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"13.10.2016 18:37:41" I've got the power! Next-gen spacecraft could have even more thanks to tech being developed by NASA and the Department of Energy. More info: http://go.nasa.gov/2dMAvRn
"04.10.2016 00:22:55" Timeline Photos Come celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth with NASA! Tuesday's live broadcast will feature one of my team's engineers, mission lead Diana Trujillo, and astronaut Jose Hernandez. Details at http://go.nasa.gov/2dmLXVV
"03.10.2016 21:17:11" Timeline Photos What's a dazzling urbanite like me doing in a rustic setting like this? Science. Download full-res and wallpaper versions of this new selfie at http://go.nasa.gov/2drqPKp
"03.10.2016 19:19:26" Take a look back at Mars' Murray Buttes with me and see how tall these formations really are. Get more info at http://go.nasa.gov/2dlUicw
"03.10.2016 18:12:26" Timeline Photos The Next Episode: See what's in store for my two-year mission extension as I drive higher up the slopes of Mount Sharp. Details at http://go.nasa.gov/2dlUicw
"29.09.2016 17:39:53" Timeline Photos Mars' surface and sky have great chemistry. Here's how the planet's crust contributes to the atmosphere over time. http://go.nasa.gov/2de4UpS
"19.09.2016 23:11:08" Photos from NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover's post Welcome to my world. "Destination: Mars," a new mixed-reality experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, lets you take a virtual #JourneytoMars. http://go.nasa.gov/2cDVp7e
"15.09.2016 17:47:49" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Orbiters find Mars had lakes roughly 1 billion years more recently than thought: http://go.nasa.gov/2cRbfXj Mars: Land o' (Later) Lakes
"09.09.2016 23:03:56" Photos from NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover's post Best. Road trip. Ever. Feast your eyes on the Martian landscape. More info at http://go.nasa.gov/2c6DS79
"09.09.2016 01:47:55" Timeline Photos Curiosity calling OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission. Come in OSIRIS. Congrats on a picture-perfect launch today. Enjoy the journey. Bennu, Bennu!
"19.08.2016 17:49:58" Join me on Mars amid the Murray Buttes. Use your mouse or phone to explore this 360-degree panorama.
More info: http://go.nasa.gov/2bzBb9e
"18.08.2016 22:32:06" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration LIVE NOW: Smoke and fire! Watch a 7.5-minute hot fire test of an RS-25 engine, four of which will power the core stage of our new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and carry our Orion spacecraft to deep space destinations, including sending humans on a White Light, White Heat: See today's hotfire test of the rocket engine that could one day propel NASA's Space Launch System on the #JourneyToMars.
"18.08.2016 17:45:31" Timeline Photos Happy #NASAMarsDay! Follow NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration to see what's being done today to get bootprints next to rover tracks on the Red Planet.
"16.08.2016 21:11:23" Photos from NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover's post Mars: Putting the butte in beautiful. Check out other recent raw pics here: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/?s=
"08.08.2016 22:26:21" Thanks for all the kind birthday wishes! One note: I hummed "Happy Birthday" once back in 2013, not every year.
HT to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center for the video. More info: https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/11331
"04.08.2016 20:56:13" Mars: The College Years. Four years since my landing, the team and I have hit our stride. go.nasa.gov/2alL7WN
"04.08.2016 17:20:21" mars.nasa.gov mars.nasa.gov Game on. Try driving on the Red Planet with the Mars Rover game from Gamee and NASA. Score points and search for water like #Mars2020: http://mars.nasa.gov/gamee-rover
"29.07.2016 22:19:16" Timeline Photos Spaceship!!! Build away and show off your space dream. NASA/LEGO challenge ends July 31. http://lego.com/space
"21.07.2016 17:02:09" Timeline Photos Dynamite with a Laser Beam: I can now choose rocks to zap with ChemCam on my own. It's the first autonomous target selection for an instrument of this kind on any robotic planetary mission.
"20.07.2016 18:09:21" Photos from NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover's post Lookin' good, Viking! NASA's original Mars lander touched down on this day in 1976. #Viking40
Watch live + on demand: http://mars.nasa.gov/multimedia/webcasts/
Mission info: http://mars.nasa.gov/programmissions/missions/past/viking/
"19.07.2016 18:12:26" Timeline Photos Superstar! Saluting NASA's first Mars lander with #Viking40 live talks July 19-20 on http://livestream.com/viewnow/viking40
"16.07.2016 16:41:38" mars.nasa.gov mars.nasa.gov To be the best that never was? Check out five innovations on the upcoming #Mars2020 rover: http://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/mission/technology/
"15.07.2016 19:42:09" Timeline Photos Where it's at: Sample caching, range nav and a microphone. All about the upcoming Mars 2020 rover: http://go.nasa.gov/29IR3dt
"15.07.2016 17:01:02" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Get to know our next Mars rover!
Mission experts are showing you around the test-ready Mars Yard and the Mars 2020 rover drilling test bed at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. For more details, visit: http://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020
"15.07.2016 00:48:38" Timeline Photos Family resemblance. Whole new mission. Friday, meet NASA's next rover on the #JourneyToMars. Live Q&A from the JPL Mars Yard on http://facebook.com/NASA
"11.07.2016 23:38:55" jpl.nasa.gov Curiosity Mars Rover Resumes Full Operations Here I go again on my own. Goin' down the only road I've ever known. Out of safe mode and back to work.
