What NASA Tweeted On Twitter?

NASA Latest Tweets On Twitter

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Want to experience ice, space lasers, penguins and a workhorse rocket’s last liftoff? If so, apply for behind-the-scenes access during a @NASASocial at Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc, California. Details: https://t.co/xYX7FTstl9 https://t.co/8MifXuwCDx


In Case You Missed It: Nearly two months after delivering several tons of supplies and scientific experiments to our orbiting laboratory, the @NorthropGrumman #Cygnus cargo spacecraft departed the @Space_Station today at 8:37 am ET. Details: https://t.co/0NAWYilSs4. https://t.co/kLAl06bJUy


'✖️' marks the spot! This composite image of the ‘X’- traordinary star-forming region known as Pillars of Creation was created using data from @NASAHubble Space Telescope & @ChandraXray Observatory while ‘X’-ploring the X'-ceptional Eagle Nebula: https://t.co/6HEyi5KLDK https://t.co/VX6G8VcFXL

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So where are the spiders? On Mars! 🕷️ Our Mars orbiter took this image of "araneiform terrain," spider-like radiating mounds that form when Martian carbon dioxide ice below the surface heats up and releases each spring in a process not seen on Earth: https://t.co/gjuFKE2Uei https://t.co/EQSEewEUP8

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Rocket tanks experience extreme temps from cold propellants to friction created as they soar through Earth’s atmosphere to space. To protect against this, a thermal protection foam has been added to tanks for our @NASA_SLS deep space rocket. Take a look: https://t.co/bxP8XapTtR https://t.co/3M7mBJkDJf

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From 250 miles above Earth aboard @Space_Station, @Astro_Ricky captured this photograph of changing landscape in the heart of Madagascar. You can see drainage into the sea in the Betsiboka Estuary due to decimation of rainforests and coastal mangroves: https://t.co/z38RY7ueiW https://t.co/7ZHwNNOuI7

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We just hired six new flight directors to join a unique group of individuals who lead human spaceflights from mission control at @NASA_Johnson in Houston. Get to know the new team members: https://t.co/NTaKEsuvHP https://t.co/Wil3b2Jbny

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Want to experience a @NASA_ICE mission, space lasers, penguins and a workhorse rocket’s last liftoff? If so, apply for behind-the-scenes access during a @NASASocial at Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc, California. Details: https://t.co/XF9pX4OTYU https://t.co/0lnnrZx3iR

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The long lines of damage visible to @NASAEarth-observing satellites of South Dakota may look like a product of tornadoes. However, the width of the damage swath—over 6 miles (10km)—is a clue that it was hail that pummeled these farms and grasslands: https://t.co/uhH7s5Ki3n https://t.co/OjP5AAE6tx

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Take a look at work being done to explore deep space like never before on Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), the 1st flight of our @NASA_SLS rocket & @NASA_Orion spacecraft. Discover how this mission beyond the Moon will unfold & what will come next. Watch: https://t.co/0FYcPlntdj https://t.co/FY1iT2cZKc


Want to experience a @NASA_ICE mission, space lasers, penguins and a workhorse rocket’s last liftoff? If so, apply for behind-the-scenes access during a @NASASocial at Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc, California. Details: https://t.co/SYNiwazdJ3 https://t.co/EMt6tFapf3


What happened on @Space_Station this week? @AstroSerena conducted research to combat cancer, a cargo vehicle arrived to space less than four hours after launch and lots more: https://t.co/7FmUstpIOp. Ask ?s using #SpaceToGround https://t.co/HSQiHjofej


Are new physics needed to explain the expansion of the universe? Using the power of two space telescopes, astronomers made the most precise measurement to date of the universe’s expansion rate. The results ended up fueling a cosmic conundrum: https://t.co/IQyCfThLrc https://t.co/JOM2lMDxQA

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As Tropical Storm Chris was strengthening into a short-lived hurricane, one of our @NASAEarth satellites studied the storm’s rainfall & cloud height. This info improves @NASAHurricane scientists’ ability to evaluate how storms change in intensity over time https://t.co/xmoKq5JlQB https://t.co/OORZlJHFt4

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“I look forward to working with Mr. Morhard upon his confirmation,” says @JimBridenstine about POTUS’ intent to nominate James Morhard as our deputy administrator. Statement: https://t.co/goqslcNBNr https://t.co/GOpbeyrfAh

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Chemical Space Gardens is not only a really awesome band name, it’s cool @ISS_Research happening on @Space_Station right now! Get the details on these colorful crystal gardens currently taking shape in microgravity: https://t.co/Qgnmp5WNSU https://t.co/MCAyCInEuT


What’s better than seeing a double rainbow? 🌈🌈 A rare double asteroid! ☄️☄️New observations have revealed that an asteroid discovered last year is actually two objects, each about 3,000 feet in size, orbiting each other. Get the details: https://t.co/BLvjQCBmnP https://t.co/XG7IJkCVE6


From the air, the scope of damage caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico is palpable. Using a ranging system that fires 600K laser pulses/second, our @NASAEarth team measured changes in the height & structure of the forests before & after the storm: https://t.co/7TnJsKlQBQ https://t.co/w734rXExSj


