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Started 11/8/11 by Cstar1; 141203 views.
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12/11/11

Today @spacetelesope's Adam Riess will be presented the Nobel Prize in Physics (shared with Perlmutter & Schmidt) http://t.co/V6OJpVR0Sat Dec 10 13:32:00 via CoTweet

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12/13/11

NASA's Dawn spacecraft successfully maneuvered into its closest orbit around the giant asteroid Vesta today,... http://t.co/VfEgA0hcTue Dec 13 12:48:49 via Facebook

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12/19/11

Reusable Rockets to take Giant Leap From Spaceport America http://t.co/Jmpxe7M2Mon Dec 19 13:23:15 via SocialFlow

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1/2/12

Welcome to the Moon, GRAIL spacecraft! Nice to see you!... http://t.co/GuBNJdu9Mon Jan 02 15:49:18 via Facebook

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1/2/12

See Moon & Jupiter Shine Together in Tonight's Sky http://t.co/VbPcFHMmMon Jan 02 15:46:08 via SocialFlow

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1/2/12

And Tomorrow we have the Quadrantid Meteor Shower and #meteorwatch , Get everyone joining in and watching out for shooting stars!Mon Jan 02 15:46:39 via TweetDeck

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1/2/12

Saw the two of them last night, should be even better (closer) tonite.  Will try for the meteors.
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1/7/12

On January 7th, 1610: Galileo Galilei observes the four largest moons of Jupiter for the first time. http://t.co/umnDuIOqSat Jan 07 14:07:01 via Twitter for iPhone

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1/14/12

It was over Egypt about 20 minutes ago. 


RT @SPACEFLIGHT101: Phobos-Grunt is currently losing ~430 meters of mean Altitude per Hour - http://t.co/uNiJFhVlSat Jan 14 16:09:23 via TweetDeck

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1/14/12

#PhobosGrunt over the place that gave it life Russia, Altitude 103 Miles (167Km) http://t.co/piSf4GNRSat Jan 14 16:16:40 via TweetDeck

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