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  • 2 minutes ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Want to celebrate #EarthDay with the perfect GIF? In your device’s GIF keyboard, type ‘nasagif’ + ‘earth’ to see our collection of Earth GIFs! Try it on mobile or check out all our GIFs on GIPHY: https://giphy.com/nasa
    -49 seconds ago
    That's a fake. NASA the great deceivers.
    2 minutes ago
    Beatiful <3
  • 56 minutes ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Earth is special. It's the only place in the universe that we know contains life. Celebrate the beauty of this dynamic world with some amazing images of our home planet from our #EarthDay photo gallery! Take a look, download and maybe even use one as your device's wallpaper: https://go.nasa.gov/2qQKBGo
    54 minutes ago 7
    Earth IS special! NASA IS fake!
    46 minutes ago 6
    Mike Digrandi is special. Short school bus special.
    46 minutes ago 4
    Fake implies "not real." NASA is clearly real. I mean, you follow their FB page...
    44 minutes ago 3
    haha epic fail mike!
    44 minutes ago 3
    Mike Digrandi nope, not better. Still a lie.
    43 minutes ago 1
    Mike is special, little yellow bus special.
    44 minutes ago 1
    Free of charge lobotomy are being performed free in your city. Please get in line now.
    43 minutes ago
    Steven Larsen, Yahweh even loves you too.
    44 minutes ago
    Robert Glen Campbell, Yahweh loves you!
    45 minutes ago
    NASA is faking....better?
    42 minutes ago
    James R. Hurder, proof it's a lie. I'll wait.
    45 minutes ago 1
    Read The Urantia Book it tells of life on other planets!
    18 minutes ago
    That's what we call "fiction"...
    18 minutes ago
    54 minutes ago 1
    Our planet is a special place indeed. Our home, our only home ☺☺☺.
    14 minutes ago
    What color and size are you going to make north America this time ?
    17 minutes ago
    These are beautiful and thank you, NASA,for sharing on Earth Day! 🌎💙
    6 minutes ago
    The Earth has been created with love by our God Yahweh, the only God, believe him. The last chapter is coming
    1 minute ago
    Sorry but no. This is Odin's world. Please learn to see the signs.
    22 minutes ago
    Our problem to know the truth is that we are We consider it nonsense
    19 minutes ago
    Is it true that Saturn receives diamond rain on its surface every evening ?
    22 minutes ago
    I congratulate earthlings on the holiday! To all love, mind and long life!
    27 seconds ago
    Do not the Unbelievers see that the heavens and the earth were joined together (as one unit of creation) before we clove them asunder? We made from water every living thing.Will they not then believe?
  • 1 hour ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Happy #EarthDay! Join one of our events today online or in-person! See the full list of activities here and use #NASA4Earth to join the conversation on social media: https://go.nasa.gov/2Hla418
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    1 hour ago 1
    The good news about the ozone hole just got even better, News by NASA.
    1 hour ago 1
    Happy earth day to NASA too and to all
    1 hour ago 1
    Happy earth day but how can i join you in person knowing i am far across the distance, and spaces between us... can i ask you something? I need you to wait for me..
    1 hour ago 1
    HAPPY🌎🌍🌏DAY!!!
    1 hour ago
    When's Flerf Day?🙃
    1 hour ago 1
    Translated from Dutch (my native speech disorder) I would say when Easter and Pentecost fall on the same day
    26 seconds ago
    Will Flerf Day be celebrated everywhere around the globe?
    8 minutes ago
    Sadness. Nothing will save the earth. Not now
    1 hour ago
    NASA is fake news.
    1 hour ago 2
    It's true he's a Alex Jones wannabe
    1 hour ago 1
    your account is FAKE. NO EDUCATION TO SHOW. NO JOBS, NO FRIENDS..
    Fan Club. it's like price club, just they only sell fans..
    1 hour ago 1
    Yes a psychopathic deity who had nothing to help humanity do anything to help people in and of Yahweh is all loving then why does he burn his children when they don't worship him and only exept the one that do by society standererds that what a psychopath does
    1 hour ago 1
    Coming from a fake account, that means... Pretty much nothing...
    58 minutes ago 1
    "what is fake about my account?"
    The claims from the person using it are generally nonsense. Would you like a list?
    55 minutes ago 1
    "Yahweh loves You!"
    Is that why you think it's acceptable to talk about things you don't understand as if you do? I'm not just talking about science, either.
    1 hour ago
    sad Mike is back
    1 hour ago
    William Lloyd Blair, what is fake about my account? Ask my fan club when they arrive... This is really me.
    57 minutes ago
    Thomas Leo Ray Webster, Yahweh is love. He is also fair and just... Not everyone gets to go to heaven.  It's earned, not handed out like a participation ribbon.
    1 hour ago
    I'm happy, not sad.  If I am sad at all, it's for all of you who don't get it yet. So blind to the lie. Wake up little sheep, there is a battle between good and evil. You're soul is at stake. Yahweh loves You!
    30 minutes ago
    Hi from Panamá! Happy earth Day . Saludos desde Panamá! Feliz Día de la tierra.
    26 minutes ago
    Happy earthday to #NASA and All #PPL
    16 minutes ago
    Happy Earth day and Every day 💙💛💚
  • 14 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Sunday is #EarthDay and we're celebrating by sharing many of the innovative technologies that help us better understand and protect our home planet. Join the celebration by creating your own shareable views of Earth, using the hashtag #NASA4Earth + more: http://go.nasa.gov/2HmUp12
    13 hours ago 9
    I think NASA is putting animations just to keep flatards crazy 😜
    40 minutes ago 1
    Joshua is a typically brainwashed hillbilly. I feel sorry for his children.
    38 minutes ago 1
    I bet Joshua has never left his town let alone flown on an aeroplane anywhere 🙄
    3 hours ago
    No they are pushing space to keep you a sheep
    3 hours ago
    Joshua Brown what is it you’re after exactly?
    51 minutes ago
    Joshua Brown can you prove anything you claim, or are you just trolling to be edgy?
    8 hours ago 4
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    6 hours ago 4
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    1 hour ago 1
    Paul Nasalies Thomas
    Thinks hes woke, doesnt realize hes in a coma
    1 hour ago 1
    Nathan Watson
    State fed sheep
    1 hour ago
    He couldn't even line it up right
    😂🤣😂🤣😂
    4 hours ago 3
    For those people who are saying that NASA is fake prove it, and there are a lot of evidence showing that NASA is real. But you choose to ignore the fact because it doesn’t fit in your narrow-minded
    2 hours ago 2
    Joshua Brown the irony of someone calling people sheep then showing he worships a being who considers him a sheep. Or, is the Lord not your shepard?
    3 hours ago 2
    Ignore the moronic trolls.
    3 hours ago 1
    Not one real picture of earth yet you prove they are real show me a real time un edited picture of earth
    2 hours ago 1
    Joshua Brown gods dear. I’d rather like to think they’d like us to better ourselves instead of living in the dark ages and in fear of them. (Yes them not he).
    3 hours ago 1
    It’s still nonsense because you still won’t believe in us
    3 hours ago 1
    How can they even make a fake picture of the earth if they haven’t seen the earth?
    3 hours ago 1
    Gabb Pangilinan artist lol they can make anything they want little lost sheep with all there awesome satellites they should have a live real time image of earth they don’t and every video they put out is a cartoon and you never see a rocket launch from space the iss or iss view of earth at night is the fakest thing I’ve ever watched iam a pilot and you can’t see cities thru clouds at night it’s total bs
    3 hours ago
    Why don’t you go to ISS hahahaha lol
    3 hours ago
    Laugh now it won’t be funny when God comes back on judgement day every knee will bow and every tongue will confess
    1 hour ago
    If NASA is real,why are you still wondering and fighting
    4 hours ago 2
    Hi I am so happy to say that I see the ISS right now outside of my house one of the brightest thing in space.
    1 hour ago
    Traveling at 17k mph lol
    Yea ok
    45 minutes ago
    James R. Hurder
    Can you critical think for yourself? Do you still believe in the easter bunny too?!!!!
    33 minutes ago
    D.S. Greene you do realise it can be observed... people do it all the time...
    45 minutes ago
    D.S. Greene you can see it yourself if you know where to look, flatEarthfucktard.
    52 minutes ago
    D.S. Greene can you prove otherwise? No, you can't. Sit down, denier.
    13 hours ago 1
    it's so cool to be astronaut because they find the magic of space but how to be one Nasa knowing i studiyed finance and i have invested all i own on you waiting for positive cashflows haha.. love you!
    11 hours ago 1
    You can’t invest in them, taxpayers are forced to pay. Their scientists are so smart, they rely on others to have jobs to have money. They’re bums
    12 hours ago 1
    Ummmm NASA isn't an entity that you can invest in......try again, Skippy
    2 hours ago 1
    Jon Lenix everyone with a job relies on others to have money. Your statement is asinine.
    2 hours ago
    شعيب مكروم I doubt you have any skills I would be willing to pay for
    11 hours ago
    sacred taxpayers..! 😀 but i like scientists i think i will invest love in the end only love counts... no? Yeah...
    10 hours ago
    Lenix is so edgy
    2 hours ago
    James R. Hurder can i rely on you to have a job? 😀
    2 hours ago
    I don't pretend i have a lot but i just seek your help... dont take it as charity but as help hh
    1 hour ago 1
    Beautiful state of the art cgi lol
    37 minutes ago
    er yes this is an advert 🙄
    1 hour ago
    PROTECT?!!! don't be absurd!!!
    The pollutants are different, and the contamination of our environment is as bad as it has ever been. Instead of pumping hydrocarbons into the air, we are dumping them into our oceans and killing off a major source of food for the planet. A great majority of sheeple can not understand that plastic is derived from petroleum.
    20 minutes ago
    pretty sure NASA do their part when it comes to looking at the science of climate change  the biggest supplier of plastic The food companies and requests for packaging
    5 hours ago
    NASA To say that life after death is impossible This is for us This is not impossible With who created something from nothing Since he created nothing from nothing He controls everything He does everything he wants
    2 hours ago 1
    Ya no. Prove "He" exists, then we can talk about what he has or hasn't done. Also, not sure NASA even cares if there is an afterlife. Could you provide a source where NASA says there is no life after death? Or, did you make a strawman to attack?
    1 hour ago 1
    NASA says nothing of the sort. To claim that is what they say is a lie, and I thought that was forbidden?
