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NASA Earth Apr 20
From erupting volcanoes to growing cities, has an unusual view 👀 of our home planet. This , enjoy some of our favorite images and then show us how you see Earth. Share your pictures 📷 of our home planet 🌏 with !
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Jim Bridenstine Apr 20
NASA has been notified about the results of the Static Fire Test and the anomaly that occurred during the final test. We will work closely to ensure we safely move forward with our Commercial Crew Program.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 20
Celebrating , 2018, NASA’s NEOWISE released its 4th year of data. Originally the WISE mission, which launched in 2009, the mission was restarted in December 2013 as an asteroid- and comet-hunter.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 20
The space shuttle Columbia national tour launched at our center on April 12, 2019, embarking on an educational journey that will take the program to all 10 NASA centers throughout the country:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 20
Celebrating , 2004, launched Gravity Probe B (GPB) to test Einstein’s general theory of relativity. GP-B was one of NASA’s first to address a question of fundamental physics. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 19
The next cargo spacecraft is now scheduled to launch at 4:22am ET on Tuesday, April 30 from Space Launch Complex 40 🚀. Dragon will deliver science investigations and supplies to the astronauts aboard the . Info:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 19
Dust can be a nuisance — on Earth and the Moon. Astronauts exploring the Moon’s South Pole will need a way to help keep pesky lunar dust out of hard to reach places 🌕. A team at our center may have the solution:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 18
There are less than two weeks left to submit your out-of-this-world art for our Astronaut Crew Quarters art contest 🎨 More details >>>
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 18
Celebrating , 2018, launched to search for planets outside of our solar system, including those that could support life. TESS continues the work of .
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 17
At over 380 ft. tall, the mobile launcher is the ground structure that will be used to assemble, process and launch and from Launch Pad 39B for missions to deep space destinations, such as the Moon, Mars and beyond 🚀:
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NASA_SLS Apr 17
and are one step closer to the first launch as teams with at complete their first formal training simulation to certify them for their inaugural mission. DETAILS >>
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Jim Bridenstine Apr 16
Why is targeting the Moon’s South Pole for an astronaut landing site in 2024? 🌑 It is the most thoroughly investigated region on the Moon 💧 It contains water 💡 It has constant light and power More:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 17
Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson will give the final "go" for launch of 🚀 Have questions about life as a launch director? Use and we may answer your question in our upcoming podcast episode:
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NASA History Office Apr 16
NOW (12:54am ET) in 1972, Apollo 16 launches from . John Young, Ken Mattingly and Charlie Duke would arrive at the Moon about 4 days later to conduct an array of scientific experiments:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 15
Friday, April 12 marked the beginning of the Space Shuttle Columbia National Tour. And for the first time in this format, artifacts from the Space Shuttle Columbia will tour NASA centers across the country on a new mission to inspire, engage and educate:
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Intl. Space Station Apr 15
Former astronaut Owen Garriot, who lived on Skylab, America's first space station, died today at the age of 88 at his home in Huntsville, Ala.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 15
.' launch team completed their first formal training sim that will certify them for the first launch of .🚀 “Completing our first run for record simulation, getting that sim in the books is ‘no kidding’ one step closer to launch,”.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 15
Celebrating , 2005, launched the DART mission to demonstrate autonomous capabilities. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 15
Celebrating , 1999, launched -7, an Earth-observing satellite. Learn more -
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Apr 14
Launch Director Charlie Blackwell Thompson is heading to the Rocket Ranch recording booth this week 🤠. Got questions about life as a launch director? Use and she may reply in our upcoming episode.
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