NASA_SLS (@NASA_SLS )

NASA_SLS

Bio NASAs Space Launch System is a heavy-lift launch vehicle capable of powering the Orion spacecraft and cargo beyond low Earth orbit.
Location Huntsville, AL
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Account created 18-01-2012 20:01:29
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Sprinklr : The SLS booster segments that will help launch the first #Artemis mission to the Moon are ready to leave @NorthropGrumman manufacturing facilities in Utah for NASAs Kennedy Space Center in Florida. MORE >> go.nasa.gov/2BFHz0h

Twitter Web App : Last week, our asteroid-sampling spacecraft NASAs OSIRIS-REx made its closest swoop –– 820 feet (250 meters) –– over Osprey, a backup sample site on asteroid Bennu. The mission will make its first collection attempt at primary site Nightingale on Oct. 20: go.nasa.gov/3eK2xJt

Sprinklr : SLS core stage Green Run testing operations have resumed at Stennis Space Center. Learn more about the eight-part test series of the new SLS rocket core stage that will send astronauts to the Moon HERE >> go.nasa.gov/3dqlMYo

Sprinklr : NASA has selected 21 proposals to help answer questions about astronaut health and performance during future long-duration missions beyond low-Earth orbit to places like the Moon and even Mars. MORE >> go.nasa.gov/3clpm4r

Twitter Web App : Congratulations to SpaceX on the successful launch of NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 mission. Today we #LaunchAmerica and start a new era of human spaceflight that returns human launch capability to the United States. twitter.com/NASA/status/12…

Sprinklr : On this #Memorial Day, we remember and honor the brave men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

Sprinklr : How do you train to live in space? In this episode of "Houston We Have a Podcast" crew systems operations instructors answer top questions about space hygiene and explains how astronauts are trained to shower, shave and go to the bathroom in space. MORE >> go.nasa.gov/3gl5G4f

Sprinklr : NASA's next generation Moon missions require next generation spacesuits. Researchers and technicians at NASA_Langley are working on the intricately machined and welded backplate for the Exploration Extravehicular Mobility Unit (xEMU) spacesuit. HOW >> go.nasa.gov/2A6oZNJ

Sprinklr : How does a rocket fly? Using a model of NASAs Space Launch System rocket that she built with materials around her home, NASA engineer Tracie Prater explains the different components of a rocket that help it go from Earth to space. WATCH >> go.nasa.gov/7797 #NASAatHome

Twitter Web App : Production resumes at NASAs Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Louisiana. Lockheed Martin technicians are working on spacecraft components for the Artemis II mission - Orions first crewed flight around the Moon.

Sprinklr : NASA is resuming work to bring the SLS rocket's core stage to life for the first time. Eight Green Run tests minimize risk to the SLS core stage and ensure the stage satisfies design objectives and validates design models for the #Artemis missions. MORE >> go.nasa.gov/2zltnIR

Twitter Web App : Our first teams have returned to Stennis Space Center and #NASAMichoud with COVID-19 safety protocols in place. They’re resuming NASA_SLS Artemis I Green Run testing, building the next Artemis core stages, and accelerating Exploration Upper Stage development.

Sprinklr : NASA’s first asteroid sample return mission is officially prepared to touchdown on asteroid Bennu’s surface. LAst month, NASAs OSIRIS-REx spacecraft successfully completed a practice run of the activities leading up to the sampling event. WHAT'S NEXT >> go.nasa.gov/2TrMd88

Sprinklr : It's hard to imagine the Red Planet as cold, but, thanks to NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover, scientists and researchers continue to find new clues to unravel the mysterious history of the Mars climate. READ MORE >> go.nasa.gov/2LK3aq3

Twitter Web App : Testing the world’s largest rocket stage! At Stennis Space Center, a series of critical tests resumed that will bring our NASA_SLS 🚀 core stage for #Artemis I to life for the first time. More about the upcoming Green Run tests: go.nasa.gov/2TsIrez

Twitter Web App : Meet team Cislunar Explorers from Cornell University - one of three NASA Cube Quest Challenge winning teams readying their CubeSat for launch as a secondary payload onboard NASA_SLSs Artemis I mission. MORE >> nasa.gov/cubequest

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Sprinklr : Last week, NASA announced the #Artemis Accords to support safe and sustainable deep space exploration and development. Together, NASA and its international partners will explore more of the lunar surface and prepare for human exploration of Mars. MORE >> nasa.gov/specials/artem… pic.twitter.com/NRjYDbaW08