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NASA's JSC is the lead center for the International Space Station and the Orion spacecraft, and the home of the Mission Control Center and NASA astronaut corps.
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50 years ago, as Apollo 10 was en route to the Moon, the Apollo 11 Saturn V began moving to its ultimate destination. Apollo 11 astronauts, training for the first lunar landing, watched the rocket on its slow trek to the launch pad.
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We heard you needed space, , and we’re glad we could share some with you! 💫 Thanks for stopping by to learn more about what it’s like to be an astronaut and our plans! 👩‍🚀🌙
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PEANUTS May 18
Happy 50th Anniversary !
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NASA May 18
Before Apollo 11, Apollo 10 helped "sort out all the unknowns" to make a Moon landing possible. 50 years ago, Tom Stafford, John Young and Gene Cernan traveled to lunar orbit, sending home the first color TV images from space:
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Johnson Space Center May 17
On this week’s episode of “Houston, We Have a Podcast,” experts take the stage to discuss the historic Apollo 10 mission and how the lessons learned then will help us achieve our goal of returning to the Moon in 2024.
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Johnson Space Center May 17
LIVE NOW! In honor of , watch as a NASA psychologist and astronaut talk with members of the band about the importance and similarities of mental health awareness between crews in orbit and bands on the road. 💫 
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Johnson Space Center May 17
Today’s the day! Tune in at 2:00 pm CT on the NASA Johnson Space Center Facebook page to watch LIVE as a NASA astronaut and experts talk with the rock band about mental health similarities in spaceflight and on the road for touring bands. 💫
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Johnson Space Center May 16
., , & programs are continuing work on one of the most complex space systems ever built. In America & Europe, teams are building the spacecraft, rocket, & infrastructure needed to send humans to deep space destinations, including the Moon.
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Johnson Space Center May 16
Apollo 10 launched on May 18, 1969. Astronauts practiced all aspects of the Moon landing mission except the landing itself. While coasting toward the Moon, sent the first color TV broadcasts from space to viewers on Earth.
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NASA May 16
America is going back to the Moon — to stay! As we focus our lunar exploration efforts, discover more about our plans during a ‘Ask Me Anything’ starting at 11:30am ET. Get ready to ask your questions ➡️:
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Women@NASA May 1
“So many people in the Astronaut Office are from different countries…every time someone goes up that can identify w/ a group of people, you get that group of people wondering, ‘wow, maybe that could be me one day.’” Celebrate w/ :
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Johnson Space Center May 14
The International menu includes delicacies from the many countries that have had astronauts on board, but the crew members do not get everything you might imagine. Do you know what popular "space food” is not served on the station today?
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Johnson Space Center May 14
2024. We are going. And we are going to stay. Watch to learn how we plan to land on the Moon by 2024, then work to advance human exploration further into the solar system.
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Jim Bridenstine May 14
LIVE: I’m taking questions from employees about the President’s budget amendment that supports our plans
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Women@NASA May 14
“This program is going to enable a new generation of young girls, like my daughter, to see themselves in a way that they wouldn’t otherwise.” reflects on how will shape the future of when we send the 1st woman to the Moon:
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Johnson Space Center May 14
Today, watch live at 12:30 pm ET as NASA Administrator answers questions from NASA employees and discusses our plan to land astronauts on the Moon by 2024.
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NASA May 13
ARTEMIS: Twin sister of Apollo and goddess of the Moon. Now, the name for our mission to return to the surface of the Moon by 2024, including the first woman and next man.
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Jim Bridenstine May 13
Big news! The President has submitted an FY2020 budget amendment that provides an increase of $1.6 billion for our efforts. We are going. Watch the video I sent to the workforce:
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Johnson Space Center May 13
We are going. training in our facilities are scheduled for a return to the lunar surface by 2024, and work to get them there is ongoing.
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