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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.

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🌑 A key milestone for our #Moon2024 plans
🚀 A safety test of our NASA’s Orion Spacecraft
🤖 A chance to send your name to Mars
🚁 A test of technologies to manage drone traffic

Take a look at these stories and more in the latest episode of This Week at NASA:
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Beautiful  1 
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Wow all the best .
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Waaaaaw ! Good luck
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WHERE IS THE SUN ?
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Mark Van Schaik
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.....NASA ......D'BEST INDEED ...
      
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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope caught a curious galaxy moving a little closer to us. Because our universe is expanding, almost all of the galaxies we see in the universe are moving away from the Milky Way. Messier 90, however, appears to be a rare exception. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2QiUyYX
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope caught a curious galaxy moving a little
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Ufou hidden and covered in the picture 💀💀💀  11 
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Falah Alshemari yes the UFO the size of a galaxy.  1 
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erdogan arnaut ufo
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James Collins I am just joking Brother.
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"hidden"
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Andromeda is another rare exception. And the fact that it's rare shows just how much the expansion overpowers gravity. We're looking at the universe pretty late game, there can be things pushed beyond the observable universe we'll never see again  6 
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Joshua Karlowicz “late” is a pretty relative term. Sure theres a lot of stuff we’ve missed that has long since passed our causal horizon and the current moment is currently the universe has ever been, but consider the fact that the largest supermassive blackholes will be around for another googol years or so. Such a length of time is so incomprehensibly massive that our 14 billion years is an infinitesimal blip  2 
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I think you're thinking of red shift and objects shifting out of the visible spectrum, slightly different to the observable universe, which relates to the age of universe, its size and expansion and the speed of em radiation governing what's had time to reach us.  1 
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Completely agree, didn't mean to imply we're closer to some kind of end than the beginning. The way I meant "late" was sorta like what it's like to be 5 minutes late to a wedding. Sure you got 5 hours till the reception is over but, you missed the ceremony  1 
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We're actually in the Universe's childhood stage. A couple trillion trillion years before adolescence
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And well, not overpower like how electromagnetism is stronger than gravity, the expansion of the universe is proportional to distance, and gravity is INVERSELY proportional to the SQUARE of the distance.
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maybe bb-8 have the missing part of the photo  3 
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So beautiful😊  3 
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Nice one great NASA  2 
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Hi there, hope I've not invaded your privacy 🔏
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Nice view,great study
      
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What’s so special about our Moon? 🌗

On the new season of our Gravity Assist podcast, Chief Scientist Jim Green talks to top lunar experts about the Moon's history, mysteries and our plans to send astronauts there by 2024.

🎧 Listen and subscribe: https://go.nasa.gov/2QmUasm
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My dream is to be one of you but I know it’s impossible 😢  8 
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Daniyl Alexander or, if she's too lazy to get a real education, she can join you clowns.  6 
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Daniyl Alexander you’re joking around right ?  4 
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Silvi Chilingarian you just have to be a good liar and a fairly decent swimmer  2 
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isn't it enough to be young and beutiful ;)
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Rich Yager Unlikely. If they wear the uniform of an ignorant Flattie or Moon Hoaxer, chances are that that's really what they are...
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Do you want to be a NASA/government astronaut, or do you just want to get into space? They aren't the same thing. Eventually tourism will be cheap enough. (just as you don't have to be in the Navy or a merchant sailor, to be on a cruise ship at sea...)
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💩👍  2 
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Anyone who has the chance to go to the Moon is extremely lucky. It cost Millions to even get a rocket up into space, and not to mention how it travels. There are many unexpected things that could happen on the way to the Moon. Look at Apollo 13 for an example, all was going well until one of the things inside the rocket blew and caused the ship to go into chaos. Those men aboard that ship were lucky enough to get back to Earth alive, but many others we're not so lucky. It takes many many practicing years for a astronaut to maintain that kind of pressure. If we were able to travel to the Moon without problems, people would have already started living on the moon even though that world is dead.  1 
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Training ground for Mars?
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Kris Kross makes you Jump Jump Astronaut (it's the Athmosphere) Earth where me landing . Wenn wir durch die Strassen streunen , begehen wir Taten die Andere bereuen würden weil sie nicht würdig sind . Dreams
      
