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"Let us hope that this milestone will inspire us to transcend 'all possible manner of differences,' as the great Du Bois once put it, and keep foremost in mind all that we have in common as human beings; as sisters and brothers here on Earth."

@HenryLouisGates on #Artemis I
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
The world’s largest active volcano, Mauna Loa, is still erupting.

The @NASA/@USGS Landsat 9 satellite captured this image on Dec. 2. Infrared data from #Landsat’s OLI-2, which detects heat, is overlaid in red, indicating the presence of lava.

🌋: go.nasa.gov/3iEuU2Y
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
50 years ago today, @NASA’s #Apollo17 countdown clock started in preparation for the launch of the last crewed mission to the Moon. Let’s kick off our final #Apollo50th celebration with a #TriviaTuesday poll! ⬇️
 
LIVE NOW: Following today's close flyby of the Moon, our experts are giving an update on the #Artemis I mission.

The @NASA_Orion spacecraft is expected to splash down in the Pacific Ocean on Dec. 11. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
As @NASA_Orion prepares to bid the Moon adieu, the #Artemis I mission says, "Goodnight, Moon!"

Check out this video of @AstroMarshburn reading aloud from the children's book during a past “Read Along, Draw Along” event hosted by Crayola and HarperKids.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
One day in the solar system: Here are a few views captured – today – by @NASA spacecraft. 🛰📸🧵

This is the Moon and the distant crescent Earth as seen today by the @NASA_Orion spacecraft during the #Artemis I mission. nasa.gov/artemis
 
An observatory that will capture light from Earth’s outer atmosphere is set to launch in 2025 with a new name – The Carruthers Geocorona Observatory – in honor of Dr. George R. Carruthers, who designed & built the first lunar telescope, flown on Apollo 16. go.nasa.gov/3XRVMNb
 
In reply to @NASA
When do they do the moon landing?
#Artemis I and II are set to be flybys. The Artemis III mission looks to land the next astronauts on the surface of the Moon at its South Pole.
 
We have retrieved signal with @NASA_Orion after an expected loss of signal when the spacecraft flew directly behind the Moon.

You can see Earth in the distance. That's us. #Artemis

nasa.gov/artemislive
 
In reply to @NASA
Why wouldn't they show a continual live feed from the spacecraft? I would imagine that is what most people want to see.
You can watch live here when a feed is available from the spacecraft. Sometimes, we need to prioritize bandwidth for mission activities. nasa.gov/artemislive/
 
.@NASA_Orion is only 1,550 miles away from the Moon right now.

The spacecraft will fly about 79 miles above the lunar surface at 11:42am ET (16:42 UTC).
 
LIVE NOW: @NASA_Orion is harnessing the Moon’s gravity to accelerate back toward Earth.

The spacecraft is expected to fly about 79 miles above the lunar surface at 11:42am ET (1642 UTC). #Artemis twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
We’re planning one of our biggest feats ever – bringing Mars samples to Earth – and you can play a part.

We're looking for your feedback on Mars Sample Return in a series of in-person meetings. Find details and updated meeting locations here: go.nasa.gov/3gniufj
 
There’s nothing like a weekend road trip – and you can follow @NASA_Orion’s journey as it heads back to Earth! We’ve listed all the ways you can keep up-to-date with the #Artemis I mission, including the live tracker, in this @Tumblr post: bit.ly/3VAlAeF
 
Can we fix it? Yes, we can 🔧

Astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio have successfully installed Roll-Out Solar Array on the starboard truss structure of the @Space_Station. They have also disconnected a cable allowing restoring a power channel to 75% of its operating capacity.
 
In reply to @NASA
Do they go in for more oxygen or carry everything with them?
The astronauts do not recharge or refill their suits during a spacewalk. Instead they are wearing spacesuits that are self-contained units providing everything a spacewalker needs for life support during a spacewalk.
 
Watch as the newly installed Roll-Out Solar Array deploys on the @Space_Station’s starboard truss structure for the first time. Astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio are more than five hours into their spacewalk.
 
