NASA @nasa

Latest Tweets of NASA @nasa

NASA @nasa On Twitter


Final chance to apply! We’re opening the doors to our facilities across the country & inviting our social media followers (that’s you!) to an in-person #StateOfNASA event on Feb. 5! Apply to attend by noon ET today for a #NASASocial event near you: https://t.co/azf9pggfdI https://t.co/BTbPtLXlcP


Crews cleaned out their spacesuits to prepare for 2 upcoming #spacewalks, science returned to Earth aboard a @SpaceX #Dragon cargo vehicle + much more! Watch for a full week’s recap of activities on @Space_Station: https://t.co/TDDZ0ej2Kb Qs? Use #SpaceToGround https://t.co/7D0hv01hsR



We’re opening the doors to our facilities across the country and inviting our social media followers (that’s you!) to an in-person #StateOfNASA event on Feb. 5! Apply to attend one of the #NASASocial events near you! Details and application: https://t.co/azf9pggfdI https://t.co/09j9kkd0AL


At 11am ET: #DYK that we, along with our partners at @NOAA, collect the world’s temperature data & produce a record of Earth’s surface temperatures, as well as changes in climate trends? Join us live at 11am ET for the 2017 annual data release: https://t.co/aO9SIsVHS9 https://t.co/NHs6STt141


Earth’s global surface temperatures in 2017 ranked as the second warmest since 1880, according to an analysis by scientists at @NASAGISS: https://t.co/glKjX0RBPy https://t.co/SoaLEwppp7



LIVE NOW: Hear from @NASAGISS & @NOAA experts about the data just released on Earth’s global surface temperatures for 2017. Listen in: https://t.co/ZuxLDtRxxM https://t.co/r2LGAmupBh



A new power source may provide safe, efficient energy needed to enable future crewed missions to the Moon, Mars & beyond. Join our teleconference at noon ET where we’ll discuss the project behind this 'empowering' new technology: https://t.co/Xp9xrakVcI Questions? Use #askNASA https://t.co/Gcplg29sua


LIVE NOW: Listen in as experts discuss an @Energy project that could potentially empower future crewed surface missions to the Moon, Mars & beyond: https://t.co/rBJa7OV7gH Got Q's? #askNASA https://t.co/B2yEFrSCFN



There are 2 spacewalks coming up on Jan. 23 & 29. Find out what tasks the astronauts will complete while floating outside the @Space_Station by tuning in today at 2pm ET! https://t.co/ZuxLDtRxxM Have questions? Use #askNASA https://t.co/83rSUo13B4


Living & working in space takes a toll on the human body. Learn about this @ISS_Research aboard the @Space_Station that tests a drug delivery system aimed at preventing, slowing or even reversing muscle atrophy, in space and on Earth! Watch: https://t.co/m5RwsKq6C1 https://t.co/eyEV2FskPB



For the second time in three years, snow draped the desert peaks near the northern Algerian town of Aïn Séfra. Our satellite data helped capture the uncommon event on Jan 8. Take a look: https://t.co/bob74tTFfq https://t.co/YG7OsN2c83


Crew assignments for future @Space_Station missions in 2018 updated: https://t.co/loJfkCJaBb https://t.co/dPsfTFnNdD


We’re testing a power source that could provide safe, efficient energy for future crewed missions to the Moon, Mars & beyond. The system may be essential for day-to-day mission needs, like lighting, water & oxygen, as well as fuel for the journey home: https://t.co/vRYuKr4iqn https://t.co/kLzwrvhl5Z


Like humans, our Sun loses mass as it ages, weakening its gravitational pull. To study the dynamics of our aging star, @NASASun researchers have enlisted Mercury, the smallest, innermost planet in the solar system. See how: https://t.co/IaUqVgW9Zx https://t.co/a8U55nPdsJ


Our @NASAWebb Telescope’s 6.5-meter primary mirror is coated in gold to help it see some of the very 1st luminous objects in the universe. Fun fact: it only took a golf ball-sized amount of gold to paint the entire mirror! More interesting facts: https://t.co/3ce0AGyWKM https://t.co/1Rwx66vbeB


We’re opening the doors to our facilities across the country and inviting our social media followers (that’s you!) to an in-person #StateOfNASA event on Feb. 5! Apply to attend one of the #NASASocial events near you! Details and application: https://t.co/azf9pggfdI https://t.co/ppHec6RMGf


Did you know that Uranus has rings & appears to spin on its side? Or that intensely blue Neptune once had an Earth-sized Great Dark Spot? Get to know these planetary pariahs known as the “ice giants” in our latest episode of our Gravity Assist podcast: https://t.co/3W14d4qsYA https://t.co/DwE9ePYsNe


