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Anne McClain 20h
Go Dragon! Just a few weeks away - mark your calendars
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Victor Glover 20h
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission targeting launch at 7:49 p.m. EST on Saturday, Nov. 14th.
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NASA Commercial Crew 20h
. and are now targeting Nov. 14 at 7:49 p.m. EST for the launch of the first crew rotation mission to the . Join us on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 4 p.m. EDT for a media teleconference to discuss the upcoming launch:
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ISS Research 23h
Let’s grow some radishes! 🌱 Today, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins worked on setting up the watering system for the Plant Habitat-02 experiment. Soon, the will be home to a new crop of veggies.
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Christina H Koch Oct 26
Air fist bumps all around! Welcome back to Houston, !
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Matthew Dominick 24h
Lucas: NASA’s mail has been a little bogged down due to COVID. I just now got your letter. I’m sending you one back but wanted you to know we only have enough postage to mail a letter and not a spaceship. Hurry up and graduate so you can join us. We work on spaceships everyday!
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Christina H Koch Oct 26
Another exciting moment where exploration meets discovery! Amazing to know water persists on the surface of the moon, reminding us how much there is to learn in otherworldly field sites.
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S. Auñón-Chancellor 23h
Had a fantastic time chatting with . Hope you enjoy learning more about stem cell science!
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ISS Research Oct 26
For 20 years, astronauts have been snapping photos of Earth from the . Astronauts are trained for the job of collecting images for this scientific dataset, now more than 3 million pictures strong.
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Intl. Space Station Oct 26
and representatives from and discuss and benefits during International Destination Station. Interested in learning how to advance your research? Recordings of the event can be found here
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Ricky Arnold Oct 26
, Mo’orea, & the atolls of 🇵🇫 are strung like pearls across the South Pacific.
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ISS Research Oct 23
This past week, departed the , marking the beginning of Expedition 64. The crew conducted studies of accelerated aging in space, spaceflight food systems, and adaptive responses to living in space. Learn more:
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NASA Oct 23
13 years + 42 assembly flights = 1 fully constructed that 241 space travelers from 19 countries have called home. Learn more about the teamwork it takes to construct an orbiting laboratory and maintain it today:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Oct 24
: has been sending humans to low-Earth orbit to live and work aboard the for 20 consecutive years! 🎉 Learn more about how people from all over the world worked together to make this unique microgravity laboratory a reality:
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NASA Astronauts Oct 23
Replying to @TwitterGov
Nope. Electronic ballot!
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NASA Astronauts Oct 23
Replying to @TwitterGov
It was great! Astronaut Kate Rubins voted yesterday and she didn't have to wait in line.
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NASA Astronauts Oct 23
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All the time, but floating is better.
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Jessica Meir Oct 23
Hey , I (literally) have your back! Filling in for some emergency training today. Here I simulate how I might brace Kayla to prevent her from floating away while she dispenses a fire extinguisher. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction!
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Jasmin Moghbeli Oct 23
I’m ready! Looking forward to chatting with everyone about and missions. 🚀 👩🏼‍🚀
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NASA Oct 23
🚨 New Episode Alert: An Astronaut's View of Earth Earth has been called “a brilliant jewel in the black velvet sky.” Explore the many faces and moods of our fierce and powerful planet with us in the latest podcast “On A Mission.” 🎧 Listen:
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