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"23.10.2016 11:53:20" International Space Station Astronauts Takuya Onishi and Kate Rubins successfully captured Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft with the station's robotic arm at 7:28 a.m. EDT. http://go.nasa.gov/2etTDEm
"21.10.2016 13:02:29" blogs.nasa.gov Expedition 49 Welcomes Three New Crew Members Their Soyuz MS-02 spacecraft docked with the station's Poisk module at 5:52 a.m.
"21.10.2016 10:13:26" blogs.nasa.gov Soyuz Docks Bringing Three Crew to Station The hatches between the Soyuz and space station are scheduled to open at about 8:30 a.m. EDT.
"20.10.2016 19:53:15" Timeline Photos Hash browns and bacon at 60,000 feet!
While on a high-altitude research flight in our WB-57 aircraft over the western Pacific, Sensor Equipment Operator Dom del Rosso relies on food from a tube during the 6-hour flight.
The NASA Pacific Oxidants,
"20.10.2016 19:00:01" Timeline Photos Texas High School Juniors: Jump-start your #STEM future! NASA needs you for the #JourneyToMars!
Don't miss out on your chance to be a part of the High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) program! Applications close October 25.
"20.10.2016 14:43:37" NASA JSC Education Together with RODEOHOUSTON, we celebrate 18 years of High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS): http://go.nasa.gov/2ebhhoW
Apply now for #HAS2017! Applications close October 25. To learn more about HAS, visit http://has.aerospacescholars.org/.
"19.10.2016 18:18:25" nasa.gov NASA Astronaut Shane Kimbrough, Crewmates Launch to Space Station Three crew members representing the United States and Russia are on their way to the International Space Station after launching from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 4:05 a.m. EDT Wednesday (2:05 p.m. Baikonur time). Three crew members representing the United States and Russia are on their way to the International Space Station after launching from Kazakhstan at 4:05 a.m. EDT today.
"19.10.2016 13:58:01" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration LIVE LAUNCH COVERAGE: Watch NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough and his crewmates launch to the International Space Station! Liftoff in a Soyuz spacecraft is set for 4:05am ET.
"19.10.2016 11:04:32" International Space Station Three new Expedition 49-50 crew members launched aboard the Soyuz MS-02 spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 4:05 a.m. EDT Wednesday, Oct. 19. http://go.nasa.gov/2eghasp
"18.10.2016 00:28:53" International Space Station Orbital ATK's Antares rocket carrying the Cygnus cargo spacecraft lifted off Monday at 7:45 p.m. EDT and is on its way to the International Space Station. http://go.nasa.gov/2ep9Bx3
"17.10.2016 19:59:57" Food Scientist Vickie Kloeris is #NASAProud Food is such an important part of our lives and culture. With so much variety available, it's hard to imagine choosing meals or being limited when embarking on a 6-month mission on the International Space Station. Food Scientist Vickie Kloeris and her
"14.10.2016 21:06:04" wired.com You've Watched Elon Musk Launch Rockets. Here are the Americans Who Go Next Our resurgent space industry promises an out-of-this-world future—and stellar opportunities for people from all walks of life. Photographs by Dan Winters NASA's greatest benefit to humanity is the inspiration it provides to the next generation of explorers.The Journey to Mars begins with you! http://bit.ly/2dCk1s0
"14.10.2016 18:07:21" International Space Station With only 1 minute but an unlimited number of questions, can you find out what it's really like to live on the International Space Station? Let's find out with NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman!
"13.10.2016 21:01:47" NASA's Orion Spacecraft Happy Birthday U.S. Navy! Navy Diver Beau Lontine and the Mobile Diving Salvage Company visited Neutral Buoyancy Lab in Houston to practice recovering the Orion spacecraft after it returns from our next flight in 2018. #HappyBirthdayNavy #JourneyToMars
"13.10.2016 16:51:44" nasa.gov Crowdsourced App Plots Food and Health for Space Station Astronauts The old adage of “you are what you eat” has an even greater meaning when preparing for long- duration travel to deep space. Astronauts on the International Space Station can now track their meals in an app that is designed specifically for use in space. The ISS FIT app gives astronauts real-time feedback about their dietary habits and offers greater insight for physicians and
"11.10.2016 17:16:10" CNN President Obama just pledged that America will reach Mars by the 2030s: http://cnn.it/2dGjAA0
Here's a look at giant leaps in space exploration
"11.10.2016 14:57:33" blogs.nasa.gov Making Human Settlement of Space a Reality | NASA Administrator Making Human Settlement of Space a Reality Posted on October 11, 2016 at 9:02 am by Administrator Charles Bolden. By John Holdren and Charles Bolden Today, President Obama outlined a vision to CNN for the future of space exploration. Echoing what he said “We have set a clear goal vital to the next chapter of America's story in space: sending humans to Mars by the 2030s and returning them safely to Earth, with the ultimate ambition to one day remain there for an extended time.” - President Obama
"08.10.2016 17:45:33" NASA's Johnson Space Center Follow NASA interns on their journey to Mars in their new music video!
Want to intern at NASA? Learn more: http://intern.nasa.gov In case you missed it...
"08.10.2016 17:39:45" International Space Station Tonight is International Observe the Moon Night! Here are some of the best images of the moon from the space station.
"06.10.2016 22:00:03" International Space Station Cameras outside the station captured new views today of massive Hurricane Matthew as it flew 250 miles overhead at 4:45pm ET. At the time of the flyover, Matthew was moving to the northwest through the Bahamas as a Category 4 hurricane that is expected to
"06.10.2016 17:34:47" Welcome to NASA (Based off Flo Rida's "My House") Follow NASA interns on their journey to Mars in their new music video!
Want to intern at NASA? Learn more: http://intern.nasa.gov
"05.10.2016 18:44:45" NASA's Orion Spacecraft We're working to bring the astronauts home safely from the #JourneyToMars. Orion team starts final set of tests to qualify parachutes for crew. http://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-begins-tests-to-qualify-orion-parachutes-for-mission-with-crew-0
"04.10.2016 22:04:54" nasa.gov NASA Begins Tests to Qualify Orion Parachutes for Mission with Crew NASA successfully kicked off a series of tests Sept. 30 to qualify Orion's parachute system for flights with astronauts. The first NASA's Orion Spacecraft parachute tests to qualify the parachute system for flights with astronauts!
In the skies above the Arizona desert, a C-17 aircraft dropped a dart-shaped test article out of its cargo bay from 35,000 feet, or more than
"04.10.2016 18:07:36" NASA JSC Education We need Texas High School Jr's for the #JouneyToMars! Apply for NASA's High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) program today!
The adventure starts later this fall with an online course and culminates - for students who earn the opportunity - with an
"03.10.2016 21:29:21" International Space Station Cameras outside the International Space Station captured dramatic views of major Hurricane Matthew today as the orbital complex flew 250 miles over the storm at 4:15 p.m. EDT (video speed 4x).
"01.10.2016 19:51:35" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post One of three operating WB-57 airplanes in the world took off this morning for a flight to Guam to begin a month of high-altitude research flights over the Pacific Ocean. 12 scientific instruments on the airplane will collect data so scientists can learn
"30.09.2016 21:39:21" abcnews.go.com Video: Moon Rocks and Asteroids at NASA's Johnson Space Center ABC News' Gina Sunseri talks with planetary scientist Kevin Righter about asteroid missions and what we are still learning from moon rocks. ABC News goes behind-the-scenes of our lunar lab. Watch...
"29.09.2016 16:54:44" Timeline Photos The James Webb Space Telescope Pathfinder structure has been configured for the Thermal Pathfinder Test in our giant thermal vacuum chamber, called Chamber A. The Pathfinder is a test version of the structure that supports the telescope. The James Webb
"28.09.2016 21:05:46" nasa.gov A test for the next generation Suddenly, you're barreling down toward Earth at speeds 10 times faster than a bullet, headed straight for Earth—but all the nerves are gone. You've landed this flight 100 times before. The new Starliner trainers will prepare astronauts and flight controllers for the next era of human spaceflight with Starliner's first crewed launch from the U.S. to the International Space Station targeted for 2018.
"28.09.2016 15:49:53" NASA's Orion Spacecraft Working to bring astronauts home safe from the #JourneyToMars. Orion team starts final set of parachute qualification tests at Army Yuma proving ground in Arizona.
"27.09.2016 21:37:18" nasa.tumblr.com Why Sequencing DNA in Space is a Big Deal … And How You Can Talk to the Scientists Who Made It Happen Less than one month ago, DNA had never been sequenced in space. As of today, more than one billion base pairs of DNA have been sequenced... Having real-time analysis capabilities aboard the International Space Station could allow crews to identify microbes, diagnose infectious disease and collect genomic and genetic data concerning crew health, without having to wait long periods of time to
"26.09.2016 21:17:57" Grace Potter I am live with Astronaut Jessica Meir to talk about my "Look What We've Become" music video which was filmed at NASA's Johnson Space Center and features Jessica and many other NASA women. I hope the song and video inspired you! Comment with your
"25.09.2016 23:10:00" Timeline Photos Join Grace Potter and Jessica Meir for a Facebook Live tomorrow. Watch and learn more about Grace's "Look What We've Become" music video featuring Jessica and other women at NASA: http://www.nasa.gov/feature/initiate-grace-potter-mission/
"22.09.2016 18:11:12" Timeline Photos A group of divers practice recovery of NASA's Orion Spacecraft in our Neutral Buoyancy Lab. The uncrewed Orion spacecraft will splashdown in the Pacific Ocean off the San Diego coast after traveling thousands of miles beyond the moon over the course of
"21.09.2016 17:38:06" Grace Potter In this new music video collaboration with @NASA I'm living out a childhood dream as I prepare to launch a Rock & Roll payload into space with astronaut Jessica Meir! Go to NASA.com for more on this amazing project to raise awareness about the importance Check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrSe8IawDi4
"21.09.2016 14:52:06" International Space Station The moon, city lights and thunderstorms illuminate these nighttime views of Earth.
"20.09.2016 16:28:06" Popular Science Showcasing decades of accomplishments by women at NASA
"19.09.2016 19:14:40" Grace Potter: Look What We've Become (NASA Collaboration) NASA celebrates women in the science, technology, engineering and math fields with recording artist Grace Potter performing her song, “Look What We've Become” in this music video shot at Johnson Space Center. The video recognizes the power of women at
"18.09.2016 21:04:58" Grace Potter Talks "Look What We've Become" Watch as Grace Potter talks about the inspiration for her song, "Look What We've Become". Look out for the new space-themed music video coming tomorrow! Details: http://www.nasa.gov/feature/initiate-grace-potter-mission
"17.09.2016 14:40:18" International Space Station ROSCOSMOS decided to postpone the planned September 23, 2016 launch of the manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-02 for technical reasons after tests at the Baikonur Space Center. The launch date of the spacecraft will be announced later.
"17.09.2016 02:36:23" International Space Station MD Anderson Cancer Center patients turned artists talked to Astronaut Kate Rubins, current space station resident, as she modeled their hand-painted spacesuit.
Read more about today's event:
"16.09.2016 20:26:04" Timeline Photos We've accomplished things that sometimes seem impossible. The #GracePotterMission is a new space-themed music video that we hope will inspire young women to believe in themselves no matter who tells them otherwise. Coming Monday!
"16.09.2016 16:00:39" Timeline Photos Bob Crippen, Joe Engle, Tom Moser and Chuck Lewis, four people who were instrumental in the planning and execution of STS-1 and STS-2, the space shuttle's first manned flights, discuss their lessons learned and how these lessons apply to the programs we
"16.09.2016 14:30:00" STS-1 & STS-2: The History of Space Shuttle Columbia 35 years after one of the greatest achievements in history, we celebrate the anniversary of the first orbital flights of NASA's Space Shuttle program!
When Space Transportation System flights STS-1 and STS-2 launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in
"15.09.2016 19:17:40" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Today, as part of Hispanic Heritage Month/Mes de la Herencia Hispana, our Hispanic Employee Resource Group (HERG) hosted ¡Festival! A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage - Carnaval!
The event featured guest speaker Dr. Amanda Oralia Gómez González from the
"14.09.2016 20:54:35" National Geographic What happens in NASA's food lab? We are LIVE with NASA's Space Food Systems Laboratory Manager, Vickie Kloeris. Post your questions in the comments below! Check out our space food lab LIVE!
"13.09.2016 23:19:21" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Missed NASA on the catwalk? Check out a few looks from Vivienne Tam Spring 2017 - a Houston-inspired #NYFW collection.
"13.09.2016 16:02:02" NASA JSC Students Want an opportunity to advance human space exploration, all while getting a meaningful internship experience and being on payroll? Meet our new JSC Pathways Interns for the Fall 2016 Semester! This bunch studies 14 separate majors within the Business and Calling all college students interested in working at NASA! Tag your friends who should apply.
"13.09.2016 14:35:12" The Weather Channel Hello, Planet Earth. We are LIVE from International Space Station looking at the planet as the sun shines over us. Please write your comments below #facebooklive #space
"12.09.2016 23:00:01" livestream.viviennetam.com livestream.viviennetam.com Catch a glimpse of NASA on the runway during #NYFW! Watch the livestream of Vivienne Tam's Houston-inspired collection at 7 p.m. ET: http://livestream.viviennetam.com
"12.09.2016 18:50:21" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration How do astronauts train for a spacewalk? Get a 360-degree immersive virtual reality (VR) viewing experience, featuring exclusive astronaut training footage from our Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) in Houston. The stunning NASA VR/360 video, produced by Dive in and practice training for a spacewalk with astronauts in this 360-degree experience in our Neutral Buoyancy Lab! (view in full-screen and move your cursor or phone around for the full experience)
"11.09.2016 20:21:33" International Space Station "It was like seeing a wound in the side of your country."
Expedition 3 Commander Frank Culbertson was aboard the International Space Station at the time of the attacks, and the only American off the planet. He captured incredible images of New York City
"09.09.2016 23:01:17" Timeline Photos Kicking off football season with some special guests in Space City!
"08.09.2016 22:51:04" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration LIVE NOW: We're launching to an asteroid! Watch live coverage of our OSIRIS-REx spacecraft lift off at 7:05 p.m. EDT aboard an Atlas V rocket on a mission to explore asteroid Bennu and return a sample to Earth. Watch now as the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft launches to an asteroid!
"08.09.2016 22:19:00" Timeline Photos Listen as Houston Matters interviews Flight Director Matt Abbott on the legacy and impact of Star Trek: http://www.houstonmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Houston-Matters-09-08-2016.mp3 …
"08.09.2016 21:08:20" Happy 50th anniversary, Star Trek, from all of us at NASA's Johnson Space Center! Thanks for 50 years of inspiration.
"08.09.2016 16:47:47" Timeline Photos The OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission is launching to an asteroid at 7:05pm ET today!
Watch live: http://www.ustream.tv/nasahdtv
Learn more: http://www.nasa.gov/osiris-rex
"08.09.2016 15:34:41" Timeline Photos It's the 50th anniversary of Star Trek! Thank you, Star Trek, for inspiring so many of our employees. #LiveLongandProsper
"07.09.2016 21:03:26" nasa.tumblr.com How Exactly Do We Plan to Bring an Asteroid Sample Back to Earth? Our OSIRIS-REx spacecraft launches today, and will travel to a near-Earth asteroid, called Bennu. While there, it will collect a sample to bring back to Earth for study. But how exactly do we plan to... Launching tomorrow, the OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission will fly to asteroid Bennu and bring back samples to our scientists who will make them available for the larger scientific community.
"07.09.2016 17:02:10" To Bennu and Back The OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission may reveal clues to how life arose in our solar system.
It is launching tomorrow at 7:05pm ET from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida and will fly to an asteroid and obtain samples that will be returned to our
"07.09.2016 14:45:44" Timeline Photos NASA Deputy Administrator Dava Newman will speak to Rice University about NASA's Journey to Mars at 7pm CT tonight. Watch live here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQpaIX1v5ig
"07.09.2016 03:07:22" International Space Station The Expedition 48 crew parachuted to a landing in Kazakhstan early Wednesday morning after living 172 days in space. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
"07.09.2016 02:41:23" International Space Station Expedition 48 crew members Jeff Williams, Alexey Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka landed their Soyuz TMA-20M spacecraft in Kazakhstan at 9:13 p.m. EDT after 172 days in space. http://go.nasa.gov/2cztYqC
"06.09.2016 13:52:08" International Space Station Three crew members are returning to Earth on Tuesday after living in space for 172 days. This is the view from their office on orbit.
"31.08.2016 15:51:48" NASA JSC Education TODAY: Be sure to tune into NASA TV to see a live Q & A session between students in Hyden, Kentucky and International Space Station astronauts Jeff Williams & Kate Rubins.
