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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.

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Our magnificent planet is ready for its close-up 📸, & on #EarthDay, April 22, we’re calling on YOU! Help us celebrate by uploading a photo of your favorite natural features using #PictureEarth. Learn how your pictures could be featured in future projects: https://go.nasa.gov/2UJ1ZOx
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Patrick Tice
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Only if humans appreciate the grace of this incredible mother land.❤️
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Mohamed Ismail Alderrija
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Awesome! Thanks, NASA 💖 Happy Passover For All🐰🐇🐰💝💝💖💖💝💝
      
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The International Space Station is your orbiting laboratory, and the science being conducted there will help us push farther into deep space, while providing benefits back on Earth. Microgravity unlocks new worlds of discovery. Dive into what we're learning: http://www.nasa.gov/iss-science 🔬🚀
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You should be able to make some interesting composite materials in micro-G. e.g. foamed metals and metal composites. Has this been done - and if so were there any interesting materials as a result?  2 
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Thanks for taking us along for the ride.  2 
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Nasa has to do something about PETE material and HDPE, [Polyethylene] It Is very important in space...
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Mark Kugel
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Caroline Fernandes Ise
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Always, learning more. Thank you NASA.
      
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It's #NationalParkWeek! What do National Park Service parks look like from 250 miles above Earth? 👀 Take a peek at our gallery of images captured from the International Space Station to see these amazing places from across the country: https://go.nasa.gov/2GrJ54x
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Wow!! So beautiful!!!!  1 
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Wow real beauty.  1 
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So beautiful!!!  1 
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Beautiful photos!!!!!!  1 
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Very beautiful
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Become a citizen scientist with your smartphone. Create your own cloud in a bottle. Share your favorite nature photos with #PictureEarth. We are offering opportunities for all these activities and more through public and global social media events this #EarthDay, Monday, April 22! See the full list here: https://go.nasa.gov/2ULNYzx
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How does data from NASA Earth satellites help tackle our country’s biggest challenges? 🌎 With innovative technology, groundbreaking insights and collaborative relationships! Learn how we explore #SpaceforUS: https://go.nasa.gov/2Gn6OTJ
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Great achievement  2 
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Sirven de base para nuevas exploraciones o proyectos en el futuro.  1 
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great fakery
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Las adolescentes dejan en los basureros abandonados a sus hijos recien nacidos QUE ES ESO? Ni los animales tratan así a sus crias. Hechan a la calle a sus hijos por un macho. Violan a sus hijas QUE ES ESO?
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Hi! Nasa disciplinar en las escuelas del MERCOSUR es muy duro, hay que aguantar el griterio de los alumnos, soportar el desacato a la autoridad,soportar la violencia verbal y física,soportar la rotura del mobiliario de la escuela, los alumnos duran media clase sentados despúes se escapan del aula. Se reproducen como conejos, todos los años tienen hermanos de diferentes padres QUE ES ESO? dEJA
      
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From a cargo resupply spacecraft launching to the @International Space Station full of science + supplies...

...to a mission extension and launch dates for crew members on the orbiting lab.

Check out what happened on orbit this week in NASA's Space to Ground:
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god bless
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New discoveries!
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Fantastic NASA team.
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Awesome Work Everyone at NASA
      
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LIVE NOW: Astronaut Andrew Morgan will fly to the International Space Station on July 20, where he, Luca Parmitano and Cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov will take part in about 250 research investigations not possible on Earth. Hear their thoughts about the upcoming mission: https://go.nasa.gov/2GswZIn
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ভালোবাসা তুমাদের জন্য  1 
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donde estan  1 
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John Deacon bassist of the Queen and now astronaut.  1 
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Well he had to do something to top Brian May's astrophysicist status :D  1 
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Good luck!!😍😘  1 
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Hey, NASA, I was watching ISS flying by over my hometown (Curitiba, Brazil) yesterday (19.22 BRT) then a brighter object appeared in the sky following the station apparently, then vanishing... What would it be?
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Leandro, o brilho que você viu foi o reflexo do sol nos enormes paineis solares da estação; aconteceu já 2x comigo. Continue observando o céu 🔭 Saudações
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I know...Santa Clause.In early days unknown objects were called like this.Haha..
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Apparently it was the Hubble telescope...
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Dios los Bendiga reciban un abrazo de la familia SÁNCHEZ VÁSQUEZ
      
