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馃 Do we live in a bubble shaped like a deflated croissant?

Scientists have developed a new puffy model for the shape of the Sun鈥檚 heliosphere, or the magnetic bubble that surrounds our solar system: go.nasa.gov/31oJAqE
 
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"It鈥檚 a matter of being really self-assured that you can do it... I did it, and I believe that you can do it too 鈥 but you have to believe it for yourself.鈥

鈥 Mary Lobo, Director of Office of Technology Incubation and Innovation @NASAglenn

馃敆 nasa.gov/faces-of-nasa/鈥
 
Next week, our asteroid sampling mission @OSIRISREx will practice touching asteroid Bennu one last time before its big moment. Here's a preview of the rehearsal: go.nasa.gov/3a2G49d
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Muscles in lab mice on the @Space_Station grew when implanted with an experimental medical device. This @ISS_Research could help people living with atrophy and osteoporosis, and prevent muscle loss in astronauts on long-duration missions: go.nasa.gov/2PxgMql
 
Nightglow on Mars is as bright in ultraviolet as our northern lights on Earth.

Images of the pulses of light, taken by our @NASAMars MAVEN orbiter, are being used by scientists to illuminate complex circulation patterns in the atmosphere: go.nasa.gov/31s1U21
 
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Progress! The fourth test of the @NASA_SLS core stage Green Run test series is complete. Teams finished testing the main propulsion system components within the core stage that connect to the rocket鈥檚 four RS-25 engines on August 5. Details: nasa.gov/exploration/sy鈥
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Taking advantage of a total lunar eclipse, astronomers using @NASAHubble have detected ozone in our atmosphere.

Why's this important?

馃敪 Researchers can now use this new method 鈥 and space telescopes 鈥 to continue the search for life in our universe: go.nasa.gov/2C3yzCu
 
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#NASAMITTIC is challenging students at Minority Serving Institutions to use existing @NASA_Techonology to 鈥渟pinoff鈥 a new idea!馃挮

馃搫 Write a concept paper
馃敩 Work with NASA researchers
馃挕Turn ideas into @NASA reality!

Learn more 鈫 go.nasa.gov/nasamittic
 
"In the spacesuit, you're looking down and seeing the Earth from above, from the outside with your own human eyes. It changes you as a person."

@Astro_Jessica reflects on her mission to the @Space_Station in the new episode of our "Down to Earth" series: youtu.be/Bcxqr4X7a-A
 
As we work to identify & address systemic discrimination & inequality in all aspects of the scientific community, we are reexamining the use of unofficial terminology for cosmic objects which can be not only insensitive, but actively harmful. Read more: go.nasa.gov/33C9ERI
 
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Eight years ago today, I landed on Mars. Feels like only yestersol!

My exploration of the Red Planet continues (go.nasa.gov/31hE3Cj), while @NASAPersevere's is about to begin. She'll #CountdownToMars and land in much the same way I did.
 
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Hi there! This is an artist's rendering, but you can see stunning images of Jupiter on our @NASAJuno mission page: nasa.gov/juno
 
鈿★笍 New results from @NASAJuno suggest Jupiter is home to "shallow lightning." An unexpected form of electrical discharge, it comes from an ammonia-water solution, whereas lightning on Earth originates from water clouds: go.nasa.gov/31pMVFM
 
馃懆鈥嶐煔 How do we launch @NASA_Astronauts from the United States to the @Space_Station?
馃挮 Why was #LaunchAmerica historic?
馃殌 Will there be more launches in the coming months?

Find out answers to these questions and more in our latest #AskNASA video: youtu.be/xwElqBcisMY
 
Happy birthday to Neil Armstrong, born 90 years ago on Aug. 5, 1930. Today we remember him for his contributions to aeronautics and for being the first human to walk on the Moon.
Happy Birthday Neil Armstrong! 馃懆鈥嶐煔 鉁堬笍 馃帄

On this day we remember Neil Armstrong on what would鈥檝e been his 90th year on Earth. We honor his lasting impact and legacy in space exploration and aviation history, inspiring generations.

