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Music: don’t leave home without it, even if you’re traveling to another world! As we prepare to send NASA Astronauts to the Moon, we want to know which songs we should include in our #NASAMoonTunes playlist. Here’s how you can submit your favorites: https://go.nasa.gov/2WMKRZk
Music: don’t leave home without it, even if you’re traveling to an
13 hours ago
Fly me to the moon and moon river, I just love old songs 😍  23 
13 hours ago
Agree with you, bro!  1 
9 hours ago
Yes, I'm a millennial but old songs is my favorite 😍
11 hours ago
And Swinging on a Star
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Enya. One of my favorites. I love that album!  6 
11 hours ago
The Memory of Trees is my favorite Enya album! That's awesome!  5 
7 hours ago
Joseph Britton Whitfield let me know what you think! 👍
8 hours ago
Imma check it out, better not b trash
13 hours ago
What a wonderful world - Nat King Cole  4 
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Moon River Fly me to the moon What a wonderful world.  4 
8 hours ago
The Moody Blues “To Our Children’s Children’s Children Album. Fantastic album made when we landed on the moon.  1 
      
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Did you know that all 50 states are helping us explore space? It's true! From universities to #smallbiz in towns from coast-to-coast, there are space connections in communities across the country. Dive in and explore how your home is helping explore space: https://go.nasa.gov/2WNzcJL
Did you know that all 50 states are helping us explore space? It's tru
10 hours ago
look at that, 'Murica is so large in this 'picture' that there is hardly any room for the rest of the world... :D  1 
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Bart Schoovaerts not at all but ok
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That is beautiful.  1 
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code; bending self like your the dirt like ferberize as a speck of earth
13 hours ago
No mention of the KS Cosmosphere, home to one of best space museums in the nation? It houses Liberty Bell 7 and the Apollo 13 command module.
12 hours ago
I'm pretty sure they've mentioned it before, just not in this one, specific post.  1 
8 hours ago
NASA IS A BIG MOTHER!!!!!É NÓIZ!!!!!!!!!!!MLK DOIDO!!!!
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Marrocco
      
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Did you know that the silicon chips that power your smartphone are one spinoff benefit of the Apollo program?

Exploring the Moon benefits us here on Earth and chances are that NASA Spinoff technology from Apollo have shaped your life. Read on to learn how the new Artemis program, which will send the first woman and the next man to the lunar surface, could propel us to new technological frontiers. https://go.nasa.gov/2MSmwfX
Did you know that the silicon chips that power your smartphone are one
18 hours ago
Back before stupidity became something to be proud of and flaunt. You know who you are.  31 
18 hours ago
Chouaib Makroum Its fun in movies, game shows, plays, tv shows and comedy clubs, but when it involves the lives of my children and I, I guess I’m old fashioned and want a functioning human in that role. That is not what we have today for the first time in my long life.  6 
18 hours ago
Greg Heifner even stupidity has its good facts lol
18 hours ago
A lot of technology that we have is thanks to you !!! Keep moving forward to find a way!!!💚❤️👏👏🚀🚀👌  28 
18 hours ago
I just have to chime in on the photo. Always love it, John Young on Apollo 16 jumping as he salutes. Can't help but smile.  12 
17 hours ago
Scott Lee Educate yourself before you speak up.  7 
18 hours ago
He had lowest Heart rate during lift-off of any on Apollo program. Icewater for blood.  5 
12 hours ago
Scott Lee no, your k knowledge of science is the garbage.  1 
17 hours ago
Chris Eldridge he's not on the Moon and he would have jumped 6 times higher if he was! All garbage!
18 hours ago
Let’s stop for one minute and imagine that tiny spaceship taking off the moon and travel all they way back to earth( if they successfully landed first ) .. passing the earth’s atmosphere and landed safely without any casualties or system failure ... and the big surprise is that this thing happened back in 1969 where no one from that day till now dare to resend human to moon one more time.. I thought it would be a piece of cake .. com on guys fifty years passed with no clue if this Apollo really happened or not ... I want another travel to keep my mouth shut forever 🧐..  10 
18 hours ago
Awadh Aljabali no sane or intelligent person questions the validity of whether or not we went to the Moon. We *did*. The proof is literally embedded in the lunar dust. We stopped going when the cold war ended. That's the only reason. It has nothing to do with our capability.  24 
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Awadh Aljabali they achieved it 6 times. Do some REAL research and educate yourself.  16 
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There were casualties.  9 
17 hours ago
Awadh Aljabali the moon landing was partially because the USA could not afford to let the USSR to get there first. There has not been an incentive like that since.  4 
18 hours ago
Grady Klein exactly why spend money to send people and take a risk even if it's miniscule when we can just send rovers.  3 
17 hours ago
Grady Klein I am not doubting NASA capability .. I am sure they can do it when ever they want .. but with a low space information guy like me .. this question always bothering me 🤝
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Can’t wait for the next moon mission 😜👍🏽  3 
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Do Doy Mark so what? Who would want to use 50-year old technology?  2 
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Tautuki Choice they destroyed that technology😂  1 
12 hours ago
I have no idea, maybe that's the reason why they Can't go back😂  1 
11 hours ago
Do Doy Mark they will when SLS and Orion are completed and a lander are ready. Maybe the first part of your sentence says it all: "I have no idea..."  1 
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Live coverage of moon landing was totally awesome
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🤔So you mean, the first woman if indeed she goes first, will be the first ever human to its surface right😏? Can't wait to see that! It's been a nice fable thus far, along the lines of God, big foot, and a clean election victory for big T. 😂 😂 😂. Must say though, nothing I like more than a mooning woman... 😜😉
17 hours ago
they just said the device you're using is a result of ACTUALLY going.. smh how was that nap back in 5th grade science ??  6 
16 hours ago
so basically... you refuse to believe the 12 people who already walked on the moon and will finally believe when a woman does? Yeah, ok  6 
17 hours ago
Raffaela Paredes you need some education.  4 
17 hours ago
Oh wow, so you know better than the Soviets then?  4 
16 hours ago
Raffaela Paredes were you always this dumb? Or did someone drop you on your head as a kid ?  2 
16 hours ago
Greg Huddleston 🤔👉☝️No. How dare you very much?! 😘
      
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If you want to feel the rumble of a rocket launch in-person, apply to attend our July #NASASocial event at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida! This SpaceX launch will carry tons of cargo and supplies to NASA Astronauts living and working aboard the International Space Station. Get more details and submit an application before 11:59 p.m. EDT: https://go.nasa.gov/2MMT1vY
18 hours ago
Very good
19 hours ago
Tough luck. I wished all the time since from childhood days but i’m non US resident.
21 hours ago
This steps is very important thanks 😎🗽🔩⚙️😁👏👏👏
20 hours ago
The Falcon 9 is and amazing feat of engineering. Just look at it. How do you explain all of this—as just a mistake?
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Nice
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Enhorabuena por los proyectos de la NASA, haciendo ciencia para el presente y el futuro.
      
