NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Science

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Explore the universe and discover our home planet with the official NASA page on Facebook. Visit us at http://www.nasa.gov

Explore the universe and discover our home planet with the official NASA page on Facebook. Visit us at http://www.nasa.gov

About us

For more than 60 years, NASA has been breaking barriers to achieve the seemingly impossible—from walking on the Moon to pushing the boundaries of human spaceflight farther than ever before. We work in space and around the world in laboratories and wind tunnels, on airfields and in control rooms to explore some of life’s fundamental mysteries: What’s out there in space? How do we get there? And what can we learn that will make life better here on Earth?

We are passionate professionals united by a common purpose: to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. Today, we continue NASA’s legacy of excellence and innovation through an unprecedented array of missions. We are developing the most advanced rockets and spacecraft ever designed, studying the Earth for answers to critical challenges facing our planet, improving the air transportation experience, and so much more.

Join us as we reach for new heights and reveal the unknown for the benefit of humanity.

Facebook

News

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE: NASA Astronaut Nick Hague and NASA Astronaut Christina Hammock Koch talk about their upcoming mission to the International Space Station. They'll lift off in Feb. 2019 aboard a Soyuz spacecraft and join the crew aboard the orbiting laboratory. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2rwXtBL
Timeline Photos
2 hours ago
منورين ♥️  1 
2 hours ago
Zina I-n goals😂💗
1 hour ago
Ya comenzó - entre otros eventos de interés científico - gracias.
1 hour ago
Salven a Tony Stark, le queda poco oxigeno!!!
1 hour ago
Nasa please save Tony Stark!
2 hours ago
1979
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
TODAY at 3 p.m. EST: Parker Solar Probe has already flown closer to the Sun than any other spacecraft! NASA Sun Science researchers share what they expect to see from the first measurements within the Sun's dynamic atmosphere, and how that data will redefine our understanding of our star and its effects throughout the solar system. Tune in: https://go.nasa.gov/2GbhxUs #AGU18
Timeline Photos
2 hours ago
Quien le toma la foto a la sonda o trae su palo selfistick  1 
2 hours ago
Jorge Quiroga es sarcasmo
2 hours ago
........... Es un dibujo.......... nadie dijo que fuera una foto
2 hours ago
Mahmoud Moustafa  1 
2 hours ago
How close is it?  1 
1 hour ago
It is about 160 Sun radii, or 62 million miles away.
1 hour ago
Una Toma Bellísima y a la Vez Terrorífica difícil saber los grados !!!!
1 hour ago
No es una toma. Es un dibujo de computadora como cualquier otro de Disney. Un engaño multimillonario.
1 hour ago
I feel like NASA played some Angry Birds Space in preparation for this mission
1 hour ago
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LAST DAY TO APPLY: Passionate about sharing the world of astronomy? Go behind-the-scenes of SOFIA Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, the world’s largest flying telescope, in a #NASASocial event in Seattle on Jan. 6, 2019. Not only see the inside of the plane, but also meet the team doing cutting-edge research at 40,000 feet. Details & applications: https://go.nasa.gov/2GbNPP5
Timeline Photos
2 hours ago
Salven al señor stark, se esta quedando sin oxigeno  2 
2 hours ago
NASA representatives visited our school and offered an opportunity to take students aboard SOFIA for a tour. However they said that students from certain countries would not be allowed aboard. I found this very sad and puzzling as NASA isn’t military and is publicly funded. We declined the offer as it was discriminatory. Happy to provide details to NASA if this can result in a change of policy.  2 
2 hours ago
David Nunnelee  1 
2 hours ago
Sofia Panomitros You could visit SOFIA
3 hours ago
Please oh please oh please oh please....
1 hour ago
Detrás de un gran proyecto, existen excelentes ingenieros, bien por "SOFIA".
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: All about NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter! This solar-powered spacecraft has been orbiting Jupiter for over two years, and just completed about half of its primary mission! Our scientists are presenting their latest data on the gas giant’s aurora, magnetic, field, and more. Tune in: https://go.nasa.gov/2rwzsL7 #AGU18
Timeline Photos
5 hours ago
What a beautiful planet.  4 
6 hours ago
Salven al Sr.Stark porfavor llevenle suministros :v  2 
4 hours ago
Pelo amooor de Deus, resgata o senhor stark do espaço kkkk  2 
3 hours ago
Não adianta já acabou o oxigênio
5 hours ago
Sifedinne sah la plus belle planete du systeme solaire avec Satutu  1 
4 hours ago
Il raconte quoi lui  1 
5 hours ago
Franchement ouai soubhannallah  1 
4 hours ago
Jaouad Arg monsgone
5 hours ago
Salven al Sr stark aiudenlo :,v  1 
3 hours ago
3 hours ago
dumb a-- block
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: The amount of snow & ice on the ground is important, especially in the western United States. Warmer temps are expected to cause declines in snowpack in the U.S. over the coming decades. See what NASA Earth researchers are finding: https://go.nasa.gov/2GaorJq #AGU18
Timeline Photos
8 hours ago
#savetonystark  10 
8 hours ago
Reported as spam. Blocked.  10 
7 hours ago
Seconded.  2 
7 hours ago
NASA, Help Tony Stark please  6 
7 hours ago
Oh, FFS. 🙄  4 
6 hours ago
Reported as spam  2 
2 hours ago
🤦‍♂️
7 hours ago
Wow what a,waste
8 hours ago
Salvem o Tony stark logo caralho  3 
6 hours ago
