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NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory manages many of NASA's robotic missions exploring Earth, the solar system and our universe. Tweets from JPL's News Office.

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The claaaawwwwwwww!
It decides who will go and who will stay… and it will deploy instruments from @NASAInSight to the surface of #Mars: https://t.co/UqFYA6WsaH #CrazyEngineering
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How does @NASA choose where robots land, work and discover on #Mars? Take 60 seconds and find out. https://t.co/0UttRuccE7
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Old sea ice is nearly gone from the Arctic Ocean, being replaced by weak, short-lived ice: https://t.co/7Ko9iM1lOL
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🌀 @NASA captures images of #HurricaneMichael from space. See more: https://t.co/8wmBCY4lVn
“If you really want to go where someone has never been, you want to be with the robots.” --Nagin Cox, JPL engineer

Fight and Flight: One Woman’s Fearless Journey to the Stars: https://t.co/PLsurh6Lb2

#TuesdayThoughts
As you head out for the weekend, here’s a collection of space smileys! 😀
Peruse more @NASA pics at https://t.co/bLUDVrlqCV.

#WorldSmileDay
Whoa! Far out.
@NASAVoyager 2, currently on a journey toward interstellar space, has detected an increase in cosmic rays that originate outside our solar system. https://t.co/wXSKBnsifq
New insights from @CassiniSaturn’s dives between Saturn and its rings: https://t.co/lqGOQKThNX

✨ nanometer-size particles abound
🌧️ organics raining from rings to planet
⚡ electric currents connecting rings + planet
⚖️ alignment between Saturn’s magnetic field and spin axis
There’s enough ice in Greenland to potentially raise sea level twenty-five feet. @NASA’s OMG Mission is measuring how much the oceans are lapping away at that ice year by year https://t.co/6alqSvIcqj
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Happy #NASA60th! From Earth to the Moon, Mars and beyond, there's always more to explore. Our robots are on the job. Let's go. https://t.co/tb3mRRXz49
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