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NatureNET @NatureNETzzz
Asteroid To Pass Earth On March 5th; NASA Confirms No Threat, details: buff.ly/1Vw5Vb7 pic.twitter.com/Md3k78Uu8m
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URL Engadget NASA gets inundated with astronaut applications NASA has to sift through 18,300 resumes to find the most promising applicants for its open astronaut positions.
URL NASA Record Number of Americans Apply to #BeAnAstronaut at NASA More than 18,300 people applied to join NASA’s 2017 astronaut class, almost three times the number of applications received in 2012 for the most recent astronaut class, and far surpassing the previous record of 8,000 in 1978.
ABC News @ABC
NASA astronaut @StationCDRKelly shares incredible image from Int'l Space Station #YearInSpace pic.twitter.com/4Vl7v1fvqo
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The New York Times @nytimes
If you applied to be a NASA astronaut, good luck! You're probably going to need it. nyti.ms/21htjga pic.twitter.com/AcMygDWuFD
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NASA @NASA
It's a diamond in the dust! @NASA_Hubble spots a young forming star is its adolescent phase: go.nasa.gov/1QrLhuO pic.twitter.com/6hBWhCGAoT
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ABC News @ABC
Record-breaking 18,300 Americans apply to be NASA astronauts: abcn.ws/1PZCriq pic.twitter.com/CERajlLkpC
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CNN @CNN
.@NASA said it got a record 18,300 applications for its astronaut candidate training program cnn.it/1KwIHkP pic.twitter.com/rb9t4fnrcH
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URL CNNMoney NASA gets record number of astronaut applications NASA announced on Friday that it had received a record 18,300 astronaut applications for its next class.
NASA @NASA
In honor of #PresidentsDay, here’s the Washington, DC area as seen from @Space_Station: go.nasa.gov/1QhjrBk pic.twitter.com/0JY8t1RrMg
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Mark Kelly @ShuttleCDRKelly
.@NASA’s hiring: Here’s why you should apply. Spoiler: The office comes with a great view! bit.ly/1PX2OJ4 pic.twitter.com/Zy42KpuP23
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NASA Marshall @NASA_Marshall
From our control room, we watched @StationCDRKelly harvest #Valentines zinnias we helped him grow on @Space_Station. pic.twitter.com/czCgLQN12l
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Forbes @Forbes
Jupiter's Great Red Spot is as tall as Earth and almost three times as wide onforb.es/1Qsilg6 via @Quora pic.twitter.com/3aIzwyLQ2a
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