    49 minutes ago
    When the evidence is valid Vision in the dream It becomes an important question What happens to a person when he sleeps? And the one who brings it out with mysteries Expression of details events in the future For it is not the sleeper who is understanding Vision But Interpreters' skills I understand In one group I said who explained his vision Checked a lot of comments Yeah I told me Tell me details of future events دA few days limit
    1 hour ago
    This can be done with ease When pursuing the talented interpreters Understanding Vision in the dream An expression of details of events in the future It Much of the vision has been achieved I could confirm the authenticity If people help in their daughters People People do not accept Because the world is not safe Many talented interpreters appear on TV in the Arab world
    59 minutes ago
    Of course do not understand sounds trivial It is our ignorance and neglect of a great truth
    48 minutes ago
    I can say you are ignorant of this
    53 minutes ago
    A lot of idiots spouting nonsense appear on tv in the Arab world, same as anywhere else in the world.
    1 hour ago
    It is ironic that despite all the P.R. propaganda in the airwaves and interwebs, . .San Francisco actually does not recycle 100% of its wastes.
    It is more like 20 to 30 percent, the rest either goes to a landfill, or temporary dumping site for "processing" at some future date, for export to Asia where the actual infrastructure exists to change American garbage, into Asian profits .
    22 minutes ago
    yeah you Americans like to think only with your wallets personally I'd be working with any country capable of recycling on a mass scale
    4 hours ago
    Great.... having so much of tracking satellite i wounder how this satellites failed to find MH370 Malaysian flight
    18 minutes ago
    pretty easy when it's 5 miles underwater in an area we know less about than space  satellites can't see under water 🙄 it's easier to build things to survive in a vacuum than it is to build things that can't be crushed
  • 15 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Weekend Tip: Make plans to get outside and catch the Lyrid meteors, which peak early Sunday morning! Known for their fast and bright meteors, the Lyrids have been observed for 2,700 years. They are best viewed before dawn and away from city lights. Lie flat on your back with your feet facing east and look up. Get more viewing tips: http://go.nasa.gov/2HEYmSk
    14 hours ago 3
    Do you know the most interesting thing about meteor showers? Well, think of it like this...a big group of school children are standing in the dark at the edge of the subway platform leaning out and a big subway train comes screaming by just centimeters from their curious heads in the dark, their hair whip in the wind and they all feel exhilarated not realizing they just missed something huge again barreling by in the darkness...little pieces of it flaming in the upper atmosphere, a few maybe even reaching the ground. Oooh, Ahhhh, How cool. Wonder when the period is going to coincide? The dinosaurs found out 65 million years ago. 🙂
    12 hours ago 4
    Not any time soon.....all known large Objects are projected out 350 years....we good.
    9 hours ago 3
    On an astronomical scale we're hugging the Sun. Doesn't mean were in any danger from it.
    9 hours ago 2
    Your analogy would be more accurate if the train were 75 miles away.
    12 hours ago 1
    Michael Davis In astronomical terms we have no time at all.
    14 hours ago 1
    Haunted. Stepping back to view the train if it passes again. First time around was intoxicating.
    13 hours ago
    Warren Emerson Once more into the breach, dear friends, once more....
    4 hours ago
    Then his big brother gl four comes tonight to start the really big shew for tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow...
    9 hours ago
    Mel Quin 🙂 On the astronomical scale it is brushing against our hair as we lean out to listen to it pass the station....
    5 hours ago
    Asteroid 2018 ge3 was only a day old like most of the potentially hazardous objects this week,and bigger than comet 2016 ba14.....that are both shortly coming back on track
    15 hours ago 2
    It’s 2am where I am. Cloud cover permitting would now be a good time to observe this event?
    4 hours ago 1
    Sundays have mornings?!
    Well even if I were in a place to see it, I'd have missed it.
    13 hours ago 1
    Right near Vega on my star tracker💫⭐️
    30 minutes ago
    The wobbler I live Vega
    14 hours ago 1
    Honest question: why does angling your feet east matter?
    13 hours ago 4
    Honest answer: it doesn't matter. Nor does the location of the radiant. Just look up and scan around the sky. The meteors can appear anywhere. All the radiant tells us us which direction the meteors will be traveling from, but says nothing about where they'll actually be seen.
    5 hours ago
    The radiant is in that direction.
    4 hours ago
    If you are in the south the gripp skjellerup are in that direction.
    15 hours ago 1
    Can you see me Nasa where i am now.. haha.. i believe you do somehow.. but i am not worried because i feel i am in good hands..
    7 hours ago
    Waited all nights and saw just 2 meteors 😔😒
    4 minutes ago
    STREATCHING THE BOUNDRIES OF OUR HUMAN SPIRIT!!
    15 hours ago
    It all depends on Boston weather tomorrow.
    4 hours ago
    All aboard asteroid 2016 JP heading for the lady of justice.
  • 17 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    DYK the same interference that causes static on a radio also affects data collected by Earth-observing satellites? As a result, we're taking steps to protect future mission critical data by launching a tiny instrument with BIG benefits. Get the details: http://go.nasa.gov/2HEJmUk
    16 hours ago 2
    I'm wondering when I'm walking or driving around in and out of multiple wi-fi signals, getting bombarded by a random solar flare that sneaked through our planet's natural defenses, followed by a temporary electromagnetic disturbance of our planet....oh well, here we are, I'm still alive and so are you if you're reading this post. 🙂
    16 hours ago 1
    It takes much less than that to disrupt a wifi signal. Cement works just fine.
    15 hours ago
    Not me. I'm dead. A solar flare snuck into my room last night and kilt me. Got past my natural defenses.
    16 hours ago 2
    FAKE NASA LOL NASA is thinking by switching to Geico they could save money to go back to the Moon after almost 50 years hahahaha
    11 hours ago 4
    Salami man back at it with screeching ignorant propaganda from the cult of flerf.
    12 hours ago 3
    Mike Amin Salimi you have yet to realize what delusional is. Look in the mirror, Skippy
    15 hours ago 3
    Incorrect.....this has been known since RF broadcasts began....lol
    14 hours ago 1
    Fake Mike at it again.
    7 minutes ago
    This comment 😅
    14 hours ago
    Chris Burtt I am not fake I just realize what fake is and one day you might be able to do that to
    15 hours ago 1
    2 twisted pipes wrapped around each other, in a perfect circle filled with battery fluid and 1 negative charge and the other 1 is positive, wrapped like how DNA looks but in a perfect circle, ok?  make that set up least 100 times, very small ones, with a magnetic pole that runs threw them all not touching the (circle dna) with a magnet coating the outside of the pole, and the inside of the pole is solid and is also twisted like dna but a (straight lined dna) threw the (circle dna) with the best conductor medals mixed with gold n such,
    with all in like a hot water tank looking thing all full of battery fluid, with the pole sticking out of the tank charging it with negative and positive energy, what would happen inside of it?
    10 hours ago
    You would get a dead short
    12 hours ago
    Nothing can be "how DNA looks" and also be "a perfect circle." Epic Fail...of some sort.
    13 hours ago
    I do not understand what you are trying to do.
    3 hours ago
    คื้นสันยาน
    13 hours ago
    if only we can decode those static interference and white noise background, there we will know what they are truly.. its some sort of a communication language. Even in every noise taken from high RES cameras has something in there, figures. We are not alone even in our own world -Earth.
    10 hours ago
    it is YET to be studied.
    9 minutes ago
    Its yet to be studied. Again nope
    10 hours ago
    Er.........no
    10 hours ago
    According to whom exactly?
    9 hours ago
    We have countless frequency that can move in its own space and will not interfere with other frequency moving in their own space . Later there is a device that switch any frequency automaticly to avoid hacking and getting into the nooks and cranny of your neck of the wood virtual reality and due to its AI superlative stractrurisation programasation in a degree that is cannot understood by any amateur or professional that are not in that circle of psyche state of level where this form of brain wave exist .
    9 hours ago
    Did you use predictive text to write that?
    16 hours ago
    So it is filtering and not eliminating interferences, right?
    14 hours ago 3
    By filtering the interfering signals they are eliminating their effects on the instruments.
    15 hours ago 1
    Well.....in a sense. Ever see the dongle on some electronic devices ? They are intended to filter/eliminate a specific content.
    15 hours ago 1
    The only way to eliminate the interference would be if the satellite contained a high energy laser to vaporize all those cell towers, microwave repeaters, satellite communications facilities, etc. generating it 😉 And if anyone actually read the post, they'd read that it filters it: "This technology can be added to radiometers to help them both detect and filter any RFI the satellite encounters in real-time from space."
    15 hours ago 1
    Filtering means eliminating. What do you think it means, coloring?
    13 hours ago 1
    A simple LC circuit will eliminate a given frequency.
    15 hours ago
    There are other shielding means to prevent some types of interference....
    10 hours ago
    Lasers lol
    16 hours ago
    Ngl it took me 5 whole seconds to figure out DYK 😂😂
    15 hours ago
    Maybe we should use 1969 technology
    9 hours ago
    You go do that then. The rest of us will stick with current day technology!
    12 hours ago
    Why?
    12 hours ago
    Fake
    10 minutes ago
    Twit
    10 hours ago
    Real
  • 18 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Want to celebrate #EarthDay with the perfect GIF? In your device’s GIF keyboard, type ‘nasagif’ + ‘earth’ to see our collection of Earth GIFs! Try it on mobile or check out all our GIFs on GIPHY: https://giphy.com/nasa
    17 hours ago 14
    I find hilarious that theirs thousands pics of earth but no ice wall or edge wonder why 😉
    13 hours ago 10
    Nertil Nertil wrong. You've been shown where to find pictures taken I the 50s, 60s, and 70s long before your fallback excuse "CGI" was a thing.
    15 hours ago 2
    There are no photographs of the Earth from a distance. It does not exist. Only graphic representations.
    11 hours ago 2
    It's called CGI and the stamp tool when you copy paste the same clouds over your cgi image. And when you are caught you admit yes it is photoshoped so now you have to put GRAPIC COMPOSITION in all the cgi cartoons 😀. You are pathetic James. But someone SMART is going to see this thread and will decide they are going to look in on everything I said to see if there is any truth to it. Once they realise I am telling the truth... once they see it, they can't unsee it.
    12 hours ago 1
    They were photo realistic paintings James. If you need the NASA whistle blowers videos and source evidence on this FACT....
    12 hours ago 1
    Nertil Nertil then why has no one proven a single CGI fake?
    14 hours ago 1
    1000 pictures no one real all CGI
    15 hours ago
    Jesse I'm sure you're sure you've seen it somewhere before. If you belive you have seen a photograph of the Earth from a distance, post the link here for all to see. Happy hunting 👋.
    14 hours ago
    Abi stop man that's too funny 😂😂
    12 hours ago
    Abi Warren that's not fact. That's a cherry picked cult site. The real "fact" is that it is easy to analyze a picture and both camera manufacturers and NASA provide it with their images. It's called a raw file.
