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NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.

To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey.

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Welcome Home Bob & Doug: Social Media Welcomes #LaunchAmerica Astronauts Home
Welcome Home Bob & Doug: Social Media Welcomes #LaunchAmerica Astronauts Home
6 days ago
NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley splashed down in the Dragon Endeavour capsule at 2:48 p.m. EDT on Sunday, Aug. 2, off the coast of Pensacola, Florida. Demo-2 is SpaceX’s final test flight and is providing data on the performance of the Falcon 9 rocket, Crew Dragon spacecraft and ground systems, as well as in-orbit, docking, splashdown, and recovery operations. The data will inform NASA’s certification of the SpaceX crew transportation system for regular flights carrying astronauts to and from the space station. SpaceX is readying the hardware for the first rotational mission that will occur following NASA certification, which is expected to take about six weeks. Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2020_0804_Welcome%20home%20Bob%20&%20Doug
A Safe Splashdown for an Historic Test Flight on This Week @NASA - August 7, 2020
A Safe Splashdown for an Historic Test Flight on This Week @NASA – August 7, 2020
3 days ago
A safe splashdown for an historic test flight, a major milestone for a future mission, and remembering a champion for Earth Science … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-A%20Safe%20Splashdown%20for%20an%20Historic%20Test%20Flight%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20August%207,%202020
#AskNASA┃  How Do We Launch Astronauts from the United States to the Space Station?
#AskNASA┃ How Do We Launch Astronauts from the United States to the Space Station?
5 days ago
NASA is enabling safe, reliable, and cost-effective crew transportation to and from the International Space Station from two private companies - Spacex and Boeing. NASA’s Commercial Crew Program represents a revolutionary approach to government and commercial collaborations for the advancement of space exploration. For the first time in history, NASA astronauts launched from American soil in a commercially built and operated American crew spacecraft to the space station. The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley launched May 31 on the company’s Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. They returned to Earth and splashed down in the Dragon Endeavor capsule on Sunday, Aug. 2, off the coast of Pensacola, Florida. Known as NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2, the mission is an end-to-end test flight to validate the SpaceX crew transportation system, including launch, in-orbit, docking and landing operations. The program demonstrates NASA’s commitment to investing in commercial companies through public-private partnerships and builds on the success of American companies, including SpaceX, already delivering cargo to the space station. Boeing will also complete an uncrewed flight test followed by a crewed flight test for certification to fly NASA astronauts to the space station.
Welcome Home: NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken & Douglas Hurley Discuss Their Return To Earth
Welcome Home: NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken & Douglas Hurley Discuss Their Return To Earth
6 days ago
The #LaunchAmerica mission aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon "Endeavour" spacecraft that brought NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley back to Earth marked the first splashdown of an American crew spacecraft in 45 years. Tune in at 4:30 p.m. EDT to hear Bob and Doug talk about this milestone in human spaceflight.
SpaceX Dragon Endeavour Splashdown in 4K
SpaceX Dragon Endeavour Splashdown in 4K
7 days ago
(No Audio) Raw footage of the 2:48 p.m. EDT, Sunday, Aug. 2, splashdown of SpaceX's Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Pensacola, Florida. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are aboard, returning from the International Space Station. Dragon's parachutes slowed the spacecraft to a speed of about 15mph for splashdown. Download this video: images.nasa.gov/details-KSC-20200802-MH-MTD01-0001-SpaceX_Demo-2_Splashdown_4K-3255694 About the mission: www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-astronauts-safely-splash-down-after-first-commercial-crew-flight-to-space-station/
Welcome Home to our #LaunchAmerica Astronauts after Historic NASA/SpaceX Flight
Welcome Home to our #LaunchAmerica Astronauts after Historic NASA/SpaceX Flight
8 days ago
Today we made history as NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley safely and successfully splashed down into the Gulf of Mexico after two months on board the International Space Station. This completes the flight demonstration of the SpaceX Dragon Endeavour spacecraft, which will now be used to ferry astronauts to and from the space station from American soil. Now that our #LaunchAmerica crew has returned to Earth, join us in welcoming them as they fly into Ellington Field, home of our astronaut corps:
Splashdown Recap: Bob & Doug Come Home
Splashdown Recap: Bob & Doug Come Home
8 days ago
NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley splashed down in the Dragon Endeavour capsule at 2:48 p.m. EDT on Sunday, Aug. 2, off the coast of Pensacola, Florida. The Crew Dragon hatch was opened at 3:59 p.m., and Behnken and Hurley exited the spacecraft onto the Go Navigator for initial medical checks before returning to shore by helicopter. Once returned to shore, both crew members will immediately board a waiting NASA plane to fly back to Ellington field in Houston. Hurley and Behnken arrived to the International Space Station May 31 and spent 62 days supporting science and research aboard the orbiting laboratory as part of Expedition 63. Demo-2 is SpaceX’s final test flight and is providing data on the performance of the Falcon 9 rocket, Crew Dragon spacecraft and ground systems, as well as in-orbit, docking, splashdown, and recovery operations. The data will inform NASA’s certification of the SpaceX crew transportation system for regular flights carrying astronauts to and from the space station. SpaceX is readying the hardware for the first rotational mission that will occur following NASA certification, which is expected to take about six weeks. Download link: images.nasa.gov/details-Splashdown%20Recap%20-%20Bob%20&%20Doug%20Come%20Home
After the Splashdown: NASA & SpaceX Discuss the Return of Astronauts from Space
After the Splashdown: NASA & SpaceX Discuss the Return of Astronauts from Space
8 days ago
Today's #LaunchAmerica mission that brought NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley back to Earth marks the first splashdown of an American crew spacecraft in 45 years. Tune in starting at 4:45 p.m. EDT to hear Administrator Jim Bridenstine and #LaunchAmerica mission experts talk about this milestone in human spaceflight.
NASA Astronauts Return to Earth, Splashdown on SpaceX Dragon Endeavour
NASA Astronauts Return to Earth, Splashdown on SpaceX Dragon Endeavour
9 days ago
After 62 days in space, approximately 1,024 orbits around our planet and four spacewalks, our #LaunchAmerica crew members made their way home! On Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley returned to Earth aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft. They splashed down safely in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Pensacola, Florida at 2:48 p.m. EDT.
NASA Astronauts Return Home in SpaceX's Crew Dragon Spacecraft
NASA Astronauts Return Home in SpaceX's Crew Dragon Spacecraft
12 days ago
They’re coming home! 🌎 On Aug. 1, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will depart from the International Space Station aboard SpaceX’s Dragon “Endeavour” spacecraft after their mission aboard our orbiting laboratory. Starting at 5:15 p.m. EDT, tune in for our live coverage to see the duo undock from the station and make their return back to planet Earth.
Views of Planet Earth - As Seen by NASA Astronauts in Space
Views of Planet Earth — As Seen by NASA Astronauts in Space
11 days ago
While in orbit, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley captured stunning views of our home planet Earth. The duo made history May 30 when they launched from American soil in a commercially built and operated American crew spacecraft to the International Space Station. Their mission and test flight is helping NASA certify SpaceX’s crew transportation system for regular flights carrying astronauts to and from the orbiting laboratory. Learn more about NASA's Commercial Crew Program: www.nasa.gov/exploration/commercial/crew/index.html View more photos of Earth from the vantage point of space: www.flickr.com/photos/nasa2explore/
NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley’s Scientific Journeys aboard the Space Station
NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley’s Scientific Journeys aboard the Space Station
10 days ago
Docking their SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule to the International Space Station in May completed the first part of the mission for NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley on the first crewed test flight for the Commercial Crew Program (CCP). But their task was far from over. The following months contained another important piece of their journey: living and working aboard the orbiting laboratory. Together, they spent more than 100 hours assisting or conducting science and technology demonstrations on station. Learn more about their work here: go.nasa.gov/312ES1y Learn more about the research being conducted on station: www.nasa.gov/iss-science Follow Twitter updates on the science conducted aboard the space station: twitter.com/iss_research
NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley Are Coming Home!
NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley Are Coming Home!
