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ESPN
@espn
ICYMI: Bill Nye "The Science Guy" can RAKE ESPN's photo on Science
17 Jul, 01:00 PM UTC
Bleacher Report MLB
@BR_MLB
Looks like there’s some good chemistry already #AllStarGame Bleacher Report MLB's photo on Science
18 Jul, 12:55 AM UTC
Bill Nye
@BillNye
All Star Game— Scherzer (one of them) is starting pitcher. Woo hoo Bill Nye's photo on Science
18 Jul, 12:52 AM UTC
NASA
@NASA
The ethereal beauty of Earth is perfectly captured in this pic taken by @Astro_Ricky. From the vantage point of @Space_Station, he was able to see orange & brown hues of the Namib Desert & contrasting blues of the Atlantic Ocean. More on photos from space: https://t.co/0cfNUnKdmF NASA's photo on Science
17 Jul, 05:00 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
The Sun may look unchanging to us here on Earth, but that’s not the whole story. See how the soon-to-launch Parker #SolarProbe will show us that when it comes to our Sun, there’s more than meets the eye: https://t.co/oxtuno0ECV NASA's photo on Science
17 Jul, 06:38 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
In a curveball of cosmic proportions, astronomers went looking for a planet and instead found 12 new moons around Jupiter https://t.co/d88YC26uou
17 Jul, 02:49 PM UTC
Richard Dawkins
@RichardDawkins
“Mr Trump, standing just inches from an autocratic thug who steals territory & has his adversaries murdered, undermined the unanimous conclusion of his own intelligence & law enforcement agencies that the Russian government interfered with the 2016 election” (NY Times Editorial)
17 Jul, 04:30 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
"Sometimes the best images are not the ones we planned for,” says photographer Thomas Peschak, who snapped the soon-to-be viral frame when a great white started following its tracker https://t.co/ru9Svhp8Cj
17 Jul, 09:14 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
On a good night, we cycle four or five times through several stages of sleep, each with distinct qualities and purpose. https://t.co/GLmPc1u2LQ National Geographic's photo on Science
17 Jul, 07:40 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
One of ancient Egypt's first female pharaohs, Hatshepsut reigned after the death of her husband for more than two decades https://t.co/jm9wAKePTK
18 Jul, 12:03 AM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Tonight, the flying @SOFIATelescope will observe the shadow cast when Saturn's moon Titan passes in front of a distant star in an eclipse-like event, giving scientists a chance to study the moon's atmosphere. Details: https://t.co/i7BID0oqR3 NASA's photo on Science
18 Jul, 02:26 AM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Using infrared, astronomers saw the faint afterglow of the explosive merger of 2 neutron stars last September. These @NASASpitzer observations helped them understand how many of the heaviest periodic elements are created in explosive neutron star mergers: https://t.co/B8a0b6vq0j NASA's photo on Science
17 Jul, 08:41 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Our solar system is vast, filled not only with planets & moons, but also asteroids & other celestial bodies. In this new Gravity Assist podcast we explore these fascinating chunks of rocks & ice, their origin & why @AsteroidWatch hunts them in space: https://t.co/ut9qLP32eq NASA's photo on Science
17 Jul, 09:56 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
A sealed black stone coffin discovered in Egypt sparked the imagination of the Internet. Our @kristinromey addresses some of the speculations https://t.co/gTDOiVol6g
17 Jul, 04:43 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Scientists found an astonishing quantity of diamonds deep beneath Earth's surface using seismic waves https://t.co/mpNpNAPm3f
18 Jul, 02:04 AM UTC
NASA
@NASA
In celebration of the @AllStarGame, @JimBridenstine shares views of the cities with @MLB baseball stadiums as captured by our astronauts on the International @Space_Station, located 250 miles above Earth. Check out this unique perspective: NASA's photo on Science
17 Jul, 11:08 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Long thought to be divorced from the brain, the immune system turns out to be intimately involved in its functioning—and may act as a kind of sensory organ that helps the brain monitor microbes in the body. Learn more in the August issue, available now: https://t.co/dkzwZc1VtO Scientific American's photo on Science
17 Jul, 04:06 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
Thanks to Dr. Gretchen Goldman & all of the scientists who testified today against the @EPA's proposal to restrict the use of legitimate science. We will not be silenced! #ScienceNotSilence https://t.co/okmM9zrat8
17 Jul, 08:18 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
I don’t know what’s dumber, publicly betraying your country to a foreign enemy, or saying “I meant ‘don’t do that’!” Oh wait. Yes, I do know.
