Armed With Science Twitter
- @MarkArjomandi Whoops! You're right; we were a little too excited! Can you blame us, though? :) 01:52:40 PM October 22, 2014 from TweetDeck in reply to MarkArjomandi
- 01:21:05 PM October 22, 2014 from TweetDeck
- How do you enlist the power of technology for tactical commanders? This might work: http://t.co/D9PPjvJJtI http://t.co/iKO2pwwvXL 01:26:06 PM October 21, 2014 from TweetDeck
- The sky's no longer the limit for one @usairforce officer! He went from #USAF to @NASA http://t.co/5roagJ9iBF http://t.co/6kNgALhgrQ 01:32:03 PM October 20, 2014 from TweetDeck
- Scientists at @USNRL have developed novel methods to synthesize nanoparticles. #sot http://t.co/5iDMSUduSh http://t.co/A42zVxtUGe 02:13:14 PM October 19, 2014 from TweetDeck
The pale rocks in this photo from NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover include the “Bonanza King” target under consideration to become the fourth rock drilled by the Mars Science Laboratory mission.
The next rover NASA will send to Mars in 2020 will carry seven carefully-selected instruments to conduct unprecedented science and exploration technology investigations on the Red Planet.
Engineers have taken a crucial step in preparing to test parts of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will send humans to new destinations in the solar system.
Saturday Space Sight: This is a close-up view of the next-generation microshutter arrays – designed to accommodate the needs of future observatories – during the fabrication process.
Saturday Space Sight: The Apollo 11 Lunar Module Eagle, in a landing configuration was photographed in lunar orbit from the Command and Service Module Columbia.
A new attitude system developed by the Air Force and a small business offers improved capabilities for small space research satellites.
Meet the Scientists: Richard Rast is working on a novel new way to deal with space debris while also remaining eco-friendly. Think LASERS and SATELLITES.