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This is the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa, as seen – today – by our #JunoMission spacecraft from a distance of about 219 miles (352 kilometers). Click to see the full view! It shows a region near the moon’s equator called Annwn Regio. Learn more: missionjuno.swri.edu/news/nasa-s-ju…
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Luna, Maan, Ghealach, φεγγάρι, Lune, 月亮, ירח, Tungl. 🌕 No matter what you call it, we all celebrate the Moon. International Observe the Moon Night is on Oct. 1, and we want to see you#ObserveTheMoonn:go.nasa.gov/3r30k3XD7
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NASA TechLeap Prize winner @LabOrionAI launched its Quantum Earth Observatory in July on a @RavenAerostar balloon, enabling technology validation and the collection of thousands of images of small waterways. More about this successful TechLeap forward: go.nasa.gov/3rbFQ9r
NASA has conducted decades of research into using plants in space so astronauts can breathe clean air and eat fresh food. That work is seeing results on Earth, as one company has used it to inspire its own food-growing systems you can use for your family. go.nasa.gov/3xRXId9
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.@NASA will host a media teleconference at 2 pm ET today to discuss the decision to roll the #Artemis I vehicle back to @NASAKennedy's Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB). Teams secured @NASA_SLS & @NASA_Orion inside the VAB at ~9:15 am ET. go.nasa.gov/3SAFncy
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IMPACT SUCCESS! Watch from #DARTMIssion’s DRACO Camera, as the vending machine-sized spacecraft successfully collides with asteroid Dimorphos, which is the size of a football stadium and poses no threat to Earth.
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Tonight @NASA will crash an uncrewed spacecraft into an asteroid. On purpose. Yes, you read that correctly. And no, this is not a movie plot. The #DARTmission is the world’s first mission to test technology for defending Earth against potential asteroid or comet hazards!
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Fluids flow differently in space, even blood! For one of our latest projects, scientists created devices that mimic blood flow to study blood clot formation and progression in microgravity. This research could help protect human health in space & on Earth. go.nasa.gov/3zvRejU
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@NASAA and@NOAASatellitess’s#JPSSS-2 gets a lift! The weather satellite will be the 3rd in the Joint Polar Satellite System series which help forecasters gather data over land and sea. The Nov. 1 launch will be from@SLDelta300 on a@ulalaunchh#AtlasVV! nasa.gov/image-feature/…9
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Today, we’re celebrating #HispanicHeritageMonth and Dr. Frank Rubio’s first flight to the @Space_Station. @NASA_Astronauts Dr. Rubio is the first Salvadoran-American in space and is a board-certified physician and flight surgeon. go.nasa.gov/3fcHe97
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Teams have concluded today's cryogenic test for the #Artemis I mission to the Moon. All objectives were met during the test. The team will begin to evaluate the data, along with weather and other factors, to confirm readiness for a Sept. 27 launch attempt: go.nasa.gov/3f9v5Se
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Don't miss NIAC Symposium researcher presentations on high-performance spacesuits for Mars, extreme solar sailing, a space telescope for prospecting asteroids, and more concepts that could be game changers in space! Watch LIVE and participate in the event: nasa.6connex.com/event/exploreN…
Today at 12:30PM ET the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Symposium kicks off with keynote speaker @ErikaHamden, Astronomy Professor at @uarizona and Assistant Astronomer at the @azstewobs. Tune in LIVE: livestream.com/viewnow/niac20…
#Artemis Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson has given the “go” to officially begin loading propellants into the Space Launch System rocket as part of today’s Artemis I cryogenic demonstration test. NASA TV coverage is underway: go.nasa.gov/3SkzaRJ
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📺 Live now: tune into a video stream from the clean room where we're building a spacecraft bound for Jupiter's ocean moon Europa. For the next 30 minutes we'll be taking your chat questions:youtube.com/watch?v=nJ_D9o…i
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From ideas to advance ambitious human missions to robotically exploring distant worlds, the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program aims to transform future space technology by supporting early stage research. Tune in to watch our 2022 Symposium LIVE: livestream.com/viewnow/niac20…
LIVE NOW: @Astro_Pam kicks off the 2022 NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Symposium which will showcase researcher presentations on diverse topics like revolutionary exploration systems and visionary propulsion technologies. 📺Here's how to watch:livestream.com/viewnow/niac20…Rs
The NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Symposium, featuring futuristic technology concepts – like a lunar crater radio telescope on the far side of the Moon and Venus atmosphere sample return – could change the possible in space. Tune in live, Sept. 20-22: livestream.com/viewnow/niac20…
Join the TechRise Virtual Field Trip on Sept. 22 to participate in live Q&A with NASA experts, learn about the TechRise Student Challenge, high-altitude balloons, what it’s like to work in STEM, and the excitement of a hands-on technology project: bit.ly/3Ujiv2O
#ICYMI: NASA adjusts dates for Artemis I test and launch, watch an inflatable habitation burst pressure test, and celebrate 25 years of continuous robotic Mars exploration >> go.nasa.gov/3xvfgM5
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Astronaut Frank Rubio is set to launch on his first mission to the @Space_Station aboard a Soyuz rocket on Wed, Sept. 21 with crew members Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitri Petelin. Live coverage begins at 9am ET (13:00 UTC), liftoff at 9:54am ET (13:54 UTC): go.nasa.gov/3qM9TnR
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You can learn more about ReachBot and other visionary research studies that could one day change the possible in aeronautics and space! Tune in to our annual NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Symposium (Sept. 20-22): nasa.gov/content/niac-s…
Researchers are working on a robot concept that could change the way we explore Mars. ReachBot’s unique range of mobility could enable it to traverse deep pits, steep cliffs and other rugged features, making unexplored regions of Mars within reach: go.nasa.gov/3HRiJaU
Learn how this suite of medical diagnostic devices, rHEALTH, was developed with early support from the NASA SBIR/STTR program: go.nasa.gov/3DiZ304
Getting its start with NASA #smallbiz funding, the Reusable Handheld Electrolyte and Laboratory Technology for Humans (rHEALTH) is being tested on the @Space_Station to help astronauts evaluate their physical condition while living in microgravity: go.nasa.gov/3U9eGNo
MISSION UPDATE: The #CAPSTONE team continues recovery efforts with a focus on heating the spacecraft’s propulsion system. Communications with the spacecraft have improved. Get the latest: go.nasa.gov/3djWEYs
Explore one of the most detailed views ever returned from the Martian surface! Journey alongside @NASAPersevere in Jezero Crater, one of the best places on Mars to search for signs of ancient life.
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We’re providing funding of ~ 3 million a year to selected open science practitioners’ proposals! Ask all your questions about this opportunity at our next community forum: go.nasa.gov/3xgUorP. Receive the latest information: go.nasa.gov/3RAD9cU
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🔴 Live now: we're building a spacecraft that will explore Jupiter's intriguing ocean moon, Europa – and you can watch anytime. At 10am PT (1pm ET), we'll be taking your chat questions as well. Join us atbit.ly/clippercamY
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MISSION UPDATE: #CAPSTONE teams continue working to resolve a spacecraft issue. It remains on its intended trajectory to its unique orbit at the Moon as the team prepares to attempt a detumble operation to regain attitude control of the spacecraft: go.nasa.gov/3qydNk6
Live Now: Join leaders from NASA and @RiceUniversity to commemorate President John F. Kennedy’s historic “We choose to go to the Moon…” speech, in which he set our agency, and our country, on the path to explore worlds beyond our own. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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20 small businesses and their research institution partners received a total of $15.3M in #smallbiz funds to continue developing tech that could benefit our future work in areas like intelligent sensor systems, surface construction, and more: go.nasa.gov/3L5DTV0
"We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard." 60 years ago today, President John F. Kennedy's speech at Rice University inspired the nation to take up an audacious goal. Watch: go.nasa.gov/3qk31xQ
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CAPSTONE mission update: The CAPSTONE spacecraft is in safe mode following an issue during a trajectory correction maneuver on Thursday. Teams are in contact with the spacecraft and working towards a solution. More: blogs.nasa.gov/artemis/2022/0…
Techs move NASA’s LOFTID re-entry vehicle to a fixture for pre-launch processing. LOFTID will demo an inflatable decelerator, or aeroshell, that could help humans land on Mars! Ridesharing on @NOAASatellites #JPSS2, launch is targeted for Nov. 1 from CA on a @ulalaunch #AtlasV🚀s
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I had a great visit at @Int_Machines who will be delivering science investigations and @NASA_Technology demonstrations to the Moon. As part of @NASA’s ever-growing Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) initiative, they will provide crucial insight for the @NASAArtemis program!
