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Two Moon rockets, 50 years apart. On this day 50 years ago, the Apollo 17 mission had just completed its wet dress rehearsal. Today at @NASA_Kennedy, NASA's Artemis mission sits on its launch pad, ready for launch at 1:04 am ET.
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Docking confirmed! #CRS26 was soft-captured by the @Space_Station at 7:39am ET (1239 UTC) over the Pacific Ocean.
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Houston, we have a new record 🌎 On Saturday Nov. 26, at 8:40 a.m. ET, @NASA_Orion broke the record for the farthest distance traveled from Earth of a human-rated spacecraft. The record was previously held by Apollo 13 at 248,655 statute miles from Earth. Go Artemis!
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New solar panels are on their way to the @Space_Station! ☀️ The iROSAs, seen here in the trunk of Dragon, are the second of three sets of roll-out solar arrays that together will provide a 20 to 30% increase in power for space station research and operations.
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🚀LIFTOFF! More than 7,700 pounds of science, @ISS_Research, and crew supplies launched aboard @SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft this afternoon at 2:20pm ET. Dragon is slated to arrive at the @Space_Station at 7:30am ET on Nov.27. Watch live at 6:00am ET: nasa.gov/live
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LIVE: A delivery of research and supplies is launching to the @Space_Station from @NASAKennedy. Liftoff of @SpaceX's #CRS26 cargo mission is scheduled at 2:20pm ET (1920 UTC). nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1dj…
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Today, @NASA_Orion will break the record for farthest distance of a spacecraft designed to carry humans to deep space and safely return them to Earth. This record is currently held by Apollo 13. Hear from Apollo astronauts and flight directors on the future of #Artemis:
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.@NASA_Johnson flight controllers successfully performed a burn to insert @NASA_Orion into a distant retrograde orbit. While in lunar orbit, flight controllers will monitor key systems and perform checkouts while in the environment of deep space. go.nasa.gov/3F4XfII
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Inside Mission Control rn🤩 Flight Controllers here @NASA_Johnson successfully performed a burn to insert @NASA_Orion into a distant retrograde orbit! More details here: blogs.nasa.gov/artemis/
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LIVE NOW: The @NASA_Orion spacecraft is performing a burn to enter a distant retrograde orbit around the Moon, an orbit that is high altitude from the surface of the Moon and opposite the direction of the Moon travels around Earth. #Artemis nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1ea…
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Talk about showing both sides of the story. Nice frontback, Orion. On flight day 9, @NASA_Orion took these images looking forward to the Moon, and back home toward Earth. More full-res images: flic.kr/s/aHBqjAfKs1 Track #Artemis I in real time: nasa.gov/trackartemis/
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Astronaut Snoopy flying high in the #MacysThanksgivingDayParade and around the Moon as a zero gravity indicator for the @NASAArtemis I mission 🦃
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This week on a special #SpaceToGround, we're exploring the topic on everyone's mind today: food! We're at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at @NASA_Johnson to learn what goes into creating meals for the space station on #Thanksgiving and every day. 🥧🛰️
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#HappyThanksgiving from 250 miles above Earth. 🦃 Check in with Expedition 68 crewmembers to learn more about what the holiday means to them—and hear what Thanksgiving aboard the @Space_Station is like: go.nasa.gov/3OzSLN1
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Us, coming home after a long day at work last week. Later I took my family on a video tour inside the ISS. When she saw my spacesuit, my wife hollered, “Thanks, suit!” Yep, and also thanks to the many, amazing people who train us and safely execute the plan from Mission Control.
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The astronauts aboard the @Space_station celebrated Thanksgiving on Tuesday this year, but each year is different! Check out some of the ways astronauts have spent Thanksgiving in years past. go.nasa.gov/3AFzMLf
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This is Artemis All Access Episode 2 - your latest updates from #Artemis I.  Coming up: Nov. 25: Distant retrograde insertion burn Nov. 26: Orion will break Apollo 13's distance record Nov. 28: Max distance from Earth
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Artemis I will be ‘burnin' up for you baby’ when @NASA_Orion completes its lunar orbit insertion burn, and Nick Jonas was here to see a little bit of what we do here @NASA_Johnson.
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How can scientists interpret ancient environments on Mars? Our team at @NASA_Johnson along w/lead author Mike Thorpe are studying minerals detected by the CheMin instrument on @MarsCuriosity to piece together a sedimentary history. Paper in JGR Planets: tinyurl.com/29fppse8
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With just two weeks remaining until their Dec. 6, 1972 launch on the final Apollo mission, Apollo 17 astronauts prepared for lunar science. Learn more: bit.ly/3Vk49yJ
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Our team at @NASA_Johnson continues to collect additional imagery of the Moon, using the optical navigation system, as well as testing @NASA_Orion's star trackers, looking at their sensitivity to thermal variations.
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