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Astronaut Andrew Morgan is scheduled for his first flight to the International Space Station on July 20, our #Apollo50th anniversary! Hear how he and his crewmates Luca Parmitano and Cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov are feeling about the upcoming mission today 2pm ET: https://go.nasa.gov/2GhqCHO
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good luck guys and be safe always  3 
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Good luck and enjoy every second of it!!  1 
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Safe journey, man! You're doing something amazing!
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Congrats this must be a historical occasion , wish you all good luck
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Be safe on your mission space💖🌎👀
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All best Morgan
      
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Tracking volcanic ash for safer aviation. Developing wildfire recovery efforts. Improving harvests during droughts. Our NASA Earth satellites provide insights that help tackle our country’s biggest challenges 🌎Explore our new interactive website, #SpaceforUS, to learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2UJj376
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Fantastic and beautifully explained! Thanks to all the hard working people in NASA and the ISS. Do keep up the good work for mankind and the world at large. God bless!🥰🥰🥰  2 
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Volcanic ash is great for the planet full of nutrients  1 
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What a beautiful image of Earth.
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That's cool browse by state. A good way to learn about the place.
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Hoping for a much better world for tomorrow.
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Computer generated deceit.
      
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LIVE NOW: Installation of Northrop Grumman Corporation's #Cygnus spacecraft to the International Space Station. What's on board? A life science research instrument, experiments on vascular aging and immune response, Astrobee 🐝 flying helper robots and supplies and fresh food 🍎 🥦 🍐 for the astronauts! Watch NASA TV: https://go.nasa.gov/2UHWCio
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Amazing!  6 
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Amazing beautiful picture from NASA🚀🌎🌏🌍🌐  6 
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2019 Ciências  1 
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Really ? Extremely Pleased The Bees Yea! 🐝🐝🐝 The Fruit Yea! 🍐🍓🍇
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Next up on NASA TV: Live coverage of the Northrop Grumman Corporation #Cygnus 🛰️ arrival at International Space Station returns at 7 a.m. EDT. Ground controllers will remotely install the cargo spacecraft to the station's Unity module, where it will stay until the end of July. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2GmeXHS
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มองออกมาข้างนอกบ้างนะ .ว่าเขาไปถึงใหนแล้วลุง หัวจวย...
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When's Spacex's crewdragon launch?
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Per fortuna che ho la macchina
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Good job to the crew
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Gente exatamente aonde que fica essa estação espacial????
      
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LIVE NOW: A spacecraft is approaching the International Space Station! 🛰️ The Northrop Grumman Corporation's #Cygnus is carrying ~7,600 pounds of supplies and science experiments to the orbiting laboratory. Astronauts Anne McClain and David Saint-Jacques will capture it using the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm at about 5:30 a.m. EDT. Watch: https://go.nasa.gov/2Gr9AHx
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What is it about the solar panels on spacecraft? They look very.... Elegant?  5 
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That's a good question, Aj. You might be surprised to know that the design of the folding solar panels is based off of the wings of insects. You should look into it. There's an interesting documentary on it.  4 
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Aj Rhoads I think it’s the color of them on a black background. I got a few photos like this I’ve had converted into AMOLED black backgrounds for my iPhone and they are just so crisp and the spacecraft pops off the screen.  1 
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We had mostly clear skies for watching the launch! Yay!  2 
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It will be great to see the human's technology in space when one flight will hug the other by catching with it's robotic arms  2 
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シグナス宇宙船が、ISSに無事、到着しますように!ミッションの成功を願っています。由美子です。応援しております。宇宙人います。
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Immer wieder beeindruckend! Fliegende Coladose im All! 🙂😎
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Happy sailing!
      
