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"22.09.2016 13:28:33" Timeline Photos Kennedy's Launch Services Program led the successful launch of Juno aboard a United Launch Alliance #AtlasV rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. After some deep-space maneuvers in 2012 and an Earth flyby that provided a gravity assist in October
"13.09.2016 20:26:19" youtube.com Whats The Right Rocket To Launch A Robot Rockets come in lots of shapes and sizes. So what's the right rocket for a space-exploring robot? Choosing a rocket depends on three things: how much the rob... Choosing a rocket depends on three things: how much the robot weighs; how far away it's going; and what it's going to do.
"09.09.2016 17:20:22" NASA's Launch Services Program's cover photo NASA's Launch Services Program Mission Director Center at Hangar AE Cape Canaveral AIr Force Station, FL
"09.09.2016 00:22:46" OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission spacecraft solar arrays have deployed. #AtlasV has placed OSIRIS-REx in an Earth return orbit. Spacecraft deep space maneuvers and Earth flyby will take it to the asteroid Bennu.
This concludes our launch coverage of
"09.09.2016 00:08:30" We have OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission spacecraft separation! The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft escape velocity exceeds 22,000 miles per hour!
"08.09.2016 23:57:22" OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission is coasting to spacecraft separation which is expected at approximately 8:04 pm EDT(0004 GMT). The coast will bring the vehicle within range of the Canberra Deep Space Network ground station in Australia for the separation
"08.09.2016 23:26:54" NASA's Kennedy Space Center OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission blasts off on its mission #tobennuandback
"08.09.2016 23:15:10" Timeline Photos Liftoff of #AtlasV carrying OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission!!!
"08.09.2016 23:07:35" We have ignition and liftoff of #AtlasV carrying OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission!!! Go #AtlasV!! Go #Centaur!! Go OSIRIS-REx!!!
"08.09.2016 22:55:32" Weather conditions remain favorable for tonight's launch of #AtlasV OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission. We are currently in a built-in 15 minute hold. NASA Launch Manager Tim Dunn has conducted the final readiness poll for terminal count and the NASA team
"08.09.2016 22:30:08" NASA EDGE
"08.09.2016 22:27:09" NASA EDGE We go Facebook Live at 6:30 pm EDT for additional coverage of the OSIRIS-REx launch. Come join us.
"08.09.2016 22:25:23" youtube.com Countdown: The Atlas V 411 Launching OSIRIS-REx OSIRIS-REx is launching on an Atlas V 411. What does 411 stand for? Senior Vehicle Systems Engineer Mic Woltman of NASA's Launch Services Program explains. The #AtlasV launch vehicle configuration for the OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission is "411". This means the rocket has a 4-meter fairing, 1 solid rocket booster and a single (1) engine Centaur 2nd stage.
NASA LSP Vehicle Systems Engineer (VSE) Mic Woltman
"08.09.2016 21:55:08" Timeline Photos We are 1 hour 10 minutes away from the liftoff of #AtlasV OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission. The launch vehicle is currently being loaded with liquid oxygen. The upper level winds are GREEN for the entire window and the weather is 90% GO for launch.
"08.09.2016 21:06:59" youtube.com Countdown: L-Minus vs. T-Minus What is the difference between “L-minus” and “T-minus” times used during a launch countdown? Chief Engineer James Wood of NASA's Launch Services Program expl... What's the difference between L-Time and T-Time in a rocket launch countdown? James Wood, NASA LSP Chief Engineer, explains. #AtlasV
"08.09.2016 20:42:42" youtube.com Countdown: What is a Readiness Poll? Why do launch team members report they are “go” or “no-go” during a countdown? NASA Launch Manager Tim Dunn explains. NASA has conducted the cryogenic tanking poll, one of two readiness polls as part of today's #OSIRISREx #AtlasV countdown.
What is a readiness poll? NASA Launch Manager Tim Dunn explains.
"08.09.2016 19:55:01" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post Good Afternoon! Welcome to the NASA LSP coverage of the #AtlasV OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission launch. Today's 115-minute launch window opens at 7:05pm EDT (2305 GMT). Though most NASA LSP engineers are on console in Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
"08.09.2016 19:10:26" NASA EDGE LSP is looking forward to participating in the NASA EDGE shows.
"07.09.2016 19:38:55" NASA's Launch Services Program's cover photo
"07.09.2016 18:44:57" youtube.com Asteroid-Sampling Spacecraft, Atlas V Rocket Ready for Launch NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will be boosted into orbit aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air For... The #AtlasV and OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission spacecraft are ready for launch!
"06.09.2016 17:12:45" NASA's Launch Services Program's cover photo
"06.09.2016 17:12:18" OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission Tune in to hear experts from the OSIRIS-REx team talk about the mission to collect a pristine sample from an asteroid: http://nasa.gov/nasatv/
Questions? Use #askNASA on Twitter.
"01.09.2016 18:55:49" Timeline Photos Launch and mission officials gathered this morning for the OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission Flight Readiness Review and concluded that there are no issues or concerns that would preclude continuing to target launch next Thursday, Sept. 8. Liftoff aboard a
"30.08.2016 17:37:46" NASA's Launch Services Program's cover photo
"25.08.2016 19:55:02" Timeline Photos The booster and Centaur upper stage of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V vent gaseous propellant during a “wet dress rehearsal” test at Space Launch Complex 41 on Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The rocket will boost NASA's OSIRIS-REx
"25.08.2016 14:43:48" today.com Get an exclusive first look at NOAA's new weather satellite TODAY's Al Roker got an exclusive first look at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's upgraded weather satellite, which will scan the skies five times faster, with four times the image resolution while it's in orbit. In six months, this Al Roker got to check out GOES-R, a satellite that will scan the earth five times faster.
"24.08.2016 20:23:29" Timeline Photos The GOES-R satellite is here and will provide significant enhancements for weather forecasters at NOAA's National Weather Service, giving them the ability to observe the Western Hemisphere in near-real time. GOES-R will offer three times more spectral
"20.08.2016 14:30:56" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission will go #ToBennuAndBack with a sample of the asteroid to be studied for years!
"16.08.2016 19:25:55" Check out the solar array installation for OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission! In less than a month, OSIRIS-REx will go #ToBennuAndBack to retrieve a sample of the asteroid.
"10.08.2016 18:22:22" Timeline Photos We're vertical! United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket first stage booster is up at Space Launch Complex 41. With a Centaur upper stage, it will boost NASA's Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer, or
"08.08.2016 15:25:14" NASA's Launch Services Program's cover photo
"08.08.2016 15:24:57" Timeline Photos Be in a #NASASocial! You (yes, you) can see the launch of OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission on Sept. 8! Apply now: http://go.nasa.gov/2aMrhQO
"05.08.2016 19:31:24" Timeline Photos OSIRIS-REx will be the first U.S. mission to sample an asteroid, retrieve at least two ounces of surface material and return it to Earth for study.
"30.06.2016 17:36:52" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post A spacecraft designed to sample an asteroid and return that sample to Earth will depend greatly on its communications systems with Earth to relay everything from its health and status to scientific findings from making a detailed survey of the asteroid
"21.06.2016 13:58:31" Timeline Photos The Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security–Regolith Explorer, or OSIRIS-REx, spacecraft arrived at the spaceport from Buckley Air Force Base near Denver aboard an Air Force C-17, touching down on May 20 at the Shuttle Landing
"03.06.2016 18:35:34" NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft rotates on a spin table during a weight and center of gravity verification test May 24 inside the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility. OSIRIS-REx, stands for Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security
"26.05.2016 18:16:37" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post Established in 1998, we bring together technology, business, procurement, engineering best-practices, strategic planning, studies, and techniques – all instrumental components for the United States to have a dependable and secure Earth-to-space bridge
"25.05.2016 18:49:04" youtube.com Launch Services Program Sets Stage for Mission Success As Earth's bridge to space, NASA's Launch Services Program is customer-focused and continuously evolving to provide the best solutions to meet each mission's... As Earth's bridge to space, NASA's Launch Services Program is customer-focused and continuously evolving to provide the best solutions to meet each mission's unique requirements. Hear from mission customers and program officials as they explain how LSP's
"21.05.2016 16:22:46" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post Inside the Payloads Hazardous Servicing Facility high bay, engineers are removing “the birdcage” a soft, protective cover from over the Osiris-REx spacecraft. The spacecraft will launch from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on a
"21.05.2016 15:48:53" Timeline Photos The Osiris-REx spacecraft is rolling into the Payloads Hazardous Servicing Facility high bay for processing the spacecraft before it's launched from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on September 8. The spacecraft will study
"21.05.2016 15:31:19" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post Inside the airlock of the Payloads Hazardous Servicing Facility, or PHSF, engineers are removing “the lid”, a hard, protective cover from the Osiris-REx spacecraft. It is here at the PHSF that the spacecraft will be processed for launch from Space Launch
"21.05.2016 00:42:58" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post Osiris-REx is off-loaded from an Air Force C-17 aircraft at the Shuttle Landing Facility. Osiris-REx made its way from Lockheed Martin's facility near Denver, Colorado to NASA's Kennedy Space Center to be processed before launching to the asteroid Bennu
"20.05.2016 23:31:53" Timeline Photos Osiris-REx touches down at the Shuttle Landing Facility aboard an Air Force C-17 aircraft. Osiris-REx is the first U.S. mission that will return samples from an asteroid to Earth. The spacecraft will be processed at NASA's Kennedy Space Center before it
"29.04.2016 16:25:06" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post The march to launch is under way for the Joint Polar Satellite System! The United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket and its fairing arrived at Vandenberg Air Force Base in early April to begin processing for liftoff in 2017. The Joint Polar Satellite System
"27.03.2016 20:41:01" Bionic Tigers Team 1592 Tweaking the robot before final qualification match Congratulations to Bionic Tigers Team 1592 on being a semi-finalist at the Colorado FIRST Robotics Competition and winning the Quality Award this weekend!
