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NASA Jun 18
Since the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter launched 10 years ago, it has: 🌑 created maps of ❄️ measured the coldest known temperatures in the solar system 🚀 prepared us for — humanity’s upcoming return to the Moon! Celebrate :
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NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Jun 18
🎉🎵 Happy birthday to meeee! 🎵🎊 10 years ago, I launched from on a voyage to the Moon. It's been an amazing 10 years. I've orbited the Moon over 40,000 times and collected over a petabyte of data!
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NASA Solar System Jun 25
🌙 Seeing things in a whole new (moon)light: After 10 years in lunar orbit, here are 10 amazing — and sometimes surprising — things that our orbiter has taught us about the :
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NASA Moon Jun 18
Happy 10th Anniversary ! In ten years, our Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has collected more data than all other NASA planetary missions combined and transformed our understanding of our Moon.
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NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Jun 17
It’s a BIG birthday for me. Tomorrow will be ten years since launch! I know. I don't look like it. Here’s a picture of me when I was just a wee spacecraft. What were you up to ten years ago?
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NASA Moon Jun 19
Happy 10 years of our Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter! Fun fact time 🎉 Thanks to , we know the shape of the Moon better than the shape of any other planetary body, including Earth. Earth has lots of pesky oceans and plants.
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NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Jun 24
Omg look how cute I was on my first day at the Moon 10 years ago ! I’ve learned SO much since then. Here are 10 highlights I’ve learned about in my 10 years (and counting) here.
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NASA Moon Jun 18
Our has been collecting data at the Moon longer than any other scientific instrument. This long-term data has allowed us to observe our changing Moon, like this new impact crater!
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NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Jun 18
Traveling back in time to 2009. The Black Eyed Peas were rocking the charts. Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th U.S. President. And there was so much we still didn’t know about the Moon. Love hearing your memories of 2009!
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NASA Moon Jun 17
We’re celebrating 10 years of our Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter at the Moon. All week, we're sharing what has taught us about our Moon so stay tuned. But first, print your own commemorative poster!
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nanosat.eth Jun 18
“The Moon’s scientific value is not to be understated”
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Slobodan Bob Đukić Jun 18
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the Hammers Company Jun 18
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, a great mission that we are lucky to be a part of. Happy 10th !
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About Space Only Jun 19
This video celebrates the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission's 10th anniversary at the Moon, highlighting some notable accomplishments.
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Jake Turner 🌅 Jun 26
Replying to @LRO_NASA @NASA
8.) The South Pole region is a wondrous land that we want to explore
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Jake Turner 🌅 Jun 26
Replying to @LRO_NASA @NASA
9. We know its surface in more detail than any other celestial body, including our own planet
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Jake Turner 🌅 Jun 26
Replying to @LRO_NASA @NASA
10.) It has underground safe havens that could protect astronauts from radiation
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Wind River Jun 25
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BR - Wissen Jun 18
Heute vor zehn Jahren startete die NASA-Sonde LRO, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, zum . Ihre Mission hat die Sonde längst erfüllt, aber sie ist immer noch im Einsatz - mit Anzeichen von Altersschwäche.
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OSCAR ALONSO Jun 18
a ti y a mí, pero sí creo que ya es tiempo de volver a la ; el primer fuera de esta planeta.
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