NASA360 (@NASA360 )

NASA360

Bio Artfully charming, award-winning NASA authority. Enthusiasts of space, science, & Earth. Friends of organisms everywhere. We make a video series too!
Location Hampton, VA
Tweets 6,7K
Followers 111,1K
Following 375
Account created 27-05-2009 12:20:47
ID 42869411

Twitter Media Studio : Did you know that the Apollo Program led to the development of technologies such as…

🏥Medical monitors
🔥Flame-resistant materials
🌊 Inflatable lifeboats

And much more?

Imagine what sort of innovations will come out from the Artemis Program! #Apollo50th

  • Start Video

Twitter Web Client : From prelaunch to liftoff to the lunar landing — it took 4 days for the #Apollo11 crew to make it to the Moon from Earth. As we celebrate the #Apollo50th anniversary, look at photos & details from humankind’s first journey to step foot on another world: go.nasa.gov/2LYUQ6Y

Twitter Web Client : Solve for x.

x = We're 🎉 5️⃣0️⃣🗓's since 👨‍🚀👨‍🚀👨‍🚀 🚀 to and🚶‍♂️on the 🌖!

#Apollo50th #WorldEmojiDay

TweetDeck : To the Moon and back to Earth. Technologies developed to get us to the lunar surface are still benefiting us Earthlings planet-side.

Like what?

✈Digital flight controls
🍣Food safety
👂Rechargeable hearing aids

And theres so much more ⬇️
go.nasa.gov/2LVGrZl

#Apollo50th

Twitter Web Client : ☄️ . * . *
* 👨‍🚀 🌒👨‍🚀👨‍🚀
* . 🛰️ . *
⭐️ * .
. 🚀 * .
. . .
. * 🌎 *
#Apollo50th #WorldEmojiDay

iPhone : Enjoy a full Moon tonight — just in time for the #Apollo50th anniversary of the launch that brought human beings to its surface! There are lots of other things to keep an eye in the sky for this month, including a partial eclipse, meteor showers and more: go.nasa.gov/2jQE0vy

Twitter Web Client : The Moon sets behind the Jefferson Memorial in Washington 50 years to the day after astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin launched on Apollo 11, the first mission to land astronauts on the Moon. #Apollo50th - flic.kr/p/2gA21u8

Twitter Web Client : At 9:32am ET, the #Apollo11 launch occurred sending three astronauts on a trajectory to the Moon. As we celebrate our #Apollo50th anniversary, learn more about this mission: nasa.gov/specials/apoll…

Twitter Web Client : LIVE NOW: Tune in to hear from #Apollo11 astronaut Michael Collins as we count down to the exact moment when three humans lifted off from NASAs Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39A on our #Apollo50th journey to walk on the Moon: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…

Twitter Web Client : Good morning! Ready to go to the Moon... but first, breakfast. 🍳 🍞 ☕

#OTD 50 years ago, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin enjoyed a pre-launch meal at NASAs Kennedy Space Center before suiting up for the mission. Liftoff was at 9:32 am EDT. #Apollo50th

Twitter Web Client : Fifty years ago, humans took their first steps on the Moon. The world watched as we made history.

This week, you can watch us salute our #Apollo50th heroes and look forward to our next giant leap for future missions to the Moon and Mars. Tune in: go.nasa.gov/2XCwqXW

  • Start Video

TweetDeck : Cherry blossoms may have flowered months ago but the galactic version is always in bloom 🌸

The many bright blooms within this cherry blossom-resembling galaxy are in fact stellar nurseries — regions where new stars are springing to life.

Uncover more: go.nasa.gov/2JuLMoF

TweetDeck : For NASA’s climbing robots, the sky is the limit.

Whether it’s the four-limbed, rock wall-scaling robot named LEMUR or NASA’s Ice Worm, huge leaps forward — or upward — continue to be made in the field of robotics.

Check out all six featured robots: go.nasa.gov/2SdUeeW

TweetDeck : NASA continues to test the Space Launch System (SLS) in preparation for future missions. 🚀

With the delivery of the 149-foot liquid hydrogen tank, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center is entering the final stage of SLS structural testing.

🌕: go.nasa.gov/2S8sh8l

TweetDeck : Two major earthquakes that rattled the southern region of California on July 4 and 5 can be seen from space.

That’s right. The Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis team at NASA JPL has produced a map showing the resulting surface displacement.

📖: go.nasa.gov/2XBrt1L

TweetDeck : 42 years and counting, NASA’s Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft still fly high.

Both spacecraft are 11 billion miles from the warmth of the Sun, therefore tough decisions involving heaters and jet packs are being made.

🚀: go.nasa.gov/2XCOXyH

TweetDeck : NASA satellites make waves when it comes to space exploration, however, they’ve recently found the biggest seaweed bloom in the world.🌍

20+ million tons of brown algae stretch from Africa to the Gulf of Mexico – and the bloom is likely here to stay.

🌊: go.nasa.gov/30qSQbH

TweetDeck : A 𝙎𝙪𝙥𝙚𝙧 Instrument? Count the Mars 2020 rover in!

NASA JPL has installed a SuperCam Mast Unit onto the Mars 2020 rover to examine Martian rocks and soil, seeking organic compounds that could be related to past life on Mars.

➡️: go.nasa.gov/2xu61fI

TweetDeck : NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory is at it again! 💫

This time, it’s spotted six supermassive black holes that are spinning in space and heated to hundreds of millions of degrees.

Howd they do it? Through a gravitational lens.

What it means: go.nasa.gov/2Jo7r1R

Twitter Web Client : We’re 11 days away from the #Apollo50th anniversary of when humans walked on another world for the first time in history! As we move forward to send the first woman and the next man to the Moon in five years, take a look back at our historic legacy: go.nasa.gov/2NHnPPi