Sitting in Brian Williams' chair at the NBC Nightly News set at 30 Rockefeller Center, playing news anchor pic.twitter.com/fJvRIeFzJx
End of the semester time at Columbia, I can feel the buzz amongst the students, reminds me of my student years at Columbia
Developing the course I will teach at Columbia Engineering in spring:"Introduction to Human Spaceflight"
The big parade in New York City, Happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/ffHOxG7WfQ
Nice article, video, and photos on the Columbia website about my return to campus, please check it out:
My apologies but it looks like the Reddit AMA event schedule for right now will need to be postponed due to technical difficulties, sorry
Check out this International Space Station 15 year highlights video: youtube.com/watch?v=DWi29s…
Happy Birthday ISS!
- Watch me and @astro_Pettit
as we look back to 1998 and look forward to 2020 and beyond.youtu.be/ec3WeAsSRB0
For all of my internet savvy followers, I'll be answering questions on a Reddit AMA today at 1 PM EST. Be sure to stop by - link TBA
Zarya & Unity had never been in the same hemisphere on Earth, but they fit together perfectly–and so began the International Space Station.
Zarya was followed a few weeks later by the node Unity, the first U.S. segment, carried by Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-88.
It was on Nov. 20, 1998, that a Russian Proton rocket lifted the first ISS module, Zarya, into space.
This week, we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the beginning of the International Space Station. Happy Birthday ISS!
Congrats to NASA's Mars Atmosphere & Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) team successful launch,good luck for the 10 month journey to the red planet
Beautiful Fall colors at Columbia University pic.twitter.com/L8iIKE1ZbS
NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (Maven) mission, designed to answer the question “where did the Mars water go” launches today
Astronaut Marsha Ivins gave an inspiring talk at Columbia Engineering School,telling young girls to not back away from science & engineering
Last week at Columbia listened to a lecture from Astronaut Marsha Ivins and Time Magazine Science Editor Jeff Kluger
Beautiful sunset in New York City tonight pic.twitter.com/neTqP3HrOr
Latest episode of Inside the ISS - interview with Chris Cassidy right after his return to Earth:
I am pleased that students today at Columbia Engineering are very excited about the space program, I think I am meeting future astronauts
When I was a student 30 yrs ago Columbia Engineering School was almost all male, now it is over 40% female - a good trend for engineering
Last week I gave two lectures at Columbia in Mechanical Engineering and Astronomy classes, fun being on the opposite end of the classroom
You can also listen now to Cosmic Queries Gravity, the Movie w/ @neiltyson @chucknicecomic @Astro_Mike
on SoundCloud & Stitcher.
Tonight’s New Podcast – Cosmic Queries: Gravity, the Movie – w/ @neiltyson @chucknicecomic @Astro_Mike
. Listen now at startalkradio.net/show/cosmic-qu…
Football in the Bronx, NY - Fordham vs. Bucknell on a perfect fall day in New York City pic.twitter.com/rAB3gjRUFj
Congratulations to my friends @AstroRM @Astro_Wakata
and Misha for making it to orbit, will be great to follow their mission on ISS!
In Times Square to see the Soyuz launch on the big screen, 11:14 PM eastern time pic.twitter.com/bezjO4pe6s
The launch of the Soyuz with @AstroRM
, and Mikhail Tyurin to ISS will be broadcast live in Times Square in New York City
My friends Koichi Wakata, Mikhail Tyurin, and Rick Mastracchio launch to the ISS tonight with the Olympic torch! pic.twitter.com/9RucYZ8MvH
Fall colors in NYC on Marathon day pic.twitter.com/tQAmrP8Cuw
Lead male runners at the NYC Marathon running through Harlem, amazing athletes pic.twitter.com/1RpBUAv4yS
Female leaders in the NYC Marathon, awesome to be seeing this! pic.twitter.com/zxdvyVc1SE
Beautiful day in Central Park for the marathon pic.twitter.com/7q3CHEqGEF
Some of the athletes in the New York City Marathon pic.twitter.com/1Uiseqjlg0
First time in NYC during the marathon, I won't be running but will be cheering for the athletes - good luck to all the runners!
The 1st space-bound version of NASA’s Orion spacecraft was powered up last week at Kennedy Space Center pic.twitter.com/KS2cMreAmj
Congratulations to the Columbia University Men's Water Polo Team - 2nd Place New York Division Championships pic.twitter.com/qyrzv0l8fo
Fun article in today's Columbia student newspaper " The Columbia Spectator" about my "new mission" at the school: columbiaspectator.com/2013/10/22/nas…
Attended a faculty awards reception for Columbia Engineering,lots of honors received by some of the best engineering professors in the world
Researchers are using the Space Station to monitor water quality on Earth, check it out:
Low Library, Columbia University, this sight inspired me to attend Columbia Engineering School when I was 17 pic.twitter.com/zU6b3Ng9jm
One of the many pretty courtyards at Columbia University pic.twitter.com/c4vzVwwdPu
Watch Prof. Sam Sia from Columbia Engineering School describe the plans for the new Harlem Biospace Facility: youtube.com/watch?v=mEqfWy…
Listened to an amazing lecture by Prof. Sam Sia,from Columbia Engineering School - developing amazing small devices for medical diagnosis
New exciting results from the NASA Mars Rover Curiosity: Some pieces of rock that fell to Earth from space are indeed from Mars
Homecoming football game at Columbia - Go Lions! pic.twitter.com/bxmOMQB0fS
Dean Mary Boyce from Columbia Engineering School: "The world is entering a renaissance period in engineering."
Just listened to the new Dean of Columbia Engineering School, Mary Boyce, speak about the future of the school and engineering