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#Repost @explorenasa This week in 1972, Apollo 16 astronauts Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot, and John W. Young, commander, landed on the lunar surface. This photo, taken during the mission’s second extravehicular activity, shows Young retrieving tools from the Lunar Roving Vehicle’s Hand Tool Carrier. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center designed, developed and managed the production of the lunar rover and the Saturn V rocket that took astronauts to the moon. Today, Marshall is developing NASA's Space Launch System, the most powerful rocket ever built that will be capable of sending astronauts deeper into space than ever before, including to Mars. Credit: NASA #NASA #nasahistory #spaceexploration #NASABeyond #moonlanding #moon #apollo16 #apollo @NASA_Marshall
This week in 1969, the Apollo 10 crew splashed down in the Pacific Ocean following a successful eight-day mission to rehearse the lunar landing. Here, Saturn V first stage is prepared for final assembly in the high bay area of the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center designed, developed and managed the production of the Saturn V rocket that took astronauts to the moon. Today, Marshall is developing NASA's Space Launch System, the most powerful rocket ever built that will be capable of sending astronauts deeper into space than ever before, including to Mars. #tbt #tbt❤️ #apollo #apollo10 #nasahistory
regram @nasa Shrouded in clouds today in 1969, this image was taken by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. From 36,000 nautical miles away, this full disk view of our home planet shows the crew’s vantage point from space. The crew members on Apollo 10 were astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Eugene E. Cernan, lunar module pilot. Astronaut Young remained in lunar orbit, in the Command and Service Module (CSM) "Charlie Brown", while astronauts Stafford and Cernan descended to within nine miles of the lunar surface, in the Lunar Module (LM) "Snoopy". Credit: NASA #nasa #space #moon #earth #home #homeplanet #astronauts #apollo #apollo10 #tbt #throwbackthursday #Thursday #picoftheday #spacecraft #spacepic #otd #history #nasahistory #spacehistory
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Thanks for video @thom_astro & @iss • I'm big fan of you @astro2fish you're my inspiration and my ideal • #Repost @iss Astronaut Jack Fischer (@astro2fish) waves while attached to the Destiny laboratory during a spacewalk today to replace a failed data relay box and install a pair wireless antennas. European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet was videotaping Fischer from inside the seven-windowed cupola on the International Space Station. #spacewalk #outofthisworld #outerspace #NASABeyond #NASAHistory #destiny #nasa #international #space #station #JackFischer #thomaspesquet #iss
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The graphic shows four of the 13 galaxies clusters used in the study. The clusters are, starting at the top left and going clockwise, Abell 262, Abell 383, Abell 1413, and Abell 2390. • First image is composite image. Second image is X-ray data from Chandra which is pink third one is optical image. • Astronomers have used data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to study the properties of dark matter, the mysterious, invisible substance that makes up a majority of matter in the universe. The study, which involves 13 galaxy clusters, explores the possibility that dark matter may be more "fuzzy" than "cold," perhaps even adding to the complexity surrounding this cosmic conundrum. • As with the studies of galaxies, the simplest model of fuzzy dark matter — where all particles have the lowest possible energy — did not agree with the data. However, they found that the model where the particles had different amounts of energy — the "excited states — did give good agreement with the data. In fact, the fuzzy dark matter model may match the observations of these 13 galaxy clusters just as well or even better than a model based on cold dark matter. • This image is 6.3 arcmin across. (About 440 million light years) • Credit: X-ray - NASA/CXC/Cinestav/T.Bernal et al; Optical - Adam Block/Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter/U. Arizona #astronomy #chandra #nasahistory #nasabeyond #space #constellation #creation#galaxy #hubbletelescope #interstellar #cosmology #hubble #nasa #cosmos #hubblehangout #universe #cosmology #science #galaxyM101 #adromina #JPL #Abell262 #Abell383 #Abell1413 #Abell2390