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Our lunar dust-resistant coatings can also be used to protect aircraft and cars. Our “smart” coating that protects our launch pads from rocket exhaust can also be used to build safer bridges. Our NASA Technology is perfect for space — and for Earth. Explore some of our coolest spinoff technologies: https://go.nasa.gov/2wjEPzG
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super cool shizzle
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Rocket, I'm taking a rocket...
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Excelente!
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Best safer Thanks
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Awesome!
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Did you know we study DNA on the International Space Station? During a recent experiment, NASA Astronaut Nick Hague explored how space radiation damages DNA and how the cell repair mechanism changes in microgravity. Discover more in the latest episode of NASA's Space to Ground.
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What all guys and ladies do at NASA is just amazing....thank you 👏👏 and keep up the great work!  1 
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration * International Space Station * NASA's Hubble Space Telescope * NASA's Space Launch System * NASA 360 * NASA.gov  1 
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wow if we could repair DNA...thank you for working on this even if we are certainly not there yet,this is the way to make progress, and may be may be one day my daughter can be cured..❤️
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Loved this. She’s exciting to listen to.
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Do bio-scientist/flight doctor’s study the effects of
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extended gravity exposure on the DNA? If so, what have they found so far? 🙏🏽❤️🕊✨🌞🌎🎉
      
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Nothing like the iridescent glint of the Irrawaddy Delta. 🌈

An astronaut onboard the International Space Station captured this last February, focusing the camera on the 100 mile (160 kilometer) wide Irrawaddy river delta — the largest river in Burma (Myanmar) and one of the country’s most important transportation arteries. Become transfixed: https://go.nasa.gov/2QsCZWx
Nothing like the iridescent glint of the Irrawaddy Delta. 🌈An ast
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Poor people and poor Country! Almost all the comments expressed "Beautiful, Amazing,Colorful and wonderful Myanmar. The real message of NASA to this image seriously pinpointed that almost all the top soil fertile and organic matter rich soil are eroded by rains then flows through the valleys and creeks then keep goes to streams and Ayarwaddy Main River. From then on, keep flowing to the Adamen seas where NASA depicted the muddy and turbidity coloring of Fresh water throughout Auarwady river and it's entrance Adamen Sea where you all said beautiful Country. In fact, NASA highlights that our precious fertile land is eroded and degraded every seconds due to cover less land where there is no forest cover being misused and abused by those illegal and abused cronies as well as corrupted authorities! So, be knowledgeable and wise and don't say anymore "Beautiful, Amazing and Colorful Myanmar and be prepared and alert how to manage and protect our severe situation on time.  10 
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Amazing Post, Thanks for sharing! 💯❤️👍  5 
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Very awesome pic thank you for sharing  2 
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Beautiful photo ❤️  2 
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Thank you for sharing a magnificent photo!  1 
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Amazing view...  1 
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ဟုတ္က့ဲ သမၼတႀကီးနဲ႔ သတင္းေထာက္ႀကီး
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Htet Myat Tun ေအးပါ ဖြန္ပတ္ေၾကာင္ႀကီး
      