10 days ago
On Aug. 1, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will depart the International Space Station on SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft after a more than 60-day stay. The mission, which is part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, marks the first crewed test flight of the spacecraft. Continuous coverage of their departure begins Aug. 1 at 5:15 p.m. EDT and you can watch here on USa-video: usa-video.net/13OkD0C_TWU-video.html
Our Next Mars Rover is Headed to The Red Planet on This Week @NASA - July 31, 2020
Our Next Mars Rover is Headed to The Red Planet on This Week @NASA – July 31, 2020
10 days ago
Our next Mars rover is on its way, preparing for the historic return of a Commercial Crew mission, and naming the crew for a future mission … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-Our%20Next%20Mars%20Rover%20is%20Headed%20to%20The%20Red%20Planet%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20July%2031,%202020
Live Q&A with NASA Astronauts in Space
Live Q&A with NASA Astronauts in Space
11 days ago
Hear from the two NASA astronauts who launched to space aboard the SpaceX Dragon Endeavour, and from International Space Station commander Chris Cassidy, during a live Q&A. Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley are set to board the SpaceX Dragon Endeavour spacecraft on Saturday, August 1 and undock from the station for the journey home to Earth. Weather permitting, NASA and SpaceX are targeting 2:42 p.m. EDT Sunday, Aug. 2, for the splashdown and conclusion of the Demo-2 test flight mission. The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, named Endeavour, lifted off May 30 on a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Space Agency Leaders Send Congratulations to Mars Perseverance
Space Agency Leaders Send Congratulations to Mars Perseverance
11 days ago
Space agency leaders from across the globe - including France, India, Italy, Japan, Norway, Spain, the U.S. and the European Space Agency - offer their congratulations for the successful launch of the Mars Perseverance Rover on July 30, 2020. After a 7-month journey to the Red Planet, Perseverance will land in Mars’ Jezero Crater on February 18, 2021.
After the Launch: Perseverance Mars Rover Update
After the Launch: Perseverance Mars Rover Update
11 days ago
Join Administrator Jim Bridenstine and NASA leadership for a post-launch news conference about the launch of our Perseverance rover and the Ingenuity helicopter on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 541 rocket. Submit your questions NOW for the broadcast! Comment using #CountdownToMars.
Watch NASA's Perseverance Rover Launch to Mars!
Watch NASA's Perseverance Rover Launch to Mars!
17 days ago
Was there once life on Mars? Our Perseverance rover aims to find out! On Thursday, July 30, watch our new robotic astrobiologist launch on a seven-month journey to the Red Planet. Launching on board will be the most sophisticated set of tools ever sent to Mars, with the hope Perseverance will uncover the planet’s secrets. Tune in to our live launch broadcast starting at 7 a.m. EDT. Teams are targeting 7:50 a.m. EDT for liftoff of Perseverance atop United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Don’t forget to set a reminder to join us in the #CountdownToMars - you won’t want to miss this historic mission take flight! Learn more about the mission: mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/mission/overview/
News Update on NASA Astronauts Return Home in the SpaceX Crew Dragon
News Update on NASA Astronauts Return Home in the SpaceX Crew Dragon
12 days ago
Hear from NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and NASA and SpaceX officials about the upcoming departure of the SpaceX Dragon "Endeavour" from the International Space Station. The SpaceX Dragon Endeavour, with NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley aboard, is currently targeted to undock from the space station on Saturday, Aug. 1 and splash down on Sunday, Aug. 2. This will be the first return of a commercially built and operated American spacecraft carrying astronauts from the space station.
#EZScience: Preparing to Launch the Perseverance Rover to Mars
#EZScience: Preparing to Launch the Perseverance Rover to Mars
12 days ago
In this “On the Go” episode of #EZScience, we’re on the scene at Kennedy Space Center with the rocket that will take the Perseverance rover and the Ingenuity helicopter to Mars. ABOUT THE SERIES: In our #EZScience video series with the National Air and Space Museum, NASA's associate administrator for science Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and Museum director Dr. Ellen Stofan talk about the latest in planetary science and exploration. Learn more about the series: www.nasa.gov/ezscience
What’s the Status of our Perseverance Rover Launch to Mars?
What’s the Status of our Perseverance Rover Launch to Mars?
13 days ago
Reporting from the Countdown Clock at NASA's Kennedy Space Center - America's spaceport - officials from NASA will provide a #CountdownToMars update for the July 30 launch of the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The launch window is approximately two hours, with a launch opportunity every five minutes. Watch LIVE to see NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, NASA Deputy Administrator Jim Morhard, Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana, and astronaut Zena Cardman share their insights about the mission.
How NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover's Technology Will Help Astronauts Explore Mars
How NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover's Technology Will Help Astronauts Explore Mars
14 days ago
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover carries technology that helps to lay the way forward for human exploration of the Red Planet. Scientists from NASA and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology explain.
How the Perseverance Mars Rover Will Help NASA Return Mars Samples to Earth
How the Perseverance Mars Rover Will Help NASA Return Mars Samples to Earth
14 days ago
When our Perseverance Mars rover launches on July 30, it's set to be the first leg of a series of sample return missions in the search for evidence of life beyond Earth. Watch as experts from both NASA and the European Space Agency discuss how Perseverance will collect samples for future return to Earth.
#EZScience Episode 9 Part 2: Mars Perseverance Rover Will Look for Signs of Ancient Life
#EZScience Episode 9 Part 2: Mars Perseverance Rover Will Look for Signs of Ancient Life
14 days ago
Let’s talk about science! In the latest episode of #EZScience, learn about the science behind NASA's Perseverance rover that is targeted to launch to the Red Planet on July 30. ABOUT THE SERIES: In our #EZScience video series with the National Air and Space Museum, NASA's associate administrator for science Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and Museum director Dr. Ellen Stofan talk about the latest in planetary science and exploration. Learn more about the series: www.nasa.gov/ezscience
Perseverance Mars Rover Mission Engineering & Science Briefing
Perseverance Mars Rover Mission Engineering & Science Briefing
15 days ago
Our Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover will search for signs of ancient life beyond Earth. Find out more about the mission from the scientists and engineers on the team. Lori Glaze, Planetary Science Division Director, NASA HQ Jennifer Trosper, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (remote) Farah Alibay, Second engineer about mobility, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Ken Farley, Project Scientist, California Institute of Technology Tanja Bosak, Sedimentology and Astrobiology Science Team Member, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Submit your science and engineering questions NOW for the broadcast! Comment using #CountdownToMars.
Perseverance Mars Rover Pre-Launch News Conference
Perseverance Mars Rover Pre-Launch News Conference
15 days ago
Learn more about the planned July 30 launch of our Mars 2020 rover from Cape Canaveral aboard an Atlas V 541 rocket, featuring: - Jim Bridenstine, NASA Administrator - Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA Associate Administrator - Omar Baez, Launch Director, NASA Launch Services Program - Matt Wallace, Mars 2020 Deputy Project Manager, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Tory Bruno, President and CEO, United Launch Alliance - Jessica Williams, 45th Space Force Weather Officer
#AskNASA┃ How Do You Build a Mars Rover?
#AskNASA┃ How Do You Build a Mars Rover?
17 days ago
How will Perseverance help with future human exploration? And how will the Mars Ingenuity Helicopter work? NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is creating a lot of excitement. The new rover will look for signs of past microbial life, cache rock and soil samples, and prepare for future human exploration. As part of the assembly, test, and launch operations team, NASA engineer Michelle Colizzi explains the Perseverance rover’s mission. She details how the drill will collect core samples and outlines plans to test a new technology to produce oxygen from the Martian atmosphere. For more information about the mission, go to: mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/ Send your questions to our experts using: #AskNASA For more information about Artemis: www.nasa.gov/what-is-artemis
Say “Bon Voyage” to our Mars Perseverance Rover!
Say “Bon Voyage” to our Mars Perseverance Rover!
17 days ago
We’re going back to Mars! Our newest rover is named Perseverance, and will be launching soon for its seven-month journey to the Red Planet to search for signs of ancient life. And it’s bringing along a friend: a little helicopter named Ingenuity! Ingenuity will test the first powered flight on Mars. Join us in wishing Perseverance and Ingenuity “bon voyage” on their #CountdownToMars! mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/
A Record-Tying Spacewalk to Upgrade the Space Station on This Week @NASA - July 24, 2020
A Record-Tying Spacewalk to Upgrade the Space Station on This Week @NASA – July 24, 2020
17 days ago
A record-tying spacewalk to upgrade the space station, the station crew receives a new shipment of supplies, and looking forward to seeing Ingenuity take flight on Mars … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-A%20Record-Tying%20Spacewalk%20to%20Upgrade%20the%20Space%20Station%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20July%2024,%202020
Hidden No More┃The Legacy of Mary W. Jackson
Hidden No More┃The Legacy of Mary W. Jackson
19 days ago
As one of the core figures from NASA’s history, Mary W. Jackson’s legacy continues to represent a commitment to excellence, diversity, inclusion and teamwork. NASA hosts a question and answer conversation with Margot Lee Shetterly, Author of “Hidden Figures". Shetterly speaks with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, NASA Historian Bill Barry, and Associate Administrator of Communications Bettina Inclán. QUESTIONS [6:31] What drew you to the story of NASA's Hidden Figures, and how did you get started on your research for the book? [7:50] Where did the term Hidden Figures come from? [9:26] Why were they called Human Computers? Who were these women and how did this come to be? [13:17] Who was Mary W. Jackson? [17:03] How accurate was the portrayal of Mary Jackson in the Hidden Figures film? What is NASA’s role at making these historically supported movies? [22:06] When researching for your book did you come across any other African American hidden figures, women or men, worth noting? [26:25] Was there anything that you found in your research that you did not portray in the movie or the book? [30:05] Did Mary W. Jackson spend time training at NASA Headquarters? [32:00] What advice do you think Mary W. Jackson would give to current and future NASA Leaders if she were still living today? [35:22] What advice would you give today to a young black girl who is interested in working at NASA? What do you think about the Hidden Figures and their work? [41:16] What are we doing as an agency with society to make sure we know more about Hidden Figures? And also, recognize other Hidden Figures that were not included in the book? [48:00] What is NASA doing to ensure we live up to the standards set by Mary W. Jackson?
NASA Science Live: Perseverance Mars Rover & the Search for Ancient Life
NASA Science Live: Perseverance Mars Rover & the Search for Ancient Life
20 days ago
Millions of miles from Earth lies a dusty, cold, desert world with a very thin atmosphere. You know this planet as Mars…but it hasn’t always been this way. There’s evidence that the Red Planet was much wetter and warmer, with a thicker atmosphere, billions of years ago. Could it also have supported life? NASA’s Perseverance rover launches next week and will explore the Red Planet to collect rock and soil samples, which may preserve ancient signs of life. Join experts on #NASAScience Live Wednesday, July 22 at 3:00 p.m. EDT, to learn more about this robotic astrobiologist.
Matching a Spacewalk Record
Matching a Spacewalk Record
20 days ago
NASA Astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken tied the record for most U.S. Spacewalks on July 21, 2020. It was the 10th Spacewalk for both Cassidy and Behnken tying them with former astronauts Michael Lopez-Alegria and Peggy Whitson for the most spacewalks by an American Astronaut. Behnken and Cassidy performed a number of tasks designed to upgrade station systems. Their first task will be to install a protective unit to store tools for use by the Canadian Space Agency’s Dextre robot. The storage unit also includes two Robotic External Leak Locator (RELL) units that Dextre can use to detect leaks of ammonia, which is used to operate the station’s cooling system. The astronaut duo then worked on removing two lifting fixtures at the base of station solar arrays on the near port truss, or backbone, of the station. The “H-fixtures” were used for ground processing of the solar arrays prior to their launch. They then moved on to work to prepare the outside of the Tranquility module for the arrival later this year of the Nanoracks commercial airlock on a SpaceX cargo delivery mission. Finally, they routed ethernet cables and removed a lens filter cover from an external camera. Chris Cassidy has now logged 54 hours 51 minutes of spacewalk time - the 9th most of all time. Robert Behnken has logged 61 hours 10 minutes of spacewalk time - the 4th most of all time.
Spacewalk to Upgrade Space Station's Power System
Spacewalk to Upgrade Space Station's Power System
21 day ago
On July 21, NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken will conduct a spacewalk to perform a number of tasks designed to upgrade station systems. Coverage will begin around 7:15 a.m. EDT, and may last up to seven hours. This will be both astronauts' 10th spacewalk outside the orbital lab and Behnken's final before returning to Earth on SpaceX's Dragon Endeavor on August 2.
Perseverance Rover: How We Protect Mars From Earthly Germs
Perseverance Rover: How We Protect Mars From Earthly Germs
24 days ago
As we explore Mars and other places in the solar system that might have life, scientists who work in Planetary Protection are busy making sure that we don’t contaminate them. While engineers prepare the Perseverance Rover for launch, Lisa Pratt, NASA’s Planetary Protection Officer, is making sure that it’s not carrying too many spores - cells that could re-activate and transport Earthly bacteria to Mars. It’s especially important to keep Perseverance clean because it will collect samples on Mars that will one day return to Earth. Learn what your hand sanitizer has in common with NASA’s clean rooms, and how scientists are thinking about protecting Mars in terms of future human missions. Listen to episodes of the Gravity Assist podcast at www.nasa.gov/gravityassist
NASA Leaders Discuss Mars Perseverance Mission
NASA Leaders Discuss Mars Perseverance Mission
21 day ago
NASA Leaders Discuss Mars Perseverance Mission
6 NASA Technologies to Get Humans to Mars
6 NASA Technologies to Get Humans to Mars
21 day ago
NASA is advancing many technologies to send astronauts to Mars as early as the 2030s. Here are six things we are working on right now to make future human missions to the Red Planet possible. Be part of the #CountdownToMars: go.nasa.gov/3fH3qU1
#EZScience Episode 9 Part 1: Launching to Mars with NASA's Perseverance Rover
#EZScience Episode 9 Part 1: Launching to Mars with NASA's Perseverance Rover
25 days ago
Let’s talk about science! In the latest episode of #EZScience, learn about the upcoming launch of Perseverance. Dr. E and Dr. Z talk about the technological advancements of the newest Mars rover (and helicopter!). The premiere of this episode is part of the National Air and Space Museum’s Mars Day program. Learn more: airandspace.si.edu/mars-day ABOUT THE SERIES: In our #EZScience video series with the National Air and Space Museum, NASA's associate administrator for science Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and Museum director Dr. Ellen Stofan talk about the latest in planetary science and exploration. Learn more about the series: www.nasa.gov/ezscience
Another Power-Packed Spacewalk Outside the Space Station on This Week @NASA - July 17, 2020
Another Power-Packed Spacewalk Outside the Space Station on This Week @NASA – July 17, 2020
24 days ago
Another power-packed spacewalk outside the space station, highlighting a pretty cool comet, and a key piece of Space Launch System hardware is on the move … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-Another%20Power-Packed%20Spacewalk%20Outside%20the%20Space%20Station%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20July%2017,%202020
Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station
Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station
27 days ago
Coffee + spacewalk = breakfast of champions. ✔️ Join us on Thursday, July 16, as NASA Astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken venture outside the International Space Station. This will be the first spacewalk in a series of two which complete power upgrades outside the orbital lab.The duo plan to remove five of six older nickel-hydrogen batteries for the truss’ power system and install three new lithium-ion batteries, as well as accompanying hardware. Start your day with us, and set a reminder to watch! Coverage starts at 6 a.m. EDT.
What You Need to Know About Mars
What You Need to Know About Mars
26 days ago
The search for ancient life. Planetary evolution. Preparing for future human exploration. There are so many reasons to study the Red Planet. If you're craving more, here’s what you need to know about Mars!
NASA Science Live: How to Spot Comet NEOWISE
NASA Science Live: How to Spot Comet NEOWISE
27 days ago
Have you seen Comet NEOWISE in the sky? ☄️ Visiting from the most distant parts of our solar system, it made its once-in-our-lifetimes close approach to the Sun on July 3, 2020 and will cross outside Earth’s orbit on its way back to the outer parts of the solar system by mid-August. Join experts on #NASAScience Live Wednesday, July 15 at 3:00 p.m. EDT to learn more about this comet and how you can spot it before it’s gone. Set a reminder to tune in!
Mars Perseverance Rover: Launching This Summer
Mars Perseverance Rover: Launching This Summer
28 days ago
Our Mars Perseverance rover is targeted to lift off July 30, 2020, on a seven-month journey to the Red Planet. It will search for signs of ancient life, collect rock and soil samples and help prepare for future human exploration. About the mission: mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/
Our next Mars Rover gets closer to launch on This Week @NASA - July 10, 2020
Our next Mars Rover gets closer to launch on This Week @NASA – July 10, 2020
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Our next Mars Rover gets closer to launch, a comet spotted from the space station and we’re ready to build a spacecraft to explore a metal-rich asteroid … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-Our%20next%20Mars%20Rover%20gets%20closer%20to%20launch%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20July%2010,%202020
We Persevere
We Persevere
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NASA's next Mars rover has a name - Perseverance. Like every exploration mission before, our rover is going to face challenges, and it’s going to make amazing discoveries. The time at hand is hard. We have already surmounted many obstacles on our way to Red Planet, but as humans we will not give up. We will always persevere. Targeted for launch in July 2020, NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover will search for signs of habitable conditions on Mars in the ancient past and for signs of past microbial life itself. Learn more about the mission: mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/ Produced by brother Directed by Theodore Melfi Narrated by Octavia Spencer Music Credit: RONE - MOTION III Composed and produced by Erwan Castex Arranged by Romain Allender Performed by Rone, Vanessa Wagner & Les siècles Orchestra iF3073 - ℗ & © 2018 InFiné Published by InFiné Éditions / Warner Chappell Music Publishing
Meet the NASA Psyche team who will map Psyche’s elemental composition
Meet the NASA Psyche team who will map Psyche’s elemental composition
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Meet the team designing and building the Psyche mission's gamma ray and neutron spectrometer. This instrument on the spacecraft will detect, measure, and map Psyche’s elemental composition. It is mounted on a 6-foot (2-meter) boom to distance the sensors from background radiation created by energetic particles interacting with the spacecraft and to provide an unobstructed field of view. The team is based at the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University and is led by Principal Investigator David Lawrence. Learn more: psyche.asu.edu/mission/instruments-science-investigations/
Independence Day Message from Astronauts in Space
Independence Day Message from Astronauts in Space
Month ago
Astronauts Chris Cassidy, Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken commemorate Independence Day in the United States. They explain the history of the American flag that was flown on the first and last space shuttle missions, which Doug and Bob will carry back to Earth when they return home aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft. For the latest on the International Space Station: www.nasa.gov/station
A Mighty Powerful Spacewalk Outside the Space Station on This Week @NASA - July 3, 2020
A Mighty Powerful Spacewalk Outside the Space Station on This Week @NASA – July 3, 2020
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A mighty powerful spacewalk outside the space station, a look at the space station’s next crew, and updates on our Artemis program … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-A%20Mighty%20Powerful%20Spacewalk%20Outside%20the%20Space%20Station%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20July%203,%202020
What You Need to Know About Astrobiology - The Search for Life in the Universe!
