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We're working with @NatlParkService on a project using @NASAEarth data to better understand how sound & outdoor light affect animal species. A goal is to help protect the habitats of wildlife and to preserve the park experience for human visitors. More: https://t.co/UIp7zi3oFo https://t.co/JTQG8UxDyO
Dressing for the occasion! Many missions require 2 spacesuits: 1 for spacewalks and 1 for protection during launch and reentry. @NASA_Astronauts will wear the orange @NASAOrion suit on #Artemis missions during liftoff and return to Earth. Details: https://t.co/FcUFMSkbuI https://t.co/mEDeP7HpWg
The @HiRISE camera on our Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has captured images of both missions on the surface.
Look closely to see the lander's solar panels and seismometer and the rover's tracks across Mount Sharp: https://t.co/OXVXe6zRJc https://t.co/BMiu0E0A6m
☄️Interstellar visitor spotted!☄️
Our @NASAHubble telescope has given astronomers their best look yet at comet 2I/Borisov, the second known interstellar object found to enter our solar system. Learn more: https://t.co/WemI8XrpaQ https://t.co/BN7XOOOzs8
RT @JimBridenstine: We're full speed ahead to land the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024. @NASA is taking the next steps to work with @BoeingSpace to build the @NASA_SLS rocket for #Artemis III and beyond. https://t.co/gFDNyC1cqy
The 1st woman and next man will go to the Moon in 2024
Today, we previewed the next-generation #Artemis spacesuits that our astronauts will wear – 1 for launch and re-entry, and 1 for exploring the lunar South Pole. Watch a recap: https://t.co/e4cxB3rK6e https://t.co/PtYSLqHq62
#HispanicHeritageMonth draws to a close but we continue celebrating the contributions of our stellar workforce! Check out our @Twitter Moment to learn about more stories by @NASApeople:
RT @JimBridenstine: We have never been more ready to meet the unknown. Team members from our #Artemis program share the risks and rewards of this next era of exploration as we prepare for missions to the Moon and Mars https://t.co/xQin59cjWP https://t.co/adJ6B0IFJo
LIVE: Experts discuss the 1st all-female spacewalk scheduled to take place on either Thurs., Oct. 17 or Fri., Oct 18. @Astro_Christina and @Astro_Jessica will venture outside the @Space_Station for a ~6.5 hour spacewalk for station maintenance.
LISTEN: https://t.co/ZuxLDtRxxM https://t.co/FdmTRASmlm
Introducing our next-generation spacesuit for #Artemis missions! Here, spacesuit engineer Kristine Davis demonstrates the improved mobility in the new suit, important for working on the Moon's surface. Watch live: https://t.co/n8wWhy876P https://t.co/9g6sfOaPbf
LIVE: Get a look at the spacesuits the 1st woman & next man will wear to explore the Moon in 2024! During this demo, check out the upgrades and view our 2 new suit prototypes – 1 for launch and re-entry, and 1 for exploring the lunar South Pole. Watch: https://t.co/MWSQEvomQs
At 2pm ET, we’re showcasing prototypes of our 2 newest spacesuits designed for Moon to Mars exploration! Get an up-close look at the next generation of #Artemis spacesuits during this demonstration w/ suit engineers, astronauts & more. Set your & watch: https://t.co/mzKW5uV4hS https://t.co/5CukHywZCc
RT @JimBridenstine: .@Space_Station update: our first all-female spacewalk with @Astro_Christina and @Astro_Jessica will be Thursday or Friday to replace a faulty battery charge-discharge unit. We’ll have a telecon later today. More details: https://t.co/0T6OOfuQQc https://t.co/zQ7cH4fIBg
#SuitUp We’re moving forward with the spacesuits our #Artemis astronauts will wear on the Moon.
On Tues., Oct. 15 at 2 p.m. EDT, tune in for an up-close look and live demo with spacesuit engineers: https://t.co/MYnmHLBN9j https://t.co/lWEwgkJqze
Calling all 3-D artists and visual storytellers: @NASAGoddard released a Moon visualization kit, created with data assembled by our @LRO_NASA camera and laser altimeter instrument teams.
How to download and try it out: https://t.co/auTfp6fUK4 https://t.co/yjDZ61rJ5D
We’re going forward to the Moon, together.
Who is going with us? One of our @NASA_Astronauts, Alvin Drew, answers in our latest #AskNASA episode. Find out about international partnerships that will contribute to our #Artemis exploration plans. Watch: https://t.co/ejbxx9P3xV https://t.co/aKHv9hlOa2
Our #SpaceApps Challenge is the world’s largest global hackathon — and anyone can participate! Have an idea that uses our data to solve real-world problems? Find a location and sign up: https://t.co/7g0rFANXhA
Get more information about the event: https://t.co/UH2pf3sEAm https://t.co/8G79xgMGZS
A new look at a recent milestone for the most powerful and complex space science telescope ever created! Watch as the two halves of @NASAWebb are mechanically and electronically connected at @northropgrumman's facilities: https://t.co/aIH6HfAO9V https://t.co/tKqXtpP4AN
On a Mission, @NASAJPL's award-winning podcast, has returned for a new season all about asteroids! ☄️
They'll visit missions & observatories studying these space rocks and hear from scientists charged with protecting Earth.
Listen and subscribe: https://t.co/BCON9VxdGR https://t.co/9RJp6uUOm8
This week on @Space_Station, two astronauts completed the first two spacewalks in a series to upgrade the station's batteries from nickel-hydrogen to lithium-ion. The next spacewalk continuing the work will be Wed., Oct. 16. Watch: https://t.co/XBIyJ90P1z Questions? Use #AskNASA! https://t.co/44cAMBlGtn
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