The Quality Award celebrates machine robustness in concept and fabrication. #ColoradoFRC
"23.03.2016 13:44:54" Rocket Lab Rocket Lab's Rutherford Engine has been qualified for flight after the completion of a rigorous test program. The Rutherford engine has been created by Rocket Lab specifically for the Electron launch vehicle. As the first oxygen/hydrocarbon engine to use
"11.03.2016 15:29:08" Bionic Tigers Team 1592 Good morning! Who's ready for some robots?
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"02.02.2016 19:42:10" NASA EDGE Check out our latest video podcast titled, "Jason 3 Launch." The team provided live coverage of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA’s Jason 3 Mission launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Check it out at www.na
"29.01.2016 13:58:32" orlandosentinel.com NASA engineer retires after 48 years, 150 launches It was April 1968 when a young engineer from St. Louis arrived at Cape Canaveral to join the frenetic activity of the Apollo space program. NASA engineer retires after 48 years, 150 launches. Enjoy your retirement Joe.
"19.01.2016 21:57:01" www.youtube.com Launch of New Horizon from Kennedy Space Center Uploaded by NASAKennedy on 2016-01-19. Ten years ago today, the New Horizons spacecraft launched from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on its way to Pluto. The spacecraft gave the world its first up-close look at the dynamic, dwarf planet and continues its trek
"17.01.2016 20:32:33" nasa.gov Launch Service Program Launch Manifes 2016 - 2021 This launch is now over, but Jason-3's mission is just beginning! For future NASA launches check out LSP launch manifest.
"17.01.2016 20:29:24" Jason-3 has confirmed solar array deploy
"17.01.2016 19:58:15" youtube.com Jason-3 Spacecraft Separates from Upper Stage NASA and industry managers celebrate as the Jason-3 satellite separates from its Falcon 9 upper stage minutes after liftoff. The spacecraft will begin a miss... Control Room reactions to Jason-3 separation event. They seem pretty pleased. A lot of more work to be done but this is a great way to start a mission.
"17.01.2016 19:41:11" Jason-3 has successfully separated from the Falcon 9
"17.01.2016 19:10:02" youtube.com Liftoff of Jason-3 A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 4 at Vandenberg Air Force Base carrying the Jason-3 spacecraft. Liftoff was at 10:42 a.m. PST (1... Liftoff in the fog, Jason-3's ascent to orbit.
"17.01.2016 18:54:49" We are currently in a 45 minute coast of the Second Stage of falcon 9, the final burn will bring the spacecraft into the correct orbit for Jason-3 to perform it's checkout operations before it's science begins.
"17.01.2016 18:49:26" Stage 2 is currently 590km down range in only 7 minutes!
"17.01.2016 18:48:10" youtube.com Jason-3, Falcon 9 are "Go" for Launch In the launch control center at Vandenberg Air Force Base, NASA and contractor managers and engineers monitor progress in the countdown to launch a Falcon 9 ... Count Down Sequence
"17.01.2016 18:46:45" twitter.com NASA on Twitter “And we have liftoff of the #Jason3 satellite to monitor sea level rise. Watch: https://t.co/KX5g7zfYQe” Recap of liftoff!
"17.01.2016 18:45:17" Stage 2 Start Up!
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"17.01.2016 18:41:42" nasa.gov NASA Television | NASA NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the This Week @NASA report. Last chance to tune in! http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/
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"17.01.2016 18:17:51" twitter.com NOAA Satellites on Twitter “#Jason3 launching Sunday!!! joins Jason2 in a continuing 20-year legacy of measuring sea level rise.” After an operational checkout, Jason-3 will join it's predecessors ready too do science!
"17.01.2016 17:41:29" Timeline Photos SpaceX provided Mission Sequence of the Jason-3 Launch that will be near the West Coast of the US. Image not to scale, payload separation occurs over Africa.
"17.01.2016 17:30:51" nasa.gov www.nasa.gov #NASA_LSP provides NASA missions with assurance as opposed to commercial launches which regularly buy insurance
"17.01.2016 17:09:41" twitter.com Copernicus EU on Twitter “:-)”
"17.01.2016 17:09:12" youtube.com Weather Balloon Launch at Vandenberg Air Force Base NASA Goddard science writer Laura Betz releases a weather balloon prior to the launch of the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) on Feb. 11, 2013. Video b... Weather balloon just released will help simulations predict if the rocket can fly through the winds at altitude
"17.01.2016 17:02:05" youtube.com Inside KSC! Jan. 15, 2016 Inside KSC! this week, NASA's Launch Services Program, based at Kennedy, is preparing to launch the Jason-3 mission from Vandenberg AFB in California to moni... NASA_LSP's flight directory Tim Dunn briefs the Jason-3 Launch @InsideKSC #Jason3 #falcon9 https://youtu.be/3kYiK6Bbt3I
"17.01.2016 16:58:59" Timeline Photos Curious where the propellant tanks are in a falcon 9? There is the Jason-3 Mission as it's loading it's propellant.
"17.01.2016 16:47:41" youtube.com Jason-3 Ready for Launch atop Falcon 9 At Space Launch Complex 4 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket stands ready to boost the Jason-3 spacecraft into orbit for NO... Beautiful video of #Jason3 mission as #falcon9 loads it's propellant
"17.01.2016 16:32:22" Timeline Photos Check out the operational orbit of Jason-3!
Download Eyes on the Earth, to see the actual orbit for Jason-3 as well as the data gathered by Jason/OSTM. http://eyes.nasa.gov/
"17.01.2016 16:06:56" blogs.nasa.gov NASA's Launch Services Program If video isn't your thing, the NASA live blog is also live https://blogs.nasa.gov/jason-3/
"17.01.2016 16:06:04" nasa.gov NASA Television | NASA NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the This Week @NASA report. The NASA webcast of the Jason-3 Launch has begun! http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/
"17.01.2016 16:03:44" Timeline Photos Check out SpaceX's #falcon9 Press Kit for the #Jason3 launch today, all kinds useful information (SpaceX Jason-3 Mission Patch, Sequence of Events, Facilities details, and Mission Overview) http://bit.ly/1OyO4Ms
"17.01.2016 14:11:30" Good morning and welcome to #Jason3 launch coverage. SpaceX's Falcon 9 v1.1 will be launching the spacecraft at 1:42pm EST/10:42am PST from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
NASA Launch Manager Tim Dunn recently conducted a readiness poll a
"16.01.2016 20:26:15" At 11:11 a.m. PST, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the Jason-3 spacecraft atop was raised to the vertical position on its launch pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base Space Launch Complex 4 in California.
"16.01.2016 13:31:25" Timeline Photos The Jason-3 spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket were rolled horizontally to the launch pad yesterday and will be raised to vertical today. Launch is on track for 10:42 a.m PT Sunday.
"15.01.2016 21:32:04" Jason-3 is currently scheduled to launch at 10:42:18 a.m. PST on Sunday on a Falcon 9. The launch is from @[108653805834466:274:Vandenberg Air Force Base] and, depending on weather, will be viewable from parts of Southern California and Mexico. Jason 3 Launch Coverage Jason-3 is currently scheduled to launch at 10:42:18 a.m. PST on Sunday on a Falcon 9. The launch is from Vandenberg Air Force Base and, depending on weather, will be viewable from parts of Southern California and Mexico.
"15.01.2016 21:13:59" The Jason-3 Launch Readiness Review is complete at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and NASA Television will broadcast two news conferences beginning at 4 p.m. PST/7 p.m. EST. For the full rundown of participants in each event, visit http://go
"15.01.2016 17:42:26" The Jason-3 spacecraft has been mated to the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket at Space Launch Complex 4 on Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The spacecraft and rocket will be rolled horizontally to the launch pad later today and raised to vertical on Sa
"14.01.2016 17:23:26" Weather forecasters from the U.S. Air Force 30th Weather Squadron are predicting a 100 percent chance of favorable weather at the scheduled time for launch of Jason-3 atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Liftoff is targeted for the opening of a 30-second l
"14.01.2016 14:03:29" Timeline Photos At Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, prelaunch preparations are underway for the Jason-3 launch on Sunday, Jan. 17 at 10:42 a.m. PST. Jason-3 is an international mission led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA to contin
"13.01.2016 21:09:10" The Jason-3 spacecraft batteries have been charged and the satellite is scheduled to be mated to the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket today at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Other prelaunch preparations continue at Space Launch Complex 4 for a launch
"12.01.2016 03:03:15" blogs.nasa.gov Jason-3 SpaceX Falcon 9 Static Fire Complete for Jason-3 Posted on January 11, 2016 at 9:50 pm by Mike Curie. At Space Launch Complex 4 on Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the static test fire of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket for the upcoming Jason-3 la At Space Launch Complex 4 on Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the static test fire of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket for the upcoming Jason-3 launch was completed. Learn more and follow updates on the Jason-3 blog.
