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- Very excited to be reporting this week on @npratc about the state of America's arsenal of ballistic missiles. http://t.co/zuYh92cyDX 26 minutes ago
- RT @FlightDKM: Investigators: Flight-data recorder contains valid information from #MH17, with no evidence of tampering. 3 days ago
- RT @NewHorizons2015: BEHOLD! Pluto & Charon (~17,000 km apart) seen Monday by our LORRI camera. We're still over 400 million km away! http:… 3 days ago
- RT @esaoperations: RT @ESA_Rosetta: I’m seeing hints of surface features on #comet #67P this week. Details: ow.ly/zxeGt http://t… 4 days ago
- Thanks @dvergano @erikvance and @AnnFinkbeiner, now I feel really depressed. The sad state of sci journalism: lastwordonnothing.com/2014/07/24/the… 4 days ago
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A few weeks ago on Twitter, a Japanese guy named Yukari Takasugi pinged me (and a lot of other journalists) with an incredible video. Without another word of comment, I give you Pluto-kun of plutonium: