In case you missed it, SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft launched at 9:39 a.m. EST, carrying important science and supplies to the crew on the International Space Station. These experiments will look into a range of scientific disciplines from human health to atmospheric conditions on Earth. This was the first commercial launch from historic Launch Pad 39A since it was used for Shuttle missions....
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Space is bursting with activity and this field of bright celestial bodies offers a glimpse at entire galaxies. The spiral galaxies have arms curving out from a bright center. The fuzzier, less clearly shaped galaxies might be ellipticals. Some of these galaxies contain millions or even billions of stars, but are so distant that all of their starry residents are contained within just a small...
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Tune in at 11:30 a.m. EST as mission experts de-brief on today’s successful cargo launch to the International Space Station: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] Have a question? Use #askNASA
LIFTOFF! The Falcon 9 rocket lifted off at 9:39 a.m. EST, and the Dragon cargo vehicle is on orbit heading to the International Space Station with an arrival scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 22. It will deliver science and supplies to the crew living and working on station. Follow along at: [ Nasa.gov Link ]
LIVE ROCKET LAUNCH: Watch live as we send research and supplies to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. Liftoff of their Falcon 9 rocket from historic Pad 39A at our Kennedy Space Center in Florida, which was used to launch Saturn V rockets to the moon and the space shuttle, is scheduled 9:39 a.m. EST. Watch:
SpaceX's Dragon cargo spacecraft will carry two more Earth science instruments to the International Space Station that are dedicated to observing and increasing our understanding of our home planet. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Take a look at the cool science and research headed to the International Space Station on this morning’s 9:39 a.m. EST SpaceX cargo launch: [ Tumblr.com Link ]
Tune in at 8:45 a.m. EST for live coverage of the next potential launch opportunity for SpaceX’s space station cargo mission, slated for 9:39 a.m. Watch: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]

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The next potential launch opportunity for SpaceX's space station cargo mission is 9:39 a.m. EST Sunday. Live coverage begins at 8:45 a.m. More: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
We've selected 34 small satellite projects, also known as Cubesats, from educational institutions, universities, non-profit organizations in19 states and DC to fly as auxiliary payloads aboard missions planned to launch in 2018, 2019 and 2020. Learn more: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Our Juno mission to Jupiter will continue its current 53-day orbit for the remainder of the mission. During each orbit, Juno soars low over Jupiter’s cloud tops – as close as about 2,600 miles, peering beneath the obscuring cloud cover and studying Jupiter’s auroras to learn more about the planet's origins, structure, atmosphere and magnetosphere. Learn more: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
On this day in 1930, Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto! See what we’ve learned about it since: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
SCRUB! Today’s launch of SpaceX’s Dragon cargo spacecraft to the International Space Station has been called off to allow SpaceX time to “take a closer look at the positioning of the second stage engine nozzle.” The next earliest launch opportunity is tomorrow at 9:38am ET.

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LIVE ROCKET LAUNCH: Watch live as we send research and supplies to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. Liftoff of their Falcon 9 rocket from historic Pad 39A at our Kennedy Space Center in Florida, which was used to launch Saturn V rockets to the moon and the space shuttle, is scheduled 10:01 a.m. EST. Watch:
What science is headed to the International Space Station with today’s launch? From crystal growth experiments to an ozone monitoring instrument, get the details here: [ Tumblr.com Link ]
The SpaceX Dragon is set to launch today at 10:01am ET (3:01pm UTC) from NASA's Kennedy Space Center carrying science & supplies to the International Space Station. Fueling of the Falcon 9 rocket is underway and the launch team is currently working no issues.

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What new experiments, cargo and research is headed to the International Space Station with today’s SpaceX cargo launch? Earth Science, a tech demonstration and more! Get the details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
It's launch day! Live coverage begins at 8:30am ET for a 10:01am launch to deliver cargo to the International Space Station. Watch live: [ Nasa.gov Link ]

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'Twas the night before launch, and the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft were prepared to liftoff to the International Space Station to deliver cargo that will be sent aloft on the resupply flight. Launch is scheduled for 10:01 a.m. EST on Saturday, Feb. 18. The mission will set a milestone as the first launch from Launch Complex 39A since the space shuttle fleet retired in 2011. ...
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