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This week:

🚀SpaceX prepares for its upcoming Demo-1 flight test to the International Space Station
👨‍🚀 NASA Astronauts complete final qualification training before their March 14th launch
🔴Our Mars NASA InSight lander records weather on the Red Planet

Take a look at these stories & more in the latest episode of This Week at NASA!
3 hours ago
Aliens...inner...earth..400.miles..down..alien..cities..  3 
2 hours ago
Almir Ibrahimovic you have zero evidence to support that😹😹😹
2 hours ago
Ahhhhh ha ha ha
3 hours ago
One World Constitution😁✌  1 
3 hours ago
A couple centuries too early for something like that.
3 hours ago
Fantástico  1 
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Awesome- it brings a smile to think of such goals. It’s an inspiring adventure and requires forward thinking.  1 
        
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Felt cute, might delete later! 📸 Our New Horizons spacecraft snapped the sharpest possible pictures of the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed #UltimaThule, its New Year's flyby target and the farthest object ever explored by a spacecraft. Get a closer look: https://go.nasa.gov/2IxUHaB
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Completes orbit around sun every 298 years. Last time it was in its current general location Johann Sebastian Bach had completed his Brandenburg Concertos. It is 4 billion miles from earth. Amazing!  43 
4 hours ago
Yohan Germo I hope your world opens up for you one day. Explore! Read! Learn...I’ll bet you thrive. All the best to you  3 
4 hours ago
Becky GiGi fairytales  2 
4 hours ago
Yohan Germo why display your stupidity to strangers like you do?  1 
5 hours ago
Needs a carrot and some buttons for the face! 😉  8 
5 hours ago
Does not exist. #fakenews #Nasahoax  6 
5 hours ago
Derek Hofer your intelligence is the only hoax.  15 
5 hours ago
what would nasa gain by lying about this discovery? or do you think they lie only to receive more funding  7 
5 hours ago
Derek Hofer dope  5 
5 hours ago
I realize bleating "Faaaaaaaaake!!" on all of NASA's posts may seem to you to be a devastating argument, but how about backing it with some evidence occasionally? And if you don't believe NASA is telling the truth, why are you wasting your time following NASA's page like a faithful dog? It's certainly not because you want to convince others of your beliefs, since you've yet to provide even the most basic evidence to support your point of view...  3 
5 hours ago
I notice you don't have any proof of that, why is that? Oh right because the only fake news hoaxers are you nuts not NASA.  2 
5 hours ago
Your brain doesn't exist.  1 
5 hours ago
Looks like my Kidney Stones...lol  5 
5 hours ago
Delete....like NASA deleted original Apollo tapes? 🤔  5 
4 hours ago
Nope. only COPIES we’re recycled  11 
4 hours ago
Anthony Hardey You can watch a 3 hour video from the original 11 tapes.  7 
4 hours ago
That was an Itty bitty vidicon camera.
4 hours ago
Dan Tate I thought the Apollo landing was lost, thus the cruddy video we see on TV so much. Though, I'm glad that they've made efforts.
4 hours ago
Anthony Hardey not very bright are you
5 hours ago
Nasa please stop sharing this.. Cuz jawhra aflem, shems aflem, mosaique aflem will write about it. Entitled جسم غريب يقترب من الأرض و علماء من التاسا يقرون بنهاية العالم.  1 
4 hours ago
Ultima Thule is not approaching the Earth. It has remained in a stable orbit for billions of years. It won't be going anywhere new.
        
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LIVE NOW: Watch experts provide an update about the upcoming uncrewed SpaceX Demo-1 flight test to the International Space Station for our NASA Commercial Crew Program, which will launch astronauts on American rockets and spacecraft from American soil for the first time since 2011. Tune in: https://go.nasa.gov/2IyDm1d
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6 hours ago
God speed oh explorers of the unknown.  5 
6 hours ago
I hope no delays again  4 
6 hours ago
There have been no delays.The crew dragon is actually ahead of schedule.  2 
4 hours ago
Greg Larsen lol
4 hours ago
Greg Larsen it’s several years behind
6 hours ago
Bien por la cobertura.  2 
2 hours ago
Ατλας χ τελικο, σιραμονε 1 τελικο, χιροσιμα χ τελικο α ,ποιος ξερει , αρα, αρα
5 hours ago
WAY overdue
6 hours ago
Raquel Ruíz Rivera
        
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#CrewDragon is a 'go' for launch! 🚀 Today at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, we held the flight readiness review for the March 2 liftoff of SpaceX Demo-1. There's a review before every launch, when teams meet to discuss any technical questions and review the work done to be ready for flight. Watch NASA TV at 6 p.m. EST to get updates about the flight readiness review from our experts.

Get the details: https://go.nasa.gov/2IuI3sN
Watch the news at 6 p.m. EST: https://go.nasa.gov/2IugrEn
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7 hours ago
God Bless Nasa, From Papua Island, of Indonesia Country..  6 
7 hours ago
I will be part of this NASA in future  5 
7 hours ago
Woohoo, crew Dragon.  3 
7 hours ago
Ok good luck and god bless on a successful mission  2 
6 hours ago
Gracias por la cobertura, ya falta poco para que se cumplan las expectativas.  1 
7 hours ago
El 70% de la superficie de la Tierra está cubierta de agua y las superficies de agua en reposo siempre forman un plano horizontal. Además, nunca en la historia de la humanidad se ha observado cómo el agua se adhiere al exterior de una esfera, por lo que es imposible que la Tierra sea una bola giratoria.
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Prisioneros Del Poder Breyson como sabes que el 70% de la superficie de la tierra está cubierta de agua?!?
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Prisioneros Del Poder Breyson Not impossible, as earth is undeniably an oblate spheroid.
6 hours ago
Estan endoctrinados.. no pueden ver la verdad...
        
