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View birdseyedronesfl's Instagram What a launch! Glad we got scrubbed yesterday as the sky was much clearer today and the lens didn't get foggy 🚀Great job as always, @ulalaunch sending their #AtlasV in 401 configuration carrying the SBIRS-GEO 3 satellite to orbit. #spacecoast #photographer #photography #usaf #airforce #lockheedmartin #florida #capecanaveral #rocket #rocketlaunch #space #nasa #longexposure #atlas #spacex #orbitalatk #longexposurephotography #spacephotography #nikond3200 #nikon #dslr #nikonphotography #floridalife #lucky #breathtaking #cocoabeachpier #cocoabeach 1432329698293363867_2227993022

What a launch! Glad we got scrubbed yesterday as the sky was much clearer today and the lens didn't get foggy 🚀Great job as always, @ulalaunch sending their #atlasvin 401 configuration carrying the SBIRS-GEO 3 satellite to orbit. #spacecoast #photographer #photography #usaf #airforce #lockheedmartin #florida #capecanaveral #rocket #rocketlaunch #space #nasa #longexposure #atlas #spacex #orbitalatk #longexposurephotography #spacephotography #nikond3200 #nikon #dslr #nikonphotography #floridalife #lucky #breathtaking #cocoabeachpier #cocoabeach

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View poohammer's Instagram A screen cap I took of a post submitted today by @europeanspaceagency for #tbt, of video the Mars Express orbiter took which shows off an alignment with Jupiter and Mars' moon, Phobos. (2011) Pretty amazing stuff!
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@germanaerospacecenter #NASA #space #satellite #instagramers #instagram #instagood #beautiful #ESA #orbitalatk #jpl #spacehashtagsforErrybodyyyy #mars #jupiter #phonos #moon #alignment 1431386777557572291_237866578

A screen cap I took of a post submitted today by @europeanspaceagency for #tbt, of video the Mars Express orbiter took which shows off an alignment with Jupiter and Mars' moon, Phobos. (2011) Pretty amazing stuff! _____________________________________________________________ @germanaerospacecenter #nasa #space #satellite #instagramers #instagram #instagood #beautiful #esa #orbitalatk #jpl #spacehashtagsforerrybodyyyy #mars #jupiter #phonos #moon #alignment

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View birdseyedronesfl's Instagram "Look ma, no solids." Close up view of the base of @ulalaunch #AtlasV in 401 configuration carrying the SBIRS-GEO 3 satellite to orbit. Launch scheduled for 7:46 PM tonight, don't forget to look up! #spacecoast #photographer #photography #usaf #airforce #lockheedmartin #florida #capecanaveral #rocket #rocketlaunch #space #nasa #401 #atlas #spacex #orbitalatk #goatlas #spacephotography #nikond3200 #nikon #dslr #nikonphotography #floridalife #lucky #breathtaking #lookatthatview #lookup 1431289912422072875_2227993022

"Look ma, no solids." Close up view of the base of @ulalaunch #atlasvin 401 configuration carrying the SBIRS-GEO 3 satellite to orbit. Launch scheduled for 7:46 PM tonight, don't forget to look up! #spacecoast #photographer #photography #usaf #airforce #lockheedmartin #florida #capecanaveral #rocket #rocketlaunch #space #nasa #401 #atlas #spacex #orbitalatk #goatlas #spacephotography #nikond3200 #nikon #dslr #nikonphotography #floridalife #lucky #breathtaking #lookatthatview #lookup

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View astrobiological's Instagram Though I wish for our species to have expanded to the moon by now for the many obvious benefits to mankind and his technologies that would derive, I am ecstatic at the amount of progress achieved in such little time by Elon musks' SpaceX and by many other companies involved in our slow but steady space exploration age. When we finally push to mars, and it is shown to us what we are capable of as an ingenious and intuitive species, perhaps then will we realize the importance of the sciences, the expansion of our kind into the cosmos and the insignificance of all we commonly indulge ourselves in now! #spacex #Astronomy #astrobiological #space #mars #elonmusk #spaceship #biology #science #astrophysics #physics #engineering #falconheavy #falcon9 #moon #orbitalatk #nasa #aliens #alien #atheist #atheism #extraterrestrial #tardigrade #microbiology 
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Though I wish for our species to have expanded to the moon by now for the many obvious benefits to mankind and his technologies that would derive, I am ecstatic at the amount of progress achieved in such little time by Elon musks' SpaceX and by many other companies involved in our slow but steady space exploration age. When we finally push to mars, and it is shown to us what we are capable of as an ingenious and intuitive species, perhaps then will we realize the importance of the sciences, the expansion of our kind into the cosmos and the insignificance of all we commonly indulge ourselves in now! #spacex #astronomy #astrobiological #space #mars #elonmusk #spaceship #biology #science #astrophysics #physics #engineering #falconheavy #falcon9 #moon #orbitalatk #nasa #aliens #alien #atheist #atheism #extraterrestrial #tardigrade #microbiology PC:(space.com)(spaceX)