What You Need to Know About Astrobiology - The Search for Life in the Universe!
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How did life begin on Earth? Does life exist beyond our home planet? How do we search for it? These are the really tough questions astrobiologists want to answer by studying life as we know it. Here's what you need to know about our search for life in the cosmos: www.nasa.gov/content/the-search-for-life
Live Event with Astronaut Kate Rubins
Live Event with Astronaut Kate Rubins
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On her first trip to the International Space Station, Kate Rubins became the first person to sequence DNA in space. Find out the plans for her next trip during a live event at 4 p.m. ET Wednesday, July 1. Rubins and two Russian crewmates will launch to the station in October.
International Space Station Spacewalk, July 1, 2020
International Space Station Spacewalk, July 1, 2020
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Tune in for our next International Space Station spacewalk! On Wednesday, July 1, NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken will begin the 229th spacewalk in support of space station assembly, maintenance and upgrades. Astronauts Cassidy and Behnken will exit the station's Quest airlock to replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries for one of two power channels on the far starboard truss with new lithium-ion batteries that arrived on a Japanese cargo spacecraft last month. The spacewalk will begin at around 7:35 a.m. EDT, with an expected duration of 7 hours.
What You Need To Know About Asteroids and Other Near-Earth Objects
What You Need To Know About Asteroids and Other Near-Earth Objects
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Have burning questions about asteroids? Our experts have answers! (Spoiler Alert: none of them will hit Earth.) Our solar system is littered with asteroids and comets and sometimes they get a little close to Earth. When an asteroid or comet looks like it could come near our home planet, we keep close watch to warn of any potential impacts. Here's what you need to know about how we find, track, and monitor these near-Earth objects: www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/asteroids/widget/index.html
International Space Station Spacewalk, June 26, 2020
International Space Station Spacewalk, June 26, 2020
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Tune in for our next International Space Station spacewalk! On Friday, June 26, NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken will begin the 228th spacewalk in support of space station assembly, maintenance and upgrades. Astronauts Cassidy and Behnken will exit the station's Quest airlock to replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries for one of two power channels on the far starboard truss with new lithium-ion batteries that arrived on a Japanese cargo spacecraft last month. The spacewalks will begin at around 7:35 a.m. EDT, with an expected duration of 7 hours.
A Power Spacewalk Outside the Space Station on This Week @NASA - June 26, 2020
A Power Spacewalk Outside the Space Station on This Week @NASA – June 26, 2020
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A power spacewalk outside the space station, honoring a former ‘Hidden Figure,’ and a “way cool” find of a hot Jupiter … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-A%20Power%20Spacewalk%20Outside%20the%20Space%20Station%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20June%2026,%202020
NASA Science Live: Science in the Time of Coronavirus
NASA Science Live: Science in the Time of Coronavirus
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Our planet is facing an unprecedented crisis as we continue to wrestle with the impacts of coronavirus. With its unparalleled technical and scientific expertise, NASA has joined the fight against the pandemic. Join us Thursday, June 25 at 3 p.m. EDT on #NASAScience Live to learn about the ideas and developments that NASA has contributed to confront this global health crisis. To learn more about NASA's response to coronavirus, go to: www.nasa.gov/coronavirus
NASA names headquarters after Hidden Figure Mary W. Jackson
NASA names headquarters after Hidden Figure Mary W. Jackson
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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, the agency’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C., will be named after Mary W. Jackson, the first African American female engineer at NASA. Jackson started her NASA career in the segregated West Area Computing Unit of the agency’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. Jackson, a mathematician and aerospace engineer, went on to lead programs influencing the hiring and promotion of women in NASA's science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers. In 2019, she was posthumously awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. “Mary W. Jackson was part of a group of very important women who helped NASA succeed in getting American astronauts into space. Mary never accepted the status quo, she helped break barriers and open opportunities for African Americans and women in the field of engineering and technology,” said Bridenstine. “Today, we proudly announce the Mary W. Jackson NASA Headquarters building. It appropriately sits on ‘Hidden Figures Way,’ a reminder that Mary is one of many incredible and talented professionals in NASA’s history who contributed to this agency’s success. Hidden no more, we will continue to recognize the contributions of women, African Americans, and people of all backgrounds who have made NASA’s successful history of exploration possible.” The work of the West Area Computing Unit caught widespread national attention in the 2016 Margot Lee Shetterly book “Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race.” The book was made into a popular movie that same year and Jackson’s character was played by award-winning actress Janelle Monáe. “We are honored that NASA continues to celebrate the legacy of our mother and grandmother Mary W. Jackson,” said, Carolyn Lewis, Mary’s daughter. “She was a scientist, humanitarian, wife, mother, and trailblazer who paved the way for thousands of others to succeed, not only at NASA, but throughout this nation.” Jackson was born and raised in Hampton, Virginia. After graduating high school, she graduated from Hampton Institute in 1942 with a dual degree in math and physical sciences, and initially accepted a job as a math teacher in Calvert County, Maryland. She would work as a bookkeeper, marry Levi Jackson and start a family, and work a job as a U.S. Army secretary before her aerospace career would take off. In 1951, Jackson was recruited by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, which in 1958 was succeeded by NASA. She started as a research mathematician who became known as one of the human computers at Langley. She worked under fellow “Hidden Figure” Dorothy Vaughan in the segregated West Area Computing Unit. After two years in the computing pool, Jackson received an offer to work in the 4-foot by 4-foot Supersonic Pressure Tunnel, a 60,000 horsepower wind tunnel capable of blasting models with winds approaching twice the speed of sound. There, she received hands-on experience conducting experiments. Her supervisor eventually suggested she enter a training program that would allow Jackson to earn a promotion from mathematician to engineer. Because the classes were held at then-segregated Hampton High School, Jackson needed special permission to join her white peers in the classroom. Jackson completed the courses, earned the promotion, and in 1958 became NASA’s first Black female engineer. For nearly two decades during her engineering career, she authored or co-authored research numerous reports, most focused on the behavior of the boundary layer of air around airplanes. In 1979, she joined Langley’s Federal Women’s Program, where she worked hard to address the hiring and promotion of the next generation of female mathematicians, engineers and scientists. Mary retired from Langley in 1985. Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-NASA%20names%20headquarters%20after%20Engineer%20%20Mary%20W.%20Jackson
Preview of Two Upcoming Spacewalks at the International Space Station
Preview of Two Upcoming Spacewalks at the International Space Station
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Tune in on Wed., June 24 at 2 p.m. EDT to learn about two upcoming spacewalks to begin the replacement of batteries for one of the space station's power channels, as well as the latest on the SpaceX Dragon Endeavour's mission to the orbiting laboratory. On Fri., June 26 and Wed., July 1, NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken will exit the station's Quest airlock to replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries for one of two power channels on the far starboard truss with new lithium-ion batteries that arrived on a Japanese cargo spacecraft last month. The spacewalks will begin at around 7:35 a.m., and will last as long as seven hours.