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Queen Elizabeth II's reign spanned all of spaceflight, predating both Sputnik and Explorer 1. As we join the planet in marking her passing, we are moved by the curiosity Her Royal Highness showed our explorers over the years.
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LIVE NOW: @NASAArtemis experts give an update on next steps for the launch of the #Artemis I flight test around the Moon: youtu.be/pCHRVoRxSGI
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NASA has selected @Axiom_Space to deliver a moonwalking system including advanced spacesuits for #Artemis III, the mission that will land Americans on the surface of the Moon for the first time in over fifty years. go.nasa.gov/3x3Zurh
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Congratulations to our CLICK A team on a successful deployment from the @Space_Station this morning! Initial telemetry data indicates that the spacecraft is happy, healthy, and on track for commissioning. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/3BgpVMS 🛰️I
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Our TechLeap Prize aims to rapidly identify and test solutions to some of the biggest technology challenges in space. Join today's webinar (1:00 P.M. ET) to hear how innovative winning teams leveraged this unique mechanism: go.nasa.gov/3RklQg6
#NASATOPS seeks to accelerate the engagement of the scientific community in open science practices. Join our next community forum on Sept. 8 to discuss how @NASASpaceSci & Heliophysics are using #OpenData practices featuring @SamGebre1 & @AeroSciengineer: go.nasa.gov/3crKGeY
3... 2... 1... 🚀 #OTDD in 1977 at 8:56am ET,@NASAVoyagerr 1 launched into space atop Titan/Centaur-6 from@NASAKennedyy. Cheers to more discoveries to come, Voyager 1. You've exceeded our wildest expectations.I
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The #Artemis I mission to the Moon has been postponed. Teams attempted to fix an issue related to a leak in the hardware transferring fuel into the rocket, but were unsuccessful. Join NASA leaders later today for a news conference. Check for updates: youtu.be/JWAA5P-iFJs
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Teams are preparing for the launch of the #Artemis I mission to the Moon. Watch coverage of the rocket tanking process: youtu.be/JWAA5P-iFJs
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Are you a U.S. company developing satellite servicing capabilities? Let's chat! Register for our 2022 In-space Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing workshop at @NASAGoddard from Oct. 17-18. Virtual and in-person participants are welcome! eventbrite.com/e/403488273287
After a recent successful flight test above the mountains north of California’s Mojave Desert, with @astrobotic, we are continuing to advance two precision landing sensor systems that could be used for future lunar and Martian touchdowns. Learn more: nasa.gov/feature/nasa-a…
Winners of our first TechLeap Prize launched payloads this summer on @RavenAerostar high-altitude balloons – testing innovative #sensing systems from stratospheric heights. First to launch, @BroncoSpace Lab’s Bronco Ember #wildfire tracking system: go.nasa.gov/3AzJC0E
Scheduled to launch in 2024, the Europa Clipper will soon be on its way to Jupiter’s moon Europa to find out if the icy celestial body could be suitable for life. First its High Gain Antenna (HGA) had to go through testing at @NASA_Langley. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/3KAEEoS
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Exploring our closest cosmic neighbor, the Moon, will require instruments that can operate autonomously for years in the harsh lunar environment. A #NASAScience team is developing a suitcase-sized suite of instruments to meet this challenge: go.nasa.gov/3Q1gkO5
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