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@nasahqphoto

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NASA Headquarters Photo Department. Washington, DC

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Joined on December 16, 2008
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Inside 100 Tweets

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30. in country United States and category Politics

46. in country United States and category Society

155. in category Politics

213. in category Society

655. in country United States

.@NASA astronauts @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug smile and give a thumbs up after the @SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour's hatch was opened.  https://t.co/5x8PATizvy https://t.co/j1Iz9ikGPa

.@NASA astronauts @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug smile and give a thumbs up after the @SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour's hatch was opened. https://t.co/5x8PATizvy https://t.co/j1Iz9ikGPa

Welcome home @NASA astronauts @Astro_Doug and @AstroBehnken, the first crew to complete a mission to the @Space_Station aboard a spacecraft commercially built and operated by @SpaceX, and the first crew to splash down since 1975! First 📷: https://t.co/5x8PATizvy More to come! https://t.co/QkIsvGuVDY

Welcome home @NASA astronauts @Astro_Doug and @AstroBehnken, the first crew to complete a mission to the @Space_Station aboard a spacecraft commercially built and operated by @SpaceX, and the first crew to splash down since 1975! First 📷: https://t.co/5x8PATizvy More to come! https://t.co/QkIsvGuVDY

Preparations are underway on the recovery vessel GO Navigator for the landing of @NASA astronauts @Astro_Doug and @AstroBehnken, the first crew to complete a mission to the @Space_Station aboard a spacecraft commercially built and operated by @SpaceX! 📷https://t.co/5x8PATizvy https://t.co/cZQLgVP9My
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Preparations are underway on the recovery vessel GO Navigator for the landing of @NASA astronauts @Astro_Doug and @AstroBehnken, the first crew to complete a mission to the @Space_Station aboard a spacecraft commercially built and operated by @SpaceX! 📷https://t.co/5x8PATizvy https://t.co/cZQLgVP9My

Today is the big day!🌎 @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug are returning to Earth today and you're invited along for the ride. Tune into https://t.co/nFYnA1vDbK to watch the astronauts splash down in the Gulf of Mexico at 2:48pm ET. https://t.co/DvNc25gXRR

.@NASAPersevere has started its journey to Mars! Check out pictures of this morning's launch onboard an @ulalaunch #AtlasV from our remote cameras. #CountdownToMars  🚀📷➡️ https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/BqmRWKeUVE
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.@NASAPersevere has started its journey to Mars! Check out pictures of this morning's launch onboard an @ulalaunch #AtlasV from our remote cameras. #CountdownToMars 🚀📷➡️ https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/BqmRWKeUVE

LIFTOFF! The @ulalaunch #AtlasV with the @NASAPersevere rover takes flight. Check out the first launch photos! #CountdownToMars 🚀📷➡️https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/Lw5OC81wOo

LIFTOFF! The @ulalaunch #AtlasV with the @NASAPersevere rover takes flight. Check out the first launch photos! #CountdownToMars 🚀📷➡️https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/Lw5OC81wOo

The @ulalaunch #AtlasV rocket carrying @NASAPersevere is seen illuminated by spotlights at Space Launch Complex 41. Launch slated for Thursday July 30 at 7:50 a.m. EDT. #CountdownToMars More 📷-  https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/sRgsiEDfhn
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The @ulalaunch #AtlasV rocket carrying @NASAPersevere is seen illuminated by spotlights at Space Launch Complex 41. Launch slated for Thursday July 30 at 7:50 a.m. EDT. #CountdownToMars More 📷- https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/sRgsiEDfhn

.@NASA Admin @JimBridenstine, Dep. Admin @jmorhard, astronaut @zenanaut, and @NASAKennedy Dep. Center Director Janet Petro spoke to members of the media ahead of tomorrow's @NASAPersevere launch. #CountdownToMars More 📷 - https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/FUvNr3e8Hx

.@NASA Admin @JimBridenstine, Dep. Admin @jmorhard, astronaut @zenanaut, and @NASAKennedy Dep. Center Director Janet Petro spoke to members of the media ahead of tomorrow's @NASAPersevere launch. #CountdownToMars More 📷 - https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/FUvNr3e8Hx

The @ulalaunch #AtlasV rocket carrying @NASAPersevere was rolled out of the Vertical Integration Facility the the launch pad at Space Launch Complex 41 this morning. #CountdownToMars   More 📷 - https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/eDg2uhzS47
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The @ulalaunch #AtlasV rocket carrying @NASAPersevere was rolled out of the Vertical Integration Facility the the launch pad at Space Launch Complex 41 this morning. #CountdownToMars More 📷 - https://t.co/1C6QkuRetg https://t.co/eDg2uhzS47

Houston – It’s A Wrap! Mission Accomplished! 
Overall view of the Mission Operations Control Room, showing flight controllers celebrating the successful conclusion of the Apollo 11 mission. Happy 51st Anniversary  Apollo 11 - Next up #Artemis #Moon2024 https://t.co/Qu6XwIwAHx

Houston – It’s A Wrap! Mission Accomplished! Overall view of the Mission Operations Control Room, showing flight controllers celebrating the successful conclusion of the Apollo 11 mission. Happy 51st Anniversary Apollo 11 - Next up #Artemis #Moon2024 https://t.co/Qu6XwIwAHx