#DYK that we, along with our partners at @NOAA, collect the world’s temperature data & produce a record of Earth’s surface temperatures, as well as changes in climate trends? Join us live tomorrow at 11am ET for the 2017 annual data release: https://t.co/sZQ2pPzUfV https://t.co/FERGkdFP5T


Antarctica’s veiled regions of snow and ice are constantly photographed from above by @NASA_ICE's Operation #IceBridge for research purposes, but there is no mistaking their beauty. Witness the polar region where science meets art: https://t.co/ge61SJtUAe https://t.co/f82UvBDgDe


A new power source on the horizon may provide safe, efficient energy needed to enable future crewed missions to the Moon, Mars & beyond. Join our teleconference on Jan. 18 at noon EST when we’ll discuss the project behind this 'empowering' new technology: https://t.co/ImryQ8JVlZ https://t.co/ny9TdgmJvO


Located 1,350 light-years away, the Orion Nebula is the perfect laboratory for observing the star formation process. Discover how our @NASAHubble Space Telescope's unprecedented survey of the region uncovered a celestial cornucopia: https://t.co/sap8r1LaPr https://t.co/v66kFgKd3d


“Pardon Me!”…This supermassive black hole, billions of times the mass of our Sun, was caught by our @ChandraXRay Observatory doing some cosmic snacking then "burping" 🗣 ️— twice! Take a look: https://t.co/jVP3F2MICW https://t.co/6QcwPytYai


Small businesses aren’t only the cornerstones of our communities, they’re a huge source of innovation. Our Office of Small Business Programs (@NASA_OSBP) wants to garner that ingenuity into tech that supports future missions. Details on how to apply: https://t.co/YBkKunC8CQ https://t.co/XdDjCSzcOM


We’re on a mission to inspire the next generation of scientists & explorers! See how we’re using CubeSats to encourage young minds to engage with #STEM—science, technology, engineering & mathematics: https://t.co/MwT7oJNeKF https://t.co/pICad2PRx7


40 years ago today, we made history by selecting the 1st @NASA_Astronaut class to include women, African-American & Asian-American astronauts. That diverse class of 1978 went on to achieve many firsts & build a foundation for the record breakers of today: https://t.co/FtNQZS93n5 https://t.co/1oMpZl7NWe


Watch as we fire up a real rocket engine! Join us live at 4pm ET as we test one of the four RS-25 engines that will power our @NASA_SLS rocket on future deep space missions: https://t.co/UAGCQPYaBU https://t.co/NXC9lHd2mO



LIVE NOW: We’re firing up one of the four engines that will power our @NASA_SLS rocket on future deep space missions. Watch the fire, smoke and steam: https://t.co/OgMhAMyIQT https://t.co/KYp4MPGkEK


We’re opening the doors to our facilities across the country and inviting our social media followers (that’s you!) to an in-person #StateOfNASA event on Feb. 5! Apply to attend one of the #NASASocial events nearest you! Details and application: https://t.co/azf9pggfdI https://t.co/wDyqqa1tqb


Millions AND billions! This enormous galaxy cluster, seen by @NASAHubble, contains the mass of a staggering 3 million billion suns! Nicknamed “El Gordo”, it is the largest, hottest & brightest X-ray galaxy ever discovered in the distant Universe: https://t.co/8vMlWbW1fm https://t.co/erWRyDT0iK


Wind tunnels allow us to test the aerodynamics of many spacecraft – including our @NASA_SLS rocket, which will launch astronauts deeper into the solar system than ever before. See how a wind tunnel works in this 360-degree animation: https://t.co/BSCOS0iFEr https://t.co/b1JxToHxFu


#ICYMI, yesterday we fired up 1 of the 4 engines that'll power our @NASA_SLS rocket on future deep space missions. The 365-second test helped verify that the flight controller – the engine’s “brain” – can properly communicate with the rocket. Learn more: https://t.co/1Eb08rM57H https://t.co/4zxpx2iAkX


First was fire. Then rain. And now deadly debris flows...Images from our @NASAEarth Observatory show a lush, green Montecito, CA on Nov. 23, 2017, before mud and debris tore through the town, and after, charred and brown, on Jan. 10, 2018. Take a look: https://t.co/sYnpLOG5n5 https://t.co/P3ILVT2vNC


Our flying @SOFIAtelescope pierces through dark clouds & dust to capture massive star-forming regions like the Tarantula Nebula, allowing us to study them in all stages – from when they’re a mass of unformed gas and dust, to their end-of-life explosions: https://t.co/x6ro5eUZbe https://t.co/cAoTZdKBAc


Got GIFs? We do! See the latest animated look at space on our @GIPHY page! Check it out & explore: https://t.co/hsSahYIAzA https://t.co/7OuZA9YWmp



