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NASA Retweeted ·  
#ParkerSolarProbe has sent a good status signal after its 7th solar flyby this weekend! ✅ The geometry of this orbit gave scientists the chance to make coordinated observations of the Sun & its effects with other spacecraft and Earth-based observatories. go.nasa.gov/3iyHEUJ
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
It has been my great honor to serve as your @NASA Administrator. I will miss the amazing NASA family and will forever be grateful for my time at this incredible agency. Ad astra.
 
In coordination with @csa_asc, our new @NASAPrize, the Deep Space Food Challenge, offers up to a $500K prize purse for ideas on how to provide astronauts healthy, tasty food for longer missions to Mars and beyond.

🍲 Here's how you can compete: go.nasa.gov/3iubCcu
 
LIVE: Get the latest on our @NASA_SLS rocket for #Artemis missions. Administrator @JimBridenstine, human spaceflight lead @KathyLueders, and experts from NASA, @BoeingSpace, and @AerojetRdyne discuss the Jan. 16 hot fire test of the rocket's core stage: nasa.gov/live
 
In reply to @NASA
#asknasa how can they stay out in space for 5 hours,without having to go to the toilet? And now they must be very thirsty too.
Replying to @ElsbethDen
Hi again! Spacesuits are equipped with water pouches so astronauts can turn their heads and drink from a straw next to their faces. And if they need to use the bathroom, they wear multi-layered absorbent material that allows them to "go" comfortably. Thanks for your question! 🚀
 
In reply to @NASA
I used #asknasa one time but never got an answer so I won't ask anymore questions. I think it was because I live in Europe and am not American.
Replying to @ElsbethDen
Hi Elsbeth! We're sorry we didn't get to your question last time, but we love talking to people all around the world, no matter where they're from. We're all crew members aboard this spaceship called Earth! 🚀💫
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In reply to @NASA
GOOD luck for the spacewalk. 🚀🚀🚀👍👏👍
Replying to @WillertBrigitte
Thank you, Brigitte! Our astronauts are ready! 🌟
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Tune in at 5:30pm ET for a news update on last Saturday's hot fire of the @NASA_SLS core stage. Administrator @JimBridenstine, human spaceflight lead @KathyLueders, and experts from NASA, @BoeingSpace and @AerojetRdyne will discuss the test: go.nasa.gov/3qzStbN
 
Astronauts @AstroVicGlover and @Astro_illini will conduct two spacewalks for @Space_Station upgrades on Jan. 27 and Feb. 1, and we're broadcasting them live.

Join NASA experts for a spacewalk preview on Jan. 22 at 3pm ET. Have questions? Use #AskNASA: go.nasa.gov/3bU2LQ3
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
NASA inspections show core stage and engines for @NASA_SLS in excellent shape. Data show test parameters used for ground test but not for #Artemis flight led to computer shutdown of Green Run hot fire test. For more: go.nasa.gov/3nZN6kH
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Hitching a ride on @NASAPersevere, the Mars Helicopter, Ingenuity, is a technology demonstration to test powered flight on another world for the first time. Learn more at mars.nasa.gov/technology/hel… #CountdownToMars
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NASA Retweeted ·  
On #MLKDay 1 year ago, @Astro_Christina & I completed our 3rd spacewalk together @Space_Station. We took a moment to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. and his astute words, “We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now”. Sage advice, then, and now.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Martin Luther King Jr. came of age in one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, #Atlanta. #MLKDay earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/147806
 
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that." — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Today we honor his legacy with this stunning image of Atlanta, #MLK's birthplace, alight amidst the dark of night.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
#ICYMI: Over the weekend, @NASA_Orion was transported to its next location, the Multi-Payload Processing Facility.

