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The first aircraft to fly on another planet — our Mars Helicopter — successfully completed testing ahead of its launch with our new rover, NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover. This marked the last time the rotor blades will be operated until the rover reaches the Martian surface: go.nasa.gov/3dDV6Us ... See MoreSee Less
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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed a cosmic wonder every day of the year, including on your birthday.
What did Hubble look at on your birthday?
Share the results using #Hubble30: go.nasa.gov/3axd8WE ... See MoreSee Less
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On this week's episode of "Houston, We Have a Podcast," lunar curation processor Charis Krysher and senior scientist specialist Andrea Mosie talk rocks – Apollo-era Moon rocks, that is – that were recently opened nearly 50 years after making the trip from our lunar neighbor. www.nasa.gov/johnson/HWHAP/the-untouched-apollo-samples ... See MoreSee Less
Our NASA Astronauts can spend 6-12 months in space, living and working in tight spaces. Imagine you’re an astronaut. How would you:
☎️ Stay in touch
🌏 Observe Earth
📒 Keep learning
This weekend, try out this new #NASAatHome activity: go.nasa.gov/39pqsej ... See MoreSee Less
This week: an update on our coronavirus response, NASA’s Orion Spacecraft arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center to prepare for its first Artemis mission and astronaut Chris Cassidy continued training for an April 9 launch to the International Space Station. Take a look at these stories and more: ... See MoreSee Less
Levels of carbon monoxide were 30-45% lower in the atmosphere in China in February and early March, compared to the same period in 2019. Measurements were made by National Center for Atmospheric Research using data from NASA and ESA - European Space Agency satellites: go.nasa.gov/2UlZXC1 ... See MoreSee Less
We heard your requests for more things to do with #NASAatHome. You asked for activities for students, do-it-yourself projects, virtual tours of the solar system and more amazing space images. Now they’re all in one place! Take a look: www.nasa.gov/nasaathome ... See MoreSee Less
We go to the Moon, together. We’ve selected SpaceX as our initial partner to deliver cargo to the lunar Gateway. This is a significant step forward for our #Artemis program that will land the first woman and next man on the Moon. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/33RIhS7 ... See MoreSee Less
On and off the Earth, it's important to take care of yourself. In this week's #SpaceToGround, NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy talks about how International Space Station crews are kept safe before launch. Plus, veteran astronauts give advice on coping with isolation: ... See MoreSee Less