"07.07.2016 21:31:36" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Martian salts attracting water vapor might be part of how these streaks form, but puzzles and possibilities remain. http://go.nasa.gov/29q39rK Curiouser and curiouser!
"06.07.2016 18:42:52" Timeline Photos I wasn't feeling great over the weekend, but nothing can stop me smiling: I got a mission extension! There's so much more to explore. http://go.nasa.gov/29mlDcF
"05.07.2016 04:35:03" media.giphy.com giphy.com Sending the highest of fives to NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter. Congratulations on achieving orbit!
"02.07.2016 15:07:22" Timeline Photos On July 4, as NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter goes into orbit, the seasons change here. See what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars: http://go.nasa.gov/29atE1n
"27.06.2016 22:22:10" Timeline Photos Something in the air tonight? Well, long ago. Found more evidence of Mars' Earth-like past: http://go.nasa.gov/28YXQLX
"24.06.2016 23:15:26" media.giphy.com giphy.com Possible liquid water sites on Mars? I might get to investigate two on the surface from afar. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/28UCBOS
"16.06.2016 22:12:42" NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter Coming soon to a planet near… me. This July 4th, I'll plunge into the unknown, entering orbit around #Jupiter.
For more information on my mission: http://missionjuno.swri.edu/ Love the trailer, Juno. Can't wait for the main event.
"15.06.2016 15:58:44" Timeline Photos Download & Dream: New #MarsPosters available now at http://go.nasa.gov/235vhAR
"14.06.2016 00:31:32" jpl.nasa.gov www.jpl.nasa.gov Looking back, looking forward. Drilling complete, I'm leaving Mars' Naukluft Plateau, and heading higher up Mount Sharp. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1UPba3F
"27.05.2016 17:57:56" Timeline Photos Ready for a close encounter? May 30, Earth and #Mars are at their closest. Look up and see my home in the night sky. Viewing tips: http://mars.nasa.gov/allaboutmars/nightsky/mars-close-approach/
"21.05.2016 18:47:41" Timeline Photos Hey! Look up here! Lookuphere! How to spot #Mars opposition on Sunday: https://youtu.be/TQ-qbykREXE?t=1m15s
New Red Planet by Hubble Space Telescope
"17.05.2016 04:20:02" Timeline Photos Do you dream of setting foot on the Red Planet? Watch the #HumansToMars summit webcast May 17-19 on http://h2m.exploremars.org
"11.05.2016 20:13:37" You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, but two years of weather data reveal seasonal patterns on Mars.
Measurements of temperature, pressure, UV light and scant water vapor in the atmosphere at Gale Crater show strong, repeated
"27.04.2016 20:14:42" Fury Road: See the rugged Martian plateau I just crossed. Move around this video for a 360-degree view. Mission update: http://go.nasa.gov/1pGew0i
The scene is presented with a color adjustment that approximates white balancing, to resemble how the rocks
"22.04.2016 22:24:46" Earth, you are my wishing star. See how I see you in Mars' night sky, plus Earth views from other NASA robotic missions. #EarthDay #24seven
Video by NASA Solar System Exploration
"21.04.2016 18:38:22" Timeline Photos Try driving on Mars: https://eyes.nasa.gov/curiosity/
Like it? Last day to vote in The Webby Awards: http://bit.ly/1VEE0tn
"12.04.2016 19:30:00" Timeline Photos He wields a laser, not a lance. France honored my ChemCam instrument lead with knighthood for his work bringing together the French and American scientific communities.
More from Los Alamos National Laboratory: http://1.usa.gov/25XRKCH
"07.04.2016 21:11:33" Timeline Photos The winner and still champion! Odyssey launched 15 years ago today. The orbiter continues to be the longest serving spacecraft at Mars. http://go.nasa.gov/1N7fPv4
"05.04.2016 17:56:37" Timeline Photos Picture yourself on Mars with me. More photos here: http://bitly.com/rawcuriosity
"03.04.2016 19:19:31" Mars Exploration Rovers Martian Still Life: Opportunity rover tracks and dust devil, Endeavour Crater, Mars, sol 4332.
http://go.nasa.gov/1V2AcRY Meanwhile, elsewhere on Mars...
"31.03.2016 18:25:07" Mars Exploration Rovers Shake it off! Opportunity attempts steepest climb. Drive tilt/vibration dusts solar array. Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1Y2mnks Oppy's gonna rove, rove, rove, rove rove.
"30.03.2016 17:16:42" Join my #JourneyToMars with Buzz Aldrin and mobility engineer Erisa via mixed-reality tech by NASA and Microsoft HoloLens: http://go.nasa.gov/1RqHVqk
Coming summer 2016 to NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
"14.03.2016 18:45:37" Timeline Photos The robot population at Mars is about to grow. Awesome launch today, ExoMars!