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Today at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, we held the flight readiness review for SpaceX Demo-1, the March 2 launch of #CrewDragon. There's a review before every launch 🚀— teams meet to discuss any technical questions and review the work done to be ready for flight. Here are the latest updates about this crucial step: https://go.nasa.gov/2IwK73L
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9 hours ago
I pray this is super sucessful for spacex they need this.  7 
9 hours ago
Space X the next gen rockets for space exploration. Next stop Mars landing 👏🏻👏🏻  6 
9 hours ago
Sathishkumar Srinivasan mars Landing with a crew is unfortunately much more complicated than launching a falcon 9 with a dragon crew capsule..  4 
9 hours ago
That’s right!! I’m not expecting very soon but by 2033 which is their vision and I believe they may do it before that  3 
8 hours ago
Sathishkumar Srinivasan you're assuming Elon Musk won't have destroyed SpaceX by then....  1 
7 hours ago
Sathishkumar Srinivasan wont see a Mars landing in the next decade.  1 
5 hours ago
When astronauts can now stay in space for almost a year (Scott Kelly) why not travel and come back within a year!! In fact why do they have to come back when they know the whole planet 🌎 is theirs😂😂
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Benjamin Howard I don't think Musk is trying to destroy SpaceX. I'm saying he's becoming less and less rational with his business decisions, which have cost more than 5000 people their jobs over the last twelve months, left people who had paid non-refundable deposits on Tesla cars facing a three year wait, entirely because of his constant ego-tripping and grandstanding. I don't want SpaceX to fail, but I sincerely believe Elon needs serious psychiatric help.
8 hours ago
Is anyone else confused by the moon landing in the 50s? They just said the Israeli rocket that’s just left earth will take 2 months to get there. I was under the impression that the US one took a matter of hours to get there and landed and came home with 3 days or so... how did I get so confused? 🤷‍♀️  2 
7 hours ago
first manned landing was 1969, not the 50’s  10 
8 hours ago
Different flightpaths due to different amounts of energy. the apollo missions had a much larger amount of energy to expend on a more direct flight path.  5 
8 hours ago
Energy Aimie ... it depends on the method used...the US launches use more powerful rockets and boosters to allow a more direct flight path...  3 
8 hours ago
I blame Tom Hanks.  2 
8 hours ago
Energy Aimie they probably have limited fuel so they have to orbit the earth once it twice until the orbit intersects with the moon  2 
8 hours ago
Energy Aimie because nasa is fake  1 
9 hours ago
Ciao dall'Italia i più bel paese del mondo 🇮🇹  2 
7 hours ago
la tierra solo es un reyno en tinieblas cuyo conpuesto de materia elemental es energia condensada que percibe tu mente.  1 
7 hours ago
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Congrats to Virgin Galactic on SpaceShipTwo's successful flight to suborbital space with four NASA Technology payloads. With access to reduced-gravity, researchers collect data needed to mature their tech for use in deep space. Find out more about our tech onboard: https://go.nasa.gov/2IFVKVQ.
Virgin Galactic
9 hours ago
I just like to know when the next flight is going to happen.  2 
11 hours ago
Yeahh...as well teletransportation its real now haha  1 
11 hours ago
Because when it was the government, they could blame an elaborate conspiracy of somehow hundreds of thousands of people of different affiliation to all keep a huge secret. But when multiple private companies easily verifiably launch their own space programs, it runs in the face of this belief and proves it wrong. So instead of admitting they're wrong, they go deeper into their denial. Edit for the people who read with pictures I'm not a nasa denier, I'm explaining how conspiracy people think.  11 
11 hours ago
Casimiro Mendoza López you should probably seek help for your mental issues  6 
11 hours ago
I presume that means you don't believe this story. Why? What evidence do you have that it is false?  3 
11 hours ago
Casimiro Mendoza López Otro idiota sin educación 🙄  2 
11 hours ago
Brian Fortenberry take off the tin foil hat.  1 
11 hours ago
Oscar Gonzalez has de ser un terraplanista no? Para creer todo lo que ves
4 hours ago
😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲👍🤠😃😃😃😃🖖
4 hours ago
🐎💩
10 hours ago
Wonderful technology ❤️
7 hours ago
Ooh, how do I become a test pilot :-?
        
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What happened on the International Space Station this week?

🤖Robotic refueling
👩‍🚀Spacesuit maintenance
📡The world wide web extending into space!

Find out more by watching the latest episode of NASA's Space to Ground!
12 hours ago
Good wishes,,,  2 
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👍  1 
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❤️❤️❤️  1 
12 hours ago
Nice Wishes . GTEAT NASA .  1 
13 hours ago
Good work 🤙  1 
12 hours ago
GREAT NASA .  1 
12 hours ago
Joy Sanglap Bhattacharya AWESOME COMMENT  1 
        
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After much anticipation, Israel’s first Moon lander is ready to launch! We have provided SpaceIL with images of the Moon’s surface to assist with landing, as well as use of our Deep Space Network to transmit data. We also installed a small laser retroreflector to test it as a potential navigation tool in future Moon to Mars missions! Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2IvRcS1
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1 day ago
I love these reports of scientific cooperation rather than competition. I wish politicians could see their way to a similar brotherhood for the benefit of all humanity.  58 
1 day ago
Unfortunately the job of politician attracts people more focused on their own selfish interests than the benefiting of everyone, particularly as the costs to try and become an elected official keep climbing and barriers are put up against someone interested in doing the job rather than exploiting it for themselves.  5 
19 hours ago
Oren, Pagan? Yeah right  1 
23 hours ago
Jim Bullard they have freemasonry, our dear politicians, that's an international pagan brotherhood
1 day ago
Good job Israel and NASA!  25 
21 hours ago
Si proud of the NASA and this cooperation with Israël ❤️🇺🇸🇮🇱😘  24 
5 hours ago
Free palestine :)
1 day ago
We love Pakestine  22 
1 day ago
ام علي احمد i stand with israel  6 
1 day ago
Palestine is the real country isreal is a virus and will go  5 
1 day ago
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1 day ago
Really? And how will Israel "go"?  1 
1 day ago
Muslims Killed in palestine Barma Iraq Iran Damashq Afghanistan J&kashmir And hundreds of places like these And u idiots morons fools real terorits says muslims r trrits shame on them thier laws and humanity
1 day ago
Small crater on far side reserved for Palestinian space homeland.  20 
1 day ago
Go peddle your irrelevant political views somewhere else. Thanks.  4 
1 day ago
the only rockets palestinians know to fire is towards Jews  2 
1 day ago
😂😂😂
1 day ago
Good one
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I stand PROUD AND TALL with Israel since i share the same bloodline. 👍👍👍  14 
1 day ago
dirty jew?
1 day ago
dirty dirty dirty termite!
1 day ago
Raimond White, i think your 4 legged mom spelled your name wrong on your birth certificate! 👍😂👍
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#LaunchAmerica 🇺🇸: the return of human spaceflight to U.S. soil.

