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NASA Retweeted 路  
It鈥檚 #SunDay 鈥 with a special guest, the Moon! Our satellite鈥檚 view of the Sun was briefly interrupted by a lunar transit on Oct. 16. At peak, the Moon covered about 44% of the Sun. go.nasa.gov/3mdoe8C
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Asteroids are the storytellers of our solar system鈥檚 youth. This week, @OSIRISREx collected an asteroid sample & will bring its stories to Earth.

Why is it that asteroid Bennu holds the history of our origins? Let鈥檚 go back to the beginning: tmblr.co/Zz_UqjZ8UAg84i鈥
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馃寯 As we are preparing for the full engine firing test for the #Artemis I mission, we鈥檝e been asking you 鈥 yes, you! 鈥 to tell us what you would pack for the Moon.

馃摳 For inspiration, here's what our own imagery experts would put in their #NASAMoonKit: go.nasa.gov/2IVHGrW
 
Our orbiting laboratory circles the Earth every 91 minutes and 12 seconds. Can your workout beat one @Space_Station orbit? 馃毚鈥嶁檧锔

Tag your #SweatinWithTheStation photos to commemorate 20 years of continuous human presence in space: go.nasa.gov/3jt5e3U
#SpaceStation20th
 
NASA Retweeted 路  
We are readying for #LaunchAmerica! The lead @NASAFltDirector for @NASA鈥檚 SpaceX Crew-1 mission schools us on planning for this flight and future ones to the @Space_Station on this week's "Houston We Have a Podcast."
go.nasa.gov/3dTZkYo
 
This week...

馃洶锔 Our @OSIRISREx spacecraft's historic TAG of asteroid Bennu
馃懆鈥嶐煔 @Astro_SEAL safely returns home from the @Space_Station
馃寠 Preparing to launch the ocean-observing satellite Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich

Watch: youtu.be/fvjfhFNN4M8
 
13 years + 42 assembly flights = 1 fully constructed @Space_Station that 241 space travelers from 19 countries have called home.

Learn more about the teamwork it takes to construct an orbiting laboratory and maintain it today: go.nasa.gov/3okVzjz
#SpaceStation20th
 
Good news: on Oct. 20, our @OSIRISREx spacecraft captured more than enough material from asteroid Bennu to meet mission requirements! The team is now focused on stowing the sample for return to Earth in 2023: go.nasa.gov/31ButuN #ToBennuAndBack
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LIVE: Tune in for a mission update from @Dr_ThomasZ of #NASAScience & @OSIRISREx principal investigator Dante Lauretta. On Oct. 20, our spacecraft journeyed #ToBennuAndBack to collect a sample. Learn what they've found and the mission's next steps: nasa.gov/live
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Today at 5pm ET: @Dr_ThomasZ of #NASAScience & @OSIRISREx principal investigator Dante Lauretta provide an update to discuss what they know about the sample collected during the spacecraft's TAG (Touch-and-Go) attempt on Tues., Oct. 20. More: go.nasa.gov/35shblt
 
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Join me and @OSIRISREx Principal Investigator Dante Lauretta at 5 p.m. ET as we take media questions about the sample the mission collected from asteroid Bennu on Tuesday: nasa.gov/live
 
The next @SpaceX cargo delivery to the @Space_Station is targeted for no earlier than December out of @NASAKennedy. Media accreditation is now open: go.nasa.gov/3koPZKF
 
This week on #SpaceToGround: Chris Cassidy (@Astro_SEAL) & cosmonauts Ivan Vagner and Anatoly Ivanishin returned to Earth after a 196-day mission. Plus, the answer to a ?: do astronauts ever experience a language barrier on the @Space_Station? Watch: youtu.be/zRUieQ6sSfo
 
馃毃 New Episode Alert: An Astronaut's View of Earth

Earth has been called 鈥渁 brilliant jewel in the black velvet sky.鈥 Explore the many faces and moods of our fierce and powerful planet with us in the latest @NASAJPL podcast 鈥淥n A Mission.鈥

馃帶 Listen: go.nasa.gov/3mgOHls
 
In reply to @NASA
Is this scientifically viable? Please say yes. pic.twitter.com/EGOQz0blmC
Replying to @LEGO_Group
馃槑 We鈥檒l bring it up with our engineers.
 