BTW, Terry Henderson, NASA is not part of the DOD or any other cabinet-level department.  3 
7 hours ago
#savetonystark  2 
6 hours ago
reported as spam  3 
6 hours ago
Spam seconded.  2 
3 hours ago
2 hours ago
flatearth? REALLY? No mate, you are thinking Terry Pratchett...its called the "Discworld".  3 
2 hours ago
🙄
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Join us tonight for a celebration of the #Apollo50 Anniversary of the Apollo 8 mission to the Moon, the first to bring humans to another world as they orbited our lunar neighbor on Christmas Eve 1968. Watch at 8 p.m. EST from the Washington National Cathedral:
20 hours ago
Billy Conrad. My son is one of the engineers designing the Orion capsule to take people to Mars.  16 
21 hours ago
🚀 It was an amazing feat! Still sends child down my spine what was accomplished by these hero’s...all employees of NASA.  3 
21 hours ago
True Apollo 8 went around the moon 20 times and return earth around Christmas Eve at midnight between December 24-25.  2 
16 hours ago
It left moon orbit on early morning of Dec 25. It didn't return to Earth and splash down until the 27th.  1 
20 hours ago
Oxymoron personified in this live cast. Talking about belief and faith to an audience that believes in science and fact. 🤷🏼‍♂️🤯  2 
20 hours ago
Indrit, Einstein was NOT a believer.  2 
21 hours ago
*getting goosebumps* listening to original footage, and I wasn't even born yet then - Wisconsin NASA friend  2 
19 hours ago
Out this world huh
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
TODAY at 8 pm ET, we will be LIVE from the Washington National Cathedral for a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 8 Mission to the Moon, the first to bring humans to another world as they orbited the Moon on Christmas Eve 1968. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2rvm0XT #Apollo50
Timeline Photos
21 hours ago
Steph curry- “wE NeVeR LaNdEd oN tHe MoOn”  19 
14 hours ago
We did not your right but 12 astronauts did  3 
19 hours ago
you don't have a brain. dumb a-- blocked  1 
10 hours ago
Fail 😁
17 hours ago
Nice photoshop with great details, but the stars are missing😆  15 
11 hours ago
Ramjee, the only thing missing is your understanding of basic photography.  16 
15 hours ago
the stars are missing because the Earth shines bright. If you take a picture from the moon, you don’t see any stars as well...  14 
13 hours ago
Ramjee Raya so how did they manage to use photoshop in 1968? When photoshop did not even exist, neither did computers able to do such a thing? You really have no idea, do you?  13 
13 hours ago
😂😂😂😂😂 Are you serious 🤣🤣 PLEASE read more about space because your knowledge is cruelly....EMPTY  7 
13 hours ago
There is a reason for that if you stop listening to bogus conspiracy theory and learn some actual facts 😂  6 
11 hours ago
Geoff Broad, just what we were chatting about.  1 
13 hours ago
Looking back at EARTH, it must have been an amazing feeling to have experienced. IMAGINE!  9 
9 hours ago
pic ?
23 hours ago
Porfavor rescaten a Tony Stark :v  4 
8 hours ago
Could please send a falt earth believer on the next mission to ISS? Please.  3 
3 hours ago
Sebastião Monteiro a video studio? With a green screen? I will go if there are food xd
3 hours ago
I’ll go😊 I have my own flippers and snorkel
2 hours ago
And open the airlock!
22 hours ago
El filántropo playboy Tony stark necesita que lo rescaten , Vamos !!!! Ayúdenlo !!!!  1 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: Experts from the NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission team will answer questions on Twitter about the two-billion-kilometer journey and arrival on an ancient asteroid, Bennu. Use #BennuChat on Twitter to submit your questions & join us here: https://go.nasa.gov/2ruB4ox
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
Save Tony Stark!!  6 
1 day ago
Brheno Ferreira #SHUTTHEFUCKUPABOUTTONYSTARK
1 day ago
Salven a Tony Stark plox, no se pasen de lanza :v  3 
1 day ago
Salva o tony stark  1 
1 day ago
Salvem o Tony Stark
14 hours ago
Salva o Tony stark
21 hours ago
NASA. Realistically what are the chances of Bennu making impact with Earth in 2135 and are there any other Asteriods on a path with ours?
17 hours ago
You seriously think NASA is going to answer any questions on this site?  1 
15 hours ago
Mark Speed worth a shot! And it’s gets everyone thinking about something other than bloody tony stark!
7 hours ago
Don't worry about 2135. You won't be around.
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: Do you like penguins? 🐧Do you like space? 🌌A science team is presenting about their expedition to document a supercolony of penguins in Antarctica — which they found by using NASA Earth satellite imagery! 🛰️ Learn all about how to study penguins from space! https://go.nasa.gov/2rsoF4y
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
i read the first 2 sentences and thought, “oh god please don’t send a penguin to space.” then i read the rest and was like “oh. cool 🙂 yes i do like penguins and space.”  20 
9 hours ago
That's the plan as the polar ice caps melt, they're going to start a new colony on Europa.  2 
9 hours ago
Same here ;)  2 
1 day ago
Same  2 
22 hours ago
Me too  2 
11 hours ago
Happend the same thing to me...  2 
5 hours ago
😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣  1 
22 hours ago
Linux in space?  2 
1 day ago
برأيي أنه اكثر الحيوانات حنانا مع صغاره... نعم احب البطريق 💕  1 
1 day ago
Ola! Eu ja contatei vcs varias vezes por outras redes socias e venho agora contatalos pelo FACE. Eu gostaria de saber qual a previsao para se iniciarem o projeto de busca e salvamento do tony stark que atualmente este vagando no espaço sozinho com fome e com o oxigênio limitado até amanha de manha. Agradeço desde já.