    17 hours ago 4
    So after wasting billions and billions of dollars and instead of telling about any new discovery u pple just distributing free Gifs ?
    17 hours ago 13
    Only wasted money apparent here was on your education, M...assuming you had one.
    17 hours ago 9
    What? :/
    16 hours ago 7
    Was it your countries money? Yours? What has Pakistan discovered?
    17 hours ago 6
    Your parents shoulda wasted some money in birth control...
    16 hours ago 3
    If you wanna complain about wasted money look at the military
    5 hours ago 1
    no. after getting BILLIONS in RETURN on investment.. some free gifs to brag about how POOR WERE FED by NASA tech.. FARMERS got rich from crop reports from space, by following weather reports from space.. the list of PAYMENTS FROM NASA tech FAR Exceeed the tiny amount of tax dollars spent in investments
    16 hours ago 1
    You live in Pakistan.
    16 hours ago 1
    Did America not just pay 800000 Million Dollers to Nuke 3 Buildings in Syria? Like WTF xD Well spend Money on NASA. I would pay for it.
    15 hours ago 1
    Blockmeat detected; Trolldar at maximum.
    7 hours ago
    Florian Bergner they didn't nuke any buildings.
    15 hours ago 3
    How many morons can I block today?
    50 minutes ago
    I'm over 200 so far they're a plague
    2 hours ago
    Go block yourself 🖕🏿
    13 hours ago 1
    earth day, moon day, mars day....just STOP this naming
    12 hours ago
    No.....not your business.
    5 hours ago
    Every day is earth day, why 1 in year
    10 hours ago
    Butthurt day...
    17 hours ago 1
    The world is actually upside down. You put North America and Europe on top to perpetuate the idea of your global superiority. This isn't accurate. If you were at the top, you wouldn't have snow every winter.
    14 hours ago 9
    It is utterly arbitrary which is up and which is down when you are looking at the earth from space. North and South are just place holder words, we could have just as easily called them the chicken and beef poles and it would serve the same purpose. You seeing this as some Euro-American power-play to make it seem like they are superior only goes to show that you personally feel that they are in some arbitrary way superior or it wouldn't matter to you which was displayed. It literally doesn't make any kind of a difference in actuality only in your mind.
    16 hours ago 4
    You made a ridiculous statement to perpetuate your insecurity of being in the southern hemisphere
    13 hours ago 3
    So I live in Yukon , Canada.. is that the beef hemisphere or the chicken hemisphere ?
    Just wondering for future reference..
    15 hours ago 2
    This may be the dumbest thing I have heard all year.
    13 hours ago 2
    Malcolm C Bowdring Well, the Yukon would be in the potato hemisphere.
    17 hours ago 1
    It's actually sideways...
    5 hours ago
    people on the equator say you folks are all sideways..
    14 hours ago
    Well put Grace Shamess.
    17 hours ago
    17 hours ago
    juego de ender 11 anos ya en el espacio desperdico en santo domingo alopos 13 graduado completo y no puedo comer pero manejo las armas virtuales y la produsco el arpnet que aparece en la pelicula lotengop en el cerebro desde 13 anos
    15 hours ago 1
    No se entiende nada tú comentario
    7 hours ago
    Why Do YOU even bother, because your telephone does Not “ Connect “ to NASA at all. Mine Do Not???
    5 hours ago 1
    u make no sense... wow
    7 hours ago
    This is only a computer- answerphone, YOU Call, They Do Not answer “ message at all!! They are in their own tiny “ World”.
    56 minutes ago
    And why would they use resources to call you back, exactly?
    6 hours ago
    I’m celebrating #FlatEarthDay you non believers!
    2 hours ago
    So you like fiction. There are better fantasy stories than the flerf lie. Celebrate one of those.
    10 hours ago
    But Most of the powerful countries want to destroy this pretty world. if they leave fighting if they compromise with each other, this world will be safe.
    7 hours ago 1
    Don't exaggerate. Nothing mankind could do would destroy the Earth. Make it uninhabitable for us, maybe. Dump the negativity and act positively.
  • 19 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    How do mangroves and rainforests grow and evolve over time? How do the devastating effects of massive storms impact these ecosystems? Our researchers are flying over the Everglades and Puerto Rico seeking these answers: http://go.nasa.gov/2HEnKb0
    Timeline Photos
    18 hours ago 4
    It would be most beneficial if you could adapt high res infrared to locate the signatures of invasive species, like the pythons, that threaten the entire ecosystem of the glades.
    18 hours ago 2
    Would infrared work on reptiles?
    7 hours ago 1
    The big question would be how you would distinguish all the signatures you would detect.
    10 hours ago 1
    Mike Mahn infrared would likely be of little use to a cold blooded reptile that receives warmth from the sun itself...
    9 hours ago 1
    Infrared might be useful. We tend to associate its use with heat, but it's first and foremost a wavelength of light we cannot see. It's quite useful to see cold cloudtops from a NOAA satellite.
    Thermal imaging is a different use of infrared. It's not looking at the light, it's using IR to measure temperature and display it graphically.
    17 hours ago
    Kent Reynolds NASA is very imaginative, and many of their developments have commercial and practical application.
    10 minutes ago
    Ian Pearse . Agree. That's where the brilliance and ingenuity of NASA's science team could innovate to find the unique signature of various species. Might need a new generation drones.
    11 hours ago
    Even if this were possible (on that scale), what would they do then? They found thousands of pythons across the glades. Do they GPS mark them and send you off with a machete? 😛
    18 hours ago
    ...like a DNA scanner? The police would love that.
    17 hours ago 3
    Sadly the science deniers will just brush this off as a hoax, because they don't think forests are real.
    54 minutes ago
    Everyone who's ever been near a forest knows it's impossible to see the whole forest like that. Somehow there are always TONS of trees in the way, blocking the view! What are you hiding, NASA?
    7 hours ago
    "Why is politics so polarized, why don't people talk anymore! How do we solve these troubling and problematic issues!!!11"  "Say the other side doesn't believe in forests!" *two years later * Reporter: today is the second anniversary of reconciliation day, when a fb user by the name of Anthony Murphy had the genius insight to apply a false equivalency on a group of people, that forests don't exist and the world united under his banner. Today we honor this man and immortalize him forever in our history and culture. A beacon of light forever shining.
    18 hours ago 1
    Who cares show me an alien.
    18 hours ago 3
    👽
    17 hours ago
    We've made contact!!
    15 hours ago
    Plenty in California
    16 hours ago
    Very disturbing!! Haven’t been to Flamingo for several years, how is it recovering from Wilma?
    19 hours ago
    This world is full of secrets & miracles. But they need good observers.
    4 hours ago
    Nasa 01968869318
    18 hours ago
    Is that why the camels were swimming in the ocean?
    3 hours ago
    Flying in a plane that creates air pollution? 🤔
    6 hours ago
    Explanation. It came to you in a dream. He-Man, Ja-Man, and Spider-Man totally missed it. For generally real references; Your Foreman; The Ice Cream Man; And The Candyman. Oh, and like like it even matters, because it matters, isn't even a thing. It's virtually impossible, that's a thing.
    15 hours ago
    2 twisted pipes wrapped around each other, in a perfect circle filled with battery fluid and 1 negative charge and the other 1 is positive, wrapped like how DNA looks but in a perfect circle, ok?  make that set up least 100 times, very small ones, with a magnetic pole that runs threw them all not touching the (circle dna) with a magnet coating the outside of the pole, and the inside of the pole is solid and is also twisted like dna but a (straight lined dna) threw the (circle dna) with the best conductor medals mixed with gold n such,
    with all in like a hot water tank looking thing all full of battery fluid, with the pole sticking out of the tank charging it with negative and positive energy, what would happen inside of it?
  • 20 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Self-driving cars are all the rage, but this #EarthDay we want to talk about how farmers have already been making good use of self-driving tractors for more than a decade. In part due to a partnership between John Deere and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory on GPS receivers, this smart technology is enabling tractors to steer with precision, cutting down on water and fertilizer waste. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/2HESPLu
    19 hours ago 4
    More job killing technology
    19 hours ago 9
    So should we halt all progress because people can’t adapt?
    19 hours ago 8
    Yeah! We should get rid of those pesky tractors and bring back horses too!
    19 hours ago 3
    Farming has a thin profit line.
    The more the better.
    19 hours ago 2
    New jobs made as technicians. Just need to throttle back the population growth.
    19 hours ago 2
    Dave O'Meara do you agree that all these folks that think farmers should stay in the past should have to work on a farm for a year and see if that might change their minds?
    19 hours ago 2
    And technology create also new jobs
    18 hours ago
    We should also bring back lamplighters and bootblacks.
    19 hours ago
    Martin Gaudreau That is true gps guidance works good in tractors, makes for nice straight cornrows, but I don't think they should introduce it to public roadways, it's already got one woman killed by the uber car and that is one to many that's just one that i know of, technology is way more predictable than people they don't don't mix well sharing public roadways.
    19 hours ago
    Good for them!
    19 hours ago
    Bob Amey you have that right.
    19 hours ago 3
    most tractors we have here on the large farms are gps, but there is a person in the driver seat also. the small farmers are still trying to scrape a living off the farm with the old fashioned equipment, all you folks that think technology on the farm should spend 6 months on the farm and see what you think. 🤔
    50 minutes ago
    5th generation farmer here, farming less than 500 acres. GPS has helped our small operation tremendously. Yeah our equipment isn't all spectacular, but, you have to adapt and learn to survive. Our 1982 4640 JD even has autosteer now from "obsolete" systems and it works like a charm
    20 hours ago 2
    Never watered from a tractor before.
    20 hours ago
    Seen a guy down in Elmira make organic hydro corn with a water canon.
    11 hours ago 1
    Let's just help robots take EVERY job..:(
    7 hours ago 1
    Absolutely.
    19 hours ago 1
    Interestellar
    5 hours ago
    This is both cool and somewhat furturistically scary.
    53 minutes ago
    So having perfect rows and reducing farmer fatigue (which harms and kills farmers and people) is scary?
    18 hours ago
    Therefore if a tree was on the field, the self-guidance tractors which were not using the NASA's JPL's software would have suffered the destruction.
    15 hours ago
    That's cool and all but self driving combine harvesters can't not sound like a premise for a horror movie.
