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NASA 53m
Ready, set, apply! 📝 We’re inviting social media users to in July to experience a test to verify ’s launch abort system can pull crew members to safety in an emergency at ascent speeds. Submit your application:
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NASA 2h
LIVE NOW: Hear our team of experts talk about today’s announcement and selection of Technologies as one of the U.S. companies supporting our plans. Listen in: Ask ?s using
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NASA 3h
Just in: Administrator announced selection of Technologies as one of the U.S. companies that will help us achieve . They will develop the power & propulsion element for the Gateway, which will provide access to the entire surface of the Moon.
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Jim Bridenstine 4h
LIVE: I’m excited to announce the U.S. commercial company that will develop & launch the first element of the Gateway as we plan to send to the Moon in 2024. Tune in:
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NASA 5h
We’re going to the Moon! Tune in to NASA TV at 1pm ET to watch Administrator announce the company we’ve selected to develop & build the 1st segment of the lunar orbiting staging point that will help send to the Moon. More:
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Jim Bridenstine 6h
News: While at today, I will announce the commercial partner we selected to develop and build the first segment of ’s Gateway outpost – the power and propulsion element. Here’s how you can watch starting at 1pm ET:
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Jim Bridenstine 21h
Join me tomorrow as NASA announces the commercial partner we’ve selected to develop and build the first segment of Gateway – the power and propulsion element (PPE). I’ll be speaking from for ’s Space Technology Day. Find out how to watch:
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NASA 20h
Behold: Our Moon at the beginning of an orbital sunrise, cloaked in the calmness of space & just above the bluish hue of the atmosphere. The crew captured this image right before the dawn of a new Moon cycle. 🌒 Enjoy:
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NASA Technology 23h
Tomorrow is hosting a Space Technology Day to engage students, faculty, regional institutions and local businesses on upcoming opportunities and our plan. Tune in on NASA TV for Administrator 's remarks:
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NASA 24h
Our first asteroid-sampling spacecraft, , needs extra pairs of eyes to help choose its sample collection site on the asteroid – and to look for anything else that might be scientifically interesting. 👀 Find out how you can help:
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NASA May 22
LIVE: Our experts take your questions about storms across our solar system 🌩️ on the latest episode of Live! We'll talk supersonic winds on Venus, dust storms on Mars and how NASA studies extreme weather on Earth. Watch: Ask ?s using
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NASA May 22
Magnetic tornadoes on Mercury. Dust storms on Mars. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. Earth is not the only planet that has extreme weather. 🌩️Take a tour of storms across the solar system & prepare your questions for Live at 3pm ET:
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NASA Voyager May 22
Celebrate good times, come on! My project scientist, Ed Stone, is being honored with the prestigious Shaw Prize in Astronomy for his mission leadership since 1972. We've been together from before launch, past the planets and into interstellar space.
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NASA Sun & Space May 22
We study space weather ☀️, and you experience Earth’s weather 🌏 every day. Storms also happen on worlds across the solar system (and beyond!) 🌩 Take a tour of solar system storms with Live this afternoon! ➡️ 🕒 3pm ET / 12pm PT ❓
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NASA Technology May 21
Meet Glenn Jackson of who is breaking boundaries in how fast we communicate using lasers and telescopes. By condensing signals into smaller wavelengths, more info can be sent in less time. More on our Laser Communications Relay Demo: .
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NASA May 22
Replying to @StefanieBoe
We, too, are inspired by the curiosity of future space explorers like your daughter! 💫🚀👩🏼‍🚀🔭Be sure to check out our high school and college intern program so she can join us & support our mission when she’s ready:
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NASA May 21
Want to go to Mars? Here’s the next best thing: an opportunity to send your name along for the ride to the Red Planet aboard our rover. Be sure to get your boarding pass + find out more in this moment:
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NASA May 21
From supersonic winds on Neptune, to hurricanes on Earth… join us tomorrow at 3pm ET on Live as we explore storms across the solar system. Send us your questions to have them answered live during the show by using . Watch:
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NASA Moon May 21
50 years ago , Apollo 10 reached the Moon and entered lunar orbit. Apollo 10 was the successful dress rehearsal for the Apollo 11 landing. It was an extraordinary achievement in spaceflight with a bonus - the Command and Lunar Modules had fun names 😉
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NASA May 21
We're loving your video! 🐶 Maybe you should pencil in a trip to the Space Coast at our Space Center, where your human can explore our rocket launching facilities while has its own dog world for you to explore:
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