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I mean, Norman Mailer might stab you, but at least he’d be a bit of a laugh.

Ever look up at night and feel small? Don't. Instead feel large. Atoms in our body trace to remnants of exploded stars. We are Stardust. We are alive in the universe, and the universe is alive within us. RIP Margaret Burbidge (1919-2020) Co-discoverer of Stellar Nucleosynthesis.

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Looking forward to tonight’s supermoon? 🌝 What makes it so super in the first place? A supermoon is a full Moon occurring when the Moon is at its closest point in its orbit around Earth — making it slightly brighter and larger. More Moon facts:

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What a gracious statement from Witness J, the man whose testimony was so powerful the Pell case made it all the way to the High Court.

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15. Mimus “That’s no moon!” Actually, it is. It’s called Mimus and it’s Saturn’s smallest large moon. #PopMechMoonRanking  Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

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Today on @WLRNSundial , a panel of experts and advocates look at how South Florida's immigrant community is dealing with the coronavirus and what resources are available to them.

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A Nature paper shows that there is active replication of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 in the upper respiratory tract of a group of German patients and suggests that patients may ‘shed’ the virus at high levels during the first week of symptoms. #COVID19 

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Our President, Mike Moses, will be hosting episode 2 of #ScienceWithVirginGalactic  on YouTube LIVE this Thursday. He’ll be explaining how to design a spaceship to children and space enthusiasts of all ages. Have a question you’d like answered? Let us know!

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