8 hours ago
Danilo Fernandes Just stop it.
4 hours ago
Laure la mascotte :3
2 hours ago
Ouiiiii 🐧
1 day ago
I love space. But I like the Flyers as opposed to the Penguins.
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
With the potential to reshape coastlines around the world, the biggest glacier in East Antarctica appears to be retreating. Armed with new ice elevation maps, NASA ICE has discovered that other nearby glaciers are responding in a similar way. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2G9kW6c
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
And of course this has never, ever happened in the last few million years?!? 🤔🤔🤔  37 
1 day ago
Tom Jacobson multiple times. 1 big difference. We sped it up this time  35 
1 day ago
Kind of. 34 million years ago it was ice free but this was long before humans were here, long before we had large sprawling cities along many coasts. This was caused by natural changes in the earth's climate over long periods. The biggest issue, is that this time around we are the cause and its occurring at a much faster rate.  20 
1 day ago
Tom Jacobson natural climate change occurs over millennia, not decades.  16 
1 day ago
It has happened many times, with many different speculated reasons as to why. Im all for a reset button. Start again.  5 
1 day ago
At one point when it happened, it wiped out most of the life on Earth. It was called The Great Dying  5 
1 day ago
Bjorn Lamers Well actulay no we haven't ,According to latest studies we have a continuous less than .1 degree increase per decade as we emerge from the little ice age. There has been no change in that.Its the same increase as far back as we can measure and now.It has nothing do with man.  3 
1 day ago
They can't make up their minds.. Yesterday it was getting bigger.  24 
1 day ago
Deborah Pauley Justice i dont think you understand what you read yesterday...  31 
1 day ago
That does not say the glacier is getting bigger.  27 
1 day ago
Deborah Pauley Justice when they are saying “accelerating” that doesn’t mean growth, it means decay.  14 
1 day ago
Deborah Pauley Justice where did you read that?  12 
1 day ago
Deborah Pauley Justice Yesterday?  8 
1 day ago
IVE NOW: East Antarctica contains enough ice to potentially raise our global sea level by 200 feet. NASA ICE scientists discuss the causes driving new findings on how a group of glaciers have shown signs of acceleration in the last decadeLL That was the post yesterday  1 
1 day ago
Repeat after me, "follow the money "  17 
1 day ago
Follow the science and the data instead.  17 
1 day ago
Only people who don't understand the science ever bring up Gore; that's a sure sign of a scientific illiterate.  15 
1 day ago
Are you saying that all this data is false? Care to provide evidence of that?  5 
1 day ago
Kevin Prinoski if we listened to Al Gore's prediction we wouldn't have a Florida or NY City now.  2 
23 hours ago
Kevin Prinoski why has there been 3 usa research facilities in antarctica? and why are the new ones (from any country) built on stilts?  1 
1 day ago
Great rebuttal Kevin Prinoski😎👍  1 
1 day ago
The sea level rises and falls a few meters every six hours, so I laugh at how people think it would take centuries for something drastic to happen  5 
23 hours ago
Do you not know how tides work?  8 
13 hours ago
Ted T Fredericks learn to read
13 hours ago
Now i admit that stupidity is a bigger problem than global warming 😂
23 hours ago
Better stop burning fossil fuels in rockets. We have NASA to blame for this.  2 
23 hours ago
The only fossil fuel used in modern rockets is kerosene, which is typically only in the first stage of a multi stage rocket. Afterwards, only liquid oxygen/liquid hydrogen is used. It's almost like you know nothing about the subject matter at all!  15 
15 hours ago
Newsflash...burning hydrogen and oxygen together makes.... water.  4 
22 hours ago
Rob you should do some research before you post.  3 
3 hours ago
Rob Lawrence do you ever get tired of people laughing at your blatant and willing ignorance to your face?😂
3 hours ago
Can't wait till it drowns Washington.  1 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: Two Russian cosmonauts prepare to venture outside the International Space Station at 11 a.m. EST to conduct a six-hour spacewalk where they will inspect the #Soyuz crew ship that will return three crew members back to Earth Dec. 19. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2G8ZjTe
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
1 day ago
It just goes to show why we can't have nice things, and why aliens stay away from us (if they're out there): no signs of intelligent life.  10 
1 day ago
Yes please pffff the first 5000 times it whas funny but its now ignoing  5 
1 day ago
They’re just bots. Before they were programmed to say “NASA so fake” or some similar tripe to get reactions.  3 
1 day ago
Sequoia Hughes no they are actually not, i blocked most bots  2 
1 day ago
Is it sad I actually miss the conspiracy nuts?  1 
1 day ago
Exactly!  1 
1 day ago
Best wishes to the cosmonauts. Take care up there!💕  13 
1 day ago
What a dream come true for those guys getting to go outside! I cannot imagine how LARGE the universe looks to them and how small our planet is, yet they are in a contraption even smaller than Earth. Must be amazing!!! Let Freedom Ring and Peace on Earth!  7 
1 day ago
Por favor salven al señor stark la comida y agua se acabo hace 4 dias y el oxigeno se acaba mañana por favor ayudenlo :,(  5 
1 day ago
Albane, la vidéo a déjà commencé, ils expliquent en image les opérations qu’ils vont devoir effectuer. 🙂  2 
1 day ago
Merci !!! Je vais regarder 😉
1 day ago
NASA venho te pedir por favor, salve o homem de ferro, ele está sem água e sem comida a 4 dias e o oxigênio acaba amanhã, ajude ele.  1 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
At 10 a.m. EST: Join us for live coverage of today's #spacewalk at the International Space Station, scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. EST and last around six hours. Cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Sergey Prokopyev will inspect the #Soyuz crew ship that will return three crew back to Earth Dec. 19. Details: https://go.nasa.gov/2Gbg3cP
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
1 day ago
Barry Love ^This....all of this  2 
1 day ago
Barry Love THANK YOU!!!  2 
10 hours ago
Barry Love Not the wording I would use, but I share the sentiment. It was mildly amusing the first few times, but not for a long time now.
