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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NASA and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 hours
Average replies
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Average retweets
622
Average likes
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Tweets with photos
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Tweets with videos
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NASA
4 hours ago
We are saddened by the recent death of Apollo-era astronaut Dr. Philip K. Chapman. The first Australian-born American astronaut, he was selected to be a member of Astronaut Group 6, and served as a mission scientist for the Apollo 14 missions: https://t.co/CbSoXOd8Sp https://t.co/8W0gY44FJH

We are saddened by the recent death of Apollo-era astronaut Dr. Philip K. Chapman. The first Australian-born American astronaut, he was selected to be a member of Astronaut Group 6, and served as a mission scientist for the Apollo 14 missions: https://t.co/CbSoXOd8Sp https://t.co/8W0gY44FJH

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A @Commercial_Crew update: the four astronauts set to launch April 22 on NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 mission have entered their official quarantine period. This is a routine part of the final preparations for all missions to the @Space_Station. More: https://t.co/FCAtJ6D5na https://t.co/6iTLWNdpS6

A @Commercial_Crew update: the four astronauts set to launch April 22 on NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 mission have entered their official quarantine period. This is a routine part of the final preparations for all missions to the @Space_Station. More: https://t.co/FCAtJ6D5na https://t.co/6iTLWNdpS6

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NASA
6 hours ago
Kate Rubins of @NASA_Astronauts and her two cosmonaut crew mates begin their voyage home on Friday, April 16. See the full schedule of live NASA TV coverage of Soyuz hatch closure, undocking, and landing: https://t.co/JZmoHbY3vv https://t.co/eNgW8RxgZA

Kate Rubins of @NASA_Astronauts and her two cosmonaut crew mates begin their voyage home on Friday, April 16. See the full schedule of live NASA TV coverage of Soyuz hatch closure, undocking, and landing: https://t.co/JZmoHbY3vv https://t.co/eNgW8RxgZA

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NASA
7 hours ago
During her time in space, Kate Rubins of @NASA_Astronauts spent hundreds of hours working on experiments that help benefit our understanding of life on Earth. As her journey comes to a close, learn about Rubins' research-filled stay on the @Space_Station: https://t.co/r0hVRkWNj4 https://t.co/gGGSLHViDU

During her time in space, Kate Rubins of @NASA_Astronauts spent hundreds of hours working on experiments that help benefit our understanding of life on Earth. As her journey comes to a close, learn about Rubins' research-filled stay on the @Space_Station: https://t.co/r0hVRkWNj4 https://t.co/gGGSLHViDU

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NASA
9 hours ago
Research on the @Space_station helps us understand our home planet.

Curious to know how?

Make a video with your Earth science question using #AskNASA to submit, or upload on https://t.co/4IkUCQNmU3, & you may have it answered live from space on 4/22! https://t.co/Mp6YdlW4R3

Research on the @Space_station helps us understand our home planet. Curious to know how? Make a video with your Earth science question using #AskNASA to submit, or upload on https://t.co/4IkUCQNmU3, & you may have it answered live from space on 4/22! https://t.co/Mp6YdlW4R3

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¡Nuevo episodio de Los martes de Marte! Hoy te ofrecemos un detallado resumen del despliegue y las pruebas que llevó a cabo el #MarsHelicopter Ingenuity del sol 30 al sol 48. También hablamos sobre el clima meteorológico marciano. #JuntosPerseveramos 
📺 https://t.co/WmxSerR3Uc https://t.co/Rg29ByPt84

¡Nuevo episodio de Los martes de Marte! Hoy te ofrecemos un detallado resumen del despliegue y las pruebas que llevó a cabo el #MarsHelicopter Ingenuity del sol 30 al sol 48. También hablamos sobre el clima meteorológico marciano. #JuntosPerseveramos 📺 https://t.co/WmxSerR3Uc https://t.co/Rg29ByPt84

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NASA
12 hours ago
It’s #BlackHoleWeek. Take a journey inside a black hole with our Curious Universe podcast, without even leaving your house! 

In this episode, we'll guide you into the bizarre and extreme nature of black holes. 

🎧 Listen: https://t.co/HdleQeFhIq https://t.co/gmZg5wTAe3

It’s #BlackHoleWeek. Take a journey inside a black hole with our Curious Universe podcast, without even leaving your house! In this episode, we'll guide you into the bizarre and extreme nature of black holes. 🎧 Listen: https://t.co/HdleQeFhIq https://t.co/gmZg5wTAe3

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Are you free today, April 13 from 2:30-5 p.m. ET? 
Join us for Ignite the Night Aeronautics ✈️  – a virtual pitch competition showcasing innovations from 10 emerging aeronautics #entrepreneurs across the U.S.

