What does it take to line up a target for viewing from 4 billion miles away? Scientists are about to find out as they observe a small Kuiper Belt object, a rocky remnant of planetary formation, in June and July. Get the details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
What does it take to line up a target for viewing from
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Gigantic ice wave found to be new mode of ice loss in Greenland's Rink Glacier, discovered by scientists: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Gigantic ice wave found to be new mode of ice loss in
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#ICYMI: Jupiter's poles are covered in cyclones, some as big as the Earth - That & more new results from our Juno spacecraft this week: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
ICYMI Jupiters poles are covered in cyclones some as big as the
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Launching June 1, get to know this new mission that is set to study mysterious Neutron Stars & aid in deep space navigation: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Launching June 1 get to know this new mission that is set
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Did you know that the International Space Station is the third brightest object in the night sky? It’s easy to spot too! Find out when and where to look up: [ Spotthestation.nasa.gov Link ]
Did you know that the International Space Station is the third brightest
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Many massive stars, it seems, may quietly collapse into black holes — no supernova required. Previously scientists thought massive stars died spectacular deaths in explosive supernovae and then collapsed into black holes. Get the details: [ Nasa.gov Link ]
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#ICYMI: The moon just photobombed our sun observing spacecraft on Thursday when it passed in front of the sun: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
ICYMI The moon just photobombed our sun observing spacecraft on Thursday when
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Did you know that on the International Space Station there's a camera that lets students do their own research looking at Earth? [ Earthkam.org Link ]
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This Week @NASA: Acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot discussed our fiscal year 2018 budget. Also, Peggy Whitson and Jack Fisher conducted an unscheduled spacewalk outside the Space Station, we tested the RS-25 engines for our Space Launch System rocket, data from our Kepler mission help confirm the orbit of an exoplanet and more! Watch: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
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For the past year, the #BEAM expandable habitat has provided a new way of looking at living quarters in space. It’s part of a two-year demonstration project aboard the International Space Station that evaluates the characteristics directly related to the module’s ability to protect humans from the harsh space environment: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
For the past year the BEAM expandable habitat has provided a new
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Aboard the Space Station this week, an unscheduled spacewalk to replace a failed computer component that was too station operations, delayed some planned investigations. However, right after the spacewalk ended, crew members picked right back up on the science timeline. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Aboard the Space Station this week an unscheduled spacewalk to replace a
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Our NASA Sun Science observing spacecraft witnessed a partial solar eclipse in space on Thursday when it caught the moon passing in front of the sun:
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Our NASA Sun Science observing spacecraft witnessed a partial solar eclipse in
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This week, astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fisher returned to the vacuum of space Tuesday to do a little repair work on the International Space Station. Whitson is now 3rd on the all-time spacewalking list. Watch: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] Questions? Use #SpaceToGround
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Jupiter's poles are covered in cyclones, some as big as the Earth - That & more new results from our Juno spacecraft. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Jupiters poles are covered in cyclones some as big as the Earth
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New science from Jupiter! Need a quick recap on the swirling clouds, huge magnetic field and more? Check this out: [ Tumblr.com Link ]
New science from Jupiter Need a quick recap on the swirling clouds
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Our Juno spacecraft plasma wave signals on Jupiter. Mapping out these ions can help us understand how the upper atmosphere works on the gas giant, including the planet’s aurora. Listen to the sounds of Jupiter here: [ Soundcloud.com Link ]
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Views for our Juno spacecraft change quickly and show a variety of features on Jupiter as it swoops by on each close approach. Every 53 days Juno swings close to Jupiter, speeding over its clouds. In just two hours, the spacecraft travels from a perch over Jupiter’s north pole through its closest approach, then passes over the south pole on its way back out. See the views: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Views for our Juno spacecraft change quickly and show a variety of
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Earth-sized polar cyclones, plunging storm systems and a mammoth magnetic field on Jupiter! Check out the first in-depth science from our Juno spacecraft! Arriving in orbit around Jupiter on July 4, 2016, Juno has been exploring this gas giant, collecting data and images to help us better understand its origins. Get the details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Earthsized polar cyclones plunging storm systems and a mammoth magnetic field on
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LIVE: 1st in-depth results from @NASAJuno mission to Jupiter, helping us understand the planet's origin [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] Qs? #askNASA
LIVE 1st indepth results from NASAJuno mission to Jupiter helping us understand
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