17 Jul, 10:58 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
This new telescope’s view of the heart of the Milky Way is *sizzling*. Seriously. Dang. But it takes a bit of explaining… https://t.co/MOrKrZCeyf Phil Plait's photo on Science
17 Jul, 03:30 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
Are we there yet? I think we are. https://t.co/5ScU8e6nwP
17 Jul, 05:50 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
"This is crazy, the sky is erupting." https://t.co/vGn1tcqeR8
18 Jul, 12:45 AM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Climate change is killing these 2,000-year-old baobab trees https://t.co/euq8QqPqlN Scientific American's photo on Science
17 Jul, 09:00 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Chinese researchers achieve stunning quantum-entanglement record https://t.co/SSxhxTNdym Scientific American's photo on Science
17 Jul, 07:15 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
The blue dots are infant stars. The red and orange swirls are cosmic dust. https://t.co/mTLfQobuuI
17 Jul, 03:50 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Using CRISPR/Cas9, scientists can program offensive cancer cells to self-destruct once their job is done. https://t.co/SMjOejdtg3
17 Jul, 10:35 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
BREAKING: Astronomers found 12 new moons orbiting Jupiter! https://t.co/FLCH8d60aW
17 Jul, 07:35 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
The human eye could help test quantum mechanics https://t.co/DLaEyaExlz Scientific American's photo on Science
18 Jul, 02:01 AM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
The International Astronomical Union reports that there are now 79 known Jovian moons, with a dozen found last year. https://t.co/g9f1MVlGJN [Podcast] Scientific American's photo on Science
17 Jul, 08:00 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
What planet looks the tastiest? [@AirBearEnt] AsapSCIENCE's photo on Science
17 Jul, 11:46 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
What is consciousness? We're coming closer to cracking the biggest problem in neuroscience https://t.co/WpBxYMdqaI New Scientist's photo on Science
17 Jul, 08:46 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
I saw this dinosaur today. #BlueHeron https://t.co/PUa4hNkh5G Phil Plait's photo on Science
18 Jul, 02:20 AM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
As sea levels rise, some coastal communities are confronting a future of both chronic and extreme flooding. Retreat—permanently moving people and property away from the water—is radical, but in some places, it is inevitable. (By @JenLSchwartz) https://t.co/l4dZtjcsaa
17 Jul, 05:18 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Physics says that our perception of smoothly flowing time is a cosmic accident. So why do we think the future always comes after the past? https://t.co/qRUPbktDsN New Scientist's photo on Science
17 Jul, 04:07 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
What goes on inside black holes? Working it out could mean ripping up all existing theories of reality https://t.co/lJ80LLHhqX New Scientist's photo on Science
17 Jul, 05:00 PM UTC
Computer Science
@CompSciFact
"All problems in computer science can be solved by another level of indirection, except for the problem of too many layers of indirection." -- David Wheeler
17 Jul, 03:45 PM UTC
Science Channel
@ScienceChannel
On a beautiful day in Africa, people spot what looks like a smoke tornado rising out of Lake Malawi. If it isn't smoke is it steam? Get ready to send us your best nopes. It's a tornado of BUGS. #StrangeEvidence at 9p! #entymology #science #bugnado #strangesciece #weirdscience Science Channel's photo on Science
17 Jul, 11:51 PM UTC
Science Channel
@ScienceChannel
The Northern Lights usually appear as waves of light. Then in 2016, this unusual version, a single straight band appeared. He was named Steve. Get the rest of the story on Space's Deepest Secrets at 10p. #SpacesSecrets #NorthernLights #AuroraBorealis #Astronomy #TV #Science Science Channel's photo on Science
17 Jul, 10:07 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Blood test detects melanoma skin cancer while it’s easily treatable https://t.co/oB1EuQn55O New Scientist's photo on Science
17 Jul, 06:28 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Pluto sports a mysterious ridge system that may stretch all the way around the globe. No one knows how it formed. https://t.co/tYcfe7D9Qy
17 Jul, 06:00 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Here's how bobtail squid fight fungus with bacteria. https://t.co/9TS2VtLdT1
17 Jul, 11:50 PM UTC
Science Channel
@ScienceChannel
They’re cute, but they’re mighty. These agbots, short for agricultural robots, are autonomous robots that help tend to farms. #TechTuesday Science Channel's photo on Science
17 Jul, 04:22 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
“To understand the galaxies, you have to understand the ecosystem that they’re in." #longreads https://t.co/oS3EylBNg8
17 Jul, 05:45 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
A new medical scanner can identify different soft tissues by wavelength. It then uses mathematical algorithms to translate the data into a detailed three-dimensional image. ' ' https://t.co/bRCfpaO7AU by @ Emily_Baum
17 Jul, 09:54 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Stone Age bakers made first bread thousands of years before farming https://t.co/tRRJfVZi9a New Scientist's photo on Science
18 Jul, 02:26 AM UTC
Science Friday
@scifri
✨ 🌟 ✨ ✨ 🌟 ✨ 🌙 ✨ 🌟 🌟 🌟 😴 Goodnight, science. See you in the AM.
