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#NASASocial [NASA Hangout on Air] Full length Sept. 5 2013 Google + Hangout Ceres Series: Part II - Great Expectations: In an awesome compliment to the first hangout, Destination Ceres: Icy World Revealed?, Dr. Katie Dyl and Dr. Andrew Rivkin were the stars of our September 5th G+ Hangout with CosmoQuest. Both are experts on water and ice in the early solar system. If you were not able to join the hangout, watch the YouTube archive above as Katie and Andy help us unders... http://ow.ly/2M7gy6

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#NASASocial NASA Media Accreditation Open for Next SpaceX Station Resupply Mission Launch http://ow.ly/2DEykW

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#NASASocial NASA Astronaut Shares Space Workouts, Joins Elite Athletes for Google+ Hangout http://ow.ly/2DvvpL

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#NASASocial NASA Opens Media Accreditation For TDRS-L Launch http://ow.ly/2BZQOT

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#NASASocial [NASA Hangout on Air] Google+ Hangout with NASA's Cassini Solstice Mission to Saturn: NASA hosted a Google+ Hangout to discuss extraordinary new images of Saturn taken by the Cassini spacecraft. Participants in the hangout learned what's ahead in the next few years of the Cassini mission from panelists Kunio Sayanagi, Cassini imaging team associate, Hampton University, VA., Carolyn Porco, Cassini imaging team lead, Space Science Institute, Boulder, CO., Lin... http://ow.ly/2BWGBb

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#NASASocial NASA Holds Google+ Hangout on Cassini's Findings at Saturn http://ow.ly/2BV2fK

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#NASASocial [NASA Hangout on Air] Google+ Hangout NASA's Mars Atmosphere Volatile EvolutioN MAVEN: NASA's social media followers were given an insider's look at America's space program and the opportunity to learn about the upcoming launch of NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Participants heard first-hand accounts of the mission development and research goals from the MAVEN science and engineering teams from NA... http://ow.ly/2BrA4P

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#NASASocial NASA Opens Media Accreditation for December Orbital Sciences Cargo Resupply Mission to International Space Station
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