    2 hours ago
    Happy Earth Day
    15 hours ago
    2 twisted pipes wrapped around each other, in a perfect circle filled with battery fluid and 1 negative charge and the other 1 is positive, wrapped like how DNA looks but in a perfect circle, ok?  make that set up least 100 times, very small ones, with a magnetic pole that runs threw them all not touching the (circle dna) with a magnet coating the outside of the pole, and the inside of the pole is solid and is also twisted like dna but a (straight lined dna) threw the (circle dna) with the best conductor medals mixed with gold n such,
    with all in like a hot water tank looking thing all full of battery fluid, with the pole sticking out of the tank charging it with negative and positive energy, what would happen inside of it?
  • 21 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Looking for ways to celebrate #EarthDay? Join one of our events online or in-person! See the full list of activities here and use #NASA4Earth to join the conversation on social media: http://go.nasa.gov/2HC1O09
    Timeline Photos
    21 hours ago 5
    DO NOT LET YOUR NEW DIRECTOR DO TO NASA WHAT PRUITT DID TO THE EPA. Thank you.
    21 hours ago
    What MAGA?
    18 hours ago
    Sorry.....but you really need to chillax
    18 hours ago
    America at large needs to chillax. Every Republican in this country needs to smoke a joint the size of a bratwurst.
    12 hours ago 1
    The new NASA director has an MBA degree from Cornell and Rice Universities. He's qualified to run Wal-Mart but I doubt very seriously he could understand plasma generation from the heatshield of an incoming retrievable shuttle.
    7 hours ago
    Why does he need to? He is an administrator, he has scientists to do that sort of thing.
    21 hours ago 1
    I'm busy. See you tomorrow. God Bless NASA:)
    21 hours ago 1
    Congrats on the great new director NASA!
    1 hour ago
    I thought you worshipped the false owl idol instead of accepting science?
    17 hours ago
    Because they are all corrupt.
    11 hours ago
    The purpose of this is : UNITY LIBERTY AND CHARITY THAT EVEN ON THE DARK AGE THERE WAS ALREADY THE MOTHER ENERGY. WHERE BIO COSMIC ENERGY WAS BORN AND FORMED THE WHOLE UNIVERSE INCLUDING EARTH....BY DARWIN BAL.
    8 hours ago
    Rubbish
    3 hours ago
    Notice no pics from space say photograph...all day “images.” 🤔
    1 hour ago
    Photos are images...
    21 hours ago
    Incoming asteroid 2018 GR1 Wayne Gretzky is incoming
    21 hours ago
    Looks to be three score.
    20 hours ago
    Flying Vehicles and new innovation should be the key
    20 hours ago 1
    We already have flying vehicles. Planes, helicopters, autogyros...
    20 hours ago
    As well ? The moon falls and destroys the planet as it will in Uranus in the fall of the moon Miranda.
    19 hours ago
    The moon is actually slowly getting further away. When its orbit eventually decays the moon will drift away, not fall to Earth.  EDIT: minor spelling corrections.
    19 hours ago
    Caleb Jennings The gravitational spot of Jupiter, means the fall of a moon on Jupiter, the same can occur on Earth.
    15 hours ago
    2 twisted pipes wrapped around each other, in a perfect circle filled with battery fluid and 1 negative charge and the other 1 is positive, wrapped like how DNA looks but in a perfect circle, ok?  make that set up least 100 times, very small ones, with a magnetic pole that runs threw them all not touching the (circle dna) with a magnet coating the outside of the pole, and the inside of the pole is solid and is also twisted like dna but a (straight lined dna) threw the (circle dna) with the best conductor medals mixed with gold n such,
    with all in like a hot water tank looking thing all full of battery fluid, with the pole sticking out of the tank charging it with negative and positive energy, what would happen inside of it?
  • 22 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    NASA Sun Science's Solar Dynamics Observatory watched an active region on the Sun — an area with intense, complex magnetic activity — rotate into view on April 18-19, seen here in extreme ultraviolet light. Check it out: http://go.nasa.gov/2HhwsZe
    22 hours ago 6
    Fake .. and people's becomes fool
    22 hours ago 14
    only the saddest trolls `like` their own posts
    22 hours ago 8
    your logic is medieval ,like your religion
    22 hours ago 6
    No proof, and not even proper English. Yeah, that's going to prove your case, Awais.
    17 hours ago 5
    Kevin A. Lyons I think I can use this line everytime I check my bank balance after a night out. Just yell FAKE and everything will go away.
    19 hours ago 3
    The sun is fake?
    21 hours ago 3
    Ah Awais is back, and still just writing lies. How about you just hide under your rock again Awais?
    21 hours ago 1
    Were your parents related to each other by chance?
    21 hours ago 1
    Says the guy whi asked nasa when they are gonna proof aliens exist😂😂😂😂
    21 hours ago 1
    I usually read more fun trolls, this is very poor.
    16 hours ago
    You re a big fool
    21 hours ago 5
    I'll finished my PhD
    In moon...
    Hahhha
    Lol
    21 hours ago 1
    Congratulations from the heart
    21 hours ago
    What is the subject of research
    21 hours ago
    Thanks a million
    22 hours ago 3
    All these spotless days are getting to me.
    Thank you AR-2706. 🙂
    22 hours ago 1
    I feel your pain, spent about 4 hours watching a couple of days ago (white light filter) blank apart from tiny sunspot which only lasted about an hour.
    16 hours ago
    The spots are dead pixels, the LEDs all get replaced as part of the 11-year maintenance cycle.
    21 hours ago 2
    Upon all , the beings living there dont feel the heat, in their cool enverioment they go about their duties , while ninety millions miles away man is complaining . It is said "in my Fathers house there are many mansions".but in his little thinking he claim to be the only one in existence .
    19 hours ago 5
    ...but they only come out in the evening, when it cools, and they walk along the promenade, arm in arm, saying, “How do you do?” and “How do you do?” and inviting each other to sangria. Right, Nsikan? You tell ‘em!
    18 hours ago 3
    On holidays, they don't stay at a bed & breakfast, they stay inside the core of a nuclear reactor.
    21 hours ago 1
    There are beings on the sun?😂😂😂
    10 hours ago 1
    I love these Facebook profiles where people claim to have "studied at UCLA", yet you just know they've never set foot outside of their own country"....Nsikan is one of those people. A fraud.
    18 hours ago
    blocked
    21 hours ago
    Yea
    22 hours ago 2
    Glad we're 90 million miles away from that monster storm!
    21 hours ago 9
    Anees Kalmati yes we are sure, and have been since ancient Greece. Maybe you need to stop swallowing what the FE cult tells you and look for yourself.
    21 hours ago 6
    Anees Kalmati its called oberservation, calculation, check, double check, fact.
    Math it works.
    20 hours ago 1
    Imbécil 🐒
    16 hours ago 1
    Hey, el tarado de Francisco esta de regreso.
    21 hours ago
    90 millions miles r u sure? and we can see from 9 millions miles lol . They say anything and u believe.
    22 hours ago 1
    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, How fast does the sun spin?
    How do we keep track with which part of the sun is facing us?
    21 hours ago 3
    That's one of the purposes of probes like ACE, Galileo, and Cassini--to measure the rotation of the object by observing the magnetic field of the Sun, Jupiter, and Saturn. It's more precise than observing the features of a non-solid surface. The SDO, if I remember correctly, also has magnetic instruments, but it's within Earth's magnetic field. I'm not sure if it could take an accurate magnetometer reading of solar rotation from its orbit, and I'm less familiar with its capability.
    For those with access to ScienceDirect, here's a detailed journal article on how the ACE probe did this.
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0032063311001929
    21 hours ago 3
    I did this as an exercise at uni. We were given sunspot data over a few years. The sunspots are at the surface, fixed as the magnetic field lines get twisted and you get a loop that comes through the sun's surface. One spot is a north pole and the other the south. They can last for days before disappearing. You can see one in the video at the limb with plasma flowing along the magnetic field. At different times in the sun's cycle they appear at different latitudes. The pattern they form is called a butterfly diagram. I can't post a link because nasa blocks those as spam. Early in the solar cycle they form at high latitudes, about 30 degrees north and south of the equator. As the cycle progresses they form closer and closer to the equator. They only give clues as to the speed of the surface, there's a lot of movement deeper inside the sun because of the heat being generated.
    22 hours ago 2
    The gas giants have rotations that vary with latitude too. It's usually specified 'at the equator' or 'average rotation' when talking about them.
    22 hours ago 2
    Rotational period of the Sun is 24 days.
    22 hours ago 2
    Rotation can be measured by following sunspots over a few days. The sun is made of plasma though, so the rotation rate varies with latitude.
    18 hours ago 1
    Bonnie Beaulieu how in the world did you make it to that ripe old age and NOT know that the sun isn't a ball of fire? Nuclear fusion reaction....hydrogen....under massive pressure....fusing into helium n heavier elements.
    22 hours ago
    We calculate the earth's rotation by days around the Sun, am I correct? Then the theory is the Sun is a stationary object, but a ball of fire, so what fuels that ball of fire? Maybe an opening in the Universe? This is just a theory!!!
    22 hours ago
    Ian Pearse, that's why I asked Nasa...
    It is 24 days, but that is at the equator. It takes 35 days at its poles.  I'm mainly interested in the latter part of my question. Thanks, though.
    22 hours ago
    Helen Norton, and this is where I wonder how accurate following sun spots is... I do understand that is the supposed method for tracking, but wouldn't the sunspots move at different speeds? Do those sun spots create magnetic fields all around themselves? Would that impact the speed at which they travel?
    Being that the core is over 400,000 miles away from the surface, I was just wondering how reliable tracking the surface spots would be.'
    21 hours ago
    Bonnie Beaulieu we measure the earth's year relative to the sun. It gives us a reference point, just like you can measure the speed of a vehicle relative to yours even if you're moving. Nobody believes it's stationary. The sun is a ball of plasma, which is a gas that has an electrical charge. It's powered by hydrogen fusing into helium in its core. It's the same process that powers a hydrogen bomb.
    20 hours ago
    When will NASA go on a trip to the Sun?
    18 hours ago 4
    Parker Solar Probe is to launch this summer.
    14 hours ago 1
    I can’t wait to see the pictures it sends back! 🌞
    2 hours ago
    Sean Wesp-O'Daniel you're obsessed with making comments you can't support with evidence it seems.
    1 hour ago
    Sean Wesp-O'Daniel this isn’t CGI
    10 hours ago
    When did we discover that the Sun also revolves around it's own axis?
    9 hours ago 1
    It doesn't. It rotates around it's axis. It revolves around a point called the barycenter.
    1 hour ago
    When NASA would be capable to create wormholes or able to take pictures of blackholes or publish the map of our own milky way?
    1 hour ago
    Warm holes? Lol it’s wormholes
    1 hour ago
    My luck , it was typo mistake
    1 hour ago
    Mi amor ahora te explicas porque se siente tanto calor por las olas de calor Alexa Wilde
    54 minutes ago
    Que feo 😣😮
  • 23 hours ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Two small spacecraft with big potential are hitching a ride aboard our NASA InSight mission next month to test a first-of-its-kind technology demonstration: near-real-time communication between Earth and Mars using CubeSats. Watch and learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2K57kqy
    NASA 360
    23 hours ago 5
    No they aren't! Nice CGI control room NASA!
    23 hours ago 5
    how sad is someone who trolls a FB site all day ......
    23 hours ago 5
    Uh... You realize this video is literally just a demonstration, done in a super-simple animation style, in After Effects?
    Nobody is pretending this is a video footage. [And to think I thought OUR education system was laughable.]
    23 hours ago 5
    O just shut it
    23 hours ago 4
    What's a CGI control room? Are you saying the room is CGI or that it's a room that controls CGI? Be coherent and specific.
    23 hours ago
    Who's trolling who?
    23 hours ago
    Mike Digrandi no...it's not....just repulsive....so why did you?
    23 hours ago
    Michael Davis, Stolen valor is a crime.  You are fake news.
    23 hours ago
    Mel Quin, read it again but slowly... Maybe don't start drinking so early in the day, to keep your cognition sharp.
    23 hours ago
    Beahahahaha CGI is easy to detect and impossible to hide....proof?  #stolenvalor #cowardlyMarine
    23 hours ago
    Aram Roos, no thank you.
    23 hours ago 2
    I hope your new leadership doesn't ruin it, but this is interesting to say the least. Hooray science
    22 hours ago 2
    I am kind of naive when it comes to the inner workings of NASA, I will admit. If he has no impact on the actual functions they perform, then disregard this comment
    23 hours ago 1
    Mike Digrandi Maximus Clodius Dirtavious....Freemasonry isn't scientism. Try going to a lodge someday.
    23 hours ago 1
    He doesn't have the authority HE seems to think he has but he brandishes it any way.
    23 hours ago
    Michael Davis, Hooray for Freemasonic Scientism!
    23 hours ago
    How could he? He doesn't have the authority you seem to believe he has.
    13 hours ago 1
    Will the cubesats be in orbit around mars? Does the cubesats have thrusters for mars orbit injection?
    23 hours ago 1
    Bring out the ufo technology
    3 hours ago
    the moon is huge and near from earth. why do not nasa have a base to explore it and already do tests for the exploration of mars?
    So logical, or maybe human been never landed on moon because numbers never lie, the money to make a space station on the moon will be fraction compared to the money spent to set up a space station on Mars, not to mention the risks and time.
    16 hours ago
    What will happen to the main part of the space craft after "Insight" & the two MarCo cube sat`s are deployed?😎
    22 hours ago
    NASA is happening in reality Nature of other worlds Is the truth myths Are the only legend for us Someone called me like a voice my friend The phone call35 second You speak in a nutshell When you understand it, there is no room for doubt On the second day he went to see him in the dream Their relationship to the former is strong They study what has not happened yet God teaches them I'm not kidding I tell the truth
    22 hours ago 1
    ? Is all I can say.
    21 hours ago
    Um... well... okay then.
    22 hours ago
    The creatures speak with no doubt the most People have no explanation and do not understand
    16 hours ago
    Shahrazad Youssef , I'll put that down to poor command of the English language.
    21 hours ago
    Punctuation and words with correct lower case and upper case letters might help me.
    21 hours ago
    I’m not gonna is a semester for sure but it’s a super cool day and I’m going back into the summer with my kids to get my life done with the internship in my class and then you know how you to do your work for you and you can do that.
    21 hours ago
    I think I'll have caesar dressing with this salad
    17 hours ago
    Don't do drugs, sharizard.
    22 hours ago
    Love you NASA. But sometimes it feels that technology integration or purpose integration is willingly overlooked on missions. I am not a scientist but still think of missions fulfilling more than one objective. May be there are budget or technical constraints.
    18 hours ago
    Budget and time. InSight was delayed due to the desire to work on one of the sensors by two years. Adding more stuff will both increase the time it takes and increase the cost. Not to mention the risk. If it's lost, we don't want to lose every piece of equipment we've been working on.
    23 hours ago
    Finally!! Now to build a 360 spherical grid through out SOL. Super exited and proud to hear comms relays will finally be a thing. Hopefully a Martian Space Station next.
    4 hours ago
    ....and we on earth can’t even get a solid fast speed internet connection?
  • 1 day ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Discover how our efforts to grow sustainable plants in microgravity aboard the International Space Station are also nurturing budding minds here on Earth: http://go.nasa.gov/2HhcjCE
    Timeline Photos
    1 day ago 2
    Start the indoctrination young, that's the NASA way!
    1 day ago 9
    You spell wrong “education young” 🤓
    23 hours ago 6
    did someone fail biology and is mad?
    23 hours ago 4
    because I fail to see how to teaching someone about biology is indoctrination...
    1 day ago 4
    What's Mike Digrandi b*ching about now
    1 day ago 3
    23 hours ago 1
    Oh, look. Mike's back to spread some more ignorance. Yippy Skippy.....
    18 hours ago 1
    No, sr. That's what religion does.
    17 hours ago
    You’ve got no evidence mike. How long til you start erroneous personal attacks?
    23 hours ago
    Its only at the elder age people get brainwashed bc the think that they are mature enough to start thinking for their own. At least thats what they think.
    18 hours ago
    Explain meteor showers.
    19 hours ago 1
    I'm all for it! NASA is a great organization, and they are teaching our future generations about science.
    23 hours ago
    tehy show the marsian today on freetv - a few potatoes pure gold. tomatos to it and its diamond life when there is nothing on mars
    15 hours ago
    You and me, it's real
    1 day ago
    JIM BRIDENSTINE IS GOING TO GUT YOU. PACK YOUR BAGS.
    23 hours ago
    uhhh are you sure you wanted to post this to nasa?
    11 hours ago
    Uh oh. I think he's super cereal you guys...
    19 hours ago
    Fix your keyboard, Henry. The Caps Lock key is stuck.
    23 hours ago
    ICU
    21 hours ago
    OU812
    22 hours ago
    No questions bye
    17 hours ago
    I’m sorry to hear about your time in the hospital. Get well soon!
    17 hours ago
    I blame cyclists
    1 day ago
    I am vegeterian 🌿
    23 hours ago 2
    Plants are sentient too.....
    22 hours ago 2
    I am not a vegetarian. I used to be, but now I can haz cheeseburgerz
    23 hours ago
    never expected to play "spot the veggi" on nasas FB
    19 hours ago
    Hey thats the marine biologist girl with green eyes from class starting in 2017, nice seeing her again, all the best!
    12 hours ago
    Fake
    4 hours ago
    Indeed you are.
    22 hours ago
    Eighteen fireballs per day.
    21 hours ago
    Only fifteen today.
  • 1 day ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Weekend Tip: Make plans to get outside and catch the Lyrid meteors, which peak early Sunday morning! Known for their fast and bright meteors, the Lyrids have been observed for 2,700 years. They are best viewed before dawn and away from city lights. Lie flat on your back with your feet facing east and look up. Get more viewing tips: http://go.nasa.gov/2F58uOW
    1 day ago 3
    Surprised by the lack of Flatties...
    22 hours ago 2
    Let’s not encourage the wild animals.
    8 hours ago 1
    I may have gone on a flerfer hunting and reporting rampage. You're welcome 🙂
    16 hours ago
    They're probably busy trying to fabricate some fanciful theory to 'debunk' an orbital model that perfectly explains this annual meteor display, and tells us exactly when to expect it.
    9 hours ago
    They are also trying to figure out how the satellites fly and how we get space rock fragments......
    20 hours ago
    Their fad is losing steam, just let it die, do not mention them.
    53 minutes ago
    Chad Preece it's open season!
    1 day ago 3
    Don't lay on the ground in Australia, on your ute
    21 hours ago 3
    City lights. Does NASA know how hard it is for the urban dweller to get away from city lights and find a place to view the stars? We ought to have a No Lights Night so urban dwellers can see the stars too.
    1 day ago 2
    Wanted one giant laser to burn away the heavy cloud cover.
    1 day ago 1
    My daughter swears up and down she saw one last night. She said she saw something burn up in the sky with a fire tail
    23 hours ago
    The American Meteor Society usually has reports of large ones. You could try checking there and see if other people in the area saw something similar. NASA meteor watch also has a decent page.
    1 day ago 1
    Any one with an idea of what this is, I am not an astrologist, so I may use wrong terms, but as I was about to sleep ten minutes ago, I observed something that seemed like a star moving in circles in a fixed location though in my western direction at a bearing of approximately 30 degrees from Zambia.I am currently still seeing the supposed star.though its no longer as moving as it was. thought it was a meteor, but then discovered its movement were limited to a specific area..
    1 day ago 1
    the height at which its flying is too hight.its was seemingly at a hight of stars and we dont even have such activities of helicopters searching in the night here.not even in the day.thank you for attempting to help.
    1 hour ago
    NASA is propaganda for the elite cartel only 33rd degree masons and their oath of silence) the Scottish Rite) 😈😈😈📣📣📣
    8 hours ago
    It is very possible you saw a satellite. Some of them have odd orbits.
    15 hours ago
    I think you meant astronomer. And the object you saw was a drone operated by a sneaky teenager
    1 day ago
    Helicopter with a searchlight.
    1 day ago 1
    Am I reading that chart right? Says peak time 1PM eastern time......ummmm. That’s the middle of the day....right
    1 day ago 4
    Uh, yeah, meteors hit the atmosphere at all times, whether it's day or night for the people below. Meteors - or dust, or particles that hit the Earth's atmosphere - whatever you'd like to call them, doesn't care whether it's day or night "for us."
    1 day ago 4
    Perfect viewing here in Australia because it will be night time when’s it’s 1pm in the U.S
    1 day ago 2
    Ummm the earth rotates...so yes, in the US ,.peak time will not be a great viewing time.....lol
    1 day ago
    That's just the narrow peak. There are still.plenty of meteors to sweep up the night before. That's a big long sloping red line that lasts days, and you're worried about the couple of hours of peak.
    1 hour ago
    NASA is propaganda for the elite cartel only 33rd degree masons and their oath of silence) the Scottish Rite) 😈😈😈📣📣📣
    1 day ago
    I am super confused by this as well
    1 day ago
    Tell "STEVE", If I were a space creature of some sort, and a meteor were in the space, How would i be able to see where I am going if it is in front of me?
    1 day ago
    Sorry Steve is busy watching Amymainzer at the moment.
    1 day ago
    Can we see them in the southern hemisphere?
