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NASA@NASAThere's space for everybody. ✨ Verification: https://t.co/8nok3NP4PW nasa.gov Pale Blue Dot Joined December 2007
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@SunsingStar The words fit the magnitude of the mission, don't they? Thank you for watching with us! ✨
@AhmedSa18272128 As we like to say: There's space for everybody. 🚀💫
Live from @librarycongress: U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón reveals her Poem for Europa, an original work that will fly aboard the @EuropaClipper spacecraft to Jupiter's icy moon. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
@kumari_mainka @NASA_Johnson @Space_Station Hello! The spacewalk is expected to last around 6.5 hours. We'll stream it on nasa.gov/live, Twitter, and our YouTube channel: youtube.com/nasa
LIVE: Join NASA and @BoeingSpace officials as we share an update on the first #Starliner Crew Flight Test. Tune in. youtube.com/live/SwuDuX2Xi…
NASA Commercial Crew @Commercial_Crew8 hours ago
🚀 @NASA and @BoeingSpace will host a media teleconference at 5pm ET today for an update on Boeing's first crewed flight on the CST-100 Starliner to the @Space_Station. Listen in: nasa.gov/live
LIVE: Experts at @NASA_Johnson are discussing our upcoming spacewalks, scheduled for June 9 and June 15, to set up new solar arrays outside the @Space_Station. We're taking questions from media and the public—share your spacewalk Qs with #AskNASA. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Hurricane season in the Atlantic begins today. Our unique perspective from space allows us to study storms and their evolution, providing data to support forecasting and disaster responses: go.nasa.gov/3fYNZYE
Join us and @librarycongress as U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón reveals her poem for the @EuropaClipper mission. The poem will be engraved on the spacecraft, and travel 1.8 billion miles (2.89 billion kilometers) to an icy moon of Jupiter.
Tune in: bit.ly/42eJZJO
Curiosity Rover @MarsCuriosity2 days ago
I just reached a milestone only surpassed by Opportunity: 30 km on Mars ✅
I've explored so much in my 10-plus-year trek through Gale Crater, but there are many more rocks to sample and analyze! Retrace my tracks with this interactive map: go.nasa.gov/3EtmSCi
The diversity of our NASA team is what brings different perspectives to our missions, and we celebrate and share their stories. To protect our people from personal attacks, we have decided to limit comments on this post.
@rcawood Answers to your questions can be found in our FAQ page: science.nasa.gov/uap/faqs
This month and every month, we recognize the achievements and contributions of our Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander workforce.
Check out the gallery and celebrate #AANHPIHeritageMonth with us: go.nasa.gov/3MHtxf9
@Anonymous_508 Here is our YouTube event where we kept the chat open. youtube.com/live/bQo08JRY0…
@RRRtlkn2u Thanks for tuning in! We'll provide updates on our UAP resources page, where we also plan to include slides from today's meeting. science.nasa.gov/uap
@kmaru1701 UAPs can be anything in our skies, water, or in space, so we say Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena instead of Unidentified Flying Object to provide more inclusive language around the types of reports brought to the federal government.
NOW: An audio-only media briefing following today's public discussion on unidentified anomalous phenomena, or UAPs. youtube.com/live/C3uXUfgSa…
@Kebceler9 The broadcast will be up to re-watch after, as well. Our priority for this broadcast is to outline how to study UAP from a scientific perspective, but we are not reviewing or assessing unidentifiable observations already collected. For more information, including the meeting… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
@Mr_Lawrence4 Here is the agenda to know when public questions will be answered by panelists: science.nasa.gov/science-red/s3…
@HayleyMLee @Mr_Lawrence4 Hey there! Submit or vote for questions to be answered here: go.nasa.gov/42uzK4J
@sehrazatmusic Since UAPs can be anything in our skies, water, or in space, we say Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena instead of Unidentified Flying Object to provide more inclusive language around the types of reports brought to the federal government.
@Susanm0re This panel's purpose is to help future UAP studies by examining what types of data are worth looking at. The presentation slides, including specific examples shown today, will be posted after the meeting to science.nasa.gov/uap
Stay tuned: Our UAP study panelists are taking a brief break. Check the agenda for the upcoming topics and timeline: go.nasa.gov/3MFpP5T
NOW: We're holding a public meeting of our independent study team for categorizing and evaluating data of unidentified anomalous phenomena, or UAP. More info on today's meeting: go.nasa.gov/3nVqp7g twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Bill Nelson @SenBillNelson2 days ago
Welcome back to Earth! It's been an incredible journey for the all-private astronaut crew of #Ax2. They've conducted vital scientific experiments and brought the wonders of space closer to us all. Congratulations to @SpaceX and @Axiom_Space for another successful mission! twitter.com/SpaceX/status/…
Snacks? Go. Science? Go. Ready to soak up some rays? Go. It's not NASA beach day—we're targeting June 3 to launch the next @SpaceX cargo mission to the @Space_Station. It carries new station solar arrays.
How to watch #CRS28, from pre-launch to liftoff: go.nasa.gov/3MGzPMi
NASA Exoplanets @NASAExoplanets2 days ago
A team of astrophysicists and citizen scientists have identified what may be some of the final planets NASA’s retired Kepler observed during its nearly decade-long mission. They were found in the last data obtained as the telescope was running out of fuel. go.nasa.gov/3MEFSkw
LIVE: Listen as we discuss the science aboard the next @SpaceX cargo mission set for Saturday, June 3, sending solar arrays, small satellites, and a plant experiment to the @Space_Station. Tag questions #AskNASA. youtube.com/live/_QrdNIpkS… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
"Congratulations on an outstanding mission."
The crew of the @Space_Station shared their thanks and farewells after Axiom Mission 2 undocked from the orbiting lab at 11:05am ET (1505 UTC). #Ax2 is scheduled to splash down off the coast of Florida tonight: go.nasa.gov/3MK1kUW