1 day ago
#SaveTonyStark  4 
1 day ago
Spam. Aaaand blocked.  3 
1 day ago
ராஜ்பரத் செல்வராஜ் sir
21 hours ago
YES
1 day ago
Kys
21 hours ago
Andreas Brink well done. You blocked him because that's all you can do. Cant take the truth so your still believing fairytails
1 day ago
  4 
1 day ago
No hay estrellas en su película. Fraude. Hoax. Liars 💲💲💲🎬🎬🎬  1 
1 day ago
Engraçado na imagem no espaço você não ver se quer uma estrela?????  1 
1 day ago
Recuerden que deben de Mandar una Nave para Rescatar a Stark Help Stark Plisss
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: Glacier crevasses, cracks in sea ice and forest canopies – the first height data from our Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 are so clear that scientists can easily distinguish these and other features of Earth’s surface. NASA ICE scientists will present the first data visualizations and discuss how the satellite’s seasonal measurements of changing ice will lead to a better understanding of sea level rise and climate patterns. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2rxvAsY #AGU18
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
our planet is beautiful🇺🇸🌏  7 
1 day ago
Not in my great grandfather's, grandfather, dad, or my life has the sea level changed on the California coastline. The water hits the exact same points at high and low tides.  5 
1 day ago
Michael it musk be fake news then. Just keep believing Trump, he’ll make everything right  8 
23 hours ago
Found a science illiterate.  3 
22 hours ago
Chris. Web search 12,000 year sea level rise then Cleopatra's palace found and get back to me.  2 
1 day ago
Chris Doe and I believe that is due to plate tectonic movement or it would be the same all over earth. Some plates are sinking while others raise. That is how the grand Canyon was formed it's believed. That plate kept raising but the river stayed at the same level.  2 
16 hours ago
That's not how plate tectonics works. You need to know more than just the words. I'm sure there's a college nearby where you could take a course in basic Geology.
8 hours ago
Chris Doe Plate-techtonics and Vulcanism...the Atlantic is growing (subduction zone), the Pacific is shrinking (induction zone)....
1 day ago
Por favor salvem o Tony Stark  2 
1 day ago
babaca
16 hours ago
1 day ago
1 day ago
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Bedtime stories are the best time to learn about where the edge of our celestial neighborhood is. Enjoy this quick illustrated introduction to our solar system. Pull up the covers and tuck yourself in: https://go.nasa.gov/2rwRz3k
1 day ago
ayuden al señor Stark porfa :c  8 
1 day ago
Por ahí más o menos anda Tony Stark échenle la mano por favor los quiero mucho  6 
1 day ago
Nasa salve o homem de ferro por favor, nunca te pedi nada  3 
1 day ago
NASA venho te pedir por favor, salve o homem de ferro, ele está sem água e sem comida a 4 dias e o oxigênio acaba amanhã, ajude ele.  2 
1 day ago
O homem de ferro ajudou muito esse planeta por favor ajude o homem de ferro agora #SaveStark  1 
1 day ago
Yo solo quiero que rescaten a el Sr Stark🙏🙏
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
A break in the clouds reveals a wintry landscape around the Midwest and Great Lakes, as seen on Dec. 9 by one of our NASA Earth satellites. Also seen is a lingering band of snow from a previous snowfall that reaches from Missouri to New York. Take a look: https://go.nasa.gov/2G8mk95
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
PLEASE SAVE TONY STARK FROM SPACE!  6 
1 day ago
I'm starting to wonder if these people actually realise IT'S A MOVIE... THEREFORE IT IS NOT REAL LIFE!!!  7 
1 day ago
This was slightly amusing the first couple times I saw it... I think this is probably the 30th Tony Stark comment I've seen just while scrolling through my feed. Shoo. Go away.  5 
1 day ago
Please stop spamming!!!  5 
1 day ago
Donnie Donlin, you're very lucky...I've seen (and blocked) several hundreds.  2 
1 day ago
dumn a-- block
1 day ago
Rescaten al Sr. Stark porfavor  4 
1 day ago
Thanks NASA!  2 
1 day ago
Envienle agua oxigeno y comida a tono stark  2 
20 hours ago
Agg una rata mucho maincraft
1 day ago
And none in Windsor. Southern Canada is spared again.  2 
1 day ago
Surely not! We have global warming don't we?
