Low Earth Orbit
Joined on 20 December, 2012
I love sunrises and sunsets. Can you see the bands of color? They remind me of the scripture in Psalm 30, “weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” It seems darkest just before sunrise. I wish you all love and light. Goodnight from the @Space_Station.
Livestream our 107th Virtual Global Founders’ Day Celebration on Jan 9, 2021 at 12 PM EST on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter!
Click one of the links below to watch the event live.
The NASA Vision is to Reach for New Heights to Reveal the Unknown for the Benefit of Humankind. Phi Beta Sigma’s motto is Culture for Service, Service for Humanity. We will discuss how we strive to live up to those high ideals and our legacy of service. Stay tuned for #Sigma107!
What we learn from low Earth orbit will pave the way for future exploration! Current space station resident @AstroVicGlover will be a member of the @NASAArtemis team of astronauts who will help pave the way for our next human missions to the Moon:
The @SpaceX #Dragon resupply ship blasts off from @NASAKennedy to the space station where it will arrive Monday at 1:30pm ET delivering over 6.400 pounds of supplies, equipment, and materials to support a variety of science research and experiments.
Congrats on a great launch & insertion! Come on Dragon!
"Keep shining, graduates. From up here, your futures look very bright."
Our commencement keynote was delivered by @NASA astronaut and Cal Poly alumnus @AstroVicGlover, from the @Space_Station orbiting 250 miles above Earth! 🌎
Full video on our Facebook #CalPolyInSpace
Congratulations 2020 graduates, your resilience is inspirational!
Awesome experience speaking with @AstroVicGlover while he was on the International Space Station. @nmaahc and @airandspacemuseum are setting bar high. This was definitely one of the most memorable moments of my life- all from the comfort of my living room. @mkelsey36 & Beth too!
Thank you sister @sherylunderwood! Have I got some stories for you. We’ve got some serious catching up to do...
Due to poor weather in the recovery area for today’s attempt, now targeting Sunday, December 6 at 11:17 a.m. EST for launch of CRS-21
🔬What science is happening on @Space_Station?
🌎 What does Earth look like from space?
🍔 Do astronauts play with their food in space?
Tune in to @NASA TV on Dec. 3 at 12:50 pm ET as @AstroVicGlover answers these Smithsonian @STEMin30 student questions!
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