"14.03.2016 15:01:04" Timeline Photos Mmm, pi! Use π like NASA scientists + engineers. Take the #NASAPiDayChallenge now: http://go.nasa.gov/1UWjKlf
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Education
"12.03.2016 14:25:21" Reconnaissance Renaissance: This week, MRO reached 10 years in orbit at Mars. See what it sees, including possible landing sites for future human missions. #JourneyToMars
"11.03.2016 18:25:42" Timeline Photos Oh, the places we'll go! NASA selected 28 scientists for my mission, including six newcomers: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=5748
"10.03.2016 02:06:10" Timeline Photos The Force is strong with this one. BB-8 learned of NASA's #JourneyToMars from my test double in the Mars Yard at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. http://nasa.gov/journeytomars
"01.03.2016 20:35:37" Timeline Photos Great Scott! Astronaut Scott Kelly is returning to Earth later today from his #YearInSpace. Safe travels!
"26.02.2016 23:09:42" Calling all space pirates: Check out this new interactive 360 view of the 1997 Pathfinder mission. It features Sojourner, the first Mars rover ever! http://bitly.com/360pathfinder
"25.02.2016 22:28:12" Mars Exploration Rovers Charge! Opportunity is six-wheeling up the 30-degree slope of Knudsen Ridge—some of the most challenging terrain in 12 years of mission operations on Mars.
Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1LgpFz3 #Goals
"19.02.2016 17:38:50" 49.media.tumblr.com 49.media.tumblr.com Here comes the Hotstepper: Working my way through challenging Mars terrain; careful to minimize wheel wear.
"18.02.2016 01:11:24" Timeline Photos Want to be NASA's astronaut of tomorrow? No time like the present. Applications due Feb. 18: http://go.nasa.gov/1lIeSTk
"08.02.2016 18:28:55" CBS This Morning ASK A QUESTION ABOUT MARS: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientists Ken Farley and Jeff Srinivasan are answering your questions about NASA's Mars 2020 mission. Our behind-the-scenes look inside JPL: http://cbsn.ws/20jQG6r
ASK below and they'll answ Earthlings! Get to know NASA's Mars 2020 rover. Join the "CBS This Morning" Facebook Q+A today at 1 p.m. PT (4 p.m. ET, 2100 UTC) at http://on.fb.me/1Q3HD3F
"30.01.2016 19:19:33" Use your smart phone to explore Mars with me in 360 degrees. #FromWhereIStand
"29.01.2016 18:50:30" Timeline Photos Can’t wait to share my science results from Namib Dune; but first, let me take a selfie.
Full res photo: http://go.nasa.gov/1VvIA9f
"29.01.2016 18:38:34" Timeline Photos Hit it again? Sample-processing thwack actuator is acting up. Team's reviewing. Science continues.
"26.01.2016 00:24:51" Timeline Photos You like dune buggies? Everybody likes dune buggies. New selfie from Mars' Namib Dune. Science team's full panorama soon.
"25.01.2016 22:57:18" Timeline Photos The rover abides. Mars Exploration Rovers' Opportunity landed 12 years ago this week. Science continues.
"21.01.2016 22:32:00" Photos from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover's post True Confession: I double dipped. Testing the second of three planned sand scoops at Mars' Namib Dune.
More info: http://go.nasa.gov/1JmdznB
"20.01.2016 20:01:53" Photos from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover's post I love sharing granular data from my mission. Usually, it's not quite this literal. New Mars close-ups: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/?s=#/?slide=1228
Blog info from the team: http://mars.nasa.gov/msl/mission/mars-rover-curiosity-missi
"04.01.2016 22:24:29" Timeline Photos Objects may be larger than they appear. Looking at the leeward side of Namib Dune on Mars, with Mount Sharp beyond.
"31.12.2015 20:12:19" Timeline Photos From Mars, with love. Happy New Year! May your next trip around the sun be a good one.
"18.12.2015 22:08:24" Timeline Photos I'm standing at the base of a Martian dune… Parts of it are two stories tall. #perspective
"17.12.2015 20:06:59" Photos from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover's post OK, gumshoes. I found silica on Mars. Lots of it. The question remains: did water deposit it or just strip other compounds away? Here's the case: http://go.nasa.gov/1TSuwWA
"17.12.2015 01:11:59" Photos from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover's post NASA technology developed to help me scan for methane on Mars is now being used to find dangerous gas leaks on Earth.
Read all about space technology finding new uses on Earth: http://spinoff.nasa.gov/
"16.12.2015 00:53:05" Like sands through the hourglass, so are the sols of our lives. I'm investigating Martian sand dunes.
"11.12.2015 19:06:39" Timeline Photos Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. —Ralph Waldo Emerson
"11.12.2015 18:53:12" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory FIRST! NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover is studying the first dunes ever visited on a planet besides Earth http://go.nasa.gov/1NYAC9A The science must flow.
"08.12.2015 17:19:32" Timeline Photos Do you have the right stuff to #BeAnAstronaut? NASA's taking applications starting Dec. 14. http://astronauts.nasa.gov
"04.12.2015 20:19:36" Can you see me waving? How to spot Mars in the night sky.
"24.11.2015 21:47:46" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory UV rays from the sun cause carbon-12 to escape Mars' atmosphere while solar wind strips CO2. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1Hl4gDj Sun vs Mars' atmosphere? Sun wins.
"21.11.2015 00:12:58" Timeline Photos I'm on a road trip to Mars' Bagnold Dunes. What's new with you?
