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  • 🎬Space Shuttle Discovery STS-121 Mission Launch
  • 🎬Space Shuttle Discovery STS-121 Mission Launch
  • 11,427 126 17 March, 2019
  • 📸STS-51-D Launch 🇬🇧 The Space Shuttle Discovery ascends the launch complex in Florida and heads through Atlantic skies toward its 51-D mission. The seven member crew lifted off at 8:59 a.m. (EST), April 12, 1985. 🇮🇹 Lo Space Shuttle Discovery al di sopra del complesso di lancio in Florida si dirige attraverso i cieli dell’Atlantico verso la sua missione : STS 51-D. I 7 membri dell’equipaggio sono partiti alle 8:59 a.m. (EST) il 12 aprile 1985.
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  • 📸STS-51-D Launch 🇬🇧 The Space Shuttle Discovery ascends the launch complex in Florida and heads through Atlantic skies toward its 51-D mission. The seven member crew lifted off at 8:59 a.m. (EST), April 12, 1985. 🇮🇹 Lo Space Shuttle Discovery al di sopra del complesso di lancio in Florida si dirige attraverso i cieli dell’Atlantico verso la sua missione : STS 51-D. I 7 membri dell’equipaggio sono partiti alle 8:59 a.m. (EST) il 12 aprile 1985.
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  • Weekend trip with TX-450 to the Aerospace Science and Technology center in Joplin, MO. A little fbo turned into artifact center was the most informational and impressive museum of aerospace I have ever seen. It’s run by retired fighter pilots and USAF generals. Please pay a visit! #Joplin #Aerospace #flightmuseum
  • Weekend trip with TX-450 to the Aerospace Science and Technology center in Joplin, MO. A little fbo turned into artifact center was the most informational and impressive museum of aerospace I have ever seen. It’s run by retired fighter pilots and USAF generals. Please pay a visit! #Joplin #Aerospace #flightmuseum
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  • It may be technically “work” but it’s ok. Writing a paper during quiet Sunday afternoons. Less stressful than the office and I get to listen to the birds outside. Not too bad.
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#engineering #womeninSTEM #engineer #aerospace #workit #keepgoing #findpeace #spring
  • It may be technically “work” but it’s ok. Writing a paper during quiet Sunday afternoons. Less stressful than the office and I get to listen to the birds outside. Not too bad.
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    #engineering #womeninSTEM #engineer #aerospace #workit #keepgoing #findpeace #spring
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  • Would artificial gravity help astronaut health on long distance journeys? A new study at the German Aerospace Center in Cologne will find out by having volunteers stay in bed for 60 days and occasionally be spun in a centrifuge to see if forcing the fluid back to their legs will reduce the negative symptoms of weightlessness.
  • Would artificial gravity help astronaut health on long distance journeys? A new study at the German Aerospace Center in Cologne will find out by having volunteers stay in bed for 60 days and occasionally be spun in a centrifuge to see if forcing the fluid back to their legs will reduce the negative symptoms of weightlessness.
  • 28 2 7 hours ago
  • A photo of Robinson Family Aerospace Mission co-founder Victoria Robinson at Liberty Science Center (@libertysciencecenter) for Women in Science & Art Week! Stay tuned! Video & blog to come!
  • A photo of Robinson Family Aerospace Mission co-founder Victoria Robinson at Liberty Science Center (@libertysciencecenter) for Women in Science & Art Week! Stay tuned! Video & blog to come!
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  • Great MMR with this tool!
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  • Great MMR with this tool!
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  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Gemini 11 | The Gemini program was designed as a bridge between the Mercury and Apollo programs, primarily to test equipment and mission procedures in Earth orbit and to train astronauts and ground crews for future Apollo missions. The general objectives of the program included: long duration flights in excess of of the requirements of a lunar landing mission; rendezvous and docking of two vehicles in Earth orbit; the development of operational proficiency of both flight and ground crews; the conduct of experiments in space; extravehicular operations; active control of reentry flight path to achieve a precise landing point; and onboard orbital navigation. Gemini 11 preparing for Apollo consisted of 10 crewed launches, 2 uncrewed launches, and 7 target vehicles. Apollo | The major components are eight parachutes (three main chutes, two drogue chutes and three pilot chutes) and the mortars used to deploy them. Apollo 4 and 6 were unmanned tests of the Saturn V moon rocket. Apollo 5 was an unmanned test of the first Apollo Lunar Module on a smaller Saturn IB rocket; it carried no command and service module.
