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Maxime Duprez
#Space: central portion of the Large Magellanic Cloud, with Tarantula #Nebula bit.ly/Nv5OPW via #Astroshed pic.twitter.com/OuOaAICjW4
#Space: perspective view of ancient #volcanic plains in northern high-latitudes of #Mercury - bit.ly/OXOap6 pic.twitter.com/ul7Vf0Kmhh
#Space: strange signal from galactic center looking more&more like #DarkMatterwrd.cm/1fFimAk via @GSJennsen pic.twitter.com/w57lbgoGl9
#Fun #Tech: can you tell whether #poetry is written by a human or generated by a #robot? Try ▶ botpoet.com pic.twitter.com/ClGE5TYfik
RT @HistoryReports: March 5, 1953 - Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union dies. pic.twitter.com/4N3OvGgYGE
Elephant using giant typewriter- New York World's Fair, c.1940 pic.twitter.com/mqfQ7T8fz6
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March 5, 1836 – Samuel Colt patents the first production-model revolver, the .34-caliber
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March 5, 1616 – Nicolaus Copernicus's book, De revolutionibus orbium coelestium is banned by the Catholic Church
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Reason #348 why working at NASA is cool, you work with people who shoot rockets into auroras. bit.ly/1q5RqN5 pic.twitter.com/oDV8kG1TK5
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March 4, 1789 – In New York City, the first Congress of the United States meets, putting the United States Constitution into effect
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At the edge of a Martian north polar erg dubbed "Windy City." January 2014. Details: hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/ESP_035025_2535 | pic.twitter.com/RYvB7F4Y5h
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