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#Remembering Hugh Dryden, Director of the NACA and first Deputy Administrator of NASA on his #Birthday pic.twitter.com/njJ8NJB9TZ
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#HappyBirthday to astronaut Wendy Lawrence, veteran of STS-67, STS-86, STS-91 & STS-114 pic.twitter.com/ByNtjgc6DP
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#HappyBirthday to astronaut Linda Godwin, veteran of STS-37, STS-59, STS-76, and STS-108 go.nasa.gov/15YJsZ2 pic.twitter.com/GwymA8gb6w
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#OTD 2 July 1985, 30 yrs ago, @esa's Giotto launch - starting Europe's cometary adventures @esascience @ESA_Rosetta pic.twitter.com/FgLj5rdI9j
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#NOW (5:56 am EDT) in 2014, OCO-2 launched; dedicated to studying atmospheric CO2 go.nasa.gov/1U4LOBK pic.twitter.com/0AVx9dSoiP
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#NOW (2:02 p.m. EDT) STS-94 launched from Kennedy Space Center; 2nd flight of the Microgravity Science Laboratory pic.twitter.com/9T1ZhGM3Rt
An adult osprey guards its young in a nest built on a platform at @NASAKennedy in Florida #WildlifeWednesday pic.twitter.com/qMbT63XYfm
TDIH 1976: Viking 1 spacecraft signal triggered ribbon cutting at opening of our Museum in DC ow.ly/P1Z1H pic.twitter.com/TgwkRQYdzC
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U.S. spaceships have changed a lot since 1st 1-person capsules in both size & capability #TransformationTuesday pic.twitter.com/HRPixlAI16
#Today in 1905, Albert Einstein published “On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies;” introduces special relativity pic.twitter.com/9ODZ3IgXfC
#OTD in 1967, the U.S. Air Force selected Robert Lawrence Jr. as the first African American astronaut candidate pic.twitter.com/65hznbOXnE
#OTD in 1908, asteroid explodes near Tunguska River; largest impact in recorded history go.nasa.gov/15Jwcaw pic.twitter.com/VDDyEtA0wK
#NOW (9:00 am EDT) in 2006 TDRS 8 launched; provides communications to Earth-orbiting missions go.nasa.gov/11FgsYq pic.twitter.com/oIPqUT4jlM
#HappyBirthday to astronaut Steve Oswald, STS-42 & STS-56 pilot; STS-67 commander go.nasa.gov/1mmXhYO pic.twitter.com/8jt5uSqBSZ
#OTD in 1965, Joe Engle flew the X-15 to 280,600 feet, qualifying him for astronaut’s wings go.nasa.gov/1diZ6Jd pic.twitter.com/o1iIb6yBFw
#NOW (9:00 EDT) in 1995, Atlantis became 1st shuttle to dock w/ Russian space station Mir go.nasa.gov/KDhWWT pic.twitter.com/pUOtL30Zf8
#Remembering French writer and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupery on his #birthday pic.twitter.com/6i9uAgb56I
#Remembering Dobrovolsky, Volkov, & Patsayev, who died #OTD in 1971 during Soyuz 11’s reentry go.nasa.gov/1diXHCx pic.twitter.com/CwwXGOFQEX
#Today in 2014, 1st #LDSD test-flight; studied technologies for landing large payloads on Mars go.nasa.gov/1HhzEC6 pic.twitter.com/ZRjjCs2OL9




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