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Sprinklr : This week:

👨‍🚀 An update on the system that will land NASA Astronauts on the Moon by 2024
☄️ Selecting four sites on asteroid Bennu to collect samples that will return to Earth
☀️ Our #ParkerSolarProbe spacecraft prepares to “touch” the Sun


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iPhone : An exciting day at NASA_Marshall) 's Twitter Profile">NASA Marshall today as NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced the center’s new role in leading the agency’s Human Landing System Program for its return to the Moon by 2024. MORE >>

Twitter Web App : Managing the Human Landing Systems program that will land #Artemis astronauts on the Moon is an extraordinary task that requires extraordinary vision. Thats why NASA Marshall veteran engineer Dr. Lisa Watson-Morgan is leading it.

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Twitter Web App : NEWS: NASA_Marshall) 's Twitter Profile">NASA Marshall will be the lead NASA center for human lunar landing systems - a critical component of infrastructure to return to the Moon, along with NASA_SLS, NASA_Orion and the Gateway. Learn more about this #Artemis announcement:… : Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced NASA Marshall will lead our Human Landing System Program that will put the first woman and next man on the Moon in five years as a part of our #Artemis program. Watch:…

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Twitter Web App : LIVE from NASA_Marshall) 's Twitter Profile">NASA Marshall: I’m making an important announcement about NASA’s plans to return to the Moon as a part of the #Artemis program. Tune in:…

Sprinklr : This rounded object isnt something seen through a microscope. Instead, its a vast orb of gas in space, cast off by an aging star and seen by the Hubble telescope. The star is visible in the orbs center, shining through the gases it formerly held:

Twitter Web App : After spending more than 50 years supporting NASAs human spaceflight programs, the Vehicle Assembly Building is getting its first commercial tenant.

Northrop Grumman will assemble and test its new OmegA rocket inside the massive facility 🚀:

Sprinklr : What’s happening 250 miles above our home planet? NASA Astronauts prepare for a spacewalk, a test of a new rocket part for future launches to the Intl. Space Station and crew members worked on a robotic refueling experiment. Watch #SpaceToGround for more:

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Sprinklr : Set a reminder to watch our live events on NASA TV today!

🕑 2pm ET — Experts provide a preview of work that will be done during an upcoming spacewalk
🕒 3:10pm ET — Jim Bridenstine makes an announcement about our #Artemis plans to return to the Moon

iPhone : From Apollo to #Artemis, NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility — “America’s Rocket Factory” — has been manufacturing rockets for missions to the Moon. So proud of the incredible NASA team here in Louisiana!

Sprinklr : Images from our NASAFermi space telescope are a reminder that astronauts on the Moon will need to withstand gamma radiation on the lunar surface. See how these observations are helping us prepare for a sustainable lunar presence w/ our #Artemis missions:

Sprinklr : I think we’re going to need a taller spacesuit! 👨‍🚀 Thanks for visiting, Blake Griffin. 🏀 From astronaut training to discussing our #Artemis plans to go forward to the Moon, we’re glad we could share our space with you! ✨

Sprinklr : #DidYouKnow: There have been more than 200 spacewalks to assemble, maintain & make upgrades to the Intl. Space Station. 👨‍🚀 👩‍🚀Tune in starting at 2pm ET tomorrow for a preview of the tasks that will be completed during a six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk. Details:

Sprinklr : We are going! And theres an opportunity for #Undergrads to design devices that NASA Astronauts may use on future #Artemis missions. Learn more about the 2020 #MicrogNExT challenge →

iPhone : The world’s largest rocket welding tool is right here in New Orleans. Crews at #NASAMichoud are already using the Vertical Assembly Facility to produce the liquid hydrogen tank for #Artemis 2.

iPhone : By focusing on SmallSats and capitalizing on the cost savings of sharing a launch, we can test and advance cutting-edge technologies at a reasonable price. Learn more about this NASA Sun & Space science news:…