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That’s a wrap folks! Gucci is signing off. Thank you for all the amazing questions. Didn’t get…

That’s a wrap folks! Gucci is signing off. Thank you for all the amazing questions. Didn’t get your question answered? No worries! We’re coming to you live next week in our second Answer Time of… NASA

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The ranks of America’s Astronaut Corps grew by 11 today!

After completing more than two years of basic training, our graduating class of astronauts is eligible for spaceflight. Assignments include the International Space Station, Artemis missions to the… NASA

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Ever wanted to ask a NASA astronaut a question? Here’s your…

Ever wanted to ask a NASA astronaut a question? Here’s your chance! NASA astronaut Nick Hague will be taking your questions in an Answer Time session on Wednesday, January 15 from 12pm – 1pm ET here… NASA

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Wonder what it’s like to fly for NASA Earth science expeditions?…

Wonder what it’s like to fly for NASA Earth science expeditions? Ask our research pilot anything! This January, we’re kicking off five new airborne Earth science expeditions aimed at studying our home… NASA

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Completely invisible, yet unbelievably influential. 💫 According…

Completely invisible, yet unbelievably influential. 💫 According to new research from our Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA), spiral galaxies like the Milky Way are shaped by… NASA

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Get Ready Stargazers: The Geminids Are Here!

The Geminid meteor shower, one of the biggest meteor showers of the year, will peak this weekend, December 13 to 14. We get a lot of questions about the Geminids—so we’ve put together some answers to… NASA

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Perfect 10: A Decade of Studying Ice from the Sky

From 2009 through 2019, our Operation IceBridge flew planes above the Arctic, Antarctic and Alaska, measuring the height, depth, thickness, flow and change of sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets. … NASA

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Moving at the Speed of Arctic Ice

Time-lapses taken from space can help track how Earth’s polar regions are changing, watching as glaciers retreat and accelerate, and ice sheets melt over decades. Using our long data record and a new… NASA

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