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Jessica Meir 10h
♥️, , , , , , , – we can see that your spirit is strong and still shining bright. Goodnight to all in !
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Jonny Kim 12h
Curiosity about the world around us and the intrinsic desire to explore led us to the STEM fields. Hear from my classmates on what led them to a career in STEM. Applications close tomorrow to .
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NASA STEM Engagement 12h
This evening, the will zoom over the U.S. & you can watch it fly overhead! Visit to find out when the space station will fly over your area & where to look. Then step outside, look up & wave to & .‍‍ 👩‍🚀👋👨‍🚀
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Jessica Meir 11h
Just like the doctors and scientists on Earth making a world of difference, we at on are dedicated to advancing science and medicine. For , that often means collecting our own physiological samples. Off the Earth, for the Earth.
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NASA 14h
"I really liked to build things and I really liked going fast. And to do these things, I needed to understand science and technology." How our newest generation astronauts got interested in STEM: Apply to :
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Jonny Kim 12h
I'm humbled and grateful for the extraordinary sacrifices and bravery of medical providers, 1st responders, and service members for supporting our nation during its time of need on this .
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Jessica Meir 11h
Shout out to my favorite doctor in space, – and even more so to the doctors and health care providers on the ground making a world of difference.
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Andrew Morgan 17h
As a medical doctor looking back on our planet on , I think of the healthcare professionals & volunteers that are risking their lives in this crisis. We're at our best when we help each other. I'm in awe of your selfless service. Thank you from .
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Johnson Space Center 18h
Today is ! 🩺 Did you know medical doctors can be astronauts? We even have one living on the now: ! Astronaut applications close TOMORROW, March 31. Follow your dreams and join the generation. 🌙
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S. Auñón-Chancellor 18h
Even in times like these... Love my calling 🩺🩺🩺 Happy Doctor’s Day!
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Anne McClain Mar 26
What a difference a year makes! Great memories with friends.
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Bob Behnken Mar 27
Interesting times as we continue preparations for the / Demo-2 flight test. Balancing risk of infection with training, vehicle processing, and readiness assessments.
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Christina H Koch Mar 26
But we just got here! In this unpublished memory—Just over a week after we arrived, friends and went out the hatch to do their first spacewalk. I was in awe watching them out the window.
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ISS Research Mar 26
Since the earliest expeditions, ISS Ham Radio has allowed students to speak with the crew aboard the station as it flies overhead. Recently, spoke with students from space camp in Turkey. Learn more about the program:
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NASA Mar 26
👩‍🚀📚 Introducing Astronaut Story Time from Earth! Starting tomorrow, weekdays at 4pm ET, astronaut Christina Koch, who recently returned from 328 days in space, will read a children’s book on Live. Follow to enjoy :
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ISS Research Mar 26
Watering plants without gravity can be a challenge, but a new system known as PONDS tests out a different technique of delivering the water lettuce needs to grow. 🌱 Check out the plant growth unit recently installed by astronauts on the :
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Andrew Morgan Mar 26
Even during our toughest times, we live on a beautiful planet. Stay strong planet Earth, we’re in this together.
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Jessica Meir Mar 26
A biological principle that rings true, life will find a way. Veggie PONDS evaluates a newly developed passive nutrient delivery system for growing lettuce in space (romaine this time). It’ll be nice to have something green & growing again on .
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Raja Chari Mar 25
Some ideas for space based fun while stuck at home
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Nick Hague Mar 26
Astronaut Nick Hague On COVID-19: “We Manage Risk For A Living” via
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