Our NASA Commercial Crew Program industry partners The Boeing Company and SpaceX are on the verge of making history. First up: the March 2 liftoff of SpaceX's #CrewDragon on a demo flight. What's next: https://go.nasa.gov/2T9o8Uu
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1 day ago
Looks like we're going to have to block a whole load of new fake profiles.  17 
1 day ago
Rick Cook lol!! Yep all the pea brains will be out in force!  2 
20 hours ago
Rick Cook these posts are always feeding my block list. I barely have to add new ones these days.
1 day ago
Cool photoshop  13 
1 day ago
It's an artist rendering, Axel 🙄  26 
1 day ago
Artist rendering, buddy  16 
1 day ago
Peter Mira nope. It isn’t  3 
1 day ago
Not used at all here  2 
1 day ago
Greg Sorum a rendering is a photoshop lol  1 
1 day ago
You guys are cool 😃
1 day ago
Dare to dream! So excited about where this new technology will lead us. Way to go, NASA and SpaceX 🇺🇸🚀💪  11 
1 day ago
It will not happen. #fakenews.  10 
1 day ago
Fake person. Ignore.  19 
1 day ago
Derek Hofer mong  5 
1 day ago
Why won't it happen? Please, enlighten us.  4 
1 day ago
FE dork here! Your name is such an apt anagram.  1 
1 day ago
Derek Hofer lol time will Show,so Stop Trolling  1 
1 day ago
Robert Destree ha ha ha like you’ll get anything but more bait.
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We only wish Yourmom had been #Fake  1 
13 hours ago
Paranoid conspiracy theorist alert!
1 day ago
Parese falsa esa foto mas bien es falsa esa imagen !!  2 
1 day ago
No es una foto es una obra de un artista para representar visualmente un aproximado de como se verán las futuras naves en el espacio.  3 
1 day ago
Juancho Cmejia Sabes leer en inglés?  2 
1 day ago
Juancho Cmejia Por qué estás pasando una vergüenza por no entender la descripción de la imágen.  2 
1 day ago
Juancho Cmejia correct it's a computer artist's impression.  1 
1 day ago
Rodrigo Pérez Huerta no porque ?
1 day ago
Rodrigo Pérez Huerta Thank you 🖒
        
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We have our sights on the Moon AND Mars! On the latest episode of Watch this Space with NASA's Administrator, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine looks back at 15 years of discoveries by our Opportunity Mars Exploration Rovers and looks forward to new commercial partnerships for missions to the Moon. Learn how we’ll work with American companies to design and develop human lunar landers and reusable systems so we can return to the Moon — to stay. Watch!
1 day ago
My dream is to have the blue mark in my account 😞  3 
1 day ago
Reesha Khawar Why not? Why can’t you post your “proof”?is it the Illuminati? Is it the lizard people? Do the armed guards that patrol the ice wall also monitor Facebook comments?  3 
1 day ago
So where is this proof you claim you have? You can put another comment on here but not reply to the other one you posted an hour ago?  1 
1 day ago
Matt Plowright I can prove...but not here  1 
1 day ago
Good night with sweet dreams.  1 
1 day ago
D Brian Schuermann I can proof it with logice but not right now becasue Ill make an article about it. I dont wanna ruin my logic over here.  1 
1 day ago
C'mon Reesha Vs Matt..!:)
1 day ago
Omg I am so excited about all this.. 🤩🤩🤩🤩  2 
1 day ago
New director please. Preferably one who isn't a failed museum owner  2 
1 day ago
Make it happen NASA.  2 
1 day ago
Awesome. Congratulations  2 
1 day ago
I say when the earth is "fixed", that's when we should worry about the moon and Mars.
19 hours ago
What we learn about other planets could help us with the Earth. Science does not live in little pigeonholes.
        
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As we celebrate #IntroduceAGirltoEngineeringDay, we aim to encourage the future female workforce to consider a career path in engineering and be part of the next generation of explorers. Today—and every day—we have the opportunity to Introduce a Girl to Engineering since these women are poised to be the future leaders who challenge themselves to solve problems and act as agents of innovation. Watch our Facebook story today to see stories from some of our innovators!
1 day ago
How about we teach all of our kids that they can be anything they set their heart to become?  10 
1 day ago
Shewmaker That would be cruel and not true. How about we teach and support our children to develop their talents and learn them also to accept their limitations?  15 
16 hours ago
I feel there's truth to both of these comments.
16 hours ago
I feel happy that this guy wasn't my daddy.
16 hours ago
Connie Shewmaker And I’m happy I had a mommy who didn’t tell me lies.
12 hours ago
Are you saying that females cannot become engineers? Because I really do not know what "limitations" you are talking about.
1 day ago
Not to be confused with #IntroduceAnEngineerToAGirl day  3 
1 day ago
Alex Kielnecker lol
1 day ago
👍  1 
1 day ago
I need to calculate the position of the planets in the signs to make their own software. How to get a dll or other way to calculate?  1 
1 day ago
All the best team and smile everyday  1 
1 day ago
I have an idea to make a motor spinning. No electricity or petrol,wind or water or any battery needed to rotate the motor. Can i cell my invention. U can use this invention to driven a generator or for a gear unit. This motor unit can run without stopping. It can run continuously .
        
