Armed With Science Twitter
- @FedTechMagazine Done and done. Thanks for the awesome feather in our 2014 cap! about 4 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to FedTechMagazine
- Wearable self-generating power suits? They could be a part of the future force: http://t.co/Z9J4pPfwxw http://t.co/kTc9J2eSOi about 4 hours ago from TweetDeck
- @FedTechMagazine @18F @FCWnow @FedNewsRadio WOW! Thanks so much! It's an honor! #ScienceMatters about 22 hours ago from Twitter for iPhone in reply to FedTechMagazine
- In #MilTech news, HH-60W “Whiskey” to perform personnel recovery missions. http://t.co/3QnZXphrdD http://t.co/9jmiqZcoKY 02:04:15 PM December 21, 2014 from TweetDeck
- The @USNavy divers attach a towing bridge to @NASA_Orion crew module via #SaturdaySpaceSight http://t.co/iDwPfIL2l2 http://t.co/K9HLr4WieT 01:55:08 PM December 20, 2014 from TweetDeck
Saturday Space Sight: The Cassini spacecraft captures a rare family photo of three of Saturn’s moons that couldn’t be more different from each other!
NRL will launch a small, spherical satellite called SpinSat on a multifold mission with the primary mission being a demonstration of a new thruster technology.
Meet the Scientists: Dr. John Carr is part of a team to discover rare evidence of a forming planet around a baby star! Right before our telescope-assisted infrared spectroscopic eyes!
ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst posted this photograph on social media writing, “words can’t describe how it feels flying through an #aurora. I wouldn’t even know where to begin….”
NASA’s first completed Orion crew module sits atop its service module at the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida!
A scientist from NRL is part of a team which discovered what they believe is evidence of a planet forming around a star about 335 light years from Earth!
Astronauts on the International Space Station are getting a super cool 3-D printer, the first ever to be flown in space!