ℹ️Here's how to watch: https://t.co/KmBHvS3zTM https://t.co/txWEQ5Xakw

Are you free today, April 13 from 2:30-5 p.m. ET? Join us for Ignite the Night Aeronautics ✈️ – a virtual pitch competition showcasing innovations from 10 emerging aeronautics #entrepreneurs across the U.S. ℹ️Here's how to watch: https://t.co/KmBHvS3zTM https://t.co/txWEQ5Xakw

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a day ago
News from the Red Planet: The Ingenuity #MarsHelicopter continues to be healthy, and work progresses towards its first flight on Mars. A detailed timeline for rescheduling is still in process. Details: https://t.co/V0Z0Wa6m3q https://t.co/zyjK5GM52R

News from the Red Planet: The Ingenuity #MarsHelicopter continues to be healthy, and work progresses towards its first flight on Mars. A detailed timeline for rescheduling is still in process. Details: https://t.co/V0Z0Wa6m3q https://t.co/zyjK5GM52R

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a day ago
🌀 Lurking in the inky void of space, black holes pose a challenge to study. But, this hasn’t stopped the fascination from astronomers. During #BlackHoleWeek, we’re uncovering some of the ways scientists are able to “see” black holes: https://t.co/SrTVKz6rxz https://t.co/liVEjwFlDV

🌀 Lurking in the inky void of space, black holes pose a challenge to study. But, this hasn’t stopped the fascination from astronomers. During #BlackHoleWeek, we’re uncovering some of the ways scientists are able to “see” black holes: https://t.co/SrTVKz6rxz https://t.co/liVEjwFlDV

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We’re taking a page from the best nature guide books and bringing you a Field Guide to Black Holes this week. Check back each day for a new page in the book. 
First up? The basic black hole. https://t.co/UPyLnFwPAE

We’re taking a page from the best nature guide books and bringing you a Field Guide to Black Holes this week. Check back each day for a new page in the book. First up? The basic black hole. https://t.co/UPyLnFwPAE

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NASA
a day ago
On this International Day of Human Space Flight, we look forward to launch of the first @Commercial_Crew mission to fly two international partner astronauts. 

NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 is scheduled for liftoff April 22: https://t.co/GLmPhEKtyj https://t.co/sou4TwMy3e

On this International Day of Human Space Flight, we look forward to launch of the first @Commercial_Crew mission to fly two international partner astronauts. NASA's @SpaceX Crew-2 is scheduled for liftoff April 22: https://t.co/GLmPhEKtyj https://t.co/sou4TwMy3e

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Today we commemorate International Day of Human Spaceflight! This year we also celebrate 30 years of friendship between the US and Kazakhstan. We recognize Kazakhstan’s crucial role in space exploration and being the Space Gate for dozens of @NASA missions. #USKZ30 https://t.co/8OcJyyQmml

Today we commemorate International Day of Human Spaceflight! This year we also celebrate 30 years of friendship between the US and Kazakhstan. We recognize Kazakhstan’s crucial role in space exploration and being the Space Gate for dozens of @NASA missions. #USKZ30 https://t.co/8OcJyyQmml

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Today is the fortieth anniversary of STS-1: the first orbital spaceflight of @NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. 🚀 

The powerful RS-25 engines, which will propel @NASA_SLS on #Artemis missions to the Moon, were originally designed for the space shuttle. More: https://t.co/WeXOj9R0iy https://t.co/b4MBN1r0tK

Today is the fortieth anniversary of STS-1: the first orbital spaceflight of @NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. 🚀 The powerful RS-25 engines, which will propel @NASA_SLS on #Artemis missions to the Moon, were originally designed for the space shuttle. More: https://t.co/WeXOj9R0iy https://t.co/b4MBN1r0tK

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FAO
2 days ago
🎉On this #HumanSpaceFlight day, we are thrilled to announce that @ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet is @FAO's new Goodwill Ambassador!

Welcome on board, @Thom_astro! 

We are proud to make our partnership official & grateful for your efforts to ensure a healthier planet for all. https://t.co/sHQljRaImm

🎉On this #HumanSpaceFlight day, we are thrilled to announce that @ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet is @FAO's new Goodwill Ambassador! Welcome on board, @Thom_astro! We are proud to make our partnership official & grateful for your efforts to ensure a healthier planet for all. https://t.co/sHQljRaImm

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NASA
2 days ago
April 12 is the International Day of Human Space Flight. 60 years ago, Yuri Gagarin had his first historic flight into the cosmos. As we reflect on his accomplishment today, we look ahead to the future of human space flight as we prepare to send humans back to the Moon. https://t.co/RR0O5wrr9W

April 12 is the International Day of Human Space Flight. 60 years ago, Yuri Gagarin had his first historic flight into the cosmos. As we reflect on his accomplishment today, we look ahead to the future of human space flight as we prepare to send humans back to the Moon. https://t.co/RR0O5wrr9W

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I didn’t think the views could get any better, then my crewmate @Astro_Soichi took this night timelapse from Resilience and I was blown away. https://t.co/2aKD9bgzJ4

I didn’t think the views could get any better, then my crewmate @Astro_Soichi took this night timelapse from Resilience and I was blown away. https://t.co/2aKD9bgzJ4

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2 days ago
#OTD 40 years ago, the first space shuttle mission lifted off with @NASA_Astronauts John Young and Bob Crippen aboard.

With 10 years of design and development, the shuttle was the first of its kind — a reusable vehicle for travel to low-Earth orbit: https://t.co/XHV1QTkXuu https://t.co/JC5KsylY19

#OTD 40 years ago, the first space shuttle mission lifted off with @NASA_Astronauts John Young and Bob Crippen aboard. With 10 years of design and development, the shuttle was the first of its kind — a reusable vehicle for travel to low-Earth orbit: https://t.co/XHV1QTkXuu https://t.co/JC5KsylY19

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