Shrouded in clouds today in 1969, this image was taken by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. From 36,000 nautical miles away, this full disk view of our home planet shows the crew’s vantage point from space. The crew members on Apollo 10 were astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Eugene E. Cernan, lunar module pilot. Astronaut Young remained in lunar orbit, in the Command and Service Module (CSM) "Charlie Brown", while astronauts Stafford and Cernan descended to within nine miles of the lunar surface, in the Lunar Module (LM) "Snoopy". Credit: NASA (#Peace for #AFGHANISTAN and #WORLD) #nasa #space #moon #earth #home #homeplanet #astronauts #apollo #apollo10 #tbt #throwbackthursday #Thursday #picoftheday #spacecraft #spacepic #otd #history #nasahistory #spacehistory #Universe #planet #beauty #followme
🙏 @nasa Shrouded in clouds today in 1969, this image was taken by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. From 36,000 nautical miles away, this full disk view of our home planet shows the crew’s vantage point from space. The crew members on Apollo 10 were astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Eugene E. Cernan, lunar module pilot. Astronaut Young remained in lunar orbit, in the Command and Service Module (CSM) "Charlie Brown", while astronauts Stafford and Cernan descended to within nine miles of the lunar surface, in the Lunar Module (LM) "Snoopy". Credit: NASA #nasa #space #moon #earth #home #homeplanet #astronauts #apollo #apollo10 #tbt #throwbackthursday #Thursday #picoftheday #spacecraft #spacepic #otd #history #nasahistory #spacehistory
Buenas Noches #Penonomé #RepostPenonomé #Repost @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ Shrouded in clouds today in 1969, this image was taken by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. From 36,000 nautical miles away, this full disk view of our home planet shows the crew’s vantage point from space. The crew members on Apollo 10 were astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Eugene E. Cernan, lunar module pilot. Astronaut Young remained in lunar orbit, in the Command and Service Module (CSM) "Charlie Brown", while astronauts Stafford and Cernan descended to within nine miles of the lunar surface, in the Lunar Module (LM) "Snoopy". Credit: NASA #nasa #space #moon #earth #home #homeplanet #astronauts #apollo #apollo10 #tbt #throwbackthursday #Thursday #picoftheday #spacecraft #spacepic #otd #history #nasahistory #spacehistory
Foto da Terra feita em 1969 pela missão Apollo 10, que infelizmente não pousou na Lua, mas conseguiu algumas belíssimas imagens, essa mesmo é a 36 mil km, altitude semelhante as dos satélites geoestacionários. @Regrann from @nasa - Shrouded in clouds today in 1969, this image was taken by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. From 36,000 nautical miles away, this full disk view of our home planet shows the crew’s vantage point from space. The crew members on Apollo 10 were astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Eugene E. Cernan, lunar module pilot. Astronaut Young remained in lunar orbit, in the Command and Service Module (CSM) "Charlie Brown", while astronauts Stafford and Cernan descended to within nine miles of the lunar surface, in the Lunar Module (LM) "Snoopy". Credit: NASA #nasa #space #moon #earth #home #homeplanet #astronauts #apollo #apollo10 #tbt #throwbackthursday #Thursday #picoftheday #spacecraft #spacepic #otd #history #nasahistory #spacehistory #regrann
#Repost @nasa with @repostapp ・・・ Shrouded in clouds today in 1969, this image was taken by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. From 36,000 nautical miles away, this full disk view of our home planet shows the crew’s vantage point from space. The crew members on Apollo 10 were astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Eugene E. Cernan, lunar module pilot. Astronaut Young remained in lunar orbit, in the Command and Service Module (CSM) "Charlie Brown", while astronauts Stafford and Cernan descended to within nine miles of the lunar surface, in the Lunar Module (LM) "Snoopy". Credit: NASA #nasa #space #moon #earth #home #homeplanet #astronauts #apollo #apollo10 #tbt #throwbackthursday #Thursday #picoftheday #spacecraft #spacepic #otd #history #nasahistory #spacehistory