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S. Auñón-Chancellor
NASA Astronaut, Physician, Engineer, Aquanaut, proud wife and mother.
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NASA ScienceCasts Apr 3
The relationship between a successful exploration mission and balanced nutrition is vital in the extreme vastness of outer space.
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Apr 21
Replying to @kathleenunroe
Wow! Great presentation Kate...I am humbled. Always keep that fantastic smile!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Apr 2
More than 5 million people on this planet are living with Parkinson’s. Check out what the is doing to fight this disease.
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Anne McClain Mar 27
This decision was based on my recommendation. Leaders must make tough calls, and I am fortunate to work with a team who trusts my judgement. We must never accept a risk that can instead be mitigated. Safety of the crew and execution of the mission come first.
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NEJM Mar 15
As expands to include civilian populations in addition to trained astronauts, physicians and space medicine experts will need to collaborate to assess and mitigate risks to participants with preexisting medical conditions that may be exacerbated by microgravity.
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Intl. Space Station Mar 12
The Soyuz rocket has been transported by train to the launch pad in preparation for the launch of the Exp 59 crew on March 14. , and Alexey Ovchinin will soon be on their way to the station.
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Intl. Space Station Mar 3
The first mission arrived at the space station today when the completed soft capture on the Harmony module at 5:51am ET.
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Anne McClain Mar 2
A quiet night on before the new era of space flight arrives to our front door tomorrow...
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Anne McClain Feb 8
There are many hurdles to get over to becoming an astronaut, but your gender is not one of them. Recently & I worked together in space to fit-check my spacesuit to make sure it was ready to go. If you have the passion, drive, & dedication, this will be you one day!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Nov 29
I had a great time chatting with the students at today! Good luck to all with finals and thank you for your time and great questions!🚀
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Nov 28
I’m so excited to speak with the students from tomorrow! Looking forward to sharing my experiences from the past 6 months living on and answering questions about zero gravity and its effects on the human body.
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Nov 19
Captured Cygnus today with …Proud to have The SS John Young on-board!
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ISS Research Nov 2
Experience high-res in the first ultra high definition video from , featuring . Watch and download: 🚀🔬🌟🎥
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Alexander Gerst Oct 31
Having a scary day in space. The crew of the International  wish you a happy !  
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Oct 24
Do you know why liquids behave the way they do on ? I used lemonade to demonstrate how liquids use surface tension to stick together! Check out this to learn how water’s molecular properties behave in microgravity!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Oct 10
Stay safe America!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Oct 1
It's birthday, and I’m thrilled to be doing valuable on ! 60 years of incredible achievements and discoveries. Here’s to many more years of exploring the cosmos…
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A.J. (Drew) Feustel Sep 30
Last Thursday I captured Japan’s HTV-7 resupply vehicle using the robotic arm with the support of . This cargo vehicle delivered much needed science and supplies to . Great teamwork with our International partners!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Aug 2
I talked with as he was removing samples from the Amyloid experiment for return to Earth. Amyloid fibrils are associated with Alzheimer’s. Studying how they form in microgravity could lead to advances in preventing or treating this disease.
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Aug 1
DNA sequencing in Space with ! Learn more about the investigation:
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