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We’re planning one of our biggest feats ever – bringing Mars samples to Earth – and you can play a part.

We're looking for your feedback on Mars Sample Return in a series of in-person meetings. Find details and updated meeting locations here: https://t.co/QCHBpGTELD https://t.co/nVt1Qi1tYn
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Can we fix it? Yes, we can 🔧

Astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio have successfully installed Roll-Out Solar Array on the starboard truss structure of the @Space_Station. They have also disconnected a cable allowing restoring a power channel to 75% of its operating capacity. https://t.co/zjBMzACmn0
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Watch as the newly installed Roll-Out Solar Array deploys on the @Space_Station’s starboard truss structure for the first time. Astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio are more than five hours into their spacewalk. https://t.co/FcCoRJqeM7
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It's a good day for some home improvement. Astronauts are currently ahead of schedule as they install new roll-out solar arrays outside the @Space_Station. What do you plan to work on today? 🛠️ https://t.co/kXOaA2KU3g
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As the @NASA_Orion spacecraft prepares for the journey back to Earth, we reflect on all the women who led the Artemis I mission to the Moon.

Through #Artemis, we will see the first woman and first person of color walk on the lunar surface. https://t.co/9wyQfJC8VG
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LIVE NOW: The @NASA_Orion spacecraft is performing the first of two maneuvers to exit lunar orbit and begin its journey from the Moon back to Earth.

The burn is scheduled to begin at 4:53pm ET (21:53 UTC). #Artemis https://t.co/ymYGTm6IUK
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Lots of Moon action this month—and we don’t just mean Orion’s journey! On the evening of Dec. 1, the Moon will appear very close to Jupiter. A few days later, it’ll cover up Mars and end the month by sliding past Saturn and Jupiter. Our What’s Up! guide has all the details. https://t.co/QN1T4xlHhB
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Across NASA, we celebrated the Indigenous Native American culture and heritage that has been passed down from generation to generation for centuries. Check out our recap of #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth highlights from team members who take us higher. https://t.co/C1RP3BtDcL
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The next generation of @NASAEarth science is moving forward.

Following an independent review, we’re implementing recommendations to ensure that our Earth System Observatory will meet all science goals to help us understand our changing planet: https://t.co/eSA2PRzlrS https://t.co/0s0Uiha08A
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Is there water on the Moon? Yes, in the form of ice. Water is critical for future missions, which is why our golf cart-sized VIPER rover will explore the lunar South Pole in search of ice: https://t.co/ipfL0EqmlU https://t.co/vZL3f8Vz66
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