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Know a dad who could use a little space this #FathersDay?

Here's NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope’s view of a nebula located about 10,000 light-years away from our home planet that’s rearing clusters of young stars: https://go.nasa.gov/2WN9Dbv
Know a dad who could use a little space this #FathersDay?Here's NASA
21 hours ago
Woww !! It's so beautiful, Progress has continued 💜💜🌸
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Wow! Thanks for sharing
17 hours ago
Sight is really a beautiful thing I love the image thank you
10 hours ago
Lovely picture, blessing and happy father's day.
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Happy day FATHER
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God its beautiful
      
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‘Are we alone?’ 🤔

In an attempt to answer this age-old question, our #Mars2020 rover will soon embark on a journey to the Red Planet. Learn how a new device from NASA's Johnson Space Center will help its search for chemicals linked to the existence of life: https://go.nasa.gov/2MN5W0Y
‘Are we alone?’ 🤔 In an attempt to answer this age-old questi
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Proud to have worked on parts for this.  9 
1 day ago
Generally, Either we are alone in this huge unknown universe,or maybe there are some other kind of intelligent life out there then us, both possibilities freek me out 😐  4 
1 day ago
Anass Ennasraoui and who did say that in the first place ? Not you
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We know so little about the history of our planet, or the history of Mars. They are both old around 4.5 billion years, and first modern humans appeared around 200k years ago. First civilizations appeared 6k years ago, but were there any civilizations much, much before that? Well based on documents that CIA published on their site, they were. 1 Million years ago there was a huge civilization that lived on Mars. They had huge pyramid structures, and "people" that were thin, and much taller than humans today. They were about to leave their planet because it wasn't the best place for them to live there anymore. They were waiting for the 'search party' to find the best planet for them(maybe it was the Earth). How did they know all that? Well with the use of astral projection. They gave some 'astral specialist' just coordinates 40.89 degrees north, 9.55 degrees west and told him to go 1 million years BC. Didn't tell him what place or anything. What is more creepy is that if you actually go on Google Mars and enter those coordinates you will see something that does look like pyramid structures and a possible facelike structure. This 'astral session' happened in 1984., much much before Google Mars was released. How did they know these coordinates in first place, and why exactly 1 million years ago, and ... so many questions, if anyone else except CIA published this I would see it only as a joke, but in this case there could be, and there is for sure, a lot of stuff that we don't know, and that they are not telling us. ;) ;)  2 
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Smh. Where's the evidence of this so called civilization? Don't believe everything you read.  7 
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Adis Sokolovic You make a pretty vast claim: " 1 Million years ago there was a huge civilization that lived on Mars. They had huge pyramid structures, and "people" that were thin, and much taller than humans today. They were about to leave their planet because it wasn't the best place for them to live there anymore. They were waiting for the 'search party' to find the best planet for them(maybe it was the Earth). " You provide a time frame, 1 million years. You give the appearance of the Martian people. You describe their intentions to leave the planet. You give details such as the "huge" size of the civilization and the multiple pyramid structures (plural). You describe a "search party" of..... what? Astronauts? Astral projectors? Even a Stone Age civilization will leave behind evidence of artificial (rather than natural) effects on their environment, such as cave paintings, foot paths. and perhaps arrowheads. So far, none of these things have been found. To build a pyramid requires stone-cutting tools, a quarry to get stone, means of transporting the stone to the build site, some way of lifting the carved stones into place, and so on. A pyramid shaped mound on Mars may be evidence of such a culture. But it's far from proof. A single fingerprint is evidence. Matching a full set of clear prints to a particular individual is proof. Sometimes it takes a LOT of evidence to add up to rock-solid proof. That doesn't mean your claims aren't true. It just means we have a long way to go to prove them according to scientific method. Stay curious!  2 
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Adis Sokolovic Source?  2 
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Renee Wise What kind of evidence do you want? I've already told you if you go to the exact coordinates you will see something that does look like pyramid structures. Don't forget that 1) it was a million years ago, if you leave our planet for 100 years without humans it would look completely different, not to mention 1 million years. Just look at the Chernobyl and how does it look like today, and that's just for 35 years. 2) if it is really what it is, the people that are working for Google had to hide any obvious evidence.
1 day ago
Are you still receiving bombs in Sarajevo … Well , i guess the effect of the war is still there …Quit drugs … Silly ..😎
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After a million years nearly all evidence of a civilization would be gone. On our world there are only two man made structures that may be around in a 100 thousand years from now. The Great Pyramids and Mt. Rushmore. So I'd say the civilization on Mars was around less than a million years ago. Probably 200k tops.
1 day ago
In a way, aren’t we, as individuals, alone in our own experiences? 🤔  2 
1 day ago
We’re all alone. But at least we’re alone together.  1 
1 day ago
Timothy Pollitte maybe just you....
1 day ago
No we're not alone. If we rethink what the word alive means, we as in everything is alive. Atoms, molecules, all the way up...plants, animals, humans... we are all made up of energy that is alive! We are one with the Universe because the universe is us! Even plastic is alive... and concrete and metal. People have just been conditioned to think differently.  1 
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Timothy Mundorff yes, that's another way to put it.
15 hours ago
Self-replicating systems, then.
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Michael J. Citak then why they cannot yet find other creature or alien with our sophisticated invention. Advance Telescope,? advance Echo reciever,?
1 day ago
I think '‘Are we alone?’' is a ridiculous question. 'Have we found evidence of life on other planets yet?' is better. If there is no other life out there, I would totally suspect a hologram universe.
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Terence Perring space is known to be infinite. Meaning there is an infinite chance for other life. So yes. Yes there is other life  3 
1 day ago
laughing with me Keith, or at me....
15 hours ago
I've suspected a hologram universe ever since Trump was elected.
      