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If you were asked to name the Moon, what would you call it? We chose Hippocamp as the name for a mysterious tiny moon around Neptune discovered by our NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Discover more about “the moon that shouldn’t be there”: https://go.nasa.gov/2T4ZeVX
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2 days ago
here come the moony mcmooniton names  26 
2 days ago
Moony McMoonface  4 
1 day ago
Shannon Heitt not Moony McMoonface? 😆  2 
2 days ago
Luna De Lunarface.  2 
2 days ago
Jamie Lyons there ya go  1 
1 day ago
Shannon Heitt I second that name
1 day ago
Oh my God this threw me back so hard. I miss that show in its original form
2 days ago
Call it Mirum since it’s the Latin word for surprise (because it was surprising to find it because it was so tiny) ☺️  26 
1 day ago
That's a name that, AFAIK, hasn't been used for any celestial body. Granted, it'd violate the rule for Neptunian sattelites (which all have to be named for aquatic creatures and beings of mythology) but that should definitely be used for something. Great find!  1 
1 day ago
Cool!  1 
1 day ago
Amanda Gonzalez great idea.  1 
1 day ago
Thank you! 🌒
1 day ago
Thank you!
1 day ago
Thank you so much ☺️
2 days ago
Space doesn't exist  12 
2 days ago
yes is does right between your ears plenty of it  19 
2 days ago
Jeffery Coleman brainwashed much?  5 
2 days ago
It actually does, by definition "space" is all around us. It's "outerspace" that doesn't exist. Just like gravity, etymology of the word is "wieght" or "heavy". Things have wieght, and can be heavy, so there is gravity by definition. Now, if you're talking about a magical force pulling towards the center of an oblate spheroid that they call "gravity"? Then nope, negative on that. You need to learn the true defecations of words before you use them..  5 
2 days ago
why is the oath of silence necessary when rising to the 33rd degree of Masonry? ⚜️🔱⚠️  1 
2 days ago
Coleman is a FE shill.  1 
2 days ago
Damian Stemmler and between yours
2 days ago
Our Earth's Moon? I think "Luna" is quite appropriate :D  10 
1 day ago
I agree. The IAU needs to oficially name our moon Luna and our star Sol.  6 
2 days ago
Eric Kelel Well, since "Luna" is just the latin name for our moon it can also be considered to be called that.  3 
2 days ago
Eric Kelel Luna is just the latin (and romance languages) word for moon, so both are correct.  3 
1 day ago
Broc Glover Any ideas about our Earth though? I'm for Tellus, since it's the roman god version of the greek god Gaia, which is the godess of earth.  1 
1 day ago
Robin Maximilian Furthersbe, I'm fine with Earth. But that is an interesting name.
2 days ago
Ours is named Moon, not Luna
2 days ago
Earth's moon does have a name. Luna. The term "moon" is a generic label for any planet's natural satellites. As in "The moons of Saturn."  6 
2 days ago
Broc Glover Luna is just the old Latin word for moon. Mona is the old English word for moon. Selene is the name of the moon from old Greek. Other moons are called moons because of our moon, moon is it both it’s name and object type.  12 
2 days ago
Broc Glover false. “moon” is generic, but the OFFICIAL name for ours is indeed “Moon”. Please note the capitalization difference  4 
2 days ago
Why its name isn't more widely used is a mystery. Perhaps we simply like sticking to the tradition of calling it "Moon?" Personally, I think Luna is an awesome name.  2 
2 days ago
Our Planet Earth, our Moon and our Sun indeed have no "official" astronomical names actually. Terra, Sol and Luna are just the latin names for these 3. While I would be fine if our moon and our sun would indeed just go by their latin names as official astronomical names I'd say it just wouldn't fit for our planet, since "Earth" relies more to the fact that we're "walking on this earth", our home planet, and it also wouldn't fit in row with the names of roman gods we have given to all our other planets in our solar system. I'd say since our planet is sometimes also referred to as Gaia, since this goddess in greek mythology is the origin of all life, as our earth is the origin of all human life, it's roman pendant being the godess Tellus, "Tellus" would maybe be a good official astronomical name that sits in row with the rest of the planets names.  2 
2 days ago
I was about to ask that why our moon doesn't have a name, now I know its Luna  1 
2 days ago
Or if you want oldest, Akkadian/Sumerian is Nanna or Sin
2 days ago
Proteus calls it "Mini Me".  4 
5 hours ago
Lol, nicely done.
        
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Just because you’re small, doesn’t mean you don’t shine bright 🌟 The Whirlpool galaxy and its companion galaxy are merging. At the center of each galaxy is a supermassive black hole millions of times more massive than the Sun. Their intense gravities should cause that orbiting gas and dust to heat up and radiate, outshining all the stars in their galaxies — but they are being surpassed by a single neutron star. This is an incredibly dense nugget of material left over after a massive star explodes at the end of its life. Read more and shine bright: https://go.nasa.gov/2IrGADQ
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2 days ago
Why do you all follow #NASA if you don’t believe?  39 
1 day ago
Sad trolls with sad lives.  5 
1 day ago
They got rejected by NASA.  2 
2 days ago
I believe you. Small minds entertain so easily...  2 
2 days ago
In physics bound what you think is wrong
2 days ago
Guglielmo Embriaco they're trying to get the sheep "woke", even though theyre the idiots
2 days ago
Guglielmo Embriaco how simple,because we wanna see delusional people are like you 😂😂😂
2 days ago
Call me a geek, but I love this stuff!  8 
2 days ago
Pete Cella OK, you're a geek... ;-o
17 hours ago
Pete Cella OK GEEK 😂😂🤣🤣you're so funny have a nice day
2 days ago
Geek! Hey, you told me to! :D
2 days ago
As a really short person who loves the stars, I REALLY appreciate this post.🙂🙂🙂💚 You shine on too, NASA. You shine on, too.  8 
2 days ago
Nice wallpaper art . Beautiful painting  6 
2 days ago
Its a photograph  20 
2 days ago
This galaxy was extensively photographed long before NASA  14 
2 days ago
JuniOr San oh look, an outlandish claim with zero evidence. Very credible!  8 
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🤦🤦  5 
1 day ago
JuniOr San no, nice photo.  3 
1 day ago
I've photographed this from my own backyard.  3 
2 days ago
So what happens when two black holes meet?  2 
2 days ago
As measured from earth, a pair of black holes with estimated masses around 36 and 29 times that of the Sun spun into each other and merged to form a 62 solar mass black hole. Three solar masses were converted to gravitational radiation in the final fraction of a second, with a peak power 3.6×10^56 ergs/second, which is 50 times the total output power of all the stars in the observable universe.  16 
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Super duper massive black hole  9 
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They merge.  8 
2 days ago
Ultra massive black hole?  4 
2 days ago
Ya buy a double ender online...  2 
2 days ago
David Greenwood AWESOME COMMENT  1 
1 day ago
It looks like a cat... it's a catdromeda  2 
1 day ago
Teal Hudson galacticat. 😃  2 
1 day ago
Not cat but snail  1 
1 day ago
Tealomeda
        