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Coming up at 4 a.m. EDT on NASA TV: See the Northrop Grumman Corporation's #Cygnus cargo spacecraft approach the International Space Station.

At about 5:30 a.m. EDT, the astronauts will capture it using the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm. Watch live: https://go.nasa.gov/2ULMbug
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Will be good to see
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Thhx
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Peter Lane
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Hi! NASA cómo se denomina a un ser humano incivilizado que no quiere ni trabajar ni estudiar?
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Be bless join the ride
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Awesome!!! Well done.
      
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Tomorrow, a #Cygnus 🛰️ carrying ~7,600 pounds of supplies and science payloads arrives at the International Space Station! Astronauts Anne McClain and David Saint-Jacques will use the Canadarm2 robotic arm to capture the spacecraft. Watch live on NASA TV: https://go.nasa.gov/2Gsqbum

4 a.m. EDT: Approach to the station
7 a.m. EDT: Installation to the station's Unity module
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Is there bacon on board? 😀  2 
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Kristian N. Enevoldsen 😂😂😂😂
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Ton nouveau micro Jimmy Castonguay 🤣😊🎙  1 
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Buon.viaggio  1 
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Nothing you all Report is ever ordinary, yet you are part of our human earthly species! What inspiring capacities!
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Thank you all at NASA!
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Bien por la cobertura.
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As we prepare to send NASA Astronauts to the #Moon2024, we have our sights on a place no human has ever gone: the lunar South Pole. Containing ice & other possible resources, discover why this new destination is so critical to future missions: https://go.nasa.gov/2GmLzBg
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Can't wait to see the first humans landing on the Moon since 1972, the first time in my lifetime I have ever witnessed such an event. Please send a woman this time!! Good luck and godspeed :) 🚀  59 
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Sexist. Send those qualified....  31 
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Peter Rooney they should send whoever is most qualified for the job, regardless of gender.  15 
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Peter Rooney send the right people for the job* fixed it...be men or women  6 
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Steve Gehl I never said there couldnt. Im just saying there is no reason to specify the gender.  4 
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"please send a woman this time" Only sexists make everything about gender.  4 
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Brandon Vega While that would be ideal, and there is no saying that a woman wouldn't be the best candidate, NASA needs to play to the public. We haven't been back to the moon since 1972 because the public lost interest.  2 
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We investigated our solar system closely with unmanned space missions from decades ( more than 50 years). But still taking lot of time for human space flight for a local neighborhood (celestial space body)  3 
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With all the new technology since the 70's, it's gonna be awesome to watch this. Can't wait for it!  2 
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Hollow moon theory, who know's what we will find down those holes???  1 
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فانه شىء راءع انه يتم دراسه جنوب القمر حيث وجود الثلج .... فهذا هام فعلا فكم اقدر عملكم يا ناسا .... واتمنى كل التوفيق والنجاح الباهر 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
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Feel so moon!!! Go Namba brothers to the moon.
      
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Today is your last chance to vote! We're nominated for seven The Webby Awards for our work bringing more space to you. Here's how to vote 🗳️ for our websites and social media: https://go.nasa.gov/2UGNydM
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Congratulations to NASA for sharing great news :  1 
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Congratulations to NASA for sharing Univers News
      
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Oh, the places you’ll go… 🎉! Today marks the first anniversary of NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite - TESS mission. Surveying the skies for one year, our spacecraft continues on its journey to find the most exciting planets outside our solar system. Celebrate with us: https://go.nasa.gov/2UJ68Sw
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Enhorabuena.  1 
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Congratulations to NASA anniversary of - NASA's mission  1 
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Happy first anniversary.. TESS.. Keep on working and sending us pics .... 😇😇😇😇
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Congrats nasa
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Congrats NASA
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-- 要保護這些照片版權ㄛ --
      