    23 hours ago 2
    Yes. The radiant point is the point where they appear to come from. Although Lyra will be lower the farther south you go, the meteors themselves will still be visible to the southern hemisphere as long as they are not going north.
    1 day ago
    Are these meteors associated with any comet?
    1 day ago 7
    Comet Thatcher (C/1861 G1) is the source of the Lyrid meteors. Every year, in late April, our planet Earth crosses the orbital path of this comet. We have no photos of it because its orbit around the sun is roughly 415 years. Comet Thatcher last visited the inner solar system in 1861, before the photographic process became widespread. This comet isn’t expected to return until the year 2276 - EarthSky dot org
    1 day ago 1
    Thank you 🙂
    1 day ago 1
    Comet thatcher.
  • 1 day ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    This week, our new administrator is confirmed; NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite - TESS, our next planet-hunting mission, launches; and the first 3-D microscopic image on the International Space Station. Watch to see these and more of the stories to tell you about from NASA this past week:
    1 day ago 40
    Deplorable. A non-scientist who denies empirical science is in charge of NASA.  DEPLORABLE
    1 day ago 7
    I won't address his denials, but being a non-scientist (or non-astronaut) has never been an issue for NASA Administrator, before. But management skills *do* matter. I don't know his.
    1 day ago 6
    Let us go backwards from current acting... Lesa Roe, an aerospace engineer. Dava J. Newman, Apollo Program Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Engineering systems at MIT. (engineer) Lori Garver, More than qualified but that was because Obama actually looked at qualifications when filling positions but her resume is very impressive and shows she was made for that job. Yes as we get to Bush nominees we go back to lawyers and others who are more Republican than scientist -- but there was also a lot of problems with how Bush handled science. I realize that the GOP refuses to acknowledge any science it disagrees with, but that is not how science works.
    1 day ago 3
    Frank Glover it's bad.. In my state, he has voted to pander to his gerrymandered tea party base, and big oil who contributes to the republican political machine here, heavily. When other Oklahomans try to communicate, he cuts them off. .exceedingly rude.. At a fund raiser, he lathered up his constituents to upset about President Obama to the point, one suggested a hit be put out on the President, and he said nothing. I heard the recording myself. Heis votes hurt poor Oklahomans over and over again. He has no science background.. I am very sorry.
    1 day ago 2
    Political butthurt is strong in this one
    1 day ago 1
    Oh no, he's a "mason"... I should be scared.
    1 day ago 1
    Maybe some one will give him an emetic, that will keep this dotard in the men's room until next January.
    1 day ago 1
    Boy even NASA'S been infiltrated with the hatred from the left.Just look at these comments.
    1 day ago
    Some of the best NASA Administrators have not been scientists or Engineers.
    1 day ago
    Matthew Black such as?
    1 day ago
    Mari Masterson um... Frank Glover I was referring to is dead.
    1 day ago 33
    Your New administrator is an incompetent 💩
    1 day ago 3
    Privatizing has 0 example of success? Have you never heard of SpaceX And how Elon Musk has been able to launch rockets at 1/10 the price NASA has launched them?
    1 day ago 3
    Michael Davis A non-scientist climate denier who wants to privatize the space industry. Great choice 🙄
    1 day ago 1
    This will be awful for NASA.. Privatizing has, zero example of success.. This one's in the pocket of the highest bidder.. He also CAN'T be reasoned with. He isn't qualified, no science background at all...very sad.
    1 day ago 1
    Josh Redford Point of order: those are contractors, and NASA has always used contractors to build and supply boosters. Even the STS, while designed by NASA, was built by contractors. They also have a long history of using commercial boosters for missions.
    1 day ago 1
    How so? He will make a good administrator....
    1 day ago
    Tristan McDonald in the past, NASA retained ownership. Contractors built for NASA.
    1 day ago
    Mark Snelling SPACEX is well funded for it's NASA obligations. It is his other projects within SpaceX that aren't well funded. I don't see NASA and SpaceX parting ways for a very long time.
    1 day ago
    Mari Masterson privatize? Bwahahahaha amazing....how many great hospital have non doctor administrator? How many other administrator were no scientist. Seems awfully negative.....for no other reason than political butthurt SPACEX, Orbital ATK....ring a bell? The commercial space crew and transportation development program was initiated under Obama.....get a clue. You don't seem to have stayed current and are crying over a 12 year old program.....lol Did you know NASA has a specific office...called chief scientist who is the advisor to the administrator? Hmmmmm
    1 day ago
    Josh Redford pound for pound....true but he isn't lunching the payloads of a shuttle and cargo. Bit of apples and oranges.
    1 day ago
    Josh Redford and SpaceX are rapidly running out of money as the Tesla car company drains more and more money out of Musk's pockets.
    1 day ago 20
    Horrible news for NASA. I hope this nightmare ends soon enough!
    1 day ago 17
    Guys. Just keep doing what you are doing and the fools in power will soon be ousted!
    1 day ago 2
    Michael Davis. corruption will find it's mirror.
    19 hours ago 1
    you can't set back NASA 4 to 8 years. if they didn't launch new horizons to Pluto when they did they'd never be able to launch it again in our life time. these missions are sometimes decades long operations
    1 day ago 1
    Beahahahaha sure thing Skippy...
    1 day ago
    Those who dislike Bridenstine should turn off the XBox, get a job, move out of mommy’s basement, and find a human girlfriend. Just my two cents.
    1 day ago 13
    Congratulations on the TESS and ISS news, condolences on your new administrator. May his tenure be short and undisruptive.
    1 day ago 10
    I can't imagine the people at NASA are excited about their new boss.
    19 hours ago
    Doesn’t bother me 😁 🚀
    1 day ago 7
    I’m sorry you have to endure a climate denier as an administration head. Just another nail in the coffin of real science, and a reminder that elections do have consequences. 😪
    1 day ago 4
    Tess a glimmer of hope for Humankind , atleast You got her up ! Outstanding to The people That made it happen ♡
    4 minutes ago
    Is the NASA facebook page just going to be propaganda from here on out? You've already erased all traces of real earth science from your website. Now that you have a Christian climate change denier as the top boss, will you start preaching his religious gospel instead?
    1 day ago
    I don't understand why they even made TESS, when the WEBB does the same thing? Actually better! Wasted all that money.. possibly?
    1 day ago 1
    *sense
    😒
    1 day ago
    Kay Person thanks for the correction. Auto-correct is not always the best. Especially when in a hurry eh?
    14 hours ago
    JWST can only look at a few candidates. TESS looks at thousands.
    1 day ago
    Esteban Duran oh okay. Makes since. I didn't think of that. Thanks.
  • 1 day ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    To the Moon, Mars and worlds beyond! 🚀 Our mission of space exploration and discovery includes a return to the Moon for the first time since 1972, but this time, we’re taking it a step beyond planting the American flag and leaving our footprints behind. We will work with our international and commercial partners to establish a long-term presence on the Moon and eventually, across the solar system. For details, visit http://go.nasa.gov/2qMsilT.
    1 day ago 99
    Hold on! If we faked the moon landing, why the heck haven’t we faked a mars landing yet?!  Clearly we have the technology!
    1 day ago 7
    Kevin A. Lyons I believe we went to the moon.
    1 day ago 2
    Now you're feeding the other conspiracy theorists.
    1 day ago 2
    Not yet.
    1 day ago 2
    James Cameron was busy making the sequel to Avatar.
    1 day ago 2
    I think Kevin meant don't give them ideas!!
    1 day ago 2
    Actually, I meant the ones who think NASA is withholding advanced technology, etc.
    1 day ago 1
    Kelly, we have actually already been to Mars - but it was boring, so they've decided to cover the whole thing up as they don't want us to know how much money they wasted..... 😛
    1 day ago
    I read somewhere that they had faked the fake moon landing which means that everything's a fakte.. Including this comment...Just one big fake! Fake news.. Fake.....help...😱
    1 day ago
    For if everything might have been created for a virtual existence then what is the point of reality, and what is reality without the existence of the virtual?
    1 day ago
    1 day ago 49
    I am very surprised people still question today the fact that we went to the moon. I guess they believe themselves clever than NASA itself. How funny.
    1 day ago 3
    They will until we actually have civilian flights to orbital stations and habitats. So we have to wait until then to finally quell the conspiracy theorists 😕
    1 day ago 2
    This is the crux of conspiritard theories. It makes the conspiritard , who is usually sub par intelligence, feel superior to others. They know or have discovered something that nearly everyone else has missed.  Hence the term “woke”
    1 day ago 2
    Not funny. Sad, unfortunate, pathetic, scary, dangerous.
    21 hours ago 2
    I used to think it was just a matter of education, but not really. Think about it: If one were to only accept ideas they understand or know how to repeat themselves; then considering most folks don't go onto college, most that go to college don't major in engineering, most going into engineering don't major in aerospace and then have an interest in rocketry apart from airplanes-- I'm more surprised anyone outside of those that know how to do it accept that we went to the Moon.
    20 hours ago
    👍
    1 day ago
    they didn't it was cold war propaganda.
    1 day ago
    We believe that we are clever more than you
    1 day ago
    In the meantime those robots sent to make boot prints are hard at work! 😜
    1 day ago
    I am not surprised because they weren't there when we saw the first pictures of that magical day! And then NASA was shut down for so long how could they believe it was real! Now that NASA is up and running again they'll see once they start working with the programs again!
    19 hours ago
    Cynicism, of course.
    1 day ago 28
    Back to the Moon. One of mankind's greatest adventures. I shall never forget watching it on TV as a young girl, back in 1969. What a quest! Time to go back.
    19 hours ago 1
    Michael
    1 day ago 20
    You will be lucky if your new Director can even find the Moon on a map of the night sky.
    1 day ago 1
    He’s probably looking at a road atlas. At least we have Bezos as a backup for the moon
    1 day ago 1
    Facebook winner of the day
    21 hours ago
    dumn a-- block +2
    15 hours ago
    I can only apologize. This is what the gerrymandering of districts results in... and Citizens United..
    1 day ago 13
    I hope to see the return to the moon , and perhaps a manned outpost similar to the conditions aboard the space station. I am 42 now NASA. Please make it back in my lifetime......
    1 day ago 2
    we will see quite a lot of amazing things in the next ten years. So stay tuned. I don't know how you feel but space faring nowadays got a lot more exciting than in the 90s.
    1 day ago 1
    I'm 60, so I hope they are not too long in going back. I am looking forward to EM-2, but it's an orbital mission.
    1 day ago 1
    I feel it , I'm 41
    1 day ago 1
    Eric Simpson - we can do both.
    21 hours ago
    The moon is part of Orion's path to Mars. Can't wait.
    1 day ago
    The Moon is a waste of time...Mars!!!