"09.01.2016 12:27:33" blogs.nasa.gov NASA's Launch Services Program Flight Readiness Review Gives “Go” to Proceed Toward Jan. 17 Launch of #Jason3 https://blogs.nasa.gov/Jason-3/
"07.01.2016 19:43:34" blogs.nasa.gov Jason-3 Flight Readiness Review and Encapsulation Tomorrow; Static Fire Planned for Saturday The first full week of 2016 has been a busy one for teams preparing NASA's Jason-3 spacecraft for its upcoming launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The Earth-observing satellite is scheduled to be seale The first full week of 2016 has been a busy one for teams preparing NASA’s Jason-3 spacecraft for its upcoming launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The Earth-observing satellite is scheduled to be seale
"31.12.2015 16:38:04" www.nasa.gov Postal Service Honors NASA Planetary Discoveries with 2016 Stamps The U.S. Postal Service has previewed the New Year’s series of stamps highlighting NASA’s Planetary Science program, including a do-over of a famous Pluto stamp commemorating the NASA New Horizons’ historic 2015 flyby. http://www.nasa.gov/feature/postal-service-honors-nasa-planetary-discoveries-with-2016-stamps/#.VoRpyZt1V4g.facebook
"23.12.2015 17:05:46" Timeline Photos Launch preparations continue at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California for the launch of Jason-3 on January 17, 2016. At Space Launch Complex 4E, the next milestone is mating the first stage booster to the second stage which is currently planned to
"17.12.2015 20:07:08" blogs.nasa.gov InSight Arrives at Vandenberg; First-Stage Booster at Pad | Kennedy Space Center InSight Arrives at Vandenberg; First-Stage Booster at Pad Posted on December 17, 2015 at 2:46 pm by Anna Heiney. Leave a reply Sections of the fairing for NASA’s InSight mission await further prelaunch processing in the west high bay of the Astrotech NASA’s InSight spacecraft is one step closer to beginning its journey to Mars now that it has arrived at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The mission is scheduled to launch from Vandenberg’s Space Launch Complex 3E in March 2016 and land on M
"14.12.2015 20:48:05" blogs.nasa.gov Engineers Attaching Jason-3 Spacecraft to Falcon 9 Rocket At Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, with the determination of a January 17, 2016, launch date for Jason-3, the spacecraft is being mated to the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket today. Launch time is 10:42:18 a.m. PST. The electrical connections with th At Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, with the determination of a January 17, 2016, launch date for Jason-3, the spacecraft is being mated to the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket today.
"11.12.2015 17:48:07" Timeline Photos The Jason-3 mission is scheduled for launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on January 17, 2016 at approximately 10:42:18 a.m. PST from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The launch window allows for a second attempt on January 18 at 10:31:04
"01.12.2015 21:18:55" Timeline Photos #Cygnus will carry CubeSats to the International Space Station, including first one built by elementary school students as part of NASA's Launch Services Program's ELaNa. There's more to find out at http://www.nasa.gov/feature/elana-ix
"19.11.2015 19:58:06" Timeline Photos Engineers are fueling the Jason-3 spacecraft today at Vandenberg AFB in California. You can read details about the Earth-observation mission at http://go.nasa.gov/1QwPJXR
"19.11.2015 18:30:38" United Launch Alliance ULA Reveals Transformational CubeSat Program http://bit.ly/1QwwbTr #ULACubeSats #STEM
"04.11.2015 18:20:30" Loss of #ORS4 experimental rocket was a bad day. We lost 2 ELaNa VII CubeSats but we always gain knowledge #LaunchingCubeSats.
"02.11.2015 17:06:06" Photos from NASA's Launch Services Program's post NASA counts on its TDRS satellites such as TDRS-L seen here to get data from its #HubbleSpaceTelescope, #InternationalSpaceStation along with weather satellites and Earth-monitoring spacecraft. That's why @NASA's Launch Services Program is so proud t
"29.10.2015 16:05:54" Timeline Photos 3D printing of satellites? We'll know how it will work when our #LaunchingCubeSats effort orbits the PrintSat made by Montana State University!
"28.10.2015 16:14:16" NASA's Launch Services Program's cover photo NASA's Launch Services Program Mission Director Center at Hangar AE Cape Canaveral AIr Force Station, FL
"28.10.2015 16:05:38" californiasciencecenter.org Space Fest 2015 Join us for Space Fest, a three-day festival at the California Science Center featuring NASA exhibits, displays and educational demonstrations honoring aeronautics and space explorations past, present and future. Come by our booth located at the CA Science Center this weekend to learn about our west coast launches at #spacefest
"28.10.2015 14:26:53" Timeline Photos We're #LaunchingCubeSats this week! One is Argus, built by Vanderbilt and St. Louis University to test modern electronics against space radiation to model better components in the future so technology can keep driving our exploration goals!
"14.10.2015 19:48:12" youtube.com Virgin Galactic Selected for Venture Class Launches Virgin Galactic’s LauncherOne is an air-launched system that can optimize each mission to customer requirements by operating from a variety of launch sites. ... Virgin Galactic was one of three Venture Class Launch Services providers selected to launch CubeSats https://youtu.be/E1z_W8de_s8
"14.10.2015 19:47:27" youtube.com Rocket Lab USA Selected for Venture Class Launches Rocket Lab USA, based in Los Angeles, plans to use its carbon-composite Electron rocket to send CubeSats into space. The Electron is powered by Rocket Lab's ... Rocket Lab USA was one of three Venture Class Launch Services providers selected to launch CubeSats. https://youtu.be/yEOCq6KcwXo
"14.10.2015 19:46:34" youtube.com Firefly Space Systems Selected for Venture Class Launches Firefly Space Systems, based in Cedar Park, Texas, is developing its Alpha vehicle that uses an aerospike first stage engine powered by refined kerosene and ... Firefly Space Systems was one of three Venture Class Launch Services providers selected to launch CubeSats. https://youtu.be/q422ZkLmcZo
"14.10.2015 19:32:01" youtube.com Venture Class Launch Services: Three Companies to Launch CubeSats NASA awarded contracts to three companies to build and operate launchers dedicated to CubeSats and small satellites. Firefly Space Systems, Rocket Lab USA an... What is Venture Class Launch Services and why are CubeSats exciting? Glad you asked! https://youtu.be/ss0axWCy6vU
"14.10.2015 18:57:31" NASA's Launch Services Program's cover photo
"14.10.2015 18:00:28" nasa.gov National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA.gov brings you the latest news, images and videos from America's space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. CubeSats offer unique opportunities at low-cost for universities and companies to gain insight into spacecraft design and provide students greater STEM chances through hands-on, practical experience in mission planning, engineering design, math, scie
"14.10.2015 17:21:42" CubeSats and SmallSats have outgrown ride-sharing experimentation and need their own dedicated launchers to take advantage of cutting-edge innovations and to advance budding technologies quicker. Follow NASA’s Venture Class Launch Services Contract A
"14.10.2015 17:10:20" Timeline Photos NASA’s Launch Services Program has awarded multiple Venture Class Launch Services contracts. Congratulations to Firefly Space Systems Inc., Rocket Lab USA Inc. and Virgin Galactic LLC. These companies will provide small satellites (SmallSats) -- also
"14.10.2015 17:01:14" nasa.gov NASA Television | NASA NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the This Week @NASA report. Watch NASA’s Venture Class Launch Services Contract Award Announcement live at www.nasa.gov/ntv #LaunchingCubeSats #AskNASA
"14.10.2015 16:20:20" Timeline Photos Find out why #LaunchingCubeSats is a big deal for technology development, research for the Earth and space exploration! http://go.nasa.gov/1LaVBBw. And if you want to know more, #askNASA so the experts can answer your questions during our 1 p.m. news
"14.10.2015 14:25:08" nasa.gov NASA Awards Venture Class Launch Services Contracts NASA's Launch Services Program (LSP) has awarded multiple Venture Class Launch Services (VCLS) contracts to provide small satellites (SmallSats) -- also called CubeSats, microsats or nanosatellites -- access to low-Earth orbit. Read about our line up that will be #LaunchingCubeSats! http://go.nasa.gov/1Gdax35. Then #AskNASA about big science in small packages and perhaps see your question answered on NASATV during 1 p.m. introduction and news conference!
"13.10.2015 15:43:26" Timeline Photos With dedicated launchers, more CubeSats will give students engineering expertise! And don't forget to #AskNASA about CubeSats and launchers ahead of tomorrow's news conference at 1 p.m. EDT! #LaunchingCubeSats
"12.10.2015 17:10:35" nasa.gov NASA Television | NASA NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the This Week @NASA report. We will introduce on Wednesday the companies building vehicles for the Venture Class vehicles for CubeSats and nanosatellites - and you can ask questions using #askNASA. The news conference kicks off at 1 p.m. EDT on NASA TV, which you can stream at
"09.10.2015 17:03:27" Timeline Photos CubeSat abilities continue to grow! From laser communications testing (more: http://go.nasa.gov/1jhSyhr) to our CubeSat launcher introduction Oct. 14! (Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1VEcyfI) #LaunchingCubeSats
"08.10.2015 19:18:59" www.youtube.com Tim Olson Interview - BisonSat NASA EDGE interviews the Principal Investigator and Faculty Advisor for Salish Kootenai College's BisonSat Team. Learn about BisonSat, one of the four CubeSats that launched to space this morning from the west coast.
"08.10.2015 14:34:37" Timeline Photos NASA #CSLI launches first CubeSat on #nrol55 built by @NASA_SpaceGrant students from Alaska on ELaNa XII. Congratulations @uafairbanks!
"08.10.2015 13:18:47" Timeline Photos Four NASA CubeSats are on their way to space aboard an Atlas V! http://go.nasa.gov/1VEcyfI #LaunchingCubeSats
"08.10.2015 12:28:04" Timeline Photos Launching from the west coast this morning at 5:49 a.m. PT are NASA CubeSats! Watch live on NASA TV. Learn more about CubeSats here: http://go.nasa.gov/1QanBXm
"07.10.2015 19:12:58" www.nasa.gov NASA to Announce Selections for Small Satellite Launch Contract NASA will host a news conference at 1 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida to announce the outcome of the Venture Class Launch Service (VCLS) competition. The news conference will air live on NASA Television Learn about the companies that will provide launch services dedicated to NASA's Launch Services Program tiny CubeSats during a news conference next week. You can also ask your own questions about the growing field of CubeSats and what opportunities w
"07.10.2015 16:08:45" www.nasa.gov Big Plans for Small Satellites Big Plans for Small Satellites: Testing Laser Communications, Formation Flying CubeSats are launching to space tomorrow from the west coast. Tune in to NASA TV today at 1:00 p.m. ET to learn more. More on the specific CubSats here: http://go.nasa.gov/1hqQ92y
"06.10.2015 18:18:03" www.nasa.gov NASA Sets Coverage Schedule for CubeSat Launch Events Thirteen NASA and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)-sponsored CubeSats are scheduled to launch aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket Thursday, Oct. 8, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Prelaunch media briefings and launch comm CubeSats represent big technology in small packages - Tune in to NASA TV tomorrow for a pair of panels about the mini-spacecraft that are to launch this week!