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View astrodanamics's Instagram Orbital ATK's Cygnus cargo craft being captured by the robotic arm of the ISS. 
#NASA #OrbitalATK #cygnus #cargo #nature #science #engineering #physics #astronomy #earth #planet #clouds #ocean #water #robot #arm #capture  #follow #followme #followforfollow #f4f #l4l 1430037173608040833_3509651935

Orbital ATK's Cygnus cargo craft being captured by the robotic arm of the ISS. #nasa #OrbitalATK #cygnus #cargo #nature #science #engineering #physics #astronomy #earth #planet #clouds #ocean #water #robot #arm #capture #follow #followme #followforfollow #f4f #l4l

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View miss_lyss98's Instagram Terrible lighting but great movie. Thanks #orbitalatk for allowing us to go see #hiddenfigures on Thursday, and thanks Dad for letting me be your date! 🚀#martinlutherkingjrday 1429372564622348174_293587672

Terrible lighting but great movie. Thanks #orbitalatk for allowing us to go see #hiddenfigureson Thursday, and thanks Dad for letting me be your date! 🚀 #martinlutherkingjrday

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View astromahi's Instagram regram @astrobiological
This image makes the two points of light(which are two individual stars) seem like they're close to the two galaxies on the left when in fact they aren't close to one another at all! The two most prominently shining stars seen on the left hand side of the picture are within our own galaxy. The two galaxies are about 300million light years from us. Their blotchy imaging is due to their gravitational bind as a result of their distance from one another. They're pretty close at about 100,000 light years away from each other. Their tides of gravity are very strong and will eventually pull the two galaxies so close together that they become one! This scenario entails a fate similar to our own. We are on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy(m31). Too bad we won't be around to see the process! #Astrobiological #nasa #astronomy #physics #orbitalatk #neildegrassetyson #richardfeynman #einstein #biology #spacex #elonmusk #atheism #science #space #mars #atheist #moon #chemistry #engineer #tesla 
#moonexpress 
image credit and copy right:Wolfgang Reis/Stefan Heutz (Astrokooperation) //NASA 1426719010933707339_3485248394

regram @astrobiological This image makes the two points of light(which are two individual stars) seem like they're close to the two galaxies on the left when in fact they aren't close to one another at all! The two most prominently shining stars seen on the left hand side of the picture are within our own galaxy. The two galaxies are about 300million light years from us. Their blotchy imaging is due to their gravitational bind as a result of their distance from one another. They're pretty close at about 100,000 light years away from each other. Their tides of gravity are very strong and will eventually pull the two galaxies so close together that they become one! This scenario entails a fate similar to our own. We are on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy(m31). Too bad we won't be around to see the process! #astrobiological #nasa #astronomy #physics #orbitalatk #neildegrassetyson #richardfeynman #einstein #biology #spacex #elonmusk #atheism #science #space #mars #atheist #moon #chemistry #engineer #tesla #moonexpress image credit and copy right:Wolfgang Reis/Stefan Heutz (Astrokooperation) //NASA

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View smsharaf's Instagram @Regrann from @astrobiological: This image makes the two points of light(which are two individual stars) seem like they're close to the two galaxies on the left when in fact they aren't close to one another at all! The two most prominently shining stars seen on the left hand side of the picture are within our own galaxy. The two galaxies are about 300million light years from us. Their blotchy imaging is due to their gravitational bind as a result of their distance from one another. They're pretty close at about 100,000 light years away from each other. Their tides of gravity are very strong and will eventually pull the two galaxies so close together that they become one! This scenario entails a fate similar to our own. We are on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy(m31). Too bad we won't be around to see the process! #Astrobiological #nasa #astronomy #physics #orbitalatk #neildegrassetyson #richardfeynman #einstein #biology #spacex #elonmusk #atheism #science #space #mars #atheist #moon #chemistry #engineer #tesla 
#moonexpress 
image credit and copy right:Wolfgang Reis/Stefan Heutz (Astrokooperation) //NASA - via #Regrann #repost 1426519065265973262_1290527457

