Every week is Engineers Week at NASA! Engineering in all of its disciplines was the focus of several special events attended by NASA and contractor workers at Kennedy Space Center to celebrate National Engineers Week, Feb. 21-24.

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Kennedy Space Center Participates in National Engineers Week

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Astronauts heading into orbit aboard Boeingโ€™s Starliner spacecraft will wear lighter and more comfortable spacesuits than earlier suits astronauts wore.

New Spacesuit Unveiled for Starliner Astronauts

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Rami Intriago took up mechanical engineering in college after interning with an aerosapce company. He quickly learned to value teamwork and partnerships and is applying that with NASA Commercial Crew Program. [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
The Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft continues to undergo processing in the Space Station Processing Facility ahead of its CRS-7 mission. Scheduled to launch on March 19, 2017, Cygnus will deliver thousands of pounds of supplies, equipment and scientific research materials to the space station.
Traveling about 250 miles over the south Pacific, the unpiloted ISS Progress 66 Russian cargo ship docked at 3:30 a.m. EST this morning to the Pirs Docking Compartment of the International Space Station.
Hubble and NASA Goddard are hosting a Facebook LIVE event at 11:30am EST on yesterdayโ€™s exoplanet discoveries.
The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft successfully docked with the Harmony module of the International Space Station at 8:12 a.m. EST this morning. The hatch between the newly arrived spacecraft and the Harmony module of the space station is scheduled to be opened this afternoon. The capsule will spend about four weeks attached to the station.

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Crystal Growth, Earth Science,Tech Demo Research Launching to ISS

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The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft waved off its planned rendezvous with the International Space Station at 3:25 a.m. EST. Onboard computers triggered the abort after recognizing an incorrect value in data about the location of the space station. Per the re-rendezvous plan built into every mission, the spacecraft automatically reset for another rendezvous and docking attempt in 24 hours.
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NASA Live

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You have until 11:59 p.m. EST tonight to apply to join us for our next #NASASocial at the launch of the CRS-7 resupply mission to the International Space Station! Don't miss this chance to experience three days full of tours and adventure at Kennedy Space Center, culminating in the launch of the mighty Atlas V rocket!

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Experience the Next Cargo Launch to the Space Station from Florida

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Tune in at 11:30 a.m. EST as mission experts de-brief on todayโ€™s successful cargo launch to the International Space Station: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] Have a question? Use #askNASA
We are about 40 minutes away from launch of the Falcon 9 rocket carrying the CRS-10 mission here at Kennedy Space Center. T-zero is scheduled for 9:39am EST. Tune in to watch live at
Launch teams are on-station this morning for SpaceX #CRS10 launch at 9:39 a.m. to International Space Station. Follow the progress on the NASA Launch Blog at [ Go.nasa.gov Link ] and tune to @NASATV starting at 8:45 a.m. at [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Ever wanted to attend a #NASASocial and experience a launch in person? Now is your chance to apply to attend the next resupply mission to the International Space Station! The CRS-7 mission is scheduled for NET March 19th. If you have a passion for sharing space content on social media, don't miss this chance to be a part of something incredible!

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Experience the Next Cargo Launch to the Space Station from Florida

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The launch may have been scrubbed for today, but our #NASASocial group got the next best thing -they were given Zinnia seeds that were actually flown on board the International Space Station! They are left over from an experiment that involved growing a Zinnia flower in space. Needless to say, everyone was pretty excited.
In the Veggie Lab, Dr. Gioia Massa shows off analogs for future plant experiments on board the International Space Station to our #NASASocial group.
Less than an hour till launch of the Falcon 9 rocket carrying the CRS-10 mission! Our #NASASocial is in place here at the Kennedy Space Center Press Site, three and a half miles away from Launch Pad 39-A.

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