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NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
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…
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
As #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth comes to a close, we wondered... as @NASA_Astronauts first Native American crewmember on the @Space_Station, did @AstroDuke bring anything with her as a reminder of her tribal heritage? Watch the clip to find out!
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Mission Time: 14 days, 10 hrs, 8 min
Orion is 255,936 miles from Earth, 49,890 miles from the Moon, cruising at 1,968 miles per hour.
P: (222608, -112229, -73456)
V: (519, 1702, 842)
O: 280º, 124.3º, 152.3º
What's this? nasa.gov/feature/track-… #TrackArtemis
 
Record-breaking distance! @NASA_Orion, a spacecraft designed to carry astronauts to deep space destinations, has reached its farthest distance from Earth today — nearly 270,000 miles away!
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
LIVE NOW: The @NASA_Orion spacecraft is about halfway through the #Artemis I mission around the Moon. Hear from NASA leaders on the upcoming milestones leading up to splashdown on Dec. 11. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Flashback to Nov. 15, we @NASA_Astronauts were in awe of the magnificent @NASAArtemis #Artemis1 launch. The intensity was astounding - so bright, so loud, and the vibrations felt by all - certainly a rocket launch of a completely different magnitude! Photo credit: Scott Bateman
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Inside Mission Control rn🤩

Flight Controllers here @NASA_Johnson successfully performed a burn to insert @NASA_Orion into a distant retrograde orbit! More details here: blogs.nasa.gov/artemis/
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
#HappyThanksgiving from 250 miles above Earth. 🦃

Check in with Expedition 68 crewmembers to learn more about what the holiday means to them—and hear what Thanksgiving aboard the @Space_Station is like: go.nasa.gov/3OzSLN1
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
This week on a special #SpaceToGround, we're exploring the topic on everyone's mind today: food! We're at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at @NASA_Johnson to learn what goes into creating meals for the space station on #Thanksgiving and every day. 🥧🛰️
 
Happy Thanksgiving from the seven-member crew of #Exp68 aboard the @Space_Station! 🎥 youtube.com/watch?v=BVR76K…
 
A spacesuit is something to be very thankful for!
Us, coming home after a long day at work last week. Later I took my family on a video tour inside the ISS. When she saw my spacesuit, my wife hollered, “Thanks, suit!” Yep, and also thanks to the many, amazing people who train us and safely execute the plan from Mission Control. pic.twitter.com/2o7xdr1R2s
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Fly me to the Moon 🌙

This image was taken on the sixth day of the #Artemis I mission by a camera on @NASA_Orion. On Mon. Nov 21, it came within 80 miles of the lunar surface - the closest approach of the uncrewed mission.
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Engineers have activated Callisto, a technology demonstration payload aboard @NASA_Orion developed by Lockheed Martin, Amazon, & Cisco that will test a digital voice assistant and video conferencing capabilities in a deep space environment.

Follow along: blogs.nasa.gov/artemis/
 
Double downlinks from @Space_Station this week!
We've got something extra to be thankful for - a double downlink week!

Tune in on NASA TV to watch as students ask questions to @NASA_Astronauts living and working on the @Space_Station.

📺: nasa.gov/multimedia/nas… pic.twitter.com/yaikB21mmY
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
The @NASA_Orion spacecraft captured this image of the Moon during its sixth day of flight, as it approached its first outbound powered flyby of the #Artemis I mission and its closest lunar approach. go.nasa.gov/3Eqcvy7
 
This week on #SpaceToGround!
This week on #SpaceToGround, two spacewalks, an upcoming Dragon mission bringing new science and supplies to the station, and the #Artemis I mission launches on its journey to the Moon. pic.twitter.com/eKzrmX9Hz7
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
In reply to @NASA
Where is @NASA_Orion now? You can track the spacecraft in real time using AROW, the #Artemis Real-Time Orbit Website. Take it for a spin: nasa.gov/trackartemis
 
Did you watch the #Artemis I launch?

