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
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Account created 27-05-2009 12:20:47
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iPhone : I was sworn in one year ago today & what a year it’s been! We landed NASA InSight on Mars, flew by the most distant object ever visited by a spacecraft and accepted the challenge to land humans on the Moon by 2024. Can’t wait to see what we will accomplish in year two!

Twitter Media Studio : Happy #EarthDay! From the highest reaches of Earths atmosphere down to its core — and everything in between — NASA pioneers and supports an amazing range of advanced science, technologies, and tools that help us better understand and protect our home planet. #PictureEarth🌎🌏🌍

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Twitter Web Client : LIVE: Liquid water, a protective atmosphere and an active core is what makes our home one of the most unique places in the solar system. Join us for #NASAScience Live on #EarthDay, where you can ask experts questions using #askNASA: nasa.gov/nasasciencelive twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…

iPhone : Observando el espacio 🔭, la NASA ha visto cosas insólitas: océanos 🌊 de lava, planetas sin estrellas ⭐️, mundos con glaciares consistentes de nitrógeno helado. Pero aún así, nada es comparable con nuestro peculiar planeta natal 🌏. #DíaDeLaTierra

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iPhone : Of all the planets we have explored, none have matched the dynamic complexity of our own. Join us at 3pm ET for #NASAScience Live, where experts discuss what makes our planet so special for #EarthDay. Ask questions during the program using #askNASA: go.nasa.gov/2Glwe3O

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Twitter Media Studio : Happy #EarthDay! Of all planets NASAs explored, none match the dynamic complexity of our own. Earth is a very special place. From the vantage point of space, the perspective of sky & sea, and across the land, we study our planet not only to learn about it but also to protect it.

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iPhone : At NASA #PictureEarth 24/7 with satellites and instruments from space and aircraft. 🌍 🛰️ Marvel at our home planet’s beauty and celebrate #EarthDay by downloading the new NASA Earth photo book. go.nasa.gov/2tuKoty

iPhone : Stop to smell the roses 🌹... and then take a picture! This #EarthDay while were showing the love for our planet, we want to share photos taken by you! Snap your best close-up using #PictureEarth & see how your 📸can be featured: go.nasa.gov/2UKAWCg

Twitter Media Studio : Happy #EarthDay! From the highest reaches of Earths atmosphere down to its core — and everything in between — NASA pioneers and supports an amazing range of advanced science, technologies, and tools that help us better understand and protect our home planet. #PictureEarth🌎🌏🌍

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TweetDeck : OK all at once now, ooooooo 😮😲

An astronaut aboard the Intl. Space Station snapped this image of the South Indian Ocean in March 2019, as the station flew 265 miles above this cloudy formation. More, we want more: go.nasa.gov/2KP4LNr

Twitter Media Studio : Of all the planets NASA has explored, none have matched the dynamic complexity of our own. Earth is a very special place. From the vantage point of space, the perspective of sky and sea, & all across the land, we study our planet not only to learn about it but also to protect it.

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iPhone : Our magnificent planet is ready for its close-up 📸, & on #EarthDay, April 22, we’re calling on YOU! Help us celebrate by uploading a photo of your favorite natural features using #PictureEarth. Learn how your pictures could be featured in future projects: go.nasa.gov/2UKdzJ7

TweetDeck : In celebration of the 29th anniversary of the launch of HUBBLE, astronomers captured a festive, colorful look at the tentacled Southern Crab Nebula: go.nasa.gov/2VTAxKz

Twitter Web Client : Become a citizen scientist w/ your smartphone. Create your own cloud in a bottle. Share your favorite nature photos w/ #PictureEarth. Participate in these activities & more through public & global social media events this #EarthDay! See the full list here: go.nasa.gov/2UJsFyB

TweetDeck : Were working to send astronauts to the Moons surface in the next five years. But where to go? NASA is setting its (landing) sights on the lunar South Pole, somewhere humans have never ventured: go.nasa.gov/2IniWaL

TweetDeck : Extended stays, first flights and records set. NASA sets a new schedule for the Intl. Space Station, one that includes setting a record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman 👩‍🚀🚀👨‍🚀: go.nasa.gov/2ZnFSMc

Twitter Web Client : After its capture, the @NorthropGrumman #Cygnus spacecraft was bolted into place on the Intl. Space Station’s Earth-facing port of the Unity module at 7:31am ET. It will remain at the station until July 23. Details: go.nasa.gov/2Gr67ZD