1 day ago
Bill Dyer learn (if you are capable) the difference between weather and climate and then comeback. SMH  9 
1 day ago
Bill Dyer Think of it this way: climate is like someone’s personality (long-term conditions), and weather is like their mood (lots of short-term extremes possible). Similarly, you might be in a good mood trolling these pages, but your personality stinks.  7 
22 hours ago
What hilarious is that a 7th grade algebra term shows how idiotic you sound. AVERAGE. Climate change is about global AVERAGE temperature. So you noticed its cold where this map shows, and snowed. Wow. Good job there sport. Should we just ignore that this is what's called 'winter', sound it out slowly, and also ignore how the temperature in other parts of the globe is higher than usual? Global average temperature there, slick. So even though its winter here, parts of the earth are differentially warmer at a greater rate than this cold is colder.  1 
22 hours ago
You global warming evangelists make me laugh. You have this belief in a fictional setpoint of temperature. All of the universe is in a constant state of change. Mountains rise up and are worn down. Even our sun is not a fixed 100w globe in the sky but has variations in output. Only the very arrogant could image a single species to be the sole cause of change. Although I read a "scientific" paper that thought our agriculture has delayed the start of an ice age because we had warmed the world just enough. But if you look deeper what you find is a lack of knowledge. No scientist can explain why the last ice age actually happened? It was a time of high CO2 and warmer than it is now. (Imagine that?) The change happened so fast that they have found quick frozen mammoths with grass still in their mouths. And there were no humans to blame or not enough anyways. Can your tiny minds think this through?
1 day ago
Nick Sestrac fwit.
22 hours ago
Edward Sullivan and your judgement just like your appreciation for the history of our world is lacking.
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Our researchers have been studying the long-term effects of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico’s electricity grid and tropical rainforests. We are using NASA Earth satellite data and aerial surveys to monitor recovery efforts, as well as help prepare for future disasters. Stay informed: https://go.nasa.gov/2G6PepR
1 day ago
dejen de perder el tiempo en planetas salven a tony  6 
1 day ago
1 day ago
Spam.  1 
1 day ago
Not funny at all douchbag  1 
1 day ago
Spam. Blocked.
1 day ago
9 hours ago
Every journey has an ending.
1 day ago
Legal e muito bonito , mas... O oxigênio so stark só vai durar até amanhã , pow. Agiliza ae.  2 
1 day ago
Salvem o Stark, o oxigênio dele só vai durar até amanhã
1 day ago
Por favor podrían ir a salvar a iron man Pobrecito debe de tener hambre y ya se le acabó el oxígeno :'v
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Passionate about sharing the world of astronomy? Go behind-the-scenes of SOFIA Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, the world’s largest flying telescope, in a #NASASocial event in Seattle on Jan. 6, 2019. Not only see the inside of the plane, but also meet the team doing cutting-edge research at 40,000 feet. Details & applications: https://go.nasa.gov/2GahisI
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
Nasa #salva o tony stark  3 
1 day ago
Rescue Tony Stark  2 
1 day ago
Nasa has already responded to this
1 day ago
Salva o Tony stark! Please save Tony Stark! Juliano Guilherme Thiago  1 
1 day ago
Thais Gavi Nasa has already responded to this
1 day ago
I know that 😇😁
1 day ago
NASA nunca te pedi nada m+ salva o Tony ai poxa !  1 
1 day ago
Não esqueçam o Tony Stark
1 day ago
Gisely Silva vem aqui ajudar na campanha pra NASA salvar o Stark. Bjs
1 day ago
Déborah Sousa Ok hahahaha
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Two research rockets successfully launched over the Norwegian Sea early Dec. 8 carrying an experiment to study the explosive process that allows charged particles from space to stream into Earth’s atmosphere. The results promise to shed light on this and, in the long run, help us better predict how and when Earth’s magnetic shield can suddenly become porous to let outside particles in. Details: https://go.nasa.gov/2G8lTeX
Timeline Photos
1 day ago
Thank God! Now you can save Tony stark! He's out of food and water! #SaveTonyStark  76 
1 day ago
Chris Rasmussen You mean "Space Farce."  5 
1 day ago
total dumb a-- block  1 
1 day ago
Tony is not dead... DC univers is dead  1 
1 day ago
Sounds like a job for the space force!  1 
1 day ago
I like French fries  1 
1 day ago
Sorry but Tonys dead eaten by the great killer potato 🤣🤣
1 day ago
#SaveTonyStark  38 
1 day ago
Spam. Blocked.  3 
1 day ago
Nasa already responded to this.
1 day ago
Lame.
1 day ago
Eric Simpson you don't need to let every person know you are going to block them 😂. Im pretty sure they don't care considering they don't know you.
1 day ago
Also you are posting the same message to everyone doesn't that class as spam? 😂
1 day ago
'_'
1 day ago
Aproveite e dê uma carona pro Tonynho! Tá quase sem oxigênio o bixin!  8 
1 day ago
Né mano? Kkkk coitado do Tony tá quase morrendo aiajaauhsuwhqhah
1 day ago
na verdade estes foguetes deveriam estar indo salvar o Tony Stark, e não ir fazer pesquisas😡 #SaveTonyStark  4 
1 day ago
Nasa, aproveitando a viagem, salva o Tony Stark? O coitado tá perdido lá e tá ficando sem oxigênio. Se fizer isso o Brasil ficará muito grato a vcs.  1 
1 day ago
Stephanie Arruda a NASA lança foguetes para pesquisas mas não lança pra salvar o stark acho isso super errado, só acho que devemos nos revoltar contra a NASA!!
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Just what shape is asteroid #Bennu? Now we know, thanks to NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. This new shape model was created from a compilation of images taken by the spacecraft's PolyCam camera during approach toward Bennu. It shows features as small as six meters: https://go.nasa.gov/2G7BEm8
2 days ago
#SaveTonyStark  16 
1 day ago
Spam. Blocked.  1 
2 days ago
Nasa has already responded.
1 day ago
Krzysztof Chrzanowski that sounds like a “Millennial” response
1 day ago
Get lost you immature attention seeking worm.
