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Tune in now to NASA TV for a briefing on the upcoming #ISS #spacewalk - nasa.gov/ntv    pic.twitter.com/F32VzZFsK0
Weather is 40% "go" for today's @SpaceX launch.  #ISS is ready for the ~2.5 tons of science & supplies on Dragon! pic.twitter.com/Q3HnTWv4rN
The @SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is on its launch pad, poised for launch at 3:25p ET today to #ISS   pic.twitter.com/rhXcKDjryG
Ground controllers @NASAAmes confirmed LADEE impacted the surface of the moon, as planned. Stay tuned for details! nasa.gov/ladee
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Astronauts on #ISS gear up for Wednesday's spacewalk & tomorrow's @SpaceX cargo launch: nasa.gov/content/astron…  pic.twitter.com/LTtm0WHAKW
What's out new header image? @NASAKepler's newly discovered Earth-size planet in habitable zone of another star!   pic.twitter.com/H7MQ5FQhjn
Rover Selfie! Wind cleaned dust off Opportunity @MarsRovers solar panels, aiding science: nasa.gov/jpl/mer/solar-…  pic.twitter.com/M5nDSK4vtY
Your ticket to #STEM adventure - every Thursday in @NASAedu's #Education Express!! go.nasa.gov/18dvOs7
An unusual perspective of #JWST's Near Infrared Spectrograph being installed into the flight instrument module: Credit: NASA/Chris Gunn #NASA #tech #space #instacool #bestoftheday #Goddard
Hudgins: The @NASAKepler team has developed a plan for 2-wheel control. It's now a proposal in NASA's Sr. Review! go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Quintana: This planet was validated using the first four years of @NASAKepler's data. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Barclay: M-dwarfs have hardly changed over time. That's why its so difficult to tell their age! go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Meadows: We have no definitive evidence that shows a possible atmosphere on this planet. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Meadows: This Kepler 186-F exoplanet absorbs more energy from its star than Earth does from our sun! go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Meadows: What makes this finding interesting is studying the way the planet interacts with its star!  go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Barclay: Kepler 186F circles its star in an orbit like that of Mercury. Therefore, it's more like an Earth cousin. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Barclay:  M-dwarfs are cooler, smaller & dimmer than our Sun. They are great targets for possible habitable worlds. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Quintana: Kepler-186F is closest to Earth in size. It's the first planet we've found that may be habitable. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
An Earth-like planet? @NASAKepler found its 1st Earth-size planet in the habitable zone!  go.nasa.gov/1lcqNSR   pic.twitter.com/RTw65Qy9Ef
Quintana: There are five planets round this star. The inner four are spinning more quickly than Kepler-186F. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Quintana: Evidence shows that other habitable worlds like ours possibly exist. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Our next mission, TESS that launches in 2017, will survey the whole sky for transiting exoplanets! go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
This new result is based on analysis of data gathered during @NASAKepler’s first four-plus years of operation. go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Just a few weeks ago, we were here announcing 715 Exoplanets! Questions? Use #AskNASA! go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr
Live tweeting of the @NASAKepler news telecon will start momentarily. Send your questions to #AskNASA! go.nasa.gov/a9QFZr