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NASA has hosted many events for its social media enthusiasts called NASA Socials[1] (formerly NASA Tweetups) beginning in 2009. These events are targeted at the social media followers of NASA through platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram, YouTube and more. They provide guests with VIP access to NASA facilities and speakers with the goal of leveraging participants' social networks to further the outreach requirements of NASA as laid out in the National Aeronautics and Space Act.[2] NASA re-branded these events as "Socials" in March 2012 as it expanded participation to services beyond just Twitter.[3][4][5]

As of 2015, all NASA field centers and NASA Headquarters have hosted NASA Tweetup/Social events. There were 5 NASA Tweetups in 2009, 10 in 2010, 16 in 2011, 21 in 2012, 22 in 2013, and 23 in 2014.[6] In August 2011, over 2,000 participants had been part of official NASA Tweetups.[7] By July 2014, that number had swelled to over 6,000 total participants in over 5 years of NASA Social programs.[8]

Many NASA Social events are at least partially broadcast on NASA TV and UStream. NASA Socials are held at NASA centers, NASA Headquarters, observatories, engine test sites, museums such as the Newseum and National Air and Space Museum, and during larger events such as SXSW and World Space Week. The length of socials range from a few hours to a couple days to much longer in the case of some events, such as the STS-133 launch tweetup.


The first NASA Tweetup was held at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, in January 2009. During this event, guests were given exclusive tours and access to JPL scientists and engineers.[9]|

In an attempt to measure the impact of tweetups, NASA tracked 10,665 tweets originating from 150 participants in the August 2011 Juno Tweetup as well as the subsequent retweets and found 29.9 million potential impressions.[10][11]

Speakers and participants

Speakers at NASA tweetup/social events have included NASA engineers, scientists, executives and well over 80 NASA astronauts. Notable speakers include NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell, Senator and astronaut John Glenn, Bill Nye, and final Space Shuttle crew members Sandy Magnus and Chris Ferguson.[12][citation needed]

While the majority of participants in NASA tweetups/socials have been space enthusiasts, there have also been many "celebrity" participants, including Neil deGrasse Tyson, LeVar Burton, Trey Ratcliff, Robert Scoble, Bill Prady, Kevin Clash, Miles O'Brien, Seth Green,, and many others.[citation needed]

Tweetup with ISS Astronauts in 2009
Tweetup with ISS Astronauts in 2009
Former NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati speaking at the Juno Tweetup
Former NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati speaking at the Juno Tweetup
Group picture in front of Countdown clock of STS-135 Tweetup participants
Group picture in front of Countdown clock of STS-135 Tweetup participants
Astronaut TJ Creamer speaks to tweetup participants in July 2010 at NASA Headquarters
Astronaut TJ Creamer speaks to tweetup participants in July 2010 at NASA Headquarters

