NASA Spinoff (@NASAspinoff )

NASA Spinoff

Bio Since 1976, NASAs Spinoff publication has featured nearly 2,000 NASA technologies-turned-commercial-products. Theres more space in your life than you think!
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iPhone : We’re 1 day away from the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing! 👨‍🚀

Not only did that great leap make history for mankind, it also led to countless innovations that improved life on Earth. 🌍 Discover how #Apollo50th influenced life at home: go.nasa.gov/2JGDgmK

iPhone : Small tech, big impact. #Sensors made for space can play a big role in the #oilandgasindustry. Weve collected the best ones we have to offer here:
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Sprinklr : When Neil Armstrong took one small step, did his heart race? Telemetric sensors told us in real time—and now save lives in hospitals. As we go back to the Moon and on to Mars, new innovations will transform lives again for generations to come go.nasa.gov/2LYn2qJ #Apollo50th

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Sprinklr : Going to the moon was extraordinary, but what does that have to do with corn? Technology for the moon and our missions today help farmers efficiently irrigate, guide self-driving tractors—and feed the world. What new innovations will Artemis bring? fb.org/news/from-tran…

iPhone : Mankind has benefited time and time again from space exploration. From disaster relief to food safety, see how NASA Spinoff technology, some of it spurred by #Apollo11, shows up in your everyday life: go.nasa.gov/2JBsyxV

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iPhone : Touch the Moon! 🌑 Experience the #Apollo11 Moon landing without seeing it. Download 3-D printable NASA Moon orbiter topography data so you can feel the lunar surface. Celebrate the #Apollo50th anniversary in an accessible, tactile way: go.nasa.gov/2LYT2ek

iPhone : Landing on the Moon took bravery, nerve and…new math! To do it, we invented powerful equations that helped computers of the era process vast amounts of data. Today, this approach is used across our lives, including directing air traffic in our busy skies: go.nasa.gov/2JFZPIg

Twitter Web Client : Space blankets (aka radiant barrier insulation, most often used in buildings), safer food production standards, and digital controls for aircraft are just a few of the many ways we STILL benefit from technology that got astronauts to the moon #Apollo50th nbcwashington.com/news/local/How…

Twitter Web Client : ¿Sabías que el Programa Apolo llevó al desarrollo de tecnologías tales como...?

⚕️ Monitores medicos
🔥 Materiales resistentes a las llamas
🌊 Balsas inflables

... y muchas más?

¡Imagínate qué clase de innovaciones resultarán del Programa Artemisa! #Apollo50th

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Twitter Web Client : As we celebrate the #Apollo50th, were looking back at NASA Spinoff technologies from the Apollo era—like medical monitors & flame-resistant materials—that continue to benefit life on Earth. Todays innovations will change the world for future generations: go.nasa.gov/32xpZEH

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Sprinklr : Only a few have ever walked on the moon, but fifty years later we all still benefit from the innovations that got them there. For the #Apollo50th, a look back at some of the enduring ways @NASA_technology has improved life on Earth. Read more: go.nasa.gov/2LXSmWK

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iPhone : Going to the Moon was hard—but the benefits were huge. The massive, 400,000-person effort that put astronauts on the Moon 50 years ago led to new innovations that spread into public life. Here are just a few of the Apollo technologies still in use today: go.nasa.gov/32xpZEH

iPhone : The Apollo Guidance Computer was revolutionary for the time--and changed computing for all of us twitter.com/issamahmed/sta…

Twitter Web Client : Fires 🔥 linger long after they’re extinguished! They can upend ecosystems, influence climate and disrupt communities.
NASA is embarking on several field campaigns to investigate longstanding questions surrounding fire and smoke.
Here’s how via NASA Earth:go.nasa.gov/2LfvO41

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Twitter Web Client : 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