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Teamwork. Technology. Determination. This is how we, with our international & commercial partners, will lead the sustainable program of exploration to the Moon, Mars & beyond. With @NASA_SLS & @NASA_Orion, we will garner the new era of space exploration. nasa.gov/topics/moon-to-mars?u 

RT @Space_Station
Russia's Progress cargo craft blasted off on its way to the station today at 1:14pm ET. It will arrive at the orbital lab Sunday with about 6,000 pounds supplies and goodies for the crew. blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/20 

LIVE NOW: Loaded with almost three tons of food, fuel and supplies, a Russian Progress cargo spacecraft is scheduled to launch at 1:14pm ET to resupply the crew aboard the @Space_Station. Watch liftoff: nasa.gov/live?utm_source=TWITT 

RT @Space_Station
.@nasa TV begins live coverage of the launch of a Russian cargo craft to the station at 1pm ET today. Blast off is set for 1:14pm and the space delivery will take two days. nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-to 

RT @nasahqphoto
The Sun is out at @NASA_Wallops as preparations continue for the scheduled launch of @northropgrumman's rocket with cargo spacecraft to @Space_Station at 4:01am ET on Saturday, Nov. 17. More photos: flickr.com/short_urls.gne?phot 

RT @JimBridenstine
It’s time to take the next great leap in exploration. We are NASA.

RT @JimBridenstine
Today, we celebrate the arrival of the European Service Module from Germany! The service module will provide power, air and water to the Orion spacecraft on missions to send humans to the Moon and beyond. We are grateful for our partners at @esa and all of its member nations.

LIVE NOW: Join Administrator @JimBridenstine and our partner @esa as we celebrate the arrival of the European Service Module from Germany. Watch nasa.gov/live?utm_source=TWITT  to learn how this powerhouse will help propel our @NASA_Orion spacecraft to deep space destinations.

The powerhouse that will help our @NASA_Orion spacecraft venture beyond the Moon is stateside! Starting at 9am ET, we will celebrate the arrival of the European Service Module that recently completed its journey from Germany to @NASAKennedy. Watch at nasa.gov/live?utm_source=TWITT .

In a remote area of northwest Greenland, an international team of scientists made a stunning discovery, buried beneath more than a half-mile of ice. It’s a meteor impact crater that’s roughly 1,000 feet deep and bigger than Paris. Get more details: nasa.gov/press-release/interna 

California skies are shrouded in smoke as the continues to rage. The fire has been fueled by dry conditions & Santa Ana winds. Our @NASAEarth satellite captured this image on Nov. 14—actively burning fires are shown as red points. nasa.gov/image-feature/goddard 

This week, Administrator @JimBridenstine made his first official visit to Canada to meet with partners about our plans to go forward to the Moon. Take a look in this @Twitter moment: twitter.com/i/moments/10627425

LIVE NOW: In this episode of NASA in Silicon Valley Live, we talk about the science of heat shields and how our spacecraft survive the extreme temperatures experienced during atmospheric entry.

Join the conversation on @Twitch: twitch.tv/nasa twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1gqGv

Today on NASA in Silicon Valley Live, we'll talk about the science of heat shields and how our spacecraft survive the extreme temperatures experienced during atmospheric entry. Tune in at 7pm ET and ask your questions on @Twitch: twitch.tv/nasa?linkId=59702418 

3, 2, 1, FIRE!

LIVE NOW: Join us as we fire up one of the engines that will power our @NASA_SLS rocket into space. Watch today's test of an RS-25 engine at @NASAStennis in Mississippi: nasa.gov/live?utm_source=TWITT 

Trust us, this is worth the wait! Due to unfavorable weather conditions, the launch of @northropgrumman’s rocket with cargo spacecraft is targeted for 4:01am ET on Saturday, Nov. 17 from @NASA_Wallops. Get the latest updates: blogs.nasa.gov/northropgrumman 

RT @NASA_Wallops
Rain, rain go away, we'll have to launch the rocket another day The @northropgrumman CRS-10 mission has been rescheduled for Saturday, Nov. 17 at 4:01 a.m. due to inclement weather.

Soon, we'll fire up one of the four RS-25 engines that will power our @NASA_SLS rocket to places like the Moon & Mars. Fun Fact: Hot gases exit the nozzle at 13X the speed of sound! Watch our engine test from @NASAStennis targeted for ~5pm ET: nasa.gov/live?utm_source=TWITT 

Sonic boom or sonic thump ?

@NASAaero is conducting quiet supersonic research flights over Galveston, Texas, measuring sounds, weather and community response. See how we're working to shush the boom of supersonic travel through a story in GIFs: giphy.com/stories/quiet-supers 

study Earth's glaciers & ice sheets more than almost any other part of the cryosphere. As they melt and change, glaciers and ice sheets dramatically affect sea level rise & the climate system as a whole. Watch: youtu.be/oFHy8vaP_Bw?linkId=59