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It's oh so quiet 🤫

New science from @SOFIATelescope shows us that the Milky Way's black hole 🕳️ is quiet because gas and dust orbits the center instead of falling into it, thanks to a strong magnetic field. Check it out: https://go.nasa.gov/2MPMqkn
It's oh so quiet 🤫 New science from @SOFIATelescope shows us that
1 day ago
Very exiting! So amazingly beautiful ✨  6 
1 day ago
Awesome work NASA very interesting  3 
1 day ago
Absolutely magnificent~^^))))Thanks a lot NASA🤩🤩🤩🤩👍  3 
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Thnx NASA for sharing such a magnificent photo  2 
1 day ago
Oh that's beautiful! Reminds me of a Phoenix.  2 
23 hours ago
Kaitlyn Davis, I was looking at it and said either it a bird, or I be trippin.
8 hours ago
Amazing evolution made proportion! Im sure you understand nasa¿ 《S》RxT=D? _______
      
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GPS coming to a Moon near you! 🌐 🛰️

To ensure the next generation of explorers, the #Artemis generation, will have robust location services all the way out in lunar orbit, we’re teaming up with United States Air Force to extend the use of GPS in space. Learn how: https://go.nasa.gov/2WIfbEi
GPS coming to a Moon near you! 🌐 🛰️To ensure the next genera
1 day ago
Reminds me of a comment made by Quark, the Ferengi on DS9. "My cousin Gaila, he owns a moon"., but not The Moon, I hope. :-D  1 
21 hours ago
Wish success and development
11 hours ago
Will that be 5g because I hear it's dangerous? Radiation and such , how do you compensate for that by the way , I can't even get three bars plugged in ?
1 day ago
NASA That's the Combined Effort Must for Real Peace Instead Pentagon Statement.
1 day ago
Your translator is broken.  4 
1 day ago
Steven Kelly My Statement is Very Clear Try to understand only.
1 day ago
Steven Kelly Can you Explain your Resume.. pls don't mind.
1 day ago
Abdullah Hassan maybe it's clear in your language, but in English that is just a bunch of gibberish.
18 hours ago
Good to know I don't need to worry about getting lost on my way to the moon. Will I also be able to report hazards like Waze?
1 day ago
Fantastic... my next trip to the Moon 😀
      
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Starshade – ‘Now let’s get in formation’ 💁 💁‍♂️

Thanks to new NASA Technology, we’re taking formation flying to the extreme! Learn how Starshade, a giant structure designed to travel w/ future space telescopes, will help reveal new planets far from home: https://go.nasa.gov/2MN5UpS
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Awesome work NASA  6 
1 day ago
Expanding technology. Some very clever engineers.  2 
1 day ago
Very good NASA, Good job by engineers  1 
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yes it is wonderful enough to carry information
20 hours ago
When r we going after r firsts satellite that just left our galaxy like a rolling ball in a running child
16 hours ago
The Voyager probes haven't left our galaxy and won't for millions of years.
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Jonathan, when are you going to learn proper English? Your words make very little sense.
1 day ago
This wonderful construction uses frontier technologies but actually has a little functionality in this case. 1. It's needed only if you want to look in direction of star. In other case you always can move telescope so that star will be behind telescope. 2. The same angle size shade can be obtain much easier in one spacecraft. In case you split it into two spacecrafts you have much more headache with keeping "interposition" of every part. Such "starshade" can be used more effectively as solar sail on part of way of spacecraft to speed up and as "umbrella" over some parts of planet...
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Mikhail Gareev The starshade also helps protect craft from overheating if they have components that require operating at a certain temperature range.  1 
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Lawrence Kimsey Yes, it can do such thing, but better make it in one spacecraft (as in case of solar sail) that means you don't need so big "shade". And i guess it must be different shape to heat dissipation
      
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We’re opening our doors for social media users to come behind the scenes for the next SpaceX launch to the International Space Station! If you’d like to tour facilities at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, meet our experts and experience a rocket launch, submit an application to attend this #NASASocial event, currently targeted for July: https://go.nasa.gov/2WJcUZC
We’re opening our doors for social media users to come behind the sc
2 days ago
I would so love to, space and it’s exploration has always been my greatest interest. Too bad I live Belgium now, but maybe one day when my child is old enough we can share such an experience together.  2 
1 day ago
If you work hard enough you could join the ESA
1 day ago
Count me in, someday since i am living in Holland...
1 day ago
I am from bolivia
16 hours ago
God bless NASA and teams
16 hours ago
Espero imformación completa por este canal día a día veo sus excelentes reportaje
2 days ago
Amazing. Thankyou for sharing.
20 hours ago
1974 visit to rememeber !
      
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This week:

🌑 NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine speaks our Artemis program to land on the Moon
👩‍🚀 Astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor shares her story to inspire students
☄️ Another record-breaking maneuver by our NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission spacecraft
📹 A new webcam provides live views of our #Mars2020 rover taking shape

Watch the latest episode of This Week at NASA for more on these stories:
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Jim Bridenstine is an awesome ambassador of NASA. I haven't seen such a push to get people involved since the early STS missions. Keep up the good work and informative delivery, Jim.  4 
2 days ago
Great imagination  4 
2 days ago
Sonu Dhalla and you have an abysmally delusional life  1 
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Amazing women now have great recognition of their great contributions to science.  2 
2 days ago
Love NASA and love for space. Thanks for information. And congratulations to all. 😊😊.  1 
2 days ago
Very very good. I like your work. So cool.
2 days ago
Congratulations NASA
      
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Only the good die young.

When massive stars die at the end of their short lives, they light up the cosmos with bright, explosive bursts of light and material known as supernovae. This spiral galaxy — captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope — has hosted multiple supernovae in past years. Dive in: https://go.nasa.gov/2MO1zTs
Only the good die young. When massive stars die at the end of their
2 days ago
Very beautiful message and picture.  2 
2 days ago
Good nithg, beautiful, thank you NASA.  2 
2 days ago
Beautiful.....  1 
2 days ago
Awesome information and pic NASA thank you for sharing  1 
11 hours ago
Supernovae are beautiful things,I love the photo
1 day ago
I love your post. Thank you.
      