The Leslie County High School students will ask questions that focus on living
"31.08.2016 15:31:18" NASA JSC Education Did you know NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson is 4-H alum? Today 4-H kids are at NASA's Johnson Space Center to share in Peggy's news conference fun!
Peggy is part of Expedition 50/51, which is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station in Thanks for joining us at NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson's news conference yesterday, 4-H!
"26.08.2016 17:29:41" U.S. Department of the Interior NASA astronauts Jeff Williams and Kate Rubins are live from the International Space Station talking with Secretary Jewell about all things national parks to celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service. Ever wonder what a national park looks
"25.08.2016 19:27:32" NASA's Orion Spacecraft We're coming to you live today from an Orion water drop test at the Hydro Impact Basin at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. Join host Eric Gillard, of NASA Langley, and guest Mark Baldwin, of Lockheed Martin, for this exciting milestone
"25.08.2016 17:36:16" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration From our unique view in space, we're wishing the National Park Service a happy 100th birthday! See some of the parks from space: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/149461645004/join-the-party
"25.08.2016 17:23:29" NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams #OTD 1916 the National Park Service was born. Celebrate the centennial with me as I share my photos and personal story. #NPS100 #FindYourPark
"24.08.2016 21:40:18" Timeline Photos NASA Astromaterials Scientists at Johnson Space Center Solve Mystery on Surface of Mercury http://www.nasa.gov/feature/scientists-at-johnson-space-center-solve-mystery-on-surface-of-mercury
"24.08.2016 21:32:02" NASA JSC Education Calling all undergrad students! We need YOU to design a spacewalk tool for NASA's #JourneyToMars!
Learn more about this exciting opportunity by visiting the #MicrogNExT website: http://go.nasa.gov/1qXaFMr
"22.08.2016 23:44:37" Timeline Photos Thanks for the visit Def Leppard, Tesla the Band, and Live Nation Houston!
"20.08.2016 15:38:02" youtu.be One Direction - Drag Me Down One Direction's official music video for Drag Me Down. As featured on Made in the A.M., listen on Spotify http://smarturl.it/MADamSP Click to buy the album v... Exactly one year ago, One Direction took us behind the scenes of NASA's Journey to Mars in "Drag Me Down"!
"19.08.2016 22:24:58" Timeline Photos Happy National Aviation Day!
That's an airplane? The Super Guppy has a cargo compartment that is 25 feet tall, 25 feet wide and 111 feet long and can carry more than 26 tons. The aircraft has unique hinged nose that can open more than 200 degrees,
"19.08.2016 15:04:49" International Space Station Spacewalkers officially installed an International Docking Adapter to the International Space Station at 10:40am ET. The new adapter will allow future NASA Commercial Crew Program vehicles being built by SpaceX and Boeing Company to dock to the station. www.nasa.gov/ntv
"19.08.2016 14:37:43" International Space Station SPACEWALK LIVE NOW: NASA astronauts Jeff Williams and Kate Rubins install a new gateway for American commercial crew spacecraft at the International Space Station—a significant milestone in NASA's work to return crew launches to U.S. soil. Sends us your
"19.08.2016 11:48:50" The Weather Channel Take a walk on the space side! NASA's spacewalk is live and be sure to stick around! Astronauts Suni Williams and Bob Behnken will be answering your questions, here on #FacebookLive!
"18.08.2016 21:23:10" Timeline Photos Mission control last night as the International Docking Adapter was robotically removed from the trunk of the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft and put in place for tomorrow's spacewalk when astronauts will install it to the International Space Station. Watch the
"18.08.2016 19:09:20" Timeline Photos You don't want to miss this! Watch live anytime from 6:30am ET to 1:45pm as NASA astronauts Jeff Williams and Kate Rubins spacewalk to install a new docking adapter on the International Space Station. We will have in-studio experts and special features
"18.08.2016 16:53:18" nasa.tumblr.com NASA's Johnson Space Center We're working hard to send humans to Mars in the 2030s. Learning how to live in space on the International Space Station and building and testing the astronauts' ride to Mars, NASA's Orion Spacecraft, are just a few things in the works to make this
"17.08.2016 19:42:38" NASA's Space Launch System Get a behind-the-scenes look at NASA's Journey to Mars starting at 8:30 a.m. CT Aug. 18. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/2b0NfPQ
#NASA #NASAMarsDay #JourneytoMars #NASASLS
"16.08.2016 20:26:20" nasa.tumblr.com Spacewalk Friday: Installing a New "Parking Spot" on Station This Friday, Aug. 19, two U.S. astronauts will install a new gateway for American commercial crew spacecraft at the International Space Station. Commercial crew flights from Florida's Space Coast to... This Friday, Aug. 19, two U.S. astronauts will go on a spacewalk to install a docking port for future NASA Commercial Crew Program spacecraft to dock to the International Space Station. Watch live on NASA TV (www.nasa.gov/ntv) starting at 6:30am ET.
"15.08.2016 22:40:59" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Thanks to the St. Louis Cardinals for stopping by to ride some rovers and hang out with astronauts and robots before their game!
"13.08.2016 16:00:00" Modular Robotic Vehicle This electric vehicle can drive sideways and feels like you are "driving on ice". It is also helping us explore technologies to be used for future rovers for the moon and Mars.
"12.08.2016 16:15:07" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post You won't find any Death Stars orbiting our moon! Thanks for visiting, Star Wars #RogueOne director Gareth Edwards.
"12.08.2016 14:50:20" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Texas middle school students are here with Texas A&M Engineering & Texas A&M PK-12 Engineering Education Outreach to compete in the Zero Robotics finals!
Watch LIVE NOW as students code SPHERES robots on the International Space Station:
"12.08.2016 14:46:35" International Space Station Middle school students are coding SPHERES robots aboard station. Watch the Zero Robotics competition LIVE NOW: http://webcast.mit.edu/sum2016/spheres/1632/5/
"11.08.2016 22:55:42" International Space Station Check out these Perseid meteors from space station and watch them from your house tonight: http://www.nasa.gov/topics/solarsystem/features/watchtheskies/perseid-meteor-shower-aug11-12.html
This video is from the Meteor investigation on the space station
"11.08.2016 22:03:19" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Want to see some “shooting stars?” You're in luck! The Perseid meteor shower peaks Aug. 11-12! Make plans now to stay up late or set your alarm early to see this cosmic display in the sky. The annual Perseid meteor shower is anticipated to be one of the Don't miss the Perseid meteor shower tonight and tomorrow!
"11.08.2016 19:05:46" nasa.gov Searching for “Space Junk” in Paradise Located halfway between Brazil and Africa with clear skies and tropical temperatures, Ascension Island sounds like a perfect vacation destination. Ascension Island may sound like a vacation destination, but it is actually home to this 20,000-pound telescope, the Meter Class Autonomous Telescope, that is searching for orbital debris in geosynchronous, low and medium Earth orbits. With over 7,000
"11.08.2016 14:47:15" Mission success! The Human Exploration Research Analog crew completed their mission and exited the habitat last night after a 30-day simulated mission to an asteroid to help our researchers learn how isolation and close quarters affect individual and group behavior
"10.08.2016 20:52:00" Timeline Photos In Houston? Help welcome home the International Space Station Expedition 46/47 crew Tim Kopra, Tim Peake, and Yuri Malenchenko and hear about their mission at Space Center Houston tonight at 7:30pm CT. Free and open to the public.
"09.08.2016 21:14:58" Timeline Photos “I enjoy being able to touch samples from comets and asteroids before anyone else and revealing secrets out of them."
Examining celestial samples is all in a day's work for Planetary Mission Research Scientist Keiko Nakamura-Messenger, Ph.D. Read more
"08.08.2016 22:05:57" nasa.gov Space Station Scientists, Astronauts to Visit Philly A NASA astronaut and space station scientists will visit Philadelphia Aug. 12-13 to share the accomplishments and opportunities for research aboard the International Space Station. Hey, Philly! Come see our exhibit and touch a moon rock on Aug. 13 at The Franklin Institute.
"08.08.2016 20:28:49" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Center Director Ellen Ochoa gives Ted Cruz an inside look at how it feels to be an astronaut inside the International Space Station and NASA's Orion Spacecraft mockups. Cruz wrote on Twitter, ".@NASA_Johnson remains the international center of excellence
"08.08.2016 17:53:18" Timeline Photos Natalie Maines from the Dixie Chicks and Astronaut Karen Nyberg have something in common...they both know a little something about "Wide Open Spaces".
Thanks to Natalie and Live Nation for stopping by to check out a mockup of the International Space
"05.08.2016 17:49:27" nasa.gov Witness a water landing test of the Orion spacecraft Avid social media users are invited to apply for one of 30 NASA Social credentials to see NASA test a mission scenario of an Orion spacecraft and its crew splashing down in the Pacific Ocean after a deep space mission. Witness a water landing test of NASA's Orion Spacecraft!
Avid social media users are invited to apply to see NASA test a mission scenario of an Orion spacecraft and its crew splashing down in the Pacific Ocean after a deep space mission on Aug. 25, at
"04.08.2016 22:38:49" NASA Releases “Omics: Advancing Personalized Medicine from Spa... In celebration of the National Twins Days Festival, NASA Releases Twins Study Video “Omics: Advancing Personalized Medicine from Space to Earth” highlighting NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and Captain Mark Kelly's contributions to omics research and
"04.08.2016 15:08:48" Timeline Photos Our kids are having a BLAST at Bring Our Children to Work Day!
"03.08.2016 21:21:40" NASA's Orion Spacecraft Astronauts check out Orion's docking hatch at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Astronauts will enter and exit Orion's side hatch prior to launch and following landing. The docking hatch will allow astronauts to move between Orion and a habitation
"03.08.2016 19:19:53" nasa.gov NASA Begins Weekly Service to Release Video from Space The NASA weekly video highlights for July 24-30, 2016, features video from the International Space Station of the arrivals of two cargo spacecraft – a Russian Progress and SpaceX's Dragon. Looking for video from space? Check out our new website and sign up for weekly updates!
"03.08.2016 14:37:01" HISTORY Join NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams and NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins LIVE from the International Space Station with HISTORY and Jack Osbourne!
"02.08.2016 20:26:50" NASA Releases “Microbiomics: The Living World In and On You” V... Astronaut Kate Rubins is excited to analyze trillions of microbes in space aboard the International Space Station because they interact with and influence our digestion, immune system, and how cells in the body signal to each other. Learn more about your
"01.08.2016 17:23:32" Timeline Photos On Snapchat? Add 'nasa' to see our NASA JSC Students and the amazing projects they are working on!
"28.07.2016 16:29:30" NASA's Orion Spacecraft Orion is the world's first interplanetary spacecraft designed for human exploration of our solar system will take astronauts farther and faster throughout our solar system. Building a reliable spacecraft to take astronauts to the far reaches of our solar
"27.07.2016 22:06:41" NASA JSC Education Day three of the High School Aerospace Scholars program started off at the "Mars Yard" at NASA's Johnson Space Center...where students took a ride in a mock-up of a Space Exploration Vehicle (SEV) Rover! #HAS2016
"27.07.2016 20:38:19" NASA's Space Launch System At NASA Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, massive welding tools and a talented crew are building the core stage of the world's most powerful rocket, NASA's Space Launch System.
The core stage is the structural backbone of SLS and will tower more NASA is building the biggest rocket ever built, NASA's Space Launch System. When completed, it will have the power and payload capacity needed to carry crew and cargo on exploration missions to deep space, including Mars.
"27.07.2016 17:43:30" NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams Aurora approaches and lights up our International Space Station. Here's a stunning aurora from space to add a little color to your day.
Auroras occur when electrically-charged electrons and protons collide with neutral atoms in the upper atmosphere. The dancing lights of the aurora provide a spectacular show for
"26.07.2016 21:21:17" nasa.tumblr.com Exploring an Asteroid Without Leaving Earth You may remember that back in February, four crew members lived and worked inside our Human Research Exploration Analog (HERA). That crew, made up of 4 women, simulated a 715-day journey to a... This week the Human Exploration Research Analog crew, who is living in an isolated habitat for 30 days,conducted simulations to practice flying the multi-mission Space Exploration Vehicle and doing their spacewalk tasks. Next week, week 3 of the mission,
"25.07.2016 17:52:08" International Space Station Two rockets blasted off, one after another, toward the same destination. This was the first time two different cargo ships, a Progress and a Dragon, were in orbit at the same time to resupply the space station.
"22.07.2016 16:31:14" nasa.gov NASA Astronauts Train Deep Undersea For Deep Space Missions What do the bottom of a blue ocean and the surface of a Red Planet have in common? Both are extreme environments. What do the bottom of a blue ocean and the surface of a Red Planet have in common? Both are extreme environments.
A group of astronauts, engineers, and scientists are on a 16-day mission to the world's only undersea research station, Aquarius, at the
"21.07.2016 19:30:14" Timeline Photos Flying high: Astronaut Nicole Mann trains in NASA's WB-57, an aircraft that is designed to fly at altitudes greater than 60,000 ft. The experience gives astronauts a chance to train in full-pressure suits and operate in high-altitude environments, similar
"21.07.2016 15:36:13" NASA Commercial Crew Program A new era of human spaceflight built from the best of NASA Commercial Crew Program expertise and American innovation is on the horizon five years after STS-135 landed to cap successful space shuttle era. http://go.nasa.gov/24QDPuA We are excited for the NASA Commercial Crew Program to launch astronauts from Florida to the International Space Station.
"20.07.2016 22:14:26" Timeline Photos On this 47th anniversary of the first human footprints on the moon, 4 people are participating in a simulated mission to an asteroid in the Human Exploration Mission Analog (HERA). This historic event was not lost on the HERA crew. As the 11th HERA crew,
"20.07.2016 21:03:28" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post How do NASA's Johnson Space Center employees celebrate the anniversary of Apollo 11? With ice cream sundaes! Celebrating one giant leap with one giant scoop!
Photo credit: NASA/Lauren Harnett
"20.07.2016 18:16:09" Timeline Photos 47 years ago today, humans first set foot on another world when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took the first steps on the moon, one giant leap for mankind. NASA's next giant leap will be sending humans to Mars in the 2030s. #Apollo11
"20.07.2016 16:25:00" Timeline Photos 40 years ago today, Viking Lander 1 successfully reached Mars marking the first time the U.S. successfully landed a vehicle on the surface of Mars! Upon touchdown, Viking 1 took its first picture of the dusty and rocky surface and relayed the historic
"20.07.2016 14:28:21" International Space Station The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was attached to the Harmony module at 10:03 a.m. EDT/2:03 p.m. GMT as the International Space Station flew over the California and Oregon border.
"20.07.2016 13:22:33" International Space Station Flight Director Scott Stover led the team at Mission Control Center today at NASA's Johnson Space Center during SpaceX Dragon rendezvous and capture operations.
"20.07.2016 11:16:48" International Space Station Astronauts Jeff Williams and Kate Rubins used the station's 57.7-foot (17.6-meter) robotic arm to reach out and capture the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft at 6:56 a.m. EDT today. http://go.nasa.gov/2a8oLpv
"19.07.2016 21:06:16" Timeline Photos The Human Exploration Research Analog crew ingressed the habitat on July 11, and “launched” on July 12 for their 30-day simulated mission to an asteroid. Here a crew member is practicing the skills he will need to support a spacewalk once they are at the
"18.07.2016 17:44:39" nasa.gov Exercise Device for Orion to Pack Powerful Punch When astronauts travel far beyond Earth on the journey to Mars, keeping them healthy in space will be critically important. When astronauts travel far beyond Earth on the journey to Mars, keeping them healthy in space will be critically important. But how do you take what we know about the exercise equipment needed to keep astronauts healthy and fit in space and make it
"17.07.2016 18:37:37" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration What cargo is on tonight's SpaceX launch? DNA sequencer, heart cell experiment and more! Take a look:
"14.07.2016 20:58:57" Timeline Photos Live from the Mars Yard...
Join a Facebook Live event on the NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Facebook page.at 1 p.m. EDT Friday, July 15, to talk about NASA's next Mars rover, Mars 2020, which will look for signs of past life in a
"14.07.2016 17:56:54" Beale Air Force Base Two NASA astronauts Nicole Aunapu Mann and NASA Astronaut Christina Hammock Koch attended training July 7, 2016, at the 9th Physiological Support Squadron for Space Flight Readiness Training.
“It's important to have something as a country we strive for,
"13.07.2016 18:01:43" nasa.gov Analogs NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. NASA is associated with at least 15 analog missions throughout the world where participants are put in a situation on Earth that produces affects similar to those experienced in space, both physical and mental. These missions are helping to prepare us for
"11.07.2016 22:00:46" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Look inside the habitat that 4 people will live in for 30 days!
