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NASA Langley Research Center contributes to NASA's work in aeronautics, Earth science and space exploration. A retweet doesn't equal an endorsement.
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NASA researchers flew onboard the DC-8 flying laboratory to test an improved Doppler Aerosol Wind Lidar (DAWN), an airborne instrument that uses pulsed lasers to detect the movement of atmospheric aerosols such as dust or sea salt. Go behind scenes:
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From a wind event warning system to a flame holder system, NASA develops technologies for space exploration, for advancing the understanding of the Earth’s climate, and for improving air transportation. Find out which technologies received U.S. patents:
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NASA’s Space Launch System will be the most powerful rocket we’ve ever built. When completed, will enable astronauts to explore destinations far into the solar system, including the Moon. Learn how SLS is getting ready for :
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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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NASA_Langley May 14
: We are going to the Moon — to stay. Why? “It’s about human curiosity, the ability to know our origins of the Earth, where we came from and to explore,” said Debi Tomek, Deputy Director of Space Technology and Exploration at NASA Langley.
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NASA May 14
We are going to the Moon — to stay. We will build sustainable infrastructure to support missions to Mars and beyond. This is what we’re building. This is what we’re training for. We are going.
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NASA May 14
LIVE NOW: Join Administrator and other senior leaders as they answer questions from our employees about the budget amendment that supports our work on the mission. Watch:
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NASA_Langley May 14
NASA is going forward to the Moon. The President has submitted a FY2020 budget amendment that provides an increase of $1.6 billion for our efforts. Join today at 12:30pm EST to learn more. We are going:
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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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NASA May 10
This week: 🐉 ’s spacecraft delivers cargo to 📸 Our Odyssey orbiter captures images of the Martian moon Phobos 🤖 tests “soft” robots for future space exploration Check out these stories and more:
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NASA_Langley May 13
NASA's got views 😍 NASA leadership tours NASA Langley's Measurement Systems Laboratory, currently under construction. Inside this building, researchers will develop sensors for aeronautics, Earth science and space exploration. Tour the lab in 360°:
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NASA_Langley May 11
“There is certainly not one way to come to NASA,” said NASA administrator during a recent talk with students about career opportunities at NASA. Go inside the event: Apply to be a :
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NASA_Langley May 10
How are two investigating the viability of soft robotics inside a lab at NASA Langley Research Center? Go behind-the-scenes to learn how their research could impact future exploration missions:
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NASA_SLS May 9
Soft robots? 🤖 Two interns say they're a thing. How these bioinspired soft robots could one day help astronauts create structures on the Moon, Mars or beyond HERE >>
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NASA_Langley May 9
Happy ! Shaelyn Stacy, one of our in NASA Langley's Structures and Materials Branch, wants to thank a professor for his help connecting her with NASA. What teacher would you thank?
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NASA_Langley May 8
Responsibility, accountability and individuality are three key takeaways that Blake Matter—a Structures and Materials —learned from one of his high school English teachers. Watch him for :
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NASA_Langley May 7
At NASA, we're more than just researchers. NASA Langley's Tina Harte and Dave Huber recently had the pleasure of talking to students who are blind or visually impaired. Using braille models and books, they discussed the Apollo program and science.
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NASA_Langley May 6
You normally wouldn’t associate NASA with small businesses, but since NASA’s creation, small businesses have been at the core of the agency’s innovation. In honor of (May 5-11), meet some businesses that are helping NASA flourish:
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NASA_Langley May 6
Is NASA getting soft? Kind of. Two are examing soft robotics for viability beyond our planet. The highly flexible materials are able to move like living organisms, allowing new motions that traditional robots don't have. Go beyond the metal:
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