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Jim Bridenstine
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NASA Nov 26
Whether your food is floating out in front of you or resting firmly on your table, we hope your day is filled with joy, laughter, and thankfulness. !
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Kathy Lueders Nov 24
On November 21, engineers stacked the first piece of the rocket on the mobile launcher, a major milestone for the program. We’re one step closer to next year’s Artemis I launch!
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NASA's Launch Services Program Nov 21
Signal acquired! ✅ Acquisition of signal has been confirmed and we are now with Senitnel-6 Michael Freilich. Thanks for the ride, !
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Jim Bridenstine Nov 21
Congratulations to everyone that made today’s launch of the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite possible! A fitting tribute to an incredible trailblazer in Earth science.
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NASA Nov 21
"3.. 2.. 1.. 0.. and liftoff of Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, continuing a legacy of ocean observation and international collaboration to benefit all humanity."
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NASA Nov 21
LIVE: 🌊🛰️ Let's launch this satellite! The U.S.-European Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich ocean-observing satellite is heading to space aboard a Falcon 9 rocket. Watch with us and join the conversation with :
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NASA's Launch Services Program Nov 20
✔️🖊️ GO For Launch of Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich! The Launch Readiness Review at has concluded and we are GO for . 🌊 Launch is targeted for tomorrow, Nov. 21 at 9:17 a.m. PT aboard a rocket:
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Jim Bridenstine Nov 17
I am pleased to welcome Ukraine as the 9th country to sign the ! With their commitment to these principles, they join the broadest and most diverse international space exploration coalition in history.
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NASA Nov 16
"Soft capture confirmed." "Dragon copies, and we see the same." Soft capture confirmed for the Crew Dragon "Resilience" at the .
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NASA Nov 16
LIVE from space: Watch the Crew Dragon "Resilience" dock to the , with , , Shannon Walker, & aboard:
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NASA Nov 15
Update: confirms the propellant heaters are functioning properly with no issues. Crew-1 continues its journey to the . Stay tuned to for the latest info.
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NASA Nov 15
Teams have re-enabled the Crew Dragon's propellant heaters and will continue collecting data. Keep up to date at .
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NASA Nov 15
LIVE NOW: Get an update from NASA, , , and leaders about the Crew-1 mission, now en route to the :
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NASA Commercial Crew Nov 15
Replying to @Commercial_Crew
The postlaunch news conference will now be at 9:30 p.m. ET. 🚀
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Jim Bridenstine Nov 15
Separation confirmed!
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NASA Nov 15
Resilience rises. 🚀 The Crew-1 mission has lifted off on a Falcon 9 rocket from at 7:27pm ET and is en route to the .
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Jim Bridenstine Nov 15
Succesful leak check! Still GO for launch.
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Jim Bridenstine Nov 15
Weather is a GO for launch!
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NASA Nov 15
We are re-opening the hatch to perform a leak check. Stay tuned for updates.
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Mike Pence Nov 15
Wheels up to Florida with for ’s Crew-1 Mission to the ! 🇺🇸
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