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We’re going back to the Moon! 🌕 By 2024, NASA will land the first woman and the next man on the lunar surface. We’ll work with our commercial partners to send our astronauts where no human has been before: the Moon’s South Pole.

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Hygiea is the solar system’s fourth largest asteroid and about an eightieth of the moon’s mass. One recent study suggested that Hygiea got its round shape after an asteroid 47 to 94 miles across slammed into it. #SpaceSaturday 

A radio telescope is now scanning deep space from the Moon’s far side

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The Moon’s Largest Crater has a Chunk of Metal Embedded in it That’s 5 Times Bigger than the Big Island of Hawaii

A radio telescope is now scanning deep space from the Moon’s far side

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A new experiment could help create the one, true profile of the moon’s brightness.

#NewsAlert – It is really difficult to find something on the south pole of the moon’s surface because of less illumination: Shanmuga Subramanian (Space Enthusiast) tells CNN-News18’s@snehamordani .

Express daily briefing: NASA finds Vikram lander’s debris on moon’s surface, Maharashtra scraps award of horse fair contract to Gujarat firm; and more

#BREAKING | Chandrayaan 2: Vikram lander’s debris found on moon’s surface, says NASA

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Congratulations to Team @isro  on #Chandrayaan2  entering the Moon’s orbit. This is an important step in the landmark journey to the Moon. Best wishes for its successful culmination.

Watch this video to find out more about VikramChandrayaan 2’s Lander — and the different stages of its journey to the Moon’s south polar region! #ISRO  #Moonmission  #Chandrayaan2 

Tune in as India takes a giant leap to where no country has gone before –– the Moon’s south polar region. #Chandrayaan2  #GSLVMkIII  #ISRO 

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Not that anybody asked, but the Moon’s orbit is spiraling away from Earth at a rate of nearly 1.5 inches (4 cm) per year. In response, Earth’s rotation rate is slowly slowing, necessitating a Leap Second to be added to the calendar, every now and then.

Space is hard. We commend @isro ’s attempt to land their #Chandrayaan2  mission on the Moon’s South Pole. You have inspired us with your journey and look forward to future opportunities to explore our solar system together.

Encounter with the amazing @BTS_twt  on the occasion of President Moon’s state visit in France FRKR

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Lasting about a week, the journey will come as close as 125 miles to the Moon’s surface before completing lunar transit and returning back to Earth.

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Moon’s shadow landfalls Oregon. Crosses USA at 1800mph. Exits SCarolina. Touches no other country. Behold 'Muuurica’s Eclipse

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This year, Darkness descends across the USA…Total Solar Eclipse: Aug 21, 2017. Moon’s shadow crosses from Oregon to SCarolina

Moon’s shadow landfalls Oregon, crosses USA at 1800mph, exits SCarolina. Behold ‘Muuurica’s Eclipse.

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