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Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh are now incorporating @NASAEarth satellite observations into their decision-making in order to reduce the risk to refugees from landslides and other natural hazards. go.nasa.gov/33YdrFx ... See MoreSee Less
You are great NASA. Thanks a lot for that, you are helping Bangladesh like this way. 😍
السلام عليكم انا من محبي العلم والتفكير في هاذاالكون العجيب للاسف اسمحولى فأنامواطن بسيط لااجيدالتحدث بالانكليزيه لاكن القاسم المشترك بيننا جميعا كبشر يدعونى ان اشارككم كخبراء بعض نظرياتى التى قد تفيدكم في مسيرة البحث الطويله في عالمنا المليئ بالابهار والعجائب 1_كنت اطالع نظريات انشتاين النسبيه ولاحظت ان هاذه النظريات عبارة عن قراءة سصحية وبسيطه لظواهر ربما لم يستطع الانسان حتى الان سبر اغوارها لاكن بالمحاولة والصبر ستكون قراءتها مرة اخري اكثر فائدة للمجتمع فمثلا نظرية السفر عبر الزمن ليست نظريه انها فعلا متاحه وقد وقت مرات وتقع يوميا عندنا هنا في مورتانيا ونشاهدها رغم الغموض الذى يلفها لاكننا شاهدناها في اشخاص رحلو نحو المستقبل في اقل من ثانيه وعادو منه ولست احكى هنا عن التنويم المغناطيسى انا اتحدث عن العبور خارج الزمان والمكان 2_ السرعه العلم اليوم عاجز عن ايجاد سرعة تفوق الضوء لاكن تاكدو انها موجوده ففى حدود خارج هاذاالكون توجد سرعاة يتضائل الضوء امامها مليارات المرات شكرالكم مجددا على البحوث العلميه والجهودالمضنيه من اجل البشريه جميعا مع فائق الاحترام والتقدير
Muslim Rohinga Refugee Camp chu mi in hmuh a,
The information doesn't come from satellites...they're satelloons and low flying drone craft images at best. This may be useful nasa. BUT it still doesn't make up for TRILLIONS of dollars stolen AND decades of lies fabricated.
Michael May...really, mikey? Trillions? Since its inception, the United States has spent $601.31 billion (in nominal dollars) on NASA. When adjusted for inflation the cumulative figure is $1.32 trillion...hardly trillions...
This is great NASA
Wow...NASA has really inspired the whole world
Ruhinga issu ta je internationally songhothito hoyeche nasa observation ta abar proman korlo
Good to know
It's good but .. y us going to bother their headache.. ... If years after they forgot it .. ... 🤔
Good luck 👌
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Holy moly, the US using it's power to help people. Perhaps there is hope.
The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was installed at 7:47 a.m. EST today to the Earth-facing side of the International Space Station's Harmony module. The crew will soon begin unpacking over 5,700 pounds of science and supplies inside. What's on board: go.nasa.gov/2RuBoSs ... See MoreSee Less
code; U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) why the actions of aim lettuce not being changed into marijuana actions on large scale!
Does anyone know how i can become part of the Scottish Rites ? I really want to become a Freemason but Prince Hallers think they know it all
EARTH HEART HARMONY 7crown 4heart ISS🐍🐍 Science Supplies 🐍🐍 #EAST #777 #999 👑King Me 👌😎😉
Well done. So what next after offloading?
With all these "supplies" they are fattening up for Christmas
Go Luca!! 👍🏻🛰👍🏻
All of this brought to us by the same people warning us of climate change. Trust science.
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I love the fact that the posting describes this as "5,700 pounds of science and supplies" but, up there, wouldn't it be weightless?
You have to really love paperwork to be an astronaut. Good luck with that.👍
Looks like Ned Kelly.
Wow great job (y)
Great job , once more, 👍🏻excellent cooperation between man and equipment.☀️☀️☀️☀️
11 hours ago
The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was successfully captured with the International Space Station's robotic arm at 5:05 a.m. EST today. Next up: installation of the spacecraft to the station's Harmony module.
