Armed with Science Twitter
- What if our #military aircraft had a "magic cloak" a certain wizard had. @DoD_HDIAC http://t.co/3b2WC1jhBp http://t.co/cvVdj6GdPu about 17 hours ago
- How cool would it be to remotely charge a UAV's battery? Thanks to @USNRL that tech is here. http://t.co/wfzJJVaoI7 http://t.co/tHveezKyVr 10:32:28 AM August 28, 2015
- How is Dr. Syed A. Jafar's work a revolutionary leap forward for our military? http://t.co/OhV5pYttGt http://t.co/swVqgy8rN8 10:00:23 AM August 26, 2015
- RT @StationCDRKelly: Looks like a great morning to get into our new cargo vehicle! #HTV5 #YearInSpace http://t.co/iPenIjG6Pv 09:57:33 AM August 25, 2015
- REJOICE! According to @NASA, the moon is one giant neon sign... kind of. Read on for more: http://t.co/GFs2A4iPDG http://t.co/2F1ypkBBw1 12:52:24 PM August 24, 2015
Just south of the Tien Shan mountains, in Central Asia, a remarkable series of ridges can be seen in today’s Space Sight.
Hubble Space Telescope image shows the Arches Cluster, the densest known star cluster in the Milky Way.
A new tool could measure a coronal mass ejection’s impact a full day in advance.
#Flashback: Check out the Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft launching with crew who will return to Earth in 2016.
Navy researchers have patented a sensor that spots hard to track space debris.
Astronomers have discovered –for the first time– a rear-end collision between two high-speed knots of ejected matter.
Did You Know? NASA has been “suiting up” for spacewalking for 50 years.
The Hubble Space Telescope shows an edge-on view of the spiral galaxy NGC 5023 in this Saturday Space Sight.