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Brian Cox

Giving a talk tonight about EARTH IN HUMAN HANDS and the #Anthropocene Here is my first slide:
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For those who asked what I'm eating sauces with (previous tweet), it's ribeye and this (and listening to Ben Folds)
This is us—all of us—as seen by a powerful telescope in orbit around Mars nasa.gov/feature/jpl/ea… @HiRISE
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Just finished filming an exciting new project for @royalsociety with the fantastic @ProfBrianCox. Coming soon...
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We got the whole crew together and took the #MannequinChallenge to new heights #Proxima
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#OTD 20th December 1968, Apollo 8 at night at Pad 39A on eve of launch
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Last night I went to the Sherlock premiere dressed as the Abominable Bride because why not?
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Going through old papers my dad gave me, I found his map of the internet as of May 1973. The entire internet.
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From last night's stroll home, the last of the leaves.
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Duran round off the 2016 #compendium , introduced by @Cmdr_Hadfield
Almost ready for this years #compendium Next year's goes on sale NOW - For December 1st 2017 eventimapollo.com
Just arriving for tonight's #compendium of Reason at Hammersmith ... should be fun :-)
Recording @BBC6Music @shaunwkeaveny Boxing Day special with @dark_shark in a pub. We may push on through to New Year
We've been moved from Jasmine Bligh into Robert Robinson for @themonkeycage today. Not sure how I feel about that.
44 years ago, right now, astronauts were on the Moon. Apollo 17. It was the last manned mission to the Moon.
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Sometimes I think instead of "babel fish" Douglas Adams may have meant to say "twitter"...
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