NASA

NASA

@NASA

Followers38.6M
Following220

Explore the universe and our home planet with NASA ๐ŸŒŽ We usually post in EDT.

Joined on December 19, 2007
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NASA and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
3 hours
Average replies
149
Average retweets
1062
Average likes
7879
Tweets with photos
68 / 100
Tweets with videos
26 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. in category Governmental

1. in country United States and category Governmental

3. in country United States and category Society

4. in category Society

21. in country United States

36. worldwide

NASA
2 hours ago

Quoted @TODAYshow

Octavia Spencer is lending her voice to a video announcing NASAโ€™s new Mars rover Perseverance ๐Ÿš€ https://t.co/GqDyhlihL4

ICYMI, this morning we revealed a video about our next mission to Mars, @NASAPersevere. Narrated by @OctaviaSpencer, it's a reminder of what we do best: persevere. โ–ช๏ธ produced by brother โ–ช๏ธ directed by @TheodoreMelfi โ–ช๏ธ music by @RoneOfficial https://t.co/SwYDvcbDej

Happy 80th, Ringo! Here's my view of Earth (and Venus) from the surface of Mars where I'm thinking about your message of #PeaceAndLove, and how in good times and in tough ones, we all get by with a little help from our friends. https://t.co/9Gm60Moo2x https://t.co/pos2RW0xEY

Happy 80th, Ringo! Here's my view of Earth (and Venus) from the surface of Mars where I'm thinking about your message of #PeaceAndLove, and how in good times and in tough ones, we all get by with a little help from our friends. https://t.co/9Gm60Moo2x https://t.co/pos2RW0xEY

From 260 miles above our home planet, @Astro_SEAL wishes @RingoStarrMusic a happy 80th birthday! Since the space station operates in Greenwich Mean Time, or GMT, itโ€™s officially July 7 โ€“ a perfect date to send #PeaceAndLove to everyone across the universe! โœŒโ˜ฎ๏ธโœŒ๏ธโค๏ธ https://t.co/YE7D5PdufY

NASA
20 hours ago
"Whether we work in science, technology, or human spaceflight at NASA, the private sector, or elsewhere in the world, we will achieve more when we work together.โ€ โ€” @KathyLueders, head of Human Exploration: https://t.co/73mVzP8ygM https://t.co/d614a68Hki

"Whether we work in science, technology, or human spaceflight at NASA, the private sector, or elsewhere in the world, we will achieve more when we work together.โ€ โ€” @KathyLueders, head of Human Exploration: https://t.co/73mVzP8ygM https://t.co/d614a68Hki

Join me tomorrow at 2:30 PM ET for a discussion on the outcome of the High Visibility Close Call review of the December 2019 Orbital Flight Test of @BoeingSpace #Starliner spacecraft. https://t.co/fZXxpDUhgL https://t.co/UK9m0JvsTK

Join me tomorrow at 2:30 PM ET for a discussion on the outcome of the High Visibility Close Call review of the December 2019 Orbital Flight Test of @BoeingSpace #Starliner spacecraft. https://t.co/fZXxpDUhgL https://t.co/UK9m0JvsTK

NASA
a day ago
Whatโ€™s it like to have your question answered from space? ๐Ÿค”

Students across the country are about to find out! Tune in at 12:15pm ET on Thursday, July 9, to watch @AstroBehnken answer ?'s sent by our #Artemis Student Challenge participants: https://t.co/Ue5pfFtJiD https://t.co/ddEI54AGn9

Whatโ€™s it like to have your question answered from space? ๐Ÿค” Students across the country are about to find out! Tune in at 12:15pm ET on Thursday, July 9, to watch @AstroBehnken answer ?'s sent by our #Artemis Student Challenge participants: https://t.co/Ue5pfFtJiD https://t.co/ddEI54AGn9

Today is my first day fully transitioned into leading human spaceflight for @NASA. As I move into this new chapter in my professional life, Iโ€™m excited for everything we will accomplish! https://t.co/mV5bGZLKb9

Today is my first day fully transitioned into leading human spaceflight for @NASA. As I move into this new chapter in my professional life, Iโ€™m excited for everything we will accomplish! https://t.co/mV5bGZLKb9

After assisting @Astro_Doug to suit us up during our 1st spacewalk, @ivan_mks63 captured shots of @Astro_SEAL and I removing a @Space_Station battery. #Teamwork! https://t.co/nyEU74QYYs
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After assisting @Astro_Doug to suit us up during our 1st spacewalk, @ivan_mks63 captured shots of @Astro_SEAL and I removing a @Space_Station battery. #Teamwork! https://t.co/nyEU74QYYs

NASA
a day ago
โ˜๏ธ At 250 miles above the southern Pacific Ocean, @Astro_Doug captured some cloud art from aboard the @Space_Station. What would you name this masterpiece? https://t.co/5Yj2pioGfj

โ˜๏ธ At 250 miles above the southern Pacific Ocean, @Astro_Doug captured some cloud art from aboard the @Space_Station. What would you name this masterpiece? https://t.co/5Yj2pioGfj

.@NASAglenn engineer Diane Linne applies the inspiration she gets from her home garden to her work, studying how to harvest water from soil on the Moon & Mars to make useful materials, like propellant. For more on tech that harnesses space-based resources: https://t.co/yH2EWqfKm9 https://t.co/ld5feYyo2F

NASA
2 days ago
Ankara, the heart of Turkey, aglow in the dark of night and space. 

