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We are going to the Moon — to stay.

Our #Artemis program will lay the groundwork for a sustainable infrastructure to support missions to Mars and beyond. This is what we’re building. This is what we’re training for. We are going.

Explore: go.nasa.gov/2ObSEuf pic.twitter.com/mxtVJQLYZh
A galaxy so faint you can barely see it ✨

@NASAHubble Space Telescope recently caught a glimpse of a galaxy 30 million light-years away. UGC 695 has relatively few stars, making it difficult to observe. Thankfully, Hubble managed to take a peek for us: go.nasa.gov/306x0yJ pic.twitter.com/1sRTwCtNnR
When #Apollo11 landed on the Moon in 1969, the “sensors” ensured it was in a safe spot before touching down — the “sensors” being Neil Armstrong’s eyes. Discover how we will test a navigation system that could become the ‘eyes’ for the next lunar lander: go.nasa.gov/2ZWOE7P pic.twitter.com/IvK3qqzGDi
Just in: We won an #Emmy in interactive programming for coverage of the @SpaceX Demo-1 flight, which put us one step closer to our goal of launching @NASA_Astronauts from American soil. 🚀 Congrats to all involved and those who help tell the @NASA story every day! pic.twitter.com/3vGu2WvxfR
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