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#DidYouKnow we’re opening the International Space Station for private astronaut missions of up to 30 days? Watch the latest episode of NASA's Space to Ground your weekly update about what’s happening aboard our orbiting laboratory:
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A AWESOME COSMIC LOVE AFFAIR  2 
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That is awesome.  1 
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the international space station can't even jump to hyperspace lame
2 days ago
Thank you so much
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Im so excited! Looking forward getting up there around year 2525 or so 😉
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Johan Håkansson OH, REALLY??? WHEN DID THEY CREATE LIFE EXTENDING TECHNOLOGY???? 😃😃🤔🤔  1 
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How much the cost ?
      
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Happy #FlagDay! One of the most iconic images from the Apollo 11 mission is of Buzz Aldrin saluting the American flag on the surface of the Moon. Did you know that over the next three years, five more flags joined the one left by Apollo 11? Learn more about stars and stripes in space: https://go.nasa.gov/2WG4KBe
Happy #FlagDay! One of the most iconic images from the Apollo 11 missi
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A beautiful composition. Uniformly lit with no gradients of light from a local light source & 1/r^2. It's almost as if it was shot on location with a very distant, powerful, source of light 😉☀️🚀📷🇺🇲🌜  63 
2 days ago
Like... the Sun, perhaps. Unfiltered through atmosphere.  9 
3 days ago
regolith  3 
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Also if you download the full res of this photo off the nasa website the flag pole appears to be floating in mid air not hammerd into the ground.  1 
2 days ago
Lack of gravity... quite a strong space wind on the flag
2 days ago
James Boakes aye the 👉🏻🌝
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James Boakes Why yes. Amazing.
3 days ago
The quality of some comments here is amazing on so many levels.  52 
3 days ago
Andre Cantarel, most of them are from countries with no space program. The rest seem to be local morons.  20 
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Vaddi Bfdl including mine of course! The concentration of tinfoil hats is just too high for me.  9 
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Andre Cantarel so many nutjobs  8 
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Vaddi Bfdl what about yours?  2 
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Andre Cantarel what about yours ?  2 
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It's amusing. You have the utter dolts and the NASA enthusiasts. These comment threads are always a bit of a trip.  1 
2 days ago
This is probably the proudest moment of all human achievement and I salute the scientists and astronauts who made it possible.  32 
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Throughout human history, there have been a number of moments that have shaped the world, like the printing press or the cotton gin. Yet this achievement is unique, in that it not only affected the entire world, it was the first of it's nature to be *watched* by the entire world. Most of the world witnessed the birth of a new age of mankind, a new milestone that would be recorded for the rest of our history. IMO, the Moon landing was the first time the world witnessed the birth of a new era, rather than simply feeling the effects of an event that happened elsewhere. A universal, almost instantaneous moment when we entered "the space age."  1 
2 days ago
Ritesh Laddha spot on comment.
2 days ago
The greatest achievement in human history. I just wish people would stop trying to denigrate it and celebrate it instead.  29 
3 days ago
What an amazing beautiful photo in an alien, inhospitable environment!  22 
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It is. The astronauts practised with the cameras before the missions, and the results show they did well.  6 
2 days ago
Sidney Tran to the 4 that laughed at your post I just blocked. It looks like at least three out of four are from some ditch Water Country who's closest thing to a space program is folding paper airplanes. Countries without fresh running water or a toilet system. It's nice when they expose themselves like that it's easy to clean up and add to my blocking list.  4 
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Sidney Tran thanks for your reply. But it does not have Global appeal because the accomplishment of the moon landings in the 60s still to this day 50 years later puts some countries technologically to shame. Usually people laughing at these photos live in technologically inferior countries and they cannot believe the feet that was accomplished back in 1969. Thank you for your reply. Have a nice day.  2 
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Neil Fifer I thought it was kind of odd to laugh at an iconic picture that has universal appeal. Exploration of space transcends the political boundaries of this world. US astronauts went to explore and discover on behalf all the people of the earth. I find it sad that they can’t accept human achievement for what it is.  2 
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Neil Fifer Flushing toilets are considered technological magic in said countries.  1 
2 days ago
Mark Becker No sh*t (see what I did just there?)! 🤣🤔
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Buzz Aldrin is still going strong! Met him a couple years ago at the Space Symposium, which he attends every year in Colorado Springs. A true American hero!🇺🇸  9 
2 days ago
He has quite an active fb account
      