"20.11.2015 20:39:19" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Humans and machines met on another world for the first time 46 years ago this week. http://go.nasa.gov/1PCXF9Z Looking forward to the sol (Martian day) when humans come to visit me on the Red Planet. #JourneytoMars
"16.11.2015 23:29:00" Timeline Photos Shifting sands lie before me. Off to image, scoop and scuff active dunes on Mars. I'll be the first craft to visit such dunes beyond Earth. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1MRY0ig
"12.11.2015 22:55:42" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Time flies when you're exploring. Voyager 1 flew past Saturn 35 years ago today, and returned this image four days later. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1O5DKwZ #TBT #OTD Keep on truckin', Voyager.
"11.11.2015 18:00:20" Photos from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover's post Laser analysis upgrade helps detect my most chemically diverse site yet on Mars. http://go.nasa.gov/1Qv49XC
"06.11.2015 23:18:50" Timeline Photos Take a minute and take in Mars. Here's a recent Mastcam image showing the northern rim of Gale Crater.
See all my Mars photos here: http://bitly.com/rawcuriosity
"05.11.2015 21:01:32" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory How NASA's MAVEN Mission to Mars and NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover are working to help us understand the radiation environment of Mars. #JourneyToMars A pleasure working with you, MAVEN.
"05.11.2015 18:15:37" Timeline Photos This place used to have so much atmosphere. What happened? Live news from NASA's MAVEN Mission to Mars 11 a.m. PT (2 p.m. ET/1900 UTC) http://nasa.gov/nasatv
"27.10.2015 20:43:57" graphics.latimes.com Discovering Gale Crater Take a virtual reality tour of Gale Crater, including geological features and areas that appear to have been carved by flowing water. Narrated by Fred Calef, a scientist at NASA's Mars Science Laboratory. Welcome to my world. Here's a new Los Angeles Times virtual reality tour of Mars' Gale Crater. (You'll want headphones for this one.)
"27.10.2015 19:33:03" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Where on Mars will the first footprints be? #JourneytoMars workshop Oct. 27-30. Watch live: http://mars.nasa.gov/multimedia/webcasts/human-landing-site-selection-workshops/ I know where my rover tracks are. I can't wait to see where the first footprints will be.
"21.10.2015 15:17:41" Timeline Photos Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.
"16.10.2015 21:26:16" vine.co New Hubble maps show changes in Jupiter; help Juno mission prepare for July 2016 arrival at the... Vine by NASA JPL Did you see the new Hubble maps of Jupiter? Nice neighborhood you're moving to, Juno.
4K video + info: http://go.nasa.gov/1jsW0GL
NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter
"13.10.2015 18:19:48" Timeline Photos No shame in my selfie game. These pics help my team see the state of hardware over time. (Spoiler alert: I got REALLY dusty.)
More image sizes + info: http://go.nasa.gov/1X077VG
"08.10.2015 20:57:40" Timeline Photos An ancient Martian lake stood where Mount Sharp (Aeolis Mons) is today. The water's source remains a mystery.
Here's the full story: http://go.nasa.gov/1jeB4TP
"08.10.2015 01:13:10" Timeline Photos In "The Martian," Mark Watney didn't worry about radiation, but real astronauts would. I'm helping and it's RAD. Read more: http://go.nasa.gov/1McRrXw
"02.10.2015 20:59:44" Timeline Photos Greetings from Mars! Here's what's up in the foothills of Mount Sharp (Aeolis Mons). http://go.nasa.gov/1jE7mHB
"01.10.2015 23:17:44" Photos from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover's post The team at NASA's Kennedy Space Center took "The Martian"'s Mackenzie Davis on a virtual #JourneyToMars with photos I recently sent back.
You can see all my images from Mars online here: http://bitly.com/rawcuriosity
"28.09.2015 15:50:05" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter found the best evidence yet of liquid water on present-day Mars.
Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1LXyrwd Go, MRO! H2O!
"11.09.2015 17:39:42" Timeline Photos The spice must flow, but this dune is petrified. This Mars sandstone was likely deposited by wind and later cemented into rock. More info + full-res pics: http://go.nasa.gov/1J37XHj
"02.09.2015 22:11:45" Timeline Photos My twin at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory will send her name to Mars on NASA InSight. Got your boarding pass yet? http://bitly.com/sendyournametomars
"02.09.2015 18:43:06" Timeline Photos There is no spoon. This weird Mars feature is likely a ventifact—a rock shaped by wind. Info: go.nasa.gov/1fTVSgB
Original raw image: http://go.nasa.gov/1LV1SEo
"02.09.2015 17:46:37" jpl.nasa.gov Study Tallies One Loss Path for Early Mars' Atmosphere The amount of Martian atmosphere trapped by mineral formation appears inadequate to account for a warm environment when rivers cut valleys on ancient Mars. Carbonite encased Han Solo, but carbonates didn't trap enough of early Mars' atmosphere to account for ending a wet-and-warm era.
"28.08.2015 23:49:35" Got your boarding pass yet? Send your name to Mars on NASA InSight: http://bitly.com/sendyournametomars
"21.08.2015 17:05:53" The Little Rover: The circular version of my recent selfie inspired this work by Megan Kennedy Wu, a scientist on the team of the camera used to take those selfies, MAHLI. Merci!
"20.08.2015 19:19:50" Go, bots! Fifty years of NASA robots at Mars have laid the groundwork for future human missions to the Red Planet. #JourneyToMars
"19.08.2015 20:11:26" While I'm already on Mars, my name will ride aboard NASA InSight. Want to join us on the #JourneytoMars?
