Johnson Space Center

Johnson Space Center

@NASA_Johnson

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NASA's JSC is the lead center for the International Space Station and the Orion spacecraft, and the home of the Mission Control Center and NASA astronaut corps.

Houston, TX
Joined on June 23, 2009
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NASA_Johnson and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
9 hours
Average replies
29
Average retweets
269
Average likes
2042
Tweets with photos
55 / 100
Tweets with videos
35 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

2. in country United States and category Science

7. in category Science

101. in country United States and category Society

565. in category Society

Our interns are passionate about @NASA's mission, and many come back to complete multiple projects! Pia Sen is working on ISS Project Integration at @NASA_Johnson — her third NASA internship. 🚀

🌎 Apply for a NASA internship today at https://t.co/pUmAlqhkvB. https://t.co/QOjlGxuvFo

Our interns are passionate about @NASA's mission, and many come back to complete multiple projects! Pia Sen is working on ISS Project Integration at @NASA_Johnson — her third NASA internship. 🚀 🌎 Apply for a NASA internship today at https://t.co/pUmAlqhkvB. https://t.co/QOjlGxuvFo

With just one week remaining until launch for the historic Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, the astronauts and cosmonauts, in strict medical isolation, finished their training and arrived at the launch sites in Florida and Kazakhstan, prepared to make history. https://t.co/gIvOZFZFvR https://t.co/QWUzyMTYqj
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With just one week remaining until launch for the historic Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, the astronauts and cosmonauts, in strict medical isolation, finished their training and arrived at the launch sites in Florida and Kazakhstan, prepared to make history. https://t.co/gIvOZFZFvR https://t.co/QWUzyMTYqj

More than half of the 240 astronauts and cosmonauts who have been on board the International @Space_Station have been there at least twice. Do you know who was the first crew member to visit the station three times? https://t.co/bItKUUJgcu

Looking for a way to follow along with @Astro_Doug & @AstroBehnken 👨‍🚀 👨‍🚀 on the @Space_Station after #LaunchAmerica? 🤔

Check out the new Demo-2 🚀  Mission Kit full of resources & activities for the #Artemis Generation! 💫  https://t.co/rUnBP1pA1E https://t.co/74uNGhNuFx

Looking for a way to follow along with @Astro_Doug & @AstroBehnken 👨‍🚀 👨‍🚀 on the @Space_Station after #LaunchAmerica? 🤔 Check out the new Demo-2 🚀 Mission Kit full of resources & activities for the #Artemis Generation! 💫 https://t.co/rUnBP1pA1E https://t.co/74uNGhNuFx

We're glad to see you on Twitter, @KathyLueders! 
As the home of Mission Control and training for @NASA_Astronauts, we are excited to have you leading our team as we look forward to our next giant leaps. https://t.co/GbDCe9L9vV

We're glad to see you on Twitter, @KathyLueders! As the home of Mission Control and training for @NASA_Astronauts, we are excited to have you leading our team as we look forward to our next giant leaps. https://t.co/GbDCe9L9vV

You've been following the journeys of the crew, but how is the spacecraft that brought them to orbit? NASA's @AstroBehnken explains the status of @SpaceX's Crew Dragon Endeavour, which is also doing well at its new home aboard the International @Space_Station. https://t.co/1ziM50VZ4e

NASA
4 days ago

From the @Space_Station, @NASA_Astronauts commemorate the #FourthofJuly. With them is a U.S. flag that flew on the first and last space shuttle missions. @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug will bring it back to Earth aboard the SpaceX Dragon Endeavour: https://t.co/IygUtMeh2X https://t.co/mcntYrUjqw

In 2020, @NASA_Astronauts launched to space from America for the first time in 9 years. This #4thOfJuly, we celebrate this achievement and look forward to landing the first woman and next man on the Moon in 2024 with the #Artemis program. https://t.co/zplsD8LIuf
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In 2020, @NASA_Astronauts launched to space from America for the first time in 9 years. This #4thOfJuly, we celebrate this achievement and look forward to landing the first woman and next man on the Moon in 2024 with the #Artemis program. https://t.co/zplsD8LIuf

When I started at @NASA_Johnson, John Young was the senior astronaut. When asked about moon walks, he would remind people that it was working, not walking. Here are some “spaceworking” shots from Wednesday’s spacewalk in memory of Captain Young. https://t.co/jxG45uHft5
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When I started at @NASA_Johnson, John Young was the senior astronaut. When asked about moon walks, he would remind people that it was working, not walking. Here are some “spaceworking” shots from Wednesday’s spacewalk in memory of Captain Young. https://t.co/jxG45uHft5

It’s episode 3 of our Mars Monthly series on first Fridays! NASA has sent many robotic missions to the Red Planet, but there are more challenges to address for humans… like different approaches to propulsion, cargo and more on “Houston We Have a Podcast.” https://t.co/WMuwT9Jjbx https://t.co/vGYSPkQXwZ

