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We are saddened by the recent death of Apollo-era astronaut Dr. Philip K. Chapman. The first Australian-born American astronaut, he was selected to be a member of Astronaut Group 6, and served as a mission scientist for the Apollo 14 missions: go.nasa.gov/3tlyyze
 
A @Commercial_Crew update: the four astronauts set to launch April 22 on NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 mission have entered their official quarantine period. This is a routine part of the final preparations for all missions to the @Space_Station. More: go.nasa.gov/3wW5Tmr
 
Kate Rubins of @NASA_Astronauts and her two cosmonaut crew mates begin their voyage home on Friday, April 16. See the full schedule of live NASA TV coverage of Soyuz hatch closure, undocking, and landing: go.nasa.gov/3ttcl2t
 
In reply to @NASA
Whats that glow around the earth?
Replying to @hellrell21
Great question! That's called airglow and it happens when sunlight interacts with particles in Earth's upper atmosphere. Here's more about how it works and why we study it: go.nasa.gov/32cNbcg
 
In reply to @NASA
This is a beautiful picture of our home❤❤🥰
We love our home planet!🥰
 
During her time in space, Kate Rubins of @NASA_Astronauts spent hundreds of hours working on experiments that help benefit our understanding of life on Earth. As her journey comes to a close, learn about Rubins' research-filled stay on the @Space_Station: go.nasa.gov/3a8LReH
 
Research on the @Space_station helps us understand our home planet.

Curious to know how?

Make a video with your Earth science question using #AskNASA to submit, or upload on socialforms.nasa.gov/submit, & you may have it answered live from space on 4/22!
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
¡Nuevo episodio de Los martes de Marte! Hoy te ofrecemos un detallado resumen del despliegue y las pruebas que llevó a cabo el #MarsHelicopter Ingenuity del sol 30 al sol 48. También hablamos sobre el clima meteorológico marciano. #JuntosPerseveramos
📺 go.nasa.gov/3gckGn9
 
It’s #BlackHoleWeek. Take a journey inside a black hole with our Curious Universe podcast, without even leaving your house!

In this episode, we'll guide you into the bizarre and extreme nature of black holes.

🎧 Listen: go.nasa.gov/3wMlCoh
 
The #MarsHelicopter is awaiting a new first flight date. In the meantime, what do you want to know about the first powered flight on another planet? @Dr_ThomasZ & Ingenuity project manager MiMi Aung will answer on Wed., April 14. Tap the button to send your question! ⬇️
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Are you free today, April 13 from 2:30-5 p.m. ET?
Join us for Ignite the Night Aeronautics ✈️ – a virtual pitch competition showcasing innovations from 10 emerging aeronautics #entrepreneurs across the U.S.

ℹ️Here's how to watch: livestream.com/nasaitech
 
News from the Red Planet: The Ingenuity #MarsHelicopter continues to be healthy, and work progresses towards its first flight on Mars. A detailed timeline for rescheduling is still in process. Details: go.nasa.gov/3sdloTJ
 
🌀 Lurking in the inky void of space, black holes pose a challenge to study. But, this hasn’t stopped the fascination from astronomers. During #BlackHoleWeek, we’re uncovering some of the ways scientists are able to “see” black holes: go.nasa.gov/328T36d
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NASA Retweeted ·  
We’re taking a page from the best nature guide books and bringing you a Field Guide to Black Holes this week. Check back each day for a new page in the book.
First up? The basic black hole.
 
On this International Day of Human Space Flight, we look forward to launch of the first @Commercial_Crew mission to fly two international partner astronauts.

NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 is scheduled for liftoff April 22: nasa.gov/crew-2
 
Today we commemorate International Day of Human Spaceflight! This year we also celebrate 30 years of friendship between the US and Kazakhstan. We recognize Kazakhstan’s crucial role in space exploration and being the Space Gate for dozens of @NASA missions. #USKZ30 pic.twitter.com/8OcJyyQmml
This important partnership with Kazakhstan has helped make dreams come true, serving as a launchpad to humanity’s orbital laboratory — the @Space_Station. Happy International Day of Human Space Flight!
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Today we commemorate International Day of Human Spaceflight! This year we also celebrate 30 years of friendship between the US and Kazakhstan. We recognize Kazakhstan’s crucial role in space exploration and being the Space Gate for dozens of @NASA missions. #USKZ30
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Today is the fortieth anniversary of STS-1: the first orbital spaceflight of @NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. 🚀

The powerful RS-25 engines, which will propel @NASA_SLS on #Artemis missions to the Moon, were originally designed for the space shuttle. More: go.nasa.gov/2QcEig1
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
🎉On this #HumanSpaceFlight day, we are thrilled to announce that @ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet is @FAO's new Goodwill Ambassador!

Welcome on board, @Thom_astro!

We are proud to make our partnership official & grateful for your efforts to ensure a healthier planet for all.
 
April 12 is the International Day of Human Space Flight. 60 years ago, Yuri Gagarin had his first historic flight into the cosmos. As we reflect on his accomplishment today, we look ahead to the future of human space flight as we prepare to send humans back to the Moon.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
I didn’t think the views could get any better, then my crewmate @Astro_Soichi took this night timelapse from Resilience and I was blown away.
 
#OTD 40 years ago, the first space shuttle mission lifted off with @NASA_Astronauts John Young and Bob Crippen aboard.

With 10 years of design and development, the shuttle was the first of its kind — a reusable vehicle for travel to low-Earth orbit: youtu.be/XKr09ZbXYUo
 
We're less than two weeks from launch of NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 mission on Thurs., April 22 at 6:11am ET!

With the Crew-1 mission scheduled to depart April 28, it will be the first time two @Commercial_Crew spacecraft will be docked to the @Space_Station: nasa.gov/crew-2
 
The luminous heart of galaxy M61 shines in this @NASAHubble image. The winding spiral arms are studded with ruby-red patches of light — signs of recent star formation: go.nasa.gov/3uIxzcM
 
#ICYMI: Mark Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot) & cosmonauts Oleg Novitskiy & Pyotr Dubrov launched Fri, April 9 at 3:42am ET on a Soyuz spacecraft, and arrived at the @Space_Station. Over a six-month stay, they'll work on science & @ISS_Research: go.nasa.gov/39WdF60

📸: @NASAHQPhoto
 
🤔 Who will take home the #TournamentEarth crown from @NASAEarth? 🏆

Will it be a composite of stars in motion over the Americas OR an image of an alkaline lake in Turkey?

VOTE: earthobservatory.nasa.gov/tournament-ear…
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
#OTD 4 years ago I had a “soft landing” back on Earth. When I return to Earth in the @SpaceX Dragon capsule, Crew-2 will be splashing down off the coast of Florida. Totally different landing styles and sensations, same excitement to be home.
 
NEWS: We're now targeting no earlier than Wednesday, April 14, for our Ingenuity #MarsHelicopter’s attempt at the first powered, controlled flight on another planet. Details: go.nasa.gov/2RljYtn
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
We have three new spacefarers on the @Space_Station!

NASA astronaut and second-time flyer Mark Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot) shares what he is looking forward to for his current mission on this week’s “Houston We Have a Podcast.” go.nasa.gov/2ReVxOa
 
Out now:

📰 The full list of news & mission science updates for NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 mission
🚀 How and when to watch the launch broadcast on Thurs., April 22

Mark your calendars: go.nasa.gov/3uFw27f
 
🌟 We've been busy.

@POTUS announces NASA funding request, our Ingenuity #MarsHelicopter preps for flight, and a new crew arrives at the @Space_Station.

All that and more This Week @ NASA: youtu.be/66RYpY_adnw
 
This week, astronauts relocated their Crew Dragon spacecraft to make room for an incoming crew on April 22. And today, the @Space_Station welcomed 3 new residents!

👉 Get the latest on what's happening above Earth in this new episode of #SpaceToGround: youtu.be/Y4XlPUvYC1s
 
For #EarthDay on 4/22, we’re bringing you with us to space. We’ll be livestreaming with a special guest & astronauts from the @Space_Station, answering your questions about our planet. Make a video using #AskNASA to submit or upload on socialforms.nasa.gov/submit – more details soon!
 
🎙️ Season 5 of our #GravityAssist podcast dropped!

Go behind the scenes with Chief Scientist Jim Green to learn the latest from experts who are working hard to see what’s out there & what it means for our place in the cosmos.

