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The first unpowered test flight of the HL-10 lifting body was #OTD in 1966 go.nasa.gov/10qBexR pic.twitter.com/saBKYfBOEK
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TDIH 2006: Space Shuttle Discovery landed on mission STS-116 to rewire the #ISS: ow.ly/Ghevc Image: @NASA pic.twitter.com/xefaHlG1d4
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#HappyBirthday cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko - Mir, ISS, Space Shuttle veteran. Here on EVA in 2012. pic.twitter.com/jSUQVEQnq2
#SolarSunday Butterfly emerges from stellar demise in planetary nebula NGC 6302 #Hubble25 go.nasa.gov/1yEFgMk pic.twitter.com/ej7HrMBqQD
Vega 2 was launched #OTD in 1984 to study Venus and Comet Halley go.nasa.gov/1yEEu1R pic.twitter.com/QsQI6O5SGa
#Happybirthday to astronaut Millie Hughes-Fulford, Payload Specialist on STS-40 go.nasa.gov/1yECOFz pic.twitter.com/tyUsuQ5ObB
#NOW in 1968, Apollo 8 launches, humanity's 1st trip to the Moon, 1st to witness Earthrise go.nasa.gov/1Diu3ZV pic.twitter.com/MQZtr3EyB5
Project Eclipse takes flight for the first tie #OTD in 1997 go.nasa.gov/1usDM6o pic.twitter.com/Y4Pbn2ewJz
Since the 1939 ground breaking of Ames' lab, @NASAAmes also broke ground on many fronts: 1.usa.gov/13gMLAc pic.twitter.com/Mg3Z5E6CGv
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The NACA selected Ames to be its 2nd aeronautical research laboratory #OTD in 1939 go.nasa.gov/1usDtIR pic.twitter.com/VPChAHSbSk
Today marks @NASAAmes's 75th Anniversary. This 1943 pic shows construction of a wind tunnel: 1.usa.gov/1xy7nlg pic.twitter.com/EGJPRydLIb
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Read the amazing story of Milt Thompson’s ejection from a JF-104A, #OTD in 1962 go.nasa.gov/15egzxA pic.twitter.com/ZutUlEBXwB
#OTD in 2011, 1st Earth-size exoplanet orbiting a Sun-like star reported by Kepler team go.nasa.gov/tHUohe pic.twitter.com/SVcIxc7zmx
#NOW in 1999, STS-103, the third Hubble servicing mission, launched go.nasa.gov/WoSefT pic.twitter.com/7d9O9G4RVa
#Today in 1960, MR-1A launches as 1st successful Mercury test flight with a 15-min flight go.nasa.gov/1usK0TY pic.twitter.com/hIthN8wiZu
#Today in 1972, Apollo 17 lands safely in the Pacific, returning 243 lbs of lunar material go.nasa.gov/1usJvcx pic.twitter.com/uwuSfjLYkU
#Happybirth to astronaut Mike fossum aka @astro_aggie veteran of STS-121, 124 & Expedition 29 Commander pic.twitter.com/1K8RxfrAu5
#Happybirthday to astronaut Fred Leslie, veteran of STS-73, which carried the Spacelab module go.nasa.gov/WoCI3F pic.twitter.com/seUJiicPVa
#OTD in 1954, Richard Whitcomb receives Collier Trophy for development of the “area rule” go.nasa.gov/18WhGSD pic.twitter.com/GBFD2k3JtF
Curbeam's partner on that STS-116 EVA - Sweden's 1st astronaut Christer Fuglesang @CFuglesang pic.twitter.com/oMqX8FAoMc
#OTD in 2006, Bob Curbeam performs 4th EVA on STS-116, most of any single Shuttle or other space flight #TBT pic.twitter.com/FPnVxGddMI
#Today in 1965, Gemini VII lands following a then record 14-day mission go.nasa.gov/THHO9h pic.twitter.com/Qy60hrIKgn
#Happybirthday to astronaut Andy Thomas, veteran of 5 Shuttle missions & 141 days on Mir go.nasa.gov/SNVS5I pic.twitter.com/I33Jbvz9JH
#Happybirthday to @esa astronaut Reinhold Ewald, veteran of a mission to Mir in 1997 go.nasa.gov/1dkvcPf pic.twitter.com/ep4Ladkgzo