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NASA
@NASA
Microlensing, a technique that looks for a drop in the brightness of a star, was used to find this ‘iceball’ world:… https://t.co/zjIReVTzSk
26 Apr, 06:19 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Solar eruptions come in many shapes and sizes…and new research shows one mechanism could explain how they all form:… https://t.co/eyojmoT1qT
26 Apr, 07:25 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
New research provides clues about when five giant impact scars on the surface of Mars formed. Get the details:… https://t.co/ej0g0aU9qf
26 Apr, 09:14 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
If the findings are correct, ancient humans existed in the Americas more than 100,00 years earlier than we thought https://t.co/FJ0Ati91rq
26 Apr, 05:36 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
LIVE NOW: Watch as @AstroPeggy stars in the 1st-ever 4K livestream from space! See the ultra-high definition views:… https://t.co/2kYIwhX54n
26 Apr, 05:37 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
If early humans really lived in California 130,000 years ago, we'll have to rethink how humans came to the Americas https://t.co/M9o92iIrZr
26 Apr, 07:30 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Gullies eroded into the steep inner slope of a crater on Mars appear perfectly pristine & continue to form today:… https://t.co/vxR6HdN7x0
26 Apr, 11:13 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
See the world through the eyes of a 40-ton polar whale in the Southern Ocean https://t.co/UszHlnWOJM
26 Apr, 06:30 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Today at 5am ET, @CassiniSaturn dove btwn the planet & its rings! First opportunity to regain contact is 3am on 4/2… https://t.co/PmPwLkHQIR
27 Apr, 12:17 AM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Trump characterized the creation of national monuments as “an egregious abuse of power." Here's what he plans to do: https://t.co/r8s9Suz7Hn
26 Apr, 07:33 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Rabbit experts suspect a Flemish giant died on a United flight because of stressful conditions during traveling https://t.co/RfaqxVAQcX
26 Apr, 09:01 PM UTC
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL
“Iceball” planet discovered with microlensing—background stars work as flashlights 🔦 to help find distant objects… https://t.co/0gmA6MEQlH
26 Apr, 08:30 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Bones of a mastodon are said to demonstrate that humans were present in the Americas 130,000 years ago. https://t.co/5dpe49gAZ6
26 Apr, 06:28 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
See five of nature's most accomplished whistlers—like the yellow-bellied marmot https://t.co/UJb5EmEykI
26 Apr, 11:30 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Photo of the Day: Life in Color https://t.co/N2p99ldasr #photography #pod
26 Apr, 08:45 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Amazon rainforest under threat as Brazil tears up protections https://t.co/JcV0bRhQQo
26 Apr, 08:23 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
Today is all about dismantling the perceived barriers surrounding science and what it means to be a "scientist." #STEAM #CitSci
26 Apr, 05:33 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
First Americans may have been Neanderthals 130,000 years ago https://t.co/C7BjPJFOxL
26 Apr, 07:39 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Pollution nanoparticles may enter your blood and cause disease https://t.co/Q2FNDhaNqL
26 Apr, 05:17 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
NASA's Cassini mission conducts daring dive through Saturn's rings https://t.co/mjViUPj84N
26 Apr, 08:05 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
WOAH! [Image via Reddit]
26 Apr, 06:24 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Infrared telescope spots mystery flare-ups in distant galaxies https://t.co/jqP66hiA0A
26 Apr, 09:19 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
Also, our US-based marchers should send a postcard to the President of the United States about why you marched at https://t.co/DGJZpqVUUv.
26 Apr, 05:38 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Wild bears do the twist to communicate through smelly footprints https://t.co/5ZJxyBpnUc
26 Apr, 08:36 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
All mammals big or small take about 12 seconds to defecate https://t.co/wwuhjM5eKk
26 Apr, 06:26 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
The ability to execute code makes programming a tool for thinking and exploring, writes @AllenDowney in blogs https://t.co/7gi7uPqUSY
26 Apr, 09:00 PM UTC
News from Science
@NewsfromScience
Watch this robot construct the world’s biggest botmade building -- by itself: https://t.co/i3FxmZMzvc
26 Apr, 06:13 PM UTC
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL
New @NASA study questions theory that tsunamis form & acquire their energy mostly from vertical movement of seafloo… https://t.co/INPszZTJaj
26 Apr, 09:04 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
One of our national co-chairs discusses the #MarchForScience and its nonpartisan stance with @DanRather. https://t.co/AutTvXY3oQ
26 Apr, 09:00 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Trump order could remove protections for national monuments https://t.co/lnU2VRpx3H
26 Apr, 07:10 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
A six-decade Siberian experiment attempted to transform foxes from wild to doglike. [Podcast] @SteveMirsky https://t.co/elSoWBVTgC
26 Apr, 11:00 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
Check out this great explainer video on the federal budget process, how it affects science, and what you can do: https://t.co/BNWqJkYqQ0.