🕢 Live NASA TV coverage of installation is scheduled to begin at 7:30 a.m. EST. www.nasa.gov/nasalive ... See MoreSee Less
I love nasa I hate space x reasons monkey is a player 😂
Be safe everyone Merry Christmas💖 Fantastic... Beautiful... Wow.....🤔I love it …….❤❤❤ Huggzzz ……🙏👨🚀👩🚀🌏💐🌹😘
Y las estrellas o los puntos brillantes que se notan por la noche desde la tierra ?
Lol, soak it up sheep. NASA are nothing more than freemason lying fraudsters.
Well done guys I watched it was like poetry in motion 😉👍🏻
That's a pity 🙁
Well done crew of ISS and NASA.
Did you fight them aliens up there too or what
It’s not operating under a programmed action is it? Because if someone is operating it in real-time it’s just a remote manipulator. Although calling it robotic sounds cooler. They used to call those things waldos.
Does the space station stop moving when accepting a space craft or does the approaching space craft have to go on the same orbit to connect with the ISS?
Wonderfull..!!. Many more successfull..#. The astronomy my passion.😁🙊🤘🤙👍🌎🛰️🚀🚀
12 hours ago
LIVE: Watch the SpaceX #dragon cargo spacecraft arrive at the International Space Station, with about 5,700 pounds of science and supplies on board. Astronauts are scheduled to capture the Dragon with the station's robotic arm at 5:30am EST. www.nasa.gov/live ... See MoreSee Less
Wow pesawat robot.amazing
hmm..where are they
Palm Jumeirah photobombing the craft
Bravo, from Serbia
Math is hard.
Good ,very good
So cool that you can see the palm from there
I love NASA...... We love NASA.. You love NASA.....
“Nasa” Photographics Is A Perfect Name Because No Discovery In 20Year
"COUNTING THE DAYS"...11 4 1441 today...👌
C’est Dubaï en dessous !!!
Oh im watching you beautiful thing you❤
United Arab Emirates - Dubai and Abu Dhabi
Lemme get 2# of science please
19 hours ago
The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft arrives early this morning at the International Space Station, carrying over 5,700 pounds of research and supplies. Astronauts will use the station's robotic arm to grapple Dragon at about 5:30 a.m. EST.
🕓 Live NASA TV coverage begins at 4 a.m. EST: www.nasa.gov/live ... See MoreSee Less
Samantha Hunsinger! If you're up!
Would it be able to dock without this can arm too?
The more this becomes routine, the more I want to go up. I really hope the price comes down.
Una feliz noche conmemorativa de día de la virgen María a los astronautas que están en el espacio
NASA rules with the help of private companies. Don’t criticize your if you can’t do better or have no idea how they got there or how many brilliant people they employee. Bet you secretly wish you were one of them. I know I do 💙
A great job for the dragon and it's crue members, keep it up
Everything NASA has to offer is very great
Sunset to sunrise + sunrise to sunset = 1 day...1 moon = 29 & 30 days...🌏🌕🌞...11 4 1441 now...👌
Im so glad people are waking up to the fact this is total nonsense....
"A dragon soaring through the empty cold blackness of space has apparently attached itself to the Internationa Space Station! So far reports are sketchy at best but apparently, astronauts are grappling with it, and have managed to survive so far."
Sunday, Dec.8, 7:30 a.m. : Space X CRS-19 Dragon cargo spacecraft installation to the International space station. Dragon will be installed to the nadir port of the Harmony module of the station.
30+ ? =37 but how ? 30+5+2=37 ετσι ακριβως εκει που ερχετε η απαντηση της ερωτησης που αποκρυπτογραφησα σωστα αρα ετσι ναι, αυτα απλα τα πιο πανω τα αλλα τωρα 1+4 ποσο το κανει αυτο ; ? = 6 δυσκολο αλλα αληθεια αρα ναι οτι
If you need some nuts for the ISS crews, I can give you the best offer, NASA 🛰🚀🎥
5,700 pounds and 2 ounces. Not the "tons" from a previous post of total b.s..
