as the Tarantula Nebula. Hubble shared this image of the cosmic spider in 2012 for the telescope’s 22nd anniversary:
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BBC Science News Apr 15
Stonehenge: DNA reveals origin of builders
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Science News Apr 15
A black hole finally got its closeup. Here’s how.
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Schmahl Science Apr 14
Lenticular cloud over Livermore, CA
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Shahar Sukenik Apr 5
Did you ever try edplaining fourier transform to someone? Don't bother. Direct them here. It's amazing.
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Ben Halpern 🤗 Apr 10
1969: Margaret Hamilton alongside the code that got us to the moon 2019: Katie Bouman alongside the data that got us to the black hole
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Curiosity Rover Apr 10
It's not a hot doughnut or the Eye of Sauron. This is the first image ever of a black hole. Supermassive congratulations to the whole team. What can be accomplished by people and telescopes around the world working together is truly awesome.
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Curiosity Rover Apr 8
Don’t let your dreams be dreams. Back in 2011, before I launched for , Gale Crater was chosen as my landing site in part because of intriguing clays seen from orbit. I finally got beneath the surface of those clays. Science to come
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Dakota Smith Apr 8
Such a satisfying time lapse.
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James Garth Apr 6
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John Sirlin Apr 7
A departing supercell puts on a brilliant light show with positively charged lightning bolts leaping far from the updraft near Midland, Texas.
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Charles Peek Apr 7
A screengrab from my video of a supercell moving toward Crocket, TX last night.
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Simon Brewer Apr 7
series of photos show 4 of 10 tornadoes we documented (when things got crazy) near Dodge City KS on 24 May 2016. Notice 'needle' rope tornado over shoulder - he likely doesn't see it! Storm was feeding off plentiful outflow boundary vorticity
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Schmahl Science Apr 8
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Anna Hughes Apr 7
It's dangerous out there. Here, better take this
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L.A. Times Science Apr 4
This ancient whale with four legs and hooves could stand on land and swim in water
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Curiosity Rover Apr 4
I also spotted Mars' tiny moon Deimos cross in front of the Sun:
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Curiosity Rover Apr 4
Look! 👀 Recently I saw the Martian moon Phobos eclipse the Sun. Check it out:
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NASA Moon Mar 27
Our plan: send humans to the Moon's South Pole by 2024! The lunar poles are particularly interesting because the craters contain reserves of water ice. 🕳💦(link: ) 🔊
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CA - DWR Apr 2
Check out the Oroville spillway in use for the first time since it was reconstructed.
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