More: go.nasa.gov/3fvaL8l pic.twitter.com/IX7OOftsrR
 
On Friday, Aug. 7 at 12:45pm ET, @Astro_SEAL will answer questions from students participating in @ISS_CASIS STEM programs.

How to watch this live event from the @Space_Station: go.nasa.gov/2PtEHaq
 
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Our planet has lost a true champion with the passing of Mike Freilich. @NASA sends our condolences to his loved ones, and the entire NASA Family shares their loss. blogs.nasa.gov/bridenstine/20鈥
 
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Remembering Neil Armstrong on his #birthday! Armstrong is best known as the first person to set foot on the Moon, but he also worked as an administrator, research pilot & engineer over the course of his long @NASA career.

Read his oral history here: historycollection.jsc.nasa.gov/JSCHistoryPort鈥
 
"Every time you look out the window of the @Space_Station... the perspective that you have from low-Earth orbit of our planet is just one of complete awe."

@Astro_Doug describes what it's like to look back on Earth from space. #LaunchAmerica
 
As @AstroBehnken adjusts from our #LaunchAmerica mission, his wife @Astro_Megan is preparing for her upcoming Crew-2 mission, which will be @SpaceX's second operational flight of the Dragon Endeavour spacecraft to the @Space_Station:
 
Why did the #LaunchAmerica astronauts call various people from inside @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour after they splashed down?

@Astro_Doug explains:
 
"The mission went just like the simulators. Honestly, from start to finish, all the way. There were really no surprises."

@Astro_Doug discusses the preparation for the #LaunchAmerica mission and how the actual experience compared.
 
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What would you be the first thing you eat after two months of living in space? 馃 #LaunchAmerica
 
"To just share in that journey, that odyssey, that endeavor 鈥 as we named our ship 鈥 was just one of the true honors of my entire life."

As the last space shuttle pilot and the first commander of Dragon, @Astro_Doug has a unique perspective on the #LaunchAmerica mission.
 
Jolts, noise, and quoting old movies 鈥 @AstroBehnken explains what it was like to re-enter Earth's atmosphere inside the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour. #LaunchAmerica
 
"It's a humbling experience to be a part of what was accomplished with the @SpaceX vehicle."

@AstroBehnken comments on what it was like to realize five years of work into a successful launch and splashdown. #LaunchAmerica
 
"We're almost kind of speechless as far as how well the vehicle did and how well the mission went."

@Astro_Doug reflects on the successful journey of the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour spacecraft to and from the @Space_Station. #LaunchAmerica
 
LIVE: @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug answer questions about their @Commercial_Crew flight to @Space_Station aboard the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour spacecraft.

Watch: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥' rel='nofollow noreferrer'>twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥 twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥' rel='nofollow noreferrer'>twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥
 
Today, hear from @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug as they discuss their historic #LaunchAmerica mission to @Space_Station and splashdown aboard the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour.

Watch at 4:30pm ET: nasa.gov/live
 
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Join us today for a news conference with our Demo-2 crew 鈥 @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug:

馃棑锔 When: Aug. 4 at 4:30 p.m. ET
馃搷 Where: @NASA_Johnson
鉂 About: The historic mission to the @Space_Station with a successful splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico

馃捇: nasa.gov/nasalive
 
NASA Retweeted 路  
#Isaias Landfall Late Last Night- The eye of Hurricane Isaias made landfall in southern North Carolina around 1110pm EDT (0310 UTC) on Mon. Aug. 3 near Ocean Isle Beach, with maximum sustained winds of 85 mph/140 kph. NASA's Terra satellite took this 9 hrs, 40mins before landfall
 
Home is where the #LaunchAmerica crew is!

After spending 64 days in orbit, completing 1,024 orbits around Earth & traveling 27,147,284 miles, @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug will discuss their recently completed mission.

