You may have heard we're going to the Moon in 2024 with #Artemis , but do you know how? 🤔 Astronaut Lee Morin explains how @NASA_Orion and @NASA_SLS are taking us there and why we're landing on the lunar South Pole. 🌙 To learn more, visit !
Was an honor to spend time with @grantkorgan & @ShawnaKorgan . Grant became paralyzed from the bellybutton down in a snowmobiling accident. Then he sit-skid to the South Pole. Now he rides a wake foil sitting down (🤯). Hat tip @jrichlive and @adambain for making it happen!
The new lunar lander - not yet built or even designed - is meant to carry an American woman and a man to the moon's south pole by 2024.
#Helensvale - one patient was assessed however declined treatment or transport to hospital after a single vehicle crash into a pole on the Helensvale South off-ramp at 6am.
Another giant leap... this time towards the south pole of the moon, an achievement credited only to INDIA💪Congratulations to @isro & the team of scientists on the successful launch of #Chandrayaan2 🚀🌕... Moment of great pride for the entire nation! '>Jai Hind #IndiaMoonMission
#Chandrayaan2 is unique because it will explore and perform studies on the south pole region of lunar terrain which is not explored and sampled by any past mission. This mission will offer new knowledge about the Moon.
Congrats to @isro on the launch of Chandrayaan 2, a mission to study the Moon. We're proud to support your mission comms using our Deep Space Network and look forward to what you learn about the lunar South pole where we will send astronauts on our #Artemis mission in a few years
Normally, the #PolarVortex 🌀 swirls around the Arctic, trapping cold air near the Pole. Recently, this pressure system has been less stable, spilling colder air south & bringing record-low temperatures 🌡 to parts of the continental U.S.
…𝘵𝘰 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘔𝘰𝘰𝘯 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘣𝘢𝘤𝘬!🌙 Pence has just announced the plan for our astronauts to return to the surface of the Moon by the year 2024. And this time, we’re visiting new territory – the South Pole! Follow along as we continue our journey of space exploration.
Far beneath the ice cap at Mars’s south pole lies a lake of liquid water—the first to be found on the Red Planet: