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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
LIVE: Watch our coverage of the #CAPSTONE launch. The satellite will test a unique lunar orbit that combines the best of close and distant orbit paths. Liftoff is set for 5:55am ET (9:55 UTC). microblog.im.allmendenetz.de/i/broadcasts/1mr…
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⏰ Set your alarm for 5am ET on June 28 to tune into the #CAPSTONE launch managed by @NASA_LSP based here at Kennedy! Watch at NASA.gov/live
🚀 @NASA, @RocketLab, and @AdvancedSpace are targeting 9:55 UTC/5:55am EDT on June 28th for the launch of the #CAPSTONE mission from Mahia, New Zealand! CAPSTONE serves as a pathfinder for Gateway, a Moon-orbiting outpost that's part of the Artemis program. 🛰️🌓
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
🛰️#MissiontoPsyche Update: NASA’s first mission designed to study a metal-rich asteroid will not make its planned 2022 launch attempt due to not having sufficient time to complete testing of flight software. Learn more here: nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-…
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.@NASA has analyzed the data from the #Artemis I wet dress rehearsal conducted Monday, June 20, and determined the testing campaign is complete. @NASA_SLS and @NASA_Orion will roll back to the Vehicle Assembly Building next week to prepare for launch. go.nasa.gov/3A2rZrm
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
LIVE NOW – Tune in for the latest about #Artemis I, and what’s next for the mega Moon rocket and spacecraft: go.nasa.gov/3A3K1K8
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⏰ Join us today at 11am ET for a media teleconference to discuss next steps for the #Artemis I mission with the @NASA_SLS rocket and @NASA_Orion spacecraft. Get the details: nasa.gov/live
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🔴 LIVE NOW: Tune in to hear from Kennedy Space Center's first woman director, Janet Petro, as she shares more about her journey to @NASA. microblog.im.allmendenetz.de/i/spaces/1LyxBoa…
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
The landmark law #TitleIX opened up a universe of possibility for women, including Janet Petro, the 1st woman director of @NASAKennedy. Join @TwitterWomen and @WomenNASA as Title IX turns 50. Tweet questions using #TitleIX and we may answer them live. microblog.im.allmendenetz.de/i/spaces/1LyxBoa…
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We’re celebrating six decades of exploration here at Kennedy Space Center this year! Witnessed a launch you’ll never forget? Met an astronaut? Caught sight of a space-flown vehicle? Share your stories, videos, & photos with us for a chance to be featured on our social channels.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
Kevin Grossman is a #hockey player from NY and a materials scientist at @NASAKennedy. Kevin and his team are working on a reactor that converts dirt from the lunar surface into oxygen. More about the tech that could help astronauts breathe on the Moon: go.nasa.gov/3zNo69Q
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
On the left is a photo taken #OTD in 1988 of a dwarf wheat variety growing in @NASAKennedy’s Biomass Production Chamber. Shown to the right, a photo taken in March 2018 of dwarf wheat plants growing in the Advanced Plant Habitat Facility on @Space_Station.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
LIVE NOW: Listen in as @NASAArtemis experts discuss next steps following the #Artemis I wet dress rehearsal: go.nasa.gov/3Na5vrp
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Join us today at 11am ET for a media teleconference to hear from experts as they discuss the results of yesterday's wet dress rehearsal test for the #Artemis I mission: nasa.gov/live
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.@NASAGroundSys teams ended the #Artemis I wet dress rehearsal today at 7:37 p.m. at T-29 seconds in the countdown. Learn more about today's test: go.nasa.gov/3HClNbB
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
UPDATE: The launch team went through the T-10 countdown stopping at T-29 seconds. They are currently safing the vehicle. Continue to follow along at nasa.gov/live
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The mission management team polled “GO” to proceed with the terminal countdown. During these final ten minutes of the countdown, the team will use a modified configuration to gain the most from today’s #Artemis I wet dress rehearsal test. Watch live: nasa.gov/live
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
UPDATE: T-10 mins & holding. NASA test director has extended the hold while team continues to work hydrogen leak. Core stage LH2 & upper stage LH2 are in stop flow while the team works leak. Upper stage LOX in stop for relief pressure test. Core stage LOX remains in replenish.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center retweeted
UPDATE: The team has entered into a 30-minute pre-planned hold to make up time and work through remaining issues before resuming at T-10 minutes. Fast fill on upper stage liquid oxygen continues. The team is still troubleshooting the core stage quick disconnect hydrogen leak.
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We are “GO” to begin tanking of the @NASA_SLS rocket as part of the #Artemis I wet dress rehearsal test. Watch our live feed for updates throughout the day: nasa.gov/nasalive
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