Steampunk robots, student engineers & you! Watch the FIRST Robotics Competition Los Angeles Regionals live stream today and Sunday on [ Link ] #omgrobots
Some cosmic perspective: This enhanced-color #JunoCam image of a mysterious dark spot on Jupiter seems to reveal a Jovian “galaxy” of swirling storms.

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Getting a grip on reefs: NASA tests airborne instruments on Hawaii's corals.

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The study of this complex 2016 New Zealand earthquake may alter hazard models. Here’s how: [ Link ]
The pulsar next door: Andromeda’s bright X-ray mystery solved by NuSTAR Satellite.
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12+ years. Earth-orbiting AI tracked floods, fires—even a volcano’s changing lava lake. Read more: [ Link ]
A Swiftly Tilting (Dwarf) Planet: Shadowed, icy craters are a signature of Ceres’ angled past. News from NASA Dawn Mission: [ Link ]
Growing fractures, collapsing cliffs & massive rolling boulders: The many surfaces of comet 67p as seen by the Rosetta Mission.

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Our Deep Space Atomic Clock is one tick closer to launch. This technology looks to improve space navigation and timekeeping.

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Know when to hold 'em. Know when to fold 'em. PUFFER, an origami robot, could hitch a ride with a future rover. Find our more at [ Link ]
The once and future ring? Mars may once have had rings, may one day have them again thanks to moons Phobos and Deimos.

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Science with GRACE. #OTD in 2002, NASA’s GRACE mission launched into orbit. Over the past 15 years, the twin satellites have revolutionized our view of how water moves and is stored on Earth.

Scientists have used GRACE data to make crucial discoveries about underground water, melting ice sheets, sea level rise and changes in the solid Earth itself. [ Link ]
Pi Day, Pi Day, got to get down on Pi Day. Take the #NASAPiDayChallenge now! Take the quiz: [ Link ]

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Didn’t get a ticket to #ExploreJPL? You can still visit us! We’ve added more free, public weekday tours. Info at [ Link ]
Today's the day! Tickets will be available online starting at 9 a.m. PT (noon ET) for our May 20-21 #ExploreJPL event. Get them at [ Link ]
Science on Demand: Watch our public talk about the Cold Atom Lab, which will explore the quantum realm, gravity and dark energy.

Watch here: [ Link ]
Birth of the Cool: Watch and chat about the Cold Atom Lab, the coolest spot in the universe.

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Virtual field trip, no magic school bus required! Go to Mars and Jupiter with new NASA Google Expeditions. Free app download: [ Link ]
Fantastico! Saturn’s moon Pan resembles a space-ravioli in these raw images taken by NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn on Mar 7, 2017.
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