Two unmanned tests of a smaller Saturn launch vehicle, the Saturn I, are sometimes known as Apollo 2 and 3. The name "Apollo 1" was given to the Crew. Apollo in 1968 marks the first time humans visited the Moon, with Apollo 8. 
Apollo 9 was the third crewed mission - testing several aspects critical to landing on the Moon.
Apollo 10 was the fourth manned mission, and the second (after Apollo 8) to orbit the Moon. 
Between July 1969 and December 1972, six Apollo missions successfully landed on the lunar surface. 
Apollo 11 – Landed 20 July 1969
Apollo 12 – Landed 19 November 1969
Apollo 14 – Landed 5 February 1971
Apollo 15 – Landed 30 July 1971
Apollo 16 – Landed 21 April 1972
Credit: NASA #nasa #gemini #apollo #history #exploration #partnerships #flight #explorers #rockets #research #international #aerospace #engineering #solar #solarsystem #robotics #welding #coding #cosmo #galaxy #galaxies #helicopters #exploremore #cosmo #astronomy #physics #lunar #moon #mars #batteries  #exploration #exploremore #historical
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Gemini 11 | The Gemini program was designed as a bridge between the Mercury and Apollo programs, primarily to test equipment and mission procedures in Earth orbit and to train astronauts and ground crews for future Apollo missions. The general objectives of the program included: long duration flights in excess of of the requirements of a lunar landing mission; rendezvous and docking of two vehicles in Earth orbit; the development of operational proficiency of both flight and ground crews; the conduct of experiments in space; extravehicular operations; active control of reentry flight path to achieve a precise landing point; and onboard orbital navigation. Gemini 11 preparing for Apollo consisted of 10 crewed launches, 2 uncrewed launches, and 7 target vehicles. Apollo | The major components are eight parachutes (three main chutes, two drogue chutes and three pilot chutes) and the mortars used to deploy them. Apollo 4 and 6 were unmanned tests of the Saturn V moon rocket. Apollo 5 was an unmanned test of the first Apollo Lunar Module on a smaller Saturn IB rocket; it carried no command and service module.
    Two unmanned tests of a smaller Saturn launch vehicle, the Saturn I, are sometimes known as Apollo 2 and 3. The name "Apollo 1" was given to the Crew. Apollo in 1968 marks the first time humans visited the Moon, with Apollo 8.
    Apollo 9 was the third crewed mission - testing several aspects critical to landing on the Moon.
    Apollo 10 was the fourth manned mission, and the second (after Apollo 8) to orbit the Moon.
    Between July 1969 and December 1972, six Apollo missions successfully landed on the lunar surface.
    Apollo 11 – Landed 20 July 1969
    Apollo 12 – Landed 19 November 1969
    Apollo 14 – Landed 5 February 1971
    Apollo 15 – Landed 30 July 1971
    Apollo 16 – Landed 21 April 1972
    Credit: NASA #nasa #gemini #apollo #history #exploration #partnerships #flight #explorers #rockets #research #international #aerospace #engineering #solar #solarsystem #robotics #welding #coding #cosmo #galaxy #galaxies #helicopters #exploremore #cosmo #astronomy #physics #lunar #moon #mars #batteries #exploration #exploremore #historical
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  • we can’t say incel anymore
  • we can’t say incel anymore
  • 364 12 8 hours ago
  • summary of the journey to outer space
  • summary of the journey to outer space
  • 112 0 19 July, 2018
  • Visualisation of universe in 10 billion particles interacting in force of gravity, grouping into 20 million galaxies. -

The galaxies formed clusters surrounded by voids and connected by a web of threadlike filaments. <Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics>
  • Visualisation of universe in 10 billion particles interacting in force of gravity, grouping into 20 million galaxies. -

    The galaxies formed clusters surrounded by voids and connected by a web of threadlike filaments.
  • 121 0 2 April, 2018
  • A graceful affair of recurvant gaseous draperies;
Formed from gas coming from a dying star in binary system-spinning and twisting. (NGC 5189)
  • A graceful affair of recurvant gaseous draperies;
    Formed from gas coming from a dying star in binary system-spinning and twisting. (NGC 5189)
  • 109 0 1 April, 2018
  • closeup of photoelectric experiment
  • closeup of photoelectric experiment
  • 84 0 30 December, 2017
  • photoelectric experiment closeup 02
  • photoelectric experiment closeup 02
  • 97 0 30 December, 2017