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ScienceWe're scientists and engineers on NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter, which went into orbit last night. Ask us anything!
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Science-LiveWe are experts of the European Space Agency ESA working on Near Earth Objects such as asteroids, their detection and deflection and the respective activities like ESA’s proposed Asteroid Impact Mission (AIM) – ask us anything!
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ScienceWe’re working on the solid rocket boosters that will help power NASA’s Space Launch System rocket. Ask us anything about the boosters and our 2nd booster qualification test firing!
Jun 24th 2016 by NASAMarshallMoo • 25 Questions • 96 Points
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ScienceIamA Food Security Researcher worried about another Dust Bowl happening in North America - AMA!
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ScienceWe are the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration, and we have made a second gravitational wave detection. Ask Us Anything!
Jun 16th 2016 by LIGO_Collaborat • 28 Questions • 111 Points
ScienceWe are scientists from the LISA Pathfinder Collaboration, and we have demonstrated the technology to detect low-frequency gravitational waves from space. Ask us anything!
Jun 7th 2016 by LISAPathfinderA • 12 Questions • 3174 Points
ScienceWe are astronomers Dr. Tabetha Boyajian and Professor Jason Wright. What is so mysterious about the "most mysterious star in our Galaxy"? Could it be a massive swarm of comets, an "alien megastructure", or something completely n
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ScienceHi, I'm Dr. Dante Shepherd, chemical engineering professor and creator of the webcomic "Surviving the World", a.k.a. the guy in the labcoat by the chalkboard. AMA!
May 20th 2016 by DanteShepherd • 47 Questions • 2727 Points