@AnnQld1 Fast forward to today and now the seeds from the flowers grown aboard the @Space_Station have germinated into more than 40 space zinnias that are now growing at @NASAKennedy. Here's how the story unfolded: https://t.co/5jgh5YTuNQ.
Relentless rainfall pounded Queensland for weeks, causing destructive flooding in the region. When the clouds dispersed, our @NASAEarth satellites got a clear look at the damage caused across the Australian state.
Mary Jackson — our first black female engineer — was just as committed to community service as she was to our missions. She spent her free time helping kids at the community center conduct their own experiments. Learn & reflect for #BlackHistoryMonth: https://t.co/NBU6Ewc1gg
Calling all social media users! Want to see a rocket launch, but haven't had the chance? 🚀Apply to #NASASocial’s April event to experience the #Cygnus spacecraft leaving @NASA_Wallops in Virginia headed for the @Space_Station! Info: https://t.co/gJtBAzoi8r
“Are we alone?” Thanks to a new coordination effort by @NASAAmes, the answer to this ? may soon be in the grasp of science! Detecting life in the unique conditions of other worlds is not a one-size-fits all approach. See how we'll tackle these challenges: https://t.co/BId4CiTU6Z
.@NASASunEarth spacecraft produce some pretty breathtaking images of our star ☀️ But sometimes, the acrobatics of light can produce some odd photographic effects. Explore how the light bends, bleeds and blohttps://t.co/Q1mn8mO58poms:
Almost 30 years ago, our Voyager 1 spacecraft snapped the first-ever family portrait of our solar system — including the image of Earth as just a tiny point of light, known as the “Pale Blue Dot.” Take a moment to cherish the only home we’ve ever known: https://t.co/KqGPAIARLp
At the size of a cell phone 📱, a unique 3D Printed sensor technology may revolutionize the ability for us to detect minute concentrations of gases, vapors, atmospheric pressure and more! Meet the @NASAGoddard technologist behind the project: https://t.co/XKGbbQIAcl
Experience a rocket launch in person as the next @northropgrumman cargo mission to @Space_Station lifts off! Apply to attend our April 16-17 #NASASocial at @NASA_Wallops in Virginia for a behind-the-scenes tour and an up-close view of the launch. Details: https://t.co/bpXKFkPC9q
Over the years, African Americans have paved the way for space exploration. 🚀 In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, join us as we celebrate their contributions to our mission of reaching new heights and revealing the unknown for the benefit of humankind. Watch: https://t.co/ptXZ6NkTKZ
Hey , we heard about Tony Stark. As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for “, we have a problem.” But if he can’t communicate, then we recommend ground teams use all resources to scan the skies for your missing man
Remembering Stephen Hawking, a renowned physicist and ambassador of science. His theories unlocked a universe of possibilities that we & the world are exploring. May you keep flying like superman in microgravity, as you said to astronauts on in 2014