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Nick Hague
NASA Astronaut, Colonel, US Air Force. Current resident of the International .
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Nick Hague Sep 18
Thank you to the Airmen across the globe who make the human exploration of space possible. Wishing the a happy 72nd birthday from !
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Nick Hague Sep 17
Humanity glides by beneath us as we go screaming through the sky...
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ISS Research Sep 16
"We have the privilege of being up here to be the hands and the eyes of the scientists that are conducting these investigations.” - The crew aboard the is helping execute experiments from researchers around the globe. 🌎🔬
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Nick Hague Sep 16
Perspective makes all the difference. From our perch on the 250 miles above, the living history of the Earth jumps out at you through buckles, folds, giant fans. Easily spotted from space is a striking geologic feature – The "Eye of the Sahara".
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NASA Sep 16
LIVE NOW: There's an incoming call … from space! 👨‍🚀 is talking to actor Brad Pitt about what it’s like to live and work aboard the . Watch:
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NASA Sep 16
actor Brad Pitt is playing the role of an astronaut in his latest film, ? 👨‍🚀 Starting at 11:35am ET, will make a space-to-Earth call to chat with the actor about what it’s like to live & work in microgravity. Tune in:
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NASA Sep 15
Incoming call … from space! 👨‍🚀 Tomorrow, will call actor Brad Pitt to talk about what it’s like to live and work aboard the . Discover how we work with Hollywood to portray fictionalized accounts of space:
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Nick Hague Sep 12
Every 90 minutes the orbits the Earth. We witness 16 sunrises and 16 sunsets per day. As of today, I’ve lived in space for 181 days. Can anyone guess how many sunrises and sunsets I’ve seen during my mission?
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NASA Sep 11
Today, we remember the victims, survivors and heroes of . :
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Nick Hague Sep 9
Congrats to Gen. John Raymond and the men & women of on this historic establishment!
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Nick Hague Sep 3
Spent some time watching the football game over weekend. Go Falcons!
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Nick Hague Sep 2
The eye of . You can feel the power of the storm when you stare into its eye from above. Stay safe everyone!
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Nick Hague Aug 30
"Just like the military lifestyle, the astronaut lifestyle is hard on the family." - Catie Hague One of the most important team players who contributes to the success of my mission on and at home is my wife. Thanks for being our rock.
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Nick Hague Aug 28
Brilliant blue hues from the Bahamas.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 27
This 2016 view of Wichita from the space station is much like the one , a Kansas native, sees now! 12 companies in Wichita alone are contributing to our journey to the Moon and Mars – do you see your city?
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NASA Aug 22
👨‍🚀 From space, a look ahead to . During yesterday's spacewalk, carried a reminder that our missions to are paving the way for future exploration of the Moon and Mars: What is Artemis?
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Nick Hague Aug 22
Each time I open the door the views keep getting better. Congratulations to all involved in the successful execution of this . From our EVA and Robotics trainers to the teams down in Mission Control – The quality of our training is out of this world.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 21
. and wrapped up a six-hour and 32-minute spacewalk today at 2:59pm ET. The duo installed the station's second docking port.
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Johnson Space Center Aug 20
Everything you see on a NASA spacesuit has to be there for a good reason, right? So, do you know why astronauts wear mirrors on their wrists during a spacewalk? Find out now, then tune in tomorrow morning at 5:30 am CT to watch and conduct one live!
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Intl. Space Station Aug 20
Spacewalkers and are ready to install a new docking port Wednesday. Russia is counting down to a Soyuz rocket launch afterward. |
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