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Our NASA New Horizons spacecraft completed its historic #PlutoFlyby in July 2015, and since then we’ve learned so much about the planet. Join our Facebook Live TOMORROW at 4 p.m. EST as mission experts take your questions about the spacecraft, Pluto and what’s next! Details: http://go.nasa.gov/2jp2V4w
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mấy Ngài đưa thức xấu thành ma vô xăng dầu trên mặt đất
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Ride along with us for a robot’s-eye-view of the 'Mars Yard,' a terrain simulation area at our Jet Propulsion Laboratory where rover hardware and software are tested before being sent to the Red Planet. Video: http://go.nasa.gov/2joRmu9
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Our Mars Curiosity rover examines possible signs of drying mud cracks that's more than 3 billion years old in Martian rock. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/2jom3zW
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+Chris Harpner what makes me chuckle is how determined that they know the NASA is complete lies. Yet in this day and age of science they can't get one explorer to the edge of the circle....they can't get a single picture of their glorious planet, and they can't explain with all the world-wide radar stations where all the 7,000+ rockets launched into the sky have gone. But the most laughable part is the INSURMOUNTABLE wall of ice (150 foot) that keeps everyone out of Antarctica....did they ever hear of an aircraft with ski's on the landing gear???
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2016 was the hottest year on record, continuing a decades-long warming trend. Surface temperatures were the warmest since modern recordkeeping began in 1880. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/2jnVLxx
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“He would not like to be, forever, the last man to walk on the moon”. –NASA Administrator Charles Bolden as he shares his thoughts of the life and legacy of Gene Cernan.

Cernan, a Gemini and Apollo astronaut, and the last man to walk on the moon, passed away Jan. 16: https://youtu.be/zhsH3MB11Vg
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+Real Diaz your tin foil hat needs adjusting 
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We and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are discussing global temperature data and 2016 climate trends during a teleconference at 11 a.m. EST. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/2jw7yvM
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Now thats funny
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Solar System This Week: Help us find the most interesting spots to image on Jupiter, learn how Hubble is helping the Voyager craft find their way and more! Get the details:
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Are Ice Impact Zones?
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For the third year in a row, 2016 set a new record for Earth's global average surface temperatures. It was the warmest since modern recordkeeping began in 1880. Get the facts: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/156043559159/2016-sets-global-temperature-record
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I realize that the interval is from 1980 to 2016. I am expecting to hearing some comment about it.
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We just experienced the hottest year on record. How do we know? By analyzing data from land, sea and Antarctic observations. Get the details: http://go.nasa.gov/2jo6rME
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+Damon Hebner thanks for your answer... I found this link that speaks to climate change on Mars. (warming). What do you think? latimes.com - Climate change is happening on Mars, where an ice age is coming to an end
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Climate experts from NASA and NOAA are discussing global temperature data and 2016 climate trends during a teleconference at 11 a.m. EST. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/2jnOY6X
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+JP Belanger L'important n'est pas d'être savon (savant) mais de savoir communiquer.
L'un de nous ne sait pas faire mouche.
Le mot climat désigne un certain nombre de manifestations naturelles dans un environnement d'existence d'êtres vivants. Des manifs qui ont des causes déclenchant des faits no men pour rétablir un déséquilibre.
Les femmes de ménage traitent partiellement leurs trop blèmes et se rendent coupables d'une cascades de phénomèmes qui permet aux simples d'esprit de décider de rassembler les tenant afin de décider des aboutissant, c'est à dire que les industrialisés qui font payer aux sales arabes les frais de la saleté qu'ils dégagent dans l'atmosphère pour minimiser les coûts. Donc les femmes de ménage occasionnent des frais aux sales arabes.
Cela s'appelle réparer le climat selon les femmes de ménage et les Zélus des pays des peuples faiseurs et électeurs de bâtards pondus dans des bars par des femmes émancipées exonérées de la burka et du hidjab.
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Once upon a time, the Red Planet had lakes, or at least wetter conditions than it does today. The latest from our Curiosity Mars rover shows slabs of rock cross-hatched with shallow ridges that likely originated as cracks in drying mud, evidence of an ancient era when these sediments were deposited were. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/2iEWPeq
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+Andrew Lowe it's just a rock from formation
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Success! Our OSIRIS-REx spacecraft on its two-year journey to the asteroid Bennu aced its first deep space maneuver, which resulted in a 964 miles per hour (431 meters per second) change in velocity. Get the details: http://go.nasa.gov/2jw7TP6
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Great job you all! Congrats for the successful maneuver! Exciting things happening all the time.
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Introduction

NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To do that, thousands of people have been working around the world and in space for more than 50 years, trying to answer some basic questions. What's out there in space? How do we get there? What will we find? What can we learn there -- or learn just by trying to get there -- that will make life better here on Earth?


NASA's work is diverse: proving flight technologies; creating capabilities for sustainable human and robotic exploration; exploring Earth, the solar system and the universe beyond; developing critical enabling technologies such as the space shuttle; and conducting science in orbit aboard the International Space Station. With NASA you can explore the universe and discover Earth. 
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