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Our record of Earth's long-term temperature rise in recent decades is accurate to within less than 0.1 degree Fahrenheit, a new study finds. This increases confidence that NASA Earth research is correctly capturing rising temps. Details: https://go.nasa.gov/2whJCBG
Our record of Earth's long-term temperature rise in recent decades is
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So long and thanks for all the fish...  70 
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Christopher Farrell don’t forget your towel 👍🏻  7 
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Margeaux Boles I have an answer to your suggestion... 42 🤪  6 
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"Pardon me for breathing, which I never do anyway so I don't know why I bother to say it, oh God I'm so depressed! Here's another one of those self-satisfied doors. Life! Don't talk to me about life.”  4 
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Margeaux Boles this was an obvious movie quote....did you not pick up on that? Lol  2 
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I've a suggestion to keep you all occupied...Learn to swim.  1 
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“I thought that if the world was going to end we were meant to lie down or put a paper bag over our head or something."
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Great! I’m sure this is going to set off the tree huggers.  23 
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Yeah, I'm really fond of trees because they provide shade, oxygen, and ecosystems. Also, idk if I'm taking your comment wrong, but here goes. NASA isn't saying mean global temperature only went up 0.1 degrees. They're saying that the margin of error for observations and records is within 0.1 degrees. The earth is still getting warmer in quite the way to lead to global climate emergency.  54 
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Karen Bourque Urquhart it is facts so yeah. It should set of everyone  54 
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Karen Bourque Urquhart you should be joining the tree hugger club in too. You should be thankful for the fresh air you breath because of the trees lady. Especially you and you know what I mean...  19 
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As a lung transplant survivor, I'd think you would better appreciate trees, Karen.  19 
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sup fellow concrete hugger  6 
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David what up my oil hugger?  1 
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Harley we’ve got 1 degree warmer since 1880 and that’s called global warming. Actually climate change.. 😂😂  16 
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Kevin Williams 1 C spread over an area of 510,000,000 km^2. That takes a lot of energy, is faster than any other time by ice cores, and has already caused more extreme weather  23 
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Kevin Williams it’s also an average. There are some places a lot warmer i.e. the arctic  12 
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Kevin Williams 🤦‍♂️  9 
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Kevin Williams clearly you know more with your degree from Google U than the scientists with PhDs and Doctorates who have been monitoring this situation for years. And even if climate change weren't real (which it totally is btw), what is so horrible about wanting to take care of the planet?  8 
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Kevin having a hard time with his maths  6 
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Adding on to what Eric said, 1 C globally means significantly more energy available to drive extreme weather events like hurricanes  5 
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God bless this strange Rock  12 
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...and exactly why it is dying...forget God. remember this is our home.  15 
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Raju Mann your deity is nothing more then a figment of your imagination. You have no proof to back up your claim. So don't ask your cult to do anything for this planet. We the people of this planet are killing it and we need to fix it. Praying to this fictional being isn't going to do anything.  4 
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Andrew Stevenson no it’s not. Stop being a sheep.  1 
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all hail lord Zenu, may he continue to pile Zetans into volcanoes to prevent this catastrophy
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Hail Odin
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"Fictional being" lol
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Ok let's think about this. We live in a biosphere, we only get warmth from the sun. Everything else is self contained. We have cleared a large amount of vegetation, live in cities which just reflect heat and use resources which pollute and will run out. 🤔  8 
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Cities don't reflect heat. They trap heat in that lovely black tar.  4 
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Yes, it’s called the urban heat island effect.  3 
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...we get plenty of heat from the Earth's core.....  3 
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Larry Gorst correct, vegetation absorbs and is part of the weather controlling mechanism, cities do the opposite  1 
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Barry Cl , only some blue and yellow this is why it’s green...
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And we spend huge amount of money and time to find a replacement.
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Two days before the day after tomorrow...
      
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In one of the first steps of our #Moon2024 plans, we selected U.S.-based company Maxar Technologies to develop and demonstrate power, propulsion and communications capabilities for our lunar Gateway, which will be the staging point to send astronauts to the Moon’s surface in five years. Discover what’s next: https://go.nasa.gov/2QjsiFz
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I wish the success of the space development plan for the future of mankind. Thank you.🙏  5 
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Wonderful. Excellent investigation.
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We are just going towards a future where we have destroyed Earth but also the Moon.
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Just Awesome.
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Good luck Nasa, God bless you
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Good luck NASA 🤔🙏💫🌟
      
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Ready, set, apply! 📝 We’re inviting social media users to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in July to experience a test of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft launch abort system where you'll see the test crew module reach an average speed of approximately 1,020 miles per hour at approximately 32,000 feet in altitude. This test will verify the spacecraft’s launch abort system, a tower on top of the crew module, can steer the capsule and astronauts inside it to safety. Move fast and submit your #NASASocial application: https://go.nasa.gov/2QkzWzB
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amazing how open you guys are to the people, i really respect that.
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Very impressive 😍
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Heartiest congratulations for such great achievement congratulations
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Good job !!👍 amazing ❤️congratulations NASA 🚀🙏
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Congratulations for successful take off
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Amazing. Congratulations
      
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We’re going to the Moon! Tune in to watch NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announce the company we’ve selected to develop and build the first segment of the lunar orbiting staging point that will help us send astronauts to the Moon:
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I cannot say how exciting it is to think about humans being on the moon again in my lifetime.  3 
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Great step by NASA congrats.. ...  2 
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Congratulations  1 
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I would love to man a SETI Radio base on the far side. (assuming my WOman can make that small step with me).
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That’s no moon!
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Hey, at least its not like we're waiting for Half-Life 3 here, only 6 years away from 20th anniversary... of HL 2.
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Btw, NASA js exploring deep space who is exploring and monitoring our direct air space? Is it only the FAA ?
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Tee Houston can you please enlighten me, I am eager to learn more
      