1 day ago
Eric Simpson Spam in you. Blocked. Hoax.
2 days ago
#LetStarkDie  13 
1 day ago
Finally! A change from the crowd!
2 days ago
Blz, mas e o Tony? Já encontraram ele?  6 
2 days ago
#savetonystark  3 
2 days ago
Nasa has already responded.
1 day ago
NASA, Tony Stark precisa de vc agora. Ele está ficando sem ar e não tem comida em 4 dias. Por favor, use todos os recursos o mais rápido... Daniela Amorim Guilherme Kanazawa  2 
1 day ago
Looks like a tide pod  1 
1 day ago
Those save Tony stark / let him die ppl might want to eat it
1 day ago
So eat it!
1 day ago
Ruben Uiterwaal 😂😂😂😂😂
1 day ago
I like Tony Stark😁
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Data collected by NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission's approach to asteroid #Bennu has revealed water locked inside. The mission team aimed three instruments toward Bennu during the approach and began making these first scientific observations. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2G912bb #AGU18
Timeline Photos
2 days ago
Osiris Rex has to be the best name I've ever heard...  21 
2 days ago
Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer  9 
2 days ago
Peter Malacky Raises the question: what did they come up with first - the intricate telegram style mission description or the appealing acronym.  4 
2 days ago
When I have a boy I'll call him Osiris Rex Whitehorn. Has a nice ring to it.  3 
2 days ago
Reminds me of the game Destiny
2 days ago
Metal Gear
2 days ago
Edgy 15 year olds reading this: "xX_OsirisReX_Xx now that's cool".
2 days ago
#savetonystark  15 
1 day ago
please, shut up.  5 
1 day ago
is they found him? any new news..😆
1 day ago
Nguyễn Đức Minh
1 day ago
Mohit singh no...
1 day ago
I Ala Americano Iludido kkkkk Vão Passar Fome. BR e BR Vc Está Abaixo Da Cadeia Alimenta kkkkkkkkk
1 day ago
He died. Ya'll alerted NASA far too late.
2 days ago
Olá Nasa, tudo bem? Tenho um pedido pra fazer: Salvem o Tony Stark pelo amor de Deus, estamos assistindo o trailer todos os dias pra evitar que ele fique sem oxigênio, então faz um esforcinho e vão logo resgatar o Homem de Ferro. #SaveStark  10 
2 days ago
Sergio Bessa se ela está sendo idiota ou não você não tem nada a ver com isso... só consegue mostra que você é mais idiota vindo xingar ela...  1 
2 days ago
Vanessa S. Lira vc provavelmente acha isso engraçado, mas é só idiota.
1 day ago
Sergio Bessa enquanto vc fica xingando as pessoas de graça, Tony Stark continua a ficar sem oxigênio. Pense nisso.
1 day ago
Perdi alguma treta no meu comentário? ;-;
1 day ago
Looks like a charcoal briquette.  6 
1 day ago
Robbie Buckingham #MillionDollarIdea
2 days ago
#SaveTonyStark  4 
2 days ago
Namoral, nasa tá ligado no homem de ferro? Então cês conseguiriam mandar uma expedição lá no espaço pra salvar ele, na broderagem, ele tá sem oxigênio só tem pra amanhã. cês vcs fizer isso nóis do Brasil agradece  3 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: In August, NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission caught its first view of the asteroid #Bennu. Listen from the mission team as they have discovered new science and how this new information compares to the Bennu data gathered from Earth. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2GaqjC0 #AGU18
2 days ago
#SaveTonyStark  7 
1 day ago
Spam. Blocked.  1 
1 day ago
+1
2 days ago
#SAVETONYSTARK  6 
1 day ago
Reported as spam. Blocked.
2 days ago
MAS VCS JÁ ENCONTRARAM O TONY??? O OXIGÊNIO DELE ACABA AMANHÃ DE MANHÃ 😡  5 
2 days ago
#SaveTonyStark  5 
1 day ago
Spam. Blocked.  1 
1 day ago
+1
2 days ago
Salvem o Tony por favor  1 
2 days ago
ô nasa,salva o tony stark por favor? ele vai ficar sem oxigênio
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: East Antarctica contains enough ice to potentially raise our global sea level by 200 feet. NASA ICE scientists discuss the causes driving new findings on how a group of glaciers have shown signs of acceleration in the last decade. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2G9TlSn #AGU18
Timeline Photos
2 days ago
Fill glass with ice water. When the ice melts does the glass overflow? Thanks for coming to my ted talk.  35 
2 days ago
DJ Wheeler yeh, but your ice cubes aren't above the water. Fill up your glass to the rim without ice and then melt the ice and let it drip over the glass, then tell me what happens.  35 
2 days ago
DJ, the ice in your glass is floating so it displaces water. since ice has a larger volume than water, when the ice melts the level will go down just a bit, however, the ice on earth is not all floating. Antarctica is a continent/land mass and it's ice is not all floating so it's melting will, and is causing sea levels to rise. Just last week we lost an island in the S. Pacific ocean.  22 
2 days ago
My next Ted talk will be on better understanding Facebook facetiousness  7 
2 days ago
Let's try that with a solid piece of ice floating. Now let it melt.  4 
2 days ago
Fill a glass with water and ice. When the ice melts it overflows. The oceans are water, not air.  2 
2 days ago
DJ Wheeler 🙄😂
2 days ago
Question. Since the 90’s when al gore started squawking about global warming and ever since then, have we lost any beach front or beach towns due to rising water levels? I mean I go to the beach every year for the last 28 years and it looks the exact same to me.  28 
2 days ago
That's right! The world is no bigger than your beach.  17 
2 days ago
Andrew Vick actually yes here in Washington State the northern shore of our state in the Nea Bay Area they are in the process of relocating their town there are also areas in Alaska that are having to do the same thing  9 
2 days ago
That why I was asking a question. And wouldn’t ALL sea levels be rising? I mean they are all connected.  2 
2 days ago
Havent lost any beach front? Do you generalize everything else in life too?  2 
2 days ago
Andrew Vick right? Didn’t stop that guy from buying a multimillion dollar home in CA, or his Mansion in Tennessee that use more energy than half the neighbors on your street, either!  2 
2 days ago
Pat Trigg so you are saying that rising water won’t affect beach front?
