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Observe an #asteroid flyby with scientists tonight from 11pm-1am ET: @AsteroidWatch
It's the International Year of Light! @chandraxray celebrates w/ pics: @IYL2015 @UN #IYL2015
Scientists observe an #asteroid as it safely passes by Earth. Join them tonight at 11pm ET:
.@NOAASatellites eyes developing US Nor'easter. Blizzard conditions expected #Snowmageddon2015
Go behind the scenes Feb 2 at a @NASA location nearest you! Register now: #NASASocial
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.@NASASMAP, set to launch Thursday, will track a tiny cog that keeps cycles spinning:
Majestic peaks and trails! Happy 100th anniversary @RockyNPS So much beauty to behold in our @NatlParkService
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Watch the skies! Asteroid to safely fly by Earth tonight. Join us at 11pm ET: @NASA_Marshall
Are you watching our @Commercial_Crew briefing on flying US crews in 2017? Live: #askNASA
Would Administrator Bolden, a former astronaut, fly on @Commercial_Crew? Yes, "in a heartbeat.” #LaunchAmerica
.@BoeingDefense & @SpaceX plan to launch astronauts in 2017. Update at 12p ET: Q? Use #askNASA
A winter storm is expected across the eastern U.S. today. GOES false-color imagery, 1/26/15.
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What's going on with @Commercial_Crew? Watch an update at noon ET:… Have a Q? Use #AskNASA
It's the International Year of Light! @chandraxray celebrates w/ pics: @IYL2015 @UN #IYL2015
New models help scientists track the magnetic field lines of the Sun: @NASASunEarth
#Asteroid to fly by Earth safely tomorrow. Latest details & facts: @AsteroidWatch
.@NASA_Technology helped discover new sources of water in one of the driest regions on Earth:
Sunny day in #Argentina from Tierra Del Fuego to San Jorge Gulf. The southernmost point of South America.
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.@NASASMAP launches Thursday to study water in the soil. Test your knowledge of soil moisture:
Our missions offer new insight into what creates giant solar explosions: @NASASunEarth