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Brian Cox

View of #Mars' south pole from ESA's Mars Webcam onboard Mars Express, Sept. 18, 2017.
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Tomorrow at Noon ET: Learn about our @OSIRISREx mission as it slingshots around Earth to asteroid Bennu. Watch: facebook.com/NASAGoddard/
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Some galaxies are neat & orderly; other galaxies not so much. Explore one w/ a black hole center spewing light beams nasa.tumblr.com/post/165580689…
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Hyperion, 300 km satellite, with very old surface. Hydrocarbon deposits in the bottom of the craters #AskAAO nasa.gov/jpl/cassini-se…
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Curiosity busy doing some contact science this morning while the Sun is low on the Martian horizon (Sol 1821 • Sep 20, 2017)
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We received @CassiniSaturn's "last breath of data" and relayed it to the mission team in @NASAJPL's control room. #GrandFinale #CassiniAus
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Meanwhile on #Mars: here's a panorama from @MarsCuriosity, a mosaic of processed Mastcam images acquired Sept. 18 from Vera Rubin Ridge
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We're announcing our 30th #scibooks winner on Sep 19. In the meantime, here's a run-down of our previous 29 winners ow.ly/KRmI30eUMJB
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This photo looks like a lost Pink Floyd album cover.
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Another sneak peek at @NASAJuno processed Perijove 08 animation [G.Eichstadt] testing new re-timing method flic.kr/p/Xvedz3
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#ICYMI, a thrilling epoch in the exploration of our solar system came to a close as @CassiniSaturn dove into Saturn: go.nasa.gov/2jx3Y6f
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The new David Lynch film looks like his oddest and most disturbing one yet.
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Worth reflecting, as JPL Director just commented, that pretty much everything we know about Saturn came from Cassini youtube.com/nasajpl/live
This is a good full screen feed from @NASAJPL as Cassini enters Saturn's atmosphere in about 15 - 20 minutes time youtube.com/nasajpl/live
This is so magnificent and sad and wonderful - end of the Cassini mission - do watch if you can - the best of us. youtu.be/o3_byIkXF7Q
Watch live #360video from @CassiniSaturn mission control as final signals arrive. 4amPT/1100 UTC youtu.be/o3_byIkXF7Q Best w/@YouTube app
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Look up tonight & see Saturn in the sky. Tomorrow, our spacecraft will be part of the planet it studied for so long. go.nasa.gov/2vWSA5D
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One of Cassini's last images as it dives towards Saturn. 4 hours left. I'll miss you @CassiniSaturn
Reminder: @CassiniSaturn is making its final approach to #Saturn. How to follow last moments of #GrandFinale esa.int/Our_Activities…
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The #GrandFinale toolkit -- everything you need to know about why, how and when our mission is coming to a close: go.nasa.gov/1Up1oba
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Some of our favorite postcards from our journeys at Saturn, now available in a new e-book: go.nasa.gov/2y7Lc90
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My look back at what went down at Saturn these past 13 years & the rich & rewarding life that I lived there @sciam bit.ly/2f3Ykah
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New Horizons spacecraft - which visited Pluto in 2015 - wakes from a 157-day hibernation today bit.ly/2wUPCkR
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