Did you know that you’ll need special solar filter glasses to view the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse? Learn how to protect your eyes: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] #Eclipse2017
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We’re inviting YOU to participate in a nationwide science experiment during the August 21 total solar eclipse in the United States. With the NASA GLOBE Observer app and a thermometer, citizen scientists can help collect data on how the eclipse changes atmospheric conditions near you. Find out more on how to participate: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] #Eclipse2017
We’re inviting YOU to participate in a nationwide science experiment during the

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Brian Day Talks About Tracking Fireballs

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Got GIFs? We do! See the latest animated look at space on our GIPHY page! Check it out & explore: [ Giphy.com Link ]
Got GIFs We do See the latest animated look at space on
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About every 2 years, the Earth and Mars end up on opposite sides of the sun, known as solar conjunction. During these few weeks, we stop communication with our three orbiters and two rovers we have on the Red Planet. Find out more: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
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Zoooooommm and boom! We'll be making noise at our Kennedy Space Center as we test cutting-edge supersonic aircraft this August: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Zoooooommm and boom We'll be making noise at our Kennedy Space Center

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Astronauts exercise for about two hours every day while living on the International Space Station. This physical activity helps mitigate the effects of microgravity on the human body, like bone loss and muscle atrophy. What is NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson’s favorite part of her daily workout? “The view!” Watch: [ Youtu.be Link ]
Astronauts exercise for about two hours every day while living on the

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Ep3: Landing From Space

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Tucked away in a small constellation ~30 million light-years from us is this relatively dim, low-star-forming galaxy. While it is not all that remarkable, it is still a beautiful and ethereal sight. Take a look: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Tucked away in a small constellation 30 million light years from us

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What happened ‘This Week @NASA’? Our Langley Research Center celebrated its 100th anniversary, we talked about science and research conducted on the International Space Station at the ISS Research & Development Conference + more! Watch: [ Youtu.be Link ]
What happened ‘This Week NASA’ Our Langley Research Center celebrated its 100th

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Coming soon: Our Mars 2020 rover will search for signs of past microbial life on the Red Planet. This rover also introduces a drill that can collect core samples of the most promising rocks and soils and set them aside on the surface of Mars. Discover more: [ Tumblr.com Link ] #MarsDay17
Coming soon: Our Mars 2020 rover will search for signs of past

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Our current robotic missions on the Red Planet are paving the way for future human exploration on Mars. See how: [ Tumblr.com Link ] #MarsDay17
Our current robotic missions on the Red Planet are paving the way

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Think you know Mars? Dive into the Red Planet and discover more…like, what is the atmosphere made of? [ Mars.nasa.gov Link ] #MarsDay17
Think you know Mars Dive into the Red Planet and discover more…like
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Tune in LIVE from the National Air and Space Museum at 11:30 a.m. EDT to hear former astronaut Jon McBride as he talks about the Mars Concept Rover. Watch: [ Nasa.gov Link ]
Tune in LIVE from the National Air and Space Museum at 11:30

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It’s #MarsDay17! Join us as we celebrate the past, present and future of Mars exploration! Discover more: [ Tumblr.com Link ]
It’s MarsDay17 Join us as we celebrate the past present and future

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Some say perseverance is key…it’s also the name of a valley on the Red Planet and our Mars Rover Opportunity captured a panorama of it. Take a look: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
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The August 21 total solar eclipse will be neat to see…but it can also help us understand how the sun energizes Earth. Discover how: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] #Eclipse2017
The August 21 total solar eclipse will be neat to see…but it
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Once astronauts travel deeper into space than ever before in the Orion spacecraft, we’ll need to make sure they get home safe! Watch to see how we test exit procedures after splashdown: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
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Spotted! Mars’ tiny moon Phobos is seen during its orbital trek by the Hubble Space Telescope. Over the course of 22 minutes, Hubble captured 13 separate exposures, resulting in this time-lapse video. Watch: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Spotted Mars’ tiny moon Phobos is seen during its orbital trek by
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