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NASA's JSC is the lead center for the International Space Station and the Orion spacecraft, and the home of the Mission Control Center and NASA astronaut corps.

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More than half of the 240 astronauts and cosmonauts who have been on board the International @Space_Station have be… https://t.co/7Lp5086PlF
7/7
2020
Looking for a way to follow along with @Astro_Doug & @AstroBehnken 👨‍🚀 👨‍🚀 on the @Space_Station after… https://t.co/ARWqQdM14r
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterWe're glad to see you on Twitter, @KathyLueders! As the home of Mission Control and training for @NASA_Astronauts,… https://t.co/Z6FJD2pn5rYou've been following the journeys of the crew, but how is the spacecraft that brought them to orbit? NASA's… https://t.co/oGGfZ6QMlc
7/6
2020
From the @Space_Station, @NASA_Astronauts commemorate the #FourthofJuly. With them is a U.S. flag that flew on the… https://t.co/Djw6wzlKZn
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterIn 2020, @NASA_Astronauts launched to space from America for the first time in 9 years. This #4thOfJuly, we celebra… https://t.co/hsWUOgzEvGWhen I started at @NASA_Johnson, John Young was the senior astronaut. When asked about moon walks, he would remind… https://t.co/pfviDfHMIr
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7/4
2020
It’s episode 3 of our Mars Monthly series on first Fridays! NASA has sent many robotic missions to the Red Planet,… https://t.co/MfCZOs1p4kTwo spacewalkers swapped station batteries ahead of the Independence Day weekend. They have two more spacewalks pla… https://t.co/OoywXBIXvq
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7/3
2020
45 years ago, two weeks remained until dual launches of a Soviet Soyuz and American Apollo spacecraft for the histo… https://t.co/CMvIYcqRFdLIVE: Astronaut Kate Rubins & her @roscosmos cosmonaut crewmates discuss their upcoming Oct. 14 launch to the… https://t.co/HijIkpyFgm
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterBatteries included. 🔋🔧 @AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL concluded today’s spacewalk at 1:14pm ET, after swapping… https://t.co/PAbVhLHn9J
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterForget your fear of heights: Enjoy this astronaut's-eye-view of our blue marble. 🌎 This view comes from… https://t.co/etYvpRVOSkJasmin Moghbeli (@AstroJaws) is the Mission Control voice guiding the astronauts on today's spacewalk. A @USNavy te… https://t.co/b296Ko6eQ4
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center @CrishieX The @space_station is actually moving extremely fast -- orbiting Earth at approximately 17,500 miles per… https://t.co/Z9C3iMjcgZToday's spacewalk is moving along smoothly for @AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL! After getting 2 hours ahead of thei… https://t.co/KK1WRVoY6VWe’re halfway through the week and halfway through the year— start the second half off right with a spacewalk! ✨… https://t.co/ZlYJ3Yg2DF
7/1
2020
Good luck to @Astro_SEAL & @AstroBehnken on their spacewalk tomorrow! NASA’s Human Research Program studies how to… https://t.co/xd1APDxn57Tomorrow’s spacewalk on the International @Space_Station will be the 229th time astronauts and cosmonauts have vent… https://t.co/m3bIUYxU8XIf a spacewalk tomorrow isn't enough space for you, tune in to our Crew News Conference with @NASA_Astronauts Kate… https://t.co/eIrXPfP6jp
6/30
2020
Just as we're observing the #SpaceStation20th anniversary of continuous human presence, we're looking to build a su… https://t.co/qqCqbgBAnQ
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterNASA groups have been participating in #Pride parades for years! Pictured are (clockwise) @NASAAmes, @NASAKennedy,… https://t.co/3O7Lf7t8Gh
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center25 years ago, Space Shuttle Atlantis & Space Station Mir docked for the first time in the Phase 1 Program of the… https://t.co/6aTxwm5siVMeet @NASA_Johnson intern Ruby Zoom Houchens! Ruby works at the center’s Extra-Vehicular Activity (EVA) Office and… https://t.co/VnQoInhGXd
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6/29
2020
75 years of sending us skyward. Happy anniversary, @NASA_Wallops! https://t.co/rgsyL38tXX
6/27
2020
Learn how materials and technologies are tested against the extreme temperature swings, atomic oxygen, or the vacuu… https://t.co/wkDKFUn3InSpacewalkers @Astro_SEAL and @AstroBehnken make their way back to the station’s airlock, wrapping today’s upgrades… https://t.co/BFqqSg8XSk
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center.@AstroBehnken is on top of the world as live coverage continues for today's spacewalk. The @NASA_Astronauts are ab… https://t.co/LeTBDUVvCa
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterYou're watching two crew members on today's spacewalk (go @AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL!), but you're hearing the v… https://t.co/m8LsA8lH9zWorksite prep complete, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL are getting into their battery replacement work! 🔋 Tune in a… https://t.co/ARu6gZV8FbLIVE SPACEWALK: Tune in to watch @Astro_SEAL & @AstroBehnken prepare to venture into the vacuum of space to install… https://t.co/xarMtITtpm
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6/26
2020
Tomorrow, two @NASA_Astronauts will dress in their spacewalk best for a scheduled 6-and-a-half hours outside the ha… https://t.co/gN1gLAhLhH
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6/25
2020