@Regrann from @astrobiological: This image makes the two points of light(which are two individual stars) seem like they're close to the two galaxies on the left when in fact they aren't close to one another at all! The two most prominently shining stars seen on the left hand side of the picture are within our own galaxy. The two galaxies are about 300million light years from us. Their blotchy imaging is due to their gravitational bind as a result of their distance from one another. They're pretty close at about 100,000 light years away from each other. Their tides of gravity are very strong and will eventually pull the two galaxies so close together that they become one! This scenario entails a fate similar to our own. We are on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy(m31). Too bad we won't be around to see the process! #astrobiological #nasa #astronomy #physics #orbitalatk #neildegrassetyson #richardfeynman #einstein #biology #spacex #elonmusk #atheism #science #space #mars #atheist #moon #chemistry #engineer #tesla #moonexpress image credit and copy right:Wolfgang Reis/Stefan Heutz (Astrokooperation) //NASA - via #regrann #repost

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View astrobiological's Instagram This image makes the two points of light(which are two individual stars) seem like they're close to the two galaxies on the left when in fact they aren't close to one another at all! The two most prominently shining stars seen on the left hand side of the picture are within our own galaxy. The two galaxies are about 300million light years from us. Their blotchy imaging is due to their gravitational bind as a result of their distance from one another. They're pretty close at about 100,000 light years away from each other. Their tides of gravity are very strong and will eventually pull the two galaxies so close together that they become one! This scenario entails a fate similar to our own. We are on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy(m31). Too bad we won't be around to see the process! #Astrobiological #nasa #astronomy #physics #orbitalatk #neildegrassetyson #richardfeynman #einstein #biology #spacex #elonmusk #atheism #science #space #mars #atheist #moon #chemistry #engineer #tesla 
#moonexpress 
image credit and copy right:Wolfgang Reis/Stefan Heutz (Astrokooperation) //NASA 1426445954814355331_1472105260

This image makes the two points of light(which are two individual stars) seem like they're close to the two galaxies on the left when in fact they aren't close to one another at all! The two most prominently shining stars seen on the left hand side of the picture are within our own galaxy. The two galaxies are about 300million light years from us. Their blotchy imaging is due to their gravitational bind as a result of their distance from one another. They're pretty close at about 100,000 light years away from each other. Their tides of gravity are very strong and will eventually pull the two galaxies so close together that they become one! This scenario entails a fate similar to our own. We are on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy(m31). Too bad we won't be around to see the process! #astrobiological #nasa #astronomy #physics #orbitalatk #neildegrassetyson #richardfeynman #einstein #biology #spacex #elonmusk #atheism #science #space #mars #atheist #moon #chemistry #engineer #tesla #moonexpress image credit and copy right:Wolfgang Reis/Stefan Heutz (Astrokooperation) //NASA

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View plc666's Instagram #repost from @explorenasa
The Orbital ATK Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard, is seen on launch Pad-0A during sunrise, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Orbital ATK’s sixth contracted cargo resupply mission with NASA to the International Space Station (@ISS) will deliver over 5,100 pounds of science and research, crew supplies and vehicle hardware to the orbital laboratory and its crew. 
Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

#NASA #orbitalATK #sunrise #Virginia #spacestation #launch"}}]}, "platform": "web 1426015631564014697_3308827843

#repostfrom @explorenasa The Orbital ATK Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard, is seen on launch Pad-0A during sunrise, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Orbital ATK’s sixth contracted cargo resupply mission with NASA to the International Space Station (@ISS) will deliver over 5,100 pounds of science and research, crew supplies and vehicle hardware to the orbital laboratory and its crew. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls #nasa #orbitalATK #sunrise #virginia #spacestation #launch"}}]}, "platform": "web

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View explorenasa's Instagram The Orbital ATK Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard, is seen on launch Pad-0A during sunrise, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Orbital ATK’s sixth contracted cargo resupply mission with NASA to the International Space Station (@ISS) will deliver over 5,100 pounds of science and research, crew supplies and vehicle hardware to the orbital laboratory and its crew. 
Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

#NASA #orbitalATK #sunrise #Virginia #spacestation #launch 1425644414420509555_1104426670