Saturn’s rings, made of countless icy particles, form a translucent veil in this view from our @CassiniSaturn spacecraft, which ended its mission on Sept. 15, 2017. That little dot peeking through the ring gap is Saturn’s tiny moon Pan. Learn more: https://t.co/ayDJNesq07 https://t.co/cNkszsbA0q


Today is #MLKDay. Here's a past @Space_Station view of Dr. #MartinLutherKing Jr.'s hometown of Atlanta as seen from orbit by @Astro_Kimbrough in 2017 https://t.co/e3UQkv8op8


Four spacecraft that orbit in the magnetic bubble surrounding Earth are starting a new mission phase. From new heights, they will study the Sun-facing side of Earth’s magnetic environment. Get the details from @NASASun: https://t.co/YDpuknok75 https://t.co/LnsdNrSJgN



Up early? Tune in live at 4:30am ET as @SpaceX’s #Dragon cargo vehicle departs from @Space_Station after almost a month on orbit. The spacecraft will be carrying around 4,100 pounds of cargo, including science samples and other experiments. Details: https://t.co/JAaCK37dSk https://t.co/ofzPjkes4Y


LIVE NOW: @SpaceX’s #Dragon cargo vehicle departs @Space_Station after almost a month on orbit. Watch: https://t.co/ZuxLDtzW9c https://t.co/aI8T6Hwt9v



The #Dragon spacecraft preparing to leave @Space_Station is carrying ~4,100 pounds of important cargo, science and technology back to Earth. After departure, the cargo vehicle will splash down in the Pacific Ocean at 10:36am ET. Learn about the science: https://t.co/uwxdIqTKv2 https://t.co/1AtQSki9LL



So long, #Dragon! 👋 After almost a month at @Space_Station, @SpaceX’s cargo vehicle is released from its orbiting home at 4:58am ET to return ~4,100 pounds of science and cargo to Earth. Watch: https://t.co/ZuxLDtzW9c https://t.co/APCEEtSWMN



The @SpaceX #Dragon cargo vehicle that departed @Space_Station at 4:58am ET will splash down in the Pacific Ocean later this morning, delivering ~4,100 pounds of cargo & science to Earth. Splashdown at 10:36am will be not televised. Find out more: https://t.co/BoHo2IP8Dj https://t.co/VtSsmbNnf9



The rich, colorful tapestry of Jupiter’s southern hemisphere abound with vibrant cloud bands and storms was beheld by our @NASAJuno spacecraft during its tenth close flyby of the giant planet on Dec. 16, 2017: https://t.co/pQSUSP4ZbC https://t.co/df3k9pUGiZ


This new @NASAEarth science mission – GeoCarb – could give us new insights into the global carbon cycle by mapping key gases from an orbit that would allow it to constantly remain over the Americas. Details: https://t.co/AvwvPZtpxT https://t.co/Od6AOaxez7


Citizen scientists have previously discovered a system of at least 5 planets outside our solar system using @NASAKepler data. But this is the first multi-planet system found entirely through crowdsourcing! Details: https://t.co/Q6tkHQO2QT https://t.co/TH1UW5N1GE


Did you know that @Space_Station is the 3rd brightest object in the night sky? Find out when and where to look up: https://t.co/IV6AZcoGh3 https://t.co/1it5sRXiu0


From the high seas to the high skies, we’re testing systems to support missions to the Moon, Mars & beyond. Check out how @NASA_Orion spacecraft, @NASA_SLS rocket & @NASA_go4launch are advancing toward sending humans farther than they've ever been: https://t.co/2fHuTHXFA8 https://t.co/mnrl0zyCy7



Need some fresh perspective? Here are 10 vision-stretching images for your computer or mobile devices…all REAL pictures, sent recently by our planetary missions throughout the @NASASolarSystem! Take a look, download and enjoy: https://t.co/06sZg1CnKO https://t.co/jxVWv1Xth0



Ponder this...how do you create a 3-D view of a far off world? Recently our @SOFIAtelescope saw past the clouds & into the deep layers of Jupiter, providing a 3-D view of the giant planet’s atmosphere. Take a look: https://t.co/UwhtsIVA3H https://t.co/XL5Xzd2Qta


Got GIFs? We do! See the latest animated look at space on our @GIPHY page! Check it out & explore: https://t.co/hsSahYIAzA https://t.co/VjsXsSHS8Q


Other Trending Celebrities

Khamba

@gkhamba

Alia Bhatt

@aliaa08

Abhishek Bachchan

@juniorbachchan

Kevin Durant

@KDTrey5

Ranveer Singh

@RanveerOfficial

All India Bakchod

@AllIndiaBakchod

Gautam

@gautamverma23

Dhanush

@dhanushkraja

President Obama

@POTUS44

Ryan Seacrest

@RyanSeacrest