If you have ever felt the need to discuss highly technical rocket science 140 characters at a time, this is your big day.
NASA has officially launched (get it!) a Twitter feed. Or whatever they call those things.
There have been sporadic posts on the Twitter page before now as part of a soft launch (still get it?), but starting today they will be more regular.
"At starbucks. crowded. And Saturn's Dynamic Moon Enceladus Shows More Signs of Activity" a typical entry doesn't say (Except for that last part).
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Most of the tweets so far include links to more detailed discussions, which seems eminently reasonable.
Among the items posted so far are stuff on dark matter, oceanography and a rocket test.
No updates yet on where lunch will be.
-- Richard Connelly