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As astronauts added a new section to the ISS, a deadly ammonia leak threatened their safety. bit.ly/1YMC8AH
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When a solar panel ripped, the safety of the ISS and the crew onboard was put in jeopardy. bit.ly/1l0mFdR
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SpaceX wants humans on Mars by 2025. bit.ly/23gH9jt
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What is this thick, milky rain... and where did it come from? #NASAsUnexplainedFiles bit.ly/1oyIyT6
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These are the world's smallest flying quadcopters, also called nano-drones. bit.ly/295DDYc
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The first asteroid, Ceres, was discovered by Giuseppe Piazzi in 1801. #AsteroidDay
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Jupiter was recently hit by an asteroid. bit.ly/1UZcsP2
Hubble spotted these gorgeous auroras in Jupiter’s atmosphere!
Space junk fell to Earth and crashed through this family's roof. bit.ly/1ObTvqk
The effects of space trash can be devastating... and deadly. bit.ly/1Y6hEjV
In order to visit Titan, scientists sacrificed Voyager 1 to interstellar space. bit.ly/28ZazNO
Cosmonauts on the Mir space station once found a floating liquid ball full of microorganisms.bit.ly/1pyw1Ap
The Bubble Nebula is 7,100 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cassiopeia. bit.ly/1U6wKAe
A Japanese man found a novel way to stop his laptop from overheating: stacks of copper coins bit.ly/29dyigX
Solar wind blows into the Kuiper Belt creating a giant bubble around our solar system. bit.ly/1JcfYAP
Earth has a "mini moon" that has danced with it around the solar system for a hundred years. on.mash.to/1sJ5UIx
A team of scientists recreated the meteorite strike that killed the dinosaurs. #AsteroidDay bit.ly/1OeJyI0
Dwarf planet Ceres is one of the largest objects in the asteroid belt between Mars & Jupiter bit.ly/1QvNVO5
Some scientists believe we could potentially paint an asteroid and change its overall course bit.ly/22jWkbs
Learn how sci-fi inspires the real science of space exploration with @Museum_SciFi #EV2016 bit.ly/28XXXa9
This is one of the smallest meteorites ever found on Earth. bit.ly/29ib9Ym
NASA has a division dedicated to tracking and defending Earth from asteroids. bit.ly/1nsKigG
Pitbull discovered just days before close approach on 9/7/14, the 60 ft rock passed within 25k miles!
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