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Join us tomorrow, Sept. 29 beginning at 11 a.m. ET as @NASA highlights the upcoming Crew-1 mission. This will be the first crew rotational flight of a U.S. commercial spacecraft with astronauts to the @Space_Station: https://t.co/ueKHZoIZXt https://t.co/enSRICkXn0
"And to actually do the science, to solve scientific mysteries, we need to bring to the table as many different points of view as possible.” – María-José Viñas Garcia, Spanish Communications Lead for Science Gain a new perspective from our Faces of NASA: https://t.co/BWnM4GEdC0 https://t.co/cVSHaaxct1
🌌 A detail shot of a dizzying array of stars and clouds of dust and gas that make up the vast spiral galaxy on the tail of the Great Bear 🐻. The image shown here from @NASAHubble contributes only a small fraction of the galaxy's total mass: https://t.co/XNt0xzVvc0 https://t.co/xOZTwrJVPq
"Right now, we're getting ready to go back to the Moon with NASA's #Artemis program... this is really a global effort." There are lots of ways to #ObserveTheMoon tonight as we look forward to landing the first woman and the next man by 2024 🚀 Tune in: https://t.co/QxcrqdDEto https://t.co/xyTcdcOf68
Today we're celebrating Earth’s BFF: the Moon 🌚 Live programming kicks off on NASA TV beginning at 5:30pm ET, including: 📸 How to photograph the Moon 🌒 #AskNASA Q&As with lunar scientists 👀 A very special virtual Moon tour Details: https://t.co/DSRIbH5ISu #ObserveTheMoon https://t.co/jmKuE07IIa
Ever wonder how space exploration impacts the U.S. economy, jobs & technology you use in your everyday life? 🚀 Today, we released our first-ever agencywide economic impact report that takes a deep dive into the numbers. Take a look in this Twitter moment: https://t.co/RLEytmRb3v
"I think if we find life... it would be different from what we know on our own planet." In the new #GravityAssist, our Chief Scientist Jim Green & Dr. Athena Coustenis of @Obs_Paris explain why our solar system's icy moons fascinate astrobiologists: https://t.co/3kxb1a8UHk https://t.co/y9qeS3ZGdK