In reply to @NASA
Do the astronauts always have one hand on a grip and the other to work with or are there other types of tethers that allow for use of two hands at once?
Replying to @abibrownman
A variety of tethers keep astronauts safely attached to the station as they move back and forth. Other tethers keep the spacewalkers stable and close to the worksite allowing them to use both their hands for different tasks.
 
In reply to @NASA
I’m upgrading the stabilization gyroscopes and the airlock pressurization pump in my kitchen.
Replying to @davidksimerly
You're speaking our (technical) language. Good luck!
 
In reply to @NASA
where is snoopy rn
Replying to @byjork
Snoopy is currently orbiting about 43,600 mi (70,167 km) above the Moon's surface. You can track Snoopy aboard @NASA_Orion with our Artemis Tracker, which uses real-time telemetry data to show where Orion is at all times: nasa.gov/trackartemis
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
.@NASA spacewalker Josh Cassada has released the roll-out solar array from its attachment point and rides the #Canadarm2 robotic arm to its installation site. nasa.gov/live
 
In reply to @NASA
Calculus 😔
Replying to @ada_kersh
Sine us up. 🧮
 
In reply to @NASA
that is a cool looking drill
Replying to @CliffVandercave
We call it a PGT, short for Pistol Grip Tool. It's cordless and designed to be used with bulky space gloves.
 
In reply to @NASA
Work with music creation 🤭
Replying to @mandylauralane
Nice! You may enjoy our SoundCloud full of sounds of the universe that you can sample for free: soundcloud.com/nasa/sets
NASA
soundcloud.com
 
In reply to @NASA
Setting up the Christmas tree. Decorating everything that doesn’t move in our house.
Replying to @meharmsen
You gotta go big. Happy decorating! 🎄
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In reply to @NASA
Actually, I have to learn for school. Chemistry. But I am visiting a technical school, with a background thought to work for NASA one day. But as an Austrian, I think I don’t have good chances to work for you one day :( But hopes and dreams die last… :) I‘m believing
Replying to @RabergerRaphael
Chemistry, that's great! But don't count yourself out. The road to your dreams is not a straight path and you never know where life takes you. Keep the dream alive and we'll hope to see you here some time. ✨
 
In reply to @NASA
I plan on testing out my couch during soccer and football games…
That counts. You are go for couch.
 
It's a good day for some home improvement. Astronauts are currently ahead of schedule as they install new roll-out solar arrays outside the @Space_Station. What do you plan to work on today? 🛠️
 
In reply to @NASA
Other than communications with the ISS, each other, or NASA, what do the astronauts hear while they're on a spacewalk? Is it complete silence, an electrical hum of some type, the sounds of breathing, classical music...?
Replying to @EllenGarnett1
That's about it! Astronauts only hear each other and team members on the ground.
 
In reply to @NASA
EVA that lasts seven hours, is that a record?
Replying to @RichardTKoenig
We usually plan for a seven-hour spacewalk, though they can go longer or shorter. Astronauts Susan Helms and Jim Voss hold the record for longest spacewalk at 8 hours and 56 minutes (March 10, 2001).
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
This narrated 3-D animation describes what the two @NASA_Astronauts will do today during today's spacewalk to install a new roll-out solar array. nasa.gov/live
 
Spacewalk in progress. Watch astronauts @Astro_Josh (suit with red stripes) and Frank Rubio (unmarked suit) install new @Space_Station rollout solar arrays. The spacewalk is expected to last seven hours. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
In reply to @NASA
Is the YT live feed working? It’s gone down for me in the UK?
Replying to @MarkyBigSmoke
Our connection went down for a moment but we’re back up. Thanks for watching!
 
