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Brian Cox

Today in 2011, STS-135 landed & the 30yr space shuttle mission came to full wheelstop. My tribute, music by @65dos youtu.be/II7QBLt36xo
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Arrived in Wapokaneta OH today home town of Neil Armstrong. Saw this is at the Holiday Inn and so I mirrored my salute on the Moon #Apollo11
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#OTD in 1969 Neil Armstrong & @TheRealBuzz took “one small step” & planted 1st human feet on another world go.nasa.gov/2vFTh2w #Apollo11
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It's been a decade since Danny Boyle's #Sunshine arrived in cinemas – here's our set report from 2007: empireonline.com/movies/feature…
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Earth beyond the LM photographed from #Apollo11 before lunar orbit insertion on July 19, 1969 #OTD (NASA image # AS11-36-5403)
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See star disappearing? It’s being blocked by MU69 which @NewHorizons2015 will pass by on New Years Day 2019! nasa.gov/feature/nasa-s…
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What appears to be a floating orb in the blackness of space is actually Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus: go.nasa.gov/2vfwOtD @CassiniSaturn
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July 18, 1969....Buzz Aldrin enters the Lunar Module to inspect the spacecraft in preparation for lunar orbit the following day. Credit NASA
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New MIT Study Suggests Sonic The Hedgehog Might Be Living In Computer Simulation trib.al/7WdtV6q
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Earth photographed from Apollo 11 on July 17, 1969, from a distance of about 98,000 miles (158,000 km)
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We captured this unprocessed close-up of Saturn’s rings during the latest ring crossing on 7/12. See more raw images go.nasa.gov/2guHnlH
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#SaturnSaturday On this day in 2008, we captured this view of the immense vortex at #Saturn's south pole. Details: go.nasa.gov/2urNCkb
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"Go back to bed. This doesn't concern you."
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Happy bday, Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell. The astrophysicist discovered the first radio pulsars while studying postgrad ow.ly/3Msf30dB0V2
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Triton, Voyager II, 1989; Pluto, New Horizons, 2015. Happy Pluto Flyby Day!
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Spot spotted! #JunoCam raw images from my #Jupiter #GreatRedSpot flyby are available now. Download, process + share missionjuno.swri.edu/junocam/proces…
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Intervjuet mitt med @ProfBrianCox, gjort under @StarmusFestival er på trykk i Dagbladet i dag (My interview with Brian Cox is now published)
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.@esa's #AIM mission director Ian Carnelli on international collaboration in #space. Relive our AD live broadcast at asteroidday.org/video/live-lux…
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Today, our @NASAJuno craft is flying over Jupiter's Great Red Spot, kicking off a close-up study of the iconic storm nasa.tumblr.com/post/162828438…
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From @YvetteCooperMP - This. Absolutely, 100% this. 👏👏N3X
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📻@ProfBrianCoxx & @RobinInce are back with new@themonkeycagee! Which particles remain to be discovered?bbc.in/2uJN59367
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