A Boost in the Right Direction for Artemis on This Week @NASA - June 19, 2020
A Boost in the Right Direction for Artemis on This Week @NASA – June 19, 2020
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A boost in the right direction for Artemis, closing in on the launch of our next Mars rover, and the latest progress in our quest for quiet supersonic flight … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-A%20Boost%20in%20the%20Right%20Direction%20for%20Artemis%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20June%2019,%202020
NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover - Countdown to Mars
NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover – Countdown to Mars
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Follow the road to launch for our next mission to the Red Planet, the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover. NASA leadership and a panel of scientists and engineers will preview the upcoming mission at 2 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, June 17. Briefing participants will be: - NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine - Lori Glaze, director of NASA's Planetary Science Division at NASA Headquarters in Washington - Katie Stack Morgan, Perseverance deputy project scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern California - Matt Wallace, Perseverance deputy project manager at JPL - Luis Dominguez, Perseverance deputy electrical integration and test lead at JPL - Omar Baez, launch director in NASA's Launch Services Program at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida Submit your questions during the briefing using #AskNASA! Perseverance is a robotic scientist that will search for signs of past microbial life on Mars and characterize the planet's climate and geology. It will also collect rock and soil samples for future return to Earth and pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet. The mission is scheduled to launch from Space Launch Complex 41 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 9:15 a.m. EDT July 20. It will land at Mars' Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021. For more about Perseverance visit: nasa.gov/perseverance and mars.nasa.gov/mars2020
A New Lead for Our Human Spaceflight Efforts on This Week @NASA - June 12, 2020
A New Lead for Our Human Spaceflight Efforts on This Week @NASA – June 12, 2020
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A new lead selected for our human spaceflight efforts, the new core capability of our next Mars rover, and news about our future VIPER lunar robot … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-A%20New%20Lead%20for%20Our%20Human%20Spaceflight%20Efforts%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20June%2012,%202020
Launching America On a Commercial Spacecraft on This Week @NASA - June 5, 2020
Launching America On a Commercial Spacecraft on This Week @NASA – June 5, 2020
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Launching America on a commercial spacecraft, a NASA astronaut is headed back to the space station, and new close-up imagery of asteroid Bennu … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-Launching%20America%20On%20a%20Commercial%20Spacecraft%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20June%205,%202020
Who is NASA Astronaut Bob Behnken?
Who is NASA Astronaut Bob Behnken?
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NASA astronaut Bob Behnken is a native of Missouri and a veteran of two space shuttle flights. Behnken flew STS-123 in March 2008 and STS-130 in February 2010, logging more than 708 hours in space, and more than 37 hours during six spacewalks. Behnken is currently serving as Joint Operations Commander on the first crewed flight of the SpaceX Crew Dragon, the Demo-2 mission, which launched May 27, 2020. The SpaceX Crew Dragon, along with the Boeing CST-100 Starliner, will provide roundtrip crew transportation services to the International Space Station and return the ability to launch humans into space from United States soil as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. After docking with the International Space Station on the second day of the mission, he also joined Expedition 63 as a flight engineer.
Who is NASA Astronaut Doug Hurley?
Who is NASA Astronaut Doug Hurley?
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NASA astronaut Doug Hurley was the pilot on STS‐127 and STS‐135. Hurley holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Tulane University. Before joining NASA, he was a fighter pilot and test pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps. Hurley is currently serving as Spacecraft Commander on the first crewed flight of the SpaceX Crew Dragon, the Demo-2 mission, which launched May 27, 2020. The SpaceX Crew Dragon, along with Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner, will provide roundtrip crew transportation services to the International Space Station and return the ability to launch humans into space from United States soil as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. After docking with the International Space Station on the second day of the mission, he also joined Expedition 63 as a flight engineer.
NASA Astronauts Ring the Opening Bell for Nasdaq
NASA Astronauts Ring the Opening Bell for Nasdaq
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A historic bell ringing, 250 miles above Earth. Today we recognized the achievements of our #LaunchAmerica mission with NASA Astronauts Chris Cassidy, Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley who rung the captain’s bell onboard the International Space Station to open the day's trading on June 2. Behnken and Hurley arrived at the station on May 31, a day after becoming the first NASA astronauts to launch on a commercial rocket. The launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft marked the return of human launches from U.S. soil to the space station for the first time since the retirement of the space shuttle program in 2011. Learn more about the mission: www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/
From Space to Earth: NASA and SpaceX Honor Graduates of The Class of 2020
From Space to Earth: NASA and SpaceX Honor Graduates of The Class of 2020
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When NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley launched to the space station aboard SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavor spacecraft, the world was watching. They also took 90,000 people along for the ride in a mosaic of Earth that include photos of Class of 2020 graduates In this video, the crew members talk to Benji Reed, the SpaceX Director of Crew Mission Management, before displaying the graduation mosaic to honor those who graduated this spring during the coronavirus pandemic Learn more about the mission by visiting www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/
Live Event with NASA Astronauts in Space
Live Event with NASA Astronauts in Space
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LIVE FROM SPACE! Starting at 11:15 a.m. EDT, you can hear from NASA astronauts currently living and working 250 miles above Earth aboard our orbiting laboratory. Tune in to hear International Space Station Commander Chris Cassidy and Flight Engineers Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley report live on our historic #LaunchAmerica mission:
They Made it: NASA Shares Update Following #LaunchAmerica Arrival at the International Space Station
They Made it: NASA Shares Update Following #LaunchAmerica Arrival at the International Space Station
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After launching from American soil in the commercially built and operated SpaceX Dragon Endeavour spacecraft, astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley have officially joined the International Space Station crew today - making history in the process. Join NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, alongside other agency officials for a #LaunchAmerica update.
NASA Astronauts Arrive at the International Space Station on SpaceX Spacecraft
NASA Astronauts Arrive at the International Space Station on SpaceX Spacecraft
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After a successful launch into orbit yesterday, SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavour spacecraft is en route to dock with the International Space Station. Watch as astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley join the crew aboard our orbiting laboratory:
Live from Space: Video Inside the SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour Spacecraft
Live from Space: Video Inside the SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour Spacecraft
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In this video, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley speak to Mission Control in Houston from SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour Spacecraft on May 31, just hours before they arrive at the International Space Station. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center’s historic Launch Pad 39A at 3:22 p.m. EDT on May 30 and arrived at the station’s Harmony port, docking at 10:16 a.m. EDT on May 31 while the spacecraft were flying about 262 miles above the northern border of China and Mongolia. Learn more about the mission by visiting www.nasa.gov/launchamerica
After the Launch: NASA and SpaceX Share Updates about Historic #LaunchAmerica Mission
After the Launch: NASA and SpaceX Share Updates about Historic #LaunchAmerica Mission
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Liftoff! The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley aboard the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft launched from Kennedy Space Center’s historic Launch Pad 39A at 3:22 p.m. EDT on May 30, kicking off a critical final flight test of the SpaceX crew transportation system. Following the successfully launch, NASA hosted a postlaunch news conference for officials to talk about the mission live from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Participants included: o NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine o Pat Forrester, NASA Chief Astronaut o Kathy Lueders, manager, NASA Commercial Crew Program o Elon Musk, SpaceX chief engineer o Kirk Shireman, manager, International Space Station Program Learn more by visiting www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/
Launch Recap: NASA and SpaceX fly Astronauts to the Space Station
Launch Recap: NASA and SpaceX fly Astronauts to the Space Station
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For the first time in history, NASA astronauts have launched from American soil in a commercially built and operated American crew spacecraft on its way to the International Space Station. The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley lifted off at 3:22 p.m. EDT Saturday on the company’s Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The crew will have a 19-hour-journey to the space station, arriving on Sunday, May 31. Learn more about the mission: www.nasa.gov/launchamerica
Making History: NASA and SpaceX Launch Astronauts to Space! (#LaunchAmerica Success May 30, 2020)
Making History: NASA and SpaceX Launch Astronauts to Space! (#LaunchAmerica Success May 30, 2020)
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Watch history unfold on Saturday, May 30, as NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space Station. This mission marks the first time since the retirement of the space shuttle in 2011 that humans will fly to the space station from U.S. soil. The mission's first launch attempt on Wednesday, May 27 was scrubbed due to weather conditions. Tune in starting at 11 a.m. EDT as NASA and SpaceX provide joint, live coverage from launch to arrival at the space station. Teams are targeting 3:22 p.m. EDT for the launch of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket from historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Crew Dragon is scheduled to dock to the space station on Sunday, May 31. Learn more about the mission: www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/ Download Link: images.nasa.gov/details-Demo-2%20Launch%20Coverage Chats are moderated. Inappropriate language or posts that harass other individuals will be removed. • Be courteous • Use respectful language • Protect your private information • No spam, sexually explicit or discriminatory material • Stay on topic
Tour from Space: Inside the SpaceX Crew Dragon Spacecraft on Its Way to the Space Station
Tour from Space: Inside the SpaceX Crew Dragon Spacecraft on Its Way to the Space Station
2 months ago
In this video, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley take viewers on a tour of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft that will take them on a 19-hour-journey to their new home in orbit. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center’s historic Launch Pad 39A at 3:22 p.m. EDT on May 30 with the astronauts aboard for a mission to the orbiting laboratory. Crew Dragon will perform a series of phasing maneuvers to gradually approach and autonomously dock with the International Space Station on Sunday, May 31, at approximately 10:29 a.m. EDT. Learn more about the mission by visiting www.nasa.gov/launchamerica
Preparing to ‘Launch America’ into a New Era of Space Exploration on This Week @NASA - May 29, 2020
Preparing to ‘Launch America’ into a New Era of Space Exploration on This Week @NASA – May 29, 2020
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Preparing to ‘Launch America,’ a cargo spacecraft arrives at the space station, and the detective capabilities of our next Mars rover … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-Preparing%20to%20Launch%20America%20into%20a%20New%20Era%20of%20Space%20Exploration%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20May%2029,%202020
What's the Status of NASA and SpaceX's Mission to Launch Astronauts to Space?