"11.07.2016 21:09:29" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Explore the universe and discover our home planet with the official NASA page on Facebook. Visit us at www.nasa.gov NASA will host a Facebook Live event today at 6 p.m. EDT describing the next Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) mission. Four individuals will begin a 30-day mission Tuesday to explore the isolation, confinement and remote conditions future crews
"11.07.2016 20:51:33" MD Anderson Cancer Center Earlier today, we unveiled the first of three spacesuits designed in collaboration with NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration and ILC Dover to increase childhood cancer awareness. The first suit, known as HOPE, was stitched together from Pediatric patients find hope with spacesuit art
"09.07.2016 05:50:24" International Space Station Flight controllers in Houston, including Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano, from ESA - European Space Agency, as CAPCOM, monitor systems as the Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft approaches the International Space Station.
"09.07.2016 04:26:36" International Space Station The Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft docked to the International Space Station at 12:06 a.m. EDT (4:06 a.m. GMT) Saturday, July 9, 254 statute miles over the South Pacific.
"09.07.2016 00:29:27" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Busy day as the #SpaceSuitArtProject is unveiled! The unique project allowed patients from MD Anderson the opportunity to lend their artistic talents to create 3 Space Suits (#Hope, #Courage,and #Unity) and learn about the International Space Station
"08.07.2016 18:52:59" nasa.gov Scientist Dr. Samuel Lawrence Thinks Space Rocks When Samuel Lawrence, Ph.D, took on a planetary scientist position at Johnson Space Center in May, he fulfilled a goal he's had for nearly 20 years—to work at NASA. Meet Dr. Samuel Lawrence, our newest planetary scientist, who just fulfilled a lifelong dream by starting work at NASA.
“Planetary science is frontier science. Every day is something that people potentially haven't even discovered yet. Every day we are
"07.07.2016 02:20:04" International Space Station The Expedition 48-49 crew launched to the International Space Station at 9:36 p.m. EDT Wednesday. This is the first flight for the upgraded Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft.
"07.07.2016 01:27:26" International Space Station LIVE LAUNCH COVERAGE: Watch NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and the Expedition 48/49 crew launch to the space station! Liftoff in a Soyuz spacecraft is set for today at 9:36 p.m. EDT (7:36 a.m. local time in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, July 7). All three crew
"05.07.2016 16:53:26" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Success! Engine burn complete. After a five-year journey, our #Juno spacecraft is now orbiting #Jupiter, poised to unlock the planet's secrets.
More about our Juno mission: http://www.nasa.gov/juno Congrats to NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter for making it all the way to Jupiter after a 5-year mission!
"04.07.2016 15:37:07" Timeline Photos Happy 4th of July! May your celebrations be out of this world!
"04.07.2016 01:14:10" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Solar winds from the sun create Earth's aurora but are less of a factor on #Jupiter. As new information is collected about Jupiter's magnetic field and aurora by NASA's #Juno spacecraft, scientists will better understand the similarities and differences
"03.07.2016 23:08:10" International Space Station Jupiter from the space station to celebrate NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter arriving at the planet tomorrow. After a 5-year mission, it will fly closer than any other spacecraft has before.
More info :
"01.07.2016 07:27:00" blogs.nasa.gov Russian Cargo Ship Completes Successful Re-docking Test The Progress 62 cargo craft is seen moments after undocking and backing away from the Pirs docking port.
"30.06.2016 17:19:16" NASA JSC Education Is it fun to play with your food in space? Students at the Gail Borden Public Library ask NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams about life on the International Space Station.
"30.06.2016 17:18:56" NASA JSC Education What do you miss most about Earth? Students at the Gail Borden Public Library ask NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams about life on the International Space Station.
"29.06.2016 17:07:54" NASA JSC Education Week 3 of High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) is in full swing! Check out some of these pics from the week so far.
Be sure to follow #HAS2016 to see what adventures the Week 3 HAS students are up to!
"29.06.2016 14:57:14" nasa.gov Astronauts Provide Vital Feedback for New Commercial Spacecraft Astronauts play a key role in developing the next American spacecraft that will carry them and their colleagues to the International Space Station. Who's excited to see astronauts launch from the U.S. to the International Space Station? NASA Commercial Crew Program astronauts are working side-by-side with Boeing Company and SpaceX engineers to evaluate their systems and trainers to make it happen.
"28.06.2016 15:01:58" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration LIVE NOW: Fire and smoke! Watch the test firing of a Space Launch System rocket booster for its final test that will help us launch astronauts on a Journey to Mars T-4 minutes until the test of the largest rocket booster ever built for flight, NASA's Space Launch System! Watch LIVE now!
"27.06.2016 18:57:41" blogs.nasa.gov Behind the Scenes at QM-2: Getting Ready to Test the World's Largest Solid Rocket Motor |... Behind the Scenes at QM-2: Getting Ready to Test the World's Largest Solid Rocket Motor Posted on June 24, 2016 at 4:18 pm by baperry3. By Beverly Perry For two monumental minutes on June 28, the Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket boosters — the For two monumental minutes at 10:05 a.m. ET on June 28, NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket boosters — the largest ever built for flight — will fire up in an amazing display of power as engineers verify their designs in the last full-scale test
"23.06.2016 21:57:45" mars.nasa.gov Mars Explorers Wanted Posters Download a free Mars poster that speaks to you. Eight posters are available for download and printing. Each poster represents a different type of explorer NASA is seeking. Download at go.nasa.gov/235vhAR Mars needs YOU! In the future, Mars will need all kinds of explorers. Join us on the Journey to Mars as we explore with robots and send humans there one day. Download a Mars poster that speaks to you.
"22.06.2016 21:06:49" nasa.gov NASA Scientists Discover Unexpected Mineral on Mars "This discovery now begs the question of whether Mars experienced a much more violent and explosive volcanic history" NASA Astromaterials scientists have discovered an unexpected mineral in a rock sample at Gale Crater on Mars, a finding that may alter our understanding of how the planet evolved.
"19.06.2016 16:37:33" Timeline Photos Brian Mahoney, Detective Duffy form Boondock Saints, takes a spin in our Modular Robotic Vehicle at Comicpalooza! The battery-powered fully electric vehicle features four independent wheel modules and 180 degree steering actuation.
"19.06.2016 15:11:55" Timeline Photos Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory takes a spin in our Modular Robotic Vehicle at Comicpalooza! The battery-powered fully electric vehicle features four independent wheel modules and 180 degree steering actuation.
"19.06.2016 15:02:15" International Space Station Astronaut Tim Kopra greets friends and colleagues upon returning home to Ellington Airport in Houston after 186 days in space.
"18.06.2016 06:27:15" International Space Station After spending 186 days aboard the station, Tim Kopra, Tim Peake and Yuri Malenchenko undocked from the station at 1:52 a.m. EDT/5:52 a.m. UTC to begin their voyage home. http://go.nasa.gov/268TjwG
"17.06.2016 22:17:28" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Are you at Comicpalooza in Houston this weekend? Stop by the NASA booth for some robots, rovers, spaceships, and out of this world sightings.
"17.06.2016 22:05:04" Timeline Photos Star Trek's Pavel Chekov, Walter Koenig, takes a spin in our Modular Robotic Vehicle at Comicpalooza! The battery-powered fully electric vehicle features four independent wheel modules and 180 degree steering actuation.
"17.06.2016 22:02:30" Chekov Takes a Spin in NASA Rover Star Trek's Pavel Chekov, Walter Koenig, takes a spin in our Modular Robotic Vehicle at Comicpalooza! The battery-powered fully electric vehicle features four independent wheel modules and 180 degree steering actuation.
"17.06.2016 15:55:39" Young Anna Goes for a Spin! Livvy Stubenrauch from Disney's Frozen takes a spin in our Modular Robotic Vehicle at Comicpalooza! The battery-powered fully electric vehicle features four independent wheel modules and 180 degree steering actuation.
"16.06.2016 22:39:33" NASA Orion Takes a Dive Watch a test version of NASA's Orion Spacecraft take a dive as part of its water impact tests.
"16.06.2016 18:51:59" International Space Station After observing their home planet from our orbital outpost for 186 days, 3 humans will be returning to Earth at 5:15 a.m. ET this Saturday!
"15.06.2016 20:23:21" Timeline Photos Houston! Science fiction takes on science fact. Come to Comicpalooza this weekend at the George R. Brown Convention Center to see NASA's Orion Spacecraft, astronauts, scientists, engineers and more. http://www.comicpalooza.com/
"15.06.2016 18:44:31" International Space Station The Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft was released from the Canadarm2 robotic arm at 9:30 a.m. EDT. The Saffire-1 fire experiment will be activated inside Cygnus after it is a safe distance away from the station.
"13.06.2016 21:37:48" nasa.gov Fire in the Hole: Studying How Flames Grow in Space NASA Glenn scientists seek to understand how fire spreads in space. Scientists will intentionally light a fire in a resupply vehicle tomorrow to learn more about fire in space.
"10.06.2016 22:53:50" CNN Original Series Imagine living a year in space. Morgan Spurlock shows you what drives today's NASA astronauts on #InsideManCNN tonight.
"06.06.2016 20:44:40" NASA JSC Education #MicrogNExT Week 3 is underway at the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL)! Students from nine universities are here to test their tools that may one day be used in astronaut EVA training.
Today the students listened to a few guest speakers, and then University students from The University of Alabama, North Lake College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Cornell University, Los Medanos College, Oklahoma State University, and University of Illinois at
"02.06.2016 16:13:56" Crew exits the habitat after 30 days! The Human Exploration Research Analog crew just exited the habitat after a 30-day simulated mission to an asteroid! The mission is helping our researchers learn how isolation and close quarters affect behavior to help prepare us for long duration space
"01.06.2016 16:18:29" Houstonia Magazine “You look at YouTube, Twitter, movies like The Martian—people are excited and are talking about space again.”
"31.05.2016 21:46:16" WTHR-TV Would you like to give this a try?
Forget the Segway. This unique vehicle from NASA can move sideways! The chief engineer for the Mars Rover gave Anne Marie Tiernon a ride in the MRV!
LIVE BLOG: http://bit.ly/1Vo1l1v In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI): Our Modular Robotic Vehicle (MRV) visited the #Indy500 this weekend.
"31.05.2016 19:54:08" Behind the Scenes of NASA Johnson with Mission X Tour our astronaut training facilities with the Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut team as they celebrate the participants in their latest health and fitness challenge.
Mission X is an international educational challenge focusing on fitness and
"28.05.2016 23:54:37" International Space Station This short time-lapse video shows the complete Bigelow Aerospace BEAM expansion from start to finish to its full expanded, pressurized volume today.
"27.05.2016 21:32:56" NASA Astromaterials The Titan Transtage, an upper stage of the Titan III rocket family, arrived at NASA's Johnson Space Center May 26 after a cross-country trek from the 309th Aerospace Maintenance And Regeneration Group in Tucson, Arizona, where it will be studied by
"27.05.2016 21:31:59" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post The Titan Transtage, an upper stage of the Titan III rocket family, arrived here May 26 after a cross-country trek from the 309th Aerospace Maintenance And Regeneration Group in Tucson, Arizona, where it will be studied by scientists in NASA
"25.05.2016 21:45:59" International Space Station Take a look back at the installation of the Bigelow Aerospace Expandable Activity Module, the first human-rated expandable space habitat, which was attached to the space station on April 16. It will be expanded on Thursday morning starting at 5:30am CT!
"25.05.2016 21:43:24" Space City Comic Con Meet a Real #NASA Astronaut at Space City Comic Con on Saturday: Kjell N. Lindgren (MD)
4:30-5:30 PM Saturday Room 204-205 In Houston? Meet Astronaut Kjell Lindgren at Space City Comic Con this Saturday!
"25.05.2016 19:46:05" Metabolomics: You Are What You Eat You are what you eat. Our Twins Study evaluates metabolic changes in identical twins, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and Captain Mark Kelly. Metabolites give you energy and are impacted by food and stress. Discovering which foods cause which chemical changes
"21.05.2016 20:02:54" Timeline Photos Ellie Goulding is on our mind today as she tours Mission Control and the International Space Station and NASA's Orion Spacecraft full scale mockups. Thanks for the visit!
"19.05.2016 16:29:54" nasa.gov www.nasa.gov Engineers drop a NASA's Orion Spacecraft test capsule with crash-test dummies inside into 20-foot-deep Hydro Impact Basin to simulate what the spacecraft may experience when splashing down in the Pacific Ocean after deep-space missions.
"18.05.2016 20:25:58" nasa.gov Media, Social Media Invited to June Deep Space Rocket Booster Test Media and social media followers are invited to watch as NASA tests the largest, most powerful booster in the world for the agency's new deep space rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS), on June 28 at Orbital ATK Aerospace System's test facility in Apply to watch as NASA tests the largest, most powerful booster in the world, NASA's Space Launch System, in Utah on June 28.
"16.05.2016 14:12:18" International Space Station 100,000 orbits! That's 2.6 billion miles or about the distance of 10 round trips to Mars.
"12.05.2016 16:01:26" nasa.gov Orion Pressure Vessel Passes Pressure Test at Kennedy Space Center The Orion pressure vessel passes a pressure test in the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building high bay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Pressure test ✔️
NASA's Orion Spacecraft passes the latest test bringing us closer to a journey to Mars.
The tests confirmed that the weld points of the underlying structure will contain and protect astronauts during the launch, in-space, re-entry and
"11.05.2016 21:00:19" blogs.nasa.gov Dragon Returns to Earth in Pacific Splashdown | Space Station Dragon Returns to Earth in Pacific Splashdown Posted on May 11, 2016 at 4:24 pm by Mark Garcia. Leave a reply “Dragon recovery team on site after nominal splashdown in Pacific.” Credit: @SpaceX SpaceX's Dragon cargo craft splashed down in the Pacific 3,700 pounds of cargo and science just returned to Earth from the International Space Station! SpaceX's Dragon cargo craft splashed down in the Pacific Ocean at 2:51 p.m. EDT with the final batch of human research samples from NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly's
"11.05.2016 18:46:13" blogs.nasa.gov Dragon Released Full of Science for Return to Earth | Space Station Dragon Released Full of Science for Return to Earth Posted on May 11, 2016 at 9:27 am by Mark Garcia. Leave a reply Cameras on the Canadarm2 show the SpaceX Dragon as it departs the vicinity of the space station just after its release. Credit: NASA TV The Mission Control Houston monitored the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft that was released from the International Space Station's robotic arm at 9:19 a.m. EDT today. The spacecraft will return the final batch of human research samples from former NASA
"10.05.2016 21:43:20" Timeline Photos The 4-person crew spending 30 days in a habitat on a simulated mission to an asteroid completed their pre-mission training and were certified for their mission in a pre-ingress ceremony on May 2. The simulated spacecraft was turned over to the crew and
"10.05.2016 20:45:47" International Space Station ICYMI: This is the 3 MILLIONTH photo taken aboard the International Space Station!
This image shows the current crew aboard our orbiting laboratory. For more than 15 years, station crews have been taking photos of Earth and activities inside the
"10.05.2016 19:04:02" Timeline Photos Astronaut Shane Kimbrough puts a spacesuit through the test in a vacuum chamber as he prepares for his upcoming spaceflight.
The Space Station Airlock chamber is used for
airlock and spacewalk hardware testing, verification and certification, and flight
"10.05.2016 15:52:00" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post NASA Astromaterials scientists are writing the life story of stardust grains found in meteorites here on Earth, discovering where each particle came from and what it's been through along the way.
Learn more about their research:
"09.05.2016 23:13:55" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Thanks for visiting Johnson Space Center today, Disclosure!
"06.05.2016 17:00:00" Epigenomics: Your Epigenome and Environment NASA's #TwinsStudy is evaluating epigenomic changes in identical twin, retired astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly. Your environment and actions can change your DNA. The #TwinsStudy will help us learn more about how stressors can alter DNA.
"05.05.2016 19:34:52" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post On this day in 1961, Alan Shepard became the first American in space aboard the Mercury MR-3--Freedom 7.
"05.05.2016 17:00:59" Proteomics: Proteins At Work NASA's #Twins Study is following proteins in identical twin, retired astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly. Proteins are the target of drug therapies. Discovering new proteins called biomarkers enables researchers to identify diseases and tailor drug therapies
"04.05.2016 21:28:21" Timeline Photos Dr. Aaron Burton of NASA Astromaterials is studying how a cell phone-sized DNA sequencer could identify changes in DNA during spaceflight or diagnose sick crew members aboard the International Space Station.
What are the benefits of a DNA sequencer that
"04.05.2016 20:49:45" International Space Station #MayThe4thBeWithYou!
Learn more about Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites (SPHERES), the real droids we put to work on space station: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/experiments/311.html
"04.05.2016 18:54:10" International Space Station #MayThe4thBeWithYou, whether you are orbiting on a space station 250 miles above planet Earth or in a galaxy far, far away!