21 hours ago
🎁 Have yourself a merry little GIFmas.
Holiday-themed GIFs are here! 🎅 🎄 ❄️ Check 'em out on GIPHY by searching "nasaholiday" and add some cheer to your social media game: giphy.com/nasa/astronauts-in-the-holiday-spirit ... See MoreSee Less
I wish you had the one of earths magnetic force bending all debris out of the way
Nadeen M Halaseh
So cute 😂🤣
You all too!
Thank you! May God bless you!
Давным-давно Россия была одета в повседневную одежду за деньги, а Россия - птицам и животным, поэтому он сделал одежду для птиц и животных. Россия сказала, что любовь, как кровь, течет в глазах
😊 that’s nice but can i chose my favorite astronaut too😍
This is one reason I love NASA'S page. Thank you producer 🎥📸🎷🎸🥁🎶🖌🖼🛰🚀
Annette Minor Gabriella - You're famous!! 🤩🤩🤩 You have your own GIF!
aww really love it
Love it! I'm posting one of these every day til Christmas. Thanks NASA.
Muito legal divertido 😃😄
"I was walking on the Moon one day. In the very, merry month of December." And then Schmitt had to correct himself after Cernan pointed out his flub.
23 hours ago
🎦 🤩 Watch the Moon rise and the stars go by NASA Langley Research Center: youtu.be/sNjlU_SIkb8
At this facility, Apollo astronauts trained to land on the surface of the Moon. Today, it's been used to test NASA’s Orion Spacecraft, the spacecraft that will carry NASA Astronauts on #Artemis lunar missions. ... See MoreSee Less
Amazing and Awesome
Building towards the stars! Perhaps a good logo.
O my a diamond rock what’s your name first?
Outstanding space video
I wish you should show us what exactly happened there I am so curious. Btw it looks a bit of the Enterprise dock in the first Star Trek movie...
To all blessings . Greeting am from Perú.🙊😁 Yeaaaaaah.🤘🤘🤘🤘🌎
Very freaken cool!
Me encanta, que me enviéis cosas, mi hijo es vuestro mayor admirador, fue a EE. UU sólo por conocer de cerca la Nasa, es su frustración en la vida. Un beso desde España 🇪🇸
Good espace spacial
Good to hear this
Amazing animation, God's creation is beautiful. Thank you producer NASA 🎥🚀🛰🥁📸🖌🖼
Very hypnotic!!! Awesome 🤩
Congrats NASA for the moon hhh
Everything NASA has to offer is very great
Thank you for not using cartoons
I wouldn’t be able to work at all would just pant with my nose on the window maybe drool a bit
🔎 ☁️ Zoom in to the clouds with NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter! Take a closer look at this image taken by our spacecraft as it flew just 3,200 miles (5,200 km) from the giant planet's northern latitudes: go.nasa.gov/2rmUcZ2
Image processed by citizen scientist Björn Jónsson ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful...yet the Earth is more attractive.
Looks like a really nice painting 🙂
Von Karman Vortex Street in other planet... How cool is that! 😀
Van gogh saw that before, and he incorporated that in his style of painting. ☺️
It could be a five pin bowling ball....lol
What is the cross distance for that cloud formation? Any idea?
Maravilloso lo examino de cerca y se me antojan .como formas .impresionantes que no las puedo describir
Looks like the planet Van Gogh painted
sembra dipinta..bellissima foto.
Enigmáticos vientos verticales
روعة الروعات....ياه...كم هذا مذهل ..أعشق الإكتشافات الفضائية ياهل ترى ..أيوجد نوع من انواع الحياة عليه مختلفة عن كوكبنا....
That's an awesome computer generated image!!
every per second are always sandstorm there😁
Parecen borrascas una detrás de las otras pero tendrá que ser de algún gas o líquido
The swirls remind me of the opening credits to a Roger Corman movie
Images are not photos.....