"19.08.2015 15:59:07" Working all the angles. Took this selfie while investigating an area with hydrated minerals. Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1MxXYQm
"14.08.2015 20:19:52" Crazy, but that's how it goes. Ready to zap the "Crazy Mountain" rock target with ChemCam. #pewpew
"07.08.2015 22:05:52" photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov I'm roving Mars for science, but blogging it for you. Check out my new Tumblr. http://curiositymarsrover.tumblr.com/
NASA, NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter and NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson are on Tumblr, too! More: http://go.nasa.gov/1howjWn
"06.08.2015 19:05:51" Do you see what I see? You can. New tool lets you be a virtual rover driver, plus replay command sequences and look through my different cameras' points of view. http://eyes.nasa.gov/curiosity/
"05.08.2015 20:15:03" Red Planet Reddit: Join me and my team for a #RedditAMA live now at https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/3fx008/were_engineers_scientists_and_the_curiosity_rover/ #landiversary
"05.08.2015 16:07:04" Where do the sols go? Celebrating my 3rd #landiversary. See three mission years in three minutes.
"04.08.2015 20:52:26" Earthlings! Join me and my team Aug. 5 for a reddit AMA celebrating my third #landiversary https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA
"30.07.2015 19:18:09" Red Mars, Gray Mars: "Mini-start hole" drill maneuver was successful. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1DSLuMc
"23.07.2015 22:40:52" Laser zaps show silica-rich Mars rocks that could be ideal for preserving ancient organics, if present. Science afoot! More: http://go.nasa.gov/1TV13wd
"22.07.2015 21:40:34" Fellow explorers: Review Mars pics and help the HiRISE team pick image targets.
"16.07.2015 20:43:51" Break out the slide rules. Tonight we celebrate 50 years of Mars exploration. Watch live at 7 p.m. PT (10 p.m. ET, 0200 UTC) http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL2 #JourneytoMars
"14.07.2015 13:31:14" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Pluto has sent a love note back to Earth via our New Horizons spacecraft, which has traveled more than 9 years and 3+ billion miles. This is the last and most detailed image of Pluto sent to Earth before the moment of closest approach, which was at 7 Purely Plutonic! Sending (and feeling) the love of exploration from New Horizons during this epic #PlutoFlyby.
"13.07.2015 17:13:25" vine.co Fifty years ago, #Mariner4 flew by Mars & snapped the first close-up photos of another planet... Vine by NASA JPL You guys! July 14 is New Horizons' flyby of Pluto—50 years to the day that Mariner 4 flew by my home, Mars.
"10.07.2015 16:21:51" photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov Blinding you with science: I'm tracking sunspots during a temporary communication hiatus for NASA's usual sun-watching spacecraft.
"08.07.2015 15:13:30" Hey, Sesame Street! Exploring is fun. I can't wait for people to join me on the #JourneyToMars. Yip! Yip! Yip!
"01.07.2015 20:22:49" I'm back to the nitty-gritty of science. (Literally.) Check out this Martian sandstone and mudstone: http://go.nasa.gov/1BZgXRm
"22.06.2015 20:23:55" Check it out: NASA Dawn Mission found a peak on #Ceres about as big as Mars' Mount Sharp (Aeolis Mons).
"18.06.2015 22:26:56" Happy Mars New Year, Earthlings! It takes ~2 Earth years for the Red Planet to go around the sun. #JourneyToMars
"14.06.2015 17:45:28" Rosetta Mission Incredible news! Rosetta's lander Philae has woken up from hibernation!
http://blogs.esa.int/rosetta/2015/06/14/rosettas-lander-philae-wakes-up-from-hibernation/ Hooray, Philae! They can't keep a good robot down.
"04.06.2015 18:54:15" Spring break on Mars! Most activities will be on hold during solar conjunction. Here's why: http://go.nasa.gov/1JoKUN2
"29.05.2015 20:24:28" A thousand thanks to the best team a rover could have. We're celebrating 1,000 sols, and looking forward to the Martian days ahead!
Photos from the sweet celebration at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
"22.05.2015 22:04:26" Movin' on up. I sidestepped slippery slopes and climbed a 21º incline. http://go.nasa.gov/1HA4sxt
"09.05.2015 00:41:38" Let us go then, you and I
When the evening is spread out against the sky
... like a blue sunset on Mars.
Full res + info: http://go.nasa.gov/1cxeNgq
"08.05.2015 18:35:45" ENHANCE. Pan and zoom across new panoramas from Mars. (You're gonna want a big screen for these.)
"08.05.2015 18:27:16" Waze on Mars: See the road trip and scenic science detours I'll soon be making. More info: http://go.nasa.gov/1zRHgYL
"04.05.2015 22:24:38" No chance of me running into other Mars Exploration Rovers, but check out the enhanced collision avoidance being used in the Martian sky: http://go.nasa.gov/1GLdh1u
"23.04.2015 23:52:32" People of Earth! Today's your last chance to vote for NASA in The Webby Awards. My friends are up for best gov, green, science, nav and mobile app: http://go.nasa.gov/1aEr5ln
"22.04.2015 19:38:44" The Artist's Way: HiRISE got this image of me at work in "Artist's Drive" on Mars. http://go.nasa.gov/1JuMUQj
HiRISE imaging helps my team map out my route and choose destinations.