Our 1 Million followers are out-of-this-world!!馃寧鉁

Thank you for following along as we continue to explore the solar system through our missions at @NASA.

We're grateful for you!
 
An intense August storm gave Iowans a sense of what winds of a hurricane might feel like. To help officials understand the scale & scope, @NASA_Langley researchers used data & imagery from Earth-observing satellites & radars.

馃摉 About their findings: go.nasa.gov/34ibnf8
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馃槏 The colors, Duke, the colors!

Our space telescopes help us see a whole @NASAUniverse of color, as seen here in the Small Magellanic Cloud. Explore more images on #NationalColorDay in our image library: images.nasa.gov
 
馃棾锔 Yes, astronauts can vote from space! Here's how it works: nasa.gov/feature/astron鈥
From the International Space Station: I voted today

鈥 Kate Rubins pic.twitter.com/DRdjwSzXwy
 
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. @NASA鈥檚 Human Landing System conducted Certification Baseline Reviews with @blueorigin, @dynetics, & @SpaceX. The three companies are competing to provide landers that will deliver astronauts to the Moon in 2024. A key milestone for the #Artemis program! go.nasa.gov/34lqcxt
 
At @NASAKennedy, Launch Pad 39B's newest visitor is the mobile launcher for #Artemis I. This visit to the pad is a dress rehearsal for the launch of @NASA_SLS and @NASA_Orion next year. Go behind the scenes: go.nasa.gov/2HnCCw0
 
In case you missed it: last night, 3 space travelers including Chris Cassidy (@Astro_SEAL) departed the @Space_Station after 196 days in space, safely landing back on Earth. Cassidy completed a total of 4 spacewalks on this mission, his 3rd spaceflight: go.nasa.gov/3obMZUt
 
NASA Retweeted 路  
Check out the photos that have just come in from the Expedition 63 landing of @NASA astronaut @Astro_SEAL and @Roscosmos cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner! 馃摲 flic.kr/s/aHsmREGhCf
 
馃殌 On Nov. 10, Earth-observing satellite Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich is set to launch to measure sea levels worldwide. 馃寠

Join @NASAJPL, @NASAEarth, @ESA, @EUMETSAT, @CNES & @NOAA for a global, virtual @NASASocial to share this #SeeingTheSeas mission: fb.me/e/1bC2vFNls
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NASA Retweeted 路  
Electric propulsion is a game-changer鈿○煕

Compared to chemical systems, it can reduce the amount of fuel needed by up to 90% and offers greater mission flexibility. Learn about how we're using the tech for Gateway & exploring it for crewed Mars missions: go.nasa.gov/37zEUD0
 
Think we didn't land on the Moon? What about the Earth being flat?

We鈥檙e diving into conspiracies & hoaxes for a special #NASAHalloween 馃巸 episode of #AskNASA. What secret plans do you think we鈥檝e been cooking up over the years? Drop them below.

Video reply = extra points 馃槑
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In reply to @NASA
Welcome home guys! Hope you have a good and fantastic recovery and enjoy these days with your families
Replying to @moniks91 @NASA_Astronauts and 1 otherfalse
Thank you for your well wishes, Monik! 馃グ
 
Finally home 馃槑

@Astro_SEAL and his crewmates are all smiles after having exited the Soyuz spacecraft. They will be on their way home soon, having completed their mission aboard the @Space_Station:
 
In reply to @NASA
"bennu and the jets" was right there
 
Welcome home @Astro_SEAL! 馃審

One of our @NASA_Astronauts Chris Cassidy and cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner have safely landed in Kazakhstan at 10:54pm ET after spending 196 days in space:
 
Anyone watching the crew return from the International Space Station right now? 馃

It鈥檚 on @NASA YouTube now! They are reentering atmosphere right now 馃檹 pic.twitter.com/WbkpkPqZQn
Replying to @Barnacules
Yep!
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NASA Retweeted 路  
The Soyuz crew ship has just split into three modules. @Astro_SEAL, @ivan_mks63 and Anatoly Ivanishin will parachute to Earth inside the descent module. nasa.gov/live
 
.@Astro_SEAL of @NASA_Astronauts and Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner of @Roscosmos just completed the re-entry phase of their return to Earth.