The primary goal is to test integrated systems before crewed missions by operating @NASA_Orion in a deep space environment, testing its heat shield, and recovering the crew module after reentry, descent, and splashdown.
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Our @NASAArtemis #Orion spacecraft is making #selfie history, capturing itself with our entire home planet and all of mankind. It’s plain to see from this perspective that we humans are truly one, all in this together in our one common home. Almost halfway to the Moon already!
 
Earth's thin atmosphere was penetrated by the last rays of an orbital sunset as the @Space_Station flew 258 miles above our home planet. More images from Tuesday's spacewalk: go.nasa.gov/3Igjcmj
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
LIVE NOW: As the @NASA_Orion spacecraft embarks on its outbound coast to the Moon, watch live as the #Artemis I mission says goodbye to Earth. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
A new day, a new chapter!
We are going.

For the first time, the @NASA_SLS rocket and @NASA_Orion fly together. #Artemis I begins a new chapter in human lunar exploration. pic.twitter.com/vmC64Qgft9
 
🔴 LIVE NOW
LIVE NOW: The #Artemis era of exploration begins today with @NASAArtemis I, the first integrated test flight of the rocket and spacecraft that will bring humanity to the Moon. Watch @NASA_SLS and @NASA_Orion embark on their first voyage. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
LIVE NOW: Teams are preparing to launch the @NASA_Orion spacecraft to the Moon aboard the @NASA_SLS rocket. Watch coverage of the rocket fueling process for the #Artemis I mission.

Follow @NASAGroundSys for updates. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
It was the 254th spacewalk in support of @Space_Station assembly, upgrades and maintenance, and was the first spacewalk for both NASA Astronauts.
Today’s spacewalk by @NASA_Astronauts Frank Rubio and @astro_josh to prepare the station for upcoming solar array upgrades officially concluded at 4:25pm ET after 7 hours and 11 minutes. go.nasa.gov/3Ae8xHp
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
We have a “go” to proceed toward launch Wednesday, Nov 16. The two-hour window for launch opens at 1:04 a.m. EST.
Watch the action on NASA TV!
@NASAKennedy @NASA_Johnson @NASA_Astronauts @NASAArtemis @NASA
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Incredible views as Cassada and Rubio work on installing the right struts for upcoming solar array upgrades. They will start cleanup and head back to the airlock after installing the right mid strut. 🔧🌏
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
We love an office with a view!

@NASA_Astronauts Josh Cassada’s helmet cam captures a pristine view of Earth as he works in tandem with astronaut Frank Rubio to install an IROSA (ISS Rollout Solar Array) modification kit on the @Space_Station.
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Two Moon rockets, 50 years apart. On this day 50 years ago, the Apollo 17 mission had just completed its wet dress rehearsal. Today at @NASA_Kennedy, NASA's Artemis mission sits on its launch pad, ready for launch at 1:04 am ET.
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
LIVE: Astronauts Frank Rubio and @Astro_Josh make their spacewalk debut. The duo will work outside the @Space_Station preparing the orbiting laboratory for future solar power upgrades. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Tomorrow is #AmericaRecyclesDay! ♻️

Did you know @NASA_Astronauts on the @Space_Station recycle, too? It's true! Launching fresh water isn't practical, so recycling is key.

@Astro_Jessica explains the details.
 
Tune in to nasa.gov/live tomorrow at 6:30am ET to watch @astro_josh and Frank Rubio exit @Space_Station for a spacewalk to continue upgrading the station’s power generation system.
The Exp 68 crew is gearing up for spacewalks on Tuesday and Thursday this week at the space station. blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2…
 
