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Tom McCool Jul 30
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Angela DiLoreto 🧭 Sep 6
If you haven’t seen a launch in person, plan it. Now! Amazing experience!
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Tara Halt Jul 30
The perfect shirt for Perseverance’s Launch Day! 😍🚀
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Cath Adams Jul 30
Being part of the has been amazing! I’m so happy my name is heading to Mars!
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Remco Timmermans Sep 23
Question: While writing my paper for I am finding very few publications (if any) about the use of social media influencers for space outreach. Do you know of any articles about influencer-style campaigns in space, like , or others? Pls let me know!
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David Blanchflower May 30
NASA live coverage of continues. Docking is scheduled for 1427UT (3.27pm BST) with hatch open over 2 hours later.
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Tom McCool Jul 30
Atlas V entering MaxQ with this morning. Mars bound! ⁦
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Evan Kirstel #RemoteWork Oct 10
: Skylab was the first United States space station, launched by , occupied for about 24 weeks between May 1973 and February 1974.
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Remco Timmermans Aug 2
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NASA Sep 16
On Sept. 29, 's Antares rocket will launch its Cygnus spacecraft on a cargo mission to from in Virginia. Join us for a virtual on and learn about more ways to connect to the mission:
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Helen Yu Jul 17
NASA's Mars : The Mars 2020 mission has a duration of 687 Earth days, the equivalent of one full Martian year. via
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Trevor Mahlmann Oct 3
Some humble panorama beginnings: My 1st panoramas during CRS-4 , a *stunning* 15.6 megapixels of B1010. 10! No landing legs/recovery hardware. Little did I know 6yrs later I'd be here full-time as a scrub photographer. ⚙️/⬇️/🖼:
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Space Nerd 🚀🚀🚀 #BLM Sep 9
Living that pre-pandemic life for
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NASA Social Jul 8
Remember that roar? Today in 2011, guests witnessed the final launch of the space shuttle era, STS-135 Atlantis. On board was , who happens to be on the yet again. 🚀 Did you watch? Share your memories with us.
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Stephanie Jackson Jul 20
Of course I still love you Falcon Heavy. Phenomenal landing
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Megan - pink planet society 🪐 Aug 13
love these new masks I made for my shop! The star beads ✨glow✨ in the dark (my shop is ) 👩🏻‍🚀
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Antonio Paris Jul 28
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Glen Gilmore Sep 7
NASA 🚀 releases dazzling new images of galaxies, stars and supernova 🌌 remnants - CNET
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NASA Sep 29
On Oct. 1 at 9:38pm ET, launches the next cargo mission to from . Weather permitting, the launch may be visible in the U.S. mid-Atlantic. How to watch & join our virtual on for updates:
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Andy Phillips Jul 30
Game face, everyone. Time to go to Mars.
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