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Our flying SOFIA Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy has a new toy, and the results are extraordinary. 🔭 With a new instrument on board, the airborne observatory is able to study celestial magnetic fields with ground-breaking precision. Flying on a modified airplane, the 106-inch telescope is now equipped to offer us new understanding in the star formation process. Discover new clues with the latest compilation of scientific results: https://go.nasa.gov/2T1ZAgc
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2 days ago
Oh, my! New take on Van Goghs Starry Night  25 
5 hours ago
My thoughts exactly
2 days ago
It still amazes me that a telescope mounted in a plane can actually be made stable enough to get useable data. Amazing bit of engineering! :)  25 
1 day ago
Mark Owers it is similar to the stabilisation systems used to steady the main gun on tanks.  2 
1 day ago
Mark Owers actually, it’s more like an AirRide truck suspension, plus gyroscopic stabilization.
2 days ago
Like one of Van Gogh's paintings.  19 
2 days ago
My thoughts exactly!  2 
2 days ago
I was about to say, "NASA has achieved what van Gogh was always able to see!"  2 
1 day ago
Ray...yes indeed...very much like Van Gogh's "Starry Night"...😊☺  1 
1 day ago
That's actually a really good analogy.
2 days ago
Beautiful image - such a shame to use imperial units to describe 21st century technology though, “inches”🧐  16 
2 days ago
Bull. Your country still regularly uses inches, imperial gallons, mph, Weight is stone (super imperial), and distances are regularly given in feet.  3 
1 day ago
Gordon Towsley nope. The UK is a hybrid, still has very prominent use of imperial measurements alongside metric.  2 
1 day ago
I was extremely surprised when i left the U.S. to visit the U.K. and discovered their speed limit signs were in miles per hour. I was expecting to see kilometers per hour. I really don't see the U.S. converting, any time soon, or even ever.  1 
2 days ago
Eric Kelel wha?  1 
1 day ago
Brian Hassett US I think is the only country in the world that is not metric.  1 
1 day ago
Ian Pearse Not when I was there last June. Seemed pretty metric to me, speed signs, packing.
2 days ago
Sample of why you should hold hope for Humanity, for a little longer. Amazing!  3 
1 day ago
I want to see a picture of the plane. Currently imagining a little turboprop with a massive telescope strapped to it like a Christmas tree lol.
1 day ago
Very first link in the post goes direct to SOFIA’s page. And in the article are several links back to SOFIA. So the next question: are you blind??
1 day ago
Too lazy to click the link??
1 day ago
John Prater B747 SP.
1 day ago
Eric Kelel It doesn't show any pics of the plane in the article. Just one of a piece of hardware sitting on the ground.
        
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How's the weather? Did you have a #snowday today? 🌨

Astronauts on board the International Space Station captured this view of the Great Lakes region in mid-February, with clouds and frozen terrain as far as the eye could see: https://go.nasa.gov/2T4xy3K
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2 days ago
Oh look, a curve!!!  27 
2 days ago
Jeffery Coleman funny, billions of people see it daily.  6 
2 days ago
What kind of egg shape curve is that..  2 
2 days ago
Jeffery Coleman yeah because there’s no curvature in the picture. Right.  1 
2 days ago
You will never actually see the curve with your own eyes. Blind faith
2 days ago
Tom Pratt you win
2 days ago
Mathew Turner The pathetic lie kind that people are desperately clinging too🤣
2 days ago
In b4 the flerfers  15 
2 days ago
Indeed. Shame they prefer their magical sky wizard over actual observations  7 
2 days ago
LOL Flerfers! That’s awesome  3 
2 days ago
Jeffery Coleman the Earth is a SPHERE regardless of what NASA has to say about it. Looking out your bedroom window is not observation.  2 
2 days ago
Jeffery Coleman burden of proof is on you buddy, if you can’t back up your claims, then get off the internet. Maybe take a shower and get out of the basement and get some sun.  2 
2 days ago
Flerfers Covfefe!  1 
2 days ago
Nasa has been caught lying multiple times, plenty of evidence, you just don't want to admit you've been lied to. Actual observations are that the earths not moving, and water is level. You won't get the last laugh.
2 days ago
Look at that beautiful CURVE.  11 
2 days ago
I wish i had this view myself, even for a moment. :O  11 
2 days ago
Tomek Wilk imagine this turned into a huge wallpaper for one’s living room 👍  4 
2 days ago
Well, we can be glad to live in this day and age where we have easy access to pictures like that 24/7. Imagine living just 100 years in the past. Or even just 50. No ISS, no Internet etc.....  3 
2 days ago
10 inches of snow today in Minnesota. We're approaching top 5 snowiest months since we have around 30 inches in February alone. Beautiful view of the Great Lakes you have!  6 
2 days ago
Yes!  1 
2 days ago
More to come this weekend  1 
1 day ago
This all happened because every single god that humanity ever believed in has decided that Florida must be obliterated. Snow in the rest of America is just a side effect.
2 days ago
Snowiest over the last 100 years where I live in Washington.
2 days ago
Pat Cameron Notice how I said "We are approaching top 5 snowiest months on record" meaning we're going beyond breaking the record for February -- we're approaching top 5 for ANY month on record, especially after these next two systems move through!
2 days ago
Brad Hahn correction: this is now the snowiest February on record in Minnesota.
2 days ago
Im ashamed it took me a moment to realize that was superior but from an angle im not used to 😂  2 
        
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Could the Moon be a potential source of water production? 🤔 Solar wind from the Sun streams protons to the Moon, which interact with electrons to make hydrogen atoms. These atoms migrate and latch onto oxygen atoms bound in the lunar soil. Together, hydrogen and oxygen make the molecule hydroxl — which is a component of water. 🌊 Learn more about the potential for a chemical factory: https://go.nasa.gov/2IrffSe
2 days ago
but also you need 600°C and high pressure to produce water. It's not so easy  4 
2 days ago
Not necessarily, depends on the rock composition.  1 
2 days ago
Mmmmm! Moonwater! Sounds deceptively simple. But we have the Earth to save first.  3 
2 days ago
Patricia Favreau Why can’t we do both?  1 
2 days ago
Patricia Favreau lol to saving the earth. As if we are capable of stopping ourselves.
2 days ago
Even if we can't get water out of the moon we can store it there to resupply missions to Mars.  2 
2 days ago
Horrible supply location. would cost far more energy to pick it up than to just bring it in the first place  3 
2 days ago
Per-Einar Dahlen far cheaper to get it from Earth than the Moon. Not just a little cheaper, but By several orders of magnitude.  2 
2 days ago
Eric Kelel It would be even more crazy to bring it from Earths gravity well. Its lots of water on Mars, but it takes energy to cleanse.  1 
2 days ago
You don't have to bring it all in one mission either.
2 days ago
Per-Einar Dahlen for use ON THE MOON. Not for use for Mars missions.
2 days ago
Eric there are plans to produce fuel from water on the Moon. Why would they do that if its cheaper from Earth? Two factors are 1/6 gravity, and no problem with atmosphere. Anyway, on Mars they will ofcourse make water and propellant locally.
2 days ago
leave our moon alone , it's keeping planet earth on its orbit. anything happened to the moon will shift the planet earth straight to the sun  1 
2 days ago
Moha, you don't Science very well.  3 
2 days ago
I thought it was only pulling the Earth away from the Sun during about half of its orbit, while the other half it's pulling us towards it.  3 
2 days ago
STOP THREATENING US..
2 days ago
Nope
2 days ago
Moha Baha , Bahahah
2 days ago
Brandon Smith brilliant!
2 days ago
That gif needs a warning ;) - I feel dizzy  1 
2 days ago
It would be great if you built a plant building on the moon.😊🎶🌱  1 
        
