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NASA's Kennedy Space Center 6h
Celebrating , 2018, launched (Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2) to measure heights across Earth's temperate and tropical regions, and take stock of the vegetation in forests worldwide. Learn more -
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Jim Bridenstine 18h
Just in: We won an in interactive programming for coverage of the Demo-1 flight, which put us one step closer to our goal of launching from American soil. 🚀 Congrats to all involved and those who help tell the story every day!
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NASA Sep 13
Our Space Telescope makes an exoplanet discovery, the next crew gets ready to launch & getting back to work at after weathering the storm … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA! Watch:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 13
Bring ‘em on! That’s nowhere nowhere near 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 2 Many. You bring the music we’ll start the countdown and all will enjoy the show. DM us and we can work details 🚀
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NASA's Exploration Ground Systems Sep 13
📷 PHOTO RECAP: After Hurricane Dorian cleared the Space Coast, Exploration Ground Systems got the all clear to bring the mobile launcher back out to Launch Pad 39B to complete a series of tests it began during the summer at .
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NASA's Exploration Ground Systems Sep 13
💦TODAY: Tune in to Exploration Ground Systems’ Facebook shortly after 11 AM EST (weather permitting) as we rush 400,000 gallons of water onto Pad 39B live at ! The test is one of many that EGS will conduct to ready hardware and systems for upcoming missions.
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NASA Commercial Crew Sep 12
. and rehearsed landing and removing astronauts from the capsule in preparation for human spaceflight missions to the . Astronauts Nicole Mann and Mike Fincke, and Boeing astronaut Chris Ferguson participated in the exercise.👩‍🚀
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 12
Hey Keith! We’d love to have you and the make a trip to the Space Coast and see where the 🔥 happens. 🚀
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 12
57 years ago, President Kennedy delivered his speech charging to land humans on the moon by the end of the decade. Now we're preparing to send humans to the moon again, but this time to prove sustainable technologies that will get us to Mars:
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NASA_SLS Sep 11
A team at is planning to develop a device that will melt Moon dust — and turn it into oxygen. DETAILS >>
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 11
. Mobile Launcher made its way to the launch pad atop the crawler-transporter traveling at 1 mph. The launcher will remain at the pad to finish a series of tests before rolling back to the Vehicle Assembly Building🚀:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 11
Today we join with all Americans and the world to honor and remember the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001. We will 🇺🇸
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NASA_LSP Sep 11
✈️🚀 Launch update: and are now targeting Oct. 9 for the launch of aboard a Pegasus XL rocket carried by the L-1011 Stargazer aircraft. The Ionospheric Connection Explorer will study the frontier of space. Learn more:
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Women@NASA Sep 3
Breanne Stichler is a mechanical engineer at , and now one of nine drivers of NASA’s crawler-transporter 2 — the 6-million-pound vehicle which will carry the rocket to the launch pad for the launch of . Get inspired:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 10
Hi David! planned to stop for a couple hours to fuel up the crawler-transporter before it continues towards the launch pad 🚀
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 10
Celebrating , 2011, launched GRAIL, twin spacecraft named Ebb and Flow, to study the Moon. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 10
The Mobile Launcher will complete a series of tests to validate the systems on board ahead of the first launch of . We’ll be following along all day as continues to move towards the pad 🚀
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Sep 10
We’re rockin’ and rollin’ down the crawler-way once again! The Mobile Launcher is on its way to the launch pad after rolling back to the Vehicle Assembly Building for safe keeping during
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NASA_SLS Sep 9
NASA’s powerful Space Launch System rocket and are making progress to the pad for I! 🚀 's rocket and spacecraft have moved from design and manufacturing to testing and assembly and integration. SEE THE HARDWARE >>
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NASA Sep 7
Space is hard. We commend ’s attempt to land their mission on the Moon’s South Pole. You have inspired us with your journey and look forward to future opportunities to explore our solar system together.
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