LIVE: @NASA_Astronauts prepare for a spacewalk at the @Space_Station to install new rollout solar arrays. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
In reply to @NASA
BRO NASA DID *NOT* JUST MAKE A STARCRAFT REFERENCE OH MY GOD
Replying to @lawlznet
👀
 
You must construct additional pylons. 🛠

Tune in Dec. 3 at 6am ET (1100 UTC) as @NASA_Astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio install a roll-out solar array to upgrade power generation on the @Space_Station's starboard structure: go.nasa.gov/3H6qfRr
 
Don’t miss the remaining coverage of the #Artemis I Moon mission: go.nasa.gov/3uiYzBd

Dec. 5, 9am ET (1400 UTC): Return lunar flyby
Dec. 5, 5pm ET (2200 UTC): Flyby debrief
Dec. 8, 5pm ET (2200 UTC): Splashdown preview
Dec. 11, 11am ET (1600 UTC): @NASA_Orion splashdown
 
As the @NASA_Orion spacecraft prepares for the journey back to Earth, we reflect on all the women who led the Artemis I mission to the Moon.

Through #Artemis, we will see the first woman and first person of color walk on the lunar surface.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
#ICYMI, Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, is erupting after a 38-year pause! 🌋

This animation shows a plume of sulfur dioxide (SO₂) coming from the volcano and traveling across the Pacific Ocean over the following 3 days.

Read on for the climate implications ⬇️
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LIVE NOW: The @NASA_Orion spacecraft is performing the first of two maneuvers to exit lunar orbit and begin its journey from the Moon back to Earth.

The burn is scheduled to begin at 4:53pm ET (21:53 UTC). #Artemis twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Lots of Moon action this month—and we don’t just mean Orion’s journey! On the evening of Dec. 1, the Moon will appear very close to Jupiter. A few days later, it’ll cover up Mars and end the month by sliding past Saturn and Jupiter. Our What’s Up! guide has all the details.
 
Across NASA, we celebrated the Indigenous Native American culture and heritage that has been passed down from generation to generation for centuries. Check out our recap of #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth highlights from team members who take us higher. twitter.com/i/events/15979…
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
The United States and France have partnered on space exploration for more than 60 years. It was my honor to welcome President Macron to @NASA to build on the progress we have made and strengthen our collaboration even further.
 
"Being able to help other folks and increase knowledge of Native Americans within NASA — I've also learned a lot about my own background.”

Learn about Ronnie Adams as he reflects on his heritage and past at @NASAKennedy: go.nasa.gov/3gOQmlj

#NativeAmericanHeritageMonth:
 
LIVE NOW: We're previewing @NASA_Orion’s scheduled departure from its distant retrograde orbit around the Moon, which will begin on Thursday, Dec. 1 at 4:53pm ET (21:53 UTC). #Artemis twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
We go, and we go together.🤝

Today, @SenBillNelson hosted @VP & @EmmanuelMacron at our headquarters in Washington. From Earth's ocean to deep space, we continue to build on more than 60 years of collaboration for the betterment of all: go.nasa.gov/3OXhjjl pic.twitter.com/UQa32bFHUo
Replying to @NASA
Today at NASA headquarters, our administrator, @SenBillNelson took @VP and @EmmanuelMacron on a virtual trip around the Moon with views from the #Artemis I mission. Now, it's your turn. Allons-y!
 
We go, and we go together.🤝

Today, @SenBillNelson hosted @VP & @EmmanuelMacron at our headquarters in Washington. From Earth's ocean to deep space, we continue to build on more than 60 years of collaboration for the betterment of all: go.nasa.gov/3OXhjjl
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
🚀 LAUNCH UPDATE: The Surface Water and Ocean Topography satellite is now scheduled to launch on Dec. 15 at 3:46am PST.

The #SWOTmission will lift off from Vandenberg Space Force Base aboard a @SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

blogs.nasa.gov/swot/
 
The next generation of @NASAEarth science is moving forward.

Following an independent review, we’re implementing recommendations to ensure that our Earth System Observatory will meet all science goals to help us understand our changing planet: go.nasa.gov/3uaNZwa
 
Is there water on the Moon? Yes, in the form of ice. Water is critical for future missions, which is why our golf cart-sized VIPER rover will explore the lunar South Pole in search of ice: nasa.gov/viper
 
 
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