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Welcome to a mock spacecraft where crewmembers live for 45 days and emulate a real space mission, complete with 16-hour work days and a flight-like timeline of scheduled activities. The fifth Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) Campaign has just “lifted off” and is helping us collect data on extended isolation, team dynamics and conflict resolution. The Test Subject Screening group is even accepting volunteer applications for future missions. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2T6nXcD
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2 days ago
Anyone know what soundstage they film this at? Great CGI !  3 
2 days ago
So which is it? Soundstage or CGI? Can’t keep your delusions straight?  16 
2 days ago
^^ Well that just proves you don't know how either work, let alone what they even are..  10 
2 days ago
thats some pretty pathetic trolling. Grow up.  1 
2 days ago
Buzz off pathetic loser  1 
2 days ago
Nope, it's a CGI soundstage!
2 days ago
I actually do, just like to rile the masses!
2 days ago
great model for me and eveyone... Love from India...  2 
1 day ago
in Indian love cartoons?
2 days ago
Good idea..👍👍  2 
2 days ago
Nasa sont retour bon courage voyage en mars  1 
2 days ago
Good luck, Ian!  1 
2 days ago
Bon vol et j'espère des recherches prometteuses. Bon courage .👍  1 
        
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Swimming like solar tadpoles from the Sun, newly found plasma jets spark a clue to an age-old mystery about the temperature of our star’s upper atmosphere. At 200 times hotter than the sun’s surface, charged particle disruptions from this region can even reach Earth. Understanding how this region, the corona, gets so hot can help us understand what drives these disruptions. Take a closer look 🔎: https://go.nasa.gov/2ImHelS
3 days ago
This is just close ups of Doritos  4 
2 days ago
I always thought the Sun was cool ranch flavored.🤔  1 
3 days ago
Climate change is to blame. The sun needs more politicians!  4 
3 days ago
Stellar comment... 🙄  3 
2 days ago
Star commenter.  1 
12 hours ago
Rob Baer I concur.
3 days ago
NASA isn't even trying with this picture. I can't even see a shadow or anything.  2 
3 days ago
"I can't even see a shadow" YOU ARE LOOKING AT THE SUN. THE SOURCE OF ALL LIGHT IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM. A SHADOW OF WHAT?  18 
3 days ago
They'll be claiming it's a sphere next  2 
3 days ago
Daniel Ryan look at the light ball with the tail moving. There’s a arrow pointing at it  1 
3 days ago
Daniel Ryan have you ever tried zooming into a video?  1 
3 days ago
Yes, Haven't you watched CIS?
3 days ago
Exactly! Your at the source! 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️
2 days ago
[On the Sun] mr. President... our scientists have discovered living beings on the tiny frozen planets of solid matter when we traced the origins of the probe. This changes everything! We don't just have to search for life on the gas giants" -the president nods- -two light beings grab the scientist- "You can't hide the truth! Solid life exists!"  1 
2 days ago
I c again and again what is this on SUN💥,i request to "NASA"find soo many interesting things because we will hope strong human in this planet.I feel NASA secreatly find other strong planet🤔.  1 
2 days ago
Comme toujours que de photoshop 🐸
        
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🌡️ Lows of -138°F (-95°C) with SW winds peaking at 37.8 mph...

Daily weather reports from 🔴 Mars start today, thanks to data from sensors on our NASA InSight lander! Follow the temperature, wind, and air pressure trends as seasons change on the Red Planet: https://go.nasa.gov/2T6XJ9G
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3 days ago
PLEASE do not engage with science deniers. They are either trolls or just looking for attention.  35 
2 days ago
Sue Robinson .....but it is so much fun to mess with them......🙁  4 
2 days ago
It’s a waste of time. I’d rather threads stay on topic.  4 
2 days ago
Oren Ahdout You forgot to post some proof of your bs.  3 
2 days ago
Derek Steiger The kind of commenter she's talking about are the ones who deny anything that doesn't agree with their religion or personal beliefs; if any of them had any observed facts to back up their comments I would accept that as worthwhile. But do they ever have that? Pretty rare, from what I've seen.  3 
2 days ago
Sue Robinson Science denying is the true method of testing hypothesis. True science embraces criticism... unfortunately now days science is more a majority opinion rules and spurns challenges to a hypothesis. Kinda sad really.  2 
2 days ago
Sue Robinson the spinning ball is pagan freemasonic propaganda hiding behind "science". real science does not support supposed constant movement which was never measured or oceans that bend. we're center of creation, immobile.
3 days ago
All of you “fake” claimers noticed that this pictures is just to illustrate where the lander is?  31 
3 days ago
You know that nasas makes hundreds if not Thousands of computer simulations to visualized the actual landing and launching to make sure that how everything would work in real life. Or people are that dumb these days that can’t tell the difference?  14 
3 days ago
Washington Egas they are way dumber, waaaaaay dumber  5 
3 days ago
Ivan Ravinovitch Barely above bright canines,with advanced speech and language centres. Flatards, moontards, christards too.  3 
2 days ago
Washington Egas why would they create a simulation if they have so many non CGI photos of (Arizona desert) mars?  2 
2 days ago
Washington Egas Can you link me the real footage, I’d love to see it. Genuinely, I’m intrigued. Thanks.  1 
3 days ago
You won't believed that this video has been released a day before that very day of going to Mars
3 days ago
Is it true that since the atmosphere is so thin, 37 mph winds aren't nearly as violent as it is here on Earth?  12 
3 days ago
Figures I've seen before published by NASA state that a 60 mph wind on Mars has about the same force as a 3 mph wind on Earth.  9 
3 days ago
Paul Krueger correct  4 
1 day ago
We can calculate dynamic pressure using q = .5pv^2. Using that I get that a 37mph wind on Mars has a pressure of around 2.7 Pa vs. Earth at 167. Running it backwards, a 37mph wind on Mars should feel like a 4mph breeze on Earth.  1 
3 days ago
😆
2 days ago
Thanks
2 days ago
I would think so.
2 days ago
hope there’s a Mars weather app in the making 🙂  7 
2 days ago
Josip Knezevic that would be fun.  2 
2 days ago
Josip Knezevic really good idea. I would definitely get one of those! 👍🏻  2 
2 days ago
You can ask Alexa for the weather on Mars. It's not a real forecast, just a synopsis of the weather conditions.
3 days ago
Fake photo! How can the instruments be crystal clean after 3 months since landing  7 
3 days ago
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3 days ago
Pretty sure that is a rendering.  25 
3 days ago
Nothing gets past this guy. 🙄  11 
3 days ago
Its kust to illustrate where it is, its called am artists rendition of it  11 
3 days ago
Besides, Mars isn't a *constant* sandstorm...  4 
3 days ago
Marci L. I like that gif haha 👍🤣  1 
2 days ago
Meanwhile, I can't get proper cell phone reception. 😂  3 
2 days ago
Karl Lindsay No, I work for Gate Gourmet. As a UK citizen, I cannot work for NASA, even if they wanted to employ me.  3 
2 days ago
And that's relevant how, exactly?  3 
2 days ago
Velvet Sloan lan Pearse works for NASA don't listen to him he's being payed to play down anything negative people say about NASA because blocking us would look obvious.  1 
2 days ago
Lol why couldn't you work for them. Gate gourmet is a catering company. U hate us conspiracists yeah lol. There's more we're I came from it's a fight people can't win, we know we're being lied too it's reality the facts are out there.  1 
2 days ago
Karl Lindsay nope, you’re the vermin spreading lies
2 days ago
Karl Lindsay "we know we're being lied too it's reality the facts are out there" Yes, the deniers are lying to you. If you know it, why follow?
        