Here, it'll be moved into a service stand that provides 360-degree access, allowing engineers & technicians to fuel & service the spacecraft go.nasa.gov/38T6pHP
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Green Run @NASA_SLS hot fire, T-0 time at 5:27 pm ET, lasting 67.2 sec. Engine ignition at 6 sec. prior to T-0, in sequence about 120 milliseconds apart. Core stage & engines in good shape. More to come this week on Artemis blog.
 
🚀 10.9 million names from around the WORLD are on their way to Mars right now aboard our @NASAPersevere rover.

If you didn’t secure your seat on this flight, don’t worry! You can grab your ticket for the next mission, here: go.nasa.gov/39VgHXB

#CountdownToMars
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NASA Retweeted ·  
LauncherOne has been released from Cosmic Girl and its NewtonThree main stage engine has ignited. The 10 CubeSats of ELaNa 20 are on their way to space! 🚀🛰️
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
A NASA small satellite mission designed to study how small particles collide and aggregate in microgravity is scheduled to launch today on @Virgin_Orbit’s LauncherOne as part of NASA’s Educational Launch of Nanosatellites (ELaNa) program: nasa.gov/content/about-…
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
#DYK: @NASA's ELaNa missions provide a deployment opportunity for CubeSat projects developed by students, educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and NASA Centers. Learn more ➡️ go.nasa.gov/3l7RDQo
 
On Saturday, we conducted a hot fire test of the core stage for the @NASA_SLS rocket that will launch @NASAArtemis missions to the Moon. Find out more about the test: go.nasa.gov/3nPGwNt
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Today, @NASA, @BoeingSpace, and @AerojetRdyne held the Green Run hot fire test.

Take a look at the imagery we captured of all four RS-25 engines of @NASA_SLS firing simultaneously at @NASAStennis. 📷 go.nasa.gov/3nDrWIW
 
"The test article that is behind us is also the flight hardware that will launch Orion to the Moon. This is unique. [...] This article made the right decision to shut itself down." - Administrator @JimBridenstine on today's @NASA_SLS core stage test. pic.twitter.com/hv7mRx7gAn
Replying to @NASA
"Now we've got to go figure out what made it make that decision, make some adjustments, and fix it." For more information about the Green Run test series, visit: nasa.gov/greenrun
 
"The test article that is behind us is also the flight hardware that will launch Orion to the Moon. This is unique. [...] This article made the right decision to shut itself down." - Administrator @JimBridenstine on today's @NASA_SLS core stage test.
 
.@NASA_SLS program manager John Honeycutt provides a summary of today's rocket core stage test at @NASAStennis:
 
"I want people to be encouraged because the future is very bright, and certainly we're going to learn a lot from this test." - Administrator @JimBridenstine reflects on today's hot fire of the @NASA_SLS rocket core stage.
 
LIVE NOW: An update on today's @NASA_SLS engine hot fire test: 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…
 
UPDATE: The post-test briefing is now targeted for approximately 8:00pm ET.
Today's @NASA_SLS core stage engine test ended about one minute into the expected eight-minute hot fire. Teams will assess the data from the engine shutdown to determine the next steps.

Tune in to NASA TV for a post-test update at approx. 7:30pm ET: nasa.gov pic.twitter.com/9ogcGn3mS6
 
Today's @NASA_SLS core stage engine test ended about one minute into the expected eight-minute hot fire. Teams will assess the data from the engine shutdown to determine the next steps.

Tune in to NASA TV for a post-test update at approx. 7:30pm ET: nasa.gov
 
Watch all four @NASA_SLS core stage engines roar to life and shake the ground in Mississippi.

Teams are assessing the data on early engine shutdown.
 
🚨 T-5 minutes till hot fire.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Update on @NASA_SLS hot fire test: We are go to proceed with terminal count!
 
An update on today's @NASA_SLS rocket core stage test: Teams at @NASAStennis are still in a hold right now, and are doing preps before moving into a T-10 minute countdown to the hot fire.
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Update on @NASA_SLS hot fire test: Teams are evaluating pressurization data before they are ready to proceed. The test is expected within an hour.
 