"17.09.2015 17:35:00" pic.twitter.com/URK6tpEUsE NASA New Horizons (@NASANewHorizons) posted a photo on Twitter Get the whole picture - and other photos from NASA New Horizons
"14.09.2015 17:50:47" Explore@NASAGoddard Explore@NASAGoddard Get Ready for Explore@NASAGoddard 2015!
We cordially invite you to experience firsthand how we conceive, design, build and test the spacecraft that explore our world, our solar system and our universe. Highlights include the Chamber of Horrors integ We look forward in participating in this event. Come by our booth to learn LSP's role in matching Goddard spacecrafts to the right rocket.
"14.09.2015 16:43:15" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Every time we explore the Red Planet we learn more. #TheMartian movie highlights some of what we've discovered on our #JourneyToMars: https://youtu.be/5dv0gYjVw2k
"11.09.2015 15:07:38" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Today, we take a moment to #Remember911 and those impacted by the tragedy: http://go.nasa.gov/1iCltNa #NeverForget
"09.09.2015 17:14:07" NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory New views: The latest images from the NASA Dawn Mission show Occator crater and its mysterious bright spots closer than ever before. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1id775R
"08.09.2015 19:48:13" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Want to send your name to Mars on our upcoming InSight lander? Last day to register is Tuesday. Get your boarding pass now: http://go.nasa.gov/1JNnfBR Today's the last day to send your name to mars. Don't miss out.
"03.09.2015 13:10:57" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We’re even closer to solving the mystery of how Mars lost its atmosphere and water. A recent study helped us to eliminate a long standing theory. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1JBY5s3 #NASABeyond
"20.08.2015 19:08:31" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We’re building a new satellite mission that will improve hurricane forecasting. Our CYGNSS mission is a constellation of eight micro satellites that will take measurements of ocean surface winds in and near the eye wall of storms. Instead of single s LSP has been working closely with CYGNSS since selected by NASA in 2012. In March of 2014, LSP selected the Orbital ATK Pegasus rocket to launch the 8 CYGNSS spacecrafts from Florida.
"19.08.2015 15:53:56" jpl.nasa.gov Send Your Name to Mars on NASA's Next Red Planet Mission Mars enthusiasts can participate in NASA's journey to Mars by adding their names to a silicon microchip headed to Mars aboard NASA's InSight Mars lander, scheduled to launch next year.
"14.08.2015 15:28:29" NASA's Launch Services Program Florida Zero Robotics students watch the finals from NASA's Kennedy Space Center This morning, middle school students around the country participated in the Zero Robotics finals. Astronauts on the International Space Station load software created by the students onto SPHERES, soccer ball sized robots. LSP uses SPHERES with the Sl
"12.08.2015 16:00:03" Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter was NASA's first use of the #Atlas V rocket and was launched 10 years ago from NASA's Kennedy Space Center. LSP purchased and certified the Atlas V 401 as well as provided the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility (PHSF) fo
"11.08.2015 17:37:03" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space enthusiasts have an opportunity to contribute to our exploration goals through the next round of the our CubeSat Launch Initiative, which gives CubeSat developers access to a low-cost pathway to conduct research in the areas of science, explora
"07.08.2015 14:28:39" NASA's Launch Services Program Astronaut Michael Hopkins enjoyed creating fluid slosh in the tank with his hands while the experiment was taken apart.
To keep consistent lighting conditions for the cameras, during experiments, the tank isn't visible to the astronauts. The surfac NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, get ready to start sloshing! At 10:30 a.m., Scott will be running NASA Slosh tests for NASA's Launch Services Program and Florida Institute of Technology in a SPHERES test session on the International Space Station.
"06.08.2015 13:58:11" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration The far side of the moon, illuminated by the sun, is seen as it crosses between our 'EPIC' camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite, and the Earth - one million miles away. Check it out: http://go.nasa.gov/1Dq0IO9 #EarthRightNo
"06.08.2015 12:57:26" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Our NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover has been driving on the Red Planet for three years, and now there are two new online tools that allow you to share in its journey! 'Mars Trek' and 'Experience Curiosity' let you explore the mysterious terrain of the Re
"28.07.2015 20:20:18" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Tomorrow, our Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will make its biggest orbit maneuver since 2006 in preparation for the next Mars lander, InSight. This new lander is scheduled to arrive on the red planet in September 2016, and we need the orbiter in a posit
"28.07.2015 20:15:58" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration See dwarf planet Ceres like never before in new maps from our NASA Dawn Mission ! A diverse topography can be seen on the surface, and official names have been determined for some of these craters and other features. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1J
"28.07.2015 14:59:36" NASA EDGE NASA's Curiosity Rover Inspects Unusual Bedrock
"28.07.2015 13:39:04" science.house.gov Full Committee Hearing - Exploration of the Solar System: From Mercury to Pluto and Beyond |... Dr. Christopher Russell, Principal Investigator, Dawn Mission; Professor of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California Los Angeles Tune in at 10 am ET today, July 28th for full committee hearing.
"28.07.2015 13:14:53" youtube.com Pluto in a Minute: Why Is It Taking So Long to Downlink Data from New Horizons? You know how we keep saying there' more data to come from New Horizons? This is why. And this is Pluto in a Minute. So part of the problem is that the spacec...
"23.07.2015 18:22:01" nasa.gov NASA’s Kepler Mission Discovers Bigger, Older Cousin to Earth NASA's Kepler mission has confirmed the first near-Earth-size planet in the “habitable zone” around a sun-like star. This discovery and the introduction of 11 other new small habitable zone candidate planets mark another milestone in the journey to f
"23.07.2015 14:09:14" youtube.com ATLO and the OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft What is ATLO? What instruments are attached to our spacecraft during this process? Find out in this video! OSIRIS-REx is on the web at AsteroidMission.org Fa...
"22.07.2015 13:26:16" nasa.gov NASA’s New Horizons Finds Second Mountain Range in Pluto’s ‘Heart’ Pluto’s icy mountains have company. NASA’s New Horizons mission has discovered a new, apparently less lofty mountain range on the lower-left edge of Pluto’s best known feature.
"20.07.2015 13:46:41" NASA's Launch Services Program Mission Director Center at Hangar AE Cape Canaveral AIr Force Station, FL
"17.07.2015 17:04:35" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Don’t miss our briefing today at 1 p.m. EDT where we’ll release NEW images from the New Horizons #PlutoFlyby! Have questions? Use #askNASA: http://go.nasa.gov/1LqBIao
"17.07.2015 13:30:11" youtube.com Inside KSC! July 17, 2015 with Ian Ziering Fins up everyone! Sharknado's Ian Ziering guest-hosts this week's Inside KSC! NASA named four astronauts to work closely with Commercial Crew companies for u...
"16.07.2015 16:27:31" New Horizons That's all, folks! We're out of "encounter mode" & back in "cruise mode." But, we'll keep picturing a receding Pluto & Charon. #PlutoFlyBy
"16.07.2015 13:44:30" NASA Solar System Exploration Pluto through the years - from Clyde Tombaugh to New Horizons. #PlutoFlyby
It's even better in .GIF: http://go.nasa.gov/1SnLN8p
"15.07.2015 20:12:22" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Zoom into Pluto & discover mountains, seen during yesterday's New Horizons mission #PlutoFlyby: http://go.nasa.gov/1CExavV
"15.07.2015 02:03:07" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Pluto and its large moon Charon shine in false color! New Horizons images highlight these truly complex worlds. These are not actual color images—they are shown here in exaggerated colors that make it easy to note the differences in surface material
"14.07.2015 14:22:20" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Have questions about today's #PlutoFlyby by our New Horizons spacecraft? Members of the New Horizons Teams will be answering your questions on social media today:
- Noon ET: Join the New Horizons team on Reddit for an 'Ask us Anything' AMA session:
"14.07.2015 14:00:10" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration After a decade-long journey through our solar system, our New Horizons spacecraft made its closest approach to Pluto today, about 7,750 miles above the surface -- roughly the same distance from New York to Mumbai, India - making it the first-ever spa
"14.07.2015 12:37:32" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration YES! After over 9 years & 3+ billion miles, our NASA NewHorizons spacecraft's #PlutoFlyby was at 7:49 a.m. ET. Watch our news briefing live at 8 a.m. EDT: http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
"14.07.2015 11:44:16" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Celebrate with us! Watch our live coverage of New Horizons mission team celebration on NASA TV. #PlutoFlyby is at 7:49 a.m. EDT. LIVE NOW: http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
In this image, members of the New Horizons science team react to seeing the spacecr
"13.07.2015 15:00:42" on.flatoday.com New Horizons set to write book on Pluto The probe launched from Cape Canaveral in 2006 will fly through the Pluto system Tuesday. At the risk of an upset stomach, Chuck Tatro plans to make good on a nearly decade-old promise Tuesday.
"13.07.2015 13:29:10" eyes.nasa.gov NASA’s Eyes Welcome to NASA’s Eyes, a way for you to learn about your home planet, our solar system, the universe beyond and the spacecraft exploring them.
"12.07.2015 12:36:40" nasa.gov Updated Television Coverage, Media Activities for Pluto Flyby NASA is inviting media to cover the New Horizons spacecraft’s closest approach and July 14 Pluto flyby from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, site of the mission operations center.
"10.07.2015 14:25:04" New Horizons Share!
"10.07.2015 13:17:36" New Horizons Just four days till we flyby planet Pluto, exploring new frontiers for all mankind! #PlutoFlyby
"07.07.2015 14:46:24" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration One week from today: Our New Horizons spacecraft will fly by Pluto. The mission team is preparing to return to normal science operations today after a July 4 spacecraft anomaly. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1JLNayz #PlutoFlyby
"06.07.2015 17:28:33" Processing of the Jason-3 spacecraft at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California continued last week up to the point at which the satellite normally would be fueled. Preparations have been suspended following the SpaceX Falcon 9 mishap that occurred a
"30.06.2015 19:50:16" NASA Digital Learning Network Pluto Flyby: The Final Countdown
Audience: All Educators and Students
Event Date: July 9, 2015, 1-2:00 p.m. EDT
New Horizons, the fastest spacecraft ever launched, rocketed atop an Atlas V from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station more than nine years a
"27.06.2015 15:30:06" Make sure you come by the NASA booth at the SuperCon in Miami Beach. Even Walter Koeing also known as Pavel Chekov from Star Trek came by the LSP booth to say hello.
