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Right place, right time: Twin Van Allen Probe spacecraft saw an event caused by the fallout of a geomagnetic storm go.nasa.gov/2noQ5p4
We're testing a new data transfer system that can stream the equivalent of 8 high-def movies each second: go.nasa.gov/2nFWBdb
One of our planet’s few exposed lava lakes is changing, and artificial intelligence is helping us understand how: go.nasa.gov/2nFYkiv
A supermassive black hole inside a tiny galaxy is challenging our ideas about what happens when two galaxies merge: go.nasa.gov/2nFYh6u
Success! The RS-25 engine controller - the 'brain' - for our @NASA_SLS rocket successfully test fired on Thursday: go.nasa.gov/2nozyRW
Our @NASA_ICESat2 mission can measure time to within a fraction of a billionth of a second! Learn more: go.nasa.gov/2nFwNh9
Satellites watched as Tropical Cyclone Debbie intensified into a hurricane off the coast of eastern Australia: go.nasa.gov/2nFi1qT
Bright dashes in Saturn's rings are "propellers"--too small to be moons, but larger than the surrounding particles: go.nasa.gov/2nFhghD
Like a galaxy of swirling storms, this color-enhanced image of Jupiter was acquired by our @NASAJuno spacecraft: go.nasa.gov/2o9I6MJ
Tropical cyclone Caleb formed Thursday near Sumatra and was captured by our GPM satellite. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/2o9zGEL @NASA_Rain
Illuminated by skylight, these gullies on Mars form in the winter when there is carbon dioxide frost on the ground: go.nasa.gov/2o9y6Tq
Here I go again! I’ll make my 5th flyby over #Jupiter's cloud tops on Monday, March 27, at 1:52am PT (8:52 UTC) missionjuno.swri.edu/news/juno-set-…
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Our engineers test fired the @NASA_SLS rocket's RS-25 engine controller for a full-duration 500 seconds. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/2nliTP9
In a simulated Martian environment here on Earth, Joshua Ehrlich is spending his time in isolation growing crops: go.nasa.gov/2nldcRo
Where did life come from? Apply to attend our #NASASocial April 24/25 in AZ & discover the science of astrobiology: go.nasa.gov/2nl0q5p
Working with @FAANews,we put crash test dummies & baggage to the test for airplane safety: go.nasa.gov/2nlfKip @NASAAero @NASA_Langley
After ~2 week search, @OSIRISREx craft didn’t see any new Earth-Trojans (asteroids that co-orbit the sun with Earth) go.nasa.gov/2nkJeNk
Another long exposure picture: Our vehicles are unmoved by the passing city lights and star trails #Proxima flic.kr/p/RRdcqi
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Using the same age-old steps of weaving, this small business is now weaving material that will be sent to Mars! go.nasa.gov/2nkkwgf
This week on @Space_Station: @SpaceX's #Dragan splashed down w/ 5,400+ lbs of cargo, crew performed spacewalk & more! Qs? Use #spacetoground
Zooming in on the A ring, our @CassiniSaturn spacecraft revealed narrow, detailed structures. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/2nkcPqa
The coral barrier breaks the waves and protects the lagoon of this uninhabited island in the archipelago of Los Roques, Venezuela 🇻�uK
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A rainbow of colors highlights varying mineral compositions on this Martian hill, located in the Juventae Chasma: go.nasa.gov/2nhOilu
Many-faced comet…@ESA_Rosetta finds surface changes on Comet 67P after recent trip through the inner solar system: go.nasa.gov/2nhVVst
Permanently shadowed & icy regions on dwarf plant Ceres are signatures of its varying orbit angle over 24,500 years go.nasa.gov/2nhOcdC
 
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