馃搮 Tuesday, Aug. 4
馃暉 4:30pm ET
馃敆 go.nasa.gov/39Uwllt
 
Look up tonight to see the next full Moon. 馃対 The Algonquin tribes called the August full Moon the Sturgeon Moon, due to the abundance of giant sturgeon fish this time of year. Around the world, it has other names: go.nasa.gov/33lEcXR
 
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May 30 鉃★笍 August 2

After more than two months on the @Space_Station, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug returned to Earth. This mission marked the first time since 2011 that astronauts launched from U.S. soil: blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew鈥
 
#DidYouKnow a critical piece of hardware allowing @Commercial_Crew spacecraft to dock to @Space_Station was developed in Ohio?

A Q&A with @NASAGlenn experts on the docking system seal used by @SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour on the #LaunchAmerica mission: go.nasa.gov/3grvUBs
 
Now that @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug have safely returned to Earth 馃審 aboard the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour, let's reflect on the combined 100 hours of @ISS_Research 馃И馃敩 completed during their time on our orbiting space lab: go.nasa.gov/2Pi4xOo
 
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Thumbs up for a safe journey home. 馃憤

@Astro_Doug and @AstroBehnken splashed down yesterday off the Florida coast on @NASA and @SpaceX鈥檚 Demo-2 mission. They arrived in Houston yesterday afternoon and were greeted by family, friends, and coworkers, celebrating their return.
 
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It鈥檚 been almost eight years since @MarsCuriosity landed on Mars, and found the planet could once have supported life as we know it. Now @NASAPersevere is headed to search for signs of ancient life. Click for postcards from Curiosity鈥檚 Martian journey: go.nasa.gov/31hE3Cj
 
Please join us in congratulating the global winners of the #SpaceApps #COVID19 Challenge. Check out the 6 winners (out of 1,400+ submitted projects): go.nasa.gov/2PmUEik

Special thanks to our space agency partners @JAXA_en, @ESA, @CNES, and @CSA_ASC for their collaboration.
 
Our @NASAEarth Aqua satellite obtained visible and water vapor imagery of Isaias as the storm moved along the east coast of Florida.

The latest updates: go.nasa.gov/2Dfgimj
 
Did you watch the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour splashdown? Share your well wishes for @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug!

馃帴 馃摳 Create a photo, artwork or video welcoming them home to Earth
馃殌 馃嚭馃嚫 Tag your post with #LaunchAmerica
馃憖 鉁 Watch to see if we use your message on social media!
 
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Congratulations to @NASASolarSystem鈥檚 #LucyMission! Last week, teams confirmed that things are on schedule to begin assembling the robotic explorer that will venture to the Trojan asteroids and revolutionize our knowledge of how the solar system formed: go.nasa.gov/33nrWGA
 
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I'm extremely proud to have been a small part of what @NASA and @SpaceX just accomplished! Launching humans into space and bringing them home safely is a high water mark for technical achievement. We did it!
 
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In May, President @realDonaldTrump watched as American astronauts launched into space from U.S. soil for the first time in nearly a decade.

This afternoon, @SpaceX Dragon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico! 馃殌

Congratulations, @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug鈥攁nd welcome home!
 
Today, history was made.

@AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug returned to Earth aboard @SpaceX's Crew Dragon Endeavour, completing their #LaunchAmerica @Commercial_Crew mission and ushering in a new era of human spaceflight: go.nasa.gov/31cKhmP
 
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"No matter where you are on planet Earth, this is a good thing."

@SpaceX CEO @ElonMusk reflects on the success of the #LaunchAmerica mission and what it means for commercial space capability:
 
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.@NASA astronauts @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug smile and give a thumbs up after the @SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour's hatch was opened. flic.kr/s/aHsmPMDDof
 
"We're both super, super proud having been just a small part of the team that accomplished bringing those spaceflights back to the Florida coast and bringing that capability back to America."

@AstroBehnken reflects on his experience with #LaunchAmerica:
 
"Five hours ago we were bobbing around in the Gulf of Mexico."

@Astro_Doug reflects on the journey that took him and @AstroBehnken to the @Space_Station and back with the @Commercial_Crew program. #LaunchAmerica
 
 
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