"26.06.2015 18:54:49" Engineers and technicians at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California have been conducting initial electrical tests of the Jason-3 spacecraft this week in preparation for the August launch. The tests have been going well and will be followed by Propul
"23.06.2015 20:56:07" floridasupercon.com FLORIDA SUPERCON 2015 | Miami Beach Convention Center Florida Supercon 2015 is South Florida’s Comic Book, Anime, Animation, Video Game, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Pop Culture Convention. LSP will be heading to Miami as part of NASA's Kennedy Space Center to participate in Florida Supercon June 25-28. We will be located in exhibit area booth #324 and #425. Come stop by.
"18.06.2015 21:22:52" The #Jason3 Satellite flew from France to California and finally made it to the Vandenberg Air Force Base today! Preparations will continue for launch on Aug. 8th. This mission is an international partnership designed to collect ocean data from spac
"16.06.2015 14:28:28" floridatoday.com NASA’s Mitskevich recognized for leadership Launch Services Program manager presented with Debus award for outstanding service LSP employees are very proud of our boss receiving the Debus award for her outstanding leadership.
"12.06.2015 17:02:57" www.nasa.gov NASA Issues Request for Proposals for New Class of Launch Services NASA's Launch Services Program has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for new commercial Venture Class Launch Services (VCLS) for small satellites, often called CubeSats or nanosatellites, and experiments on science missions using a class of rockets
"10.06.2015 15:06:27" New Horizons New Horizons by the numbers--Enjoy, and share! #NewHorizons lifted off Cape Canaveral pad 41 atop an #AtlasV rocket on Jan. 19, 2006. Almost 10 years and more than three billion miles later, the spacecraft is about to reach its destination! Mark your calender for July 14, 2015- the mission's clo
"21.05.2015 12:00:04" www.nasa.gov NASA Soil Moisture Mission Begins Science Operations NASA's new Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission to map global soil moisture and detect whether soils are frozen or thawed has begun science operations. NASA's new Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission to map global soil moisture and detect whether soils are frozen or thawed has begun science operations. Read More:
"11.05.2015 19:05:47" Commercial rocket will let @NASA_LSP launch backlog of #SmallSats and #CubeSats for Earth, space studies http://go.nasa.gov/1JTwRPz
"11.05.2015 18:28:07" Launching #SmallSats and #Cubesats drives space technology development - @NASA_LSP's Mark Wiese (left) and Garrett Skrobot. http://go.nasa.gov/1JTwRPz
"08.05.2015 12:26:54" NASA’s Launch Services Program has issued a draft Request for Proposal (RFP) for a new Venture Class Launch Services (VCLS), which would be commercial launch services for small satellites and experiments on science missions using a smaller than curre
"25.04.2015 17:41:10" Great performance by Bionic Tigers Team 1592 at FIRST Championships!
The team made it to semifinals on Carver Field, just barely getting edged out for finals in a nail-biting set of matches. Over three matches, the Tigers' alliance scored 559 to the
"25.04.2015 13:53:30" Bionic Tigers Team 1592 We were selected for the #6 seed alliance by Teams 66 and 1024! So happy to be in the Carver playoffs! The Bionic Tigers Team 1592, the FIRST Robotics team we sponsor and mentor, has been at the FIRST Championships this week, competing with other winning FRC teams. They played in the Carver Subdivision, ranking 37th of 76 teams after qualification mat
"23.04.2015 15:38:02" www.nasa.gov NASA Soil Moisture Mission Produces First Global Maps NASA's new satellite mission to map the water in the soil under our feet has passed another key milestone by generating its first full global maps. With its antenna now spinning at full speed, NASA's new Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory has successfully re-tested its science instruments and generated its first global maps, a key step to beginning routine science operations next mo
"16.04.2015 18:16:18" www.nasa.gov NASA Spacecraft Achieves Unprecedented Success Studying Mercury After extraordinary science findings and technological innovations, a NASA spacecraft launched in 2004 to study Mercury will impact the planet's surface, most likely on April 30, after it runs out of propellant. NASA’s MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) spacecraft will impact the planet Mercury at more than 8,750 miles per hour. The spacecraft launched in 2004 to study Mercury. Take a look at the extraordinary science f
"18.03.2015 19:12:18" SXSW Interactive exhibit portion has come to an end. NASA was a big hit!!
"17.03.2015 15:10:41" NASA EDGE We just released our 'Best of' ELaNa X Mission CubeSat deployment vodcast from Vandenberg AFB with NASA's Launch Services Program. Check it out at www.nasa.gov/nasaedge. We enjoyed being part of the NASA EDGE Show. Check it out.
"14.03.2015 17:49:26" science.ksc.nasa.gov FIRST Robotics Competition - Orlando Regional Orlando Regional HomeRobotics Alliance Project PageFIRST Home Page2015 Game ManualsOther Regional WebcastsTeam ListsRoboVision on DemandRoboShow OrlandoThe Blue Alliance Congrats to Bionic Tigers Team 1592 on making it to Orlando FRC Regional playoffs! Good luck Ninja Tiger Stallions!
Watch live at http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/robotics/first/ucf-regional-2015/
"14.03.2015 03:31:39" youtube.com Match 56 Orlando Regional 2015 Red: 180, 3659 and 4352 Blue: 4451, 1592, and 2383 Red Score: 19 Blue Score: 143 Good luck to FIRST Robotics team Bionic Tigers Team 1592 tomorrow for the final day of Orlando FRC Regional! The Bionic Tigers are sponsored and mentored by NASA's Launch Services Program.
If you're in the local area, you can attend the event for f
"14.03.2015 03:20:19" youtube.com MMS Spacecraft Separates from Centaur A camera on the Centaur upper stage shows one of four Magnetospheric Multiscale, or MMS, spacecraft as it separates and is deployed into orbit. Liftoff took ... A camera on the Centaur upper stage shows one of four #MMS, spacecraft as it separates and is deployed into orbit.
"13.03.2015 04:34:36" This concludes our coverage of #AtlasV #MMS launch. Thank you for joining us!
"13.03.2015 04:31:43" The last two #MMS observatories have also separated from Centaur.
"13.03.2015 04:25:28" Two of the four #MMS observatories have separated from Centaur and are flying on their own. Two more to go!
"13.03.2015 04:11:26" In approximately 5 minutes, the first of four #MMS observatories will separate from Centaur.
"13.03.2015 03:47:22" youtube.com Liftoff of MMS The Atlas V rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station carrying four Magnetospheric Multiscale, or MMS, spacecraft on ... Video of #AtlasV #MMS liftoff from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station:
"13.03.2015 02:49:26" Liftoff of #AtlasV carrying #MMS! Go #MMS! Go #Atlas5! Go Centaur!
"13.03.2015 02:36:39" Mic Woltman enjoying spending time with NASA EDGE talking MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) and Atlas V processing. Go MMS!
"13.03.2015 01:57:12" All countdown activities have gone smoothly this evening, and the #AtlasV #MMS liftoff is still on schedule for 10:44 p.m EDT.
"13.03.2015 00:53:58" Liquid oxygen is being loaded into the booster stage of the #AtlasV rocket for tonight's #MMS launch. Liquid oxygen loading of the Centaur upper stage is more than 50 percent complete.
"13.03.2015 00:10:34" Photo of #AtlasV #MMS at CCAFS (Cape Canaveral Air Force Station) Launch Complex 41.
"12.03.2015 23:50:14" Weather forecast for tonight's #AtlasV #MMS launch improves to 80 percent go.The 30 minute launch window opens at 10:44pm EDT.
You can follow the launch coverage by visiting the following links:
"12.03.2015 20:05:39" blogs.nasa.gov Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission Join us for live countdown coverage tonight starting at 8 p.m. EDT. To subscribe to our MMS Blog updates via email, go to http://blogs.nasa.gov/mms/feed. Activities are on schedule for tonight’s planned liftoff of MMS aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at 10:44 p.m. EDT. Weather remains forecast to be 70 percent favorable during the 30-minute launch window.
Join us for live countdown cove
"11.03.2015 12:59:37" The weather forecast remains 70 percent favorable for the liftoff of NASA’s MMS spacecraft atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at 10:44 p.m. EDT on Thursday. Liftoff is targeted for the beginning of a 30-minute launch window from Cape Canave
"10.03.2015 14:18:02" Two days from launch, forecasters from the U.S. Air Force 45th Weather Squadron continue to predict a 70 percent chance of favorable weather for the liftoff of NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) spacecraft atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V ro
"09.03.2015 15:25:04" Launch week for NASA's MMS mission began today with a dress rehearsal for the teams that will take part in Thursday night's launch. The teams, including NASA's Kennedy and Goddard centers, United Launch Alliance and Southwest Research Institute, are
"06.03.2015 18:44:33" At the conclusion of a Flight Readiness Review on Friday, March 6, NASA and United Launch Alliance (ULA) managers gave a “go” to continue preparations leading to the planned liftoff of the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) spacecraft atop a ULA Atlas V
"06.03.2015 16:03:28" Less than a week to launch of @NASA_MMS! Find out what you know with the Mission Quiz! http://go.nasa.gov/1aQ2paq
"04.03.2015 15:29:13" Eight days before launch, the MMS and Atlas V teams continue to process and test the four observatories and rocket systems. The standalone test of MMS is to wrap up today, following closely the integrated systems testing performed Tuesday on both the
"03.03.2015 16:24:57" The Integrated Systems Test between the MMS spacecraft and United Launch Alliance Atlas V is underway today at Space Launch Complex 41’s Vertical Integration Facility at Cape Canaveral. This test verifies that the spacecraft and the launch vehicle ar
"01.03.2015 02:19:27" youtube.com Match 1 South Florida Regional 2015 Red: 4953, 1592, and 386 Blue: 3932, 1649, and 21 Red Score: - Blue Score: - Congratulations to FIRST Robotics Bionic Tigers Team 1592 on making it to semi-finals of FRC in South Florida! The Bionic Tigers are sponsored and mentored by NASA's Launch Services Program.