2 days ago
How can there be an East Antarctica?  11 
2 days ago
East Antarctica, also called Greater Antarctica, constitutes the majority (two-thirds) of the Antarctic continent, lying on the Indian Ocean side of the continent, separated from West Antarctica by the Transantarctic Mountains. It lies almost entirely within the Eastern Hemisphere and its name has been accepted for more than a century.  10 
2 days ago
Jim Harvey you win the award for dumbest question of the day 😂😂  6 
2 days ago
From the south pole every direction is north.  6 
2 days ago
Jim Harvey The east and west hemispheres extend all the way to the poles, otherwise they wouldn’t be half spheres would they?  4 
2 days ago
Colin Prent wrong
2 days ago
Colin Prent REALLY ??
2 days ago
Save stark  8 
2 days ago
Alan Kevin nasa already responded.  1 
1 day ago
shut up
2 days ago
O
1 day ago
The ignorance here is staggering  3 
1 day ago
Ben Redmond Roche The minute intelligence ( what there is of it) displayed ain’t lookin’ too good either.
1 day ago
Nice. Gonna be a Oceanside Arizona  1 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
With today's Voyager 2 news, you might be wondering: just where is the edge of our celestial neighborhood? This illustrated introduction to our solar system shows that it all depends on how you look at it. Watch: https://youtu.be/6Sd0nwb6dd4
2 days ago
The last planet in our solar system is Pluto!  9 
2 days ago
Dan Barnett there are celestial bodies bigger than Pluto that are further out than Pluto. Why not call those planets too  8 
2 days ago
incorrect, the last known planet is eris  2 
2 days ago
y is that imp...let it b watever pluto wants :p dosnt pluto hav rights 😂  1 
2 days ago
Sebastien Audren I dont have a problem with it.
2 days ago
Good idea - maybe we should call them planets too!
2 days ago
Dan Barnett nah
2 days ago
#SaveTonyStark  6 
2 days ago
Hi N.A.S.A it's where i say it is 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁  2 
2 days ago
Se podría pensar:que la nube de Oort, es el vientre de nuestro sistema Solar. Por ello, se obliga a investigar su borde, como los contornos en la tierra.cada uno tiene su particularidad.
1 day ago
Salvar homem de ferro, talkei!??
2 days ago
2 days ago
Looked into the mirror?  8 
1 day ago
NASA lies, huh? What about the other 71 space agencies in other countries? You're just another dumb conspiratard
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: Voyager 2 launched two weeks before its twin in 1977, but followed a different, longer path away from Earth. Along the way, Voyager 2 has been providing scientists with unprecedented observations of the space it’s traveling through. Get the latest now: https://go.nasa.gov/2rt8bJt #AGU18
2 days ago
Please save Tony Stark from space he ran out of Snacks ! #SaveTonyStark  9 
2 days ago
Syed Bilal Ali reported as spam  1 
2 days ago
Iron man isn't real.  1 
1 day ago
Syed Bilal Ali I am a marvel fan too and iron man is my favourite character.
2 days ago
Shantanu Manerikar for Marvel fans he is real !🙂
2 days ago
Rodrigo Pérez Huerta same.
1 day ago
Gustavo Ramirez
2 days ago
Lol  5 
2 days ago
Beyond the heliosphere is not interstellar. It is still in our solar system  3 
2 days ago
Agreed! True interstellar space doesn't begin until you get beyond the outer edge of the Outer Oort Cloud.  1 
1 day ago
But if the theorized Oort Cloud is as large as predicted, then then Alpha Centauri system could also have an Oort Cloud that would overlap with ours? If the Oort Cloud does exist and is over 2 light years.
