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Our latest paper by @laura_hayess @Oscar_S_OHara @drsophiemurray arxiv.org/abs/2109.06558. We use X-ray data from the GOES satellite and very low frequency (VLF) data from Birr, Ireland - Maine, USA to study the impacts of solar flares on Earth's ionosphere. 1/4 Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

We are all excited here @DIASAstronomy to hear the launch date news for @ESA_Webb! Prof Tom Ray and his team were involved with the development of the Mid Infra-Red Instrument 🤩🛰️🌟 twitter.com/ESA_Webb/statu…

We are excited to announce a new project launching in autumn 2021. Ireland's first space-themed escape room will open to the public @DIASDunsink! To be the first to hear more detail on how to book, go to dias.ie/dunsink/escape… Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

Cool to see the Leviathan and LOFAR telescopes featured on National Geographic’s “Europe From Above”. Featuring @ciara_a_maguire and @aoife_m_ryan! Check out the show on Sky Go or Now TV. Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

A fascinating morning conducting the PhD viva for the new Dr. Téo Bloch with @ProfChrisScott . Fantastic work on Machine Learning for heliophysics and space science. I'm inspired by his Unsupervised learning approaches - really innovative stuff. Congratulations! Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

Our CEO Dr Eucharia Meehan and @DIASAstronomy's @petertgallagher and @TomRayDIAS all part of last week's visit to @ArmaghPlanet to work on possibilities for a North-South research programme. #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/ArmaghPlanet/s… Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

Some High-Energy Astro talks at #INAM2021 coming up this afternoon. First is Masha Chernyakova of @DCUPhysics @cfar_dcu telling us about X-ray and Gamma-Ray binaries! Look out for @DIASAstronomy talk by Robert Brose coming up a bit later. Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

Lots of interesting Space Weather and Solar Physics at #INAM21 this morning, including several talks from @DIASAstronomy researchers Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

This week lots of our @DIASAstronomy researchers are involved with the annual Irish National Astronomy Meeting! Public talk this evening at 5pm will be streamed live on @YouTube 🤩 astronomers.ie/public-talk/ twitter.com/minion_for_hir…

Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme opening soon. Come work with us at DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics! research.ie/funding/goipd/…

‼️NEW: Call open for ESA Research Fellowships in Space Science‼️ Are you an early career PhD scientist from an ESA state working in heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics or fundamental physics? Join us! 👉 cosmos.esa.int/web/space-scie… Deadline: September 27 Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

Exciting times for @TomRayDIAS of @DIASAstronomy, who developed the special infrared filters for the #JWST Mid infra-red instrument! #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/ESA_Webb/statu… Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

The @NASA/@esa/@csa_asc James Webb Space Telescope completes testing and prepares for the trip to the launch site at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. Details: esa.int/Science_Explor… #WebbSeesFarther #WebbFliesAriane #JWST Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

Our VIKI (Video Kit) system is on its way to French Guiana as part of the @ariane5 upper stage for the upcoming #JWST launch! #WebbFliesAriane #IrishSpaceIndustry twitter.com/ESA_Webb/statu… Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics

Ariane 5 rocket upper stage for the James Webb Space Telescope heads for Europe's Spaceport today. Prof Tom Ray and the JWST/MIRI team at DIAS are looking forward to the launch later this year. esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…

Come work with us at DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics! Royal Society-Science Foundation Ireland University Research Fellowship scheme open for applications: sfi.ie/funding/fundin…

“On keeping a close eye on sunspots” ⁦@petertgallagher⁩ talks with ⁦@claireoconnell⁩ in today’s Research Lives ⁦@IrishTimesirishtimes.com/news/science/o…