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NASA Goddard 9h
A engineer ‘chilled out’ in order to help and freeze bone marrow. Learn more:
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NASA Goddard Feb 22
NASA and are partnering to map and value ecosystems around the world. What will that look like?
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On second thought, the Moon's water may be widespread and immobile:
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ATTN: students who want a chance to be at Goddard - join us NOW 12PM– 5 PM at the Spring Career Fair in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union
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We are going LIVE with and today at 2 pm ET on Facebook. Learn about NOAA's GOES-S satellite and what the future of forecasting will look like when high definition GOES West! Click here to catch the LIVE experience:
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NASA Goddard Images 14h
What happens when galaxies collide? In this case, spots the calm after the galactic storm:
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NASA Goddard 14h
Check out our Tumblr on what NASA did at the Olympics.
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NOAA Satellites Feb 22
We are going LIVE with TOMORROW @ 2 PM EST on Facebook. Get your Q's A'd about the () satellite and what the future of forecasting will look like when High Definition GOES West! Click here to catch the LIVE experience
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NASA Blueshift Feb 22
Our citizen scientists have helped us identify 20 new brown dwarfs! Learn more about the project and how you can help explore our own solar neighborhood:
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NASA Goddard Feb 22
NASA and are partnering to map and value ecosystems around the world. What will that look like?
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NASA Goddard Feb 21
If you'd like to watch our first-ever live "An Insiders' Guide" evening public discussion, check it out on our Visitor Center Facebook page:
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NASA Goddard Feb 21
LIVE NOW on Facebook: ! Hear John Mather, Padi Boyd and Michelle Thaller () give a behind-the-scenes view of the universe!
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NASA Goddard Feb 21
Peering at Mars to search for the red planet's missing water will be one of the 1st science missions of
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NASA Goddard Feb 20
The mysteries of pulsating aurora may lie in chirping plasma waves that rhythmically pulse high-energy particles down into Earth's atmosphere.
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NASA Goddard Feb 17
Did you know immense dark storms on Neptune were first discovered in the late 1980s by NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft? Since then, only has had the ability to track these elusive features:
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NASA Goddard Images Feb 16
What can a satellite see after observing Earth for five years? For 8, it means 1.1 million "scenes" captured, and a motherlode of images...here are a few.
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NASA Goddard Feb 16
A blinding flash, a loud sonic boom, and shattered glass. This is what the people of Chelyabinsk, Russia, experienced 5 years ago when an asteroid exploded over their city on Feb. 15, 2013.
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NASA Goddard Images Feb 16
Hubble scientist know that it took more than 5 billion years for the light from this galaxy cluster to reach us. The light of the galaxies in the background had to travel even longer, making this image an extremely old window into the far reaches space:
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Hubble Feb 16
Several stars are visible in front of galaxy cluster PLCK G004.5-19.5 — recognizable by their diffraction spikes — but aside from these, all other visible objects in this image are distant galaxies:
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NASA Goddard Feb 15
Ready to find some planets? The next planet finder , led by , has arrived at for launch via no earlier than April 16, pending range approval. More:
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