18 Jul, 03:48 AM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
Jupiter has 10 newly-discovered moons, and one is a weirdo https://t.co/5bMlVqxPGu
17 Jul, 07:59 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
Dang. @PeachAstro is really good at planeting. https://t.co/bLNWrrUy6n Phil Plait's photo on Science
17 Jul, 08:08 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
Cyanobacteria are a phylum of bacteria that gets its energy through photosynthesis, and interestingly, are the only photosynthetic prokaryotes able to produce oxygen. [Instagram/nerd.candy] AsapSCIENCE's photo on Science
17 Jul, 07:57 PM UTC
Science Friday
@scifri
Happiness: It's complicated 🙃 https://t.co/jzh65PRQjM Science Friday's photo on Science
18 Jul, 01:02 AM UTC
National Science Foundation
@NSF
Astronomers using @theDESurvey on the NSF-supported @NOAOSouth have discovered 12 previously unknown moons of Jupiter! Read more from @AURADC: https://t.co/X4zk42L4PR #NSFfunded #astronomy National Science Foundation's photo on Science
17 Jul, 04:38 PM UTC
Live Science
@LiveScience
Jupiter Now Has a Whopping 79 Moons https://t.co/ay3hf1k7cT Live Science's photo on Science
17 Jul, 08:11 PM UTC
Science Friday
@scifri
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀👩‍🔬   🌊 🌊 🌊 🦑 🐙 🐙 🦑 👇 🐙 🐙 👇   🦑  🦑   🦑  🦑   👢 👢 howdy. this is @SarahMackAttack and she studies cephalopods https://t.co/ACsZaebDJw #WorldEmojiDay
17 Jul, 04:31 PM UTC
ESA Science
@esascience
Of course, there are still some 'tensions' that need explaining. For example, the rate of expansion of the Universe – called the Hubble Constant – inferred from @Planck data doesn't match the value obtained from more 'local' observations. Could this be a hint of new physics? 🤔 ESA Science's photo on Science
17 Jul, 04:33 PM UTC
Discover Magazine
@DiscoverMag
Jupiter's got 12 new moons — one is a bit of a problem child: https://t.co/VLRwPsN4sT Discover Magazine's photo on Science
18 Jul, 12:30 AM UTC
Discover Magazine
@DiscoverMag
Researchers find mild temperatures on an Earth-sized planet just 11 light-years away: https://t.co/Tx0NN7nQ28 Discover Magazine's photo on Science
17 Jul, 08:03 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
WELL WHY DON’T YOU PUT HER IN CHARGE? https://t.co/wUQyEeC2ma
17 Jul, 09:09 PM UTC
The NPR Science Desk
@nprscience
Galileo Would Be Stunned: Jupiter Now Has 79 Moons https://t.co/QUp3jJMWOe
17 Jul, 02:42 PM UTC
Popular Science
@PopSci
Alcohol's health risks are far easier to prove than its benefits https://t.co/wLriLGgHxW Popular Science's photo on Science
17 Jul, 03:14 PM UTC
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