There is one thing I'm wandering about. This is a gas planet. But is only gas or is there some hard surface some where under the gas?
The forces and masses involved in these formations are almost in comprehensible to our minds. Jupiter is simultaneously beautiful and dangerous.
Those small round storms are about the size of Earth. We would be in serious trouble if we had one of Jupiter's storms on Earth.
it's such a great feeling looking at this images! The idea that universe doesn't have an end blows my mind up! there are billions and more of planets like this, even though our home planet! definitely, we aren't alone like beings with a super smart brain who can bill a mission like this!!😎.
Is That Cloud Really?
When I was a kid this was just sci-fi... Amazing how quickly technology has bloomed! Perhaps our grandkids will send selfies from Mars to us!
We are so fortunate that we are living in a beautiful planet Earth. It's up to us to keep our planet habitable up to our next generations.
A work of art. My favorite planet 💗
Why is that jupiter looks like that?
Behold: The beauty of our home planet! 😍
On this day in 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts launched and saw our blue marble of a planet on their way to the Moon. Take a trip down memory lane: go.nasa.gov/36dwflI ... See MoreSee Less
That recorded audio message from apollo 8 in 1968 to everyone on Earth was great, but had that been today it would be considered politically incorrect and Nasa would be sued.
Iconic photograph! It defined and fixed earth in the imagination of many across generations♥️👍🏼
Im waiting that USA return to the Moon as soon as posible.
The truth is we are the only ones in this universe of ours and chances of coming in contact with others is very small. We are in the grim darkness of infinity and our fate is very dark indeed.
The Pale Blue Dot
For the beauty of the earth, For the beauty of the skies, For the love which from our birth over and around us lies. Lord of all to there we raise, This our hymn of grateful no praise.
Really beautiful. Just like a portrait of an artist.
One of our greatest achievements. Respect to all those who made it happen.
The last astronauts to walk on the moon. RIP Gene Cernan, a beautiful soul.
Look at this a wonderful picture ,it shows us how this a small sphere is beautiful and valuable
Brings an old poem from my school days... Up Up the long delirious burning blue, where never a bird or even eagle flew, I put out my hand and touched the face of God.
I don't see elephants and a giant turtle... I'm calling Photoshop on this one.
In 1972 we didn’t have a clue that a future president and congress would set out to destroy this planet through ignorance and or greed.😥
A jewel in space. And we are not taking care of it.
No one can deny that's the most beautiful planet amongst the planet of the system.
"Its photoshop...because...it has to be" Just STOP!!
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration. They never went to the moon, you can't get man there now yet you expect us to believe you got them there 50 years ago? That is like saying we can't build tanks like we did in world war two because we don't know how to make them. All you have is the same 50 year old lies. 😂
Love these "artist renderings!"
the feeling of looking out the cabin and seeing the planet 25 degrees wide must have been so nice.. but seeing it getting smaller as the hours passed by.. I would be terrified.. 😀
The last Apollo mission featured the most extensive lunar exploration of the program, with three moonwalks that each lasted more than seven hours while the crew stayed on the Moon for more than three days. Commander Gene Cernan and lunar Module pilot Harrison Schmitt - the first scientist - astronut to reach the Moon - Collected 243 pounds of material. These Samples, and those from the previous missions, continue to reveal more about the Moon as new tools and techniques are developed and applied. Crew : Eugene A . Cernan, Commander, Harrison H. Schmitt, lunar Module pilot,. Ronald E. Evans, command module pilot. Launch : Dec.7, 1972; lunar landing : Dec.11; splashdown : Dec.19
Está foto , pero a 6.000 millones de kilómetros le saco una , la sonda espacial viajero y Carl Sagan le llamo el punto azul.
Excellent, now finish up whatever new/old studies need to be done so we can move up there permanently and enjoy the view daily!
when I was a kid had marble it look lie that.
This beautiful earth which we are killing.
THANK YOU. ' ahh HOUSTON. GO ON THAT ! '