Commander Peggy Whitson Phd

Tonight this woman returns from space, the all-time US record-holder. Commander Peggy Whitson PhD, you rock. Safe landing, !

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Graham launches probe into Bidens, Burisma and Ukraine

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The CST-100 #Starliner  has been successfully stacked upon @ulalaunch ’s Atlas V rocket. The spacecraft will remain here at the launch site until @BoeingSpace’s Orbital Flight Test to the @Space_Station . 💻:

The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer is a scientific instrument outside @Space_Station  that is helping us learn about dark matter & the origins of the universe. Tomorrow, astronauts will perform the 2nd repair spacewalk to extend the instrument's life. More in the latest ScienceCast:

Why is the hammer-shaped head of this shark so useful for hunting?

You can look at a lot of rocks before you find one that holds significant fossil evidence. To practice, team members for the #Mars2020  Rover and the @ESA_ExoMars  Rover traveled to the Pilbara Region in Australia to examine stromatolites. @universetoday 

Nov 21, 1919 - New York Times: Britain's Prince of Wales visits West Point and reviews cadets #100yearsago 

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By the way @Miquai  and I made a series of motivational posters about the cosmos and you can purchase them if you like ->

The @NASA_Marshall  Systems Integrations Lab was certified for final tests of the @NASA_SLS 🚀 "brain and nervous system:" integrated avionics & flight software. Here, engineers will run simulations to test launch, ascent & mission scenarios for #Artemis  I.

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Ever heard of Steller’s Sea Eagle? Native to eastern Russia & parts of Japan, it frequents coasts or rivers that are abundant in fish. Its powerful bill & sharp talons are great at tearing into salmon flesh, as well as into carcasses of seals & sea lions. [📸: Michael Pinczolits]

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The Moon took a second blow from a dwarf planet after it was first forged in a cataclysmic collision between Earth and a Mars-sized impactor, suggests new study.

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