Teams are in a hold right now and are still within the two-hour window for today's @NASA_SLS engine hot fire. We are working toward an updated test time. Here's what a "hold" means and what teams are learning. ⬇️
 
#NASAScience #AskNASA #Artemis I'm just ready to watch the Hot Fire test! Greetings from Mexico City!!! pic.twitter.com/6FgHEk5tWK
Replying to @mnlgtz77
Hey Manuel! So happy to have you tuning in with us! 🚀
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In reply to @NASA
Let's GOOO!! So excited!! Hope for all to go well so we can see the SLS fly "soon"!
Replying to @NotBlackMagic1 @NASA_SLS and 1 otherfalse
YES! 🚀
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In reply to @NASA
#AskNASA Who is going to the moon? :D XD
Replying to @Martinbt4 @NASA_SLS and 1 otherfalse
We recently announced an initial team of @NASA_Astronauts – the @NASAArtemis Team – to help pave the way for the next lunar missions including sending the first woman and next man to walk on the Moon's surface in 2024! Take a look: nasa.gov/specials/artem…
NASA: The Artemis Team
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"This is the same rocket that, by the end of this year, will be launching the @NASA_Orion crew capsule around the Moon." -NASA Administrator @JimBridenstine highlights the significance of today's hot fire test.
 
Which one is a more powerful rocket? Is it SLS or Saturn V? #AskNASA
Replying to @laihiufungpete3
SLS is the most powerful space rocket built to date!
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In reply to @NASAArtemis
@NASAArtemis How much force does the core stage put out and how is it held in place during testing? #AskNASA
The @NASA_SLS will put out 1.6 million pounds of thrust during today's test and is held in place with the B-1/B-2 test stand which is anchored in the ground using 144 feet of steel and concrete!
 
What is the @NASA_SLS core stage? Engineer Alex Cagnola gives us a rundown on the powerhouse of our @NASAArtemis rocket, which will test fire all four of its engines for the first time today.
 
HAPPENING NOW: Our @NASA_SLS that will power @NASAArtemis missions to the Moon is about to fire up all four engines in a final test of its core stage.

🔥 Don’t miss the world’s largest rocket coming alive: 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…
 
UPDATE: @NASA_SLS is ahead of schedule for its Green Run Hot Fire test!

📺 Coverage on NASA TV kicks off at 3:20pm ET

Watch LIVE as we fire up its 4 engines simultaneously to test the core stage that will propel future @NASAArtemis missions to the Moon: youtu.be/PapBjpzRhnA
 
NASA honors the memory of astronaut William Thornton, who joined the agency in 1967 and flew two space shuttle missions in the 1980s. He passed away this week at his home in Texas at the age of 91: go.nasa.gov/3qoBNnB
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
TODAY: For the first time all four RS-25 engines of @NASA’s Space Launch System rocket will fire simultaneously for the Green Run hot fire test at @NASAStennis. The test team has been given the "go" to proceed with tanking.

Updates on the #Artemis blog: go.nasa.gov/38Ro82G
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
Later today, @NASA, @BoeingSpace, and @AerojetRdyne will conduct a full-scale hot fire test of the @NASA_SLS core stage at @NASAStennis as part of the Green Run test series. You can watch live coverage on NASA TV starting at 4:20pm ET: nasa.gov/live
 
NASA Retweeted ·  
More than 20 years ago, Sergei Krikalev arrived at the @Space_Station with his crewmates to begin an unbroken streak of human presence in space. Krikalev recounts the mission and his career on this week's "Houston We Have a Podcast." go.nasa.gov/3ssXtAW
 
This week...

🌞 2020 tied for the hottest year on record

🚀 We’re testing rocket engines for @NASAArtemis I’s trip to the Moon

🛰️ @SpaceX's cargo Dragon leaves the @Space_Station and splashes down

Watch: youtu.be/sxajQGQp4-s
 
 
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