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🛰@NASAEarthh satellites have got America covered from coast to coast. Check out some of the work we’re doing in your home state at our#SpaceForUSS interactive:go.nasa.gov/3Ahu3vK0s
Twenty-five years ago today, a true pioneer touched down. Sojourner proved we could drive on Mars; each rover since has done true overland exploration. I’m the fifth in this line, collecting samples that could one day return to Earth and rewrite history. Onward.
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Baby, you're a firework. 🎆 Elements that give#July4thh fireworks their striking colors were forged in the heat of stars... just like the elements inside of you.go.nasa.gov/3P6gfZrmo
MISSION UPDATE: Separation success! Our #CAPSTONE spacecraft has released from @RocketLab’s Photon upper stage and started its solo journey to the Moon. The pathfinder is scheduled to arrive at its lunar orbit on Nov. 13. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/3I9sWjT
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Cosmic rays on Mars can break down organic molecules faster than we thought—so we might have to dig a bit deeper to find signs of ancient life on the Red Planet: go.nasa.gov/3uph0on
One of the most massive black holes is putting a spin on the way scientists think black holes interact with their surroundings. At a size between three and 30 billion solar masses, discover why this black hole is rotating half as fast as others: go.nasa.gov/3OIIc9O
Babe, you OK? You haven't touched your Gravity Assist podcast episode about possible diamond rain on Neptune and Uranus yet: go.nasa.gov/3IafcW2
This week @ NASA: A satellite launches to test a new orbit around the Moon, #Cygnus departs the @Space_Station, and teams prepare #Artemis I for its upcoming launch. To get more space in your life, subscribe: nasa.gov/subscribe
Summer nights call for stargazing! Look out for some of July’s celestial events, including the planets of dawn, the “Dog Days of Summer” and an astronomical teapot pointing to the center of the Milky Way. All this and more in this month's What’s Up: go.nasa.gov/3yAPbvQ
🗓️ Mark your calendars for Tuesday, July 12 at 10:30am ET (14:30 UTC) as we release the first images from@NASAWebbb. Join an event, virtually or in your community, and celebrate with us as we#UnfoldTheUniversee:go.nasa.gov/3R0LQxpem
Together with the @girlscouts, we continue to work to inspire girls to explore science and technology, and imagine their role in space exploration. We're even flying patches to the Moon and back: go.nasa.gov/3yAv9Sc
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¡En vivo! En @TwitterSpaces, la ingeniera Diana Trujillo habla sobre su carrera en @NASA: desde su pasantía en @NASAGoddard a su trabajo con Marte en @NASAJPL, hasta llegar a directora de vuelo en @NASA_Johnson. ¿Tienes preguntas? Ponlas en los comentarios bit.ly/3bILWcE
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#Pride Month comes to a close, but we continue to celebrate the shared humanity that empowers us to explore our planet and the cosmos. Take a look at some of the stars that help us shine⚡️ twitter.com/i/events/15426…
As part of the kickoff for #Lightyear, @ChrisEvans visited JPL and interviewed @AstroMarshburn, who consulted on the film, and two members of the @Space_Station crew. Chris learned what it’s like to work and live in Earth orbit.
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We are capable. The prelaunch rehearsal is complete. Soon, #Artemis I will fly on an uncrewed mission around the Moon. Humanity's return to the lunar surface is imminent. nasa.gov/artemis
LIVE: Join us for an #AsteroidDay AMA! NASA experts are answering your questions on @Reddit (in English and en español) about how we find, track, and work to deflect asteroids and other near-Earth objects: go.nasa.gov/39ZI3Qp
A sound investment 🚀 Sounding rockets are small, instrument-carrying research rockets designed to take measurements in space without the wait time of longer missions. Find out how these quick flights unlock mysteries of the solar system:go.nasa.gov/3y2zOL7oA
Stargazers, be sure to look up tonight. ✨ With clear skies, the stars in the night sky will appear bright because our Moon is in its new phase, where the Moon is in the same part of the sky as the Sun, making it invisible to those on Earth. go.nasa.gov/3QUEBa1
LIVE NOW: With less than two weeks until we see the first images from @NASAWebb, teams give an update on the space telescope that will #UnfoldTheUniverse: youtu.be/IrEGNjuC97s
Help NASA scientists solve a fundamental mystery about Mars! 🔎 Identify clouds in data collected by our Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and you can contribute to the understanding of the Red Planet:go.nasa.gov/3nmqEnSuQ
We collaborated with @googlearts to celebrate stories of #Pride from our workforce highlighting the diversity, individuality, and shared humanity that empowers us to explore our planet and the cosmos: bit.ly/39XaY7E
We're now planning to launch @SpaceX's CRS-25 resupply mission to the @Space_Station no earlier than Wednesday, July 14. Follow our #CRS25 blog for the latest schedule updates: blogs.nasa.gov/crs-25/
"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." - Ralph Waldo Emerson Our #CAPSTONE mission has launched to test a new type of lunar orbit, blazing a trail that will help take #Artemis missions to the Moon: go.nasa.gov/39VWll0
Departure confirmed. The S.S. Piers Sellers, named after the late astronaut and NASA climate scientist, has departed the @Space_Station. @northropgrumman’s Cygnus spacecraft is now in free flight for a safe return to Earth: blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/
LIVE NOW: Watch the @Space_Station's robotic arm Canadarm2 release @northropgrumman's Cygnus cargo spacecraft after four months at the orbiting laboratory. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
The Cygnus cargo spacecraft is now set to depart the @Space_Station at 7:05am ET (11:05 UTC). Live coverage begins at 6:45am ET (10:45 UTC): nasa.gov/live
Liftoff! #CAPSTONE launched aboard a @RocketLab Electron rocket to pave the way for future @NASAArtemis missions to the Moon and beyond. What’s next for the microwave oven-sized satellite? Check out blogs.nasa.gov/artemis for updates.