Want to see 1592's robot, Oscar, do some amazing tote stac
"27.02.2015 15:56:41" The MMS observatory atop the payload transporter departed the Astrotech payload processing facility near Kennedy Space Center at 1:30 a.m. en route to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It arrived at the Vertical Integration Facility at Space Launch C
"26.02.2015 20:03:16" After a weather briefing this afternoon, mission managers gave the green light for the rollout of MMS overnight tonight from the Astrotech payload processing facility located near Kennedy Space Center. Encapsulated within the Atlas V payload fairing
"25.02.2015 20:05:22" The rollout of MMS from Astrotech to Space Launch Complex 41 has been postponed 24 hours due to the weather forecast for tonight. It is rescheduled for the overnight hours of Friday morning pending the outcome of a weather briefing on Thursday after
"24.02.2015 16:11:32" The payload fairing was installed around the four MMS observatories Monday at the Astrotech payload processing facility near NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida as preparations for a March 12 launch move ahead. Engineers are performing careful clo
"18.02.2015 20:41:12" The media met MMS today at Astrotech clean room. Launch is March 12.
"18.02.2015 17:07:37" NASA's Kennedy Space Center Kennedy's transformation is not finished yet, but you can see the future from here! http://youtu.be/gxlQqN13fWA
"12.02.2015 16:06:41" Engineers are lifting the Centaur upper stage into place today atop the United Launch Alliance Atlas V that will carry the MMS spacecraft into orbit. The process is similar to this one shown. Working at Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air F
"11.02.2015 18:24:27" Engineers finished connecting a pair of solid-fueled booster motors to the Atlas V that will carry the MMS spacecraft into orbit next month. The work at Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, which uses processes simi
"10.02.2015 20:46:38" Today, the DSCOVR satellite is scheduled for the second launch attempt. There is an 80 percent chance of favorable weather for liftoff. NASA TV will carry the minute by minute live broadcast starting today at 5:00 p.m. EST. (http://www.nasa.gov/nasa Timeline Photos Super cell thunderstorm. Image ID: nssl0225, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection, Location: Oklahoma, Photo Date: 2008 June 3, Photographer: Sean Waugh NOAA/NSSL
"04.02.2015 17:56:34" NASA | MMS Science Overview: The Many Mysteries of MMS Scientists Michael Hesse and John Dorelli explain the science objectives of the MMS mission. The Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission is comprised of four... The first stage of the Atlas V rocket that will launch the MMS spacecraft into orbit was hoisted into position Wednesday at Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The Vertical Integration Facility at SLC-41 is the integration an
"31.01.2015 16:22:48" This concludes our coverage of the #DeltaII launch carrying #SMAP and ELaNa X CubeSats. Thank you for joining us this morning!
"31.01.2015 16:15:32" Interview with NASA Launch Director Following the launch of the Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP, satellite, NASA Launch Director Tim Dunn discusses the liftoff of the Delta II rocket from... Watch NASA Launch Manager, Tim Dunn discuss today's liftoff of #DeltaII #SMAP
"31.01.2015 16:14:27" All three ELaNa CubeSat projects have deployed!
"31.01.2015 16:00:38" In addition to #SMAP, #DeltaII also carries three ELaNa X CubeSat projects; ExoCube, GRIFEX and Firebird II (A&B). These CubeSats will deploy in approximately 7 minutes from now.
ExoCube is a space weather satellite developed by California Polytechni
"31.01.2015 15:55:21" SMAP Spacecraft Separation While pointed toward the sun, the Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP, satellite separated from the Delta II upper stage as it was deployed into Earth orbi... Check out the video of #SMAP separation from #DeltaII
"31.01.2015 14:50:41" Liftoff of SMAP The Delta II rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base carrying the Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP, satellite on a mis... Video of today's launch of #DeltaII #SMAP, NASA LSP's 78th mission.
"31.01.2015 14:31:40" Here's a photo from #DeltaII #SMAP liftoff.
"31.01.2015 14:22:07" We have liftoff of #DeltaII #SMAP ! #GoDelta #GoSMAP !
"31.01.2015 14:11:01" Now in our second built-in-hold at T-4 minutes for 10 minutes. NASA Launch Manager (NLM), Tim Dunn has conducted the final readiness poll. The NASA team is ready for #DeltaII #SMAP launch.
"31.01.2015 13:28:33" Approximately T-50 minutes from #DeltaII #SMAP launch.
"31.01.2015 13:02:25" Hibah from NASA LSP engineering and Kaley from NASA LSP's Program Planning Office are on console for NASA LSP social media.
"31.01.2015 12:43:31" Here are some shots of the NASA LSP Team in the RLCC (Remote Launch Control Center) in VAFB, CA. We also have NASA LSP team members supporting today's #DeltaII #SMAP launch from Hangar AE in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
"31.01.2015 12:25:15" Approximately 1 hour and 55 minutes until #DeltaII #SMAP launch.
"31.01.2015 11:32:23" Here's a beautiful shot of the moon last night above the #DeltaII rocket with #SMAP onboard.
"31.01.2015 11:16:56" www.nasa.gov NASA TV NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the This Week @NASA report. Good Morning! Thank you for joining NASA LSP for today's launch coverage of #DeltaII #SMAP Launch window opens at 6:20 PST/ 9:20 EST, it is a 3 minute window. Live NASA Tv Launch coverage begins at 4am PST, you can view it at http://www.nasa.gov/ntv
"30.01.2015 22:55:53" Teams met today and gave a “go” to proceed with the launch of NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) spacecraft atop a ULA Delta II rocket at 9:20 a.m. EST (6:20 a.m. PST) on Saturday, Jan. 31. This followed the completion of minor repairs to the Timeline Photos
"30.01.2015 04:59:57" UPDATE: SMAP Launch Now No Earlier than Saturday. Our Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory launch has been delayed and is now targeted for Jan. 31, pending completion of minor repairs to the United Launch Alliance Delta II launch vehicle. Timeline Photos
"29.01.2015 15:33:42" SMAP Launch Postponed At Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the launch of NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP, spacecraft was postponed because of a wind shear at 3... Watch NASA Launch Manager (NLM), Tim Dunn, discuss today's #DeltaII #SMAP launch scrub. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1gLEatOSe8
"29.01.2015 14:19:04" Today's launch attempt of #DeltaII #SMAP has been scrubbed due to an upper wind violation. Thank you for joining us today!
"29.01.2015 13:53:50" We are less than 30 minutes away from #DeltaII #SMAP launch. We are currently in a 20 minute built in hold.
"29.01.2015 13:19:43" We are approximately an hour away from #DeltaII #SMAP launch. The rocket is fully fueled and the launch windows opens at 6:20am PST/ 9:20am EST.
"29.01.2015 12:43:13" NASA LSP team at RLCC (Remote Launch Control Center) located in VAFB (Vandenberg Airforce Base) for #DeltaII #SMAP launch
"29.01.2015 12:34:04" Launch Pad Gantry Rolls back for SMAP Launch At Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the gantry at Space Launch Complex 2 rolls back in preparation for the liftoff of a United Launch Alliance Delta ... Check out the time lapse video of the gantry roll back in preparation for the liftoff of a ULA Delta II rocket with the SMAP (Soil Moisture Active Passive) satellite! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTVBAsQbF9Q
"29.01.2015 12:17:45" Hibah and Kaley are on console at Hangar AE for NASA LSP social media.
"29.01.2015 12:04:16" www.nasa.gov Educational Launch of Nanosatellites - ELaNa 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. In addition to #SMAP, #DeltaII will launch CubeSats for two universities and NASA's JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) in California as part of ELaNa X. Over 100 university
students have been involved in the design, development
and construction of the C
"29.01.2015 11:49:10" Good Morning! Thank you for joining NASA LSP (Launch Services Program) for today's launch coverage of #DeltaII #SMAP, the launch window is 3 minutes long and opens at 6:20 PST (9:20 EST).
"28.01.2015 22:31:00" NASA_EDGE NASA EDGE is an unscripted, non-traditional video podcast (vodcast) designed to highlight all things NASA in a unique and fun way. By using a combination of funny, offbeat and informative sketches, features and interviews, the NASA EDGE team creates LSP's very own Mic Woltman will be part of the NASA EDGE Show. Go Delta II, Go SMAP, Go ELaNa X (CubeSats).
"28.01.2015 19:00:47" Mic Woltman explains the #SMAP processing at the #NASASocial at VAFB in California. Go SMAP!!!
"28.01.2015 17:34:43" Learn about our Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission, which launches at 9:20 a.m.EST tomorrow! Watch our NASA Social event live at 12:30 p.m. today: http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
#NASASocial Timeline Photos
"27.01.2015 21:58:52" Scott Higginbotham from LSP's ELaNa program is explaining CubeSats during the CubeSat Press Conference.
"27.01.2015 21:22:10" The SMAP Press Conference is taking place right now at VAFB. LSP's launch manager Tim Dunn is supporting this effort. Go SMAP!
