NASA Armstrong (@NASAArmstrong )

NASA Armstrong

Bio The Armstrong Flight Research Center is NASAs primary center for atmospheric flight research & operations. IG:@NASAArmstrong
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Location Edwards, California
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Account created 20-03-2009 20:04:52
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Twitter Web Client : Someone please caption this….
These owlets were born inside of our hangar in Palmdale at Building 703. Wildlife in the Antelope Valley consists of rattlesnakes, rodents, coyotes, owls & many more! #PictureEarth #EarthDay
📷Credit: NASA/Carla Thomas

Twitter Web Client : 🎈This is how Albuquerque, New Mexico pictures earth during #BalloonFiesta in October #PictureEarth
📍Where on Earth do you live? How do you picture earth? Share with us your best photos by using #PictureEarth 📷
📷Credit: NASA/Tony Landis

iPhone : Our center is NASA’s primary center for atmospheric flight research & operations which requires us to be located in a remote area. In the desert, this is how we #PictureEarth from an F-18
📷Credit: NASA/Carla Thomas

iPhone : It’s finally here, happy #EarthDay friends!
📍Where on Earth do you live? How do you picture earth? Share with us your best photos by using #PictureEarth 📷
This is how NASA Armstrong pictures earth 😍
Credit: NASA/Lauren Hughes

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:

Twitter Web Client : Four days until #EarthDay! Share with us your best photo of the details of your home planet. 🌴🐦🌼🐢🌦️🐠 We want to see images from around the world all day Monday, April 22. #PictureEarth

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Twitter Web Client : The High Altitude Lidar Observatory (HALO) instrument is installed onto the DC-8 airborne science lab ✈️ HALO began its mission over the Pacific Ocean on April 15th. Validation flights are scheduled to continue over the next couple of weeks.
😇 More HALO:…

iPhone : Get ready to be blown away.🌬️ NASA Langley researchers are NASA Armstrong to test a flight instrument that uses pulsed lasers to detect the speed and direction of atmospheric aerosols.

How could this data lead to unprecedented results? Find out:

iPhone : ‼️Tomorrow, join David Nils Larson, the chief test pilot NASAArmstrong) 's Twitter Profile">NASA Armstrong as he talks about his career as a pilot & work life NASA 💫

🤔Have a question for him? Drop it down below using #askNASA

Facebook Live Q+A:

Twitter Web Client : Still have questions? Join us for a LIVE Q+A on Facebook!

He will be taking questions from online users and answering them live from our center. To submit a question ahead of time use #AskNASA

🗓Monday, April 15th
🕘9am PT/12 pm ET

Twitter Web Client : El 22 de abril, muéstranos qué tiene de especial tu planeta. Comparte tus mejores fotos de flora 🌻 🌳🍄 fauna 🐇🐦🦎🐟🦋 meteorología 🌦️ 🌈 y mucho más. ¡Esperamos que nuestro Twitter se llene de hermosas fotos de #PictureEarth procedentes del mundo entero! #RetrataLaTierra

Twitter Web Client : On April 22, show us whats special about your home planet. Share your best photos of flora 🌻🌳🍄 fauna 🐇🐦🦎🐟🦋 weather 🌦️🌈 and everything in between. We hope our timeline is filler with beautiful #PictureEarth photos from around the world!

Twitter Web Client : Urban Air Mobility is an air transportation system where small package delivery drones to passenger-carrying air taxis operate over populated areas, from small towns to the largest cities! See how we are leading this new era of aviation→

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Twitter Web Client : 🏆Congrats to the AutoGCAS (Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System) team for winning the 2018 Robert J. Collier Trophy. This award is given annually for the greatest achievement in aeronautics or astronautics in America. See life-saving tech footage:

Twitter Web Client : Our Intern Challenge is here! This Spring 2019, to honor the Apollo 50th anniversary, #NASAinterns were tasked to imagine themselves present back then: “Where were you when NASA first landed on the moon?” Check out their renditions on Facebook and vote: