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NASA Social attendees are seen during a science panel discussion with Cassini project scientist at JPL, Linda Spilker, Cassini interdisciplinary Titan scientist at Cornell University, Jonathan Lunine, Cassini Composite Infrared Spectrometer(CIRS) Instrument deputy principle investigator Connor Nixon, and Cassini assistant project science systems engineer Morgan Cable, Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Since its arrival in 2004, the Cassini-Huygens mission has been a discovery machine, revolutionizing our knowledge of the Saturn system and captivating us with data and images never before obtained with such detail and clarity. On Sept. 15, 2017, operators will deliberately plunge the spacecraft into Saturn, as Cassini gathered science until the end. The “plunge” ensures Saturn’s moons will remain pristine for future exploration. During Cassini’s final days, mission team members from all around the world gathered at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, to celebrate the achievements of this historic mission.

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NASA en Español
Cuentas oficiales de la NASA en español.

NASA Centers & Facilities
These accounts offer news and updates from NASA research centers and facilities across the country.

Ames Research Center | Moffett Field, California

Armstrong Flight Research Center | Edwards, California

Glenn Research Center | Cleveland, Ohio

Goddard Space Flight Center | Greenbelt, Maryland

Goddard Institute for Space Studies | New York City, New York

Jet Propulsion Laboratory | Pasadena, California

Johnson Space Center | Houston, Texas

Katherine Johnson IV&V Facility | Fairmont, West Virginia

Kennedy Space Center | Kennedy Space Center, Florida

Langley Research Center | Hampton, Virginia

Marshall Space Flight Center | Huntsville, Alabama

Stennis Space Center | Stennis Space Center, Mississippi

Shared Services Center | Stennis Space Center, Mississippi

Wallops Flight Facility | Wallops Island, Virginia

Mission Directorates, Organizations & Programs
These accounts offer news and updates from NASA organizations, programs, and the five Mission Directorates – Aeronautics, Exploration Systems, Science, Space Operations, and Space Technology.

Academy of Program/Project & Engineering Leadership (APPEL)


Ames Research Center Fire and Emergency Services

Ames Research Center Strategic Partnership Office

Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET)

Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science Division (ARES)

Biological and Physical Sciences

Careers at NASA​

Centennial Challenges

Citizen Science



Environmental Management Division (EMD)​


Exploration & In-Space Services (NExIS)


Graphics and Visualization Lab (GVIS)​

Human Exploration Rover Challenge 

Jet Propulsion Laboratory Education Resources and Programs

Johnson Space Center’s Office of Education

Kennedy Space Center’s Swamp Works

Launch Services 

Laser Communications​

NASA 360

NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division​ (NAS)

NASA Astronauts

NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS)​


NASA History Division

NASA Internship Programs


NASA Science Space Place

NASA Social

NASA Spinoff

NASA Student Launch 


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) SciJinks

National Space Grant College and Fellowship Project​

Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)​

Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO)

Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)

Science Mission Directorate (SMD)

Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program 

Space Apps Challenge

Space Biology Program

Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) Program

Space Flight Awareness

Space Mission Operations Directorate

Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD)

STEM Engagement at NASA

Technology Development at Jet Propulsion Laboratory 

Technology Transfer Program 

Women @ NASA

Missions & Topics
These accounts offer news and updates from NASA’s missions in space exploration, scientific discovery, and aeronautics research.

Analog Missions and Field Testing

Applied Remote Sensing Training  (ARSET) Program​

Artemis Missions

Asteroid Watch​

Astrobiology at NASA

Chandra X-Ray Observatory


Commercial Crew Program

Cryospheric Sciences at NASA


Earth’s Atmosphere

Earth’s Moon

Earth Observatory

Earth Science Data Systems (ESDS) Program

Europa Clipper

Exoplanet Exploration

Exploration Ground Systems

Gateway Program

Haughton–Mars Project


Hubble Space Telescope

Human Research Program

International Space Station

James Webb Space Telescope

Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) Program 

Mars Curiosity Rover

Mars Exploration

​Mars Perseverance Rover

Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope

NASA and United States Geological Survey (USGS) Landsat Program

NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO)

NASA’s All Sky Fireball Network | Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO)

NASA’s Eyes

NASA Expeditions

Near Space Network (NSN)

New Horizons Mission

Orion Spacecraft

Planetary Missions Program

Project Morpheus 


Scientific Visualization Studio

Solar System Exploration

Space Launch System (SLS)

Universe Exploration

Voyager Program

NASA Leadership
The official accounts of current NASA leadership.

NASA Administrator Sen. Bill Nelson

NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy

NASA Associate Administrator James Free​

Science Mission Directorate Associate Administrator Dr. Nicky Fox

Johnson Space Center Director Vanessa E. Wyche

Official NASA Astronaut Social Media Accounts

Read the biographies of NASA astronauts eligible for flight assignment – including those who are not active on social media.

NASA Astronauts

Ayers, Nichole

Barron, Kayla

Berríos, Marcos | en español

Birch, Christina

Boe, Eric A.

Bresnik, Randolph J.

Burnham, Deniz

Cardman, Zena

Cassada, Josh A.

Chari, Raja

Douglas, Andre

Epps, Jeanette J.

Fincke, E. Michael

Glover, Victor J.

Hague, Tyler N.

Hathaway, Jack

Hines, Bob

Hoburg, Warren

Kim, Jonny

Koch, Christina H.

Lindgren, Kjell N.

Mann, Nicole Aunapu

McArthur, Megan

McClain, Anne C.

Meir, Jessica U.

Menon, Anil

Moghbeli, Jasmin

Morgan, Andrew R.

O’Hara, Loral

Pettit, Donald R.

Rubins, Kathleen

​Rubio, Frank

Tingle, Scott D.

Vande Hei, Mark T.

Watkins, Jessica

Wheelock, Douglas H.

Wilson, Stephanie D.

Williams, Christopher L.

Williams, Sunita L.

Wiseman, G. Reid

Wittner, Jessica

NASA Astronaut Candidates

The term astronaut candidate refers to individuals who have been selected by NASA as candidates for astronaut corps and are currently undergoing a candidacy training program at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Learn more about the astronaut selection program. Read the biographies of the most recent class of NASA astronaut candidates – including those who are not active on social media.

Have a question about NASA social media? Contact the NASA Social Media Team.