What's the Status of NASA and SpaceX's Mission to Launch Astronauts to Space?
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Reporting from the Countdown Clock at NASA's Kennedy Space Center - America's spaceport - officials from NASA provided an update May 29 about the upcoming second attempt on May 30 to launch SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft to space carrying NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley. Watch this video to see NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, NASA Deputy Administrator Jim Morhard, Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana, and astronauts Kjell Lindgren and Nicole Mann share their insights about the mission. NASA and SpaceX now are targeting 3:22 p.m. EDT Saturday, May 30, for the launch of the first commercially built and operated American rocket and spacecraft carrying astronauts to the space station. The first launch attempt, on May 27, was scrubbed due to unfavorable weather conditions. Learn more about the mission: www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/ This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-What's%20the%20Status%20of%20NASA%20and%20SpaceX's%20Mission%20to%20Launch%20Astronauts%20to%20Space
How to Make a Demo-2 Straw Rocket
How to Make a Demo-2 Straw Rocket
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In 2020, NASA and SpaceX will launch American astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil for the first time since 2011. Would you like to learn how to make your own Demo-2 to launch in your home? Watch this tutorial to learn how. All you will need is paper, markers, scissors, tape, yarn or ribbon (optional) and a straw. How are you preparing to #LaunchAmerica? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch videos, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts using #LaunchAmerica for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms. This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2020_0427_How%20to%20Make%20Demo-2%20Straw%20Rockets
Making History: NASA and SpaceX Launch Astronauts to Space! (#LaunchAmerica Attempt May 27, 2020)
Making History: NASA and SpaceX Launch Astronauts to Space! (#LaunchAmerica Attempt May 27, 2020)
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Recorded May 27, 2020: Watch history unfold on Wednesday, May 27, as NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space Station. This mission marks the first time since the retirement of the space shuttle in 2011 that humans will fly to the space station from U.S. soil. Tune in starting at 12:15 p.m. EDT as NASA and SpaceX provide joint, live coverage from launch to arrival at the space station. Teams are targeting 4:33 p.m. EDT for the launch of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket from historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Crew Dragon is scheduled to dock to the space station at 11:29 a.m. Thursday, May 28. Learn more about the mission: www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/ Chats are moderated. Inappropriate language or posts that harass other individuals will be removed. • Be courteous • Use respectful language • Protect your private information • No spam, sexually explicit or discriminatory material • Stay on topic
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
2 months ago
It’s not just Mission Control that’s counting down - how are you preparing to #LaunchAmerica? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch overage, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms, as we prepare for the return of human spaceflight to U.S. soil. Check here for terms and conditions: www.nasa.gov/nasa-invites-you-to-launchamerica
Mission Update: NASA and SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch
Mission Update: NASA and SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch
2 months ago
One day prior to NASA's mission with SpaceX to launch American astronauts to the International Space Station aboard the Crew Dragon spacecraft, officials will talk about the mission live from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana, and astronauts Kjell Lindgren and Nicole Mann will be on hand to talk about the upcoming mission to fly astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken to the orbiting laboratory. Teams are targeting 4:33 p.m. EDT Wednesday, May 27, for the launch of the mission, which will be the first time a commercially built and operated American rocket and spacecraft will carry humans to the space station. Learn more by visiting www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/
NASA and SpaceX are 'GO' to Proceed for Launch!
NASA and SpaceX are 'GO' to Proceed for Launch!
2 months ago
NASA's mission with SpaceX to launch American astronauts to the International Space Station is cleared to proceed, officials said, following a successful Flight Readiness Review that concluded Friday, May 22, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Participants in a news briefing about the mission include: · NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine · NASA Associate Administrator Steve Jurczyk · Kathy Lueders, manager, NASA Commercial Crew Program · Kirk Shireman, manager, International Space Station Program · Benji Reed, director of crew mission management, SpaceX · Norm Knight, deputy director, NASA Johnson Space Center Flight Operations NASA and SpaceX are targeting 4:33 p.m. EDT Wednesday, May 27, for the launch of the Demo-2 flight, which will be the first time a commercially built and operated American rocket and spacecraft will carry humans to the space station. Learn about the mission by visiting www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/
Meet our #LaunchAmerica Astronauts Flying on a SpaceX Spacecraft
Meet our #LaunchAmerica Astronauts Flying on a SpaceX Spacecraft
2 months ago
NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will make history as the first Americans to launch to the International Space Station from American soil in nearly a decade. In this video captured from their crew quarters, Bob and Doug take questions from media regarding their upcoming launch on the SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle. NASA and SpaceX are targeting 4:33 p.m. EDT Wednesday, May 27, for the launch of the Demo-2 flight. Learn more about the mission: www.nasa.gov/launchamerica/
How to Virtually Participate in ‘Launch America’ on This Week @NASA - May 22, 2020
How to Virtually Participate in ‘Launch America’ on This Week @NASA – May 22, 2020
2 months ago
How to virtually participate in ‘Launch America,’ Vice President Pence highlights the nation’s return to human spaceflight, and honoring a legendary astronomer … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-How%20to%20Virtually%20Participate%20in%20Launch%20America%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20May%2022,%202020
NASA Science Live: Expanding Our View of the Universe
NASA Science Live: Expanding Our View of the Universe
2 months ago
NASA’s WFIRST mission will explore the universe, seeking answers to some of its biggest mysteries. From understanding the nature of dark energy to studying planets outside our solar system, this mission will expand our view of the cosmos. Join experts Wednesday, May 20 at 11 a.m. ET for an exciting announcement about the WFIRST mission.
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
2 months ago
It’s not just Mission Control that’s counting down - how are you preparing to #LaunchAmerica? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch overage, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms, as we prepare for the return of human spaceflight to U.S. soil. Check here for terms and conditions: www.nasa.gov/nasa-invites-you-to-launchamerica Thanks to Maria Therese E (Reese) Lansangan for use of her video!
Seventh Meeting of the National Space Council
Seventh Meeting of the National Space Council
2 months ago
On Tuesday, May 19, the National Space Council will meet at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. Vice President Pence will chair the meeting of the council, which advises the president on America's space policy and strategy and reviews the nation's long-range goals for space activities.
The Worm Is Back!
The Worm Is Back!
2 months ago
Modern rocket. Retro logo. Same mission. The Worm is back. And just in time to mark the return of human spaceflight on American rockets from American soil. The retro, modern and iconic emblem will fly once again, this time on the side of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that will ferry astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space Station on May 27 from Kennedy Space Center. Graphic designer Richard Danne explains how he and Bruce Blackburn created the logo in 1975. Take a trip down memory lane as we look to the future of our mission to #LaunchAmerica.
NASA celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Month
NASA celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Month
2 months ago
Honoring the past and present, NASA celebrates Asian American Pacific Islanders Heritage Month. These NASA employees, who have helped contribute to America's space program, celebrate their diverse history, rich culture and contributions.
#EZScience Episode 8: Your Career Questions Answered!
#EZScience Episode 8: Your Career Questions Answered!
2 months ago
Let's talk about science! Watch the eighth episode of our #EZScience series to hear answers to your questions about studying the field of space science and careers in space exploration. ABOUT THE SERIES: In our #EZScience video series with the National Air and Space Museum, NASA's associate administrator for science Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and Museum director Dr. Ellen Stofan talk about the latest in planetary science and exploration. Learn more about the series: www.nasa.gov/ezscience Discover career opportunities at NASA: www.nasa.gov/careers/
Countdown To Return of Human Spaceflight from Florida on This Week @NASA - May 15, 2020
Countdown To Return of Human Spaceflight from Florida on This Week @NASA – May 15, 2020
2 months ago
Counting down to the return of human spaceflight from Florida, a successful space station resupply mission, and a virtual tool to help develop lunar landers … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-Countdown%20To%20Return%20of%20Human%20Spaceflight%20from%20Florida%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20May%2015,%202020
#EZScience Episode 7: Your Space Science Questions Answered!