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The atmosphere on Mars is mostly carbon dioxide and extremely thin, with no breathable oxygen. Not to mention the landscape is freezing, with no protection from the Sun's radiation or passing dust storms. How will future astronauts survive such inhospitable conditions? The Mars 2020 mission will test the technology to make it possible. Learn how: https://go.nasa.gov/2IdLxh6
The atmosphere on Mars is mostly carbon dioxide and extremely thin, wi
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A few years ago, we were discussing the challenges that Mars' lower gravity will have on making the planet habitable. One co-worker suggested digging pits all over the surface,and filling them with heavy metals to increase the mass of the planet so as to increase the gravity. To which I pointed out the obvious flaw in that no one would want to move to Mars if they're gonna be surrounded by a buncha massholes.  15 
3 days ago
David Ashlin redirect heavy metal astroids from the belt along with some with ice. Two birds one stone.  2 
3 days ago
Yeah, redirecting things into Mars could assist with some of its current flaws for colonisation. Thicken up the atmosphere, add a little mass, maybe even create a magnetic pole. Maybe.  1 
3 days ago
Novel idea but Mars is 1/10th the mass of Earth. So technically you would have to increase Mars mass 7 times it's current mass. This would dramatically change everything to colonization.  1 
3 days ago
Laura Thornley if we could terraform mars, we could do the things you speak of to fix our own planet.  1 
3 days ago
They've been talkin about it since the 70's. Always in ten years. Then after ten years goes by it's another ten years. We've waited 50 to go back to the moon so, another five wont matter i guess.
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Brennan Lawrence Brilliant! But still leaves a helluva divot .
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Very interesting that’s a lot of things to find out before you can send humans there. A lot of work ahead also to build all that stuff it’s Amazing I hope I’m alive to see it when it happens 👍👍😍  12 
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Tim Holt NASA R&D is largely responsible for the modern luxury you enjoy.  3 
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Roy Vijfvinkel NASA's research has produced over 1,800 spin-off technologies, including infrared ear thermometers to take babies temps, a heart pump for people waiting for transplants, imaging used by the Hubble space telescope is in MRI scanners and handheld LEDs to treat cancerous tumours. Perhaps You would like to tell nurses, people who need a new heart and cancer patients that they can all get stuffed?? NASA also helped to produce artificial limbs with robotic sensors and custom-mouldable materials which means everyone from war vets to pets can have prostheses that move properly and don’t blister their stumps. Perhaps You would like to tell landmine victims and children who’ve survived meningitis that they’ll just have to hop.... The 40+ thousand people who run the London Marathon fund raising a massive £771million + so far for charitys afterwards get wrapped in NASA-designed foil thermal blankets designed to reduce heat loss. The same blankets are used to wrap up people plucked from mountains by search and rescue teams in bad weather. I guess You think hypothermia is preferable. Goodyear developed a tyre with material 5x stronger than steel for NASA to use on its Mars lander. You can now buy radial tyres made of the stuff and put them on your car, if you’d like to not die horribly on a wet road. The glasses I am glaring through have scratch-resistant lenses, first developed by NASA to protect the visors of spacemen’s helmets. Amazed at the quality of nighttime CCTV on Crimewatch? Thanks NASA. See the need for fire-retardant paint and foams? Funded by NASA. Think firefighters shouldn’t get burned to a crisp? They wear materials developed by NASA to protect astronauts on reentry. Space foods mean we now have enriched baby food and formula. Water purification, solar power, cleaning up oil spills in the ocean, food safety protocols. all down to space. and all stuff which I am sure any intelligent human being who doesn’t want to live in a swamp and de-evolve back to an amoeba would find quite welcome.  2 
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Roy Vijfvinkel NASA's research has produced over 1,800 spin-off technologies, including infrared ear thermometers to take babies temps, a heart pump for people waiting for transplants, imaging used by the Hubble space telescope is in MRI scanners and handheld LEDs to treat cancerous tumours. Perhaps You would like to tell nurses, people who need a new heart and cancer patients that they can all get stuffed?? NASA also helped to produce artificial limbs with robotic sensors and custom-mouldable materials which means everyone from war vets to pets can have prostheses that move properly and don’t blister their stumps. Perhaps You would like to tell landmine victims and children who’ve survived meningitis that they’ll just have to hop.... The 40+ thousand people who run the London Marathon fund raising a massive £771million + so far for charitys afterwards get wrapped in NASA-designed foil thermal blankets designed to reduce heat loss. The same blankets are used to wrap up people plucked from mountains by search and rescue teams in bad weather. I guess You think hypothermia is preferable. Goodyear developed a tyre with material 5x stronger than steel for NASA to use on its Mars lander. You can now buy radial tyres made of the stuff and put them on your car, if you’d like to not die horribly on a wet road. The glasses I am glaring through have scratch-resistant lenses, first developed by NASA to protect the visors of spacemen’s helmets. Amazed at the quality of nighttime CCTV on Crimewatch? Thanks NASA. See the need for fire-retardant paint and foams? Funded by NASA. Think firefighters shouldn’t get burned to a crisp? They wear materials developed by NASA to protect astronauts on reentry. Space foods mean we now have enriched baby food and formula. Water purification, solar power, cleaning up oil spills in the ocean, food safety protocols. all down to space. and all stuff which I am sure any intelligent human being who doesn’t want to live in a swamp and de-evolve back to an amoeba would find quite welcome.  1 
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Cheryl Gentry Maxwell Hegland just go watch some science fiction, NASA ain’t nothing but a black hole for tax money!  1 
3 days ago
Tim Holt as above. Muppet
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James Scott like?
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The most beautiful moment in my life to see man on Mars  8 
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عدي النمراوي if we all didn’t waste money on wars we could all come together and accomplish this faster than anyone could imagine  3 
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عدي النمراوي hopefully we get to witness it!
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First step is send a big MOXIE and second building a big greenhouse laboratory of plants genetically modified to create oxygen from CO2 both day and night 😉  6 
1 day ago
Peter WS bring lots of duct tape.
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Peter WS already in motion
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Has anyone ever worked out the possibility of increasing the atmospheric pressure by just pumping in more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere? Doing so changes the game because you then have protection from space objects, Have an easy way to land craft, Can move about without pressurized space suits and needing only basic o2 respirators. Makes habitats easier and cheaper to build, Allows for flying craft to use less fuel in not having to use rockets or thrusters to fly over the surface. And will warm up the place to make it more livable. The list goes on and on. How to do it? Why not just vaporize the bedrock? Many ways to achieve this even with today's tech and would be the fastest way to achieve a fast gain in atmospheric pressure. Lets face facts and without a magnetic field we are never going to make mars into another earth so forget about a breathable o2 atmosphere and just make it thicker and safer for the humans living on the surface. Also large non pressurized domes filled with trees then gives all the o2 they need.  2 
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Mark Alan that was an idea thrown up about ten years ago. Sounds good to me.  1 
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The wonderful prospect of Mars,no humans or other form of life as yet for earthlings to massacre.  1 
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George Cosmas until humans go there...lol.  1 
      
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Is your smartphone more powerful than the Apollo guidance computer? What were the first words spoken on the Moon? And why did Buzz Aldrin photograph his bootprint?

