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Bob Behnken Feb 22
Super excited 's Demo 1 is one step closer to launch from ! And not just because I'm assigned to Demo 2... !
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 22
The Demo-1 Flight Readiness Review (FRR) has ended and the Board set March 2 at 2:48 a.m. EST as the launch date for 's flight to . Tune in at 6 p.m. ET for a post-FRR press conference. Use to ask questions about the mission.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 22
Today, and teams are gathered here for our Demo-1 flight readiness review ahead of the flight to 🚀. Check back throughout the day for updates on our blog:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 22
Are you... ☑️ An artist ☑️ U.S. citizen ☑️ 18+ years old If you answered yes, submit your out of this world art to have a chance for it to be displayed in our astronaut crew quarters, which is where live before launching to space.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 22
Celebrating , 2006, NASA’s QuikSCAT data was used to produce this world map. launched QuikSCAT in 1999. Learn more -
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NASA Feb 21
As we celebrate , we aim to encourage the future female workforce to consider a career path in engineering and be part of the next generation of explorers. Follow our Instagram story today to hear more
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 21
Live now: learn from some of 's finest female scientists and engineers about their experiences and careers at NASA as part of . Use to ask questions.👩‍🔬
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 20
Space farming 🚜🛰️, whether on or in tests for Moon or Mars-based agriculture, is an area where leads the way in tech development. Check out how a technology we helped design is preparing us for growing crops in space.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 16
In recognition of , a discussion was held with panelists Tamiko Fletcher, Anthony Harris, Charmel Anderson-Jones and Malcolm Boston earlier this week. They shared stories about their journey to working at , leadership styles and keys to their success.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 15
Replying to @NASAKennedy
Hello everyone, the site is currently experiencing too much traffic and is temporarily down. We will get it up and running as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience and excitement for this contest 🚀
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 15
🚨 Calling all artists. 🚨 is searching for original artwork to be displayed in our Astronaut Crew Quarters, where astronauts live before they launch into space. Deadlines and additional information can be found here:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 15
Celebrating , 2010, NASA's Spirit rover sent its last composite image after becoming mired in the Martian dirt. launched Spirit in 2003 on a 90-day mission.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 14
Celebrating , 2017, one of CYGNSS’ eight spacecraft created this map of ocean surface wind measurements. launched CYGNSS in December 2016. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 14
Celebrating , 2011, NASA’s Stardust-NExT mission flew by Comet Tempel 1 to observe changes since NASA’s Deep Impact mission visited it in 2005, providing comparison observations. launched it as Stardust in 1999. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 14
On 2016, a astronaut made the first floral arrangement in space from zinnias he grew while aboard the . Learning about how plants flower in space will help astronauts grow fresh food for long duration missions.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 14
Have someone in your life who is out of this world? Wish them a happy with these cosmic cards from 💕
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Spirit and Oppy Feb 13
To the robot who turned 90 days into 15 years of exploration: You were, and are, the Opportunity of a lifetime. Rest well, rover. Your mission is complete. (2004-2019)
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 11
2019 marks 52 years since Apollo 1, 33 years since the shuttle Challenger and 16 years since the shuttle Columbia accidents. During 's Day of Remembrance at , astronauts who gave their lives in the pursuit of exploration were honored.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 11
Celebrating , 2013, launched Landsat-8 in partnership with USGS to continue global land observations. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Feb 11
Celebrating , 2010, launched the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) to study the solar atmosphere. Learn more - . Follow our latest mission to the Sun, the Parker Solar Probe – .
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