"27.01.2015 20:36:30" Managers from NASA and United Launch Alliance met Tuesday at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to assess the status of NASA’s SMAP spacecraft and the Delta II rocket that will boost SMAP into space. At the conclusion of the Launch Vehicle Readi
"26.01.2015 16:48:33" Launch of NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP observatory, aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket remains on schedule. Liftoff from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California is targeted for 9:20 a.m. EST on Thursday, Jan. 29 at the op
"23.01.2015 18:09:57" www.flickr.com SMAP The Soil Moisture Active Passive spacecraft, or SMAP, will launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base on an Earth-observation focusing on soil moisture and the freeze/thaw cycle on the planet and how it affects climate. We're getting ready to launch the NASA SMAP Mission this coming Thursday, Jan 29. Check out our SMAP Flickr album at: http://bit.ly/1L4ZUP8
Launch is scheduled for 9:20 a.m. EST from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California
"16.01.2015 19:58:06" Prelaunch preparations for SMAP are on schedule with the SMAP observatory in place atop its Delta II rocket and integration testing successfully completed earlier this week. Three CubeSats already packed in their payload carriers are being attached t
"12.01.2015 20:00:51" The MMS mission is one step closer to launch following the successful completion of solar array illumination testing at Astrotech’s facility near Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Preparations for fueling the MMS lower stack are beginning. That operat
"12.01.2015 17:34:29" The SMAP spacecraft is to be lifted to the top of its Delta II launch vehicle Tuesday morning following its enclosure in its transport canister Monday at the Astrotech payload processing facility at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The rocket
"09.01.2015 13:44:54" Inside KSC! Jan. 9, 2015 Inside KSC kicks off the new year with a look at some of KSC's upcoming missions, including the Cargo Resupply mission by SpaceX, the SMAP and DSCOVR launche... The coming launches of SMAP and MMS are helping make 2015 another busy year at Kennedy! http://youtu.be/2ngNQRGqdWs
"05.01.2015 03:03:03" We gained a new mentor on #Kickoff day: Oscar the Grouch! #RecycleRush — at Edgewood jr/sr high. 2015 Build Season: Recycle Rush In the lab and all over, building the 2015 robot for the Recycle Rush game The first weekend in January kicks off the FIRST Robotics season every year, followed by 6.5 intense weeks of robot building. LSP mentors were there with the Bionic Tigers Team 1592. We can't wait to see what the team has ready on Stop Build Day (Feb
"19.12.2014 20:02:06" SMAP: Delta II First Stage Loaded
RP-1 fuel was loaded aboard the United Launch Alliance Delta II as part of first stage testing ahead of the launch of the SMAP spacecraft from Space Launch Complex 2 Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The test
"19.12.2014 20:01:47" DSCOVR: Propulsion System Testing
The DSCOVR propulsion system testing is being completed this week as planned at the Astrotech payload processing facility near Kennedy Space Center. Specialists will fuel the spacecraft Dec. 29.
"19.12.2014 20:01:25" MMS: Solar Array Cleaning, Inspection
The lower stack of the MMS spacecraft underwent solar array cleaning and inspection this week at the Astrotech payload processing facility near Kennedy Space Center in preparation for the solar array illumination
"12.12.2014 17:57:51" Processing Status for MMS and DSCOVR Missions
Spacecraft for two upcoming missions are undergoing preflight preparations at the Astrotech payload processing facility near Kennedy Space Center. Testing of the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission’s
"06.12.2014 19:16:36" New Horizons Today at 3pm EST, @NASANewHorizons wake-up commands start on-board the spacecraft. Stay tuned!
"05.12.2014 16:56:12" Hangar AE celebrates SPLASHDOWN of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft #EFT1. The Hangar served as capsule control during launch. NASA's Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana is all smiles (right top of the first picture) as hugs and handshakes happen all aro
"04.12.2014 17:12:18" Hangar AE of NASA's Launch Services Program was the primary control area for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft (i.e. the capsule) morning's Exploration Test Flight-1 launch attempt. NASA on-air and launch blog coverage of the launch also occurred from Hangar A
"20.11.2014 22:58:08" Students design SWAT robot for police High school students in design a SWAT robot for the Cocoa Police Department. WKMG has more. First Robotics Bionic Tigers Team 1592 led a team that built a robot for their local Cocoa Police SWAT team. This project was worked over several years to come together. The robot can carry up to 15 lb. Significant contributors include The Pink Team
"20.11.2014 18:43:05" The DSCOVR spacecraft, short for Deep Space Climate Observatory, arrived at Astrotech near Kennedy to begin launch processing. It's to fly into space aboard a Falcon 9 rocket in early 2015.
"13.11.2014 20:38:36" At Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, processing of the SMAP observatory has been completed. Now that fuel is aboard, the last activity was to perform a final weighing the spacecraft earlier this week. SMAP will be mated to the United Launch Al
"13.11.2014 20:38:21" The second pair of observatories for the MMS mission have arrived at the Astrotech payload processing facility near NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The "upper stack," consisting of observatories No. 3 and No. 4, reached the facility in the la
"13.11.2014 16:23:50" www.nasa.gov NASA TV NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the This Week @NASA report. NASA's Launch Services Program is participating in:
The Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum's "What's New in Aerospace?" at 1 pm TODAY on http://www.nasa.gov/ntv or http://airandspace.si.edu/explore-and-learn/whats-new-aerospace/
"13.11.2014 13:17:53" Time-lapse of Orion's Roll to the Launch Pad The Orion spacecraft began its overnight journey to the launch pad Nov. 11 at 8:54 p.m. ET. The six-hour move from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Abort System... Checkout this timelapse video of the #Orion spacecraft rolling out to the pad and getting mated to the United Launch Alliance #DeltaIV heavy rocket. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgDM5v7S7sc
"07.11.2014 20:56:34" A two-day functional test is wrapping up today for the systems on the lower stack of two spacecraft that will make up the four-spacecraft MMS mission. Engineers and technicians at the Astrotech Payload Processing Facility near NASA's Kennedy Space Ce
"07.11.2014 20:42:51" The SMAP observatory was weighed at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California today now that the spacecraft has been fueled and is in its final configuration. On Thursday, a spacecraft countdown dry run was conducted to exercise the flight software lau
"04.11.2014 16:35:12" Functional testing of the MMS lower stack, mini-stack #1, begins today and will continue through Friday to evaluate the spacecraft following its arrival at the Astrotech payload processing facility near NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Flight
"04.11.2014 16:34:58" Flight software was installed aboard the SMAP observatory Monday and the spacecraft is being powered on for software checkout and state of health checks today at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The spacecraft’s communications system test is
"31.10.2014 15:16:14" Engineers and technicians fueled the SMAP spacecraft with hydrazine propellant Thursday as scheduled as the spacecraft undergoes launch processing at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. This week's planned activities will conclude today when the
"30.10.2014 12:17:55" Workers prepare to inspect instrument and optics covers on NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP spacecraft in the Astrotech payload processing facility on 30th Space Wing (Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.) during a post-shipment inspection.
"29.10.2014 15:34:53" www.nasa.gov MMS - Magnetospheric Multiscale The Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission is a Solar Terrestrial Probes mission comprising four identically instrumented spacecraft that will use Earth’s magnetosphere as a laboratory to study the microphysics of three fundamental plasma processes: The first of two planned shipments of the MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) spacecraft arrived today at the Astrotech payload processing facility in Titusville, Fla. It was carried by truck from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Prepar
"29.10.2014 14:29:13" Prelaunch processing of NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive observatory is going smoothly at 30th Space Wing (Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.) in California, where the spacecraft is approaching another milestone. Preparations are under way today fo
"24.10.2014 17:52:10" InsideKSC Nov2014 The latest edition of Inside KSC is now available. In this episode, learn about:
- Cali Calls LSP for SMAP
- Good Vibrations?
"24.10.2014 15:11:37" NASA's SMAP spacecraft has been rotated from horizontal to vertical and is in place on its test stand for upcoming work inside its processing hangar at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Engineers and technicians completed health checks and fun
"17.10.2014 18:01:08" www.nasa.gov NASA Soil Moisture Mapper Arrives at Launch Site A NASA spacecraft designed to track Earth's water in one of its most important, but least recognized forms -- soil moisture -- now is at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, to begin final preparations for launch in January. The Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) spacecraft arrived Wednesday at its launch site on California's central coast after traveling from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. The spacecraft will undergo final tests and then
"17.10.2014 14:59:53" NASA's Launch Services Program have turned the Neil Armstrong O&C Building at the Kenndey Space Center pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
"22.09.2014 19:07:20" Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN Mission After successful orbit insertion, MAVEN enters transition phase
The #MAVEN spacecraft successfully entered into Mars' orbit on September 21, 2014 at 10:24 p.m. EDT.
The 33 minute and 15 second Mars Orbit Insertion (MOI) maneuver provided a thrust o Congratulations MAVEN team members.
"22.09.2014 01:12:24" Liftoff of MAVEN An Atlas V rocket lifts off at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 41.The mission is to send the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution, ... As we prepare for Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN Mission (MAVEN) insertion into Mars atmosphere, here's where the journey started: http://bit.ly/1B0q9hV
#MAVEN #NASASocial #Mars
"21.09.2014 22:56:37" Live coverage of MAVEN's arrival at Mars
After a 10-month, 442-million-mile journey, MAVEN is set to enter Martian orbit at approximately 9:50 p.m. EDT tonight, Sept. 21.
NASA TV coverage begins at 9:30 p.m. and will be streamed live at http://www Timeline Photos Good luck to the MAVEN team. LSP was honored to have successfully launched MAVEN on ULA's Atlas V rocket on November 18, 2013.
"21.09.2014 17:56:46" LSP ELaNa. Check out our booth.
"21.09.2014 16:36:06" ELaNa is at the World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science in New York City! Stop by our booth, MP33, to learn more about the CubeSat Launch Initiative and ELaNa.
"20.09.2014 19:06:21" UCF is extremely excited that NASA LSP is in the house for the first home game of the season.
"18.09.2014 18:15:38" Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN Mission Photos from Sept. 17 MAVEN orbit insertion media briefing
Just days in advance of the MAVEN spacecraft's orbit insertion maneuver at Mars on Sunday, Sept. 21, key members of the project leadership team gathered at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.
"05.09.2014 15:23:26" Things are moving a long for NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive mission.
