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Phil Plait
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Amazing and poignant picture by @Astrofotografen of a young boy watching his first Sun halo. slate.com/blogs/bad_astr… pic.twitter.com/ZPi7udHLaI
The preferred butter of Omicron Persei 8. pic.twitter.com/6IvCnpWFdA
Just a character study for when they inevitably ask @luckyyates and me to do the reboot. via wilwheaton.tumblr.com/post/108955102… pic.twitter.com/bCmKOUDdnl
Amazing Vine video of the Moon reddening and getting squished as it sets… from orbit. slate.com/blogs/bad_astr… pic.twitter.com/sQL5Lywz06
Comet Lovejoy on 21 Jan 2015, 3 panel mosaic sen.com/images/gerald-… image credit: Gerald Rhemann pic.twitter.com/2aERTIzCgS
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NOW BREAKING ON @FoxNews: BIZARRE INTERVIEW CONTAINS THOUGHTFUL QUESTIONS, RESPECT, INTEGRITY. pic.twitter.com/NOI6KujxiY
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Today in 1930: Clyde Tombaugh at Lowell Observatory took this photographic plate that led to discovery of Pluto. pic.twitter.com/tWiYVHKH7E
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I'm NOT happy with the new Enterprise model for the next Star Trek movie. pic.twitter.com/p3a1iTohXi
Crescent Moon (with Earthshine) and Venus in the clouds. Mercury is covered though. pic.twitter.com/NFWVUDAhrS
People who say “I’m not a scientist” shouldn’t be politicians, either: slate.me/1Je7aEI #SOTU pic.twitter.com/nzirY4Rhhw
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This was taken from Earth. MT @peachastro: Jupiter on January 17th. Copyright @sen/ D. Peach. pic.twitter.com/ShGUkptjgV
My favorite Comet Lovejoy pic so far: Orion! Pleiades! Nebulae! slate.com/blogs/bad_astr… pic.twitter.com/allP4dj22N
The Dawn spacecraft’s view of the biggest asteroid Ceres is edging into Hubble territory! slate.com/blogs/bad_astr… pic.twitter.com/g44SLtBlK8
Janus, the 2-faced god, stares into the past & future. Janus the moon seems to as well. photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA182… pic.twitter.com/7Mvk9I7U0n