#EZScience Episode 7: Your Space Science Questions Answered!
2 months ago
Let's talk about science! Watch the seventh episode of our #EZScience series to hear answers to your questions about planetary and space science. ABOUT THE SERIES: In our #EZScience video series with the National Air and Space Museum, NASA's associate administrator for science Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and Museum director Dr. Ellen Stofan talk about the latest in planetary science and exploration. Learn more about the series: www.nasa.gov/ezscience Discover more about science at NASA: science.nasa.gov/
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
3 months ago
It’s not just Mission Control that’s counting down - how are you preparing to #LaunchAmerica? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch overage, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms, as we prepare for the return of human spaceflight to U.S. soil. Check here for terms and conditions: www.nasa.gov/nasa-invites-you-to-launchamerica Thanks to Reese Lansangan and William Jakespeare for their clips in this video!
NASA and SpaceX prepare to #LaunchAmerica
NASA and SpaceX prepare to #LaunchAmerica
3 months ago
Together with SpaceX, NASA will return human spaceflight to American soil after nearly a decade. SpaceX will launch people into space for the first time ever with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on board Crew Dragon, which will dock to the International Space Station. Prepare to #LaunchAmerica on May 27: www.nasa.gov/launchamerica Share with us how you're planning to #LaunchAmerica for a chance to be featured on our social media: www.nasa.gov/nasa-invites-you-to-launchamerica
Discussing a Safe Return to On-site Work on This Week @NASA - May 8, 2020
Discussing a Safe Return to On-site Work on This Week @NASA – May 8, 2020
3 months ago
Discussing the approach to increasing on-site work, the launch pad is ready for Artemis I, and new findings from an Earth-observing mission … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-Discussing%20a%20Safe%20Return%20to%20On-site%20Work%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20May%208,%202020
How to Make a Rocket Pop-Up Card
How to Make a Rocket Pop-Up Card
3 months ago
Making a pop-up card is the perfect way to celebrate NASA launching American astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil for the first time since 2011. All you will need is is some construction paper, scrapbook paper (or cardstock), scissors, drawing supplies, and adhesive. Watch this video to learn more. How are you preparing to #LaunchAmerica? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch videos, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts using #LaunchAmerica for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms. Check here for terms and conditions: www.nasa.gov/nasa-invites-you-to-launchamerica
NASA Science Live: On Ice
NASA Science Live: On Ice
3 months ago
Join NASA ice experts as we discuss important science about Earth's icy regions, and how it can impact us here in warmer environments. NASA’s ICESat-2 mission uses a laser instrument on a satellite to precisely measure ice and just released new findings about how Earth’s ice is changing. Scientists discovered that enough ice has melted from Antarctica and Greenland to rise sea level about half an inch over the last 16 years. We’ll talk to these researchers to see what that means, and then take you to the coast of Virginia to see the real-world impacts of Earth's melting ice.
Astronaut Chris Cassidy Thanks Essential Workers from the International Space Station
Astronaut Chris Cassidy Thanks Essential Workers from the International Space Station
3 months ago
NASA astronaut and U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Cassidy sends a message from the International Space Station, thanking all on the front lines facing COVID-19, our invisible enemy. From doctors and nurses in our hospitals, law enforcement and firefighters who protect us, warehouse personnel and grocery store clerks who keep the shelves stocked and the economy going - you are an inspiration to all and we sincerely thank you.
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
How Are You Preparing to #LaunchAmerica?
3 months ago
It’s not just Mission Control that’s counting down - how are you preparing to #LaunchAmerica? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch overage, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms. Check here for terms and conditions: www.nasa.gov/nasa-invites-you-to-launchamerica Thanks to Daria Seminario and William Jakespeare for their clips in this video!
Highlighting Our Upcoming Launch of Astronauts from Florida on This Week @NASA - May 1, 2020
Highlighting Our Upcoming Launch of Astronauts from Florida on This Week @NASA – May 1, 2020
3 months ago
Highlighting our upcoming launch of astronauts from Florida, some news about our Moon to Mars effort, and our Mars helicopter has a new name … a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-Highlighting%20Our%20Upcoming%20Launch%20of%20Astronauts%20from%20Florida%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20May%201,%202020
Artemis Announcement: NASA Selects Human Landing Systems
Artemis Announcement: NASA Selects Human Landing Systems
3 months ago
NASA has selected three American companies - Blue Origin, Dynetics and SpaceX - to design and develop human landing systems for the Artemis program. With these awards, NASA is on track to land the next astronauts on the lunar surface by 2024, and establish sustainable human exploration of the Moon by the end of the decade. This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_0430_HLS%20Announcement%201
#AskNASA┃ What is Hubble revealing about the universe?
#AskNASA┃ What is Hubble revealing about the universe?
3 months ago
This year, NASA is celebrating the Hubble Space Telescope's 30 years of unlocking the beauty and mystery of space. Hubble is revolutionizing modern astronomy for scientists, while taking the public on a wondrous journey of exploration and discovery. Hubble's never-ending, breathtaking celestial snapshots provide a visual shorthand for Hubble's top scientific achievements. Unlike any space telescope before it, Hubble made astronomy relevant, engaging and accessible for people of all ages. The space telescope's iconic imagery has redefined our view of the universe and our place in time and space. For Hubble ‘At Home’ resources, visit this website for activities. www.nasa.gov/content/hubble-inspires-online-activities/ Send your questions to our experts using #AskNASA. For more information about Artemis: www.nasa.gov/what-is-artemis This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2020_0429_AskNASA_202_Hubble
NASA Science Live: Asteroid Close Approach
NASA Science Live: Asteroid Close Approach
3 months ago
Have you heard about an asteroid close-approach happening on April 29? Asteroid 1998 OR2 poses no threat to our planet, but we can still learn a lot by studying it. Don't miss a special Planetary Defense episode of NASA Science Live on Monday, April 27 at 3:00 p.m. EDT to learn how we find, track and monitor asteroids and near-Earth Objects.
Laurentiu Vochitoiu
Laurentiu Vochitoiu - 6 hours ago
Bicis
Anti-Tik Tok Coalition
Anti-Tik Tok Coalition - 6 hours ago
Imagine what the people felt at the HQ when they heard "houston we've had a problem". Probably skipped several heartbeats.
john hopkins
john hopkins - 6 hours ago
The "tunnel" connecting LEM to CSM was "crumpled"("...like a coke can..."); Using the LEM as the propulsion system for the combined mass of the two, miraculously survived the stress (as opposed to ripping the two away from each other)...FWIW.
Dennis Gacheru
Dennis Gacheru - 7 hours ago
It looks like a complex mission
Frepzter
Frepzter - 7 hours ago
I just get so dissapointed when i see flat earthers. They don't see the wonders of space. Truly makes me dissapointed.
bilinas mini
bilinas mini - 7 hours ago
Congrats to NASA and SpaceX, seriously magical stuff
Dyann Espinosa
Dyann Espinosa - 7 hours ago
People will be able to pinpoint the time of this event by noting the masks on the personnel. (Probably the only people in Florida who have the sense to wear masks)
Smith is coming
Smith is coming - 7 hours ago
yandere dev vibes
john hopkins
john hopkins - 8 hours ago
Bring back advanced Space Shuttle (why reinvent the wheel?)
Lusterburn
Lusterburn - 8 hours ago
In before NASA renames stuff in space to avoid hurting gender studies majors.
isaac's gaming review
isaac's gaming review - 8 hours ago
welcome home bob and doug!