Parker #SolarProbe has the need, the need for speed! Next month, after thundering into the sky on 3 rocket boosters, our spacecraft will move at 430,000 mph, flying faster, hotter and closer than ever to @NASASun! The countdown begins: https://t.co/N5Psu9bQjs https://t.co/xRu6V1T1I7


[email protected] has been revealing Jupiter's secrets ever since its arrival in July 2016. From finding Earth-sized storms at the planet’s poles to uncovering mysteries about the Great Red Spot, this mission is turning theories about how Jupiter works inside out https://t.co/TlD5GCZufW https://t.co/SLrfyCXUZH

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Are we alone in the universe? @NASAWebb Space Telescope will help us answer one of humanity's oldest questions by studying the atmospheres of distant worlds orbiting nearby stars and identifying those that could potentially support life. Details: https://t.co/4fM54UsYhv https://t.co/nVHSLEdAp9


We’re inviting social media users to apply to see a rocket launch! 🚀 The launch will kickoff a mission to measure the height of our home planet, with a focus on tracking changes to the ice sheets, glaciers and sea ice of Earth’s polar regions. Details: https://t.co/yMzjLGNm2M https://t.co/iSByJ3AA6h

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Today at 4:30pm ET: Curious about how you fly the @Space_Station or what it takes to lead mission control at @NASA_Johnson? Ask our six newest flight directors who will sit at the helm of human spaceflight. Tweet your questions for them using #askNASA https://t.co/CouGfO5uYa

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LIVE NOW: Curious about how you fly the @Space_Station or what it takes to lead mission control at @NASA_Johnson? Ask our six newest flight directors who will sit at the helm of human spaceflight. Tweet your questions for them using #askNASA https://t.co/YHar9f2RGU

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Scientists have always wondered: how did Uranus get tilted so much that it spins on its side? New research looking back at the planet’s early formation points to a young proto-planet of rock & ice colliding with Uranus, causing its extreme tilt. Details: https://t.co/KX15WolkGx https://t.co/xP6modlYAI


We’re inviting social media users to apply to see a rocket launch! 🚀 The launch will kickoff a mission to measure the height of our home planet, with a focus on tracking changes to the ice sheets, glaciers and sea ice of Earth’s polar regions. Details: https://t.co/DkBnxxDF1X https://t.co/zYQGtVMhvv

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Introducing our newest flight directors who will sit at the helm of human spaceflight, overseeing missions to the @Space_Station, Moon and beyond. Get to know them: https://t.co/DH17llucXq https://t.co/rcxoNR7pkW

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Since the beginning of spaceflight, only 97 people have sat at the helm of the Mission Control Center as a flight director. Get to know our newest flight directors who will make real-time decisions to keep @NASA_Astronauts safe in space: https://t.co/I1F4dHR48J https://t.co/xliz1CEh1q


We're joining forces with Peanuts Worldwide to share the excitement of science, tech, engineering & math with the next generation of explorers, updating Astronaut @Snoopy for new space-themed educational activities about deep space exploration. Details: https://t.co/fORryKW85B https://t.co/ovVPgEL2X3

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Less than four hours after launch, a spacecraft will arrive at the @Space_Station carrying: ⛽ 1,168 pounds of propellant 💨 114 pounds of oxygen & air 💧 926 pounds of water 🛠 3,450 pounds of parts & supplies Watch Progress 70 dock to the station: https://t.co/mzKW5uDsTi https://t.co/QQj6SM4t5V


HAPPENING NOW: A high-definition camera recently installed by @NASA_Astronauts shows the Progress cargo craft arriving at the @Space_Station. Watch: https://t.co/mzKW5uDsTi https://t.co/vjsn0mOQIg


ARRIVAL! Traveling about 250 miles over the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand, the unpiloted Russian Progress 70 cargo ship docked to the @Space_Station at 9:31pm ET. Watch: https://t.co/mzKW5uDsTi https://t.co/HfB51po4cM


Want to experience a @NASA_ICE mission, space lasers, penguins and a workhorse rocket’s last liftoff? If so, apply for behind-the-scenes access during a @NASASocial at Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc, California. Details: https://t.co/OoTClQHwsD https://t.co/GK9IuBCxwA

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LIFTOFF! A cargo ship loaded with almost three tons of food, fuel and supplies is on its way to the International @Space_Station and on track to get there in less than four hours. Watch: https://t.co/mzKW5uDsTi https://t.co/XifhrpReA0


How do you think Saturn sounds? 🔊👂 Before its Grand Finale, @CassiniSaturn captured waves of electromagnetic energy moving between Saturn & its Moon Enceladus. Researchers converted this dynamic interaction into waves of sound. Listen: https://t.co/IJ7FkK4Kjm https://t.co/JE4qnSGx6c


Some @NASAEarth satellites use infrared light to probe storms like Tropical Storm Chris to obtain info about temperature. This data helps characterize how strong storms can be. The higher the cloud tops, the colder & stronger they are. Take a closer look: https://t.co/A7DG5KNekL https://t.co/vPKrp6gAiU

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