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NASA Spotlight: Brandon Rodriguez, Jet Propulsion Laboratory…

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We’re On a Mission to Study The Zone Where Earth Meets Space!

We’re launching ICON — short for Ionospheric Connection Explorer — a mission to explore the dynamic region where Earth meets space: the ionosphere! Earth’s ionosphere stretches from 50 to 400 miles… NASA

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Out of all the theories and fantasies created around blackholes, which of them, in your opinion, do you think could come closest to reality?

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What is the most fascinating thing about black hole research for you, personally?

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Got a question about black holes? Let’s get to the bottom of…

Got a question about black holes? Let’s get to the bottom of these odd phenomena. Ask our black hole expert anything! Black holes are mystifying yet terrifying cosmic phenomena. Unfortunately, people… NASA

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And that’s a wrap!! Thank you for all the wonderful questions in…

And that’s a wrap!! Thank you for all the wonderful questions in this Tumblr Answer Time, and we hope you learned a little something about what it takes to launch humans to space. You can follow all… NASA

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The Smoke From a (Not-so) Distant Fire

Flying directly through thick plumes of smoke may seem more harrowing than exciting. But for members of the CAMP2Ex science team, the chance to fly a P-3 Orion straight through clouds of smoke… NASA

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Our Newest Solar Scope Is Ready for a Balloon Ride 🎈

Along with the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, or KASI, we’re getting ready to test a new way to see the Sun, high over the New Mexico desert. A balloon — which looks a translucent white… NASA

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