When will @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug return to Earth? “It looks like the first opportunity to undock and come… https://t.co/OeAVRwJ1Gi
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center48 hours until @AstroBehnken & I step outside of @Space_Station for a #spacewalk. We're wrapping up final prep whic… https://t.co/8UqzLR5YnC
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center45 years ago, 3 weeks remained until the historic Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, the first docking in space between an… https://t.co/4bKHvURMWd
6/24
2020
On June 26 and July 1, we're going outside. Join us tomorrow at 2 pm ET to learn more about our upcoming spacewalk… https://t.co/9aB5eQf1Lr
6/23
2020
Looking for some #MondayMotivation? Currently living on the International @Space_Station, @AstroBehnken shares his… https://t.co/qF2Eah2PJp
6/22
2020
Filmmakers, editors, and animators are invited to submit entries for the 2020 CineSpace film competition and is cur… https://t.co/366w6o3Ib1
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterThis year, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug made special memories with their sons around the #LaunchAmerica mission. T… https://t.co/wWJj77iAJ5
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterDid you know we've got four dads in space? Happy Father's Day to @AstroBehnken, @AstroDoug, @Astro_SEAL and Anatoly… https://t.co/agFldHPD7Y
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6/21
2020
Through the lens of NASA photographers, we learn the many places they find themselves while documenting history on… https://t.co/yrSLhvWIMU
6/19
2020
45 years ago, the historic first handshake in space between astronauts and cosmonauts was just one month away. Prep… https://t.co/lZHdgxTJALNASA's @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug are in their third week in space, where they're settled in and staying busy. W… https://t.co/qkrNxrRf0y
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterBest wishes to Kirk Shireman! His leadership helped forge global partnerships and prove that permanent human reside… https://t.co/NpZvuhIKHs
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6/17
2020
Before we send @NASA_astronauts to Mars, NASA is sending another explorer: Perseverance, the newest rover, launchin… https://t.co/zlKgNHBg9zSocial isolation is necessary in a pandemic, but also takes a toll on our health. NASA astronauts are no strangers… https://t.co/uLsojIv1eF
6/16
2020
50 years ago, the Apollo 13 Review Board released its report on the accident that occurred en route to the Moon. Th… https://t.co/t5IpJxw1dNMark the date: spacewalks coming soon. Watch @Astro_SEAL and @AstroBehnken venture outside the @Space_Station to… https://t.co/Ox0tvpCoXK
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6/15
2020
Kathy is a great choice to guide us into the future of @NASA human Spaceflight. https://t.co/yuMNKeEZJ5
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6/14
2020
Today marks two weeks since @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug launched to the space station! Earlier this week, the duo… https://t.co/by8jhSztuz
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6/13
2020
The @space_station experience in virtual reality has created a new, immersive way to learning about our laboratory… https://t.co/eMAMGufJ81Our newest water-seeking rover just booked a ride to the Moon’s South Pole. Pittsburgh-based @Astrobotic has been… https://t.co/fVbodFmk4m
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6/12
2020
Are you attending the Houston Cinema Arts Society Drive-In event tonight, June 11? Get there early to enjoy a film… https://t.co/scsKceseheSouth Pole bound! The Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, or VIPER, is being designed and built here a… https://t.co/XFKQjfOapj40 years ago, Space Shuttle Columbia's first flight drew nearer and things were firing up -- like the orbiter's eng… https://t.co/nBLQMg72KL
6/11
2020
Internships at @NASA include people from all walks of life, including @NYGiants players. Learn more about their exp… https://t.co/KPJvg5KX2y
6/9
2020
How's it going, #LaunchAmerica crew? 🚀 @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug made it to the space station just over a week… https://t.co/rFrJS370sF
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center20 years ago, the start of Expedition 1 was only 4 months away. Preparation and training for the mission, which wou… https://t.co/voHU8uZytP
6/8
2020
Today is World Russian Language Day. NASA’s Human Research Program collaborates with many international partners in… https://t.co/xSacmVFkn7
6/6
2020
It's episode 2 of our Mars Monthly series on first Fridays! Conceptualizing how we plan for deep space missions som… https://t.co/ADcRgtPIbS
6/5
2020
Parts of Orion's #Artemis III crew module which will carry the first woman and next man to land on the Moon are tak… https://t.co/GjDUftkPzD
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6/4
2020
Spacewalks were critical to the construction of the @space_station and are crucial in its maintenance. As we observ… https://t.co/XH5V9tPE3x @petesmith198 @astro_timpeake @Cmdr_Hadfield @NASA Check it out! That looks super. Keep aiming high! https://t.co/wJMZIolEWIOperating @Space_Station requires mental alertness which can be improved by physical activity, like running. NASA’s… https://t.co/iUpNIwaBaFEach of the International @Space_Station’s 63 Expeditions (and still counting) has had one commander, but some astr… https://t.co/yfkc5ICLDQShe spent 115 days in space in 2016, but NASA astronaut Kate Rubins is looking to add some more! @Astro_Kate7 is sc… https://t.co/TKkTGNP6Ci
6/3
2020
