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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 04:17)

Potato-looking Martian moon Phobos may hold clues to Mars’ ancient past in its soil, new research shows: https://t.co/ye6YoGHGKy https://t.co/NfHnq40Is4

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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 11:57)

What's up in the sky this February? Find Mars all month after sunset, especially the night of our @NASAPersevere rover's landing, Feb. 18. Then watch the Moon glide across the Winter Circle before it visits constellation Gemini. When & where to look up: https://t.co/h5orEC64wC https://t.co/CSquuMCbup

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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 01:34)

Every year we observe our Day of Remembrance, but every day #NASARemembers the crews and colleagues who lost their lives advancing the frontiers of human exploration. 💫 Ad astra: https://t.co/5t2YttmdUw

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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 01:24)

Gemini captured the highest resolution images of Jupiter from Earth.

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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 01:26)

FAA states they’ve approved SpaceX’s Starship SN9 launch attempt, and explains why they held up earlier attempts

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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 05:45)

New cover photo just dropped. @NASAPersevere lands on Mars on Feb. 18, and on board is a microchip carrying the names of 11 million Earthlings. Is yours one of them? #CountdownToMars with us: https://t.co/iyzJ7KqCuQ https://t.co/iRaLyvlsOY

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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 09:32)

🔋 🔋 Changing batteries may be a simple task on Earth, but imagine changing one while orbiting at 17,500 miles per hour. Learn more about power upgrades completed aboard the @Space_Station over a series of 14 spacewalks: https://t.co/yHRnBW2RsT #SpaceStation20th https://t.co/M4hbYGE90M

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12 months ago

(Feb 02, 2021 03:03)

This cosmic dust holds the ingredients for starbirth. ✨ The dark knots of gas and dust in this #HubbleClassic image are Bok globules, which are concentrations of elements that are responsible for star creation, though not all globules will form stars: https://t.co/6Pcb58NdAe https://t.co/9RcIMWuzyo

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