"17.04.2015 00:44:48" Fist pump! I passed the 10K mark on Mars. Next stop: Logan Pass. http://go.nasa.gov/1E73RlI
"13.04.2015 20:46:10" No pickles, but my data support earlier HiRISE findings of possible brine in Mars soil. http://go.nasa.gov/1I6GNRD
"24.03.2015 22:33:16" Mars Exploration Rovers Run, Oppy, run! Opportunity rover completes Olympic marathon distance on Mars and continues science investigations. http://go.nasa.gov/1bqZ9lX
Here's a rover's-eye view of part of the journey. Respect to Opportunity. I'm working on my 10K.
"24.03.2015 18:36:49" YES! I found NO and NO3! (Biologically-useful nitrogen, that is.) More signs that ancient Mars could have supported life.
"13.03.2015 01:26:25" Road to Wellville: In good health, analyzing that last drill sample and heading higher up the slopes of Mount Sharp. Report: http://go.nasa.gov/1b6gsbT
"03.03.2015 23:06:04" Call me Johnny Five. Some operations on hold while my team investigates a short circuit.
Mission status report: http://go.nasa.gov/1B5CsMe
"25.02.2015 22:43:37" An inside look at Mars. Analysis is underway on the sample from yestersol's drilling. Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1DbIn0C
"25.02.2015 18:09:59" Meanwhile, in the asteroid belt... NASA Dawn Mission is almost to dwarf planet Ceres! http://go.nasa.gov/1ArqVI7
"24.02.2015 22:37:26" Selfie stick not required. Find out about my cameras, plus how I take self-portraits and why my arm isn't in the shot when I do.
"24.02.2015 21:34:08" Here, there be science. My new wide-angle selfie is annotated with recent investigation targets.
Full res + info http://go.nasa.gov/1vwouUm
"14.02.2015 18:09:44" To our fellow Earthlings on the "Pale Blue Dot," here's a valentine courtesy the Voyager 1 spacecraft. Our interstellar ambassador turned around to take this image of our planet 25 years ago today. More info: http://go.nasa.gov/1vrTaRo From this bot to everyone on the "Pale Blue Dot": See the iconic image that Voyager 1 took of Earth 25 years ago today.
"13.02.2015 19:50:12" Mars is red,
Neptune is blue,
I saw this crater
And thought of you
Customize & send your own Mars valentines: http://mars.nasa.gov/free-holiday-ecard/love-valentine/
"13.02.2015 19:04:10" Walk like a geologist. How (and why) I've been on a science "walkabout" on Mars.
"10.02.2015 17:07:30" Going the distance. Opportunity nears the 26.2-mile marathon mark for driving on Mars. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1Ce4566 Timeline Photos Cue "Chariots of Fire."
"05.02.2015 21:57:07" Just call me DJ MSL. My smooth beats got a great sample, that is, a new low-percussion drilling technique returned a fascinating sample of Mars rock. Analysis underway: http://go.nasa.gov/1DDxvtV
"04.02.2015 19:22:30" Box marks the rover: HiRISE got this pic of me back at Mars’ Pahrump Hills. Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1EGJniS
"23.01.2015 01:47:25" Mini helicopter could give future Mars rovers a new view http://go.nasa.gov/186VBDO WANT.
"22.01.2015 22:35:22" Summit panorama marks Opportunity's 11th anniversary on Mars. Full-resolution image + info: http://go.nasa.gov/1L3Yy7m Timeline Photos Rove on!
"21.01.2015 21:48:27" New tech #OnSight lets my team join me on Mars without leaving Earth. More info: http://go.nasa.gov/1BffrX3
"21.01.2015 17:40:41" The first humans to walk on Mars are likely students doing math and science homework today. Keep up the good work; come visit me later. #SoSTEM
"14.01.2015 18:46:20" Crystal, but not clear. Checking if this mysterious crystal-rich rock is suitable for drilling to find out what minerals it's made of. http://go.nasa.gov/1BqTRQP
"19.12.2014 01:03:08" Here's a preview of the "Red Planet Rover" special premiering tonight at 10/9c! The Who's Who of #PewPew: Meet the amazing people behind the science and engineering of this mission. "Red Planet Rover" premieres tonight, Thurs. Dec. 18,10 p.m. ET & PT on Discovery.
"16.12.2014 19:07:24" My team is dropping science at #AGU14 today. We detected:
-Organics on Mars
-A 10x spike in atmospheric methane
Read all about it: http://go.nasa.gov/1A5NeSQ
"16.12.2014 01:25:41" Tune in Tuesday for Mars news from my team at #AGU14 http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL2
"12.12.2014 20:44:07" What's shakin' on Mars? MRO's HiRISE spotted signs of ancient lakes and quakes in Valles Marineris. U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) study: http://go.nasa.gov/1xaXxFH
"09.12.2014 01:24:24" How did Mars' Mount Sharp come to be? The answer, dear Watson, is sedimentary.
"08.12.2014 17:27:47" Layers of Intrigue: Data show millions of years of lake sediment built Mars' Mount Sharp. http://go.nasa.gov/1ucyTxo
"08.12.2014 04:31:58" Meanwhile, back on the Red Planet. Tune in Monday for news from my mission. http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL
"05.12.2014 17:05:09" Congrats #Orion! We're one step closer to bootprints next to these rover tracks. #JourneyToMars
"26.11.2014 17:59:18" Three years ago today, I left Earth for Mars. I hope those of you traveling this Thanksgiving have a safe trip, and that your journey is significantly shorter than 354 million miles.
