NASA Ames (@NASAAmes )

NASA Ames

Bio Were NASAs center in Silicon Valley.
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TweetDeck : LIVE NOW: The countdown is on for our return to the Moon! Join us today for a new episode of NASA in Silicon Valley Live and hear how our #Artemis program will send the first woman and the next man to the lunar surface in five years. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…

Twitter Web Client : LIVE NOW: Hear from experts about our #Artemis program that will send the next man and first woman to the Moon by 2024 in this episode of NASA in Silicon Valley Live! Have questions? Chat with us on Twitch: twitch.tv/nasa

Twitter Web Client : The countdown is on for our return to the Moon!

Join us today for a new episode of NASA in Silicon Valley Live and hear how our #Artemis program will send the next man and first woman to the Moon by 2024. Have Qs? Tune in at 3pm PT and ask our experts: twitch.tv/nasa

Twitter Web Client : Were back!

Join us Wednesday for a new episode of NASA in Silicon Valley Live! We’ll talk about our plans to land astronauts on the Moon 🌘 by 2024 and how exploring the Moon will help us prepare to send humans to Mars.

Tune in at 3pm PT on Twitch: twitch.tv/nasa

Twitter Web Client : Is there water 💧 on the Moon? 🤔

10 years ago, #OTD in 2009, our LCROSS spacecraft left Earth 🌎 on a mission to answer that question. In a crater at the Moon’s 🌘 south pole it discovered water ice, a vital resource for human space exploration: go.nasa.gov/2FBfM0m

iPhone : Know a dad who could use a little space this #FathersDay?

Get lost in NASA Spitzer’s view of a nebula located about 10,000 light-years away from our home planet that’s rearing clusters of young stars: go.nasa.gov/2WPpXbZ

iPhone : Its oh so quiet 🤫

New science from @SOFIATelescope shows us that the Milky Ways black hole 🕳️ is quiet because gas and dust orbits the center instead of falling into it. Check it out: go.nasa.gov/2MPeDaY

TweetDeck : We’re asking U.S. companies to provide thoughts on innovative ways to supply #Artemis Moon missions, beginning with the first delivery of supplies to the lunar Gateway by 2024. Details here: go.nasa.gov/2wSjmOq

Twitter Web Client : 📍 Let’s put another one right here!

Apollo astronauts deployed a number of experiments on the Moon, including our Lunar Surface Magnetometers. The instruments, developed & built at NASA Ames, were used to study the Moon’s 🌘 composition + its magnetic fields. #FBF #Apollo50th

iPhone : Happy #FlagDay! 🇺🇸 One of our most iconic images is of Buzz Aldrin saluting the American flag on the surface of the Moon. Did you know that over the next 3 years, 5 more flags joined the one left by Apollo 11? Learn more about stars & stripes in space: go.nasa.gov/2MOlxxd

iPhone : 🕳️ First, we captured images of the ring of material orbiting our galaxy’s black hole.

🧲 Now, we’ve measured magnetic fields that may be keeping the black hole quiet!

Learn more: go.nasa.gov/2vPynQD

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TweetDeck : Space Weather Update: Favorable Solar Activity for Exploration! ☀️👨‍🚀👩‍🚀

As we gear up for our #Artemis program to the Moon & onto Mars, solar radiation could be 30-50% lower than the recent 11-year-cycle. Slip on your shades & uncover more: go.nasa.gov/2IaOoHQ

TweetDeck : As we focus on lunar exploration, we don’t see the Moon as a conclusion. Its preparation that forges a sustainable path towards Mars and other worlds. Our greatest adventures remain ahead of us through our #Artemis program returning humans to the Moon: nasa.gov/specials/moon2…

TweetDeck : This week:

📡 Intl. Space Station opens for business
🚀 SpaceX completes a resupply mission
🕹️ Jim Bridenstine makes a virtual landing

For a look at these stories and more, visit go.nasa.gov/2I1JI6V

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iPhone : Today starts a new day in low-Earth orbit as we unlock the Intl. Space Station’s potential as a platform for companies to engage in commercial profit-making activities and we welcome private astronauts to visit on U.S. vehicles. Get more details: go.nasa.gov/2WjAKGg

Twitter Web Client : The average distance from Earth 🌎 to the Moon 🌘 is 238,855 miles. In the 1960s, our Apollo navigation simulator was used to test concepts for midcourse correction on the days-long journey to and from the Moon. #TBT #Apollo50th

TweetDeck : We recently launched a swarm of half-dollar-size satellites 🛰️ into space! The mini, low-cost spacecraft, called ChipSats, can pack a mix of tech into a tiny package & may one day be used to explore Earth 🌎, the Moon 🌘, Mars 🔴 and even nearby asteroids: go.nasa.gov/2wEucaB