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Mark A. Garlick 🌖 Sep 23
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Antonio Paris Sep 21
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Alex Delderfield Sep 23
Every surface mankind has visited (in one way or another) as of 2018. Updated with Asteroid Ryugu:
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Jean-Baptiste Lefevre Sep 24
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Nicole Mortillaro 19h
Titan just gets cooler and cooler. Dust storms spotted on Saturn's moon Titan for 1st time | CBC News
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Salveo Sep 21
RT & Follow to the Kids Satellite in Space 3D Puzzle, ends 27/09 🚀🛸🌠🎇🎆
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From Space With Love Sep 23
This is Charon, Pluto’s largest moon - Author : New Horizons space probe, 2015 Picture by NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI
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Tim Allen Sep 24
Never give up, never surrender... your shirt before you know if you have a spare.
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Maxime Duprez Sep 23
: M13, the great globular in Hercules. Quite packed in there! via
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KeokeN Interactive 4h
2 DAYS until we LAUNCH! @deliverusthemoon into orbit! Do you feel the tremble? #indiedev#gamedev #adventure#journey #cinematic#future #gamer#energy
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ESA Sep 23
Our week in images - including dust devil tracks on seen by , the underside of the European Service Module for , image of São Miguel in the Azores, and a view of Cerberus Fossae. More images:
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Renee Watson 5h
We got some amazing questions from kids at . This is our Day 1 winner, thoughts
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Ryan Hodgson Sep 23
It's a space race! and are all racing to get YOU in space as early as this year. Getting to space has never been so close. 🚀👩🏻‍🚀👨🏽‍🚀🌏
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ESA Operations 25m
For a decade now, has been monitoring not just the satellites🛰it sends to but the rockets🚀that launch them. Estrack, a network of ground-based antennae📡dotted across the , links satellites & launchers in space with teams on the ground🌍
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Subhasree Chakraborty 1h
7 wierdest planet in the universe #1: J1407B: Frequently described as 'Super-Saturn,' J1407b looks like one massive optical illusion. Located approximately 434 light years away from Earth,
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ESA Education Sep 24
Share your passion for during the , a series of grassroots events across ESA Member States, promoting space. From local schools and city halls to space industries or universities, no venue is too small! More:
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iTweetThere4iAM Sep 23
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MrG_PrimaryEd 19h
Phases of the moon using Oreos today! Fantastic engagement levels and vocabulary being used. However, the children now think the moon is made of biscuit and not cheese (like we all know it is🧀)
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Pascal Blanché 🍁 Sep 23
: The classic Space Fantasy style of PETER ANDREW JONES
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Farnesina 🇮🇹 49m
DM Manlio Di Stefano w/ Director Simonetta Di Pippo @ event “Space 2030 Agenda: as a driver for ” 🇮🇹committed to the principle that use of outer space should be carried out for the benefit of all countries & shall be the province of all mankind 🚀
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A.J. (Drew) Feustel 23h
Lunch in (beef goulash and asparagus) is a bit different than lunch on (fresh food). Looking forward to lunch on Earth!😊
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