🔥 Get it while it's hot: go.nasa.gov/3s5gR5A
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
This year’s @NASAEarth Day is about connections – to our planet and each other. Most connections we see are large and obvious, but we sometimes miss the little ones. Download the #NASAScience 2021 #EarthDay poster and discover how we are #ConnectedByEarth: science.nasa.gov/2021poster
 
2️⃣ more days till our Ingenuity #MarsHelicopter attempts the first powered, controlled flight on another planet.

Watch NASA TV live from @NASAJPL on April 12 at 3:30am ET (7:30am UT) as mission teams receive the first data signals from the historic test: go.nasa.gov/2PQ31XF
 
🔴🚁 LIVE: Our Ingenuity #MarsHelicopter is on target to lift off for the first time from the dusty surface of the Red Planet! Join us as experts discuss details about the helicopter’s operations and what to expect on the first flight day: nasa.gov/live
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NEW: @POTUS's NASA budget request for Fiscal Year 2022 calls for an increase of more than 6% from the previous year, enabling us to further boost ingenuity in exploration, technology, aeronautics, science, and education. This is a year of innovation: go.nasa.gov/3dT2jRx
 
Engineer, mentor, friend. Today we celebrate Mary W. Jackson on what would have been her 100th birthday. NASA’s first Black female engineer, Jackson continues to inspire the next generation of trailblazers: youtu.be/Xh2IU9EWwFw
 
It’s a packed house on the @Space_Station!

With the welcome ceremony's conclusion, the orbiting lab’s crew grows to 10!

👋: @Astro_Sabot, Kate Rubins, @Astro_illini, @AstroVicGlover, Shannon Walker, Sergey Ryzhikov, @KudSverchkov, @novitskiy_iss, Pyotr Dubrov, & @Astro_Soichi.
 
How do you not get overwhelmed with how amazing the Earth looks while viewing the live feeds from the ISS? #askNASA
Replying to @AthleticQuails
We've made a documentary on what it's like to see Earth from space! Hear directly from astronauts and check out some incredible views: youtu.be/DIkqs9_FK28
 
😃 All smiles to kick off Friday morning!

With the Soyuz hatch opened at 9:20am ET / 1:20pm UT, the @Space_Station crew greets their newest residents – Mark Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot) and Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov of @Roscosmos.

Watch live: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
LIVE NOW: Three space travelers are soon to be welcomed into their new home, the @Space_Station, after lifting off of Earth at 3:42am ET / 7:42am UT.

Watch the hatch opening of their Soyuz spacecraft – targeted for 9am ET/ 1pm UT: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
#AskNASA : Is docking ports for Soyuz spacecraft and SpaceX’s Crew dragon spacecraft works in same mechanism? @Space_Station
The Soyuz docks to the station's Russian segment; this one has docked to the Rassvet module. Crew Dragon uses international docking adapters to dock to the Harmony module. You can see all the visiting vehicles at the station here: nasa.gov/feature/visiti…
 
A recap of today's journey for three space travelers, including @Astro_Sabot, on a Soyuz spacecraft (all times ET):

🚀 3:42am liftoff from the Baikonur Cosmodrome
🛰️ 7:05am docking to the @Space_Station

Hatch opening & welcome coverage begins at 8:30am: go.nasa.gov/3d5fKPb
 
Welcome to the @Space_Station! Docking is confirmed at 7:05am ET for the Soyuz spacecraft. On board are Mark Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot), and Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov of @Roscosmos. It's the second spaceflight for Vande Hei, the third for Novitskiy, and the first for Dubrov.
 
The crew aboard the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft were given the go for final approach to the @Space_Station, and final approach has started. They are scheduled to dock to the station at 7:07am ET.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Less than two kilometers away, the cameras aboard the Soyuz crew ship target the station as it closes in for a 7:07am ET docking. #AskNASA | nasa.gov/live
 
When will Crew-2 mission fly to the ISS? #asknasa #nasa
Replying to @_Vojtek_
NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 mission is targeted to launch Thurs., April 22 at 6:11am ET from Launch Complex 39A at our Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Learn all about the mission here: nasa.gov/crew-2
 
#AskNASA what types of projects will the expedition 65 crew be working on while aboard the ISS?
Replying to @arpit_raj1
During their six-month mission, the Expedition 65 crew will continue work on hundreds of experiments in biology, biotechnology, physical science, and Earth science. More info about @ISS_Research including weekly highlights: nasa.gov/mission_pages/…
Space Station Research & Technology
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