2 days ago
Bring tony stark home!!  2 
2 days ago
Spam. Blocked.  3 
2 days ago
Reported as spam  1 
2 days ago
Harsh Chaturvedi he ain't real mate
1 day ago
Brad Kearn Bonnie Merrihew Heather Hannah  2 
2 days ago
#SaveTonyStark  1 
1 day ago
Lame.  1 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE NOW: In September 2017, #HurricaneMaria hit Puerto Rico, devastating environment and infrastructure. Our NASA Earth scientists join experts discussing the effects seen from space & on the ground that continue to reverberate. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2rwayLo #AGU18
Timeline Photos
2 days ago
Reading "LIVE NOW" with a visual of a fully formed hurricane makes me nervous! Even in off-season.  3 
2 days ago
Beau Muniz not exactly rocket science. ;)
2 days ago
In a few months or so, Trump will claim it never happened at all.  2 
1 day ago
dumb a-- block
1 day ago
#SaveTonyStark  2 
2 days ago
Salve o Tony stark
2 days ago
2 days ago
1 day ago
Go stand over in the corner with the flerfers and moon-hoaxers.  2 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
After visiting Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, Voyager 2 has left the Sun's protective bubble and is now flying in the interstellar space between the stars. Learn more about this incredible mission as the encore to the Grand Tour begins: https://go.nasa.gov/2L5vbXM #AGU18
2 days ago
Please bring Stark back safely  22 
1 day ago
Spam. Blocked.  2 
1 day ago
Nasa cant save stark only the avengers can  1 
2 days ago
c mammut
2 days ago
Ya se quedo sin comida wey
1 day ago
No country for old men
2 days ago
4 días we! #NoTeMuerasToñitoEstrella
2 days ago
An absolutely amazing piece of engineering.  21 
1 day ago
With 70's tech. Oh that we would understand a destiny that awaits us and live up to it!  1 
2 days ago
Congratulations NASA! Boldly go where no one has gone before.  15 
2 days ago
Perhaps you find Mr Stark there  10 
2 days ago
When a million people repeat the same line over and over it's really more of a mantra, and annoying to boot  7 
2 days ago
Vitor Hugo it’s come to this. Space and NASA are fake. Tony Stark is real....  2 
2 days ago
Ray, it was an Iron Man reference.  1 
2 days ago
You SERIOUSLY haven't understood my joke, Ray??? 😶
2 days ago
Vitor Hugo I guess your right
2 days ago
Spock!
2 days ago
wow, it takes 4 decades to get out of the solar system  8 
1 day ago
Đàm Hùng no, it is still in our Solar System, and will still be in our solar system long after we are dead. It has just passed through the suns magnetic sphere. The solar system is massive, and extends far beyond Neptune, the Kuiper Belt and the Oort Cloud.
1 day ago
Gerard, I was under the impression that Voyager 2 had passed Heliopause a while back, thus exiting the Heliosphere. Doesn't that mean it's effectively out of the Solar System?
1 day ago
Eleven billion miles at 35,000 miles per hour
1 day ago
Don't forget Voyager 1 which took a slightly quicker route out of the solar system around 6 years ago.
2 days ago
Space is big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist's, but that's just peanuts to space.  7 
1 day ago
“The story so far: In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.”  2 
        
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The Voyager 2 probe no longer feels the solar wind and is flying through the interstellar space between the stars. It carries a working instrument providing first-of-its-kind observations of the nature of this gateway. Mission operators still can communicate with the probe as it enters this new phase of its journey, but information – moving at the speed of light – takes about 16.5 hours to travel from the spacecraft to Earth. Here's a look at this incredible mission by the numbers: https://go.nasa.gov/2Gjpero #AGU18
Timeline Photos
2 days ago
"...On its journey back, it amassed so much knowledge, it achieved consciousness itself. It became a living thing." – James T. Kirk, 2270s  440 
2 days ago
All praise V'ger.  27 
2 days ago
Not to be too big a nerd, I understand what you mean, but V'Ger was the "Voyager 6" Probe.  13 
2 days ago
Vgr needs the information.  8 
2 days ago
well played sir, well played :D  4 
2 days ago
Vger is aliveeee  3 
2 days ago
*rumble*  2 
2 days ago
No-no, not miles! Kilometers please. Use kilometers.  375 
2 days ago
Convert it yourself if you need to, it's easy.  27 
2 days ago
Dmitry N. Medvedev NASA does distance in miles. Deal with it.  20 
2 days ago
Dmitry N. Medvedev it shows both....  19 
2 days ago
Dave Cox don’t want to. It’s 2018.  17 
2 days ago
Ian Pearse 🖕  8 
2 days ago
Use your conversion factors noob.  3 
2 days ago
My eldest daughter was born in 1977. Both she and Voyager 2 have been stellar for 41 years.  158 
2 days ago
To infinity and beyond , have my upvote.  3 
2 days ago
This was unexpectedly wholesome, thank you!  3 
2 days ago
#DadJoke  3 
2 days ago
Who’s Stella?  2 
1 day ago
Launched on the day I was born 😊 x  2 
2 days ago
Jim Par, she was Blanche DuBois' younger sister.  2 
2 days ago
41 years in space and still sending signals back to the Earth traveling at 34,191 mph, meanwhile, my 2-year-old PC is crapping out. 🤨  157 
2 days ago
I'm guessing your PC wasn't designed by NASA. ;)  10 
2 days ago
Shep Wakefield because your phone doesn't cost several million dollars, you get what you paid for  6 
2 days ago
Wei Sami Zhuang you get what you pay for  3 
2 days ago
Wei Sami Zhuang it's ok. Mine is too because it needs a ground.  1 
2 days ago
And I can’t make a phone call in this building. Yet we can talk to the satellite 11 BILLION miles away......
2 days ago
2 days ago
V-ger. Looking for the creator.🖖  96 
2 days ago
Figured someone already beat me to it...  3 
2 days ago
Jesse Guardado my exact thought!  1 
2 days ago
can’t wait until it comes back so someone can procreate with it
2 days ago
Jesse Guardado, beat me to it! And 1 movie made about it!
2 days ago
Jesse Guardado then has to come back to earth🤔
2 days ago
Jesse Guardado I was gonna say same thing!!!
2 days ago
Say Hi to Tony Stark on the way past. 🙋‍♂️  70 
2 days ago
This joke is already dead.  2 
2 days ago
I don't get this joke at all  2 
2 days ago
Came here for this 🤣  1 
2 days ago
Who is Toney stark?
2 days ago
I don't get it
2 days ago
Adnan A ok 👍
        

Youtube