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Celebrating , 2015, orbiter put a new face on the Gale Crater, home to , with this mosaic image made using data from the Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS). launched Odyssey in 2001.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center 9h
Merritt Island High School’s “StangSat” CubeSat is ready for launch. 🚀 StangSat will launch on a Falcon Heavy rocket as part of the Department of Defense Space Test Program-2 mission, scheduled for June 24, 2019, at 11:30 p.m:
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Celebrating , 1999, launched QuikSCAT to study sea wind. Planned as a two-year mission, it spent 10 years in operation, and was followed by the ISS-RapidScat. Learn more - ,
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 18
The launch abort motor, one of three motors for 's launch abort system, was delivered to our Launch Abort System Facility. 🚀 The abort motor will be integrated with Orion subcomponents and prepared for NASA’s Artemis 1 mission:
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NASA Technology Jun 18
When ’s Falcon Heavy rocket launches, it will carry tech experiments like an atomic clock for space navigation, a "green" fuel & space weather research missions. Join our experts on today at 2pm ET to ask anything about what we're launching:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 18
Celebrating , 2009, launched / to study the Moon. was a robotic mission to map the moon's surface, and the main mission was to confirm the presence or absence of ice.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 18
in 1983, Astronaut Sally Ride became the first American woman in space when she launched from Pad 39A aboard Space Shuttle Challenger. 🚀 Learn more about her path to becoming a Mission Specialist for :
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Jim Bridenstine Jun 14
We’re asking U.S. companies to provide thoughts on innovative ways to supply Moon missions, beginning with the first delivery of supplies to the lunar Gateway by 2024. Details here:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 17
LIVE NOW: Curious about our plans for future moon missions? 🌑 Learn about our historical Apollo, current and missions: Got questions? Use 🚀
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 16
🚨 Last day to apply for our upcoming 🚨
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 14
Time is running out to apply for our upcoming ⏰ If you are social media savvy, apply to get a behind-the-scenes tour of our center, meet experts and experience a rocket launch: . The application closes June 16.
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NASA Jun 14
Happy ! 🇺🇸 One of our most iconic images is of Buzz Aldrin saluting the American flag on the surface of the Moon. Did you know that over the next 3 years, 5 more flags joined the one left by Apollo 11? Learn more about stars & stripes in space:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 13
LIVE NOW: Exploration is in our DNA — the desire to discover and inhabit distant worlds, whether across Earthly oceans or vast regions of space. Come with us and explore the challenges associated with human space flight:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 13
Celebrating , 2012, launched to study a range of high-energy sources including black holes.
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NASA Social Jun 12
We have another opportunity for you to come behind the gates of ! 🚀 If you’d like to meet experts sending research to the , tour our facilities AND see a rocket launch, submit a application:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 12
Celebrating , 2018, NOAA’s GOES-17 or GOES-S showed rainfall rates in Hurricane Bud. This animation () uses data from GOES-17 and the GPM core satellite. launched GOES-S on March 1, 2018.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 12
Some one-of-a kind is set to launch on ’s Falcon Heavy rocket later this month 🚀! Check out the ground breaking innovations on board:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 11
Celebraring , 2018, NASA’s GRACE-FO successfully completed its first mission phase. launched GRACE-FO in May 2018. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 11
The first Artemis mission may not have astronauts to peer through the windows of spacecraft as it makes its trip around the Moon, but the agency will share those views with the world 🌑:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jun 11
Celebrating , 2008, launched the Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope, or GLAST. NASA renamed the mission in honor of professor Enrico Fermi (1901-1954), a pioneer in high-energy physics.
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