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And liftoff... 🚀 Northrop Grumman Corporation's Cygnus spacecraft is on its way to the International Space Station with about 7,600 pounds of science investigations and cargo after launching at 4:46 p.m. EDT from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Discover all the new science and research aboard: https://go.nasa.gov/2Gjv6hf
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Exciting. Congratulations  3 
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Congratulations from Sri Lanka  2 
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Congratulations and a safe journey!! Love from Sri Lanka 🇱🇰 🇱🇰  2 
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Congratulations from 🇮🇳  1 
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Thanks Jaffa Keen...  1 
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Beautiful launch.!  1 
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happy Earste from Portugal,Porto kisses
      
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LIVE: Following today's launch, the Northrop Grumman Corporation #Cygnus 🛰️ is in orbit, on the way to the International Space Station. What's next? The spacecraft's solar array deployment. Watch NASA TV now: https://go.nasa.gov/2UIQk1Z
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration - More than three hours after launching from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility, the Cygnus spacecraft’s solar arrays have successfully deployed and are providing power. It will arrive at the International Space Station Friday morning carrying about 7,600 pounds of cargo. Details: https://blogs.nasa.g...rays-deployed-3/.  18 
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Adam Filozof no you wrong  2 
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration love from Egypt🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🇪🇬  1 
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I wonder how many satellites NASA has flouting around to get those perfect pictures, without capturing each other and no stars. PRICELESS technology  1 
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And how close is that satellite to earth , cause it's in the atmosphere.... ANY GENIUS.  1 
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Ahmed El-arabi no you wrong
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#Hoax  4 
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Shaun Geddings #ShaunForStupidestPersonOnFacebook  12 
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Shaun Geddings you’re showing your idiocy. Leave if you don’t believe!  8 
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Shaun Geddings you need to get a psychological check up. You must be a scared little person that doesnt dare to leave the basement of your mama's house. Seriously, how sad is your life?  4 
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No Shaun. You're wrong  3 
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By the way, Shaun, you don't speak Japanese in part because of the Grumman Hellcat and the men who flew them. Those men knew the world was round because they flew and fought above it. I realise history is an unopened book to you, but a little gratitude goes a long way  2 
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Shaun Geddings aww someone, still, needs attention.  1 
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تم  1 
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Isidro Enriquez Luna#1 hola  1 
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Darren Diggles Goward
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How does a spacecraft spread its solar wings? Tune in starting at 7 p.m. EDT to watch as commands are given to deploy solar arrays on Northrop Grumman Corporation's #Cygnus cargo spacecraft that’s headed to the International Space Station: https://go.nasa.gov/2GlP4YH
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I was there. It was an awesome spectacle.  6 
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Super Cool 😎 The force ☯️💞  1 
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Awesome 😍  1 
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Usa for ever strong
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Nepali sat-1 is travelling toward space (ISS) . Making History by Nepal in space on this day.......first ever satellite of Nepal Best wishes.
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Great Congratulations
      
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LIVE ROCKET LAUNCH! We’re sending 7,600 pounds of research, supplies and hardware to the crew members living and working on the International Space Station! Tune in to watch the the launch of Northrop Grumman Corporation’s #Antares rocket carrying the Cygnus spacecraft that the company named in honor of astronaut Roger Chaffee who was selected to fly on the first manned mission of the Apollo program in 1967. Liftoff is scheduled for 4:46 p.m. EDT from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
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My father in law helped write the program for the first unmanned spaceship for NASA. So proud that. You guys at nasa are awesome!!  24 
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Janet Jenkins thats awesome  1 
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Safe travels from Maidenhead , Great Britain  7 
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Good luck 🍀 from New York good wishes and safe mission 🚀  7 
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Francisco Lopez from Costa Rica best regards and good luck 🇨🇷  7 
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Too many clouds from Rockville but congratulations on a successful launch.  1 
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Good luck. May it arrive safely at the international space station.  1 
      
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At NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, it’s a beautiful day for a launch! At 4:46 p.m. EDT, Northrop Grumman Corporation’s #Cygnus spacecraft lifts off, sending 7,600 pounds of cargo to the International Space Station.