We answer these #ThrowbackThursday questions and more in our new #Apollo50th FAQ. Check it out at: https://go.nasa.gov/2IfHWzs
Is your smartphone more powerful than the Apollo guidance computer? Wh
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Beautiful engineering. It was a great time to be a kid.  29 
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David Carvell and to be an engineer! I was lucky  1 
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Roland Borrey - yes you were. I got lucky in that in my 30s, I started as as an onsite contractor the day our facility opened. I left for about 18 years, got homesick, and came back. I almost hired an engineer with Apollo experience my first time around. Professionally, I figured he could do the job even if he was a loose fit. Personally, I was hoping to hear some good stories. What did you do during your time?
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Yes, a smart phone is more powerful than the Apollo guidance system or DSKY. The first words spoken on the surface I believe were "Engine Arm, Off". Aldrin photographed his boot to show the powder on the surface, and the depth. It turned out to be a compelling image, somewhat like the Earth rise photo from Apollo 8.  20 
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And it depends on what perspective in regards to the first words spoken. If you count the lunar surface contact probes as being on the moon, then it would be "Contact light". If you count the foot pads actually contacting, then it was either "Shutdown" or "Engine arm off". If you are referring to the first words spoken in context of communications with Houston, it would be "Houston, Tranquility base here, the Eagle has landed". The footprints are still there. The ascent engine was not that powerful, although it did knock the flag over.  6 
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A Photo of Armstrong's first step on the moon was taken. The post was referring to Aldrins taking a picture of the ground with his boot still in the frame. For some reason, that photo touched people, much as the Earth rise photo did.  3 
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The eagle has landed was spoken first I believe by buzz. And take a photo of foot print because when you blast off it’s most likely erased.  2 
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John Jenssen thank you for all that. 🙂 still, a photo to capture what was the first step to preserve that history with a crisp footprint before lift off dust dulled it or possibly erased it and most certainly because subsequent steps would erase the first one... the photo for history had to be in the plan, yes?  1 
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Maybe you should Google it
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The first words spoken on the moon were “contact light!” Spoken by Buzz Aldrin. 102:45:40  19 
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Linda F. Lester that's not strictly true. The first words were....''Do you think they'll have a Macdonalds?"  2 
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Actually I think the contact light was almost certainly from the probe that was hanging from one of the landers feet rather than when the feet actually touch down. It can be seen in some views.  2 
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Kit Williams Yes...of course....🧐
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Andy McDonald Maybe Macdonalds but not McDonalds! 🍟 BTW: Buzz was first to micturate on moon and proud if it! 🌧
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First words spoken on the moon weren’t “One small step for man one giant leap for mankind” they would’ve actually been “Tranquility base here the eagle has landed repeat the eagle has landed”  13 
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No, the first words would have been "Contact light!" from Buzz Aldrin.  12 
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Kurt Andrews NOPE! Contact Light! Buzz Aldrin  1 
3 days ago
lets just say first quote 😉
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True forgot that little part I obviously have to watch the landing again!
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Those would be the first words spoken from the lander on the moon, before actually stepping foot on it.
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"Contact light" then a bunch of checklist items before they announced they had landed.
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I’ve always felt that the Moon landing was the greatest achievement of human cooperation of the last two centuries. For those of you who don’t believe it happened: it’s the greatest achievement of human cooperation you don’t believe happened.  8 
2 days ago
Jay Fisher hi hi. Zebbe Romeo Vaimbi
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The US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville has a great exhibit of this computer. I wish I could post the picture. It really is fascinating.  7 
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Shaaf Sarwar not allowed via permission for the group. Emojis yes, pics no. 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Post it..
      
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Our astronauts hail from all across America, but one state leads the pack!

Which state does 29 of our NASA Astronauts call home? Vote in our poll and explore our work from coast-to-coast for the answer: https://go.nasa.gov/2MKkCOo
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Ohio has at least 25 including some of the most famous (John Glenn and Neil Armstrong). I know it isn't 29, but that is a quite respectable number considering Ohio's size and rust belt status.  1 
2 days ago
what about the old? ones once an astronaut always an astronaut
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What does it matter? Not nice to take up time and oxygen from people.
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They live on Space Station No5.. Sammy Hagar
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La NASA es asombrosa.
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I love Cali like I love a women California for ever
      
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Are you feeling a little salty today?

A familiar ingredient has been hiding in plain sight on Jupiter's moon Europa. The yellow color visible on the surface is actually sodium chloride — table salt. The discovery suggests that Europa’s salty subsurface ocean may resemble Earth's oceans more than previously thought. More: https://go.nasa.gov/2IffWvN
Are you feeling a little salty today?A familiar ingredient has been
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My favorite moon ,My great world  14 
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This is amazing. If the subsurface ocean has a chemical composition more like our own oceans than previously thought, then the chances for life increase as well! We'll have to send a probe, how about it NASA?  7 
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If they send one I can't wait to hear the report The Europa report, as it were  4 
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My favorite moon 😍  7 
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Brandon Fontenot me2  1 
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Very interesting awesome work NASA  4 
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Ever since the first imagery, Europa has been a favorite of mine. The higher resolutions we obtain, the more incredible the moon appears.  4 
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How thick would the ice need to be (assuming there is a sub surface ocean) in order to shield any potential microbes from the surface radiation?
      
