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The ocean reminding me that this is still planet Earth!
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LIVE NOW: Tour our flying lab that’s studying air pollution in South Korea:… #EarthExpedition
Take a tour of our #EarthExpedition flying laboratory tonight on @facebook Live at 10pm ET:
We’re combining satellite images with novel algorithms to monitor hazardous thunderstorms:
A planetary transit, Eta Aquarid meteor shower and a few other things to know this week:…
Water-world #Enceladus seems to float atop #Saturn's rings as captured by our #Cassini mission. By most predictions prior to Cassini's arrival at Saturn, a moon the size of Enceladus (313 miles, 504 kilometers across) would have been expected to be a dead, frozen world. But Enceladus displays remark
Earth has a new lightning capital, according to a recent study, Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela:
Like a drop of dew upon a leaf, the water-world Enceladus appears to sit atop Saturn’s rings
Promising worlds found around nearby ultra-cool dwarf star set to be studied by our missions
Take a tour of our flying lab that's studying air pollution at 10pm ET on @facebook Live:
Today, 4 people will simulate a real deep space mission without ever actually leaving Earth:
It’s #SmallBusiness Week! Want your #SmallBiz to work with us? Here’s how:… #DreamSmallBiz
Elongated arch of dark, cool plasma rose up at the edge of the sun before breaking apart:
One-of-a-kind camera added to @SOFIAtelescope allows study of early stages of star formation
New elevation map created from @NASANewHorizons data shows Pluto’s “sunken heart”. Details:
A real-life bay watch. See how satellite observations helped monitor the Santa Monica Bay:
New research gives clues about patterns called “lunar swirls” that appear on moon's surface:
A starshade, giant structure that blocks the glare of stars, could help take pics of planets
Did you know our @NASAWebbTelescp’s mirrors are coated in a very fine film of vaporized gold
Views of April 17 Solar Flare! An active region on the sun’s right side released a mid-level solar flare, captured here by our Solar Dynamics Observatory. This solar flare caused moderate radio blackouts, according to NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center. Scientists study active regions – which ar
Massive #storm northeast of #Japan. I'm surprised it doesn't have a name yet. #weather @Space_Station
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Want to see @Space_Station in the night sky? Visit #SpotTheStation to see when to look up:
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