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Jack Fischer
A USAF Officer, former test pilot & astronaut--hoping to pass along my passion for space & the Air Force I love--I dare you to dream! Views are my own
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NASA Feb 13
for being the little rover that could! A planned 90-day mission to explore Mars turned into 15 years of ground-breaking discoveries and record-breaking achievements. Here's a look:
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Peggy Whitson Feb 11
Celebrating Women in science. If you’re passionate about science - reach for the stars! Here’s to the future generations of women who’s scientific contributions will advance humanity in space exploration. Happy !
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AF Space Command Feb 8
One of our own from Schriever AFB! Thank you for your contribution to our mission.
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NASA STEM Engagement Feb 5
Did you know has been living on the for about 2 months already? One of her favorite experiences so far happened about 9 minutes after launch—when she saw her first sunrise from space! Listen to the video to hear Anne describe what it looked like.
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Virgin Galactic Feb 6
Meet Mark ‘Forger’ Stucky, one of our pilots and the 568th human in space. At 2:30pm ET tomorrow, he’ll be awarded Commercial Astronaut Wings by the . You can watch the historic ceremony live here -
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Virgin Galactic Feb 6
Tomorrow, pilot, Mark ‘Forger’ Stucky will be awarded Commercial Astronaut Wings by the for flying SpaceShipTwo to space. Watch this happen live at 2:30pm ET here. . (Here's a pic from his days flying the SR71-Blackbird 🚀)
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U.S. Air Force Feb 4
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Johnson Space Center Jan 31
The big game is this weekend! Have you started your grocery list? Don't worry -- we've got your queso ingredients right here, just like astronauts might enjoy on the International !
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Mark "Forger" Stucky Feb 1
I'm going to "Commercial Astronaut Wings Presentation for Virgin Galactic Crew". See you there? via
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Jack Fischer Feb 1
Replying to @Stuck4ger
This man pays his debts like a boss!
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Randy Bresnik Jan 29
Being able to see the from orbit aboard = Indescribable! Being able to share the from earth with my wife Rebecca = Priceless!
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Terry Virts Jan 26
An entire orbit without a sunset.
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Jack Fischer Jan 23
Thank you pretty lady!
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Gen. Dave Goldfein Jan 14
Lt Col Jackson risked his life attempting the rescue of a three-man Combat Control Team from the camp at Kham Duc during . His actions contribute to a legacy of valor & our heritage of service before self. My heart goes out to all those mourning his passing.
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Peggy Whitson Jan 13
What a great day and wonderful audience! Tune in to tonight to find out what we’re up to with and students .
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Peggy Whitson Jan 11
Enjoyed talking with NBC’s Nightly News anchor Kate Snow recently for her online show “The Drink with Kate Snow”. Watch NBC’s Nightly News this Sunday, Jan. 13 for a sneak peek. Cheers!
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Jack Fischer Jan 10
Huge Congrats to my buddy for rocking the space world and inspiring so many (including me)!
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NASA Commercial Crew Jan 7
Last week, and rolled out to Launch Complex 39A and went vertical for a dry run to prep for the upcoming Demo-1 flight test. This uncrewed flight test is a critical step toward flying to on Demo-2.
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Jack Fischer Jan 5
Incredibly honored and humbled to be joining the team. These incredible folks keep the ultimate high ground safe while rocking space-based effects 24/7, 365!
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AF Space Command Dec 26
Christmas finally arrived a little early, as the and its mission partners successfully launched the first satellite Dec. 23 at 8:51 a.m. EST.
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