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Tonight, you don’t have to be a werewolf 🐺 to appreciate the brightest and largest full Moon of the year. Ever wondered why they are called supermoons? Get your howl on here: https://go.nasa.gov/2IoL91I
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Doesn't have the cachet of "Super Blood Wolf Moon" though.  4 
3 days ago
perfect Supermoon in korea😊 thanks for NASA  3 
3 days ago
clear sky and a beautiful moon.  3 
3 days ago
The Moon here amazing 👏👏👏👏👏😍😍😍  3 
3 days ago
Sonia Marta is it bigger though?  2 
2 days ago
Amine Amraoui yes,I'm seeing the fantastic Moon
3 days ago
NASA SAID IT, BARK AT THE MOON  3 
3 days ago
The philosophical question here is whether or not a werewolf appreciates a full moon. I suppose it depends when you ask him/her/it.  2 
        
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X-ray communications? It may sound like sci-fi, but with shorter wavelengths than radio, x-ray comms could potentially send more data for the same amount of transmission power. We're set to test this on the International Space Station: https://go.nasa.gov/2IyK5Im
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3 days ago
I watched you fly over my house in Canberra last night.  26 
3 days ago
Allways awesome to witness that.  1 
3 days ago
My GF doesn’t think so. Lol What it would be like to experience that view.
3 days ago
Guy Metcalfe I watched it fly over lake Issyk-Kul in Kyrgyzstan. Second largest alpine lake in the world.
3 days ago
NASA is never fake its very real  16 
3 days ago
Jeffery Coleman there was no photoshop when the Blue Marble photo was taken  7 
3 days ago
uhh, ok? I agree?  4 
3 days ago
glad you agree  2 
3 days ago
Okay, except for the blue marble right? "Photoshopped because it has to be"?  1 
3 days ago
Jeffery Coleman I could tell you why it has to be photoshopped. It’s simple and not at all sinister.  1 
3 days ago
David Alan Kilborn do tell!?
3 days ago
Beginners take note. To undestand start at square 1. Read a book. Take a class, etc. For example I am trying to learn to play the piano. I have learner books. You will be able to discuss in due time and I will eventually become more proficient on a piano. And please everyone don't pay the conspiracy people any attention. That is their fuel. Fool fuel.  13 
3 days ago
Using ionizing radiation for communications sounds like a bad idea.  10 
3 days ago
Nay, there is a difference between X-rays (which are ionizing) and microwaves. (which are NOT ionizing) The energy load difference between the two is HUGE. The typical Microwave particle used for communication (along the 2400 MHz band) has an energy per photon of... 10 µeV. (10 millionths of an electron-volt) By comparison, X-rays START at 1,200 eV, or 120,000,000 times as intense. (it takes about 10-15 eV to be ionizing; this begins near the end of UV-C and the beginning of Extreme UV) (do not conflate debunked rumors of microwave exposure causing cancer with the very real effects of X-ray exposure) Still, this is a communication that isn't emitted broadly, but instead as a focused beam, so exposure risk isn't a question.  9 
3 days ago
Larry Pendergraft Space is full of ionizing radiation.  8 
3 days ago
So if it's a focused beam then don't get in the way  2 
3 days ago
Larry Pendergraft no real difference than microwave. Xrays will be able to just send more data  2 
3 days ago
Exposure risk depends on how they are using the technology.
3 days ago
Acel Allard hence why I said there is no real difference.
3 days ago
• Cool concept — which underlines the idea that standard radio transmissions might not be where we will find signals from technological civilizations beyond Earth.  8 
3 days ago
That is a good point, Jon. Suddenly radio waves seem very primitive  2 
2 days ago
If developed to a reliable state it might well be, Eliot. In that case, if other civilizations use quantum entanglement... how are we going to detect it... 😬  2 
2 days ago
I always thought quantum entanglement would be an advanced communication method.  2 
3 days ago
Robert E Sapsford • Even beyond x-rays, I’m thinking gravity wave modulation.  1 
3 days ago
Jon Alexandr i'm thinking the same thing. Watch all those x ray receivers light up.  1 
2 days ago
Eliot Easterbrook • My understanding of quantum entanglement is that the physical components can be an indefinite distance apart, but those components must be moved apart in physical space, a process that would still be limited by the speed of light (as far as we know for now). In other words, contact between two civilizations in space would first require physical contact and the set-up of appropriate equipment. Then there could instantaneous communication.  1 
2 days ago
Does it Come with a free chest XRay  1 
        