The Orbital ATK Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard, is seen on launch Pad-0A during sunrise, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Orbital ATK’s sixth contracted cargo resupply mission with NASA to the International Space Station (@ISS) will deliver over 5,100 pounds of science and research, crew supplies and vehicle hardware to the orbital laboratory and its crew. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls #nasa #orbitalATK #sunrise #virginia #spacestation #launch

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View elliotsevern's Instagram NASA security barrier outside the Antares launch pad during the OA-5 mission in October.
#nasa #wallopsisland #antares #orbitalatk #rocket #space #cygnus #spaceflight #exploration 1424338668605503657_3285387696

NASA security barrier outside the Antares launch pad during the OA-5 mission in October. #nasa #wallopsisland #antares #orbitalatk #rocket #space #cygnus #spaceflight #exploration

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View 1sicws6's Instagram 110 foot long piece going on the trailer.  Honored to be a part of this #diamondheavyhaul #delaware #nasa #orbitalx #orbitalatk #space #rocket #winter #cantfeelmyhands 1424225095367066413_50996626

110 foot long piece going on the trailer. Honored to be a part of this #diamondheavyhaul #delaware #nasa #orbitalx #orbitalatk #space #rocket #winter #cantfeelmyhands

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View iamgtmb's Instagram On this day in 1968, an Orbital ATK STAR 37 motor, produced by teams in our Missile Products Division, successfully landed the 7th and final Surveyor flight on the moon. These unmanned lunar missions were designed to demonstrate the feasibility of soft landings on the lunar surface prior to the Apollo moon landing
Image & Text Credit #orbitalatk 1422632327951201951_3172880711

On this day in 1968, an Orbital ATK STAR 37 motor, produced by teams in our Missile Products Division, successfully landed the 7th and final Surveyor flight on the moon. These unmanned lunar missions were designed to demonstrate the feasibility of soft landings on the lunar surface prior to the Apollo moon landing Image & Text Credit #orbitalatk

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View junfranz59's Instagram regram @explorenasa
Wishing all a great weekend with a throwback to one of our favorite moments in 2016, the second and final qualification motor (QM-2) test for the Space Launch System’s booster (June 28, 2016 at Orbital ATK Propulsion Systems test facilities in Promontory, Utah.) During the Space Launch System flight the boosters will provide more than 75 percent of the thrust needed to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth, the first step on NASA’s Journey to Mars. 
Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

#NASA #tbt #throwback #SLS #SLSFiredUp #OrbitalATK @nasa_marshall #journeytomars 1422618006886283202_521982728

regram @explorenasa Wishing all a great weekend with a throwback to one of our favorite moments in 2016, the second and final qualification motor (QM-2) test for the Space Launch System’s booster (June 28, 2016 at Orbital ATK Propulsion Systems test facilities in Promontory, Utah.) During the Space Launch System flight the boosters will provide more than 75 percent of the thrust needed to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth, the first step on NASA’s Journey to Mars. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls #nasa #tbt #throwback #sls #slsfiredup #OrbitalATK @nasa_marshall #journeytomars

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View aeroflap's Instagram Será que o Booster do foguete/lançador SLS vai ter potência?

Será um dos foguetes mais potentes do mundo.

@Regrann from @explorenasa -  Wishing all a great weekend with a throwback to one of our favorite moments in 2016, the second and final qualification motor (QM-2) test for the Space Launch System’s booster (June 28, 2016 at Orbital ATK Propulsion Systems test facilities in Promontory, Utah.) During the Space Launch System flight the boosters will provide more than 75 percent of the thrust needed to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth, the first step on NASA’s Journey to Mars. 
Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

#NASA #tbt #throwback #SLS #SLSFiredUp #OrbitalATK @nasa_marshall #journeytomars #regrann 1422544448952385216_1631988008

Será que o Booster do foguete/lançador SLS vai ter potência? Será um dos foguetes mais potentes do mundo. @Regrann from @explorenasa - Wishing all a great weekend with a throwback to one of our favorite moments in 2016, the second and final qualification motor (QM-2) test for the Space Launch System’s booster (June 28, 2016 at Orbital ATK Propulsion Systems test facilities in Promontory, Utah.) During the Space Launch System flight the boosters will provide more than 75 percent of the thrust needed to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth, the first step on NASA’s Journey to Mars. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls #nasa #tbt #throwback #sls #slsfiredup #OrbitalATK @nasa_marshall #journeytomars #regrann

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