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Hey Orlando, can't wait to see you this March! @wmfeorlando
Next: Let's talk TRAPPIST-1! @ProfSaraSeager tells us more about this week's big exoplanet news. #SciFriLive
I don’t belive my mug! Thank you @KMUW ! Looking forward to our @scifri visit to Wichita. #mugonamug
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This afternoon on SciFri: The TRAPPIST-1 discovery means seven new chances for life in space.
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Between gigs for Atari and the Air Force, this artist was painting our future in space.
Just how accurate are Facebook's assumptions about you?
Orlando! We're heading your way with @wmfeorlando this March.
How @msxgarcia got interested in the "overseas transport of merino wool," and other stories Facebook tells us.
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Not a surprise, but NOT GOOD Google Online Security Blog: Announcing the first SHA1 collision
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#otd 90 yrs ago, Heisenberg wrote to Pauli describing the uncertainty principle. Today, focus on your location, not how fast you're going.
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.@GoogleDoodles knocks it outta the park w/ today's TRAPPIST-1 doodle!! Meet the doodlers in this @scifri story:
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Meet the 1970s artist who painted our future in space.
Lithium-ion batteries have been behind a string of combusting devices. Could a safer battery be coming soon?
Meet the 1970s artist who painted our future in space.
Hey Orlando, we're heading your way with @wmfeorlando this March!
Hey Orlando! Join us 3/28 for an evening of interviews, music and science geekery w/ @wmfeorlando at @BobCarrTheater…
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Curious about Earth-like planets? Revisit our series, "Brave New Worlds: Looking for Life in The Goldilocks Zone."
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The big news? Seven Earth-sized planets are orbiting TRAPPIST-1 only 40 light years away - and four of them are in the habitable zone.
Pssst! We've got exciting news from beyond our solar system! Spoiler: NOT aliens. Watch at 1pm ET: Q? Use #askNASA
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Physicist Heinrich Hertz was born #otd 1857. Adjust your frequency a bit today in his honor.
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