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LIVE FROM SPACE: @AstroDrewMorgan and @ESA astronaut @Astro_Luca embark on a spacewalk to finish installing a new cooling system on the @Space_Station’s dark matter detector. Ask ?s using #askNASA and watch live coverage: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…' rel='nofollow noreferrer'>twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1… twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…' rel='nofollow noreferrer'>twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
It was a dark and stormy flyby... 🛰️🌀 Our @NASAJuno spacecraft's JunoCam captured images of the chaotic, stormy northern hemisphere of Jupiter during its 24th close pass of the planet on Dec. 26, 2019. Image processed by citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill: go.nasa.gov/2NYKlRA pic.twitter.com/4rWTlADSD9
"We did it. We all did it." @AstroDrewMorgan thanks the science and mission teams on a successful series of spacewalks. The third spacewalk of the year concluded at 1:20pm ET, making it 6 hours and 16 minutes in length. Stay updated: blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/ pic.twitter.com/vZozyUQNuM
Strap in! The spacewalk is officially underway as of 7:04am ET. After releasing a strap caught between the equipment lock and crew lock, @AstroDrewMorgan and @Astro_Luca are ready for a 6.5-hour excursion into the vacuum of space: pic.twitter.com/n0wBZ5hyPn
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