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The @OrbitalATK #Cygnus approaches the space station for a grapple at 7:05am ET.
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Camera on @NASA's #Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows signs of the @ESA_EDM lander.
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AND LIFTOFF! Launch of @astro_kimbrough & crewmates launching to @Space_Station. Watch:
.@astro_kimbrough talks about preparing for his career as a @NASA astronaut before launching today to the station.
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"Flying over the Earth at night, I love watching city lights on whole continents pass by." #AstroKate
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We are GO for launch tomorrow at 8:03pm EDT!
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No extension cord is long enough to reach another planet; so we're making spacecraft power systems more efficient.
Discover a treasure of @chandraxray images from its digital archive: #ArchivesMonth
We’re on a #JourneyToMars! Check out our @NASAExhibit at the #WHFrontiers Conference on @WhiteHouse Snapchat.
Cameras outside the station captured views of Hurricane Nicole on Oct. 12. For more info:…
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This week in solar system, Mars. Learn about its past and our future there. Get the details:…
“California – the beautiful Golden State viewed from space.” #AstroKate
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In1965, a national TV audience watched as Ranger 9 impacted the moon. Watch the video:
Our @CassiniSaturn spacecraft captured this view of Earth's moon as it sped on its journey:
It’s International #ObserveTheMoon Night! Find events local to you and join in on the fun:
.@NASA_Rain's GPM core satellite captures 3-D views of Hurricane Matthew
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Tour the moon…from your phone! The Moon Tour app lets you explore the surface:
About 30 million years from now, a massive cloud of gas will collide with the Milky Way:
Discover the science behind Hurricane #Matthew today at 1pm ET on Facebook Live. Join us:
Our @Space_Station crew focused its cameras on Hurricane #Matthew from more than 250 miles above the Earth
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