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NASA 6h
Apply now for a event at in California on Sept 14-15 for the triumphant end of :
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NASA 8h
We're working to understand why up to 10 million jets of solar material burst from the sun’s surface at any moment:
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NASA 10h
Success! A suborbital rocket launched today carrying experiments built by students from colleges and universities:
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NASA 12h
Our satellites analyzed Tropical Storm Cindy as it made landfall along the Gulf Coast, bringing with it heavy rain:
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NASA 12h
. & team share their undersea simulation of future deep space missions on Live at 3:20p ET
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NASA 13h
Astronaut Charlie Duke says "it was my honor to serve my country...becoming the 10th man to walk on the [moon]"
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NASA 14h
Have questions? Our scientists answer them on 's r/science today at 3pm ET:
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NASA 14h
Replying to @Rolan1Michael
Our app is available for iOS as well as other platforms. Find all the devices here:
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NASA 15h
It's freezing in Houston--at least for the telescope as it undergoes testing that mimics cold space temps:
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NASA Jun 21
Have questions? Our scientists answer them on 's r/science tomorrow at 3pm ET:
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NASA Jun 21
Combining the power of a "natural lens" in space w/ 's capability, scientists made a surprising discovery
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NASA Jun 21
Replying to @NASA
Looking for other platforms? Get the NASA App for your device:
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NASA Jun 21
Check out the new version of our NASA App for Android, designed to enhance your user experience. Download for free:
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NASA Jun 21
Check out the first-of-its-kind heat-changing stamp now available from showing off . Details:
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NASA Jun 21
Acting Admin. Lightfoot got in on earlier when he was seen grabbing a with students he spoke with at
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NASA Jun 21
The Aug. 21 total solar eclipse provides a rare chance to collect data only available during eclipses: 2017
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NASA Jun 21
Solar eclipses are rare. They don't happen every day or even every month. Here's why:
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NASA Jun 21
Replying to @apo_aral11
There's several missions studying the moon, both past and present. Check them out:
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NASA Jun 21
LIVE NOW: Join us as we explain the science & safety surrounding the Aug. 21 eclipse. Watch: Q’s use
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NASA Jun 21
Today at 2:30pm ET, we’ll explain the science & safety surrounding the eclipse on Aug. 21: Q's? Use
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