It’s episode 3 of our Mars Monthly series on first Fridays! NASA has sent many robotic missions to the Red Planet, but there are more challenges to address for humans… like different approaches to propulsion, cargo and more on “Houston We Have a Podcast.” https://t.co/WMuwT9Jjbx https://t.co/vGYSPkQXwZ

Two spacewalkers swapped station batteries ahead of the Independence Day weekend. They have two more spacewalks planned later in July. #SpaceToGround https://t.co/3ixBOXIQya

45 years ago, two weeks remained until dual launches of a Soviet Soyuz and American Apollo spacecraft for the historic Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. Astronauts & cosmonauts participated in the final joint mission simulation and brushed up on language skills. https://t.co/H5Niw8Sf9U https://t.co/wjPg3mAyTI
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45 years ago, two weeks remained until dual launches of a Soviet Soyuz and American Apollo spacecraft for the historic Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. Astronauts & cosmonauts participated in the final joint mission simulation and brushed up on language skills. https://t.co/H5Niw8Sf9U https://t.co/wjPg3mAyTI

NASA
7 days ago

LIVE: Astronaut Kate Rubins & her @roscosmos cosmonaut crewmates discuss their upcoming Oct. 14 launch to the @Space_Station. During this mission, the crew from @SpaceX's 1st operational crewed flight will arrive at the station. https://t.co/TGYgjCwhyZ

NASA
7 days ago
Batteries included. 🔋🔧

@AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL concluded today’s spacewalk at 1:14pm ET, after swapping @Space_Station batteries and routing a power cable and ethernet cable. The duo will finish the work over two spacewalks later this month: https://t.co/8f8jUmWgsX https://t.co/edzoGowd9E

Batteries included. 🔋🔧 @AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL concluded today’s spacewalk at 1:14pm ET, after swapping @Space_Station batteries and routing a power cable and ethernet cable. The duo will finish the work over two spacewalks later this month: https://t.co/8f8jUmWgsX https://t.co/edzoGowd9E

Forget your fear of heights: Enjoy this astronaut's-eye-view of our blue marble. 🌎 This view comes from @AstroBehnken's helmet camera, as he and @Astro_SEAL wrap up their spacewalk tasks and the @Space_Station soars over the South Atlantic Ocean. https://t.co/Uz67qrRY9H

NASA
7 days ago
Jasmin Moghbeli (@AstroJaws) is the Mission Control voice guiding the astronauts on today's spacewalk. A @USNavy test pilot, Moghbeli was selected in 2017 to be one of our newest @NASA_Astronauts. She is now eligible for spaceflight: https://t.co/u6bmUhrM3v https://t.co/lWMZ50bPpW

Jasmin Moghbeli (@AstroJaws) is the Mission Control voice guiding the astronauts on today's spacewalk. A @USNavy test pilot, Moghbeli was selected in 2017 to be one of our newest @NASA_Astronauts. She is now eligible for spaceflight: https://t.co/u6bmUhrM3v https://t.co/lWMZ50bPpW

Today's spacewalk is moving along smoothly for @AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL! After getting 2 hours ahead of their timeline last week, the 1B power channel upgrades are complete, and they have prepared the 3B power channel for battery-replacement spacewalks later this month. 🔋 https://t.co/0caxBEZc8J

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Today’s spacewalk is underway! 👨‍🚀👨‍🚀 At 7:13am ET, @Astro_SEAL and @AstroBehnken set their spacesuits to battery power, beginning a spacewalk to install a new battery and prep for the next @Space_Station power upgrades. Watch: https://t.co/AcKX8sGOVD https://t.co/AcKX8sGOVD

We’re halfway through the week and halfway through the year— start the second half off right with a spacewalk! ✨ @NASA_Astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Behnken are scheduled to spend about 6-and-a-half hours outside the hatch today. https://t.co/G0WlNVmSVs

Good luck to @Astro_SEAL & @AstroBehnken on their spacewalk tomorrow! NASA’s Human Research Program studies how to protect astronauts on spacewalks by determining astronaut readiness for walks outside of the @space_station, like fitness for duty standards. https://t.co/VzNwhtghqA https://t.co/tBOkrvdMAv

Good luck to @Astro_SEAL & @AstroBehnken on their spacewalk tomorrow! NASA’s Human Research Program studies how to protect astronauts on spacewalks by determining astronaut readiness for walks outside of the @space_station, like fitness for duty standards. https://t.co/VzNwhtghqA https://t.co/tBOkrvdMAv

Tomorrow’s spacewalk on the International @Space_Station will be the 229th time astronauts and cosmonauts have ventured outside the vehicle. Do you know who was the first person to do ten spacewalks on this orbiting laboratory? https://t.co/JSUDVurxR6

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