Learn how you can #SpotTheStation from your home in the universe:
"04.05.2016 18:18:19" Transcriptomics: Releasing the Messengers NASA's #TwinsStudy is evaluating how genes are turned on and off by following the RNA and transcriptomes of retired astronauts and identical twins Scott and Mark Kelly.
This is important because when people get diseases their transcriptome changes. This
"03.05.2016 22:43:35" Genomics: Genome, The Long and Winding Road Did you know you can string your DNA to Pluto and back? This NASA #TwinsStudy video explains:
"03.05.2016 21:24:38" 0:07 / 4:06 (Video 2 of 8) Genomics: Genome, The Long and Wind... If you were to uncoil all your DNA in your body and string it end-to-end, it could stretch to Pluto and back. Imagine the amount of data produced if you were to sequence it.
With the support of astronauts as they explore space, researchers can use omics
"02.05.2016 22:32:57" nasa.gov Exploring an Asteroid Without Leaving Earth One building at JSC houses a spacecraft that will bring its 10th crew face-to-face with an asteroid on May 2. HERA – the Human Exploration Research Analog – is one of several analogs used by the Human Research Program to research ways to help NASA move Today a 4-person crew comes face-to-face with an asteroid without leaving Earth.
The crew will test hardware prototypes to get “the bugs worked out” before they are used in off-Earth missions. They will conduct experiments involving plants, brine shrimp,
"02.05.2016 22:05:11" Timeline Photos Dr. Susan Lederer of NASA Astromaterials used the UKIRT Telescope located on Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii to confirm the existence of promising exoplanets.
"For such a small, cool star giving off so much of its light in the infrared, the UKIRT
"02.05.2016 17:25:41" nasa.gov Promising Worlds Found Around Nearby Ultra-cool Dwarf Star TRAPPIST-1 is an ultra-cool dwarf star — it is much cooler and redder than the Sun. A team of astronomers, including Susan M. Lederer of Johnson Space Center, found an ultra-cool dwarf star with three planets orbiting around it.
"29.04.2016 22:14:22" nasa.gov Space Station Scientists, Astronauts to Visit North Carolina NASA astronauts and scientists will visit the Research Triangle Region in North Carolina May 3-6 to share the accomplishments and opportunities for research aboard the International Space Station. In North Carolina? Come meet astronauts and learn about the International Space Station next week, May 3-6!
"29.04.2016 21:34:31" NASA's Orion Spacecraft Meet musician and acoustic engineer Aron Hozman. Aron is part of the team at NASA Glenn's Plum Brook Station in Ohio that gives Orion a thorough sound check. He is in charge of blasting Orion with more than 140 dB of sound, louder than an AC/DC concert,
"29.04.2016 16:45:00" ustream.tv NASA JSC ========================================================================= The NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) is located in Houston, Texas. JSC is known as the NASA Mission Control Center (MCC) for the Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, Space Shuttle and Tune in now to see 50 students from 5 Houston Independent School District schools participate in the High School Challenge - Robotic Assistive Devices.
The students are testing their devices here on our robotics test floor with the help of real NASA
"28.04.2016 18:02:02" NASA JSC Education What makes a good leader? Apollo 13 Flight Director, Gene Kranz, says "listening skills and TRUST”. Last night, in historic mission control at NASA's Johnson Space Center, Gene wowed 100Kin10 participants with his talk about teamwork and The #100kin10Summit is taking place this week here on site and at Space Center Houston. The goal of 100Kin10 is to train and retain 100,000 new STEM teachers by 2021. Happy to inspire them as they reach the halfway point of that 10 year goal!
"27.04.2016 20:46:00" nasa.gov Simulators Give Astronauts Glimpse of Future Flights NASA's Commercial Crew astronauts evaluated mission simulators at Boeing's St. Louis facility by flying segments of missions like those to be performed by the company's CST-100 Starliner. “These simulators have touchscreen displays, which means they are more versatile than previous spacecraft trainers,” said Williams. “We can run multiple simulations by just changing software and then put that same software into a bigger crew simulator,
"27.04.2016 16:56:36" HERA Snapchat How can we explore an asteroid without leaving Earth? Add NASA on Snapchat for a behind-the-scenes look inside the Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) where 4 people will live for 30 days. https://www.snapchat.com/add/nasa
More about HERA:
"26.04.2016 19:49:22" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post University students tested spacewalk tool prototypes underwater at our Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory today! The tools were designed with a mission to an asteroid in mind, and the testing simulated how they would perform in microgravity.
"25.04.2016 19:36:39" NASA JSC Education Week 1 of Micro-g NExT is underway at the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory! Students from seven universities are here to test their tools that may one day be used in astronaut spacewalk training.
Participating schools include The University of Alabama,
"25.04.2016 00:43:42" Timeline Photos Join a Reddit Ask Me Anything with Astronaut Kjell Lindgren and twin study investigators tomorrow at 11 a.m. ET: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/142813680869/twins-study-reddit-ama
"25.04.2016 00:30:11" International Space Station Congratulations to ESA - European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake for running the #LondonMarathon in space today! Bungee cords required.
"22.04.2016 20:55:02" Timeline Photos Instruments on the space station are measuring ocean surface wind to help with weather prediction, including hurricane monitoring.
NASA works #24Seven for Earth. What are you doing this #EarthDay? http://www.nasa.gov/24Seven
"22.04.2016 20:53:02" Timeline Photos OMG, the Oceans Melting Greenland mission, is studying an ice sheet 3 times the size of Texas.
#24Seven NASA Earth science. Share what you're doing to celebrate #EarthDay. http://www.nasa.gov/24Seven
"22.04.2016 19:17:02" Timeline Photos OMG, or the Oceans Melting Greenland mission, is paving the way for sea level rise research.
We work #24Seven to understand our planet. What are you doing this #EarthDay? http://www.nasa.gov/24Seven
"22.04.2016 18:54:29" International Space Station Dr. Lisa Vanderbloemen, manager of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit at NASA's Johnson Space Center, talks about the pictures of Earth captured by International Space Station crew members. For more pictures... http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov
"22.04.2016 14:30:15" International Space Station Happy #EarthDay! Let's kick it off with some beautiful views of our home planet from the space station.
Available in Ultra High Definition (4K) on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFDeNcu3mnc Happy #EarthDay! Enjoy some beautiful views of our home planet from the International Space Station.
"22.04.2016 12:55:02" Timeline Photos Today, Earth Day, we're giving you a behind the scenes look at all we do in Earth science -- and the people who are working to better understand our home planet, every minute of every day.
Now show us your day! How do you make our planet a better place
"22.04.2016 01:24:56" Omics: Exploring Space Through You (Video 1 of 8) What is omics? Learn more about how NASA's Twins Study is exploring the emerging field of research: http://www.nasa.gov/content/exploring-space-through-you-omics
"21.04.2016 20:03:08" HuffPost Science & Tech HuffPost's Sam Stein is joined by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration astronaut Barry "Butch" Wilmore, who just returned from the International Space Station. Send us your questions and comments below!
"21.04.2016 18:24:55" Timeline Photos NASA Astronaut Butch Wilmore will be going live on the HuffPost Science & Tech page at 4 p.m. EDT! Don't forget to join and ask questions in the comments.
"21.04.2016 18:03:00" Space Station Crew Members Share Their Experience Last night at Space Center Houston, NASA employees and the community gathered to hear from recent International Space Station crew members including astronauts and cosmonauts from Expeditions 44/45/46 and the one-year mission.
"21.04.2016 17:21:29" pv.webbyawards.com Who should win a Webby for Social / Best Overall Social Presence? Vote now. Vote with me! – April 5th–21st. It's the final countdown! Thank you for nominating NASA for The Webby Awards for the best overall social presence. We love bringing the universe to you. 13 hours left to vote.
"21.04.2016 16:11:38" International Space Station This stunning Aurora Borealis from the space station in ultra-high definition (4K) is completely mesmerizing.
Watch full screen on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBJAR3-UvSQ&feature=youtu.be
Auroras are a space weather phenomenon that occur
"20.04.2016 22:26:12" NASA JSC Education Be sure to tune in to NASA TV tomorrow at 12:10pm (CT) to see students from Columbia Business School chat live with International Space Station astronaut Tim Kopra!
To watch NASA TV online, go to: www.nasa.gov/ntv
"19.04.2016 21:42:00" Timeline Photos Hey Houston! Come out to Space Center Houston tomorrow at 6:30pm CT to hear from International Space Station crew members and relive recent missions.
"19.04.2016 20:07:36" International Space Station Explore the beauty of our planet from the space station in Ultra High Definition 4K video.
NASA monitors Earth's vital signs from land, air and space with a fleet of satellites and ambitious airborne and ground-based observation campaigns. The
"19.04.2016 16:04:00" HuffPost Science & Tech We're hosting a Facebook Live event with NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration astronaut Butch Wilmore on Thursday! Watch and ask questions here. Join in a Facebook Live with Astronaut Butch Wilmore on the HuffPost Science & Tech page on Thursday at 4 p.m. ET.
"19.04.2016 14:09:41" Timeline Photos NASA astronauts and scientists are in the Washington metro area today through Thursday to share the accomplishments and opportunities for research aboard the International Space Station. There are several public events you can join if you're in the
"16.04.2016 20:37:40" nasa.gov Space Station Scientists, Astronauts to Visit Washington NASA astronauts and scientists will visit the Washington metro area April 19-21 to share the accomplishments and opportunities for research aboard the International Space Station. International Space Station scientists and astronauts will be in the Washington D.C. area next week April 19-21 to share the accomplishments and opportunities for research aboard the International Space Station. Several opportunities are open to the
"16.04.2016 11:27:54" International Space Station The first human-rated expandable structure to be flown in space is now attached to the International Space Station!
The Bigelow Aerospace Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) was successfully installed to the station at 5:36 a.m. EDT, a huge step for The first human-rated expandable module is now attached to the International Space Station! The first step in the ability to use expandable habitats for deep space exploration.
"15.04.2016 15:28:48" Meteorites Help Answer Questions About Solar System Evolution Nearly 570 meteorite samples from asteroids, planets and other bodies of our solar system were recovered in Antarctica and are now in Houston so scientists can study them and help us better understand our solar system.
The Antarctic Search for Meteorites
"14.04.2016 18:45:11" nasa.gov NASA Blasts Orion Service Module with Giant Horns Engineers and technicians moved the Orion service module test article into the Reverberant Acoustic Test Facility at NASA Glenn Research Center's Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio on Friday, April 8. NASA's Orion Spacecraft test article will be blasted with at least 152 decibels and 20-10,000 hertz of sound pressure and vibration to simulate the intense sounds the service module will be subjected to during launch and ascent into space atop NASA's
"14.04.2016 17:47:58" Science Channel Hi! I'm Astronaut Jessica Meir here to answer your questions about all things space! #SciFest
"12.04.2016 20:32:14" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post #OTD 55 years ago, Yuri Gagarin began humankind's journey away from its home planet when he launched aboard Vostok 1 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
"12.04.2016 20:17:08" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post #OTD in 1981, a new era of human spaceflight began with Space Shuttle's first launch. The STS-1 crew, John Young and Robert Crippen, took flight aboard the Columbia orbiter from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
"11.04.2016 19:06:59" AFN United Kingdom RAF Lakenheath recently had a visit from Astronaut, Dr. Kjell Lindgren. Having recently returned from a trip to the International Space Station, Dr. Lindgren visited his old middle school and high school to talk to the students about hard work and where NASA Astronaut Kjell Lindren visited his old middle and high schools to tell the current students about his mission to the International Space Station.
Becoming an astronaut, or anything really, is not something that happens easily for everyone. Kjell
"11.04.2016 18:21:37" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Mission Control was hard at work this weekend monitoring the capture of a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft that delivered about 7,000 pounds of science and supplies to the International Space Station. For the first time, two U.S. commercial companies
"10.04.2016 12:14:34" International Space Station Astronaut Tim Peake of the European Space Agency, with the assistance of NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams, successfully captured the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft with the station's robotic Canadarm2 at 7:23 a.m. EDT/11:23 a.m. UTC.
"09.04.2016 22:08:21" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post The LA Lakers took time out of their day to study up on rockets and the International Space Station before their game tomorrow in Houston.
"09.04.2016 16:24:12" International Space Station Are you going to be up for the Sunday morning delivery from the SpaceX Dragon? Watch astronaut Tim Peake capture Dragon beginning at 4:30 a.m. EDT/8:30 a.m. UTC on NASA TV. http://www.ustream.tv/nasahdtv The SpaceX Dragon arrives at the International Space Station Sunday morning. Watch the robotic capture and installation live on NASA TV. http://www.ustream.tv./nasahdtv
"08.04.2016 23:27:42" Timeline Photos Moxie Raia checks out our space suits. It's a good look. Thanks for the visit!
"08.04.2016 23:24:49" Timeline Photos Where are you now? Flying through the International Space Station mockups at NASA. Thanks for the visit, Justin Bieber!
"08.04.2016 21:43:40" International Space Station The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the Dragon spacecraft carrying the Bigelow Aerospace Expandable Activity Module launched on time from NASA's Kennedy Space Center and his headed to the International Space Station Sunday morning. SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft launches nearly 7,000 pounds of science and supplies successfully from NASA's Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station!
"06.04.2016 22:45:39" Dani Pedrosa Takes on NASA MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa takes a ride in our Modular Robotic Vehicle. He's used to a wild ride, but not one made for space exploration.
This fully electric vehicles features fly-by-wire technology and four indepentent wheels that allow it to drive
"06.04.2016 21:30:36" Earth Expeditions: Oceans Melting Greenland OMG! A team of researchers from NASA Aeronautics, NASA Johnson, and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory are serious about pioneering climate change research methods with the new Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) mission.
To learn more about the mission, visit:
"05.04.2016 21:59:25" International Space Station Time-Lapse View of Earth's Limb from the Space Station
Bright swaths of red in the upper atmosphere, known as airglow, can be seen in this time-lapse from the space station 250 miles above.
NASA's ICON mission, with a planned launch for the summer of This time-lapse video from the International Space Station highlights the beauty of our Earth and ignites our minds to learn more about it.
"04.04.2016 21:38:34" Timeline Photos Here are the 6 people that are living in space right now. The International Space Station crew poses for a pic inside the Orbital ATK Cygnus cargo spacecraft.
"01.04.2016 19:24:45" usatoday.com Rosie the Riveter grandma inspires NASA granddaughter The B-17 bomber was hauled into the hangar, its belly part missing. One grandmother's tenacity during World War II and her success in a male-dominated field inspired her granddaughter to pursue a STEM degree and a career here at NASA. via USA TODAY
"01.04.2016 18:26:42" Timeline Photos Engineers are evaluating how crews inside a mockup of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft interact with controllers that they will use to maneuver the spacecraft during missions to deep space destinations while in their suits.
"28.03.2016 18:33:50" postitforward.tumblr.com Women's History Month: Ellen Ochoa Dr. Ellen Ochoa is the first Hispanic director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center and the first Hispanic woman to go to space. “I realized, really for the first time, that people who didn’t even know me were wishing for my success — hoping to share in the pride of future accomplishments, but even more important, willing to provide encouragement in the face of disappointments. I
"26.03.2016 20:19:29" NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams A closer look at the peaks of Mount #Kilimanjaro.
"26.03.2016 11:16:07" International Space Station Astronaut Tim Kopra successfully captured Orbital ATK's Cygnus cargo vehicle at 6:51 a.m. EDT/10:51 p.m. UTC. Installation of the Cygnus spacecraft to the space station is expected to be completed by 9:25 a.m.
"24.03.2016 21:17:34" nasa.tumblr.com Fun Facts About Mars Mars is a cold desert world, and is the fourth planet from the sun. It is half the diameter of Earth and has the same amount of dry land. Like Earth, Mars has seasons, polar ice caps, volcanoes,... How much do you know about Mars? Mars is a cold desert world, and is the fourth planet from the sun. It is half the diameter of Earth and has the same amount of dry land. Like Earth, Mars has seasons, polar ice caps, volcanoes, canyons and weather, but
"23.03.2016 17:09:49" International Space Station The United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket lifted off Tuesday at 11:05 p.m. EDT/3:05 a.m. UTC Wednesday, and the Orbital ATK Cygnus began its journey to the International Space Station with an arrival on March 26. http://go.nasa.gov/1S4ZXLd Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft successfully launched to the International Space Station with nearly 7,500 pounds of science and supplies Tuesday at 11:05pm ET. It will arrive at the station on March 26.
"22.03.2016 16:21:11" nasa.tumblr.com NASA's Johnson Space Center Orbital ATK's Cygnus cargo spacecraft will launch from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 11:05pm ET tonight on a mission to the International Space Station carrying nearly 7,500 pounds of new experiments and supplies. New science payloads will study fires,
"21.03.2016 23:30:38" Thomas Pesquet Un panorama 360 pris lors de la séance photo d'hier à la NASA JSC. On voit l'envers du décors, y compris le photographe et les techniciens qui ont amené le scaphandre au studio! J'espère pouvoir utiliser cette technique de photo ou de vidéo 360 à bord de ESA - European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet shares a 360-degree view of his spacesuit photo shoot. Thomas is preparing to launch to the International Space Station in November.
