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Another day exploring the universe: planets, asteroids, comets, exoplanets and galaxies
Another day exploring the universe: planets, asteroids, comets, exoplanets and galaxies

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Look back on decades of robotic exploration and where NASA could be heading. Watch and chat live with us live on Thursday.

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Drops of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot give the atmosphere a layered appearance. https://go.nasa.gov/2KV5hV0
📸: NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter
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ASTERIA wins Small Satellite Mission of the Year Award. This CubeSat tests miniaturized technology for precisely measuring the brightness of stars. https://go.nasa.gov/2P9KXTg
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NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has observed the universe for fifteen years now. Join us for a talk on its history, engineering feats and discoveries: https://youtube.com/nasajpl/live
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A giant in the darkness

Jupiter emerges from the black to reveal tumultuous tempests in its northern hemisphere: https://go.nasa.gov/2nc70Mt

📸: NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter
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More than a dozen wildfires are burning in the state of California. NASA's MISR instrument imaged the Carr Fire and Ferguson Fire from space. https://go.nasa.gov/2mYw6hx
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🔴 LIVE Mars Party at Griffith Observatory
Celebrate the Red Planet’s closest approach for the next 17 years with All Space Considered & NASA experts https://youtube.com/nasajpl/live
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Mars won’t be this close to Earth until 2035.
Join the live viewing party Griffith Observatory tonight, 10:00pm–1:30am PDT https://youtube.com/nasajpl/live
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No telescope? No biggie.
Mars is almost at it closest approach till 2035 and you can spot it easily in the sky. Plus: join us and Griffith Observatory for live talks on Monday in person or online → https://go.nasa.gov/2vaZgxC
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What has +NASA done for you lately? More realistic gaming, for one. EA used our satellite maps to depict 28 real-life mountains.

Get NASA Earth science data to use in your projects: https://tmblr.co/Zz_Uqj2ZyG4LP
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