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How does working underwater help us prepare for future Moon exploration? A 10-day extreme environment NASA NEEMO expedition will help us evaluate techniques for spacewalks and other mission scenarios related to future deep space missions. Details: https://go.nasa.gov/2IIYtuN
How does working underwater help us prepare for future Moon exploratio
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Thank you for everything you do for Humanity 💙💪🌏🌍🌏  9 
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Khilesh Anturkar No it for scientific research! Who is your source?  3 
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Khilesh Anturkar so it isn't for humanity?  2 
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Khilesh Anturkar Because NASA under funded, it cost a lot of money to launch.  2 
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#NASA take assignment, projects from private companies for perform experiments in space and collect the data then provide the result of that specific experiments or projects to that specific companies...  2 
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No its all the private companies...
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Maximum use of space station is just for private purposes...
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At least this time let's make sure u r Landing on the moon and not some Arizona Desert  3 
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Guna Ranjan imbecile  1 
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The Earth is destroying and you must save our Home but instead you search about Fu....ing Moon and March 😡😡😔😡😈😈😈😈  1 
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Shahryar Daei Nezhad What are you doing to help the Earth then?  9 
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Research NASA and what they do outside of space travel.  9 
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Shahryar Daei Nezhad your opinion is worthless  8 
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Shahryar Daei Nezhad there are many organisations that are working hard in biology and environmental issues along side with NASA. Your wrong.  5 
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Shahryar Daei Nezhad Why not both?  5 
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MYOB  3 
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If we can't live underwater here, how can we seriously consider Mars? Just a thought...  1 
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i get it, but it is the closest thing to living on mars is living underwater. that is exactly why they do simulations underwater. this test is a start with them being underwater for a week. but they have to eventually simulate a few months and creating a colony underwater. all the money and effort would be wasted if humans could only last a week on mars.
3 days ago
They need to rethink about everything...
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The erratic magnetic fields on Mars blew the atmosphere off, not to mention there's radiation. Like be my guest anyone who wants to go live there. ☺️
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Julie Conrad we can live underwater here and in orbit though nobody has yet been full-time they likely will eventually.
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Julie Conrad they use underwater here as a simulation of wearing suits etc to work. There’s no water on Mars.
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လ​ေပၚ ​လမ္​​ေလ်ွာက္​တာနဲ႔ ​ေရထဲ လမ္​း​ေလ်ွာက္​တာမတူညီႏိုင္​ပါအနည္​းငယ္​ ကြာႏိုင္​ပါသည္​။ ​ေရထဲ လမ္​း​ေလ်ွာက္​ျခင္​းသည္​ ခနၵာကိုယ္​ႏွင္​့လိုက္​ဖက္​​ေသာ အ​ေလးတခုဆြဲထားၿပီး​ေလ်ွာက္​ လ်ွင္​ျဖစ္​ႏိုင္​ပါသည္​၊ အဘယ္​့​ေၾကာင္​့ဆို​ေသာ္​ ကမာၻ့ဆြဲအားသည္​ ​ေရ​ေအာက္​ၾကမ္​းျပင္​တြင္​​ေျမျပင္​အတိုင္​းညီမ်ွစြာ ႐ွိ​ေန၍ျဖစ္​ပါသည္​။ လ ​ေပၚလမ္​း​ေလ်ွာက္​ျခင္​းသည္​ လဆြဲအား အ​ေပၚမွီ၍လမ္​း​ေလ်ွာက္​ရျခင္​းျဖစ္​သည္​။ ထို႔​ေၾကာင္​့ လ ​ေပၚသို႔လမ္​း​ေလ်ွာက္​​ေသာ ဖိနပ္​၌ ခနၵာကိုယ္​သို႔​ေရာက္​႐ွိလာ​ေသာ လ ဆြဲအား အား တိုးပြားလာ​ေစရန္​တခုတခု စီမံႏိုင္​ရင္​​ေတာ့ လ ​ေပၚတြင္​​ေကာင္​းမြန္​စြာ လမ္​း​ေလ်ွာက္​ႏိုင္​မည္​ဟုျမင္​ပါသည္။ ဥပမာ- သံ​ေခ်ာင္​းတ​ေခ်ာင္​းအား​ေျမျပင္​​ေပၚတြင္​ ဒီအတိုင္​းဆို ​ေထာင္​လို႔မရပါ၊သံ​ေခ်ာင္​း အ​ေျခတြင္​သံလိုက္​ဓာတ္​႐ွိ​ေသာသံလိုက္​ တံုးကပ္​၍​ေထာင္​လ်ွင္​ျဖစ္​ႏိုင္​ပါသည္​။ ကြၽန္​ုပ္​က သိပၸံပညာ႐ွင္​​ေတာ့မဟုတ္​ပါ ျမင္​တာကို​ေျပာျခင္​းျဖစ္​ပါသည္​။
2 days ago
So law said to not touch coral and you go drilling coral..
      
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By predicting droughts and floods and tracking blooms of algae, NASA Earth's view of freshwater around the globe helps people manage their water. Over the next few weeks, we'll be exploring how this helps people solve real world problems. More: https://go.nasa.gov/2IFMj5J
By predicting droughts and floods and tracking blooms of algae, NASA E
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I know someone at NASA who in on this project. Good luck 🤞  2 
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Nasa's cool; give them more money!  1 
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ISRO will sent our 2nd Moon mission in july 2019👍🇮🇳  1 
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I shall be watching that with interest
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I hope you guys record it from ground to moon uncut.
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BFD.
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Algae in Nasas swimming pool  1 
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Sean Gardiner imbecile comment
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Thank you, water is life
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Predicting? I can too without planes. The environment is changing, not due of nasa telling us.. but the oceans streams changing due of warming up an melting of the ice. I predict less rainfall in places and where they miss it it will drop on a double in places where it shoukdnt. Heat up northern parts so far thaf it make us stumped. I predict earlier dry seasons and i predict more earlier hot weather right after the not so good and warmer winter months jeez that ez
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Roy Vijfvinkel so, after last summer's heatwave, which prompted the 'climate emergency' claims of 12 years left of livable temperatures, we have a long cold spring. Followed by a very wet cool early summer. Its weather! It varies! Climate is constantly changing, look at history!
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Anne Blowers im very well aware of my history as historican thanks. Also im speaking of the ocean streams which are the basics of our weather systems and cycles. If you are so ignorant to deny extreme weather changes looking at the past thousands of years and compare that with todays weather, poles, streams, variations, growth, volcanic activity, animal behavior, changing poles. Than i dunno
      
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If you want to feel the rumble of a rocket launch in-person, apply to attend our July #NASASocial event at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida! This SpaceX launch will carry tons of cargo and supplies to NASA Astronauts living and working aboard the International Space Station. Get more details and submit an application: https://go.nasa.gov/2IdAHIh
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Our best wishes NASA👍🔥.  1 
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Our best wishes NASA👍🔥.  1 
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I wish I could follow you  1 
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I have waited patiently since I saw the first moon landing to hope for further human exploration of the planets. I am wishing for great success with the future Mars mission. May we explore and find glorious new data.  1 
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Sir pl shift your space station on moon
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Application has gone in for this launch 🚀🙏🏼
      
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Space Weather Update: Favorable Solar Activity for Exploration! ☀️👨‍🚀👩‍🚀

As we gear up for our #Artemis program to the Moon & onto Mars, solar radiation could be 30-50% lower than the recent 11-year-cycle. Slip on your shades and uncover more: https://go.nasa.gov/2IatlVL
Space Weather Update: Favorable Solar Activity for Exploration! ☀️
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Let’s be honest NASA, I love space. But going to Mars is impossible now. Too much radiation for human space flight. Maybe we as humans we should concentrate on the place we live. 🐣  3 
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John Philip Hatton It’s not impossible.  6 
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It is possible, or they wouldn't be planning missions.  3 
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John Philip Hatton do not ignore the truth. That is a mental illness. Ofcourse it is possible. Not just possible but it's going to happen  1 
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I'm sure nobody at NASA understands radiation. Oh wait...  1 
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John Philip Hatton It’s not impossible.
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I believe that🍻
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Thanks for the update NASA.....
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Sunny adventures
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Roque Lipio parang pinag uusapan lang nten to knina ah.haha
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Mentiras como siempre 😠
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Do you guys ever “feel the heat” from a sun explosion episode? How would this volatile sun impact your space ride to the Moon and Mars? Pretty scary!
      