"21.03.2016 16:00:36" Colorado State University Live Q&A with CSU Alum and Astronaut, Kjell Lindgren
"20.03.2016 16:52:54" astropeggy.tumblr.com The NASA Village Today in the NASA Village… The Lady in Charge. Ginger Kerrick is currently the Flight Operations Directorate Assistant Director for the International Space Station. She was a Flight Director in...
"17.03.2016 15:42:07" nasa.gov NASA Television to Air Launch of Next Record-Breaking U.S. Astronaut On a second American record-breaking mission for 2016, NASA astronaut Jeff Williams is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station at 5:26 p.m. EDT Friday, March 18, with cosmonauts Alexey Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka of the Russian space NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams and his crewmates Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin will launch to the space station this Friday at 5:26 p.m. NASA TV coverage begins at 4:30 p.m. EDT. Watch live at ustream.tv/NASAHDTV!
"14.03.2016 15:41:35" jpl.nasa.gov Take the Pi in the Sky Challenge Slideshow | NASA/JPL Edu Can you use π (pi) to solve these stellar math problems faced by NASA scientists and engineers? Happy Pi Day! Can you use π (pi) to solve these stellar math problems faced by NASA scientists and engineers?
"11.03.2016 22:29:01" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration After living off the planet for 340 days and returning to Earth on March 2, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly will retire from NASA, effective April 1. Kelly will continue to participate in the ongoing research related to his #YearInSpace mission aboard the
"11.03.2016 18:11:21" International Space Station Thanks to Project Sidekick, crew members aboard the International Space Station have taken the first steps towards using augmented reality to get assistance when and where they need it.
Project Sidekick uses Microsoft’s HoloLens device and arrived in
"10.03.2016 23:55:57" ARISS: 1,000 Calls and Counting Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) celebrated their 1,000th call today! ARISS has been inspiring the next generation of explorers by connecting students directly with crew members aboard station for more than 15 years.
"09.03.2016 00:00:24" International Space Station Watch tomorrow for a briefing with a team of astronauts who will launch to the International Space Station on June 21, including NASA’s Kate Rubins, at 2 p.m. EST. Live at ustream.tv/NASAHDTV.
Before joining the astronaut corps in 2009, Kate Rubins
"08.03.2016 21:28:31" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration The total solar #Eclipse2016 happens today starting at 8 p.m. EST. Not in Southeast Asia to see it? No worries, we have you covered! Watch it online: https://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
"08.03.2016 17:48:48" Timeline Photos The women in our astronaut corps are pushing the boundaries of exploration. Happy International Women's Day!
"08.03.2016 17:05:10" WIRED We laughed. We cried. We watched our dreams of going to space burst. Watch as Brent Rose finds out what it really takes to be an astronaut.
"03.03.2016 22:51:26" International Space Station Tomorrow, March 4, at 11 a.m. EST, ask researchers and medical doctors anything about #YearInSpace science during our reddit AMA!
"03.03.2016 22:33:40" nasa.gov NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, Researchers Discuss One-Year Mission NASA will share the completion of American astronaut Scott Kelly’s one-year mission aboard the International Space Station with live television coverage of his return to Houston on Wednesday, March 2, and two news briefings on Friday, March 4. Learn more about the #YearInSpace during two briefings tomorrow on NASA TV. Watch live starting at 1 p.m. EST at ustream.tv/NASAHDTV. Also, catch NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly on Facebook live at 1:30 p.m. EST on the International Space Station Facebook
"03.03.2016 21:46:05" U.S. Department of Energy Today’s woman in #STEM is best known as the first African American woman in space, but she is also an accomplished dancer, medical doctor, holds multiple honorary degrees and currently runs a company that develops medical technology.
Who is she? (Check
"03.03.2016 09:24:54" Timeline Photos On Snapchat? Check out today's Live Story about NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly's "Return to Earth" and add NASA to get space snaps!
"03.03.2016 09:24:20" International Space Station After a historic #YearInSpace mission aboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly landed in Houston, his home. This is the first time he's seen his family in almost a year. Scott was greeted by the Second Lady of the United States
"03.03.2016 08:10:48" International Space Station "This mission is the latest achievement is our country's space program - but it's not the last. There will be more. It's in our DNA of our country to explore, and we must never stop doing this. We must lead, we must learn, and we must discover." -NASA
"03.03.2016 08:10:34" International Space Station Home, sweet, home! NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly is back on American soil and sees his family for the first time in nearly a year.
"03.03.2016 04:40:33" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Dr. Biden toured NASA's Johnson Space Center today with JSC Director Ellen Ochoa, astronaut Kjell Lindgren, former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly and high school students from Aberdeen, Md. Also in attendance were NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden and other
"03.03.2016 00:25:50" nasa.gov Update on NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly’s Return to Houston NASA astronaut Scott Kelly now is expected to return to Houston at about 12:55 a.m. EST Thursday (11:55 p.m. CST Wednesday, March 2), based on the current transportation plan. NASA Television will broadcast Kelly’s arrival back on U.S. soil after an Update: After a #YearInSpace, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly returns to the U.S.! We are excited to welcome him home to Houston. Watch live at 2:15 am EST at ustream.tv/NASAHDTV.
Second Lady of the United States Dr. Jill Biden, Assistant to the President for
"02.03.2016 07:13:50" International Space Station NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and Cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Sergey Volkov safely landed back on Earth in their Soyuz spacecraft at 11:26 p.m. EST.
Kelly and Kornienko completed a record-setting one-year mission conducting almost 400 investigations to
"02.03.2016 06:36:40" Welcome Home, Scott Kelly! Welcome home, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly! After a nearly a year in space, Scott lands safely back on Earth. During the record-setting one-year mission, the station crew conducted almost 400 investigations to advance NASA’s mission and benefit all of
"01.03.2016 22:40:23" Timeline Photos Mission control monitors as the International Space Station hatches close and the #YearInSpace crew prepares to head home. Watch them undock at 8:05pm ET at ustream.tv/NASAHDTV.
"01.03.2016 20:59:41" Timeline Photos Watch live as astronaut Scott Kelly returns home from his #YearInSpace mission today. Live coverage streaming online starts with farewell and hatch closure at 4:15 p.m. EST.
See full schedule & viewing details: http://go.nasa.gov/1T6vj9D
Watch live at:
"01.03.2016 19:15:32" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Astronaut Victor Glover speaks to students as part of a #WeekAtTheLabs session our African American Employee Resource Group hosted at Space Center Houston this morning.
From February 29 to March 5, the My Brother’s Keeper and Council on Women and Girls
"01.03.2016 15:47:05" International Space Station Today's the day! NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly will depart the space station and land back on Earth tonight, becoming the first American to spend a year in space. Watch it all live at ustream.tv/NASAHDTV or on the NASA app. For times and details, visit:
"29.02.2016 23:14:39" International Space Station It's no secret that NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly has taken some amazing pictures during his #YearInSpace mission. Check out some of the best and tune in to his return to Earth on March 1:
"29.02.2016 22:51:44" An international team of engineers successfully tested one of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft's solar arrays today to make sure it can properly unfurl. The deployment of the 24-foot wing qualification model was an important first step to verify the spacecraft’s
"29.02.2016 15:11:44" nasa.gov www.nasa.gov Tomorrow. NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly returns to Earth from a #YearInSpace. Find out when and how to watch live...
"29.02.2016 01:16:41" nasa.gov Nine Real NASA Technologies in 'The Martian' Andy Weir’s “The Martian” tells the story of Mark Watney, a NASA astronaut stranded on Mars. He must improvise and innovate to survive. NASA is already working on some of the technologies he uses to try to stay alive. Rooting for The Martian at the Oscars? Learn about the real tech for our #JourneyToMars.
"27.02.2016 19:48:14" cdn.makeagif.com makeagif.com The first African American woman in space was Mae Jemison. #BlackHistoryMonth
"25.02.2016 22:26:17" International Space Station Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly before he completes his #YearInSpace mission on the International Space Station. http://cnn.it/1LGkN1g
"25.02.2016 22:11:43" Timeline Photos The crew inside the Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) exited the habitat for the first time in 30 days, successfully completing their simulated mission to an asteroid! This HERA mission might be over, but it’s only one of many 30-day simulations to
"25.02.2016 18:18:00" cdn.makeagif.com makeagif.com NASA administrator Charles Bolden was an astronaut and spent over 680 hours in space. President Barack Obama announced Bolden's nomination in 2009. #BlackHistoryMonth
"25.02.2016 17:00:14" International Space Station Eating, walking, coffee. It's different in space. When NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly returns to Earth after his #YearInSpace mission on Tuesday, he will have some readjusting to do.
"24.02.2016 23:16:53" vevo.com Drag Me Down - One Direction I'm watching "Drag Me Down" by One Direction Congrats to One Direction on their #BRITs2016 win for the 'Drag Me Down' music video! We are glad we could be part of it.
Check out the video, filmed on our campus.
"24.02.2016 20:49:21" At NASA Glenn's Plum Brook Station in Ohio, engineers are preparing for the first major test in the campaign to verify the structural integrity of Orion’s service module for Exploration Mission-1, the spacecraft’s first flight atop the agency’s Space
"23.02.2016 22:45:09" nasa.gov Scott Kelly Returns, but Science for NASA’s Journey to Mars Continues Scott Kelly Returns, but Science for NASA’s Journey to Mars Continues When NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly returns to Earth next Tuesday, his one-year mission on the International Space Station will come to an end. But scientists on the ground will continue collecting and analyzing data for another year to help learn more about
"23.02.2016 21:04:59" Preparing America for Deep Space Exploration Episode 12: Built... How are we getting ready for deep space human exploration missions thousands of miles beyond the moon? Check out some of the progress NASA’s Orion Spacecraft, NASA's Space Launch System and the NASA's Kennedy Space Center ground systems teams have made
"23.02.2016 17:30:00" International Space Station Only one week remains until NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly returns to Earth after his historic #YearInSpace mission. Here are 10 things to know...
"22.02.2016 17:00:23" cdn.makeagif.com makeagif.com The 200th person to walk in space, NASA Astronaut Alvin Drew, found out he would fly only four months before his launch date. Normally, astronauts know when they will fly years before their mission. #BlackHistoryMonth
"21.02.2016 20:11:24" Timeline Photos Happy Birthday to the commander of the International Space Station, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, who is spending a year in space!
"19.02.2016 18:50:05" Timeline Photos More than 18,300 people applied to join NASA’s 2017 astronaut class and our journey to Mars, almost 3x the number of applications received in 2012, and far surpassing the previous record of 8,000 in 1978.
"19.02.2016 17:55:15" nas.okstate.edu NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars | National Community College Aerospace Scholars NCAS gives community college STEM students an authentic NASA experience and encourages them to finish a 2-year degree or transfer to a 4-year university to pursue a NASA-related field or career. The application for the Spring 2016 session is now open. Are you a community college student? Get a NASA experience that may lead to a NASA-related career. See how and apply now.
"19.02.2016 13:13:00" International Space Station Astronauts Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra commanded the International Space Station’s Canadarm2 robotic arm to release the Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft today at 7:26 a.m. EST / 12:26 p.m. UTC. http://go.nasa.gov/1mLOLu5
"19.02.2016 00:43:40" NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson The #NASAvillage trains us for all contingencies, even in case our spaceship lands in an unexpected location. Signal fire, tepees, and more.
"19.02.2016 00:17:33" nasa.tumblr.com 4 people are living in an isolated habitat for 30 days. Why? Science! This 30 day mission will help our researchers learn how isolation and close quarters affect individual and group behavior. This study at our Johnson Space Center prepares us for long duration space... The crew inside the Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) have completed their third week, during which they successfully assembled two robotic rovers. These rovers are designed to test various technologies that might be used on future long-duration
"17.02.2016 22:21:34" Timeline Photos It's the final countdown. We are currently accepting astronaut applications from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds and tomorrow is the last day to apply.
Apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/423817000
"16.02.2016 21:06:25" Glamour And that's a wrap for our chat with astronauts Nicole Mann and Jessica Meir!
If you want to join these amazing women at NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, you can apply to be an astronaut right here:
"16.02.2016 18:52:15" medium.com NASA’s Hiring: Here Are Some Reasons Why You Should Apply Twenty years ago this spring �� when I was a U.S. Navy test pilot who’d been interviewing with NASA to be an astronaut — … We're hiring astronauts. Here are some reasons you should apply according to Captain Mark Kelly.
1. Location, Location, Location
"16.02.2016 15:17:10" nasa.tumblr.com So you want to work at NASA? An out of this world career or internship might not be as far out of reach as you think. Check out all the ways you can get involved! If you’re a student…Our internships are the perfect place to... From students, to recent grads, to professionals, to astronauts, here's how to get your foot in the door at NASA.
"14.02.2016 23:14:33" International Space Station Roses are red, violets are blue, space flowers are red, orange, yellow, white...
Happy Valentine's Day from the International Space Station! NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly harvested space flowers today to celebrate. Why? Learning how to grow plants in s
"13.02.2016 02:36:08" nasa.tumblr.com Dreamed of Being an Astronaut? TweetChat with Astronaut Serena AuñónAstronaut Serena Auñón hosted a TweetChat where she answered your questions on what it’s like to be an astronaut. We’re currently accepting applications for the... Astronaut Serena Aunon answered your questions about being an astronaut. Here's the recap.
"11.02.2016 22:27:00" Timeline Photos Only a few days left to get your astronaut application in! Questions about the job description? Ask Astronaut Serena Aunon on Twitter tomorrow at 3pm ET using #BeAnAstronaut. https://twitter.com/AstroSerena
Apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob
"11.02.2016 20:59:26" nasa.gov Practical Advice for Aspiring Space Explorers If you've read past the title, you've probably consumed a lot of books and movies about space. Guess what? Flying in space isn't just for science fiction characters. It's a real job. Real people can apply for it, and real people—like you—can get hire Applying to be an astronaut is easy and costs you nothing. We are currently taking application for the next class now until Feb. 18: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/423817000
What's it like if you get hired? It's hands down the coolest jo
"11.02.2016 20:31:07" International Space Station NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly just surpassed 500 days in space across 4 missions, beating his own record every day for the most cumulative time in space by a NASA astronaut. 19 days till he returns from his #YearInSpace mission.
"11.02.2016 18:39:16" Timeline Photos The crew inside the Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) made it to their destination: near-Earth asteroid Geographos. They successfully collected samples from the asteroid surface and returned to the habitat in this simulated, 30-day mission.
"09.02.2016 16:55:36" Check out the first floor of the Human Exploration Research Analog habitat in 360 degrees! 4 people are living here for 30 days simulating a mission to an asteroid. Details: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/138282259964/4-people-are-living-in-an-isolated-
"08.02.2016 22:06:59" Check out the Human Exploration Research Analog habitat in 360 degrees! Explore the inside of the top floor and living quarters where 4 people are currently living for 30 days to help scientists learn more about confinement and isolation during space
"08.02.2016 15:31:48" NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly Got to see the Super Bowl in person after all! But at 17,500MPH, it didn't last long. #YearInSpace
"07.02.2016 23:13:47" NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Orion has lots of room for crew, cargo, and footballs as we go beyond earth orbit! #SuperBowlSunday
"07.02.2016 23:05:14" nasa.tumblr.com 7 Sports Astronauts Love Without Gravity (Including Football) Astronauts onboard the International Space Station spend most of their time doing science, exercising and maintaining the station. But they still have time to shoot hoops and toss around a... When astronauts first throw things on the International Space Station, everything keeps going too high. That would put a wrench in your spiral for a couple of months. But once you adjust, the perfect spiral will just keep spiraling! #SuperBowl #SB50
"07.02.2016 22:59:54" International Space Station Did you know the International Space Station is about the size of a football field? That's a lot of room for science! Facts: http://go.nasa.gov/1K6C0G3 #SuperBowlSunday #SB50
"06.02.2016 02:51:14" International Space Station Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly and Flight Engineer Tim Kopra of NASA had a conversation Feb. 5 with former President George H.W. Bush who paid a visit to Mission Control at the Johnson Space Center. Kelly’s twin brother, Mark Kelly and his wife,
"05.02.2016 22:44:15" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We’re saddened by the loss of astronaut Edgar Mitchell. He served as a lunar module pilot on Apollo 14, and was one of twelve American astronauts to walk on the moon. We salute his life and work, pushing the boundaries of exploration: http://go.nasa.