馃搷Landing in Kazakhstan is scheduled for 10:55pm ET:
 
LIVE NOW: Almost home! @Astro_SEAL and cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner of @Roscosmos have departed the @Space_Station aboard their Soyuz spacecraft and are preparing for a parachute-assisted landing in Kazakhstan: 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
 
馃棑锔 Mark your calendars: We will be revealing a new discovery about the surface of the Moon from our airborne @SOFIATelescope observatory, and YOU are invited.

鉁忥笍 Pencil us in for 12pm ET on Monday, Oct. 26! To participate: go.nasa.gov/3dKNz6N
 
In reply to @NASA
Replying to @sjminamide @Astro_SEAL and 2 others
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In reply to @NASA
Remarkable. It鈥檚 wonderful to be able to watch things like this. Thanks!
Replying to @realgoodandmad @Astro_SEAL and 2 others
Thanks for watching with us! 馃挮
 
Next stop? Home 馃挋馃寧

Our astronaut Chris Cassidy (@Astro_SEAL) and Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner of @Roscosmos have safely undocked from the @Space_Station at 7:32pm ET and are on their way back down the 250 miles to Earth鈥檚 surface:
 
During his time on board the @Space_Station over the past six months, @Astro_SEAL conducted four spacewalks 鈥 bringing his total to 10 over the course of his career. He is now tied for most spacewalks by @NASA_Astronauts.
 
馃洶锔 LIVE NOW: The journey back to Earth begins! One of our @NASA_Astronauts, @Astro_SEAL, and cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin & Ivan Vagner of @Roscosmos are undocking their Soyuz from the @Space_Station and heading home: 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
 
馃敶HAPPENING NOW: You ask, we answer! Join us for a #NASAScience Live Q&A where @OSIRISREx team members answer YOUR questions about TAG, asteroids, & more. Use #ToBennuAndBack to participate! twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥
 
TAG! We're it!

Just released: new @OSIRISREx views from yesterday as our spacecraft touched the surface of asteroid Bennu for about six seconds, and used its robotic arm to attempt to collect a sample of rocks & dust: go.nasa.gov/2HrfUCQ

#ToBennuAndBack
 
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How it started: How it鈥檚 going:
 
"Particles are flying all over the place. We really did kind of make a mess on the surface of this asteroid, but it's a good mess, it's the kind of mess we were hoping for." - @OSIRISREx principal investigator Dante Lauretta on the new sample collection images. #ToBennuAndBack
 
"The sampling event went really well... and I think the chances that there's material inside the TAGSAM head have gone way up based on analysis of these images." @OSIRISREx principal investigator Dante Lauretta on the likelihood that the TAG of asteroid Bennu captured material.
 
"Maybe one more time - it's just so cool. I must have watched it about a hundred times last night." - @OSIRISREx principal investigator Dante Lauretta of @UArizonaLPL reveals the first images from the spacecraft's TAG of asteroid Bennu yesterday. #ToBennuAndBack
 
NASA Retweeted 路  
馃毃Never-before-seen images from our journey #ToBennuAndBack

Yesterday, @OSIRISREx captured these pics showing the spacecraft touch Bennu, press into its surface & stir up material. The team is busy analyzing what's likely to be NASA's 1st asteroid sample: go.nasa.gov/34gnGIK
 
馃帴 LIVE NOW: Join us for the @OSIRISREx post-TAG update with mission experts! Spoiler alert: We plan to reveal... brand new images straight from sample site Nightingale on asteroid Bennu. Watch: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥' rel='nofollow noreferrer'>twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥

Questions? #ToBennuAndBack twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥' rel='nofollow noreferrer'>twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1鈥
 
NASA Retweeted 路  
See the video from yesterday鈥檚 TAG event 鈥 NASA鈥檚 first asteroid sample collection attempt! Tune in TODAY at 5 pm EDT here: nasa.gov/nasalive
 
TONIGHT: 3 space travelers return home. 馃馃徎鈥嶐煔馃馃徎鈥嶐煔馃馃徎鈥嶐煔

We鈥檒l be broadcasting their entire journey LIVE on Twitter starting at 7pm ET. Check out the lineup for coverage:
 
 
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