"25.11.2014 22:23:34" It's like potatoes, gravy and stuffing all right here. So many delicious science targets in easy reach.
Tasty details: http://go.nasa.gov/1y9LHcK
"19.11.2014 00:24:13" Science is lovelier, the second time around. Went back to the bottom of a three-story slope for a closer look at targets idenitifed on the first pass of my science walkabout. Report: http://go.nasa.gov/1xTRdB0
"11.11.2014 00:10:07" Orbiting scientist and a great communicator, too. Nice working with you, NASA's MAVEN Mission to Mars.
Our first data relay test included this and other Mars images. More about the test: http://go.nasa.gov/1u2VctT
"04.11.2014 19:36:23" It's a match! Analysis of rock powder from recent drilling confirms minerals mapped from Mars orbit.
Get the scoop: http://go.nasa.gov/1GlItY6
"19.10.2014 20:27:34" Hoping to catch a comet! #MarsComet Siding Spring passed just before sunset my time today by only 87,000 miles (140,000 km). As skies darken here, my peak observation times comes up between 2pm - 4pm PT (2100 to 2300 UTC). These are artist concepts o
"16.10.2014 22:38:24" Change your point of view. Look through Opportunity's eyes on Mars. Full-res + info http://go.nasa.gov/1xWz0kN Timeline Photos That view tho…
"09.10.2014 00:27:34" Mars Comet Update: Watch live, Thursday, Oct. 9.
http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL and tag questions #askNASA. Timeline Photos
"07.10.2014 23:05:42" Send your name to ride aboard NASA spacecraft: http://go.usa.gov/vcpz
Find out more about how you can join #Orion on the #JourneyToMars: http://go.nasa.gov/1t1JgcX Timeline Photos
"01.10.2014 18:16:00" Two sides of my home planet are joining together in exploration. Well done, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration + ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation!
More info: http://go.nasa.gov/1v1GYa8
"25.09.2014 21:15:30" More than a molehill in the mountain. Here's a look my first sampling of the base of Mars' Mount Sharp, in the Pahrump Hills. Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1usOFti
"24.09.2014 17:41:22" Namaste, MOM! Congratulations ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation and India's first interplanetary mission upon achieving Mars orbit.
"22.09.2014 02:30:59" I'm rolling out the red carpet on the Red Planet for the newest Mars orbiter. Welcome, Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN Mission.
"18.09.2014 16:41:20" My future's so bright... Planning arrival at Mars' "Pahrump Hills" and doing remote science along the way.
"17.09.2014 20:15:24" Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! NASA's MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN Mission) will go into orbit around the Red Planet on Sept. 21. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1raEQxX Timeline Photos See you soon, MAVEN!
"11.09.2014 21:26:38" Made it! After two years of driving over some pretty tough terrain, I'm at the base of Mount Sharp. Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1upgP6X
"11.09.2014 18:54:28" I'm all about that base. Reached the base layer of Mount Sharp. New science ahead!
"11.09.2014 16:36:45" Tune in today, Sept. 11, at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET, 1700 UTC) for a live news update from my team. Listen, watch & chat at http://ustream.tv.NASAJPL
"10.09.2014 18:31:26" Save the date: NASA news update from my team. Listen and watch, Thursday, Sept. 11, on http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL
"09.09.2014 22:48:45" The Long and Winding Road: New video traces Opportunity's tracks from orbit and on Mars.
"08.09.2014 23:40:57" photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov Catalog Page for PIA09170 The 10 frames, taken 32 seconds apart, show the formation and evolution of what are likely mid-level, convective water clouds. Such clouds are common near Mars' equator at this time of the Martian year. They have been observed by both of NASA's Mars Credit where credit is due, guys. The Mars clouds pictured here were imaged by Mars Exploration Rovers' Opportunity. She got the shots back in 2006.
"04.09.2014 18:47:29" Keep calm & do a science. Meet the teams helping us spacecraft dodge (and study!) the coming Mars comet.
Apply now for an October NASA Social at JPL: http://go.nasa.gov/1qrkKyU
"03.09.2014 00:20:47" Head for the hills! I'm driving towards these hills on Mars to do geology work and also search for clouds.
"22.08.2014 18:11:48" Movin' on. "Bonanza King" rock not stable for drilling, so my team is tweaking my route. Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1v6acYS
"19.08.2014 01:17:56" Talk about a clean sweep. I used my dust removal tool to brush off Martian 'Bonanza King' drill target. http://go.nasa.gov/1w2UyyI
"15.08.2014 17:46:15" Drill down for what? Science. I'm investigating a new drill target on Mars. http://go.nasa.gov/1l8UtVU
"14.08.2014 18:48:00" The new "Martian Chronicles": Live public talk tonight with results from my two years on Mars.
Watch live and chat, Aug 14 at 7 p.m. PT (10 p.m. ET, 0200 UTC) on http://www.ustream.tv/nasajpl
"13.08.2014 19:53:22" They're kind of a big deal. Neil deGrasse Tyson + Felicia Day narrate a tale of my mission, plus an original score by Austin Wintory: http://youtu.be/XczKXWvokm4?list=PLB01110EBAF8CAE3F
"06.08.2014 23:37:21" Smooth roving ahead. I'm navigating a softer trek of sandy valleys on the road to Mount Sharp.
