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Anne McClain
Astronaut, Army Lieutenant Colonel, Helicopter Test Pilot, former USA Rugby WNT. Soyuz MS-11, International Space Station Expeditions 58/59 Dec 2018 - Jun 2019.
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Anne McClain retweeted
Bettina Inclán 9h
Overheard at work, “We may need to rename the Endevour the Behnken-McArthur family van.” 🚐 While just returned to Earth aboard the Crew Dragon Endevour, , his wife, is training for the upcoming Crew 2 mission on the same spacecraft.
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Anne McClain 16h
One reason to pick up the phone when it’s an unknown number...
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Zebulon Scoville 18h
Ladies and gentlemen, if you aren’t following , you really should. He is the lead Flight Director for Crew-1. Come for spaceflight, stay for the witty banter. Plus, he has the hole Flight Director pointing thing down.
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Stephanie Aug 2
I don't know who needs to hear this, but we just brought two humans back from a space mission on a commercially built and operated spacecraft for the first time in history. "We" is of course and but really it's a win for HUMANITY. 👩‍🚀👨‍🚀🚀🌎
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
And the first splashdown for since 1975! and parachuted to a landing in the sunny Gulf of Mexico today at 2:48pm ET inside their .
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NASA Aug 2
"Thanks for flying ." 📍 Current Location: Planet Earth A 2:48pm ET, and splashed down, marking the first splashdown of an American crew spacecraft in 45 years.
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Johnson Space Center Aug 2
Off the coast of Pensacola, Florida, (L-R) Chief Astronaut Pat Forrester and NASA astronaut and Crew Recovery Chief Shane Kimbrough, seen on GO Navigator as they head for the Endeavour splashdown zone in the Gulf of Mexico. Splashdown scheduled for 2:48 p.m. ET
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
For the latest pics from the splashdown site for the please visit... Here are the latest pics from the splashdown site...
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NASA Aug 2
🚢🌊 Enjoy these live views of the recovery ship Go Navigator as it travels from Pensacola, Florida to the splashdown zone. Splashdown of and is still anticipated for 2:48pm ET.
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Anne McClain Aug 2
Good lookin’ out for our crewmates!
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Anne McClain Aug 2
Bringing our colleagues home today! Planned landing off the coast of Pensacola at 11:48am PDT / 2:48 EDT. Coverage on NASA TV at the link below.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
Space dads and aboard the received a wakeup call from their sons this morning. The space duo is scheduled to splashdown today at 2:48pm ET. More...
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NASA Aug 1
Confirmed: the Dragon Endeavour has exited the “approach ellipsoid” around the and is on a safe trajectory.
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Johnson Space Center Aug 1
With a "go" for undocking, a few steps take place: 1. An undock command to open hooks, 12 in total 2. Two undocking burns to induce physical separation from the 3. Two departure burns to further distance Endeavour from the space station
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Smithsonian's STEM in 30 Jul 31
We got a chance to talk spacesuit with and experts Cathy Lewis and Lisa Young.
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Victor Glover Jul 31
History has already been made! She gets her wings today, I’ll be watching. Congratulations to all of the soon to be Naval and Marine Aviators. The future is bright!
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Anne McClain Jul 29
Replying to @AstroAnnimal
(Again)
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Anne McClain Jul 29
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Victor Glover Jul 28
10 Things to Know for NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 Return
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