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The votes are in! Our social media and websites are being honored by the 2019 @TheWebbyAwards. Find out which sites received this honor and were voted as the People's Voice: nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-so . Thank you for your votes and continued engagement!

Dust can be a nuisance — on Earth and the Moon. When astronauts go to explore the Moon’s South Pole, they'll need a way to help keep pesky lunar dust out of hard to reach places. A @NASAKennedy team may have a @NASA_technology solution: nasa.gov/feature/kennedy-scien 

Starting the job on April 23, 2018, it’s been one year since @JimBridenstine was sworn in as our 13th administrator. From @Commercial_Crew flight assignments to mission moments across the solar system, here is a look at what happened in the last year: nasa.tumblr.com/post/184390761 

RT @JimBridenstine
I was sworn in one year ago today & what a year it’s been! We landed @NASAInSight on Mars, flew by the most distant object ever visited by a spacecraft and accepted the challenge to land humans on the Moon by 2024. Can’t wait to see what we will accomplish in year two!

Our magnificent planet is ready for its close-up on . We’re calling on YOU! Help us celebrate by uploading a photo of your favorite natural features using . Learn how your pictures could be featured in future projects: nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-in 

As we celebrate , enjoy these views of our home that can only be seen from the distance of deep space. In conjunction with our anniversary, we’re sharing thoughts from our @NASA_Astronauts who’ve beheld the beauty of Earth from afar: solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/912/ 

RT @NASAMoon
"We came all this way to explore the Moon, and the most important thing is that we discovered the Earth." - Bill Anders, Apollo 8

Anders' iconic Earthrise photo taken in 1968 helped spark the first . Can you see why?

Crashing waves. Falling snow. Blooming flowers. Our @NASAEarth satellites capture Earth to increase our knowledge of our home — now it’s your turn! On , post a photo of your favorite natural features on social media w/ the hashtag : nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-in 

We know you love Earth, but how much do you know about it? When the solar system settled into its current layout about 4.5 billion years ago, gravity pulled in swirling gas & dust to form Earth. Learn more about our home planet for : solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/e 

RT @Space_Station
There may be no better view of Earth than from the International Space Station. In honor of , enjoy these photos taken by @NASA_Astronauts from 250 miles above our home planet. You can search astronaut photography here: eol.jsc.nasa.gov/ .

RT @NASA_Astronauts
How do astronauts living and working aboard the @Space_Station like to spend their free time? Gazing back at our majestic planet! Orbiting about 250 miles over the Earth, our astronauts have the best view of our home planet. Happy

When viewed across the solar system, Earth is just a speck in the cosmos. Images taken of Earth from missions such as @OSIRISRex & @CassiniSaturn remind us of how precious our home planet is. View more images of Earth from afar & celebrate : earthobservatory.nasa.gov/coll 

Currents swirl like watercolors. Sediment layers like oil paint. Landforms sculpt from erosion like clay. Our @NASAEarth satellites capture awe-inspiring images of Earth on a daily basis to help us learn about our home planet. Get inspired for : nasa.gov/content/earth-day-ima 

RT @ISS_Research
The next @spacex cargo resupply mission to the @Space_Station will carry to study atmospheric carbon's relationship to climate, how spaceflight affects musculoskeletal disease biology and more. Listen to scientists share what we hope to learn: nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-hi 

RT @AstroAnnimal
Easter sunrise from @Space_Station

Stop to smell the roses ... and then take a picture! This while we're showing the love for our planet, we want to share photos taken by you! Snap your best close-up using & see how your can be featured: nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-in 

Become a citizen scientist w/ your smartphone. Create your own cloud in a bottle. Share your favorite nature photos w/ . Participate in these activities & more through public & global social media events this ! See the full list here: nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-ce 

Our magnificent planet is ready for its close-up , & on , April 22, we’re calling on YOU! Help us celebrate by uploading a photo of your favorite natural features using . Learn how your pictures could be featured in future projects: nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-in 

Have you ever wondered how we'd deflect an asteroid from hitting our home planet? @nasa & @JHUAPL experts are hosting a @reddit_AMA discussion on testing our 1st ever planetary defense mission. Join Monday at 11 am ET & ask your ?s: reddit.com/r/IAmA?linkId=66379