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Behold: Our Moon at the beginning of an orbital sunrise, cloaked in the calmness of space & just above the bluish hue of the atmosphere. The crew aboard the International Space Station captured this image right before the dawn of a new Moon cycle. 🌒 Enjoy: https://go.nasa.gov/2QjdZRl
Behold: Our Moon at the beginning of an orbital sunrise, cloaked in th
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God is awesome.☝️🙌 Thanks for sharing.  14 
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God is imaginary. Science is awesome  27 
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Thats called a moon... Its a huge piece of rock created by a cataclysmic event that occured billions of years ago when another planet have hit earth... Its pretty awesome indeed but its called science not god...  20 
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The only negative here is religion. The abdication of reason.  19 
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God has nothing to do with this, or anything for that matter.  19 
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Keep scrolling. You negative people. The whole world sees these pics n can comment how they like.  6 
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Africa
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Fantastic!!! Incredible! Thank you for sharing! What an incredible thing, to be able to see such a thing, in such a place!  7 
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You can save it. Use the internet webpage instead of the app. Go to "view full image" then tap hold the image it will give you a prompt which says "save image".
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Neil Jowens what are u ,did u mother didn't loves u enough,or why u seek so badly for attention?😂😂😂😂😂
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Beautiful!!! Thanks ✋  4 
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That's beautiful ❤🚀  3 
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Gorgeous, thank you.  3 
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Beautiful Cover page picture  3 
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But you can't save it to your phone 😭😭😭😭  1 
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Quentin Boyd take a screenshot.
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Quentin Boyd , I just did.
      
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Our first asteroid-sampling spacecraft, NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission, needs extra pairs of eyes to help choose its sample collection site on the asteroid – and to look for anything else that might be scientifically interesting. 👀 Find out how you can help: https://go.nasa.gov/2weUpwo
Our first asteroid-sampling spacecraft, NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sam
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Wow I thought this was a very close up photo of the surface! It's amazing to think it was taken at a distance of 2.2 miles  21 
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Yes, I did too. It is so difficult to know the scale as this material looks like any random pile of gravel inside half the potholes in town. From the website, it describes the light colored stone in the top left corner as being about 24 feet in width. (7.3 meters). So the stones are boulders and not gravel.  6 
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Bien por la sonda que hace un buen trabajo, al igual los ingenieros a cargo.  3 
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Wow, I did, too! Amazing.  2 
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IKR!  2 
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Alan Bowden same here  1 
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So anything in this image which is less than 10.1"(256mm) is a pebble in the context of the Cosmoquest Bennu Mapper?...So marking up the pebbles, as they describe them, is going to be quite challenging... :)
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It looks like volcanic rock. The project that the citizen participates is very nice.👍  1 
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Great and amazing..., e'ethea a...  1 
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Wow so many rocks, amazing!
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Why not just land on one of the larger boulders? Looking at these images some appear to be much smoother than the land around it.
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Much closer-up photo of Bennu as the asteroid. Christa D'Auria
      
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Did you know that there are storms churning all across our solar system and beyond? Join us on Wednesday, May 22 at 3 p.m. EDT as we tour some of the storms in our planetary neighborhood – from supersonic winds on Venus to dust storms on Mars. Then, we’ll bring things closer to home as we take a look at how NASA studies weather on Earth.