"04.02.2016 19:20:52" nasa.gov NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Assembled The 18th and final primary mirror segment is installed on what will be the biggest and most powerful space telescope ever launched. The final mirror installation Wednesday at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland marks an importan The 18th and final primary mirror has been installed on the NASA Webb Telescope, indicating the culmination of over a decade of work. This telescope will be the biggest and most powerful telescope ever launched and will help us unravel the mysteries
"03.02.2016 23:08:24" Timeline Photos During week one, crew members living in the Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) performed a simulated spacewalk by using advanced virtual reality technology and spoke remotely (audio only!) with a group of elementary school students in Florida.
"02.02.2016 20:02:03" Timeline Photos Engineers loaded NASA’s Orion Spacecraft's pressure vessel, or underlying structure of the crew module, into a work stand at NASA's Kennedy Space Center today. The pressure vessel’s seven large pieces were welded together at NASA's Michoud Assembly F
"01.02.2016 23:11:11" nasa.gov We're Hosting a 'State of NASA’ Event at a NASA Location Nearest You NASA is opening its doors and inviting its social media followers and news media to an in-person ‘State of NASA’ event on Feb. 9, 2016, at one of the agency’s 10 field centers. Apply now to meet an astronaut and walk inside Mission Control and spacecraft mock ups at our Feb. 9 State of NASA event. The deadline to apply is tomorrow!
"01.02.2016 22:25:52" cdn.makeagif.com makeagif.com By becoming the first African American in space, Guy Bluford paved the way for diversity in spaceflight. Celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth!
"01.02.2016 19:50:15" Timeline Photos 13 years ago today...we remember the crew of #Columbia/STS-107...
"01.02.2016 18:40:36" nasa.tumblr.com 4 people are living in an isolated habitat for 30 days. Why? Science! This 30 day mission will help our researchers learn how isolation and close quarters affect individual and group behavior. This study at our Johnson Space Center prepares us for long duration space... No outside. No internet. This 30 day mission simulates a 715-day journey to a Near-Earth asteroid and will help our researchers learn how isolation and close quarters affect individual and group behavior.
"01.02.2016 16:58:52" NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Even engineers like to shake things up now and then. Anthony Thirkettle is a Principal Mechanical Engineer working on the Orion spacecraft European Service Module and explains structural testing that is now underway at NASA's Glenn Research Center Pl
"29.01.2016 20:14:40" nasa.gov We're Hosting a 'State of NASA’ Event at a NASA Location Nearest You NASA is opening its doors and inviting its social media followers and news media to an in-person ‘State of NASA’ event on Feb. 9, 2016, at one of the agency’s 10 field centers. We’re hosting a ‘State of NASA’ event! Social media followers and media, apply now for an exclusive tour.
"28.01.2016 23:27:39" Timeline Photos Today we honor the crews of Apollo 1, Challenger and Columbia, heroes who lost their lives serving America’s space program. These astronauts and their families will always be a part of the NASA family, and we will continue to honor their contribution
"28.01.2016 21:39:17" Timeline Photos 30 years ago today...we remember the crew of #Challenger...
"27.01.2016 15:05:32" Timeline Photos 49 years ago today……we remember the crew of Apollo 1……
"23.01.2016 03:35:00" nasa.tumblr.com Space Gardening 101 You can’t escape eating (or gardening!) your vegetables, even if you’re in space. On Aug. 10, astronauts on the International Space Station sampled their first space grown salad. This freshly harvest... Space Gardening 101: Use the plant pillows.
"23.01.2016 00:20:00" nasa.tumblr.com 300 Consecutive Days in Space! Today marks astronaut Scott Kelly’s 300th day in space! He, along with Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko, are testing the limits of human research during their one-year mission onboard the... What happens when you've been in space for 300 consecutive days? To start, you get Tweets from the President, play water ping pong with yourself and become a gardener. #YearInSpace
"22.01.2016 23:37:06" NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Spaceflight can be very disorienting to a brain. NeuroMapping studies help us understand if long-duration spaceflight causes any changes to the brain, including brain structure and function, motor control, and multi-tasking abilities. It also measure
"21.01.2016 21:03:12" International Space Station 300 consecutive days in space! Today, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko are 300 days into their historic #YearInSpace mission. www.nasa.gov/oneyear
"19.01.2016 22:25:21" NASA’s Orion Spacecraft How do you clean a spaceship from the inside out? Lockheed Martin technicians explain their role in keeping NASA's Orion spacecraft squeaky clean through and through. Orion's propulsion system requires rigorous cleaning and preparation prior to insta
"19.01.2016 20:15:06" International Space Station Where do astronauts get drinking water in space?
Take the full #mISSionimaginaTIon quiz to see if you have what it takes to spend a #YearInSpace: http://bit.ly/1PDuYoo
"18.01.2016 20:43:41" usajobs.gov Astronaut Candidate NASA is accepting applications for a new class of astronauts. Today, more new human spacecraft are in development in the United States (U.S.) than at any time in history, and future Astronaut Candidates will have the opportunity to explore farther in One month left to get in your astronaut application! We are recruiting for the next class of explorers and applications close Feb 18. Tag your friends who should #BeAnAstronaut...
"18.01.2016 20:37:41" NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly Honoring MLK Day from the International Space Station today. "The journey of a thousand miles begins with the smallest step." -Martin Luther King #YearInSpace
"16.01.2016 03:52:41" International Space Station The spacewalk today ended successfully but early after water was detected in NASA astronaut Tim Kopra's helmet.
Kopra and ESA - European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake completed the primary task for their spacewalk today before it was ended early
"15.01.2016 22:35:01" nasa.gov NASA Awards International Space Station Cargo Transport Contracts NASA has awarded three cargo contracts to ensure the critical science, research and technology demonstrations that are informing the agency’s journey to Mars are delivered to the International Space Station (ISS) from 2019 through 2024. The agency un Our future is bright! NASA has awarded three cargo contracts to U.S. companies Orbital ATK, SpaceX, and Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems to deliver research and supplies to the International Space Station from 2019 through 2024.
"15.01.2016 20:04:57" blogs.nasa.gov Spacewalk Ends Early After Water Detected in Helmet | Space Station The crew was never in any danger and returned to the airlock in an orderly fashion. Spacewalkers successfully completed their main task before ending the spacewalk early due to water reported in Tim Kopra's helmet. Details: https://www.facebook.com/ISS/posts/1115511755148421
"15.01.2016 13:43:23" blogs.nasa.gov U.S. and British Astronauts on First Spacewalk of 2016 | Space Station U.S. and British Astronauts on First Spacewalk of 2016 Posted on January 15, 2016 at 7:56 am by Mark Garcia. Leave a reply NASA’s Timothy Kopra and ESA’s Timothy Peake will perform 6.5 hour spacewalk on January 15. NASA astronauts Tim Kopra and Tim P NASA astronaut Tim Kopra and ESA - European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake switched their spacesuits to battery power at 7:48 a.m. EST/12:48 p.m. UTC, signifying the start of today’s spacewalk, planned for about six and a half hours, to replace a f
"13.01.2016 22:34:29" Space Center Houston #NASAHumor: Not only will you see Houston's newest international landmark when Independence Plaza opens Jan. 23, but also you will see a prime example of NASA's sense of humor. On the portion of the shuttle carrier aircraft that connects to shuttles,
"12.01.2016 23:19:46" nasa.gov NASA's Webb Successfully Completes Second Super-Cold Optical Test The James Webb Space Telescope's "pathfinder telescope," or “Pathfinder” completed its second super-cold optical test. The James Webb Space Telescope's "pathfinder telescope," completed its second super-cold optical test.
The James Webb Space Telescope is the scientific successor to the Hubble Space Telescope and will be the most powerful space telescope ever built.
"10.01.2016 17:24:00" nasa.gov Six Orion Milestones to Track in 2016 This year, engineers will make important progress developing and testing the Orion spacecraft that will send astronauts to deep space destinations on the journey to Mars. What's in store for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft in 2016?
Track these 6 milestones as engineers prepare Orion to travel thousands of miles beyond the moon on the first integrated mission of Orion and NASA's Space Launch System, known as Exploration Miss
"07.01.2016 22:58:25" glamour.com Would You Go to Mars? Meet the Four Women Astronauts Who Can't Wait to Go Mars. A next step for man? Yes, and a giant leap for womankind. "Also, from space, you can't see borders. What you see is this lonely planet. Here we all are on it, so angry at one another. I wish more people could step back and see how small Earth is and how reliant we are on one another." via GLAMOUR
"06.01.2016 23:01:27" cinespace16.org CineSpace NASA and the Houston Cinema Arts Society will offer filmmakers around the world a chance to share their works inspired by and using actual NASA imagery through "CineSpace," a new short film competition premiering at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival, The CineSpace film competition returns! Create and submit your short films inspired by and featuring imagery and video from NASA's 50-year history to the competition.
Academy Award-nominated director Richard Linklater will select the finalists, an
"06.01.2016 22:56:46" International Space Station A new crew is launching to the space station in March and they will discuss their mission during a briefing tomorrow at 2pm ET. Question for the crew? Comment below.
Watch live on NASA TV: ustream.tv/NASAHDTV
"06.01.2016 01:29:15" Timeline Photos One of the top reasons to #BeAnAstronaut - that view!
Apply today on USA JOBS: go.nasa.gov/BeAnAstronaut
This was the view out the window of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft on its first flight test in December 2014.
NASA is recruiting for the next astr
"05.01.2016 20:27:11" Airman Magazine Have you ever dreamed of going into space?
In this episode of BLUE, we meet two Air Force astronauts who share their experiences and give us a glimpse into the future of space exploration! From the Air Force to the NASA Commercial Crew Program, astronauts Colonel Robert Behnken and Colonel (Retired) Eric Boe share their stories.
"05.01.2016 17:08:43" Timeline Photos Our campus from space! NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly flew over NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston on day 283 of his #YearInSpace mission aboard the International Space Station.
Kelly is in the final months of the first-ever yearlong mission to the
"02.01.2016 02:51:36" International Space Station Here's to a new year with new possibilities. The International Space Station crew members are spending New Year's Day orbiting 250 miles above us. Who needs fireworks when you can see such a spectacular lights show from up there?
Original score writ New Year. New Possibilities. #HappyNewYear #Happy2016
"02.01.2016 02:50:48" International Space Station Happy New Year from the International Space Station!
Orbiting 250 miles above us, Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA, Flight Engineer Tim Kopra of NASA and Flight Engineer Tim Peake of the European Space Agency wished the people of Earth a
"31.12.2015 16:00:00" 2015 was a year to remember for NASA’s Johnson Space Center!
Some highlights include the 15th anniversary of continuous human presence aboard the International Space Station, the start of the #YearInSpace, milestones in NASA’s Orion Spacecraft and N
"26.12.2015 01:15:48" International Space Station Happy Holidays from 250 miles above our planet!
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA, Flight Engineer Tim Kopra of NASA and Flight Engineer Tim Peake of the European Space Agency offered their thoughts
"23.12.2015 16:44:33" Timeline Photos Is it possible to have a personalized vaccine with less side effects? NASA's Twins Study investigates NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and his twin brother Captain Mark Kelly during the one year mission.
On the International Space Station, Scott is expose
"21.12.2015 12:56:00" International Space Station NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra switched their spacesuits to battery power at 7:45 a.m. EST/12:45 p.m. UTC, signifying the start of today’s spacewalk, planned for about three hours. http://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/?p=2206
"20.12.2015 19:45:25" International Space Station International Space Station managers met Sunday and gave its approval to proceed with a spacewalk Monday at 8:10 a.m. EST/1:10 p.m. UTC. with astronauts Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra. http://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/?p=2194 International Space Station managers met Sunday and gave its approval to proceed with a spacewalk Monday at 7:10 a.m. ET/12:10 p.m. UTC. with astronauts Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra. http://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/?p=2194
"18.12.2015 19:50:05" NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Here's your backstage pass to go behind the scenes with NASA’s Orion Program. Meet the people building the spacecraft that will take humans on the journey to Mars. In this episode, Tobias Fricke, a quality engineer from Airbus Defence and Space, disc
"18.12.2015 17:55:02" International Space Station The International Space Station's mission managers are preparing for a likely unplanned spacewalk by astronauts Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra no earlier than Monday, Dec. 21. http://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/?p=2105
"17.12.2015 18:11:00" nasa.gov 7 Reasons You Should Apply to #BeAnAstronaut The Application Awakens: 7 Reasons You Should Apply to #BeAnAstronaut The Force...It's calling to you.
"16.12.2015 21:08:28" International Space Station NASA Astronaut Kjell Lindgren is home just in time for the holidays from a 141-day mission aboard the International Space Station. Our gift to you – join him here tomorrow at 11:45am ET for a Facebook Q&A.
"16.12.2015 19:26:23" Timeline Photos #5: You're not afraid of heights.
Check out 4 other signs you might be ready to #BeAnAstronaut: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/135186831409/5-signs-you-might-be-ready-to-apply-to-be-an
Applications are open from now until Feb. 18 on USA Jobs: https:/
"16.12.2015 17:34:57" Timeline Photos The new astronaut class may fly on any of four different U.S. spacecraft during their careers: the International Space Station, two NASA Commercial Crew Program spacecraft currently in development by U.S. companies, and NASA’s Orion Spacecraft deep-s
"15.12.2015 21:50:42" All Hands Magazine Do you wanna be a Spaceman? NASA is now accepting applications. Enlisted Sailors are encouraged to apply.
http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/ftrStory.asp?issue=3&id=92423 Now accepting astronaut applications! https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/423817000
"15.12.2015 21:29:23" blogs.nasa.gov New Crew Enters Station and Joins Expedition 46 | Space Station The incoming trio will spend about six-months aboard the station. New crew members Tim Kopra, Tim Peake and Yuri Malenchenko joined Expedition 46 when the hatches between the Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft and the International Space Station opened at 2:58 p.m. EST. http://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/?p=2152
"15.12.2015 15:42:20" International Space Station Watch the Expedition 46 crew members launch aboard their Soyuz rocket today for a six-hour ride to the International Space Station.
"14.12.2015 23:26:43" Spacesuit Development Follow the journey of making a spacesuit & discover two new prototype spacesuits, the PXS and the Z-2.
"14.12.2015 22:30:40" Timeline Photos There will be 3 more humans living in space tomorrow! Tune in to NASA TV at 6:03 a.m. ET on Dec. 15th to see Tim Kopra, Tim Peake, and Yuri Malenchenko launch to the International Space Station: http://www.ustream.tv/NASAHDTV
"14.12.2015 19:14:18" Timeline Photos We are now accepting applications for the newest class of astronauts. Questions about your application or the job? Join Astronaut Shannon Walker and Astronaut Selection Manager Anne Roemer for a reddit AMA at 4pm ET today.
"14.12.2015 15:32:55" usajobs.gov Astronaut Candidate NASA is accepting applications for a new class of astronauts. Today, more new human spacecraft are in development in the United States (U.S.) than at any time in history, and future Astronaut Candidates will have the opportunity to explore farther in Want to be an astronaut? We are now accepting applications for the next generation of explorers! Apply today.
"12.12.2015 17:29:38" Astronauts thank military ahead of Army-Navy game U.S. Navy Astronaut Suni Williams and Retired U.S. Army Astronaut Doug Wheelock give thanks to all those who serve in the military and cheer for the #ArmyNavyGame at the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory before a spacewalk training run.
Who are you rootin
"11.12.2015 21:28:11" Astronauts Show Off Army/Navy Spirit U.S. Navy Astronaut Suni Williams and Retired U.S. Army Astronaut Doug Wheelock cheer for the #ArmyNavyGame at the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory before a spacewalk training run.
Who are you rooting for?
"11.12.2015 17:32:01" blogs.nasa.gov Soyuz With Expedition 45 Trio Lands After 141 Days in Space | Space Station Soyuz With Expedition 45 Trio Lands After 141 Days in Space Posted on December 11, 2015 at 8:54 am by Mark Garcia. Leave a reply The Soyuz TMA-17M spacecraft undocks carrying crew members Oleg Kononenko, Kjell Lindgren and Kimiya Yui back to Earth. C
"10.12.2015 21:18:43" nasa.gov NASA Televising Return of Three Space Station Crew Members The trio will land in Kazakhstan Friday at 8:12 a.m. (7:12 p.m. Kazakhstan time) wrapping up 141 days in space.
"10.12.2015 17:14:41" NASA’s Orion Spacecraft doesn't just live at Johnson Space Center. Check out the great work being done on Orion and NASA's Space Launch System all around the country!
Between July and September, progress continued as pieces of Orion’s crew module an
"09.12.2015 22:20:55" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Proud to be part of NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration and this year’s #1 “Best Place to Work” for the 4th year running!
"08.12.2015 22:23:36" NASA JSC Education Community College Students: Only 1 week left to get your #NCAS2016 application in! This is a great opportunity to jump start your #STEM future!