26 Apr, 07:36 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
When to worry about lower back pain https://t.co/AjvD1WBEIk
26 Apr, 05:51 PM UTC
Phys.org
@physorg_com
Humans in America '115,000 years earlier than thought' https://t.co/qqgnt2ma3D
26 Apr, 05:40 PM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
How close are we, really, to using artificial wombs for human babies? https://t.co/CpPZXaaWGY
26 Apr, 06:00 PM UTC
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL
👏Way👏To👏Go👏 Congrats to the @CassiniSaturn and @NASA digital communications teams for victories in the #WebbyAwardshttps://t.co/zvqkC0GTA7
26 Apr, 11:59 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
The first Americans go way back in the Stone Age, researchers say. https://t.co/N38hG5ReFF
26 Apr, 05:12 PM UTC
Science Friday
@scifri
This artist creates never-ending blooms using the golden angle. https://t.co/4fDFhAyMp0
26 Apr, 08:11 PM UTC
Science Channel
@ScienceChannel
This 16-acre island had one of the most dense populations on Earth. Now it's empty. Why was it created & abandoned?… https://t.co/ccof6zFDjS
26 Apr, 11:27 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
And marchers outside the US should head to this link to learn how to contact your lawmakers and share your story: https://t.co/GhzILeOZWZ.
26 Apr, 05:38 PM UTC
Nature News&Comment
@NatureNews
Nature journals sign up to DORA, supporting the need to move away from the impact factor: https://t.co/eXIPIdRtTT
26 Apr, 08:45 PM UTC
WIRED Science
@WIREDScience
Robots are taking over healthcare, but there's still one category where humans have them beat
26 Apr, 11:20 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Dolphins risk death by suffocation when eating octopus. https://t.co/ilbcKjDi8s
26 Apr, 06:25 PM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
How hot peppers and marijuana could help cure gut problems https://t.co/1ybJ6PJq2r
26 Apr, 09:00 PM UTC
WIRED Science
@WIREDScience
Everyone knows humans came to North America 13,000 years ago. But did they? https://t.co/iZIe2MUueD
26 Apr, 09:34 PM UTC
Nature News&Comment
@NatureNews
Using free-floating DNA to detect lung cancer brings benefits to researchers and patients alike:… https://t.co/vGcf5m0p4h
26 Apr, 06:15 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
Prehistoric humans lived in California 130,000 years ago, scientists reported in a bold, fiercely disputed claim https://t.co/yx5jZ1Gvdu
26 Apr, 05:09 PM UTC
Phys.org
@physorg_com
Spacecraft flies between #Saturn and rings in historic first https://t.co/Xk9zBF7axf
26 Apr, 05:52 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Critics are quick to question a new study suggesting New World settlers arrived 130,000 years ago. https://t.co/oEjL3Mfz96
26 Apr, 10:00 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Ancient groundwater is still vulnerable to modern contamination. https://t.co/4hQTcj2Qqw
26 Apr, 08:50 PM UTC
Science Magazine
@sciencemagazine
Astronomers have captured a unique, gravitationally-lensed look at a Type Ia supernova. Read the research: ($)… https://t.co/lI9LTb2JLS
26 Apr, 06:26 PM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
Scientists are puzzling out how butterflies assemble their brightly colored scales https://t.co/oD7WVrD4tE
26 Apr, 07:22 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Homo naledi had neural features associated with social emotions and communication, researchers claim. https://t.co/SVroTMOgE7
26 Apr, 11:20 PM UTC
Phys.org
@physorg_com
Study offers new theoretical approach to describing non-equilibrium #phasetransitions https://t.co/aUiQTG8TSy
26 Apr, 07:46 PM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
Why is this bird wearing teeny tiny goggles? https://t.co/2oze3POlaY
26 Apr, 05:30 PM UTC
Discover Magazine
@DiscoverMag
Out past Pluto, the New Horizons probe is homing in on distant new targets: https://t.co/Y8YVshS6kP
26 Apr, 07:37 PM UTC
WIRED Science
@WIREDScience
Stem cell biologists are basically modern day witches. https://t.co/zZZauJK2gL
26 Apr, 08:23 PM UTC
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