    1 day ago
    I was 11 when they landed. I've been fortunate to work in the space program - great fun. Back then I probably figured we'd be on Mars by now. Excited about TESS and things to come.
    1 day ago 5
    With the flag, it's moving because the guy was moving around while putting it into the other pole and it stays upright because of a horizontal pole at the top of the flag. The very low gravity doesn't pull down on the flag very much so it moves a lot longer than it would if it had the earth gravitational pull.
    Now let's talk about the shadows. Light can reflect. And the moon is made of very reflective dust so the light could reflect around and cause it to seem like multiple light sources. The light can also reflect off of the earth if all three bodies are positioned right.
    1 day ago 3
    Yep and to also give a little more insight about how there is gravity in orbit. Orbit is just continuous falling, but you're going fast enough to where you keep missing the earth.
    1 day ago 2
    Shadi Jamal Barqawi Nope. It is common sense.
    1 day ago 1
    Shadi Jamal Barqawi you can see the flag assemble used.....in fact, one malfunctioned and the upper horizontal bar would not lock into position. Those photos show the flag much like a windless day on Earth.  The flag support assembly was reported in newspaper and TV well before it was used on the moon.....no secret.
    22 hours ago 1
    Michael Davis well not perpetual considering it uses help from small thrusters to keep in orbit, since if it didn't it would at some point fall to earth like China's first space station recently did. Perpetual is continuous without the help of anything else. But yes to the freefall part
    1 day ago 1
    Even at the altitude of the iss' orbit there is microgravity. It's still in orbit, nit deep space.
    20 hours ago
    The flag also kept moving cause there is no athmosphere, no wind so much less resistance in the air so things flap around for longer before they stop.
    18 hours ago
    Skarphedinn Holm actually the moon does have a slight atmosphere of helium, argon, neon, sodium, potassium, and hydrogen. While argon, helium, and neon make up most of the atmosphere with 20,000 to 100,000 atoms per cubic centimeter, it still isn't very good at slowing anything down which is why nasa chose to use thrusters to slow down the lunar landing module instead of a parachute.
    1 day ago
    Seems you visited the moon
    22 hours ago
    Or in other words.... perpetual free fall.
    1 day ago 5
    Why is it so difficult for NASA to develop a human-rated lunar lander? Since we achieved it 50 years ago what's the problem? Please don't tell me cosmic radiation is worse now. And with all the other plans listed in this post please don't say it's money.
    1 day ago 11
    Actually it was/is all about the money.
    1 day ago 8
    It is the money. And conflicting political priorities.
    1 day ago 5
    "Tell me why we don't have human-rated landers! Don't use any of the actual reasons though!!!!!" 😂😂😂😂😂😂
    1 day ago 2
    So now were left to civilians to pay for the development like elon musk, who is helping bring the cost down by using landable first cores
    1 day ago 1
    Other material on the subject always claims we need to advance towards human-classed landers. Seems amazing that we could do it in the 60's but can't now. Well, we'll wait and see.
    1 day ago 1
    It’s not about ability. The reason we didn’t go back is because we didn’t have a reason to. Obviously if we did it then we can do it now.
    1 day ago 1
    It cost billions to develop that technology, when we got it back most of it was destroyed either by reentry, dumped on launch, or left be behind
    1 day ago
    Mars is of more importanse
    1 day ago
    Companies like Monsanto who made most of the stuff were sold off along with most of the motor companies,most of the stuff was prone to fail.
    1 day ago
    And all new technology now as well. Everything has to be redesigned to make up for the materials technology changes.
    1 day ago 1
    too Bad this is only a Dream as we're not going anywhere soon in and future. Too bad it seems the Chinese and Russians are doing a better job in getting things in space then America. So NASA quit trying to make a dream of leading the world into space and relying on such "OLD PAST" achievements to keep a OLD dream alive. Get going and make it.
    17 hours ago
    NASA certainly has its issues, but congress in no help. There’s no realistic funding for the moon or mars, though they act like there is.
    1 hour ago
    I am sure the last Chinese effort in space just came hurtling back in flames, and I am sure you have not yet seen a spacex launch yet...
    1 day ago
    Oxygen is not available on moon. neither water. Bring some moon mud and stones. so geologist can observe types of chemical expectancy, and micro organism at that atmosphere with Temperature of moon in day and night time.
    1 hour ago 1
    Shamaila Ahmarin "Causes of gravitational force of earth and moon and sun.?" Gravity is caused by the presence of mass, the more mass, the greater te gravitational force. For write-ups on lunar samples and their analysis you need to go to the institutes that have had samples given to them. You could also look at the Wikipaedia entry regarding Geology of the Moon, and follow the references if you want to.
    2 hours ago
    Thanks But i was looking for that report. like type of sand or mud. Causes of gravitational force of earth and moon and sun.?
    5 hours ago
    No micro organisms on the Moon. Temperatures are well known via observations, as well as on the spot records. Samples were brought back for geologists to study, it's an ongoing thing.
    1 day ago
    I'm surprised those guys didn't fall down more often bouncing around like that.
    Are there any simulators used to mimic the moons gravity for training?
    1 day ago 3
    Wut. Yes of course they train. Underwater. Oh man you...
    1 day ago 2
    They used inclined planes and pulley systems to try to simulate one sixth gee. Not completely successful as I recall.
    1 day ago 1
    They float.......... zero buoyancy. They don't sink to the bottom...... hence it acts like they are floating in space......
    1 day ago 1
    Steven Thomas My pleasure. Good to see a genuine question on these posts.
    1 day ago
    They use bungees I belive.
    1 day ago
    That's for space walks. (zero gravity)
    Whole different animal.
    I'm talking low gravity.. heavy off center gear walks.. like on the moon.
    1 day ago
    Steven Thomas Can you think little bit before writing? Underwater trainig can not provide zero gravity effect because its happens Earth. Underwater training is training for Low-G!
    1 day ago
    Ian Pearse thank you
    6 hours ago
    Bakir Kuliyev It's called the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory, and it is used to practice spacewalks, as it is the nearest thing to weightlessness we can get to on Earth.
    1 day ago
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  • 1 day ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Vice President Mike Pence will swear in Jim Bridenstine as our new administrator at 2:30 p.m. EDT on Monday, April 23. Following the swearing-in, three out-of-this-world NASA employees currently living and working aboard the International Space Station will speak with the two of them. Get details: http://go.nasa.gov/2HgbR7r
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    1 day ago 39
    I'm a Republican, a Trump supporter, and also a NASA supporter. I do think this is the wrong call. The position should be held by someone with a background in NASA, and has more forward thinking views on the environment.
    1 day ago 21
    Nobody with a scientific background would accept a position in the Trump Administration, given its contempt for facts and its rampant corruption.
    1 day ago 7
    Ryan, since you admitted being a Republican Trump appeaser you cannot expect any educated person to believe your BS about supporting any science.
    1 day ago 6
    Not only is Bridenstine unqualified in terms of lack of any science or engineering background but what in his experience qualifies him to manage a multi-billion agency that employs nearly 20,000 people? Why are these people nominated in the first place? And WHY WHY WHY does every GOP Senator go along with every pick??? tRump's nominations are like picking the worst possible contestants of some bad reality TV show so that things go all to sh*t in the show.
    1 day ago 2
    @Matthew black good to know that “really wanting the job” is a credential for a senior government official position 😂🤣😵
    1 day ago 1
    Mr Bridenstine has an MBA from Cornell University, is a decorated ex-fighter pilot, is a huge, self-confessed 'Space Cadet' and actually really wanted the job. You guys dumping on him do know all that, right?! Yes - A couple of ex NASA Administrators were former Astronauts - but they hadn't managed a huge government agency before they took the job either. The most revered NASA Administrator ever was the great James Webb in the 1960s who was a LAWYER. The most qualified NASA Administrator ever was Dr Michael Griffin - a scientist, engineer and experienced manager. He is deemed by many to have bungled his time at NASA badly. The defense rests, your honor... 😉
    1 day ago 1
    Matthew Black that is something to think about.
    16 hours ago
    Then why can't you support a president who would put people like that in those positions? Because he sure seems to be putting unqualified people in jobs. If he can get one who will stay for more that six months.
    1 day ago
    Own the damage you are doing to our country
    9 hours ago
    Matthew Black major difference with Webb was he surrounded himself with experts and delighted responsibilities to the various field centers and those experts. All Webb really did was manage NASA’s bureaucratic back end and keep congress pacified. I do not see that happening with t is administration. They have an agenda that is anti-science. They will push for manned missions to the moon while pulling money from the sciences.
    16 hours ago
    Matthew Black - Sorry, but "yeah, space, f*ckin' a!" does not make a person qualified to run NASA.
    1 day ago 27
    Sad. Anti-Science VP swearing in Anti-Science NASA unAdmin. The end of the USA on all levels 🙁
    1 day ago 4
    Anti science and anti civil rights... two of the frontiers NASA has helped shape... sad day...
    1 day ago 27
    Been nice having you around NASA, we shall miss you...
    1 day ago 3
    C'mon. Since when has the fox guarding the hen house ever worked out in a bad ending? Look at Scott Pr...wait. Cancel that. Ok, Bets...skip that one too. I'll get back to you.
    1 day ago 22
    This is an absolute travesty and embarrassment having someone who denies science in charge of NASA. What a sad day for our country.
    1 day ago 17
    Very sad day for this long-term NASA researcher.
    1 day ago 16
    Why can't the POTUS find someone who is knowledgeable and qualified? Does no credible, intelligent, ethical, and experienced person want to work in this administration?
    1 day ago 7
    This “POTUS” only picks people who hate and will destroy the agency he/she is chosen to lead. There is no intent whatsoever to do the right thing for anyone other than him and his brand.
    1 day ago 4
    He doesn't want qualified. He wants someone who will swear their allegiance and tow the line.
    1 day ago 3
    No respectable scientist would accept a position in the Trump administration.
    1 day ago 3
    It's more like the administration doesn't want any credible, intelligent, ethical, and experienced persons working for them.
    1 day ago 2
    When has he found anyone qualified to hold any administrative position?
    1 day ago 1
    Would you? Anyone with even a shred of decency or morals wouldn't touch a position in this administration.
    1 day ago 1
    Tracey Wear Not a single one. None of them.
    1 day ago 14
    I am not an administrative type but I'm certain I'd do a much better job than this guy. I've worked in several NASA centers from coast to coast and understand quite a bit about the agency. There's definitely some changes I'd make quickly.
    1 day ago 1
    Like what?
    1 day ago
    Still waiting to hear those “changes.”
    20 hours ago
    A comatose dog would do a better job than Bridenstine.