Want to learn more about NASA's Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) program? Check out http://
"08.12.2015 15:58:31" apollo17.org Apollo 17 in Real-time Ben Feist: Concept, research, mission data restoration, audio/video, architecture and programming. Follow @BenFeist for updates. Chris Bennett: Visual design, interface styling and programming. 43 years ago right now, Apollo 17 was on the way to the moon. Relive every moment as if it's 1972.
"05.12.2015 20:58:54" International Space Station Launch managers deferred a Saturday launch opportunity due to high wind conditions at the pad to Sunday, Dec. 6 at 4:44 p.m. EST/9:44 p.m. UTC. This will be the fourth Orbital ATK mission to the International Space Station. Read more... http://blogs.
"04.12.2015 22:05:31" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft is poised atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket for launch to the International Space Station on a NASA mission taking more than 7,300 pounds of equipment and supplies to the orbiting laboratory. Liftoff is sche
"04.12.2015 21:26:18" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Want to see a cargo spacecraft launch? Watch live on NASA Television starting at 4:30 p.m. EST. The launch window is currently set to open at 5:33 p.m. and the likelihood of acceptable weather conditions has been set at 40%. Here are details of what’ NASA TV coverage of the Orbital ATK Cygnus launch begins at 3:30 p.m. CT, with the launch window opening at 4:33 p.m. CT. Curious what's aboard the cargo spacecraft? We've got the details for you on Tumblr.
"03.12.2015 20:52:35" Future Mars Rover Check out the wheels on that thing! This time-lapse shows the Space Exploration Vehicle which could be used to explore an asteroid, the moon, or Mars and can house two astronauts for up to 14 days with sleeping and sanitary facilities.
It can trave
"03.12.2015 01:58:19" Timeline Photos The Atlas V rocket is ready to launch science and supplies from Florida to the International Space Station on Cygnus tomorrow at 5:55pm ET. Watch on NASA TV: http://www.ustream.tv/NASAHDTV
What's on board? Details: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/
"01.12.2015 21:55:12" Timeline Photos We are accepting astronaut applications starting Dec. 14! Check the requirements and get ready to apply... http://astronauts.nasa.gov/content/broch00.htm
"01.12.2015 17:13:10" Timeline Photos Educators: Are you going to SEEC in February? You'll experience three days of complete immersion into the out-of-this world adventure of space exploration.
Never heard of SEEC? Space Exploration Educator’s Conference is an annual conference at Spa
"27.11.2015 23:50:13" Meet R5:Valkyrie You won't find the latest robot in the #BlackFriday frenzy. Meet NASA's R5: Valkyrie, the latest in humanoid robot technology designed to perform in extreme environments.
"24.11.2015 21:04:46" NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center NASA’s Flight Opportunities Program recently sent four technology experiments onboard an UPAerospace SpaceLoft sounding rocket 75 miles up into the Earth’s atmosphere from Spaceport America in New Mexico. A new deployment capability was tested in whi One of the four experiments tested was Johnson Space Center's entry, descent and landing technology for the Maraia Earth Return Capsule. The spacecraft is expected to become an inexpensive, autonomous vehicle to provide on-demand return of small scie
"24.11.2015 01:12:21" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post ICYMI: On Thursday November 19, NASA's WB-57s took a historic formation flight over the Houston area. This was the first time that all three WB-57s have been aloft simultaneously since the early 1970s, when the U.S. Air Force had an operational squad
"23.11.2015 21:12:11" International Space Station That awkward moment when you're a little too excited for #Thanksgiving. NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and Astronaut Kjell Lindgren show us what they're eating on the big day while they sneak a few bites early.
"19.11.2015 21:44:16" Timeline Photos It runs in the family. This father and son duo made a great team as sensor operators for the WB-57 flight today.
"19.11.2015 20:21:44" WB-57s Make Historic Flight Over Houston And...take off! A third WB-57 airplane joins the formation for a historic photo flight over Houston. This was the first time that three WB-57s have been aloft simultaneously since the early 1970s, when the U.S. Air Force had an operational squadron o
"18.11.2015 22:30:09" Timeline Photos Hey Houston, look up tomorrow! NASA's WB-57 aircraft will make a historic flight over the greater Houston area.
The formation will depart Ellington Field at 9:30 a.m. and embark on a photo flight. This will be the first time that three WB-57s will
"18.11.2015 16:54:05" International Space Station Companies from different industries have used the U.S. National Lab to take gravity out of the equation and the results are amazing. More details... http://go.nasa.gov/1H8Cz0r
"17.11.2015 17:23:12" insidealdine.com Exciting things are happening for Aldine ISD Carver High School student Iván Delgado! Iván spent a week with us last summer participating in the High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) program. Now he's back as a #NASAIntern...check it out! http://bit.l
"13.11.2015 18:08:11" video.foxnews.com An inside look at NASA's astronaut training program Find out if Fox News contributor Pete Hegseth has what it takes to go to Mars Get an inside look at astronaut training and see if you have what it takes to #BeAnAstronaut with Fox & Friends!
"13.11.2015 01:40:56" video.foxnews.com Firsthand look at spacecraft that will get Americans to Mars 'Fox & Friends' contributor Pete Hegseth meets the next generation of astronauts Fox & Friends gets an inside look at NASA’s Orion Spacecraft and a rover fit for a #JourneyToMars. Watch: http://bit.ly/1OGpZIl
"12.11.2015 19:53:37" Timeline Photos Our Director, Dr. Ellen Ochoa, will be honored at Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards on Nov. 14 as Hispanic Female Executive of the Year. Congrats to Ellen and all honorees! #HHCC #HHCCAWARDS
"12.11.2015 18:21:27" NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Let a tour of NASA's Johnson Space Center inspire you to be a part of NASA’s journey like it did for Joe. Learn more about Joe’s story here: http://go.nasa.gov/1RR8YJj
"11.11.2015 23:13:11" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Happy Veterans Day to all of those brave and bold men and women who have served and continue to serve to protect our freedom.
"10.11.2015 22:51:28" International Space Station How do you take a picture of the entire Earth every single day?
"06.11.2015 19:26:32" International Space Station NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren ended their spacewalk today at 2:10 p.m. EST (7:10 p.m. UTC) with the repressurization of the U.S. Quest airlock. The astronauts restored the port truss ammonia cooling system to its original configurati
"06.11.2015 11:34:21" blogs.nasa.gov Astronauts Begin Second Spacewalk to Finish Cooling System Repairs | Space Station The astronauts are embarking on the 190th spacewalk in support of space station assembly and maintenance. NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren switched their spacesuits to battery power at 6:22 a.m. EST, signifying the start of today’s spacewalk, planned for 6 hours and 30 minutes.
"05.11.2015 21:34:00" nasa.gov Be an Astronaut: NASA Seeks Explorers for Future Space Missions In anticipation of returning human spaceflight launches to American soil, and in preparation for the agency’s Journey to Mars, NASA announced it will soon begin accepting applications for the next class of astronaut candidates. With more human spacec ICYMI: We are looking for our next astronaut class. Application process opens Dec. 14.
"05.11.2015 19:01:25" Spacewalk Training Time-lapse GoPro video shows suiting up for a spacewalk, which typically takes about 3 hours on the International Space Station.
NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and NASA Astronaut Kjell Lindgren will suit up for a spacewalk tomorrow: https://blogs.nasa.
"04.11.2015 17:13:28" Timeline Photos Do you have what it takes to be an astronaut? We're opening the application process on Dec. 14, so we’ve debunked a few of the common myths about what it takes to become an astronaut: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/132538793869/5-myths-about-becoming-an
"04.11.2015 14:53:31" Timeline Photos Questions about how to #BeAnAstronaut? We are accepting applications for the next astronaut class starting Dec. 14. Bring your Q's to the NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Facebook Q&A at 5pm ET today with Astronaut Christina Hammo
"04.11.2015 14:05:01" Astronaut Recruitment Is it your dream to be an astronaut? Applications for the next NASA astronaut class opens Dec. 14! More info: www.nasa.gov/astronauts
"03.11.2015 00:37:03" nasa.gov 2000 vs Now: 15 Years of Humans on Space Station 2000 vs Now: 15 Years of Humans on Space Station In 2000, inflatable furniture was a thing. Now, an inflatable space module is a thing.
"02.11.2015 21:00:50" Timeline Photos Get this: If you are 15 or younger, you have never known a time when humans were not living in space. Today we celebrate 15 years of continuous human presence aboard the International Space Station. www.nasa.gov/station15
"02.11.2015 17:19:08" nasa.gov 15 Years on Station NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. Today marks 15 years of people living off the Earth aboard the International Space Station. There have been 1700+ research investigations in that time. #15YearsOnStation
"29.10.2015 22:04:37" Timeline Photos 15 years ago today, the Soyuz TM-31 spacecraft rolled out to the launch pad for final preparations for the launch of the Expedition 1 crew on Oct. 31, 2000 that would begin the permanent human occupancy of the International Space Station.
"29.10.2015 21:14:46" nas.okstate.edu
"28.10.2015 23:20:22" astropeggy.tumblr.com Astronaut Peggy Whitson — I am excited to be hosting my first ever tumblr... I am excited to be hosting my first ever tumblr Answer Time tomorrow, Thursday October 29 at 3pm (Eastern). Ever wonder what it’s like to be a NASA astronaut, how the NASA Village helps me train for...
"28.10.2015 19:40:44" blogs.nasa.gov NASA Astronauts Complete Their First Spacewalk | Space Station The 7-hour and 16-minute spacewalk was a first for both astronauts. NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren ended their first spacewalk today at 3:19 p.m. EDT (7:19 p.m. UTC) after seven hours and 16 minutes of upgrade tasks on the International Space Station.
"28.10.2015 16:02:47" nasa.gov 12 Facts To Make You Feel Like An Astronaut On A Spacewalk Imagine maintaining your house as you orbit the Earth 250 miles above at 17,500 mph. Imagine maintaining your house as you orbit the Earth 250 miles above at 17,500 mph. As you work, you experience a breathtaking view of the Earth below you as you soar over oceans, islands, pyramids, lights, deserts, and rivers experiencing a sunrise
"28.10.2015 15:23:38" Timeline Photos Two astronauts stepped into the vastness of space for the first time today. Watch the spacewalk live: http://www.ustream.tv/NASAHDTV
"25.10.2015 22:35:39" International Space Station This time-lapse video shows Hurricane Patricia and its eye as the International Space Station flew over the Category 5 storm Friday off the west coast of Mexico. The International Space Station captured this time-lapse video of Hurricane Patricia off the west coast of Mexico when it flew over the category 5 storm on Friday.
"24.10.2015 20:09:00" International Space Station NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly captured photos of Hurricane Patricia from 250 miles above Earth on the International Space Station.
Hurricane Patricia made landfall at 7:15 p.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 24 along the southwestern coast of Mexico and less than
"23.10.2015 00:20:09" google.com Doodle4Google From cave paintings to selfies, artists have always found creative ways of expressing themselves. Now, with the Google homepage as their canvas, we’re asking students to do the same. Young artists can doodle with any materials to show what makes them Students are invited to make their own Google doodle and Astronaut Dr. Yvonne Cagle will judge.
"22.10.2015 22:55:50" nasa.gov NASA Completes Critical Design Review for Space Launch System For the first time in almost 40 years, a NASA human-rated rocket has completed all steps needed to clear a critical design review (CDR). The agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) is the first vehicle designed to meet the challenges of the journey to Mar The most powerful rocket ever built, NASA's Space Launch System, completes the critical design review - the first time in almost 40 years a NASA human-rated rocket has completed all steps needed for this milestone.
"22.10.2015 21:11:43" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Get your jet pack kicks and prepare to launch because Family Force 5 is visiting today!
"21.10.2015 19:01:01" International Space Station NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston will host a briefing at 2 p.m. EDT (1 p.m. CDT), Thursday, to preview two upcoming spacewalks by U.S. astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren to service and upgrade hardware on the International Space Station
"20.10.2015 22:47:19" Journaling: Astronauts Chronicle Missions Journaling the Journey: Astronauts chronicle missions in prep for Mars
While on orbit, astronauts write in their personal journals at least three times per week. Journaling provides an outlet for emotions and are a personal record of events and data
"20.10.2015 01:33:33" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration President Obama made a special phone call today - all the way to the International Space Station. During his chat, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren highlighted some important things we’re doing up in space. See a breakdown of the chat on
"19.10.2015 17:08:39" Timeline Photos Senator Tom Udall toured NASA's White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico to learn more about its mission, capabilities, and #STEM education opportunities.
Learn more: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/2015/10/15/udall-impressed-white-sands-test-fa
"16.10.2015 22:17:18" Timeline Photos Who said spending a #YearInSpace was all work and no play?
NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly spends most of his time doing some serious science, but here's a glimpse of a few lighter moments along the way with the record breaking astronaut:
"16.10.2015 15:41:41" International Space Station Just before the 15th anniversary of continuous human presence on the International Space Station, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, is breaking spaceflight records. Today, Kelly begins his 383rd day living in space, surpassing U.S. astronaut Mike Fincke’s NASA's Johnson Space Center, home of the U.S. astronauts in Houston, TX, congratulates NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly on his record-breaking mission aboard the International Space Station during his #YearInSpace.
"15.10.2015 22:11:55" NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly Space station Commander and NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly shares his insights on his record-breaking one-year mission aboard the International Space Station.
"15.10.2015 21:44:46" Timeline Photos During a visit to NASA's White Sands Test Facility, Senator Tom Udall looks at hardware tested there.
"15.10.2015 18:40:01" Timeline Photos “We’re engineers and scientists working on propulsion and other technologies that will help NASA on its Journey to Mars. Ask us anything about how we will get there.”
Questions about the #JourneyToMars? Ask NASA’s Orion Spacecraft, NASA's Space Lau
"15.10.2015 16:15:30" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post #ThrowbackThursday Students from the "Gus" Virgil I. Grissom Elementary School in Houston, TX participate in education outreach activities with NASA Education Specialist Jim Poindexter on Oct. 16, 1969.
We've come a long way! Students can now video
"14.10.2015 20:58:51" Timeline Photos Tune in to the White House's "Somos Geeks: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month" Google+ Hangout at 2 p.m. CT on Thursday October 15th.
This episode of We the Geeks, or “Somos Geeks,” will shine a light on some Hispanic STEM role models and discuss
"13.10.2015 23:37:00" intern.nasa.gov Home - One Stop Shopping Initiative… - NASA OEID LaunchPad An Innovative Solution to Support the STEM workforce of tomorrow, NASA OSSI LaunchPad, NASA Intern NASA Opportunities Fellowships, NASA Questions STEM Outreach, NASA Scholarships NASA Student Ambassador, Virtual Community Education Stakeholders, Summ Want to be a NASA intern? We are looking for interns for many different positions from business to communications to engineering. Apply now: https://intern.nasa.gov/
"13.10.2015 21:21:45" nasa.tumblr.com Sing About NASA with Our Interns Each semester, interns at Johnson Space Center (JSC) have the opportunity to contribute to our agency’s missions and help us lead the frontier of human space exploration. Interns at JSC also have the... You know you want to!
Sing along with our interns in their catchy music videos
"13.10.2015 20:46:33" Espacio a Tierra - 12 de Octobre, 2015 ��Espacio a Tierra’ de la NASA te mantiene al tanto de lo que ocurre a bordo de la Estación Espacial Internacional.
"13.10.2015 18:19:44" Why would astronauts need a rover on Mars? Similar to the rover seen in 'The Martian', rovers like the Space Exploration Vehicle will allow astronauts to drive days away from their habitat to explore on a Mars mission.
"08.10.2015 21:13:35" International Space Station Radiation is real and it is a HUGE challenge of sending humans to Mars. The work aboard the International Space Station and on Earth is helping to minimize that risk. #JourneyToMars
"08.10.2015 18:04:54" NASA JSC Education Does designing and building a prototype of a spacewalk tool, and then traveling to Houston to have your tool tested in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory – which is a 6.2 million gallon indoor pool – sound exciting? If so...check out NASA's #Microg
"08.10.2015 15:15:57" nasa.gov NASA Tests Crew Exit Strategy for Orion When astronauts come home in Orion from deep-space missions, they’ll need a strategy for a safe and efficient exit. At our Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory, teams evaluate the best way for astronauts to get out of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft spacecraft after weeks or months away from Earth.
"07.10.2015 17:20:04" NASA is Good (Based off of Andy Grammer’s “Honey, I’m Good.”) Hey, hey...NASA is good
Rockets, science, engineering, and astronauts
Check out our new intern video based on Andy Grammer's hit "Honey, I'm Good."!
"07.10.2015 14:28:41" Timeline Photos Can Plants Grow with Mars Soil?
