Armed With Science Twitter
- For decades, the @USArmy has embedded scientists & #tech experts in the field. Find out more: http://t.co/GUkMvRQ6Yp http://t.co/B9ZnUN2sEK about 11 hours ago from Engagor
- New research may accelerate #rehab to help individuals better remember events & skills. http://t.co/RymwZvEpdt http://t.co/0SWKgQPgzj 10:00:07 AM May 27, 2015 from Engagor
- Imagine a material that makes windows tougher & protects smart phones. Meet: spinel: http://t.co/ZqiJrIy2rm http://t.co/deirEaRRXr 09:00:02 AM May 26, 2015 from Engagor
- New @DARPA program could make applications capable of adapting, without major reprogramming: http://t.co/sgp82jx5Lo http://t.co/Q6hkv8UiYc 08:00:02 AM May 25, 2015 from Engagor
- A safety responsibility, @USArmy uses state-of-the-art system to destroy munitions in Hawaii. http://t.co/11y6AuziFp http://t.co/5WqXqIZNor 02:00:02 PM May 24, 2015 from Engagor
A dark, snaking line can be seen across the lower half of the sun in this February 2015 image from NASA.
Flashback: Discovery lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center on its final mission in 2011.
Imagine taking the world’s most powerful radio telescope and piping a nearly continuous data stream into your research laboratory.
A view of the island of Hawaii taken from the International Space Station.
On this first weekend of spring, let’s look back at the winter of 2015 from high above Chicago.
International Space Station astronaut Terry Virts tweeted this image of a Vulcan hand salute from orbit as a tribute to actor Leonard Nimoy.
Oh the places you’ll go: Capt. Joe Spracklen, an Air Defense Artillery Captains Career Course student, takes photos of galaxies with a special camera and a telescope.