Watch live at 4:15 p.m. EDT: https://go.nasa.gov/2UFy8X8
Live in the U.S. mid-Atlantic? You might see it: https://go.nasa.gov/2ULdo07
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Good luck Nasa and Northrop Grumman best wishes for a successful mission  3 
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Best wishes and have a safe flight.  2 
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047 plang yung bus na paalis. Yung tiket ko pang Bus 055. Hays tagal
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NASA congratulation for being the greatest keep it up  1 
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Mark Lancaster  1 
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Congratulation from Valdivia-CHILE!!! Good luck NASA!!!  1 
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കിറുക്കത്തി പെണ്ണ് കിറുക്കത്തി പെണ്ണ് ini murichaal pidichu ricketil itt chovwayilek ayakkum 😐😑😒😑
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Nikesh Nikki ണോ ണോ 🏃🏃
      
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JUST FOUND: The 1st type of molecule ever formed in the universe. ⚛️

Scientists using our SOFIA Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy Telescope have located helium hydride in our own galaxy. It is a contributor to the formation of the 1st stars. Unveil our cosmic beginnings: https://www.nasa.gov...is-found-at-last
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Nice, can we finally prove how life began and lose this religion nonsense?  122 
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Absolutely Adam Quirke true enlightenment for the entire species, what could be better?  35 
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We already can, actually, since 1859. (via Charles Darwin :P )  13 
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Okay, then where did your god come from?  13 
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Oh look, an ant who thinks knowledge of a carburetor proves that Ford doesn’t exist. How original.  11 
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Ray L Jordan is that all u can think of with this discovery?  9 
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Life began when God spoke His words in Genesis  7 
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You guys find molecules and other awesome tiny stuff.. I can't even find my keys.  58 
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Have you checked the chair cushions?  1 
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Get a cubesat of your own  1 
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Check the last few doors you opened; they might still be in the lock. 😂  1 
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Ahahah nice one !  1 
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You're like the guy that screams "Freebird!" at every live music concert ever. I feel physical pain. You've weaponized what used to be a joke.
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Benjamin Sebelius Jensen It was a good one...😆😆 Send me your bank account number... I'm sending you the noble prize ASAP😂😂
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Congratulations to NASA for sharing Great news.  9 
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🤠😲😲😲😲😲😲this could be the origins of life it's self.  1 
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Very lucky SOFIA she mast to play lotto!  1 
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Thanks a lot NASA for sharing this great news with us.... Wonderful... Really wonderful... Helium hydride in our own galaxy  1 
      
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This just in! Astronaut Jessica Meir is now set to fly to the International Space Station in September, and Christina Koch, who is currently in space, has her stay onboard extended to an expected record-setting flight of 328 days. With Koch now scheduled to remain in orbit until February 2020, she will set a record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman, eclipsing the previous mark set by Peggy Whitson of 288 days in 2016-17. Additionally, astronaut Drew Morgan, launching later this year, will also see an extension of his time in space, where he is set to spend 255 days in space and return to Earth in March 2020. Details: https://go.nasa.gov/2Gi9bXU
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Congratulations flight crew Expedition 59..we send out a round of applause to Canadian space agency’s David Saint-Jacques!! All the best with your endeavors <3  9 
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I just realized that the female on the left looks like Amy and the bloke in the middle looks like Sheldon...  3 
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Congratulations to u all....that's incredible and amazing ...safe journey GOD bless u all  3 
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Who?
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Marshall Aberle Bless the NASA astronauts, who did you think?
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The broken records are a byproduct. What you should really say is we've extended their missions due to us still depending on others for all space transport. I'm all for exploring the unknown, but NASA need to be more pro-NASA, so to speak. Make them realize if the US budget were a dollar bill, and you took away the percentage that was NASA, a vending machine would still accept it. Increase funding for all things astro- !!  1 
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God bless you and Congratulations  1 
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I hope that Christina is happy about staying in space longer. She may have had other plans, and it’s no small task to come back!
      
