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- RT @planet4589: @gbrumfiel @CRBinz In particular, the NOAA satellites are the same basic design as USAF DMSP F13 which had battery explosio… 1 day ago
- RT @CRBinz: @gbrumfiel nope. 4th this year, by my count (although @planet4589 probably has a more rigorous list than I). see eg https://t.c… 1 day ago
- No idea what happened to NOAA-16, but looking back over some previous stories, satellite break-ups aren't unheard of. 1 day ago
- A satellite has apparently broken apart? On 25 Nov 2015 at 0816z @JointSpaceOps identified a possible breakup of NOAA 16. (via @jeff_foust) 1 day ago
- RT @alexwitze: History of #climate negotiations - told as graphic novel! By @RichMonastersky @Nsousanis nature.com/news/the-fragi… https://t.c… 1 day 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: