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This Week @ NASA:

• NASA telescopes help spot Milky Way's black hole
@NASAInSight detects largest marsquake yet
• Scientists grow plants in lunar soil

Our NASA Newsletter has even more space for you: nasa.gov/subscribe
 
Psst! Want to see a total lunar eclipse? Watch #NASAScienceLive on May 15 when Earth sneaks between the Moon and the Sun.

No matter where you are, or if your skies are clear, you can watch with us and @NASAMoon experts ready to answer your questions: go.nasa.gov/3w8yxCx
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#Starliner is preparing for liftoff. On May 19, @BoeingSpace's capsule is set to launch on a demonstration that gets it one step closer to certification to fly astronauts to the @Space_Station.

Get the schedule of next week's activities: go.nasa.gov/3Pm8I9C
 
Armed with a tool belt of knowledge, Dr. Howard Hui, a staff scientist at @Caltech & @NASAJPL, is researching the earliest parts of the universe from one of the coldest places on Earth.
Join us in celebrating our #AANHPI team members, & learn their stories:go.nasa.gov/3McLZL7
 
What discovery?! We’ve always known there was an Original Glazed doughnut at the center of the galaxy😉 No seriously, let's celebrate the brilliant astronomers! Everyone gets an Original Glazed doughnut FREE Friday 5/13 #Blackhole pic.twitter.com/bY1X2VP3Nh
Replying to @krispykreme
Whether you call it a torus or a doughnut, we agree this @EHTelescope science is sweet! Some of our orbiting space telescopes saw the black hole in a sea of cosmic sprinkles. go.nasa.gov/3yya5vX
 
NOW: Plants, the Moon, and the future of astronaut missions to deep space.

Ask questions using #AskNASA or request to speak. twitter.com/i/spaces/1MYGN…
 
In reply to @NASA
Aw, that's sad. I am going to be busy from 5 until 7 PM.
Replying to @Azuraxvin
Not to worry; check back here for a recording of the event. We got you.
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🌖 How did scientists grow plants in lunar soil? Get answers during our @TwitterSpaces! Use #AskNASA or request to speak:

@NASASocial host Liz Landau 
@UF Robert Ferl 
@UF_IFAS Anna-Lisa Paul 
@NASASpaceSci Sharmila Bhattacharya 
@NASAMoon Jacob Bleacher 
twitter.com/i/spaces/1MYGN…
 
In reply to @NASA
This experiment was done on Earth’s gravity if I'm not wrong. Would the outcome be the same if it was done on the Moon and is the moon’s gravity an obstacle to grow plants on the Moon?
Replying to @haasteinn
Plants on the Moon would likely be growing in a habitat shared with humans, so the atmosphere, temp., and lighting could be similar to how they were grown in the Florida lab. But one day they could have their own habitat; plants tend to do well in low-pressure atmospheres.
 
In reply to @NASA
Wow, plants in Lunar soil, didn’t see that coming. What is regolith even made of?
Replying to @StarshipShuffle @UF and 1 otherfalse
The areas of the Moon around the Apollo 11, 12 and 17 sites are mostly of crushed basalt rocks. It's typically not called “soil” as it doesn't have the hallmarks of Earth soil–organic material & life. The minute you grow a plant in it, regolith essentially becomes “soil."
 
Got questions about the black hole at the center of our Milky Way Galaxy (and how it interacts with the space around it)?

Bring them to a Twitter Q&A today over on @ChandraXRay at 2pm ET (1800 UTC). Experts will be standing by!
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For the first time ever, scientists have grown plants in lunar soil.

This @UF and @NASASpaceSci experiment using Apollo Moon samples could shape the future of sustainable astronaut missions to deep space. Dig into the story: go.nasa.gov/38oVJU6 pic.twitter.com/PWGzev7lmN
Replying to @NASA
🌱 Like plants? Good. Like plants grown in lunar soil? Scientists just did that. Ask @UF and @NASAMoon experts about their groundbreaking experiment, and what it means for future astronauts. twitter.com/i/spaces/1MYGN…
 
For the first time ever, scientists have grown plants in lunar soil.

This @UF and @NASASpaceSci experiment using Apollo Moon samples could shape the future of sustainable astronaut missions to deep space. Dig into the story: go.nasa.gov/38oVJU6
 
In reply to @NASA
That's just awesome!!!! Now I can't wait to see what Webb's gonna unfold!!😍😍😍🚀
Replying to @annoyingcr
Yes! When @NASAWebb begins its first science operations this summer, it will join the stellar network of observatories capable of peering into the hearts of galaxies to study the swirling black holes at their centers. We. can't. wait.
 
In reply to @NASA
Isn't this a photo of a black hole from a few years ago?🤔
Replying to @e_standge
It looks similar, but you're looking at the first image ever taken of the black hole at the center of our galaxy. It's 4 million times more massive than the Sun. In comparison, the M87 galaxy's black hole (image released in 2019), is several billion times the mass of the Sun.
 
Have you seen the picture of the black hole at the center of our galaxy?

The image of Sagittarius A* (inset) was taken by @EHTelescope. Now see it in context with support from our @ChandraXray, Swift and NuSTAR observatories. Here's what the colors mean: go.nasa.gov/3yya5vX
 
Congratulations to the @ehtelescope team on capturing the first image of Sagittarius A*, the black hole at the center of our galaxy!
Our own black hole! Astronomers have just revealed the 1st image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy using the @ehtelescope- a planet-scale array of radio telescopes that emerged from decades of NSF support. bit.ly/38rC85z #ourblackhole pic.twitter.com/pd96CH3V0m
 
This #AANHPI Heritage Month, we celebrate the contributions of Life Detection Systems branch chief Vance Oyama and chemist Audrey Miyamoto. In the late 1960s their investigations looked for evidence of life in Apollo 11 lunar samples: go.nasa.gov/3FBbFyP
 
LIVE: Teams from NASA and @BoeingSpace give an update on OFT-2, the second test flight of Boeing’s #Starliner spacecraft. Launch to the @Space_Station for the human-rated capsule is targeted for May 19: youtu.be/nnnKs3UoLJc
 
Hello, world! First-light images from @NOAA's GOES-18 weather satellite reveal our home planet in high resolution.

We oversaw development and launch of this mission, which will provide data to improve weather forecasts, and monitor our changing climate: nasa.gov/goes
 
🔴Live Now: Join the astronauts of #Crew3 as they answer questions about their recent mission aboard the @Space_Station in their first media event since splashdown. Submit your questions using #AskNASA: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Welcome to the #Artemis Accords, Colombia. 🇨🇴

The path to the Moon is enhanced with international partnerships. Thank you for committing to a safe and prosperous future in space: go.nasa.gov/3srkrdg
 
Our @NASAInSight Mars lander put the first seismometer on the surface of another planet.

We're holding a media teleconference at 2pm ET (18:00 UTC) on Tuesday, May 17, to provide an update on the mission. Reporters, RSVP now: go.nasa.gov/37ycz2v
 
When the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano erupted in January 2022, it affected the world... and space.

Hurricane-speed winds and unusual electric currents formed in the ionosphere. go.nasa.gov/3L6mt98

📷: NASA, NOAA, NESDIS
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NASA Retweeted ·  
Felt that one‼️

After more than three years of listening to the soft rumbles of Mars, I just felt by far my biggest “marsquake” yet: looks like about magnitude 5. My team is studying the data to learn more. Science rewards patience!

More details: go.nasa.gov/3kXqLVE
 
After 177 days in space, what questions do you have for our Crew-3 astronauts?

Join us for a post-splashdown #Crew3 news conference at 11:45am (15:45 UTC) this Wednesday, May 11—and share your Qs with #AskNASA: go.nasa.gov/394Vcqa
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Computer, enhance! Compare the same target — seen by Spitzer & in Webb’s calibration images. Spitzer, NASA's first infrared Great Observatory, led the way for Webb’s larger primary mirror & improved detectors to see the infrared sky with even more clarity: blogs.nasa.gov/webb/2022/05/0…
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In reply to @NASA
How are black holes formed?
Replying to @theRoy2008
There are two main types of black holes: we're still learning about how supermassive black holes are formed, but stellar-sized black holes are created when giant stars run out of fuel and collapse under their own weight. More info: nasa.gov/vision/univers…
What Are Black Holes?
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There aren't many kinds of objects in our solar system we haven't seen up close with a spacecraft. Metal asteroids are one of them.

Launching in 2022, #MissionToPsyche will explore a metal asteroid that may tell us more about the core of our own planet. go.nasa.gov/3Fi8Xy0
 
In reply to @NASA
What is that?
Replying to @s_o34
You're looking at the 6.5-meter-wide (21.3-foot-wide) primary mirror of the James Webb Space Telescope. Launched in December 2021 to an orbit 1.6 million kilometers (1 million miles) away, it's now getting ready to look 13.5 billion years back in time: jwst.nasa.gov
 
NOW: @NASAWebb experts discuss the successful alignment of the telescope's mirrors and instruments, and a preview of what to expect as Webb prepares to #UnfoldTheUniverse this summer: youtu.be/s5hG60HzNd8
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NASA Retweeted ·  
#HappyMothersDay from Hubble! 🌻

We have a cosmic bouquet for you! This image of the “Sunflower Galaxy” (M63) is a beautiful view from 27 million light-years away.