In “The Martian,” Mark Watney uses the Martian soil to grow potatoes. In reality, the soil on Mars actually does have the nutrients plants would need to survive on Mars! There may not be the right amount of nutrients
"06.10.2015 22:34:00" Sebastian Stan Discusses Astronauts Sebastian Stan, who plays an astronaut in #TheMartian movie, answers the question, "Are astronauts super-heroes?" and talks about preparing to fill those shoes in the movie.
"06.10.2015 20:38:13" International Space Station A picture is worth a thousand words, but in the case of International Space Station imagery, a picture also may be worth a thousand lives. An imaging system aboard the station, ISS SERVIR Environmental Research and Visualization System (ISERV), captu
"06.10.2015 14:55:18" Mackenzie Davis on Space Exploration and Science 'The Martian' actress Mackenzie Davis talks about science and space exploration saying, "The cool thing about science is that no matter what endeavor it is there is going to be some sort of enormous benefit."
"05.10.2015 20:35:43" app.brazenconnect.com NASA Internships, Fellowships and Scholarships The NASA Internships, Fellowships and Scholarships Virtual Career Fair will connect you with all NASA centers across the country. Engage with NASA representatives and former interns to learn about spring and summer internship opportunities available Interested in an internship at NASA? Well, now is your chance to find out how! During the NASA Internships, Fellowships, & Scholarships Virtual Career Fair on Oct. 8 from 1-5pm ET, students can “meet” with NASA personnel and ask questions about inter
"05.10.2015 17:00:00" Espacio a Tierra - 05 de octobre, 2015 ‘Espacio a Tierra’ de la NASA te mantiene al tanto de lo que ocurre a bordo de la Estación Espacial Internacional.
"05.10.2015 16:58:06" technology.nasa.gov technology.nasa.gov Mars has extreme cold and hot temperatures. This freeze-resistant hydration device allows you to drink water without it freezing in the coldest environments in space, like Mars, or on Earth, like Mount Everest.
"05.10.2015 14:42:55" news.nationalgeographic.com How Will We Get Off Mars? We know how to get to Mars. We know how to land on Mars. Now comes the hard part: figuring out how to leave. We are working on sending humans to Mars, but just as importantly getting them off Mars. Here's how via National Geographic:
"05.10.2015 01:50:50" Johnson Space Center Tour Follow along with 'The Martian' movie cast members Sebastian Stan and Mackenzie Davis as they tour NASA's Johnson Space Center and meet their real Martian counterparts working towards our journey to Mars.
"04.10.2015 21:40:28" Jessica Chastain and Astronaut Tracy Dyson Discuss Space NASA Astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson and 'The Martian' star Jessica Chastain discuss their relationship to prepare for the movie and the differences between being an astronaut and playing one on the big screen.
Jessica Chastain wonders if all the re
"04.10.2015 19:47:41" nasa.gov Nine Real NASA Technologies in 'The Martian' Andy Weir’s “The Martian” tells the story of Mark Watney, a NASA astronaut stranded on Mars. He must improvise and innovate to survive. NASA is already working on some of the technologies he uses to try to stay alive. If you saw #TheMartian this weekend, these 9 technologies should look familiar. But you may not have known that we are really working on these things for our journey to Mars.
"04.10.2015 01:11:08" Preparing for Confinement and Isolation A crew of 4 will live and work in the Human Exploration Research Analog for 51 days to simulate isolation, confinement and remote conditions similar to a mission to Mars. Researchers use this analog mission to asses many different factors including b
"03.10.2015 23:31:59" RFID Technology Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technologies could help us count our supplies on a #JourneyToMars in a matter of seconds.
These devices are used for autonomous inventory management with special interest in diverse product application and exte
"03.10.2015 00:29:00" Robo-Glove Imagine having a robotic hand. Robo-Glove is one of the technologies helping our #JourneyToMars and people on Earth.
Robo-Glove is a wearable human grasp assist device to help reduce the grasping force needed to operate tools for an extended time or
"02.10.2015 22:33:00" webmd.com Surviving Mars: Putting ‘The Martian’ to the Test The producers of Matt Damon's new movie, 'The Martian,' have said that almost everything that happens in the film is backed up by science. WebMD turned to a cadre of experts to put those claims to the test. Surviving Mars: #TheMartian Gets Put to the Test via when a NASA scientist and doctor weighs in. Via WebMD
"02.10.2015 21:32:20" nasa.tumblr.com #TheMartian movie opens today, but how much of it is real? Check out our @tumblr post for movie vs. reality: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/130352836054/the-martian-movie-and-our-real-journey-to-mars
"02.10.2015 20:24:07" NASA’s Orion Spacecraft What 5 Orion technologies will help astronauts get home safely from the #JourneyToMars? Find out in our Tumblr post: http://nasaorion.tumblr.com/post/130336679010/five-orion-technologies-that-will-help-us-get-home
"02.10.2015 17:50:39" Matt Damon on NASA's Journey to Mars "The #JourneyToMars will forever change our history books."
-#MattDamon, who plays Mark Watney in #TheMartian, speaks on NASA's journey to Mars
"02.10.2015 15:15:13" International Space Station NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly captured photos of Hurricane Joaquin from the International Space Station and wrote on Twitter, "Early morning shot of Hurricane #Joaquin from @space_station before reaching #Bahamas. Hope all is safe. #YearInSpace."
"30.09.2015 20:52:54" nasa.gov We Landed on Mars! Now Can We Walk? Walking an obstacle course on Earth is relatively easy. Walking an obstacle course after being in space for six months isn’t so simple. NASA’s Human Research Program is focusing on identifying key physical factors that contribute to a decrease in per Walking an obstacle course on Earth is relatively easy. Walking an obstacle course on Earth after being in space for six months is not quite as simple.
Research on balance countermeasures is being done on the International Space Station to ensure t
"30.09.2015 18:07:10" NASA JSC Education Exciting news for Texas high school juniors: Applications for High School Aerospace Schools (HAS) are now being accepted!
Do you have what it takes for the #JourneyToMars? Are you ready to jump start your future and explore the possibilities of a sc Texas high school juniors: Apply now for your chance to be a NASA High School Aerospace Scholar and come to NASA for an unforgettable experience!
"30.09.2015 16:41:33" International Space Station Sending humans on a #JourneyToMars is hard. Getting to Mars may take up to 6 months and making sure the body is in good condition when it arrives is one of the many challenges.
"30.09.2015 00:33:17" For #NationalCoffeeDay, take a stroll through the history of coffee in space. National Coffee Day For #NationalCoffeeDay, take a stroll through the history of coffee in space.
"28.09.2015 21:01:42" What Makes Liquid Water on Mars Possible? What is perchlorate and how is it helping us unlock the mysteries of Mars? #MarsAnnouncement
"28.09.2015 15:00:01" Espacio a Tierra - 28 de septiembre, 2015 ‘Espacio a Tierra’ de la NASA te mantiene al tanto de lo que ocurre a bordo de la Estación Espacial Internacional.
¡CONECTA CON LA ESTACIÓN ESPACIAL!
"27.09.2015 21:30:01" nasa.gov NASA to Announce Mars Mystery Solved NASA will detail a major science finding from the agency’s ongoing exploration of Mars during a news briefing at 11:30 a.m. EDT on Monday, Sept. 28 at the James Webb Auditorium at NASA Headquarters in Washington. The event will be broadcast live on N Mars mystery solved? Find out Monday at 11:30am ET at a live briefing on NASA TV. Watch on www.nasa.gov/ntv or on the NASA app.
"27.09.2015 20:07:53" nasa.gov NASA Scientist Talks Sept. 27 Supermoon Eclipse Coming soon for the first time in more than 30 years: witness a supermoon in combination with a lunar eclipse. Tonight at nightfall.
For the first time in 30+ years.
Supermoon + lunar eclipse = #SuperBloodMoon.
Noah Petro, scientist at NASA Goddard said, "As for the supermoon and a lunar eclipse occurring simultaneously, it’s just planetary dynamics. The o
"24.09.2015 17:25:05" nasa.gov NASA Selects Five New Flight Directors NASA has selected five new flight directors to manage International Space Station (ISS) operations. Five new flight directors have been selected to manage International Space Station Mission Control Center operations, bringing the total number of flight directors to only 91 in 50 years of human spaceflight.
"22.09.2015 19:51:48" Timeline Photos Can you tell which of these pictures are inner space and which are outer space? (Answer below image.)
There are 10 times more microbial cells than human cells in and on the human body, and researchers are collecting samples from the International Sp
"21.09.2015 15:00:00" Espacio a Tierra - 21 de septiembre, 2015 ‘Espacio a Tierra’ de la NASA te mantiene al tanto de lo que ocurre a bordo de la Estación Espacial Internacional.
¡CONECTA CON LA ESTACIÓN ESPACIAL!
"18.09.2015 21:14:42" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Music is in the air! Houston Grand Opera and JSC join forces for an out of this world preview performance of "O Columbia" an ode to exploration. After the event, performers mixed and mingled with JSC employees discussing the merge between space and t
"18.09.2015 19:45:05" techrepublic.com NASA shows the world its 20-year virtual reality experiment to train astronauts: The inside... NASA's Johnson Space Center told TechRepublic the whole story behind one of the most important tools it uses to train astronauts: virtual reality. Learn how the agency pulled off VR's greatest triumph. Check out this great story on how #NASA uses #VR to train astronauts for spaceflight using @vr_doug http://tek.io/1YlbvQC
"17.09.2015 22:12:26" Timeline Photos Big congratulations to JSC engineer E. Miralles on being named as one of the "20 Most Influential Latinos in Technology for 2015" by CNET en Espanol. For more information, see the story here: http://cnet.co/1UXVbkg
"17.09.2015 19:30:05" International Space Station Ahmed – NASA loves your shirt! Our #JourneyToMars needs inspired kids like you. Keep doing your #NASATech! http://go.nasa.gov/1LyVi0J
"15.09.2015 21:20:14" Photos from NASA's Johnson Space Center's post Actors Sebastian Stan and Mackenzie Davis - cast members from the upcoming movie "The Martian" – visited today to learn about our #JourneyToMars and meet astronauts and flight controllers who perform roles in real-life similar to their roles in the m
"15.09.2015 15:53:34" International Space Station What happens when you spend a #YearInSpace? Today, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly marks the halfway point of his one-year mission and this is what is happening to his body: http://go.nasa.gov/1Lw3qz8 This is what is happening to NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly's body while he spends a #YearInSpace. Today marks the halfway point of his mission.
"14.09.2015 21:19:26" Timeline Photos Watch live on NASA TV tomorrow at 10:30am ET as NASA experts discuss The Martian movie with cast members and the cast members get an inside look on what it really takes to get people to Mars: www.nasa.gov/ntv.
"14.09.2015 18:06:13" International Space Station ✔️ #YearInSpace
✔️ Lando Calrissian
We're halfway there.
Can you imagine leaving the planet for a year? Right now, two humans are pushing the limits of our knowledge on how to survive in space. American Scott Kelly and Russian Mikhail Kornienko ar Can you imagine leaving the planet for a year?
"12.09.2015 17:16:40" People.com In honor of The Martian's screening at Toronto International Film Festival, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, who is currently living and working on the International Space Station, will answer some of your questions about space today!
Leave yours in the
"12.09.2015 02:10:20" blogs.nasa.gov Three Soyuz Crew Members Wrap Up Mission on Space Station | Space Station A cache of samples from several NASA human research experiments was also returned. Three crew members from the International Space Station returned to Earth on Friday. The landing in Kazakhstan wrapped up a 168-day mission for one cosmonaut and a brief 10-day visit for two.
"11.09.2015 22:04:47" blogs.nasa.gov Soyuz With Three Crew Undocks and Expedition 45 Begins | Space Station The crew is scheduled to land at 8:51 p.m. southeast of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan. The Soyuz TMA-16M carrying Expedition 44 crew member Gennady Padalka and visiting crew members Andreas Mogensen and Aidyn Aimbetov undocked from the station at 5:29 p.m. EDT (21:29 UTC).
"08.09.2015 17:24:58" Join the NASA Village with Astronaut Peggy Whitson NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson is sharing her journey with you as she gets ready to launch to the International Space Station. Join the NASA Village and learn about what it takes to launch a person to space: http://astropeggy.tumblr.com/post/1284914968
"08.09.2015 13:35:55" twitter.com Scott Kelly on Twitter “If going to #Mars on my #YearInSpace I'd arrive soon! #JourneytoMars Who's w me @NASAInSight? http://t.co/6ozhPLnbGY” NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly got his boarding pass to Mars, have you? Fly your name to Mars aboard the NASA InSight lander: http://mars.nasa.gov/participate/send-your-name/insight/
"05.09.2015 18:06:13" NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Here's your backstage pass to go behind the scenes with the Orion Spacecraft Program. Meet the people building the spacecraft that will take humans to Mars. In this episode Lockheed Martin weld engineer, Ray Zibilich, talks about welding the spacecra
"05.09.2015 06:18:01" Timeline Photos As if the Milky Way in this photo wasn’t enough, Astronaut Kjell Lindgren captured a lightning strike from space so bright that it lights up the International Space Station’s solar panels.
Hi-res on Flickr at https://www.flickr.com/…/…/21148308935/i
"04.09.2015 23:06:27" International Space Station Then there were nine. This week on #SpaceToGround, a new crew launches making a full house of 9 people from 5 different countries aboard the space station.
"04.09.2015 17:22:50" emergencykitcookoff.org Emergency Kit Cook-Off Create a contact list of all the phone numbers of family, friends and especially work supervisors. Print it on a business card and laminate it. Provide to... more Do you have a space food recipe idea? Our space food scientists will be judging recipes for the Emergency Kit Cook-Off: http://www.emergencykitcookoff.org/
"04.09.2015 10:43:36" blogs.nasa.gov International Crew of Nine In Space Working on the Orbital Laboratory | Space Station The crew will support several hundred experiments impacting life on Earth. The International Space Station crew increased to nine crew members from five countries when the Soyuz hatch opened today at 6:15am ET/10:15 UTC.
"03.09.2015 18:02:58" International Space Station From NASA to Napa: Next time you pour a tall glass of wine, thank an unlikely source - the International Space Station.
Knowledge gained from growing food in space will help future crews be self-sufficient on a trip to Mars, but also helps prevent m
"01.09.2015 18:33:51" International Space Station Still want to be an astronaut?
Watch for more about recycling water in space: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=womKV58QTHY
"01.09.2015 15:34:16" NASA JSC Education Does designing and building a prototype of a spacewalk tool, and then traveling to Houston to have your tool tested in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory – which is a 6.2 million gallon indoor pool – sound exciting? If so...check out NASA's #Micro
"01.09.2015 01:57:59" International Space Station It's amazing what is possible when 15 nations come together for an enterprise that is bigger than themselves.
An international partnership of space agencies from the United States, Russia, Europe, Japan, and Canada have worked together for 15 years
"31.08.2015 18:26:28" mars.nasa.gov Send Your Name to Mars: Insight Send Your Name to Mars on InSight at http://go.usa.gov/3Aj3G and retrieve your frequent flyer points on NASA's Journey to Mars. This may be the closest you get to Mars! Join the mission and send your name to Mars aboard the NASA InSight lander. #JourneyToMars
InSight is a terrestrial planet explorer that will address one of the most fundamental issues of planetary and solar
"30.08.2015 20:05:01" Preparing America for Deep Space Exploration What kind of progress have we made to get humans to Mars? Check out the latest work on NASA's Space Launch System and NASA’s Orion Spacecraft.
"28.08.2015 07:55:47" blogs.nasa.gov Completed Soyuz Relocation Sets Stage for New Crew | Space Station The move of the Soyuz clears the Poisk module for the arrival of a new crew next week. Expedition 44 Commander Gennady Padalka and One-Year Crew members Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko relocated their Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft to the Zvezda service module at 3:30 a.m. EDT Friday.
"27.08.2015 23:42:23" Micro-g NeXT Undergraduate students are invited to design, build, and test a tool or device that addresses an authentic, current space exploration problem. Tools will be tested in the simulated microgravity environment of the NASA's Johnson Space Center 6.2 milli
"27.08.2015 15:39:27" nasa.gov STEM on Station NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. Educators: Back to school blues? Liven up your classroom by teaching about the International Space Station one-year mission. FREE lesson plans and resources are available on our new STEM on Station.
"26.08.2015 22:14:32" Back to school? Now it is time to start thinking careers! 50+ different careers go into making a spacesuit and over 10,000 are employed at NASA's Johnson Space Center. #SuitUp
"26.08.2015 20:15:28" nasa.gov Orion Parachute System Withstands Failure Test NASA successfully completed a dramatic test of the Orion spacecraft’s parachute system and its ability to perform in the event of a partial deployment on re-entry. NASA’s Orion Spacecraft successfully completed a dramatic test this morning when a C-17 aircraft dropped a representative capsule from its cargo bay from 35,000 feet and engineers intentionally failed two different parachutes used in the sequence tha