Send us your questions to have them answered live during the show by commenting here or using #askNASA.
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Thanks for tuning in to the latest episode of #NASAScience live!  21 
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In south africa we are seeing something they call "saturn touching the moon" its quite extrodinary as there are no visable stars around the moon.  2 
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration I LOVE YOU IMMENSELY  1 
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Ron Beltz Over 100 rocket launches last year from all over the world. If they crashed into the dome, or fell back to Earth, how come no one has ever recorded the explosion? I saw the smoke from a plane crash once. A jumbo jet crashed upon takeoff. All that burning jet fuel caused a massive column of smoke rising straight up. I was twenty miles away, and the column of smoke was MASSIVE. We've all seen video of the Twin Towers burning. That was primarily jet fuel. Rockets carry a LOT more fuel than any airplane. How is it that more than 100 rockets were launched to space, didn't make it, crashed somewhere, but no one ever saw the smoke? No one ever caught any video?
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NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Thanks for the invite. Question: What happens to the balloons after they fall back to the Earth? Are the electronics ever recovered? #askNASA
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I love these live broadcasts! I learn a lot! 💜🙏 Thank you NASA!  5 
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#asknasa can we see satellights from our homes, Where I live is extremely dark.  4 
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Yes. If you have a smartphone, theres an app that will tell you when to look up.  1 
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Rock Roswell can you please specify which app?
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Sounds like a great system for the general aviation community. Allows pilots to made better fight planning decisions .  2 
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Are there any other planets we know of with ice/snow storms and if so, how does that compare to ours?  2 
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#askNASA  1 
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i think Nipton
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What kind of precipitation falls of other planets in our solar system if there are any? #askNASA
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NASA Solar System Exploration - The giant planets all have some water and can have storms with rain and even lightning. We also suspect that Saturn has helium rain!  1 
      
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Magnetic tornadoes on Mercury. Dust storms on Mars. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. Earth is not the only planet that has extreme weather. 🌩️ Take a tour of the storms across the solar system and prepare your #askNASA questions for NASA Science Live at 3 p.m. EDT: https://go.nasa.gov/2QjfpLr
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I’m so excited for this event! 💃💃  4 
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must be fabulous!  1 
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That’s awesome  1 
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What is meant by magnetic tornado in Mercury??
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"These 'tornadoes' form when magnetic fields carried by the solar wind connect to Mercury's magnetic field. As the solar wind blows past Mercury's field, these joined magnetic fields are carried with it and twist up into vortex-like structures. These twisted magnetic flux tubes, technically known as flux transfer events, form open windows in the planet's magnetic shield through which the solar wind may enter and directly impact Mercury's surface."  1 
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Bill Kinnersley TQ. So, it’s something like close to Earth’s cusp, only it is in the form of vortex??
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Pessoal e Nibiru? Quando vai chegar?
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Beautiful yet extremely dangerous.
      
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From supersonic winds on Neptune, to hurricanes on Earth… join us tomorrow at 3 p.m. EDT on NASA Science Live as we explore storms across the solar system.

Send us your questions to have them answered live during the show by using #askNASA: https://www.facebook...607109266453433/
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Beautiful Video Sir . GREAT NASA .  3 
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beautiful  1 
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Josh Ritchie
      
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Come along and ride on a fantastic voyage!

Our #Mars2020 Rover is gearing up for its seven-month journey to the Red Planet and you can send your name along for the ride. Get your boarding pass: https://go.nasa.gov/Mars2020pass
Come along and ride on a fantastic voyage! Our #Mars2020 Rover is ge
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Got my pass today, so excited about it😊👍 thank you for your fantastic work! Go NASA!  10 
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Thank you for my boarding pass!! Ready to take off ❤❤❤!!!  8 
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thank you very much NASA
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Can we put our names to go to the Moon too?
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Many thanks NASA for my boarding pass !! I love you ❤️  6 
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Thank you very much NASA for my boarding pass ❤️❤️❤️❤️  4 
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Got them for my friends, family and me. I could really use a vacation... 😉 Thank you NASA for the boarding passes and letting us all come along on this epic journey!!  1 
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Thank you, NASA for taking our names for the ride to Mars! 💗
      