Faik Vlogs
Faik Vlogs - 9 hours ago
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My favorite Martian
My favorite Martian - 9 hours ago
At the cost of the SLS, projected forward, we can not afford to pay the tab for a Lunar orbital or surface station. With the impact on productivity, loss of manufacturing, loss of infrastructure here at home, the added cost of NASA's Legacy Contractor services will break even this country.
ranger 2301
ranger 2301 - 9 hours ago
Let NASA merge with the military
a.k group
a.k group - 9 hours ago
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Anshg 77 - 9 hours ago
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Anizia Guedes
Anizia Guedes - 9 hours ago
Uau Inacreditable Moment 👍 👏👏👏👏👏❤️😘
barla bar olgamesh
barla bar olgamesh - 9 hours ago
Wow it looks like we might as a species beable to go to mars soon though there’s a lack of Nitrogen, and carbonates. A near future solution could be that we could crash an astroid or several astroids that are full of nitrogen and carbonates into the poles maybe that way the nitrogen and carbonates will break apart snd disperse into the planets atmosphere I know these astroids have alot of mass and getting something that big will take alot of force pushing behind it it’ll be like trying to strap engines to a massive magnet when its already attached to its negative counterpart maybe we could try redirecting a comet or some kind of astroid into mar’s orbit
Anizia Guedes
Anizia Guedes - 9 hours ago
Wowwww ♥️ Surpreendent Beautiful Moments Especiales ❤️💙💚
Terezinha Santana
Terezinha Santana - 9 hours ago
Congratulations to you for another successful mission!!....
astronaut forever
astronaut forever - 9 hours ago
Congratulations 👏 to all astronaut one day I will be one too and I will be so proud of myself
Terezinha Santana
Terezinha Santana - 10 hours ago
Welcome to earth astronautas
William C
William C - 10 hours ago
Why are comments turned off on some of your videos?
circuspeanut83
circuspeanut83 - 10 hours ago
Go woke go broke nasa black holes are called black holes because there ⚫ and that's not racist
circuspeanut83
circuspeanut83 - 10 hours ago
is that a black hole 🕳 I see Nasa or is it a blue hole or a space hole
saitechinfo
saitechinfo - 10 hours ago
Amazing!!
Noel Normandin
Noel Normandin - 10 hours ago
NASA seems to be more worried about political correctness and cancel culture than outer space that’s why the private sector had to bail them out I say defund nasa as private industry can do it better and cheaper
Jagdish Jena
Jagdish Jena - 10 hours ago
Superb
Bert Visscher
Bert Visscher - 10 hours ago
The astronauts do realize that they're working much too fast...? Just checking. ;-)
TheMad Piper
TheMad Piper - 10 hours ago
Nasholes. Been ripping us off since Inception
enoughmonster
enoughmonster - 10 hours ago
Every space video I see so special I cannot get enough. Even watch it sometimes and enjoy music while I immerse. New rock and legend rock like deltaparole tool foofighters nirvana and other.
Inspiration of Bd
Inspiration of Bd - 10 hours ago
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Saiful Islam - 11 hours ago
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Large Wooden Box
Large Wooden Box - 11 hours ago
recorded on a ceiling fan
Kw1ky S1lver
Kw1ky S1lver - 11 hours ago
Nasa will I go to Mars?
Rahul Mandal
Rahul Mandal - 11 hours ago
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Rub 1
Rub 1 - 11 hours ago
OMG their Whiteness is offensive to Eskimos and Siamese twins. Defund NASA!
Ayusha Subba
Ayusha Subba - 12 hours ago
Just came here after losing brain cells watching flat earthers V.S scientists
T- LocKer
T- LocKer - 12 hours ago
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Kartik Parmar
Kartik Parmar - 12 hours ago
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Kartik Parmar - 12 hours ago
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Kartik Parmar - 12 hours ago
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Feras mo
Feras mo - 12 hours ago
Whether it is a video claiming the earth is flat or the moon landing was faked, conspiracy theories are not hard to find on Google’s USa-video. But in a significant policy change, USa-video said on Friday that it planned to stop recommending them. After years of criticism that USa-video leads viewers to videos that spread misinformation, the company said it was changing what videos it recommended to users. In a blog post, USa-video said it would no longer suggest videos with “borderline content” or those that “misinform users in a harmful way” even if the footage did not violate its community guidelines.
lukkbox77
lukkbox77 - 12 hours ago
Why is NASA continually surprised by phenomenon in space and why doesn't it change it's model the that of the electric universe which explains 100% of the phenomena seen in space and even accurately predicts new phenomena seen before it is even studied?
lukkbox77
lukkbox77 - 12 hours ago
If space is a vacuum, why isn't all the air on Earth ripped away in a heartbeat?
Andy Yang
Andy Yang - 13 hours ago
Only to find out their love ones have died.
ot bot
ot bot - 13 hours ago
Imperial Units will take you nowhere...
Md Saad
Md Saad - 13 hours ago
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arnav stylegaming - 13 hours ago
Binod 😎
Mayur Talawadekar
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Mayur Talawadekar
Mayur Talawadekar - 13 hours ago
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Funny 318
Funny 318 - 14 hours ago
চ্যানেলটা সাকসেস করে দেন একটু লাইক কমেন্ট দেন
Anston Fernandes
Anston Fernandes - 14 hours ago
Binod
Affordiffy YT
Affordiffy YT - 14 hours ago
what if the rover crashes?
Zi Qian Low
Zi Qian Low - 14 hours ago
GO NASA GO HUMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Julian Hernandez
Julian Hernandez - 14 hours ago
NASA LISTEN TO US PLEASE USE HIGH QUALITY VIDEO. LIKE THE BEST YOUVE GOT. PLEASE.
Miles Low ML
Miles Low ML - 14 hours ago
This moon presents a unique opportunity to study the greatest mystery in the history of our planet, how life began on Earth,
Alan Lugo
Alan Lugo - 14 hours ago
We should have had a long term human presence long before this video was made. NASA's and the US govts priorities are strange.
Tiktok Compilation
Tiktok Compilation - 15 hours ago
Nasa i forgot to say that bring a 8k camera and film the earth if it's round or flat
DURSEL DURSEL
DURSEL DURSEL - 15 hours ago
Is it possible to transfer Saturn's ice to Mars?
BADNAAM JOKER_GAMING
BADNAAM JOKER_GAMING - 15 hours ago
Binooooooooood
GonzotheGonz1
GonzotheGonz1 - 15 hours ago
Please tell me that you haven't become politically correct and succumbed to mandatory speech now? Well, Elon Musk already proved that you are over rated and obsolete. Now you even do so yourself... Sad indeed.
Mohit Kumar
Mohit Kumar - 15 hours ago
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EXOVID GAMER
EXOVID GAMER - 16 hours ago
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GPS GaminG - 16 hours ago
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santosh kumar sharma - 16 hours ago
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Ninja Gaming - 16 hours ago
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KASTOM
KASTOM - 16 hours ago
Flat earthers disliked
huy hoang Nguyen
huy hoang Nguyen - 17 hours ago
Love u all, my heros
SFS Goose Official
SFS Goose Official - 17 hours ago
Great video but u wont need the sls rocket or the orion spacecraft for spaceX Starship lunar ver since ya know it can carry 100 peep to ze moon unlike the others it suprises nasa for its payload and astronot capability soo sorry nasa but u dont need the orion spacecraft for spaceX Plus i think spaceX lunar starship dont dock exept for refueling ofc but it will not dock on the lunar gateway since ya know well i am exited for all the companies dynasties sorry if i spelled it wrong and blue origin and spaceX im exited for them anyways i have most for hope for spaceX Thats all folks CYA
Connection Lost
Connection Lost - 17 hours ago
This literally looks like a rocket an amateur built in KSP. Why in the world isn't it streamlined at the top? That shroud is supposed to meet the next part of the fuselage, lol. It looks like a prototype and performed like one. Just like in KSP when you make it all the way to orbit and realize you didn't include any solar panels or thermoelectric generator and your batteries are dead.
joe mama
joe mama - 17 hours ago
i have 4000+ hours on ksp you can hire me
거룩한자
거룩한자 - 17 hours ago
666짐승이다 666가라지 단으로묵어서 꺼지지안는 🔥 지옥확진이다 개구라작작쳐라 우주는없다 우주는없다 우주는없다 우주는없다 우주는없다 우주는없다
거룩한자
거룩한자 - 17 hours ago
니들 구라치는놈들 속는놈들 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 지옥확진이다 속는놈이더큰죄다 생각좀허고살자 뇌없냐
TH HP GAS GRAMIN VITHARAK
TH HP GAS GRAMIN VITHARAK - 18 hours ago
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indian tiger - 18 hours ago
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Lil_yell0 - 18 hours ago
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No Copyright Videos - 18 hours ago
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Technical Aj study - 19 hours ago
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Chandrakanta Panagariya - 19 hours ago
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A Reh - 19 hours ago
Great achievement
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Lovepreet Brar - 19 hours ago
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dledestine thing - 20 hours ago
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Aj Roni - 20 hours ago
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Smart TV
Smart TV - 20 hours ago
Every year a min or sec is adding in our time anybody know
Michael Lepore
Michael Lepore - 20 hours ago
Oh no ! Make sure its not OFFENSIVE! Calling all thought police!!
Ana Dominguez
Ana Dominguez - 20 hours ago
What's Obama's last name 👀
SARAH TAHA
SARAH TAHA - 20 hours ago
Hi I am actually a Pakistani and I love NASA so I will be there very soon