This image, captured by @NASA_Astronauts aboard the @Space_Station shows the capital of Turkey lit up with the interwoven city grid and strings of highways. Take a closer look: https://t.co/iE679E6uaa https://t.co/DDijKdnvry

Ankara, the heart of Turkey, aglow in the dark of night and space. This image, captured by @NASA_Astronauts aboard the @Space_Station shows the capital of Turkey lit up with the interwoven city grid and strings of highways. Take a closer look: https://t.co/iE679E6uaa https://t.co/DDijKdnvry

NASA
2 days ago
The Mini-RF instrument on our @NASAMoon Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter found that the lunar subsurface might be richer in metals, like iron and titanium, than previously thought. This discovery may help us better understand how the Moon was formed: https://t.co/UpRW3UgE0U https://t.co/dZs117L6me

The Mini-RF instrument on our @NASAMoon Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter found that the lunar subsurface might be richer in metals, like iron and titanium, than previously thought. This discovery may help us better understand how the Moon was formed: https://t.co/UpRW3UgE0U https://t.co/dZs117L6me

Last night's fireworks, for real. Because Science. #NEOWISE #comet https://t.co/IKcJ1wLFAl
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Last night's fireworks, for real. Because Science. #NEOWISE #comet https://t.co/IKcJ1wLFAl

NASA
2 days ago
While Jupiter's Great Red Spot has churned in the planet's atmosphere for many years, the feature at the center of this @NASAJuno image is brand new. Called "Clyde's Spot," the storm named after its discover, amateur astronomer Clyde Foster. https://t.co/50Upkb7VET https://t.co/o5NcWGvk7m

While Jupiter's Great Red Spot has churned in the planet's atmosphere for many years, the feature at the center of this @NASAJuno image is brand new. Called "Clyde's Spot," the storm named after its discover, amateur astronomer Clyde Foster. https://t.co/50Upkb7VET https://t.co/o5NcWGvk7m

NASA
2 days ago

30 years ago, our @NASAHubble Space Telescope unlocked a window to the universe. ๐Ÿ”ญ๐ŸŒ ๐ŸŒŸ Through that window weโ€™ve seen the wonders of our Milky Way and expanded our vision across the galaxy. Explore some of these incredible discoveries about the galaxy we call home: https://t.co/4q1bIsaJlf

NASA
3 days ago
Our friend - the Moon - is putting on a show tonight! ๐ŸŒ 

Look to the sky at 12:44am ET to see the first full Moon of summer in the Northern Hemisphere and a partial penumbral eclipse, visible from most of North America: https://t.co/c2zni7qniW https://t.co/dGh3DAIAfr

Our friend - the Moon - is putting on a show tonight! ๐ŸŒ Look to the sky at 12:44am ET to see the first full Moon of summer in the Northern Hemisphere and a partial penumbral eclipse, visible from most of North America: https://t.co/c2zni7qniW https://t.co/dGh3DAIAfr

Happy #FourthOfJuly!

Apollo 14 astronaut & the first American to travel to space, Alan Shepard, stands with the U.S. flag on the Moon. By 2024 we'll return astronauts to the lunar surface. Learn about #Artemis, America's next chapter in space exploration: https://t.co/4ZpupddYll https://t.co/d4LviF2HcF

Happy #FourthOfJuly! Apollo 14 astronaut & the first American to travel to space, Alan Shepard, stands with the U.S. flag on the Moon. By 2024 we'll return astronauts to the lunar surface. Learn about #Artemis, America's next chapter in space exploration: https://t.co/4ZpupddYll https://t.co/d4LviF2HcF

On #4thOfJuly2020, learn more about the 200-foot-long flag that's painted on our Vehicle Assembly Building. Mike, a structural painter, walks you through what it's like to be hundreds of feet up repainting the @NASA logo and soon the flag: https://t.co/2vA9WPS9rx https://t.co/m1CM3Gjg0z

NASA
3 days ago

๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿš€ ๐ŸŒ” A historic first on the Moon ๐Ÿ›ฐ๏ธ ๐Ÿช Spacecraft arrivals at Jupiter and Saturn ๐Ÿš€ ๐Ÿ”ด Mars launches and landings Space exploration doesn't take a summer break! A look at @NASAHistory milestones from the month of July: https://t.co/NUBf0op51x

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