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NASA 30m
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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NASA 2h
Replying to @Mars10Mars
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What are you most thankful for? Right now, approximately 250 miles up, crewmates aboard the are getting ready to celebrate the holiday. Enjoy their special message for us on Earth:
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NASA JPL 23h
Now that the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite is in orbit, you can tag along on its journey around our planet using . The interactive site gives you a real-time look at the sea-level scout’s path.
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NASA Mars Nov 25
If you have clear skies this evening where you are, look for a bright, reddish “star” near the Moon. That’s Mars! We’re to have you along with us as we explore. |
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Mike Hopkins Nov 25
Sorry for the gap in tweets! I’ve been getting adjusted to life on , including setting up my new crew quarters in the cockpit of Dragon Resilience.
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NASA Nov 25
Beautiful moment! We love seeing Leo share the excitement with his Tío Carlos! (By the way, did you know we also tweet en español? Dale un vistazo: . 🥳
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NASA International Space Apps Challenge Nov 24
We're excited to announce the 2020 GLOBAL FINALISTS! Check out the Finalists & Honorable Mentions here ⬇️ Stay tuned for the announcement of Winners in January 2021. Congratulations to the Finalists, & thank you to all that participated!
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NASA Nov 24
On Sat., Dec. 5, is set to launch the next resupply mission to the . The Dragon spacecraft will deliver materials to support 250+ investigations, as well as a new, commercially funded airlock by . How to watch:
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NASA Nov 24
The dawn of quiet supersonic technology grows nearer as teams at and engineers at work together to make it a reality:
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NASAexplores Nov 24
The first pieces of the twin rocket boosters for the I mission were recently placed on the mobile launcher inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at . Over several weeks, the other segments will be stacked one at a time:
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NASA Nov 24
LIVE: In recognition of the anniversary, experts discuss the importance of aboard the and how the scientific investigations performed over the past two decades have benefited humanity. Watch:
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Victor Glover Nov 24
My first video from space! Looking at the Earth through the window of Dragon Resilience. The scale of detail and sensory inputs made this a breathtaking perspective!
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Hubble Nov 24
About 8,000 light-years away, a cluster of young stars called Pismis 24 unleashes intense radiation and winds, carving out a cavity in the nebula where the stars formed. This shows the cluster and part of the nebula, called NGC 6357:
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NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Nov 24
As we continue my , learn more about an experimental device I have called MOXIE. It’s designed to convert carbon dioxide from the Martian air into oxygen. That’ll be important for fuel and life support in future Red Planet exploration.
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NASA Nov 24
The crew on the relies heavily on cargo resupply missions to deliver: 🥗Supplies ⚙️Equipment 🔬Science RSVP for our global event to learn more about the Dragon spacecraft launching on Saturday, Dec. 5:
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NASA Moon Nov 23
Wonder if you'll see a full Moon on your birthday next year? This video shows the Moon's phases throughout 2021, as viewed from the Northern Hemisphere.
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NASA Nov 23
Members of the media are invited to apply by Nov. 24 to capture images of the solid rocket boosters that will power our rocket to the Moon on I in 2021. Multiple media accreditation dates at will be available:
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Victor Glover Nov 23
Welcome to my new home! My first few days on were a blur. We hit the ground running with maintenance, science, and spacewalk prep. It’s taking me some time to get my bearings, but I finally had a chance to snap some pictures of my new home for the next 6 months.
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NASA Nov 23
With Chang’e 5, China has launched an effort to join the U.S. & the former Soviet Union in obtaining lunar samples. We hope China shares its data with the global scientific community to enhance our understanding of the Moon like our Apollo missions did & the Artemis program will.
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