Armed With Science Twitter
- .@DARPA is working toward a drop‐in, removable kit to allow high levels of cockpit #automation http://t.co/dRtDFZc2Yj http://t.co/cOgIzKywq3 about 22 hours ago from TweetDeck
- 01:59:16 PM March 29, 2015 from TweetDeck
- By land or by air, #Hawaii looks awesome! http://t.co/hVIm8WFXEs #HelloEarth #NASA http://t.co/vkV2jCwULE 01:01:14 PM March 28, 2015 from TweetDeck
- The @usarmy is improving the way troops initialize mission command systems http://t.co/d1ncBMpLpF #efficiency http://t.co/wjVmaKiTRT 01:11:04 PM March 27, 2015 from TweetDeck
- Good luck to @StationCDRKelly & @ShuttleCDRKelly as they take twin #science to a whole new level! #YearInSpace @NASA http://t.co/MgPrsFC972 11:10:28 AM March 27, 2015 from TweetDeck
Saturday Space Sight: Air Force Lt. Col. Merryl Tengesdal receives a maintenance check on her full pressure suit in prep for her U-2 flight at Beale AFB.
October 2014 marks the five-year anniversary for two sensors that the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory has been operating aboard the International Space Station.
Saturday Space Sight: This image of comet Lovejoy combines a series of observations made when comet Lovejoy was 1.7 astronomical units from the Sun.
DARPA has been developing new concepts and architectures to get small satellites into orbit more economically on short notice.
Saturday Space Sight: This image shows Arp 230, also known as IC 51, observed by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
Saturday Space Sight: NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory explores the universe in X-rays, a high-energy form of light.
Saturday Space Sight: The Cupola houses one of the International Space Station’s two robotic work stations!