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Congratulations to our @SpaceApps Challenge winners! Selected from over 31,000 worldwide registrants, these teams used data from NASA & our 11 partner space agencies, #SpaceApps competitors tackled 22 challenges and produced 3,000+ projects! The winners: bit.ly/3FaYTXX
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LIVE: Administrator @SenBillNelson, NASA chief scientist Dr. Kate Calvin, and other agency leaders are providing updates on our portfolio of @NASAClimate research projects and NASA's role in understanding our changing planet. Tune in: nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1mr…
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Live coverage for the about-to-launch Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission starts on Dec. 13. #AskNASA your questions and we’ll answer them during the briefing, news conference, or launch broadcast. See how you can tune in: go.nasa.gov/3F2OoWA
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On Dec. 8 at 11am ET (1600 UTC), Administrator @SenBillNelson and agency leaders will discuss @NASAClimate research and our role as a global leader in understanding how the planet is changing. How to watch: go.nasa.gov/3P92hHi
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Fifty years ago, Apollo 17 launched from @NASAKennedy, bringing a geologist, bacon, and what turned out to be super-handy duct tape to the lunar surface. Take a behind-the-scenes look at our last crewed mission to the Moon: go.nasa.gov/3FywKeD
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Skywatchers in North America and Europe might be able to spot Mars ducking behind the Moon tonight. Get the details:
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The #Artemis I mission is uncrewed, but the @NASA_Orion spacecraft is filled with science, payloads, and… Easter eggs. Take a look at this image and see if you can find them all. We will reveal them all on Dec. 10.
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Are wildfires getting worse? Unfortunately, yes. Changes in our climate have led to wildfires increasing in intensity, severity, size and duration. @NASAClimate expert Liz Hoy explains how and why we're studying these events from the ground, air, & space: nasa.gov/fires
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As @NASA_Orion continues its journey home, we're also celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic "Blue Marble" photo of Earth, taken on Dec. 7, 1972 by the crew of Apollo 17. Get the full-size image: go.nasa.gov/3VDWmg1
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We have liftoff! #OTD in 1972, #Apollo17 set out for the Moon, carrying with it astronauts Gene Cernan, Jack Schmitt, and Ron Evans. #Apollo50th Experience the launch in real time: apolloinrealtime.org/17
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"Let us hope that this milestone will inspire us to transcend 'all possible manner of differences,' as the great Du Bois once put it, and keep foremost in mind all that we have in common as human beings; as sisters and brothers here on Earth." —@HenryLouisGates on #Artemis I
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The world’s largest active volcano, Mauna Loa, is still erupting. The @NASA/@USGS Landsat 9 satellite captured this image on Dec. 2. Infrared data from #Landsat’s OLI-2, which detects heat, is overlaid in red, indicating the presence of lava. 🌋: go.nasa.gov/3iEuU2Y
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50 years ago today, @NASA’s #Apollo17 countdown clock started in preparation for the launch of the last crewed mission to the Moon. Let’s kick off our final #Apollo50th celebration with a #TriviaTuesday poll! ⬇️
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LIVE NOW: Following today's close flyby of the Moon, our experts are giving an update on the #Artemis I mission. The @NASA_Orion spacecraft is expected to splash down in the Pacific Ocean on Dec. 11. nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1BR…
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As @NASA_Orion prepares to bid the Moon adieu, the #Artemis I mission says, "Goodnight, Moon!" Check out this video of @AstroMarshburn reading aloud from the children's book during a past “Read Along, Draw Along” event hosted by Crayola and HarperKids.
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One day in the solar system: Here are a few views captured – today – by @NASA spacecraft. 🛰📸🧵 This is the Moon and the distant crescent Earth as seen today by the @NASA_Orion spacecraft during the #Artemis I mission. nasa.gov/artemis
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An observatory that will capture light from Earth’s outer atmosphere is set to launch in 2025 with a new name – The Carruthers Geocorona Observatory – in honor of Dr. George R. Carruthers, who designed & built the first lunar telescope, flown on Apollo 16. go.nasa.gov/3XRVMNb
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We have retrieved signal with @NASA_Orion after an expected loss of signal when the spacecraft flew directly behind the Moon. You can see Earth in the distance. That's us. #Artemis nasa.gov/artemislive
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.@NASA_Orion is only 1,550 miles away from the Moon right now. The spacecraft will fly about 79 miles above the lunar surface at 11:42am ET (16:42 UTC).
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LIVE NOW: @NASA_Orion is harnessing the Moon’s gravity to accelerate back toward Earth. The spacecraft is expected to fly about 79 miles above the lunar surface at 11:42am ET (1642 UTC). #Artemis nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1yo…
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