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A new shipment of cargo for the International Space Station took flight aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket July 18 and the rocket’s spent first stage flew back to a successful landing. Meanwhile, the company’s Dragon spacecraft continued on its path, carrying almost 5,000 pounds, including the Biomolecule Sequencer and Phase-Change Heat Exchanger science payloads and the International Docking Adapter.
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Tremendously interesting. What I find most meaningful other than the essential results of scientific testing is the fact that the ISS will help our planet have another level of diplomatic relations that deals with cognitive compassion that completely different than international negotiations where some issues end up more complicated and threatening in dangers to the peoples in the area that has the greatest concerns. I realize it sounds as though I am speaking of two worlds but not at all from those scientists who see the different perspective of space cooperation and with me, I have always followed NASA and KENNEDY more so just for true sentimental reasons of the fact that John F. Kennedy perhaps was the United States first president who took the results of NASA extremely serious and that is my reason for going along with all perspectives but focusing on America and where we began with Kennedy operations.
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NASA is inviting social media users to apply for credentials to see the progress being made on sending humans to Mars. Visit NASA in-person on Aug. 18 at the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Louisiana, and at the Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, for behind the scenes tours and to see the mighty RS-25 engine test firing. Learn more here:
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so many thomas. Kudo NASA
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KSC accomplishments last week, see the installation of Platform G inside the Vehicle Assembly Building where it will be used for the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft processing. Also, the SAGE III instrument is working through processing before it is launched later this year to the International Space Station. It will be connected to the orbiting laboratory to collect data about Earth's atmosphere.
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hi sir how are you sir im bear grylls.
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NASA's Journey to Mars will require groundbreaking technologies and solutions to many complex problems. For a pair of NASA scientists at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, an idea to help make that trip possible began with simply "wanting to understand why."
Scientists' Innovation Began With 'Wanting to Understand Why'
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Juno at Jupiter: Watch live today at noon ET here:
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NASA's Juno Spacecraft will be arriving at Jupiter tomorrow. Lean more about the mission here:
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hi sir how are you sir,
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Have them in circles
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Installation of new work platforms for NASA’s Space Launch System rocket and the journey to Mars reached the halfway point this week inside the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center. Learn more here:
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At 3pm ET: Hear all about 'What's On Board' the SpaceX ‪#‎Dragon‬ launching tonight to the International Space Station. Watch & learn:

Learn more about the science & research cargo on board:…/research/news/crs9_cargo
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Miriam Ratner I left my name out. Going to launchva dragon. 
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Smart soaring: NASA KSC offers command and control capabilities for flight and ground systems to commercial, academic and government partners. Find out how we can help you:
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NASA helped kick-start diversity in employment opportunities. Learn more:
NASA Helped Kick-start Diversity in Employment Opportunities
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Happy #IndependenceDay from Kennedy Space Center! May your 4th of July be out of this world!
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This week Inside KSC, watch the preparations underway for the OSIRIS-REx schedule to launch in September. Also, the Kennedy-launched Juno spacecraft is to arrive this Independence Day at Jupiter to study the solar system's largest planet in unprecedented detail.
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Our nation's gateway to exploring, discovering and understanding our universe.
NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center has helped set the stage for America’s adventure in space for more than four decades. The spaceport has served as the departure gate for every American manned mission and hundreds of advanced scientific spacecraft. From the early days of Project Mercury to the space shuttle and International Space Station, from the Hubble Space Telescope to the Mars Exploration Rovers, the center enjoys a rich heritage in its vital role as NASA’s processing and launch center . As the nation embarks on a new chapter in space exploration, Kennedy will continue to make history.