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Arguably the most Armond Whitey thing here is his argument that WHO’S THAT KNOCKING... is one of Scorsese’s three best films. (Fair enough, but you know...)

Several seriously injured after fleeing driver crashes into car in Christchurch

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What are our next generation spacesuits?👩‍🚀👨‍🚀 Spacesuit engineers answer the question in our latest #AskNASA  episode! Find out the advanced features of the spacesuits that will be worn by astronauts as they explore the Moon as part of the #Artemis  program

Teamwork makes the dream work. With the International Astronautical Congress happening all week in Washington, I'm celebrating my international science team , and all those working together on #Mars2020 . See more about @NASA  at #IAC2019 :

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Hi3D 21 Oct 2019 : A Rayed Crater with Blocky Ejecta – This is a relatively youthful impact crater, with an opportunity to look at the ejected boulders and crater walls in better detail. NASA/JPL/University of Arizona #Mars  #science 

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FEATURE ARTICLE: ESA’s Solar Orbiter ready to study the Sun, heading for Florida - - By Jacques van Oene () with photos from @Jacqmans1972ues '>Jac @Jacqmans1972ues  and render by Mack Crawford () @brickmack 

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Picking up a rock. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, what if you were trying to pick up a rock on Earth with a robot you are controlling from the @Space_Station ? That’s exactly what @astro_luca  will attempt as a part of the @esa  ANALOG-1 experiment. Read:

For decades, researchers have claimed that after bats evolved echolocation, moths evolved ears to hear and evade them. This is a textbook story—and it’s wrong. A new study shows that in almost every case, moth ears came BEFORE bat sonar.

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