Find out more about this spiral galaxy: go.nasa.gov/3KTxXwt
 
Crew-3 completes their nearly six-month stay on the @Space_Station, detailed visualizations of a black hole grouping make their debut for #BlackHoleWeek, and volcanic eruptions may speed up global warming.

Add more space to your life by visiting nasa.gov
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Did #BlackHoleWeek⚫ get you excited about visiting a black hole? We wouldn’t recommend it … but if you still want to, we have some safety tips for you. Watch this video to prepare for your journey!
 
As we reach the end of #TeacherAppreciationWeek, we want to thank educators who encourage and inspire generations of explorers. Watch our @NASA_Astronauts #ThankATeacher who had an astronomical impact on their lives:
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
The #Crew3 mission is officially complete!

After launching from Kennedy on Nov. 10, 2021, @SpaceX's Dragon Endurance splashed down off the coast of Florida today at 12:43am ET, bringing @Astro_Raja, @AstroMarshburn, Kayla Barron, and @Astro_Matthias home: go.nasa.gov/3LOCl1a
 
LIVE NOW: Experts from NASA, @ESA and @SpaceX are providing updates following this morning's successful #Crew3 splashdown. Join our live news conference at youtu.be/XwHRkjPRUoA. pic.twitter.com/90hHRz9EDi
Replying to @NASA
See more captures of #Crew3's return from @NASAHQPhoto: flic.kr/s/aHBqjzNz1v
 
LIVE NOW: Experts from NASA, @ESA and @SpaceX are providing updates following this morning's successful #Crew3 splashdown. Join our live news conference at youtu.be/XwHRkjPRUoA.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
After a successful splashdown at 12:43am ET, the #Crew3 astronauts are home.

Our post-splashdown media teleconference call is now scheduled for 2am ET. Join us at nasa.gov/live.
 
After a successful splashdown at 12:43am ET (04:43 UTC), the hatch is open and the #Crew3 astronauts are home.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
The @SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft Endurance is seen as it returns from space off the coast of Florida with #Crew3 astronauts @astro_matthias, @AstroMarshburn, @Astro_Raja, and Kayla Barron after spending 175 days aboard @Space_Station! Check back flic.kr/s/aHBqjzNz1v
 
And… splashdown! Dragon has safely made it home with precious cargo aboard: four #Crew3 astronauts!

Now they wait for the recovery vehicle, which is named after Shannon Walker, mission specialist for the first crewed @SpaceX mission to the @Space_Station:
 
Parachutes deployed! After 175 days aboard the @Space_Station, the #Crew3 astronauts will soon splash down off the coast of Tampa and become reacquainted with our home planet.
 
In reply to @NASA
@NASA #AskNASA Can the re-entry burn be seen from the west coast of Florida?
Replying to @Mustang_Rob
The #Crew3 Dragon Endurance will splash down from the southwest, passing over southern Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula. Here's a visibility map of where and when it may be possible to spot it:
 
The deorbit burn has begun and the #Crew3 astronauts are one step closer to coming home.
 
#Crew3's Dragon Endurance will splash down from the southwest, passing over southern Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula. Here's where you might be able to see it during reentry:
 
Our four #Crew3 astronauts are almost home! Join us live as @SpaceX's Dragon Endurance spacecraft splashes down off the coast of Florida.

Landing is scheduled for 12:43am ET (04:43 UTC): twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Reporters: Register to cover launch & prelaunch activities of the next @SpaceX cargo mission to the @Space_Station, set for Tues, June 7.

Dragon will deliver medical research & an instrument to measure the effects of mineral dust in Earth’s atmosphere: go.nasa.gov/3l36ZIF
 
In reply to @AbdulRaheem5876
A 53-hour Chandra observation of the central region of the Perseus galaxy cluster captured the sound waves. They were discovered by using a special image-processing technique to bring out subtle changes in brightness in the X-ray data. (1/2)
Replying to @NASA @AbdulRaheem5876 and 1 otherfalse
We then took that X-ray data and translated it into sound humans can hear (using Python & sound editing software). (2/2)
 
In reply to @NASA
#asknasa how is this sound created using X-ray data i mean X-ray is not any type of sound but it is a thype of light right?
A 53-hour Chandra observation of the central region of the Perseus galaxy cluster captured the sound waves. They were discovered by using a special image-processing technique to bring out subtle changes in brightness in the X-ray data. (1/2)
 
 
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