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Pause. Rewind. @NASAWebb may have found sand particles in the atmosphere of planet VHS 1256 b, which orbits a pair of stars 40 light-years away. Webb also detected water, carbon monoxide, and methane. Get the gritty details: https://t.co/nP827gQKYW https://t.co/0CZxA9Doxw
Reporters: Interview the four astronauts who will travel around the Moon and deeper into space than any humans before them.
Media credentialing to cover the joint @NASA-@CSA_ASC reveal of the #Artemis II crew in Houston on April 3 is open now: https://t.co/SHfWUa81bt https://t.co/T35VuSSwBX
LIVE: We celebrate #WomensHistoryMonth by announcing a new campaign to connect women with students for @NASASTEM mentorship. https://t.co/vaktnR2JqB
Live outside of the continental United States? You can check out upcoming eclipses around the world here. https://t.co/zVziaJcD9P
Where will you be during the eclipses in 2023 and 2024?
This map shows the path of the Moon’s shadow as it crosses the contiguous U.S. during the eclipse on Oct. 14, 2023 and total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. Will you get a chance to see them? https://t.co/mC7CagW0AR https://t.co/wBA08oZ7k6
When we plan missions to send science off Earth, we have to prepare for inhospitable circumstances like acid clouds or extreme heat. Discover how we design spacecraft to travel through dangerous environments in this episode of the Curious Universe podcast: https://t.co/jCOEuHdDpO https://t.co/7cehZdWhAZ
Give your mail a cosmic commemoration!
On Sept. 24, #OSIRISRex spacecraft will deliver a capsule of asteroid material to Earth as part of its journey #ToBennuAndBack. @USPS announced an #OSIRISRExStamp to mark this epic delivery available later this year: https://t.co/6Wnu2yszHc https://t.co/f95CBRLGY7
Ok, bloomer: Spring is here. The March equinox marks the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. During equinox, the Sun shines on the equator with nearly equal amounts of day & night: https://t.co/WC28LsQzbL https://t.co/acSLOpNklY
Looking to do some stargazing? We’ve put together a handy guide with tips to help you find the best times and locations for enjoying the night sky: https://t.co/S0HWQqi2G6 https://t.co/MEibyzoCbQ
Our #Crew5 mission returned from the @Space_Station, @POTUS announced our proposed budget for the 2024 fiscal year, and the prototype spacesuit for our return to the lunar surface was revealed—This Week at NASA.
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When Irish skies are smiling...
This cloud-free view of Ireland, the Emerald Isle, was captured from space by our Aqua satellite back in 2010. Happy #StPatricksDay! https://t.co/O37USEp9Yg
What could we do if an asteroid threatened Earth? 65 actor Adam Driver and @AsteroidWatch discuss how we monitor asteroids, preventing a possible impact, and why we’re bringing asteroid samples here with #OSIRISRex. (There are no known threats to Earth for 100+ years.) https://t.co/J5TiBgIJ6i
Recent volcanic activity has been observed on Venus for the first time.
Scientists made the discovery by poring over archival radar images of Earth’s twin taken in the '90s by our Magellan mission. Our VERITAS mission is set to investigate: https://t.co/ookpSRqlhk https://t.co/DwEv4EJq9E
RT @NASAPersevere: And…action! Check out my latest video of the #MarsHelicopter kicking up dust and taking off for Flight #47.
Ingenuity is well beyond its “warranty” at this point, but has been zipping along with me, keeping up for as long as it can as we move together uphill. https://t.co/8iKFUIQni9
We’re announcing two new research institutes that will develop quantum technology to process complex climate data & create new computer models for 3D printed parts to be used in space. Cutting-edge technology is critical to our mission success: https://t.co/Mu8iv7e8OM https://t.co/NyMiI0cBZm
RT @Space_Station: The @SpaceX #Dragon cargo craft is ahead of schedule and now expected to dock to the space station today at 7:28am ET delivering over 6,200 pounds of cargo to the Exp 68 crew. Watch live on @NASA TV. https://t.co/HgOHgyu9xt
LIVE: The #CRS27 @SpaceX Dragon delivering new science investigations, food and supplies arrives at the @Space_Station. https://t.co/bbCZEU2G0P
RT @NASAArtemis: .@Axiom_Space revealed a spacesuit prototype that our @NASA_Astronauts plan to wear near the Moon’s South Pole on @NASA’s #Artemis III mission.
The spacesuit will give lunar explorers extra mobility, protection, & the latest technology. Discover more: https://t.co/uxH21hkSjd https://t.co/bqxcrwR6Y6
Come stargazing with us! In this week’s episode of our Curious Universe podcast, listen and read along as we take you on a tour of the stars from your very own backyard. https://t.co/KgSQExqgut https://t.co/5XAeLVv3Ie
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