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A white dwarf star is an Earth-sized remnant of a Sun-like star that has died. The older white dwarf stars have never been observed to have rings — until now. A volunteer with our Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 project has found that oldest and coldest known white dwarf star is encircled by rings of dust and debris. This citizen scientist discovery is challenging our assumptions about how planetary systems evolve! 👩‍🔬Take a closer look: https://go.nasa.gov/2SYWZDP
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3 days ago
It seems 99.9% of the universe remains unexplored so we should expect more changes to our current space theories  34 
3 days ago
We aren't even close to .01 percent.  5 
3 days ago
Just make sure you know where your towel is.  3 
3 days ago
"The Universe is not only queerer than we imagine, it is queerer than we *can* imagine." - J.B.S. Haldane  1 
3 days ago
It's a wild universe out there.
3 days ago
I would say that
2 days ago
Ambiguous. Theories...Mathematically? Very sound.
3 days ago
Nice artwork  18 
3 days ago
Jovan Stennett thanks  1 
3 days ago
My parents were old white dwarfs with rings, sooo....nothing new here.  18 
3 days ago
Nasty little hobbitses  3 
3 days ago
It does explain his stature..  1 
2 days ago
We're not talking about bathtub rings though?
3 days ago
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3 days ago
Every day something new and fascinating! I LOVE NASA!  7 
2 days ago
nasa is frau d
3 days ago
Buenas noches! Siempre nos están sorprendiendo con algo nuevo mis estimados NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Quedo anonadada con lo que afirman o suponen que pueda ser. Nuestro Planeta Tierra ha comenzado también a rodearse de escombros y polvo, Creo que es peligroso alterar y contaminar la pureza del cosmo exterior de la Tierra. Cuando una mínima partícula entra en un engranaje del reloj, este bloquea el paso cronométrico de las agujas del reloj. Nuestro Planeta también puede verse perturbado con los escombros, deberíamos preocuparnos en limpiar el espacio; por lo demás felicitaciones por el nuevo descubrimiento.🤝  6 
        
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Scientists who study the solar system tend to ask big questions: How was our solar system formed? Where did the building blocks of life come from? To find answers, they’re looking more and more at small worlds. Find out why by watching the latest episode of NASA ScienceCasts.
3 days ago
In the beginning, GOD created the heavens and the earth.  8 
2 days ago
In the beginning, man created God and myth..  4 
3 days ago
Do not be decieved, God is not mocked. Whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap.  1 
3 days ago
Your refusal to accept the true god Jibbers Crabst shall condem you!
3 days ago
Praise be the creator, Jibbers Crabst
3 days ago
Liz Wise are u serious or joking. Can’t tell. If serious seek help 👻
2 days ago
Liz Wise , no danger in mocking a fantasy.
3 days ago
My dream is be an astronaut to nasa❤  6 
3 days ago
You should try to work for nasa in general. Even if you don't get to be an astronaut at least you'll get to work for them  4 
3 days ago
ياسين الفهد اعلم هذا انه حقا صعب ولكن انا على استعداد تام لأحقق ما احلم به❤  2 
3 days ago
ام انس لكي تصبحين رائدة فضاء هناك اختبارات قوية وصعبة يجب ان تجتازيها في وكالة ناسا.....في النهاية حظا سعيدا في الحصول على ماتريدين ⚘⚘⚘  1 
3 days ago
It was God. LOL  5 
3 days ago
Yes, praise Odin!  6 
3 days ago
Hail Cthulhu!  5 
3 days ago
Talos is the only God we should worship!  3 
3 days ago
Lisa Bain blaspheme!! Praise Jibbers Crabst!  1 
3 days ago
Hail to the guy on the bus trying to make his way home.  1 
3 days ago
I'm partial to Shaggy, myself.
3 days ago
آج سے53 سال پہلے کسی نے لاہور میں ناشتہ کرنےکی خواہش ظاہر کی تھی 6 ستمبر 1965 😏 بس بتانا یہ تھا کہ وہ ناشتہ ٹھنڈا ہو رہا ہے 😂🔥  2 
3 days ago
The world will soon meet alien life they will have all the answers  2 
2 days ago
The UFO religion.
1 day ago
Or maybe all this already happened? 🤔
1 day ago
Dream on
3 days ago
Daniel Campos what if they come here to ask us for the answer?!
2 days ago
Daniel Campos Or a boatload of more questions.
2 days ago
GOD. nasa stop believing in evolution. believe in the one GOD who created everything thats in the heavans an earth
2 days ago
He didn't create spelling, certainly.  4 
2 days ago
Praise be the one true god, Jibbers Crabst  1 
2 days ago
may god help you all
14 hours ago
Mujaahid Dharsey no, there’s no such thing as a God or a deity! Stop believing in imaginary friends!
2 days ago
Mujaahid Dharsey if god is all powerful and infallible why did god create NASA? Maybe god sent you to to test OUR faith.
2 days ago
Another superstitious dolt pushing a fantasy.
        
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NASA's Rocket Science in 60 Seconds gives you an inside look at our work explore deep space. 🚀 In the latest episode, episode, Chad Bryant, core stage manager for our NASA's Space Launch System, explains what the massive, 212-foot-tall core stage is and how its five main structures will be outfitted and joined together. Watch!
4 days ago
🐎💩  5 
3 days ago
Why are you here dude?  1 
4 days ago
👥+ 📡 = 😥 💭  2 
3 days ago
Fake news....  2 
3 days ago
So you are too afraid to go see it in person. Weird.  2 
3 days ago
Debra Hall so you’re too afraid to go see the hardware yourself? So sad that reality frightens you so much.  2 
3 days ago
Eric Kelel lol yawn....
3 days ago
Eric Kelel lol your reality is hilarious.....
3 days ago
Debra Hall yawn
3 days ago
Today is Nicolas Kopernik birthday! #happybirthdayKopernik  1 
3 days ago
Erika CR voilà notre manager qui vas nous former 😂😂  1 
3 days ago
Anto Xs ptdrr on va s’organiser sa solo tkt on va se former solo 😂😂  1 
3 days ago
je vais lui envoiyer un message priver mais vu comment je parle anglais sa risque de prendre des années 😂😂
3 days ago
Ptdr ko 🤪
3 days ago
Anto Xs parfait on n’y va quand ? 😂😂
3 days ago
Nguyễn Phú Trọng đứng đằng sau nhiều vụ trọng án quốc tế
        

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