Armed With Science Twitter
- @Hot_Wheels at the Pentagon? How these cars will help get #ForceoftheFuture into STEM - http://t.co/oHulUPg0Yz http://t.co/UxMrLPZx9R about 34 minutes ago from TweetDeck in reply to Hot_Wheels
- ICYMI: That wasn't a Bad Moon Risin last night. Here's more info on the "Blue Moon." http://t.co/D0uRmV9REB #BlueMoon http://t.co/2QgiTKtZPZ 12:33:45 PM July 31, 2015 from Twitter Web Client
- What did we think of the #BlueMoon? http://t.co/R8Ari7y56k 07:36:32 AM July 31, 2015 from Twitter Web Client
- Congrats to Lt. Cmdr. Tom McAndrew, awarded the @USNavyResearch junior officer or the year: http://t.co/qkDs5NSden http://t.co/Wvlu2eZmDr 01:22:45 PM July 30, 2015 from TweetDeck
- #cybersecurity is paramount which is why @NationalGuard is bolstering their cyber capability: http://t.co/FMlFIOzwny http://t.co/u9rD4mugm4 01:11:30 PM July 30, 2015 from TweetDeck
DoD official: Space architecture faces increasing threats that the community must work to address.
A view of the March 2015 solar eclipse from the International Space Station.
From afar, Saturn’s rings look like a solid, homogeneous disk of material. But, up close, we see that there are varied structures in the rings.
Perfect formation! The Thunderbirds take in the skies over NASA.
Jessica Tozer: Before I relinquish the chair for the final time, I wanted to write you all a final farewell, and a final thanks. Science (always) matters!
The Soyuz TMA-14M spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan.
Space capability is critical to national security, and the Defense Department is working to make its launch program more competitive.
A dark, snaking line can be seen across the lower half of the sun in this February 2015 image from NASA.