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In case you missed it: Today, we paid homage to our ‘human computers’ who calculated the trajectories BY HAND that launched astronauts into orbit. Take a stroll along #HiddenFigures Way: https://go.nasa.gov/2IyVwg8
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So proud of you wonderful and brilliant ladies. From ACT Australia XOXOXO  4 
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So proud of these talented women! Loved the movie.!! Let's acknowledge them and their wonderful achievements.🌏 🚀  4 
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That's wonderful!! I'm glad they are being recognized and honored!  2 
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I'm very proud for your excellent job. God bless you.  2 
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Thank you for helping make it all possible, well deserved.  1 
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A great lady and very smart all my respect 🙏I am sure she rested with stars. thank you for sharing this video NASA 🙏🚀
      
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Introducing #HiddenFigures Way! 🚦 Today, we honored our 'human computers' by designating the street outside of our headquarters as a symbolic way to pay homage to their work that made spaceflight possible. More: https://go.nasa.gov/2IGsDP2
Introducing #HiddenFigures Way! 🚦 Today, we honored our 'human comp
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It was a wonderful dedication! Love NASA!  4 
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Great dedication! And I loved the movie. I've watched it twice already. ♥️  2 
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Amazing NASA 💖I’m very happy my daughter worked in NASA 💖  2 
3 days ago
Well done! Those men and women Made an Amazing job for all of us! WE're grateful, thanks NASA
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How wonderful. And to think this happened right here on the Peninsula and we were oblivious. Katherine Johnson’s husband was our mailman and he never said a word. But it was probably too secret at the time. He was a wonderful man.
3 days ago
Alright, congratulations!
      
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LIVE: NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine delivers remarks during the dedication ceremony for "Hidden Figures Way" at our headquarters. The 300 block of E Street SW in Washington, DC was designated as "Hidden Figures Way" to honor Katherine Johnson, Dorthy Vaughan, Mary Jackson and all women who have dedicated their lives to honorably serving their country, advancing equality, and contributing to the space program of the United States.
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Learn more about our hidden and modern figures who have advanced space exploration: https://www.nasa.gov/modernfigures.  2 
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Amazing!  1 
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Long overdue.
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In honor of the women, but only 1 spoke....
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Hidden Figures is the title of a book, not a good way to honor the people who served. Use their names so they are hidden no more.
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No journey is complete without the perfect soundtrack! 🎶 As we prepare to send the first woman and next man to the Moon in five years, we want to know what space jams you’d add to our #NASAMoonTunes playlist. Discover how to submit your song picks: https://go.nasa.gov/2I8jtMi
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Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix vols I and II :)  12 
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The Whole Of The Moon - The Waterboys 🥰  3 
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The Great Beyond-REM.  3 
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Any thing by ‘walk the moon’  2 
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I would recommend the album RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES by daft punk. Awesome tunes out of this world  1 
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Thanks for the message. The moon is waiting for us, but I want to know what is there in its dark face.
      
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Like rockets and social media? Apply to attend a #NASASocial event in July at NASA's Kennedy Space Center to witness the next SpaceX cargo launch to the International Space Station. Details and application: https://go.nasa.gov/2I9sa8U
Like rockets and social media? Apply to attend a #NASASocial event in
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Exciting for the ones selected! Good luck, social media disruptors! :)  1 
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And then the rockets falls into the ocean, never reaching the edge of sky.  1 
2 days ago
Ian Davison hahaha. You are funny. Be like Ian, a NPC like any other.
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من اي مكان بالمريخ الاساتذة عن يجيبو الاسئلة؟
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wowwww..wonderful it's a mysterious.
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You really believe you’re spinning in three mind-boggling directions speeds of which are 1000 mph coupled with 66,600 miles an hour coupled with half 1,000,000 miles an hour through an infinite space .WOW
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Journey had been started
      
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⏰Deep Space Atomic Clock
⛽️‘Green’ Propellant Fuel
☢️Space Environment Testbeds

Some one-of-a kind NASA Technology is set to launch on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket later this month! Check out the ground breaking innovations on board: https://go.nasa.gov/2IzeeV0
⏰Deep Space Atomic Clock⛽️‘Green’ Propellant Fuel ☢️Sp
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We must be teaching our kids in GRADE SHOOLS about our current space technology, preparing them for future inventions they will be inspired to create! Absolutely exciting potential!  4 
4 days ago
Thanks for being an agency that makes us proud.  2 
5 days ago
So beautiful !!!!
2 days ago
Fk NASA 🖕🏾
5 days ago
All these projects build our confidence
4 days ago
.عظمه يبنعمي
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
At first glance, these swirling clouds might look like cream in coffee. ☕ In fact, NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter spacecraft captured this view of an area within a Jovian jet stream showing a vortex that has an intensely dark center. Nearby, other features display bright, high altitude clouds that have puffed up into the sunlight. Take a closer look https://go.nasa.gov/2I7OJLe
At first glance, these swirling clouds might look like cream in coffee
5 days ago
A swirling mass of beautiful atmospheric chaos. A work of art, the planet Jupiter.  15 
5 days ago
It is not Chaos, it is Fields and Bounds. Chaos is much more rich in complications and in philosophy with results.  2 
5 days ago
You’re very close. Because it IS art. Not a photo.  1 
3 days ago
Paul Bulas actually speaking, there is no chaos, but there are degrees of determinacy.
5 days ago
Seriously looks like an oil painting. Beautiful  5 
5 days ago
Jenny Valdis thats so awesome!  2 
5 days ago
Yes. It would look great on a wall.  1 
5 days ago
Wow,,,, It looks like the design over the cappuccino coffee....my favourite 😋☕ Interesting picture as well....✌
2 days ago
NASA, your airbrushing skills have come a long way. Bravo. Nice art.
5 days ago
Beautiful, yet utterly terrifying.
4 days ago
Beautiful in all levels, thank you!!
      

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