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Brian Cox
@ProfBrianCox My piece on the next #StargazingLive is in Sky At Night magazine today. Check it out! pic.twitter.com/udg0fBthIM
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.@bengoldacre at his Travolterian best during his rendition of 'Summer Nights' at last night's Compendium pic.twitter.com/Zx4mjU5BFo
Also last night at Hammersmith, the peerless @bengoldacre on top form pic.twitter.com/4TxljK4x4t
A great night at the Compendium of Reason, rounded off magnificently by The Cure @robinince pic.twitter.com/97OfMQim4W
Back at the Apollo, Hammersmith for my traditional nights of withering wit & wisdom from @ProfBrianCox & @robinince pic.twitter.com/UwfuPh6CCc
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A first: Curiosity rover finds active organic chemistry on the surface of Mars. 1.usa.gov/16pUezf #AGU14 pic.twitter.com/hQNR06ouOK
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Over £200M of new investment for Europe’s space programme: UK space industry set to rocket gov.uk/government/new… pic.twitter.com/HIktzsMuoy
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MT @Reuters: UK air traffic control says system has been restored pic.twitter.com/Lv0z0bEByn
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@robinince 42 years ago today Apollo 17 landed at Taurus Littrow the last Apollo moonlanding moonpans.com/prints/40_A17e… pic.twitter.com/ArHd0pZOrj
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Santa is pretty tooled up in our house this morning pic.twitter.com/Of7Xxkmggl
You have to love old BBC studios - found this at the @themonkeycage recording this evening :-) pic.twitter.com/OHzwDKtRI4
Sort of demanded actually :-) “@Bionow: @ProfBrianCox asks that all political parties ring fence the science budget pic.twitter.com/1t0vuEUcEZ
"2001 was one of my motivations for making #HumanUniverse: from the monkey to the space station" @ProfBrianCox pic.twitter.com/qoT50V9sCL
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If cities were lit by stars alone. they would look like this. Beautiful photo essay. wired.com/2014/11/thierr… pic.twitter.com/DGryUp7R0h
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Easter Sunday, Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, New York, 1913 (By The Library of Congress) pic.twitter.com/GQXo8Y7eLO
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And now I've got a turntable, I went into the loft and found these :-) pic.twitter.com/jk9Z6bACsK
Bit of a retro impulse buy this afternoon - childhood ambition :-) pic.twitter.com/2RErtTdrDQ