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NASA Goddard 18h
NASA set to launch a new instrument to the that will keep an eye on our Sun's power over ozone.
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NASA Goddard 18h
A quirky comet zipped past Earth this year. Its chemical fingerprint was so unexpected, scientists say it might change our thinking on how comets form and evolve: ☄️
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NASA Goddard Nov 20
December 11, 2017 will mark the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 17 landing on the Moon. Astronaut Harrison "Jack" Schmitt, geologist and Apollo 17 crewmember, offers his perspective on that landing and modern lunar science. With
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NASA Goddard Nov 20
Hooray! Our mission, , is now in low-Earth orbit! It was deployed via the ' on .
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NASA Goddard Nov 20
⚡️ “Earth’s ozone hole hit a 9-year low this year. Why does that matter?”
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NASA Goddard Nov 20
In that last tweet we mention it has stabilized and isn't growing larger. In the third tweet, the smaller maximum is attributed to warmer than average temperatures over the pole.
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NASA Goddard Nov 20
The telescope has seen the light. Congratulations on completing your cryogenic testing!
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NASA_TESS Nov 17
Launching in 2018, 's next exoplanet hunter will find thousands of new worlds around stars outside of our solar system.
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NASA_TESS 16 Sep 16
Take part in the search for new worlds and fly your exoplanet art with ! Visit:
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NASA Goddard Nov 20
Today is the last day to submit! Get your exoplanet art to the stars!
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NASA Goddard Nov 19
Today! Try our photon-counting "bouncy ball." Play in an augmented reality sandbox. Use invisible ink and black light to trace when ice meets the sea. Learn all about the mission - ICESat-2 at our Sunday Experiment. Details:
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NASA Goddard Nov 18
On Wednesday, Goddard celebrated the more than 1,500 veterans working across the NASA community. Our center brought together from all branches to share their military stories. Learn more about our center's military community here:
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NASA Goddard Nov 18
In DC/VA/MD on Sunday? Join us for our Sunday Experiment about the mission - ICESat-2. Play in an augmented reality sandbox. Try our photon-counting "bouncy ball." Use invisible ink and black light to trace when ice meets the sea. More:
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NASA Goddard Nov 18
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NASA Nov 18
LIFTOFF! weather satellite launches at 4:47am ET, heading into polar orbit around Earth:
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NASA Nov 18
Launch managers checked with their teams one last time and gave the final ‘GO’ for liftoff of . Watch the 4:47am ET launch here:
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NASA Nov 18
What is ? It's a polar-orbiting satellite that will help improve weather forecasting. Watch:
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NASA Nov 18
LIVE NOW: Join us as we countdown to the 4:47am ET liftoff of weather satellite. Watch:
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NASA Goddard Nov 17
Tornado-like swirls at the boundary between the Earth's magnetic field and interplanetary space let high-energy particles slip into near-Earth space. Learn how data helped scientists uncover this process:
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NASA Goddard Nov 17
NASA releases update on Earth's ozone hole. Here's your Ozone 101, via .
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