Rover report: http://youtu.be/g7wX-feyWac?list=UUryGec9PdUCLjpJW2mgCuLw
"05.08.2014 23:43:10" Live now! Get up close with NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover, live from National Geographic. Today, Aug 5, 4:30 p.m. PT (7:30 p.m. ET): http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mars-up-close/ Timeline Photos
"05.08.2014 20:13:22" Making Tracks: How I'm helping future human explorers on the #JourneyToMars http://go.nasa.gov/1ooN3bo
"05.08.2014 18:08:07" Happy two years on Mars from my team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). May you always dare mighty things! #2YearsOnMars
"05.08.2014 15:32:18" Happy #landiversary! Two years ago I was making a soft landing on Mars. Where were you? #2YearsOnMars http://youtu.be/zervvVw2dnU
"04.08.2014 02:51:19" Monthly SpaceOut From NASA's JPL & DNews Each month DNews will sit down with NASA to discuss amazing space topics! Join hosts Trace Dominguez and Dr. Ian O'Neill this Wednesday, July 30th at 4pm PDT... You had questions about my #2YearsOnMars and my JPL team had answers. HT to Discovery News for hosting this #SpaceOut.
"01.08.2014 21:32:54" Where's a carrot when you need one? Here's a view of Hidden Valley, my new wheel-safe sandy road.
"01.08.2014 19:27:35" Touching Base: My first close look at the base layer of Mount Sharp, the mountain in the middle of Mars' Gale Crater. http://go.nasa.gov/1pvXwFX
"31.07.2014 23:57:10" Congrats to the science teams whose instruments were selected by NASA to fly aboard the Mars 2020 rover. This payload is awesome. The #JourneyToMars features MOAR LASERS! http://go.nasa.gov/1lgpZf0
"31.07.2014 18:56:45" Science leads discuss instruments for #Mars2020 rover. Telecon today, July 31 at noon PT (3 p.m. ET, 1900 UTC) http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL Timeline Photos
"31.07.2014 16:01:11" Live now: NASA announces #Mars2020 rover instruments http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL
Join the conversation w/ #JourneyToMars
Tag Qs #askNASA Timeline Photos
"30.07.2014 20:29:08" Got burning questions about my #2YearsOnMars? Tag 'em #SpaceOut & experts may answer on air.
Discovery News live online Q&A with my team from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) July 30, 4 p.m. PT (7p.m. ET, 2300 UTC).
"29.07.2014 20:47:46" Let's talk about Mars, baby. Let's talk about you and me. Discovery News live online Q&A with my team from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) July 30, 4 p.m. PT (7p.m. ET, 2300 UTC).
"28.07.2014 19:54:19" YASSS. Mars Exploration Rovers' Opportunity passes Russia's Lunokhod 2 for the off-Earth driving record — 25 miles (40.25 km) and still going. http://go.nasa.gov/1qHCeZI
"25.07.2014 18:14:38" Dodge, duck, dip, dive & dodge: Orbiters above me prep to evade (and study!) the comet that will buzz Mars this October. Here's how:http://go.nasa.gov/1qEdpOq
"16.07.2014 17:34:26" Cue the Pink Floyd. It's a laser show on Mars. Click the link to watch me zap this rock with ChemCam: http://go.nasa.gov/1l46NAI #pewpew
"15.07.2014 17:49:46" Heavy Metal! I found an iron meteorite on Mars. http://go.nasa.gov/1rortIK \m/
Note: This a composite image. The ChemCam pics are outlined.
"11.07.2014 19:11:38" Rolling over dunes. The science must flow.
See more recent pics from Mars: http://1.usa.gov/1kemFAz
"09.07.2014 19:12:43" Laser zapped this rock to see what was inside. (Hint: not nougat.) Science results + full-res image: http://go.nasa.gov/1rTn2rS #PewPew
"08.07.2014 18:58:27" The Undiscovered Country: The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's HiRISE camera saw me crossing into a new zone. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1pXyiUg
"28.06.2014 00:54:29" Brave New World: On yestersol's drive, I left my landing ellipse—the 20 by 25 kilometer area I targeted originally for landing. More info on the ellipse: http://go.nasa.gov/1obgMbf
"26.06.2014 19:01:13" Behind every rover is a great team. Meet some role models from mine. http://go.usa.gov/9d3x
"24.06.2014 21:29:55" Happy 1st #MartianYear to me. http://go.nasa.gov/1q5q5ws
Plus, my GIF to you. http://go.nasa.gov/1q5qsHx
"23.06.2014 23:31:46" What a long, strange trip (around the sun) it's been. Here's what happened during my first #MartianYear. Rover report: http://youtu.be/SSf1HenQhWs
"17.06.2014 20:00:27" Two paths diverged on a Red Planet, and I, I took the south one, and that has made all the difference.
Continuing on from Robert Frost Pass toward Mars' Mount Sharp.
"10.06.2014 22:41:33" Mercury Rising: I saw the planet cross in front of the sun—a first from any planet but Earth. GIF & info: http://go.nasa.gov/1oKnnu4
"30.05.2014 16:59:38" Runnin' Down a Dream: I'm healthy and heading West. Latest pics from travels on Mars: http://go.nasa.gov/SrKfxf