On August 20th at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. – The second stage of the Delta II rocket for NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive mission, or SMAP, was attached to a cran
"19.08.2014 19:03:41" www.nasa.gov Flight Test Preparations Draw on Launch Services Program's Expertise NASA's Launch Services Program is lending its knowledge and experience to Orion's first flight test. The upcoming flight test of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft will be a mission of firsts. This new crew vehicle, making its debut on Exploration Flight Test-1, will become the first of its kind in four decades to venture beyond low-Earth orbit. The mission al
"16.08.2014 22:24:08" The Future of CubeSats
https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/the-future-of-cubesats/index.html#.U-5lbUseMg9 Timeline Photos
"06.08.2014 15:06:43" Students & teachers: New opportunities to design, build & operate small research satellites: http://1.usa.gov/1sqJzu6 Timeline Photos
"31.07.2014 19:31:16" technology.ksc.nasa.gov technology.ksc.nasa.gov Want to learn more about the SLOSH experiment, designed to improve rocket safety and efficiency, check out Dr. Paul Schallhorn and his team on page 6-7 of KSC Tech Transfer Magazine-Summer issue.
"17.07.2014 14:40:12" LSP is in NYC July 17-20 for Space and Science Festival. Come check us out!
"10.07.2014 19:57:44" Our new cover image is up, thanks to everyone that voted.
"09.07.2014 20:05:01" Did you know that the Aquarius/SAC-D mission is a collaboration between NASA and Argentina's space agency, Comisión Nacional de Actividades.
We launched Aquarius from NASA's Space Launch Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base on June 10, 2011 aboard
"07.07.2014 14:57:30" It's time for us to switch up our cover image and with that being the case we thought we'd pay tribute to the successful launch of NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 .
Here are some of our favorite images from the OCO2 launch, the one with the mos
"02.07.2014 12:43:59" Meet NASA's newest satellite. Watch #OCO2 post-launch news live now: http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv Timeline Photos
"02.07.2014 11:13:09" #OCO2 spacecraft separation was successful. The observatory's solar arrays have been deployed. #OCO2 is on its way to make space-based observations of atmospheric carbon dioxide. The post-launch news conference will be held this morning at 5:30am PDT
"02.07.2014 10:18:50" Liftoff of OCO-2 The Delta II rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base carrying the Orbiting Carbon Observatory, or OCO-2, satellite on a on ... #DeltaII #OCO2 liftoff occurred as planned at 2:56am PDT. You can view the liftoff video here:
"02.07.2014 10:00:38" LAUNCH! of #OCO2 -- our 1st mission dedicated to studying atmospheric carbon dioxide. Watch: http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv Timeline Photos
"02.07.2014 09:53:04" The launch readiness poll is complete and the team is go for #DeltaII #OCO2 launch! There are no issues being worked. We are at T-4 minutes and counting. Liftoff remains scheduled for 2:56 a.m. PDT/5:56 a.m. EDT this morning.
"02.07.2014 09:10:30" Liquid oxygen tanking for today's launch of #DeltaII #OCO2 is complete. Delta II engine slew checks are also complete. We are T-16 minutes and counting!
"02.07.2014 08:25:49" NASA's Kennedy Space Center Liquid oxygen (LOX) loading is underway on the United Launch Alliance #DeltaII that will carry #OCO2.
"02.07.2014 08:08:58" NASA Launch Manager (NLM), Tim Dunn, has completed the cryogenic tanking poll. The launch team is go for cryogenic LOX (liquid oxygen) loading for #DeltaII #OCO2. The Launch Weather Officer (LWO) reported a 0% probability of violation for today's lau
"02.07.2014 07:22:34" The launch of NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket is scheduled for Wednesday, July 2 at 5:56 a.m. EDT (2:56 a.m. PDT) from Space Launch Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
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"02.07.2014 07:15:07" twitter.com NASA_LSP (NASA_LSP) on Twitter The latest from NASA_LSP (@NASA_LSP). Official tweets from NASA's Launch Services Program. Kennedy Space Center, FL Good Morning! Thank you for joining again us for the #DeltaII #OCO2 launch countdown! Today's 30 sec launch window opens at 2:56 PDT. Follow us on twitter at: https://www.twitter.com/NASA_LSP
"01.07.2014 11:46:35" OCO-2 Launch Postponed At Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the countdown for the launch of NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2, or OCO-2, spacecraft was stopped at T-46 se... NASA Launch Manager Tim Dunn explains this morning's scrub of the #OCO2 launch. He talks about the #DeltaII launch pad water suppression system and its role in launch.
"01.07.2014 10:49:58" The next launch attempt date for #DeltaII #OCO2 is pending. The team will be troubleshooting the launch pad water flow issue today.The earliest possible launch attempt is tomorrow morning at 2:56am PDT (9:56 GMT)
"01.07.2014 10:06:35" Due to an issue with the launch pad water flow, today's launch attempt of #DeltaII #OCO2 has been scrubbed. The hold was called at T-46 seconds. Launch Vehicle engineers are currently safing the vehicle.
"01.07.2014 09:23:52" The #DeltaII #OCO2 countdown has entered a planned 20-minute hold at T-15 minutes. The NASA LSP team for today's #DeltaII #OCO2 launch is located at Vandenberg Air Force Base and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
"01.07.2014 08:46:40" The #OCO2 launch is dedicated to the memory of Laurie Walls. Laurie came to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in the 1980s and worked on the Space Shuttle Program. She was a founding member of the NASA's Launch Services Program Thermal Analysis Group in 19
"01.07.2014 08:02:11" Lt. Joseph Round, Launch Weather Officer (LWO), 30th Space Wing (Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.) Operations Support Squadron, held a weather briefing. The probability of violation 0%.
Winds are light, around 4 knots. There are currently no watche
"01.07.2014 07:34:41" RP-1 fuel has already been loaded aboard the #DeltaII’s first stage. Cryogenic liquid oxygen loading is scheduled to start at 1:11 a.m. PDT. The NASA Launch Manager poll for cryogenic loading will occur approximately 5 minutes before loading.
"01.07.2014 07:18:35" twitter.com NASA_LSP (NASA_LSP) on Twitter The latest from NASA_LSP (@NASA_LSP). Official tweets from NASA's Launch Services Program. Kennedy Space Center, FL Good Morning! Thank you for joining us for the #DeltaII #OCO2 launch countdown! Today's 30 sec launch window opens at 2:56 PDT. Follow us on twitter at: https://www.twitter.com/NASA_LSP
"30.06.2014 17:21:55" The #LSP Launch Director stopped by building 836 at VAFB to watch the #NASASocial #OCO2 live show. Go OCO-2, Go Delta II
"30.06.2014 17:01:21" Our very own Mic Woltman speaking and engaging with the #OCO2 NASA social guests at VAFB.
"30.06.2014 13:27:00" #DeltaII #OCO2 is on track to launch on Tuesday July 1st at 2:56am PDT. Today June 30th is the crew rest day for the NASA LSP Team. On Tuesday, cryogenic liquid oxygen loading is scheduled to start at 1:11 a.m. PDT.
"30.06.2014 03:35:59" Our next Earth mission is GO for launch!
At the Launch Readiness Review Sunday, managers gave a go to proceed toward the launch of NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (#OCO2) atop a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket at 5:56 a.m. EDT on Tuesday Timeline Photos
"29.06.2014 21:17:15" Getting ready for our 2nd of five Earth mission launch this year -- the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 -- set to launch Tuesday from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Watch a live press conference on the mission today at 7pm ET on NASA TV:
http:/ Timeline Photos
"29.06.2014 20:18:30" The set is coming together for the OCO-2 launch live webcast on 1 July from 1:56 - 2:56 am PDT. Join us as we talk about all things OCO-2. www.ustream.tv/nasaedge Mobile Uploads
"27.06.2014 15:20:40" Loading the fuel aboard the Delta II second stage was performed Thursday at Vandenberg Air Force Base's Space Launch Complex 2 to complete the two days of hypergolic propellant loading activities. The OCO-2 spacecraft batteries are being charged tod
"26.06.2014 12:03:53" The launch teams completed the launch countdown mission dress rehearsal for OCO-2 Wednesday as preparations continue on pace for liftoff July 1. The Delta II launch team of United Launch Alliance and Launch Services Program along with the OCO-2 obser
"24.06.2014 19:20:45" missionquiz.ksc.nasa.gov OCO-2 Mission Quiz Show what you know and find out more about the aspects of OCO-2 that you didn't have down so well in this edition of the Mission Quiz. Do you know what the OCO in OCO-2 stands for? How about what kind of rocket it will launch on next week? Don't just sit there, test your knowledge in our OCO-2 Mission Quiz! http://missionquiz.ksc.nasa.gov/
"23.06.2014 17:53:23" OCO-2 enters its launch week in good shape ahead of a liftoff July 1 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The payload fairing was installed around the observatory Saturday as planned and mechanical connections were finished Sunday. Electrica
"18.06.2014 15:40:17" Live_ISS_Stream Live video from the International Space Station includes internal views when the crew is on-duty and Earth views at other times. The video is accompanied by audio of conversations between the crew and Mission Control. This video is only available whe Watch the SPHERES-Slosh project's 2nd Science Session on the International Space Station this morning! Science started at 10:00 a.m. EDT.
NASA's Launch Services Program fluid analysts will join the Florida Institute of Technology team in their lab d
"17.06.2014 19:48:24" D is for Delta IV Heavy: the rocket that will take Orion on its first test ride!
The Delta IV Heavy is the rocket that will launch the Orion Spacecraft on its first trip to space, Exploration Flight Test-1, in December 2014.
The Delta IV Heavy roc Orion A to Z NASA's Launch Services Program is playing a very important supporting role in the #EFT1 #OrionTest flight!
"10.06.2014 14:19:16" Did You Know? That we're serving as advisors to NASA's Johnson Space Center on NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Exploration Flight Test-1, which is the first test flight of Orion!
For more information on EFT-1 visit: http://1.usa.gov/MgyKtV
"29.05.2014 18:35:59" We just released a new vodcast called NASA EDGE: SpaceX-3
NASA EDGE checks out the experiments heading to the International Space Station and the CubeSats being launched during SpaceX's 3rd resupply mission.
http://www.nasa.gov/nasaedge Timeline Photos