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Good things come in mini-fridge-sized packages. The Green Propellant Infusion Mission will test a low toxicity propellant in space for the first time. This technology could lengthen mission duration by using less propellant. Go green — in space: https://go.nasa.gov/2QkDTUU
Good things come in mini-fridge-sized packages. The Green Propellant I
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#Frauds😎  9 
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Rick Stevens we know you and your kind are frauds  9 
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Only thing you've got, lies.  6 
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Rick Stevens big thumbs down to you and your kind  7 
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Ur telling me.... That you push up.....on one thumb? Pics or never happened.
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Not A Space Agency  4 
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Cjam Flores agreed, they are the National Aeronautics and Space Agency.  10 
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Have you signed up for the cruise to the edge of the world yet? Hurry, almost sold out. Don't miss on the chance to leave your mark on the ice wall!  6 
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Lol that's funny. An infinite plane with no edge. Sounds almost like a round object lol. Keeping up. You're winning the internet today lol.  5 
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'There is no edge and it's an infinite plane' lol. The sun would have burned us all in every sunset.😅  3 
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The force is strong with this one  2 
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Shows how smart you are it's possible there is no edge at all and it's an infinite plane...  1 
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Awesome Studio  2 
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Md Mahabub Ali Mandal just because you’re not educated enough to understand it  13 
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Md Mahabub Ali Mandal then you are fine with it being a laboratory, not a studio  9 
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Don’t be so afraid of things you don’t understand  2 
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Rich Yager why
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Md Mahabub Ali Mandal don't be jealous. Just go into India, I hear their space program is going alright. More so than what you got. You little jelly belly. Lol
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I'm fine with the image
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Uzay sondası  1 
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Και ποιος για πλακα;επιτελους να πω μια φορα εχει και 100 χρονια που το σκεφτηκα εχω νιωσει οτι ο οποιος δηλαδη εγω στην αγωνια ειμαι ο αγαπητος, οχι αγαπητικε θα σε μαλωσω να σε δειρω στο αστειο ,ποιος ξερει, α ονειρο
      
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City life has challenges…from crowds to traffic & more. In the near future, drones will face these & other challenges in our cities as they start flying. To help, NASA Aeronautics is testing tech as part of a system to safely manage urban drone traffic. More: https://go.nasa.gov/2QengtJ
City life has challenges…from crowds to traffic & more. In the near
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How can u register as a volunteer to NASA  3 
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Thanks Jaffa Keen  1 
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Study the STEM disciplines, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Check our khanacademy.org. They have free, online classes to get you started. If you already have the qualifications, go to nasa.gov/careers to inquire further. Stay curious!  1 
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What set of skills do you have that would make Nasa be interested in you?
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Chidinma Danielle Obarezi firstly, you need to be a U.S. Citizen.
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Tibo gaan wij bij NASA werken?  1 
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ma dn moet gij eerst nog lere vliegen ;)
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나영ㅅㅂㅎ ㄷㄹ
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진수림 ㅡㅗ ㄴ
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올ㅋ
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Wow
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We have incorporated them into the city I work for and they have already saved time, money, and lives.
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Install GPS in every drone.. Then build an app. All must registered by city and aviation authority.
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Oceans have a complex "conveyer belt" system of currents that connects them. These belts transport stored heat from the tropics to the poles, releasing heat and moisture into the air. But what happens if part of this system jams? Find out from our NASA Earth scientists: https://go.nasa.gov/2Qd0Vgl
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Great read!♥️🌎  2 
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Please answer. Is earth full round in shape?  1 
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Madhu Walia no, it’s actually out of round from the suns gravity  1 
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Earth is an ellipsoid that is elongate at the equator.  1 
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Nope...
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good afternoon our climates consist of base to the moon or we can make a better balance in the climates coming forward seeing how our planet interacts with the moon or in an artificial way here on our planet could be using frequency stabilizers since the earth has both fields positive as well as negative and in that way return it to balance
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Great job🌎💙
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Beautiful
