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We’re accepting public nominations for potential membership on an advisory group that will represent the perspective, interests & expertise of industry and other non-federal entities to the National Space Council. Details:
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NASA 18h
Galaxies glow like fireflies in this spectacular image taken by . This flickering swarm exhibits exceptional properties, including extraordinarily high temperatures. Find out more:
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Apply now for a event Jan. 24 in Colorado to learn about a mission that will explore where terrestrial weather from below and space weather from above meet, influencing satellites and communications signals. Details:
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NASA 22h
Can we recover the ozone layer? Our researchers weigh in on the ongoing debate about the relative impacts of continuing sources of ozone depletion that could potentially delay the recovery of the Earth's sunscreen. Get the details:
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NASA HQ PHOTO 24h
Check out images from our remotes cameras of the Expedition 54 launch with , , & -
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NASA Dec 17
that stellar explosions & their remains -- supernova remnants -- are a source of elements essential for life? A new image captures several crucial elements located on Cassiopeia A, a supernova remnant ~11,000 light years from Earth:
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NASA Sun & Space Dec 17
It's ! ☀️ This view from our satellite shows a prominence (a relatively cool cloud of solar material suspended above the Sun's surface by magnetic fields) arching up and sending solar material curling back into the Sun.
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NASA Dec 17
Are there habitable planets orbiting stars beyond our solar system? Discover why this unique search for life beyond Earth is creating a surge of innovation and creativity:
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Johnson Space Center Dec 16
On "Houston We Have A Podcast," Astronaut Scott Tingle talks about his education in mechanical engineering, his time as a test pilot, and his astronaut training before his first mission to the station Dec. 17. Listen here...
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NASA Dec 17
The cargo vehicle was successfully installed on at 8:26am ET, where it will stay until returning to Earth on Jan. 13 with results of previous experiments.
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NASA Dec 17
LIVE NOW: Watch as ’s cargo vehicle is secured to , delivering science & supplies:
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Mark T. Vande Hei Dec 17
Hello Little Rock, Memphis, Jackson, New Orleans, Birmingham, Miami, and many places in between!
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NASA Dec 17
Tune in at 7:30am ET to watch as ’s cargo vehicle is secured to , delivering over 4,800 pounds of science & supplies to crew:
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NASA Dec 17
CAPTURED! The crew used ’s robotic arm to capture ’s cargo vehicle at 5:57am ET:
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NASA Dec 17
Critical science & supplies are making their final approach to on ’s cargo vehicle. Watch:
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NASA Dec 17
Right now, ’s cargo vehicle is ~107 meters away from the . Ready to deliver critical science and supplies. Watch live:
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NASA Dec 17
What's on Board? 's cargo craft is delivering almost 4,800 pounds of cargo and research to the . Here's a glimpse at what's on board, and where:
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NASA Dec 17
LIVE NOW: ’s cargo vehicle approaches to deliver almost 4,800 pounds of cargo and scientific experiments. Watch:
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NASA Dec 17
Coming Up: 's Dragon cargo vehicle rendezvous and capture at the live this morning at 4:30am ET. Details:
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NASA Dec 16
Three new crew are headed to after launching at 2:21 a.m. EST Dec. 17. The trio will orbit the Earth for approximately two days before docking to the station on Tuesday, Dec. 19. Learn more:
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