LIVE: Watch our coverage of the #CAPSTONE launch. The satellite will test a unique lunar orbit that combines the best of close and distant orbit paths. Liftoff is set for 5:55am ET (9:55 UTC). twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
This weekend, we launched a suborbital rocket from northern Australia to study X-rays deep within the Milky Way. Next up Down Under? Two missions measuring ultraviolet light from Alpha Centauri, supporting our search for life on other worlds: go.nasa.gov/3QQtZZS twitter.com/NASAExpedition…
Live video coverage of Northrop Grumman’s uncrewed Cygnus space freighter’s departure from the International @Space_Station is set for 5:45am ET (9:45 UTC) on Tuesday, June 28. More details: go.nasa.gov/3xQivg8
LAUNCH UPDATE: @RocketLab is targeting June 28 for the launch of #CAPSTONE, our orbit-finder for the @NASA_Gateway mission to the Moon. Live coverage begins at 5am ET (09:00 UTC) here and on nasa.gov/live.
LAUNCH UPDATE: We're standing down from the June 27 launch attempt for #CAPSTONE to allow @RocketLab to perform final systems checks. Teams are evaluating weather and other factors to determine the date of the next launch attempt. Details: go.nasa.gov/3u4zdHB
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This week, we named seven new flight directors to lead astronaut missions, @MarsCuriosity captured stunning landscape images, and we selected concepts for tech that could power future exploration of the Moon. Subscribe for more space videos: youtube.com/nasa
These images? They’re Mars! @NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is releasing one of its last rainbow-colored maps, revealing dozens of minerals found on the Red Planet’s surface. The 5.6-gigapixel map will be released in batches over the next six months. go.nasa.gov/39MbGnW
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Congratulations to John Williams on receiving the Exceptional Public Achievement Medal. His unforgettable film scores, including Star Wars, have inspired curiosity in many of us. We’ve been fortunate to incorporate his work into NASA concerts at the @kencen and around the world. twitter.com/NatSymphonyDC/…
Although #MissionToPsyche does not have a path to launch in 2022, I am incredibly proud of this team. Despite the many obstacles they faced, this team persevered to find solutions to bring this mission this far. twitter.com/NASA/status/15…
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Some decisions aren't easy, but they're the right ones to make. Our #MissionToPsyche won't make its planned 2022 launch attempt. An independent review board (usually experts from government, academia & industry) will look at options for next steps: go.nasa.gov/3Nsg9du
"A piece of my story that I think needs to get told is that broken crayons still color." Tyrone McCoy, NASA public affairs specialist, is one of our Faces of #Pride. Read on: go.nasa.gov/3Ned7tb
LIVE NOW – Tune in for the latest about #Artemis I, and what’s next for the mega Moon rocket and spacecraft: go.nasa.gov/3A3K1K8
We will hold a teleconference at 2pm ET (18:00 UTC) today, June 24, to provide an update on our upcoming mission to study the Psyche asteroid. Details: go.nasa.gov/3A40cHm
At 11 am ET, engineers and administrators will give an update on the #Artemis I mission to the Moon. Hear what lies ahead for @NASA_SLS and @NASA_Orion before launch: nasa.gov/live
Our CAPSTONE satellite is expected to launch no earlier than Monday, June 27, at 6am ET (10:00 UTC). The small microwave oven-sized satellite will test an experimental orbit around the Moon to be used by @NASA_Gateway, our lunar space station. go.nasa.gov/3NgrGfF
Moon news: Join us tomorrow, June 24 at 11 am ET (15:00 UT), as we discuss the @NASA_SLS rocket & @NASA_Orion spacecraft, their trip back to the Vehicle Assembly building, and remaining objectives after the latest test & before the launch of #Artemis I: go.nasa.gov/3zWD65n
LIVE NOW: Join @TwitterWomen and @WomenNASA for a chat with Janet Petro, the first woman to lead @NASAKennedy. Have questions? Use the hashtag #TitleIX, and we may answer them live. twitter.com/i/spaces/1LyxB…
A parade of planets is underway, and for the next two days, the crescent Moon will join the crowd. Where are you watching from? Share your planetary alignment photos with us—bonus points if the weather is good: go.nasa.gov/3OfK6hS
The landmark law #TitleIX opened up a universe of possibility for women, including Janet Petro, the 1st woman director of @NASAKennedy. Join @TwitterWomen and @WomenNASA as Title IX turns 50. Tweet questions using #TitleIX and we may answer them live. twitter.com/i/spaces/1LyxB…
Ready for liftoff! We've selected seven new flight directors to oversee NASA's future missions to the @Space_Station, the Moon, and beyond from @NASA_Johnson's Mission Control Center. Meet the crew: go.nasa.gov/39QzNSp
Our new #CitizenScience project is live! Help us @DoNASAScience using #JunoMission pictures to identify different kinds of storms and clouds. The data will help us all learn more about Jupiter. Be a vortex hunter: science.nasa.gov/citizenscience
Are we alone in the universe? We don’t have the answer yet, but we are looking! In this episode, our Curious Universe podcast dives into the ways we search signs of life on other planets, alongside @NASAAstrobio scientists and experts. Check it out: go.nasa.gov/3n4r1mU
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