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The first profile of the most distant object ever explored has just been published. When our New Horizons spacecraft flew by Ultima Thule — four billion miles from Earth — it revealed secrets about the era of planet formation. Discover more: https://go.nasa.gov/2w9JrrM
The first profile of the most distant object ever explored has just be
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It looks a bit like a snowman to me... ...the picture's awesome though! 💜  85 
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Yes and a sad one the right side looks like a sad face. He must want a warm hugs ⛄  9 
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ET  5 
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Yeah, wit big alien eyes and mouth...I though it was my mind playing tricks !! But I'm relieved to know that your mind is playing tricks too !! :)  4 
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The maker is still searching for a carrot I think..  2 
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STUPENDO  1 
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It's cold in space so maybe...  1 
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I thought this was an ultrasound of a baby.  29 
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Of baby Solar System would be accurate!  2 
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omg can't unsee!  1 
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Thank you for calling it a baby and not a fetus.  1 
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i actually thought it was a potato at first..lol
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Maybe from a David Lynch movie
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I can now see the face!
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At first glance I thought this was a sweet potato  16 
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10 Bucks it tastes like a sweet potato as well  1 
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Please become an astronaut. I want to hear the radio exchange. "Houston, mission accomplished, we have a sample of Ultima Thule on board and uh... Houston? Imma gonna lick it."
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Danielle Pierson 🤣
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It looks so sad from this angle.  7 
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Hon'ble Respected Active intelligent scientist group of NASA . Four billion miles from Earth. Best picture . Successful work of Satellite. Thank You & All the best .  3 
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Bizarre yet interesting looks like a giant alien snowman with a grumpy face Thanks for posting!!  2 
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Another #Apollo50th milestone! Today in 1969, while Apollo 10 was on its way to the Moon, the Saturn V rocket that would go on to carry Apollo 11 on its historic journey took the first steps to its ultimate destination as it rolled to the launch pad: https://go.nasa.gov/2QbR628
Another #Apollo50th milestone! Today in 1969, while Apollo 10 was on i
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So exciting I remember this!!!🚀 My Dads work had a part in the Apollo program and so I grew up hearing about it and sensing how amazing this was!!! What great times!!🚀👍❤️ When are we going again?!🌎🌙💫  36 
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Nick Evans Sorry, but we're going to believe rocket scientists who actually, like, work for a living before we believe conspiracy newbs who scream hoax in between their shifts at McDs.  10 
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Nick Evans "Lol sorry to say it never happened.." You understand you're calling her dad (and all others involved) a liar, right?  10 
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Idiots every where, just dont mind them  2 
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Must have been an interesting childhood. I grew up watching Gemini an Apollo. Eager for the return.  1 
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Sharon Sherlock when are we going again? Lol sorry to say it never happened..
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Sharon Sherlock 2024
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This journey was one of the greatest! I remember all the Apollojournies. I was one of the most interesting young boys at school who was at home. I follow all this historic moments and flights. In my school we had moments when we build the Saturn V rocket with the moonlander. All this was a great and fantastic moments. The Apolloproject was a hobby for me. One of my teachers had great brochyrs and materials from NASA. And I get all this from him. So I remember all the moonlandings very well. 😊 💖🚀🌕  3 
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Rick Steele No, at home.
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Peter Lundberg Did you watch Apollo 11 moonwalk from your classroom?
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What an amazing an iconic image, I loved the Saturn rockets ❤️  1 
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Thank you for reminding us of this very significant event in NASA history!  1 
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Beautiful photo. Beautiful memories.  1 
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What an amazing time that was.
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Using an instrument capable of generating a detailed three-dimensional map of invisible-to-the-eye magnetic fields, NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter determined the gas giant's internal magnetic field changes over time. It's a phenomenon most likely driven by the planet's deep atmospheric winds. More: https://go.nasa.gov/2wbsCwG
Using an instrument capable of generating a detailed three-dimensional
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Wow!!! Amazing!!!
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We love it🌹🙏
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Unique and beautiful
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How beautiful!
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Roz Sears it is :)
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Amazing!
      