    1 day ago 14
    Can’t wait for all the funding to go to the space army.
    1 day ago 7
    "We're going to build a wall around Earth and make the Martians pay for it."
    1 day ago 5
    General Will Smith reporting for duty sir.
    1 day ago 1
    Jim Alaskan "Welcome to earf!"
    1 day ago 1
    *Space Force
    1 day ago 11
    Anything Pence touches turns to diarrhea. I know, because he was our Governor. Uranus is just in reach! #mother
    1 day ago 9
    NASA employees should rise up and take both these wastes of human skin and send them to Mars... without a way back
  • 1 day ago by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Spring has sprung! Bringing with it warmer temps, flower blooms and…carbon dioxide? To understand how spring weather patterns in the Eastern U.S. affect the transport of greenhouse gases in Earth’s changing climate our researchers are flying into action. Get the details: https://go.nasa.gov/2pzzi52
    1 day ago 13
    That's right. Spring weather causes climate change. Snow melts, air gets warmer, plants bloom, rain falls. And the friggen climate changes! If you really want to help the world plant a tree, with a green earther under it. If enough of you plant "green earthed" trees it will help the problem, and stop the whining.
    1 day ago 23
    Willy, do you understand the difference between weather and climate?
    1 day ago 12
    You don't even know its the sea that cleans most of our oxygen. And cos the seas are now much warmer (proven) this is stuffing up the chemical process. Yes trees, help but it is the oceans. Do we drown idiots like you in it.
    1 day ago 4
    Thank you for broadcasting your ignorance.
    1 day ago 3
    You do realise the last time there were enough trees around to capture all that fossil fuel carbon.... they became fossil fuels. Right?
    🐊
    1 day ago 3
    Willy that's called "weather".
    1 day ago 3
    David Crawford growing. Absolute rubbish. I dont want your false proof on that either thanks.
    1 day ago 3
    David Crawford The ice cap isn't growing. What utter nonsense.
    1 day ago 3
    David Crawford It's not growing; it's the smallest it's been for thousands of years.
    1 day ago
    😂😂😂
    1 day ago
    Adrian Laurencelle WHO TOLD YOU ?!!! I've seen the photographs from Scientists ! Al Gore has you fooled ! 😏
    1 day ago 7
    If the heat can't escape & it's warming the planet why is my furnace running in the middle of april?
    1 day ago 7
    Because the heating of the planet is uneven. And because seasons and natural variation still exists.
    1 day ago 4
    Because what part of "global" do you not grasp?
    1 day ago 2
    Perhaps you should write a scientific journal article titled “DISPROVING GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGH THE EXISTENCE OF COLD WEATHER” and see how far it makes it. But first you would have to go to college.
    1 day ago 1
    The larger question is why you think it shouldn't be cold.
    1 day ago
    because it is still snowing. weekly.
    1 day ago
    Your furnace runs on light?wow!
    1 day ago
    William Watkins the part that's not paying the light bill
    1 day ago
    The Scientist will block your statement... too much Truth.
    1 day ago
    Neil Lewis lights/electric semantics.
    1 day ago
    Andrew Bernhardt I have no desire to disprove climate change actually I beieve the methane gas from all of the B.S you trolls have been spreading since 2015 has caused permanent damage
    1 day ago 7
    I call BS on global warming. Coldest April in my lifetime. Now they have backed off and call it climate change. When has the earths climate been consistent? It has always changed
    1 day ago 6
    Please learn the difference between weather and climate. And, no, nobody has "backed off" and called it climate change. "Global warming" and "climate change" are two different terms, and both have been used in scientific literature for decades.
    23 hours ago 3
    And it's not that there Earth's climate doesn't change in it's own, it does naturally. It's the rate of that change is the main issue. It has never changed as fast before (barring catastrophic events like meteors and 🌋). That is the major concern. Also places will cool. Recently it was reported the warm water that goes North in the Atlantic providing milder weather for England and northern Europe is slowing down and cooling off. This could be due to all the ice melting off of Greenland and it could cut off that warm ocean water and cause much colder weather in those regions.
    1 day ago 2
    The Earth's climate was very consistent for thousands of years before the industrial revolution.
    19 hours ago 1
    Earth's climate has never changed for this reason.
    21 hours ago
    Wooo humans! Still less dangerous than meteors 😉
    1 day ago
    Watch the movie The Day After Tomorrow...
    1 day ago 5
    I personally welcome global warming. not the speed at which it's arriving though. we are still in a ice age and carbon dioxide before human industrial activity was from a geological historical standpoint one of the lowest in it's history. biodiversity increases in a greenhouse world. and someday in the extemly far future, a lack of enough carbon dioxide will result in the extinction of most life on the planet. heat in our planets case brings more life. we are far from the warmest periods in life's history.
    some humans may indeed suffer in the future from global warming. But as a whole, the human species is going to be fine. at least from global warming that is. Human stupidity is far more dangerous.
    1 day ago
    You're showing your human...
    1 day ago
    No, human life is not possible without a biome. So far none of our attempts at creating an artificial one have been remotely capable of sustaining life. If the planet's eco-system collapses, which it will do if these trends continue, all humans will die. We will not escape to the moon or mars or a space arc because those aren't scientifically viable options.
    1 day ago
    Jame Huang Yes, with human pressure on the environment, it will be difficult for animals to adjust. 🙁
    On a separate note. that is a lovely elephant behind you. they are magnificent.
    1 day ago
    I’m impressed, you’re just going with your gut on this huh, no regard for what the science says. How brave!
    1 day ago
    Humans may be fine but it's everything else that I'm worried about
    1 day ago 4
    The geo-engineers are hard at work,spraying the sky globally, our weather is being manufactured!that's why winter is still here.
    2 hours ago 1
    Oh boy. Gene’s medication hasn’t arrived.
    1 day ago 1
    Of course they are princess
    1 day ago 2
    we have not had any Spring. It is so cold in NH that Spring is canceled. We have snow and ice and freezing temps. Sap wouldn't run and neither will people. Look at the Boston Marathon. They froze. Must be good for the climate.
    1 day ago 3
    Susan...the cold over NH is regional, not global. While you're cool, much of the rest of the northern hemisphere is warmer than normal.
    1 day ago 3
    A mass of warm air stalled over the North Atlantic is driving arctic air southward. Doesn't really mean much for the climate long term as it is just the shifting of the global circulation. It is really hot somewhere else as a result.
    12 hours ago
    Snowing a stones throw from Canada, no way 😂
    1 day ago 2
    Absolute insanity that no one wants to face the real problem.
    OVERPOPULATION!!
    1-almost 8 billion people in just over a century. Pollution?...people,
    Deforestation?...people, being covered in plastic?...people, tainted food....people. The more people the bigger the problems. We need responsible zero population growth...like yesterday!!
    1 day ago 1
    Neil Lewis but it's the people causing these problems. It doesn't matter how much mass we take up....it matters how much natural resources we've destroyed.
    1 hour ago
    Trent Mitchell humans are to selfish to change what they're doing and it's only getting worse.
    1 day ago
    There's a garbage pile in all three oceans. The one in the Pacific is almost three times the size of Texas.
    12 hours ago
    The world population was approximately 700 million when the industrial revolution, which kicked off climate change, began. The number of people isn't the problem; what the people are doing is the problem.
    1 hour ago
    Shahriar Keshavarzi it's actually refreshing to see someone else who's eyes are wide open. It's exactly the way it is. Unfortunately the truth hurts some people. I have no idea why. You think people would want to thrive and take care of this planet for future generations.
    16 hours ago
    Have any kids?
    1 day ago
    Every human on the planet could stand in a corner of Texas. Population isn’t so much of a problem. The others are.
    2 hours ago
    "The number of people isn't the problem; what the people are doing is the problem" The existing population could be supported with renewable energy sources.
    1 day ago 1
    The earth has been far hotter with way more CO2 in the air. It's called a planetary cycle. Us mortals cannot stop it.
    1 day ago 4
    The geologic fact is that all of the observed warming since 1950 is due to human activities, primarily due to the human burning of fossil fuels.
    1 day ago 4
    Not a cycle. Cause and effect. See Feldman 2015, or Stips 2016. There is a huge amount of scientific information out there. Don't settle for politically-motivated blogs.
    1 day ago 4
    Chrissy Baker The same research that tells us the Earth has been through this cycle before also tells us that we are 50K years ahead of schedule to be this warm. Anthropogenic carbon pollution is speeding up the cycle, exponentially accelerating us toward an unlivable planet. If we had 50K years to prepare we would probably figure out a way to survive but we don't now.
    1 day ago 3
    If you disagree, write your paper and publish it and collect your nobel prize for saving the world a lot of money from mitigation efforts, good luck because you'll be trying to disprove our current physics
    1 day ago 2
    You're probably talking about Milankovitch cycles, you are unfortunately still incorrect, theses cycles are factors but the warming rate we are seeing is naturally impossible
    1 day ago 2
    Horving Ramos The sun is not responsible for current warming.
    19 hours ago
    We can’t survive it either
    1 day ago
    Scott Gruhn so you deny geological facts?
    1 day ago
    Horving Ramos 100% false on the sun being the culprit
    1 day ago
    Horving Ramos I think you mean solar system, not galaxy.
    1 day ago
    That is incredible technology. Can Science measure from Earths past history of climate change? Volcano activity from thousands to millions of years ago that possible made a northern hemisphere ice age with high Co2 carbon footprints. I think earth has survived so far .
    1 day ago 4
    Proxy records exist extending our knowledge of past climate back hundreds of millions of years.
    16 hours ago 1
    The question isn't whether or not the Earth will survive. It will, easily, and this all will be but a blip in the Earth's history. The question is whether or not WE will survive.
    1 day ago 1
    Earth will survive. Humans not so much
    1 day ago
    Ok
    19 hours ago
    Co2 is formed by heat into vapor also from the sea, Concrete, and Colas mixed with sand called asvolt; Is also can course Vapor into Atmosphere and comes down as rainfall.
    18 hours ago
    Yes depending on the tenacity can only be measured by numbers from 'd amount of heat in atmosphere.
    18 hours ago
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    if true nasa support teknlogi who study in order
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    another planet???
    1 day ago
    The soon to be head of NASA: - Has zero scientific credentials - Doesn’t believe in man-made climate change (see the above) - Plummeted the Tulsa Air and Space Museum into heavy financial losses by using its money to prop up a failing company that he co-owned.
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    Save Planet. Save Earth.
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    Keept it up NASA.make it more improved.
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    I looked quickly and thought it was a toothbrush.
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    Hay que celebrar por todo lo alto.
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    And this has to do with the post, how?
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    By the using of new technologies.
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