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While we get ready to send our NASA Astronauts farther than ever before, understanding the conditions of deep space is critical to keeping them safe and happy. A change they’ll encounter is a 50-60% increase in radiation. Here’s how we’re preparing for it: https://go.nasa.gov/2UGsVyn
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Satujen satu
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Ok very first and important question are we welcomed by them?
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Grazie Nasa del bel video Buon giorno a voi e Buon lavoro
2 days ago
Good stuff. Maybe employ crispr technology to help strengthen resistance to radiation effects. Get us off this planet NASA. Love your work
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Ethan Tchr
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A very safe and happy journey to u alll.. NASA astronauts... 😇😇😇😇
      
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NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn gathered radar data on its final flyby of Saturn's largest moon in 2017, revealing that the small liquid lakes in Titan's northern hemisphere are surprisingly deep, perched atop hills and filled with methane. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2ULSaQ0
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Congratulations to NASA FOR Sharing great news about Saturn.  1 
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Patrick Lundsgaard
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NASA planetary exploration could have gone further if we didn't put all our eggs on the Space Shuttle program.
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Could have gone farther with more funding for both.  5 
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When the military calls the shots on your space funding...  1 
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Funding has always been the big issue. The Moon Shot in the 1960s was possible due to a temporary surge in enthusiasm that was never matched since; even before Apollo 11 made it happen, Congress was already starting to walk back on NASA's funding. It's been independent of party, too: while Nixon, Reagen/Bush, and Clinton were all strong advocates, all of them wound up having to make substantial concessions, curtailing and cutting back programs. And ESPECIALLY since then, it's been a sort of ping-pong game, where each new President has had new ideas, and has simply drained funding from the prior President's programs to fun their own, rather than risk fighting Congress to expand funding.  1 
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Keiana Cornwall
3 days ago
I missed it...this could be anything really
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Cynthia Sylvester No, it couldn't. NASA doesn't work that way.
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Correction It was a joint mission between NASA and the European Space Agency
      
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The latest weather update is out for tomorrow's 4:46 p.m. EDT Northrop Grumman Corporation rocket launch from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility! Forecasters predict a 95% chance of favorable conditions for liftoff of the #Antares 🚀 and #Cygnus spacecraft, carrying over 7,600 pounds of research and supplies to the International Space Station. Details: https://go.nasa.gov/2GhkFLh
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Hope and Bless everything goes well All the ways up to the Space.  8 
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Εκει λειτουργια υπολογιστη αρα κβατ λογικη  1 
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demen un espacio para ir yo al estación internacional
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Vou pra lua,
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE: Watch our prelaunch event about tomorrow's 4:46 p.m. EDT liftoff of Northrop Grumman Corporation's #Cygnus cargo mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Tune in for the latest launch status updates:
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Enhorabuena por la noticia.  1 
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N@S@💿💿💿💿💿🖥🌎🌎🌎🖥
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N.A.$.A.👌$uper💫$tar👍👈
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Militarize space baby!! instead of making healthcare more affordable. I am completely okay with this o.o
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John Xu Why not complain about the military ... or the religious organisation tax breaks. Either of those two areas would make a far bigger impact on your wants in one year than NASAs entire budget would in 10
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It is sarcasm at its best
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
LIVE: Researchers and program managers talk about science and technology investigations launching tomorrow to the International Space Station aboard Northrop Grumman Corporation's #Cygnus cargo spacecraft. Time-sensitive experiments will be loaded on board just 24 hours before liftoff, a first for this mission. Watch:
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See you later, 8th wonder ✌️  2 
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a co to za zjawisko korona słońca w zaćmieniu  1 
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Felicidades a la NASA y asociados por los avances tecno-científicos.  1 
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