Huge thank you to @NASA, @SpaceX, and America for making this possible! https://t.co/xp8XCpU2HD
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterLIVE from space: @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug speak with @SpaceX officials and employees, and present the Class of 2… https://t.co/hlTgDGifFo
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center📺Today our @NASA_Astronauts aboard the @space_station will be live at 10:15 a.m. CT on https://t.co/0tGwqaSya3 taki… https://t.co/QzPf3OYYLm
6/1
2020
Join @NASA live at 3:15 p.m. ET for a post-arrival news conference taking place at @NASA_Johnson. Participants wil… https://t.co/pyZ8M9lqRX
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center"The whole world saw this mission and we are so, so proud of everything you’ve done for our country and, in fact, t… https://t.co/crHOjfdR06
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterNEXT UP: Welcome Ceremony at 12:15 p.m. CT which will include NASA Administrator @JimBridenstine, NASA Johnson Spac… https://t.co/bZseHtoF1UWelcome home @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug! America’s two favorite dads in space have docked to the @Space_Station. https://t.co/e2KaxtW4Gf
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterI’m at @NASA_Johnson with @Astro_Maker watching @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug continue their journey to the… https://t.co/xMuzH9acpV
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterLIVE NOW: @SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavour spacecraft is moving ahead of schedule as @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug contin… https://t.co/6i3HM1e2nR
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterCameras on the @SpaceX #CrewDragon spot the station less than 500 meters away. #LaunchAmerica |… https://t.co/XRp2omkSso
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterIt's been 14 hours since @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug launched to space. Before they arrive at the @Space_Station,… https://t.co/5SLgUrlKJD
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center @king_rkin279 @Space_Station @Astro_Doug @AstroBehnken There are three people on the @Space_Station now, so Bob and… https://t.co/q2a0rzyoN0Thank you for watching #LaunchAmerica today! We continue to track @Astro_Doug and @AstroBehnken on capsule Endeav… https://t.co/beR3ZVhGYZ @lanceanz @trenchmints Thanks @lanceanz! You're right, we confirmed it is Endeavour after the shuttle. We appreciate you!
5/31
2020
"Astronauts are sometimes referred to as heroes. No doubt Bob and Doug demonstrated that today," says NASA Chief As… https://t.co/zgFUzwGprf
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterLIVE from @NASAKennedy: @JimBridenstine, alongside other NASA officials and @SpaceX officials, provides an update a… https://t.co/e8gZwECNFw
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterAfter a successful launch at 3:22 p.m. ET, @SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft with @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug onbo… https://t.co/hhjaCMSmUN
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterMeanwhile at NASA Johnson during liftoff of #LaunchAmerica, the Expedition 63 flight control team with Flight Direc… https://t.co/1V9i4VRyZzA view from the top from @Astro_SEAL on the @Space_Station 2 minutes before #LaunchAmerica! https://t.co/0JaSVIJtqEThank you Center Director @DirectorMarkG! https://t.co/TXGzbAuV5zCrew Dragon has successfully separated. Next stop? The International @Space_Station. #LaunchAmerica https://t.co/rDKFzPouTE
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterFalcon 9 booster has landed on the Of Course I Still Love You droneship! https://t.co/96Nd3vsrT2
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterMain engine cutoff ☑️ Second stage separation ☑️ @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug are heading into orbit.… https://t.co/UT0Rnu3IHV
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterThis candle is lit! Liftoff, we have liftoff!!! 🚀 After nearly a decade, American astronauts launch from American… https://t.co/w5VEonraxjWe are moments from launch. @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug are ready. Are you? #LaunchAmerica https://t.co/Txppv1UGHk
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterFalcon 9 engine chill begins When the Falcon 9 engine chill begins, this gets the turbo pumps cold enough to pump l… https://t.co/pFjQN4VjYZ @cosmicdatabase @NASA Sure is! To learn more, read our live blog covering #LaunchAmerica: https://t.co/BKC56fFNz8⛽️Propellant loading now⛽️ Liquid oxygen and RP-1, a highly refined, rocket-grade kerosene, typically referred to a… https://t.co/UTiQa7XYywLet’s do this, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug! @NASA_Johnson is with you today! https://t.co/Egcd3OLUoX
Retweeted by Johnson Space CenterWhen the crew access arm retracts, this is the last major visual milestone ahead of the launch. @astro_doug and… https://t.co/Cvi04OhMQEWe have GO on weather for #LaunchAmerica https://t.co/6GQ2WcdlZEWe're continuing to track weather forecasts for today's launch of @SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft with @Astro_Doughttps://t.co/8ubw9OpUOK
Retweeted by Johnson Space Center @GN_108036 @NASA @Commercial_Crew @NASAKennedy @SpaceX Thanks for watching and sharing the many ways you can live s… https://t.co/mbUGd97dWaAnd the hatch is closed. Next up: weather update ahead of propellant loading. For live updates:… https://t.co/QH7fObeOsy
5/30
2020

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