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We love this entire thread. The community is strong! 🚀
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NASA Social Apr 2
Replying to @AstroMikeMarz
Snazzy! 🐛
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NASA Social Apr 2
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NASA en español Mar 31
La semana pasada, los astronautas a bordo de la trabajaron en investigaciones que estudian el microbioma intestinal humano y los cambios cardiovasculares en el espacio. Aprende más sobre los experimentos recientes:
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NASA Mar 25
Hello Earthlings 👋 With many of us indoors, let us be your window into the universe. So, what do YOU want to see? We have podcasts, educational activities, do-it-yourself projects and more! Reply and let us know what you want to learn, see or do with !
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Wes Eisenhauer Mar 15
NASA just posted a link about how the next generation can work towards and apply to become an astronaut. Aim this high, kids.
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NASA Mar 9
LIVE NOW: The will be installed to the , after finally making its way to the orbiting laboratory after its launch on Friday. Watch:
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NASA Social Mar 6
Back on the bus, checking pix and posting. Thanks to all our peeps for coming out! See you next time.
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NASA Social Mar 6
5,600 pounds of science and supplies on their way to ⁦⁩. Go ⁦⁩ Dragon!
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NASA Social Mar 6
A chance to see this candle before they light it. will be watching from . You can go to . Coverage starts at 11:30 pm EST with launch at 11:50 pm.
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NASA Social Mar 6
at pad 39-B learning that some very cool tech never leaves the Earth. The tank holds 330,000 gallons of water that flows down into the flame trench at engine ignition, dampening shock waves that would otherwise destroy the rocket.
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NASA Social Mar 6
First stop on day 2: the Vehicle Assembly building, where we stacked the Apollo rockets and will do the same for ⁦⁩. “The Cathedral of Space Flight” an earlier participant dubbed it.
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NASA Social Mar 5
Ending the day after science briefings. See you tomorrow for launch.
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Space Tango Mar 5
We’re getting excited for the launch of investigations with and at today’s What’s on Board Briefing! WATCH LIVE with :
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NASA Social Mar 5
First factoid out of the CRS-20 “What’s On Board” briefing: tomorrow’s launch will be the first government use of a reflown Falcon booster. Follow the briefing on .
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NASA Social Mar 5
Always the most popular photo op .
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NASA Social Mar 5
Take your work seriously, never yourself. Veggie Lab, figuring out how astronauts can grow food in space.
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Loooorena "La Tigresa" Mesa @ The Time Warp⏳ Mar 5
Fins on root cylinder of veggie ponds container in the rocket helps water in space move like it does on Earth. We need the water to be filled from top and drain top down. This will be the 3rd launch to space for PONDS!
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NASA Social Mar 5
There’s no Space Station Depot where you can go buy a more advanced container for growing plants in orbit. But you can go to a familiar big box brand for parts to build this prototype.
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NASA Social Mar 5
First briefing: Dave Reed of on developing the next-generation of containers for growing plants on . Follow posts from all the briefings at
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