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r/NASA is for anything related to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; the latest news, events, current and future missions, and more.#### Description

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####Welcome to r/NASA

/r/NASA is for anything related to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; the latest news, events, current and future missions, and more.

Note: r/nasa is an unofficial forum and not representative of NASA or the US government

Please try to keep everything posted relevant to NASA.

Here's our posting guidelines

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Rule #1: All submissions must be related to NASA

Rule #2: For image/photo submissions, only content that is directly related to NASA is allowed.

No drawings/artwork, astrophotography (not from NASA), pictures of legos, memes, screenshots, image macros, etc. Images should be direct links to the original NASA image whenever possible, otherwise a source for the image must be provided in the comments.

The purpose of this rule is to keep the focus on NASA and its work.

Certain exceptions are made on Creative Sunday, please see [the wiki page] (https://www.reddit.com/r/nasa/wiki/creativesunday) for details.

Rule #3: YouTube submissions must come from a white-listed (official) account.

YouTube links must come from an official source (ie.. NASA or ESA). Original content videos will be approved based on merit.

Links to the "NASA live stream - Earth From Space LIVE Feed | Incredible ISS live stream of earth from space" or similar videos (including UFO videos, etc.) will be removed.

Rule #4: No fundraising/merchant/petition links

Posts/comments linking to fundraising, merchant, or petition sites (e.g. kickstarter, Amazon, change.org, etc.) are not permitted.

Rule #5: No clickbait / conspiracy theories

Clickbait, conspiracy theories, and similar posts will be removed. Offenders are subject to temporary or permanent ban.

Rule #6: No duplicate posts of the same event/subject

Duplicate posts of the same event/subject will be removed.

Rule #7: No blogspam or websites with stolen/scraped content

No posting links to blogs or similar sites that are primarily just reposting content from an original source (eg..nasa.gov).

Rule #8: No reposts of r/NASA's top 10. No low effort posts

Reposts of this nature will be removed by the mods, even if they've already gotten a lot of upvotes. Likewise low-effort posts will also be removed.

Rule #9: No NSFW post

NSFW links will be removed. Repeated violators are subject to permanent bans.

Rule #10: All language must be Safe for School

Language in all posts and comments must be "Safe For School."


Thursday, July 21st, 2021

  • #LaunchAmerica mission experts from NASA, Boeing, and ULA preparing for Boeing’s Orbital Flight Test 2 mission to the ISS.

Wednesday, April 15th, 2020

  • NASA Engineer & Test Conductor Glenn Bock

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

  • NASA ExtraVehicular Activity (EVA) Flight Controller and Instructor Daren Welsh

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