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SPACE BUFF Apr 24
Replying to @NASAInSight
Eek! Zounds! Is Mars so Creepy?😨😱😵 Never in my life I have heard a sound so spine- chilling And . So fantabulous!😃 But how eminent this is to us and all those who've recorded it . Thanks . 👏👏
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ESNEET⛵️ Apr 23
😳Anyone else think a that’s what a Star Destroyer sounds like when it’s passing overhead in space?
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Melina🏳️‍🌈 Apr 24
on , captured with the Instrument Deployment Camera on . Images via .
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Claire Schwartz Apr 23
Somebody remix this for me pls.
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Plutospark 3h
See NASA's super soothing view of clouds rolling across Mars
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Matthew Reardon Apr 23
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Columbia Space Cntr Apr 22
path planning & control of quadrotors. At JPL, Cristina was part of the InSight Instrument Deployment Systems Team. She is currently part of 2 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle research tasks. Learn all about from and other engineers Thursday at
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Alasdair Allan Apr 24
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goodnightstarry Apr 24
Looks like is all shook up, just like . Thank you, thank you very much, lander
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Claudia🌴🐾🌵 Apr 23
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Mars Atlas Apr 23
NASA’s InSight Lander Captures Audio of First Likely ‘Quake’ on Mars | via
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Volker Nawrath Apr 24
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Giulia Bassani Apr 24
There has been a Marsquake! 😁
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SPACE EXPO Apr 22
Need another dosage of space before the next Space Expo? Miss our Mars InSight panel? Head over to for PUB SCIENCE with on Thursday and hear all about the mission!
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Columbia Space Cntr Apr 22
We will be announcing our special guest speakers for PUB SCIENCE this Thursday at ! Stay tuned!
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🅲🆁🆄🅴🅻 18h
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Fernand Gay 21h
Un lever de soleil martien, comme si vous vous teniez là, debout, à coté d'InSight ! 🤩 Les images ont été prises de 05:35 à 06:35 le 14 Avril (SOL 145). Credit : NASA/JPL-Caltech
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Higgster Apr 24
El equipo de la misión InSight, de la NASA, anunció ayer la detección de un sismo en Marte. Si bien aquí hay algunos datos, todavía están bajo estudio.
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Stark.Luster Apr 24
You would be even more popular if you were blaring high-wattage Dolby Atmos across the Red Planet.
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The Curious Mind Apr 23
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letizia davoli Apr 23
Incredibile. Il suono di un terremoto marziano. Semplicemente... wow!!
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