THIS WEEK
We are now in launch countdown for Artemis I, call to stations happened at 1:24 a.m. ET this morning. Weather is currently 90% favorable for our next launch attempt on Nov. 16 at 1:04 a.m. ET.
MORE: go.nasa.gov/3UUfhSV pic.twitter.com/9s8PW8JnZX
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Every day, veterans are a vital part of the space station’s mission, on and off Earth. On Veterans Day, we thank all veterans for their service, including current station residents @NASA_Astronauts Nicole Mann, Frank Rubio, and Josh Cassada!
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Happy launchiversary to my #Crew3 @NASA_Astronauts buds. This was the last photo I had on my phone a year ago getting suited up @NASAKennedy before we went out to the launch pad for our trip to the @Space_Station
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
.@AstroDuke flew a great approach to capture NG-18, the SS Sally Ride, bringing Exp 68 required EVA hardware just in time for the 11/15 spacewalk, all kinds of exciting science, essential provisions, and even some fresh fruit and cheese which we haven't enjoyed in over a month!
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
I had the privilege of flying the CSA Robotic Arm today and capturing a resupply cargo spacecraft (NG-18), the SS Sally Ride.
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Lunar #eclipse from Tuesday, November 8th taken at 04:17 CST right near entry into the umbra phase. The eastern lunar edge still has some illumination while the western edge is in full eclipse yet partially illuminated from sunlight passing through Earth’s atmosphere.
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Live: Installation of the “SS Sally Ride” Cygnus spacecraft to the @Space_Station delivering science experiments and snacks to the orbital laboratory: go.nasa.gov/3ha6eys twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
.@AstroDuke with @Astro_Josh as backup commanded the Canadarm2 robotic arm to capture the @NorthropGrumman #Cygnus space freighter today at 5:20am ET. More... go.nasa.gov/3hry8X9
 
On the @Space_Station, STEM research is happening all the time. 💡

@NASASTEM STEMonstrations help us to understand how aspects of life in microgravity can be extremely unique - and fun! Check out the full playlist to learn more this #STEMDay: go.nasa.gov/31FeFr9
 
This is what a voting booth looks like on @Space_Station!
I've voted my entire adult life, but this year’s voting booth definitely takes the cake. So thankful to everyone – especially Democracy – for allowing me to remain part of this essential process this year. pic.twitter.com/l9r83wxoxj
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
LIVE: We're previewing our upcoming series of spacewalks, set to begin Tuesday, Nov. 15. Hear the latest from our @Space_Station experts—and send in your questions using #AskNASA: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
🤖 @AstroDuke on @Space_Station today!
I had a chance to help Queenbee and Bumblebee execute some formation flying today as part of the Astrobee test campaign. These free flying robots are developed to provide a microgravity robotic research facility for future payloads! pic.twitter.com/lZ7iDrI8HF
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Lots of attention on the rocket on the pad @NASAKennedy for @NASAArtemis test flight…but how it got there is also an example of all the little details that matter when you’re going to the moon
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
She’s back baby! The @NASAArtemis #Artemis1 rocket is back on the launchpad at @NASAKennedy! Read more about the mission below, and tune in for launch on November 14 at 1207 am ET!
 
Launch 🚀
Time for @NASAArtemis fun facts!

@NASAGroundSys Crawler-Transporter 2 is a baseball diamond-sized machine capable of carrying 18 million pounds! Speed = 1 mph

@NASA_SLS rocket stands 322 feet tall & can launch astronauts beyond Earth orbit. Speed = 24,500 mph

Would you rather:
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Around 8:30am EDT on Nov. 4, the @NASA_SLS rocket and @NASA_Orion spacecraft for the #Artemis I mission arrived at launch pad 39B!

Teams will continue working to configure SLS and Orion for the upcoming Nov. 14. launch attempt.

go.nasa.gov/3UrsxOu
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Over the next two months, there are three planned @Space_Station spacewalks in which astronauts will install mounting hardware and a pair of rollout solar arrays. #AskNASA questions and get the scoop on Mon., Nov. 7 at 2pm ET (1900 UTC) during our preview. go.nasa.gov/3h8CkL4
 
NASA Astronauts Retweeted ·  
Learn more about the cutting-edge experiments launching aboard @SpaceX’s 26th commercial resupply mission for @NASA to the space station, targeted to launch on Nov. 18. 🌱🧫🏗️
go.nasa.gov/3taHI3j
 
 
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