#NASATweetup: Lift Off One Year Ago
May16

#NASATweetup: Lift Off One Year Ago

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#NASATweetup: NASA’s Eyes on the Solar System in 3-D
Dec08
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Wordless Wednesday: #NASATweetup Lift Off to Mars
Dec07
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#NASATweetup: Rock Star will.i.am Partners with NASA, Has a S.Y.S.T.E.M. to Make Science and Technology Cool
Nov27
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#NASATweetup: First Day and Oozing with Mars Scientific Goodness
Nov25
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#NASATweetup:Registration Opens June 1 for NASA Tweetup for Final Space Shuttle Launch
May31
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#NASATweetup – Wow!
May16

#NASATweetup – Wow!

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#NASATweetup Redux – Seeing Rollback of the Rotating Service Structure
May15
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#NASATweetup Redux STS-134: 70 Percent Go for Monday, May 16, 2011
May13
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#NASATweetup: Space Traffic Jam Causes Delay
Apr04
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#NASATweetup – I’m In!
Mar31

#NASATweetup – I’m In!

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Getting Social With NASA Changed My Life
Apr25

Getting Social With NASA Changed My Life

I’ll never forget my first time. The ground shook beneath my feet. A roar rumbled in my gut. Goosebumps tingled over my skin. I stood in awe watching rockets push away from the launchpad and skyrocket into the sky. The year was 2011 and I witnessed the final launch of space shuttle Endeavour and the second-to-last space shuttle launch before the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ended the program.

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An Astronaut Encounter at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Oct18

An Astronaut Encounter at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Looking for an out-of-this-world experience? Get up close to an astronaut at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

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Final Mission of Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Jul04

Final Mission of Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

My fascination with the space shuttle program came full circle over the weekend – kind of – with the opening of Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

Walking into the exhibit area seeing the final space shuttle to fly in space was a bit overwhelming and I felt like a galactic rock star. I literally had chills seeing it after watching two brief movies building up the excitement and anxiety. It was definitely one of those “Tah-dah!” followed by “Ooooh!” moments.

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Q&A with Astronaut Mark Kelly in Sarasota
Mar15
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