It’s Mealtime! Buzz Aldrin makes a sandwich in zero gravity conditions in this color reproduction, taken from a TV transmission aboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft during its  journey home from the moon. https://t.co/YQVvSXp4Rg

It’s Mealtime! Buzz Aldrin makes a sandwich in zero gravity conditions in this color reproduction, taken from a TV transmission aboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft during its journey home from the moon. https://t.co/YQVvSXp4Rg

Did you know, when Apollo 11 departed the moon's surface the Astronauts left behind a small silicon disc? Messages of goodwill from heads of state of many nations were inscribed microscopically around the edges of the disc, since it was about the size of a half dollar coin. https://t.co/kwZ6Mn4wEd
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Did you know, when Apollo 11 departed the moon's surface the Astronauts left behind a small silicon disc? Messages of goodwill from heads of state of many nations were inscribed microscopically around the edges of the disc, since it was about the size of a half dollar coin. https://t.co/kwZ6Mn4wEd

What a beautiful sight to see! A view of the entire nearside of the Moon was photographed on July 21, 1969, from the Apollo 11 spacecraft during its trans-Earth journey homeward. Little known fact, when this picture was taken the spacecraft was already 10,000 nautical miles away. https://t.co/33eYhOjTe4

What a beautiful sight to see! A view of the entire nearside of the Moon was photographed on July 21, 1969, from the Apollo 11 spacecraft during its trans-Earth journey homeward. Little known fact, when this picture was taken the spacecraft was already 10,000 nautical miles away. https://t.co/33eYhOjTe4

It’s time to head home!  The “Eagle’s” ascent stage with Armstrong and Aldrin aboard, is photographed by Michael Collins in the command module. “What a beautiful sight, one that had to be recorded”, reflected Collins. https://t.co/9ldMg1odns

It’s time to head home! The “Eagle’s” ascent stage with Armstrong and Aldrin aboard, is photographed by Michael Collins in the command module. “What a beautiful sight, one that had to be recorded”, reflected Collins. https://t.co/9ldMg1odns

NASA Fact: The most iconic and requested Apollo 11 image is this photo of Astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the moon taken by Astronaut Neil Armstrong. If you look closely, you can see Armstrong in the photo capturing this very moment on July 20, 1969. https://t.co/hO1I1VKXVr

NASA Fact: The most iconic and requested Apollo 11 image is this photo of Astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the moon taken by Astronaut Neil Armstrong. If you look closely, you can see Armstrong in the photo capturing this very moment on July 20, 1969. https://t.co/hO1I1VKXVr

Can you believe it's been 51 years to the day since we landed on the moon? Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 commander, works at the Lunar Module "Eagle" on the historic first extravehicular activity (EVA). Buzz Aldrin took the photo. https://t.co/MDLc3r0Ftq

Can you believe it's been 51 years to the day since we landed on the moon? Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 commander, works at the Lunar Module "Eagle" on the historic first extravehicular activity (EVA). Buzz Aldrin took the photo. https://t.co/MDLc3r0Ftq

On their way to the moon! This image was taken during the separation of the Lunar Module (LM) and the Command/Service Module (CSM) for the Apollo 11 Mission. Inside the LM were astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, while astronaut Michael Collins remained with the CSM. https://t.co/foLoweIsGJ

On their way to the moon! This image was taken during the separation of the Lunar Module (LM) and the Command/Service Module (CSM) for the Apollo 11 Mission. Inside the LM were astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, while astronaut Michael Collins remained with the CSM. https://t.co/foLoweIsGJ

Long exposure photo of the @Space_Station above Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) as viewed from Keys Gap, https://t.co/dXlen138C6. See full resolution: https://t.co/LVyafZweKZ

What is a comet, anyway? What do they look like up close? https://t.co/nnki5IevCJ

#cometNEOWISE 💫 https://t.co/ItGXvTQgzl

Long exposure photo of the @Space_Station above Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) as viewed from Keys Gap, https://t.co/dXlen138C6. See full resolution: https://t.co/LVyafZweKZ What is a comet, anyway? What do they look like up close? https://t.co/nnki5IevCJ #cometNEOWISE 💫 https://t.co/ItGXvTQgzl

On the way to the Moon this happen. A solar corona was captured from the Apollo 11 spacecraft during trans-lunar coast and prior to lunar orbit insertion. The moon is the dark disc between the spacecraft and the sun. https://t.co/ALQGYfNfcY

On the way to the Moon this happen. A solar corona was captured from the Apollo 11 spacecraft during trans-lunar coast and prior to lunar orbit insertion. The moon is the dark disc between the spacecraft and the sun. https://t.co/ALQGYfNfcY

Start off your Saturday with this view of the Earth's sphere partly illuminated as photographed from the Apollo 11 spacecraft during its lunar landing mission. https://t.co/FwdHcN1X05

Start off your Saturday with this view of the Earth's sphere partly illuminated as photographed from the Apollo 11 spacecraft during its lunar landing mission. https://t.co/FwdHcN1X05

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