The Best Astronomy in Social Media

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Astronomy Shorty Award Leaders

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Virtual Astronomer

Virtual Astronomer

Astronomy, Science, Nature and more, Creator of #Meteorwatch, writer for Universe Today and the BBC. Making Stargazing fun and accessible to all.
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2nd

Awel Evans

Awel Evans

Just a teenager with an immeasurable passion for astronomy & planetary science. I really am awed by the wonders of the universe... I also like sports :)
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Nick Howes

Nick Howes

Astronomy Consultant, Science Writer for @esa . FRAS, @faulkestel Program Manager, Visiting Lecturer UCGLAM, STEM ambassador,Used to work with Ultravox.
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Symphony of Science

Symphony of Science

Symphony of Science updates, and other musical adventures of John D Boswell
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Paul Harper

Paul Harper

UK Astronomer, Outreach Secretary Croydon AS, Trustee of AFM Radio & Co-Host of Under British Skies on AFM radio
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Steve K

Steve K

Love mountains, attempt to teach Physics, play guitar, kayak, in awe of Darwin & Cosmology, play PC Games, paint Warhammer minis, love Sci-fi, so yep.....Geek
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Hannah Bayman

Hannah Bayman

Reporter and BBC weather girl. Part-time astronomy student. Member of the National Union of Journalists. These are my tweets and not those of the BBC
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