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At the heart of future rocket engines lifting off to the Moon or Mars could be a 3D printed combustion chamber. A multitude of our centers partnered with Virgin Orbit to develop and test this uniquely manufactured rocket part.

Take a peek at the future 😲: https://go.nasa.gov/2wiMv5j
At the heart of future rocket engines lifting off to the Moon or Mars
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Grateful to be Alive!  1 
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now just put that and some of those new Ion Engines onto a shuttle and you have a semi-reusable craft that can be flown from the iSS to the Moon and back
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Sydney Rushton that sounds great.!!!
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Shehbas Chekkath i mean they are complaining that they "don't" have the funds to get a NEW craft into orbit as of yet but they have all this technically working tech and parts they could Recycle
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Thanks for sending.
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Thank you for sharing this. 🎓
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Glad that we are utilizing this technology 👍
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Cool flame hot stuff
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
It’s bee season on the International Space Station! 🐝 And our Astrobee robot, Bumble, underwent its initial hardware check. Astrobee will be used to test how robots can assist crew and perform caretaking duties on spacecraft. Robots like this will play a big part in our #Moon2024 missions by helping maintain crafts in space while astronauts are down on the lunar surface. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2w6oi1F
It’s bee season on the International Space Station! 🐝 And our Ast
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Love it!! Thanks for sharing  4 
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Beautiful Nasa  1 
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😘 Beautiful
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Thanks for sending.
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Love it
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I need to see real bees on station! Microgravity bee flight would be super interesting to see! 😂
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Our Apollo 10 mission required the lunar module to skim the Moon’s surface to within 50,000 feet and “snoop around” scouting the Apollo 11 landing site. Because of this, the crew named the lunar module Snoopy. Fifty years later, we’re joining forces with Peanuts Worldwide to continue sharing the excitement of space with the next generation of explorers! ✨More: https://go.nasa.gov/2Q9XPtw
Our Apollo 10 mission required the lunar module to skim the Moon’s s
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My father won the Silver Snoopy award in his work at NASA.  33 
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Jennifer Cano awesome ❤❤❤  2 
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When?  1 
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My mother is a Silver Snoopy recipient! More Snoopy#  1 
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Berdson Sejo, I’m guessing it was 20 years ago.  1 
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Is incredible
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Congratulations
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We wish them success in their mission...  1 
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You are pathetic then. You are just a brainwashed sheep
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Vince Owen Sorry if my opinion triggered your feelings, because it was off topic, as well as my comment is not about snoopy.... but about space missions as a whole.
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I love it ❤️❤️❤️💋💋  1 
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Very nice picture ,i love it.
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Now, SpaceX will take a paying group on a casual cruise around the Moon soon. NASA were the pioneers but the future seems to be in the hands of private businesses. Hopefully, they will join together in a grand Mars venture.
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I love this collaboration so much 🥰
      
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Marvel at the beauty of our home planet! 😍 This view of the Earth from 36,000 nautical miles away was photographed from our Apollo 10 spacecraft on May 18, 1969 during our trans-lunar journey toward the Moon. Take a trip down memory lane: https://go.nasa.gov/2Qcnkua
Marvel at the beauty of our home planet! 😍 This view of the Earth f
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Thank you God for making the beautiful universe also NASA thanks for sharing the pictures.  47 
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Wrong page, Judy.  21 
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I can only imagine what God sees in us. He made it all beautiful for us to enjoy. The stars, moon, all the other planets. To me its beautiful just taking a few minutes to thank our Heavenly Father. If ya dont believe I'll keep you in prayer or just delete what I post. God bless y'all  11 
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Kostas Chelioudakis delusional drivel.  7 
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Kevin A. Lyons How so?  4 
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God made the Firmament  4 
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Kevin A. Lyons lol  2 
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It’s an amazing image of our planet from space. On space, everything seem to be beautiful.  9 
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Abiner Brach - Lauren Hunt Jones Can you explain why tropical cyclones never form over the equator?  1 
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Alexander Massie please don’t ask her for more. She won’t shut up and soon it’ll all be about the evil Masons.  6 
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Alexander Massie so glad I blocked her. Responding just encourages her.  4 
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Lauren Hunt Jones Link to the source you cited, please.  1 
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Randy Smith please can you define the function of cruising altitude to me deary? 😂
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Kevin Derycke Sea level is the base level for measuring elevation and depth on Earth. Because the ocean is one continuous body of water, its surface tends to seek the same level throughout the world - National Geographic 👍 #globeexit
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Still LOVE this photograph of our marble planet.  6 
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Abiner Brach - Lauren just likes to embarrass her parents.  2 
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Is she still around lol? I blocked her ages ago. Crazy lady!  4 
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Jesus Lauren Hunt Jones you are one serious nutbag  3 
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Lauren Hunt Jones Sources please.  1 
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Tracy Jackson Campbell 📣📣📣Curvature formula is 8 inches per mile squared. Landmass is being seen where it should not be seen. Are you aware of the laser experiments across bodies of Water? Are you aware of the line of sight mirror experiment across the plain also? Have you considered how the sun dial works in terms of measurements of time? What would be the true effect of a spinning globe in that instance on measuring shadows?
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Abiner Brach ex contradictione sequitur quodlibet Please can you define the function of cruising altitude to me dear? 😉
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It is truly an awesome sight to behold... our beloved home.  6 
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Kent AlanHacker this is not real. It's CGI Photoshop. Wake up to the deception.  1 
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I'm lucky that I have seen such a God gifted beauty from Earth.  4 
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Anuradha Gupta Zoom in on the left. Illuminate eye.  1 
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Thank you god for beautiful world and thank you to Apollo 10 .My earth is the best planet in universe  2 
      

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