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  • RT @NASASolarSystem: How close will the @NASAJuno spacecraft get to Jupiter? The answer might surprise you.
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  • RT @NASAJuno: With twice the water of all Earth's oceans combined, is #Europa inhabited?
  • Seems like not enough
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  • New global maps of Enceladus and Saturn's other ice moons. ---> https://t.co/CJMrmbIQxJ
  • RT @NASASolarSystem: Spacecraft at Mars reveal the effects of last month's #MarsComet flyby.
  • New global maps of Enceladus and Saturn's other ice moons. https://t.co/0akB95YcKe
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  • RT @NASAhistory: #Today in 1981, Venera 14 launched to study the atmosphere & surface of Venus
  • RT @NASAhistory: #Today in 1958, lunar orbiter Pioneer 2 launched, but never made it out of Earth’s orbit
  • #Today in 1968, Pioneer 9, one of the 1st solar-monitoring satellites, launched
  • How close will the @NASAJuno spacecraft get to Jupiter? The answer might surprise you.
  • #Today in 1973, @NASA launches Mariner 10, the 1st spacecraft to study Mercury
  • RT @NASASolarSystem: Hubble catches the moon Ganymede casting a shadow on the Great Red Spot. More about Jupiter: ht…
  • @Faisalfxa @AdelHull12 ممكن :) لأن المسافة بين الأرض والشمس 149,597,900 km
  • RT @NASAJuno: A cool interactive to visualize where the #Galileo spacecraft explored:
  • RT @NASASolarSystem: Sunlight glints off hydrocarbon seas on Saturn's moon Titan.
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  • RT @ZeroGravityKyle: Cassini Sees Sunny Seas on Titan #astronomy #space #宇宙 via @Heavenlybot
  • RT @Heavenlybot: Cassini Gets New Views of Titan's Land of Lakes #astronomy #space #宇宙
  • RT @Heavenlybot: Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) Captures Images of LADEE's Impact Crater check this out, very co…
  • Cassini Sees Sunny Seas on Titan #astronomy #space #宇宙 via @Heavenlybot
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  • Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) Captures Images of LADEE's Impact Crater check this out, very cool
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  • RT @freecloud55: Neptune is interesting because it has more water and oxygen than any other place in t solar system.
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  • RT @airandspace: TDIH 2006: last contact w/Mars Global Surveyor, ending mission after 9-years of observing Mars:
  • TDIH 2006: last contact w/Mars Global Surveyor, ending mission after 9-years of observing Mars:
  • RT @EvansTraceyJ: Saturn's polar vortex as seen by the Cassini spacecraft. https://t.co/pOuM9iSWUv
  • RT @NASASolarSystem: What has MAVEN seen so far at Mars? NASA hosts a news briefing Oct. 14 at 2 pm EDT.