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Live HD Earth viewing from the International Space Station! Go full screen, sit back, watch & enjoy our home planet: [ Jsc.nasa.gov Link ]
We're using balloons to study the reactions in the core of stars and as they explode via the release particles that travel to Earth and interact with the Antarctica ice. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
We're celebrating the lives and careers of the Langley West Computing Unit who helped America win the space race of the 1950s and 60s. The lives of these unsung heroines is captured in the book and film #HiddenFigures. More: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
What happened this week at NASA? 'Human computers,' the African American women who made the complex mathematical calculations that led to human spaceflight, were honored, our Cassini spacecraft began ring-grazing and more. Watch: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Yum, space lettuce. For tonight's dinner, astronaut and 'space gardener' Shane Kimbrough cut some of the "Outredgeous" Red Romaine lettuce leaves today aboard the International Space Station. The farther and longer humans go away from Earth, the greater the need to be able to grow plants for food. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Glimmering in the blackness of space is this delicate blue group of stars, which is actually an irregular galaxy located some 30 million light-years away. Learn more: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
The sky over Antarctica glowed electric blue due to the start of noctilucent, or night-shining, cloud season in the Southern Hemisphere, and our AIM mission was there to see it. Noctilucent clouds are Earth’s highest clouds, sandwiched between Earth and space 50 miles above the ground. Learn more: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
This week was a jam-packed one for the International Space Station crew, who performed more than 70 hours of science experiments. Station Commander Shane Kimbrough performed physics experiments important to clinical diagnostics on Earth, while the ESA - European Space Agency's Thomas Pesquet researched the effects of microgravity on the muscular system. Learn more about the Station's...
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What’s visible in the night sky this month? See Mercury, Venus and Mars all month long, plus a New Year’s Eve comet. With some luck, you may catch some meteor showers too! Watch for more: [ Youtu.be Link ]
Meet Janelle Monae…she plays the real life NASA Engineer Mary Jackson in the upcoming film Hidden Figures. This movie highlights three African American women who contributed to America winning the space race in the 1960s. Watch: [ Youtu.be Link ]
The Russian space agency confirms that their cargo resupply spacecraft bound for the International Space Station has been lost. Both the Russian and U.S. segments of the station continue to operate normally with onboard supplies at good levels. More: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
We welcome you to our 'Modern Figures' website, which is dedicated to human computers like Katherine Johnson, who was critical in the advancement of spaceflights. She is portrayed in the upcoming film Hidden Figures. Visit and learn more: [ Nasa.gov Link ]
Pluto’s icy heart. How did it form? Is there a subsurface ocean? New research on the frozen heart-shaped feature, first spotted by our New Horizons spacecraft in 2015, probes the mystery. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Observations by our IRIS solar observatory spacecraft suggest that "heat bombs" are going off in the sun's outer atmosphere, helping to explain why the solar corona is so mysteriously hot. Video: [ Youtu.be Link ]
Tune in this morning to watch the 9:51 a.m. EST Russian cargo launch to the International Space Station. This spacecraft will carry more than 2.6 tons of food, fuel and supplies to the crew living on orbit. Coverage begins at 9:30 a.m. EST: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
What is it like to be an astronaut training to fly to the International Space Station? Find out today on our Snapchat! Add NASA: [ Snapchat.com Link ]
When you can't be there yourself, send a a robot in your place. Artificial intelligence designed for submersibles will help track signs of life below the waves. Doing so won’t just benefit our understanding of Earth’s marine environments; this artificial intelligence will someday be used to explore the icy oceans believed to exist on moons like Europa. Learn more: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Join NASA astronaut Jack Fischer who is preparing to launch to the International Space Station in March. Ask your questions below!
Tune in today at 2 p.m. EST to watch astronaut Jack Fischer and cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, who are targeted to launch to the International Space Station in March, talk about their upcoming mission. Learn more: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]

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What’s it like to get super close to Saturn’s rings? Our Cassini spacecraft is about to find out! Today, Cassini will begin a set of ring-grazing orbits where it will skim past the outside edge of Saturn’s main rings. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]