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10 Things: March 6
10 Things: March 6
6 Mar 2017
(Source: NASA)

No. 6: Follow NASA photographers as they document NASA's mission around the globe. This shot shows the Expedition 50 launch to carry astronauts to the International Space Station. Image Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

Ten plus social media accounts you should definitely be following to explore the solar system and beyond.

1. The Flagship Fleet
Start with the flagship NASA accounts, where you can keep up with all the latest news and be a part of the conversation.

2. Your Galactic Neighborhood
Follow NASA's Planetary Science Division to keep up with all the hardworking robots exploring the wild frontiers of our solar system.

3. Mission Space
From the sun to Pluto and points in between, many NASA's mission share their science on a variety of social platforms.

4. Historical Documents
Need some nostalgia in your feed? Learn the history of NASA's exploration of our home planet, our solar system and beyond.

5. Kids in Space
Find fun stuff for kids, parents and anyone who likes space and Earth science, including games, hands-on projects and fun facts.

6. The Big Picture
NASA photographers take their cameras to some interesting places around the planet.

NASA's Juno team celebrates after receiving confirmation from the spacecraft that it had successfully completed the engine burn and entered orbit of Jupiter in July 2016.

7. Star Watch
This is a great way to follow the NASA missions that study the sun, Earth and space itself as elements of a giant, interconnected system.

8. NASA People
Want to know what it's like to work for NASA? Follow NASA's people to learn about the science and adventures of astronauts, scientists and engineers exploring space.

9. NASA Earth
Our planet is changing, and NASA Earth is on it, using the vantage point of space to increase our understanding of Earth and improve lives.

10. Read More
Craving more? This page showcases a wide variety of social accounts from across NASA.

Members of the team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology work to prepare their robot for the level one challenge during the 2015 Sample Return Robot Challenge. Image Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky
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