List of NASA Socials and Tweetups

# Date Event Location Official speakers Notes Attendees
120 February 1, 2017 JSC #SpaceBowl #SB51 Behind the Scenes at JSC Social[13] Johnson Space Center Astronaut, NASA experts are scheduled 50
117 April 29, 2016 OSIRIS-REx Preview Social[14] Lockheed Martin Space Systems To Be Added 25
116 April 7–8, 2016 SpaceX CRS-8[15] KSC To Be Added 50
115 March 21–22, 2016 Cygnus CRS Orb-6 Launch Social[16] KSC To Be Added 50
114 February 9, 2016 State of NASA Multi-Center Social[17] 10 NASA Field Centers To Be Added 12-40 each
113 January 25, 2016 James Webb Space Telescope Mirror Installation Social[18] GSFC To Be Added Unk
112 December 2–3, 2015 Cygnus CRS Orb-4 Launch Social[19] KSC To Be Added 50
111 November 11, 2015 NASA DC-8 & OLYMPEX #EarthRightNow Social[20] University of Washington in Seattle To be Added 40
110 August 13, 2015 #SLSfiredup RS-25 Engine Hot Fire Test Social[21] Stennis (SSC) To Be Added 40
??? Launch Postponed[22] Jason-3 Launch Social[23] Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) To Be Added 70
109 June 28, 2015 SpaceX CRS-7 Launch Social [24][25] KSC To Be Added 50
108 June 15–16, 2015 #AbSciCon 2015 Astrobiology Science Conference Social[26][27] Hilton Chicago, Chicago, Illinois To Be Added 20
107 June 6, 2015 New Horizons #PlutoFlyby Multi-Site Social Two locations: Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), Laurel Maryland &
Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona[28]
James L. Green, Alan Stern Unk
106 May 12, 2015 Leading Edge Asynchronous Propeller Technology (LEAPTech) #FlyNASA Social[29] Armstrong Flight Research Center (AFRC) To Be Added 50
105 April 23, 2015 #Hubble25 Social - Celebrating 25 Years of the Hubble Space Telescope[30] Newseum in DC & Goddard (GSFC) in Greenbelt, MD To Be Added 50
104 April 14, 2015 SpaceX CRS-6 Launch Social [31] KSC To Be Added 50
103 March 13, 2015 Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Launch Social[32] KSC To Be Added 50
102 March 10–11, 2015 #SLSfiredup SLS Booster Hot Fire Test Social[33] Orbital ATK's test facilities in Promontory, Utah To Be Added 45
101 February 2, 2015 State of NASA Multi-Center Social[34] Ames (Ames), Armstrong Flight Research Center, Glenn (GRC), Goddard (GSFC), JPL, JSC, KSC, LaRC, MSFC, & Stennis (SSC) To Be Added 10 (Ames), AFRS (40), 25 (GRC), 25 (GSFC), JPL (10), JSC (20), KSC (40), 25 (LaRC), 15 (MSFC), & 25 (SSC)
100 January 28–31, 2015 Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Launch Social[35][36] Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) To Be Added 70
99 January 15, 2015 #ISS1Year Social[37] Social with Astronaut Scott Kelly JSC Astronaut Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly), Michael Suffredini (ISS Program Manager) - crew news conference 20
98 January 10, 2015 SpaceX CRS-5 Launch Social[38] KSC To Be Added 50
97 December 3–4, 2014 Orion Exploration Flight Test 1 (EFT-1) Social[39] KSC To Be Added 150
96 December 3, 2014 Multi-Center Social to Preview Orion EFT-1[40] Ames (Ames), Glenn (GRC), Goddard (GSFC), JPL, JSC, LaRC, MSFC, & Stennis (SSC) To Be Added 25 (ARC), 50 (GRC), 25 (GSFC), 40 (JPL), 30 (JSC), 30 (LaRC), 30 (MSFC), & 25 (SSC)
95 November 18–19, 2014 #FlyNASA Social[41] Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California To Be Added 30
94 October 19–20, 2014 Cygnus CRS Orb-3 Launch Social[42] Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at Wallops To Be Added 50
93 October 17, 2014 Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Preview Social[43] Goddard (GSFC) Craig Pollock, Thomas Moore, Jeffrey Newmark, C. Alex Young, Michael Hesse, Yari Collado-Vega, Carmine Mattiello 25
92 October 13, 2014 #MarsComet Social[44][45] JPL To Be Added 50
91 September 21, 2014 Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) Social[46] Lockheed Martin in Denver, Colorado Speakers from NASA, Lockheed Martin and the University of Colorado Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) - To Be Added 25
90 September 18–19, 2014 SpaceX CRS-4 Launch Social[47] KSC To Be Added 50
89 September 12, 2014 Space Launch System (SLS) & (#WeldingWonder) Social[48] Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF) & Stennis Space Center To Be Added First Michoud Social 25
88 July 21, 2014 45th Anniversary of Apollo 11 (#Apollo45) Social - KSC[49] KSC KSC Director Bob Cabana, Astronauts Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, Jim Lovell 25
87 July 19, 2014 45th Anniversary of Apollo 11 (#Apollo45) Social - Virginia[49] Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Virginia Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, National Symphony Orchestra & Emil de Cou, Bob Jacobs (NASA HQ) Only Social with a live symphony performance 25
86 June 30-July 1, 2014 OCO-2 Launch Social[50][51] Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) To Be Added 70
85 June 17–19, 2014[52][53] #ISSRDC Social Media Accreditation for 2014 ISS Research & Development Conference[54] Denver, Colorado NASA Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations William Gerstenmaier, NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati, International Space Station Program Manager Michael Suffredini, Astronaut Ron Garan (@Astro_Ron) 6 (in social)
84 June 10, 2014 Photography Social for Cygnus CRS Orb-2 Launch[55] Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) at Wallops To Be Added 50
83 May 20, 2014 Alternative Fuels & Aeronautics Social[56][57] Armstrong (formerly Dryden/DFRC) To Be Added First Social since the name change from Dryden Flight Research Center 50
82 April 1–2, 2014 50 Years of Deep Space Network Social[58][59] JPL To Be Added 50
81 March 24, 2014 @AstroKarenN Kid-Friendly Social[60][61] NASA HQ Astronaut Karen Nyberg (@AstroKarenN) First Social billed as "kid-friendly" Social 100
80 March 15–16, 2014 SpaceX CRS-3 Launch Social[62] KSC To Be Added 50
79 March 4, 2014 FY2015 NASA Budget Social[63] Goddard (GSFC) Charles Bolden (NASA Administrator), John Grunsfeld (NASA HQ) Social canceled due to weather converting the briefing to a teleconference[64] 20
78 February 27, 2014 GPM Photo Social[65] Goddard (GSFC) To Be Added 15
77 January 23, 2014 TDRS-L Launch Social[66][67] CCAFS / KSC To Be Added 50
76 January 22, 2014 James Webb Space Telescope Social[68] Goddard (GSFC) To Be Added 40
75 January 8, 2014[69][70] Orbital-1 Antares Launch Social[71] Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) at Wallops To Be Added 50
74 December 10, 2013 2013 AGU Social[72][73] Moscone Center NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan, NASA's Associate Administrator for Science and veteran astronaut John Grunsfeld and more. 20
73 November 16 & 18, 2013 MAVEN Launch Social[74][75] CCAFS / KSC NASA's Planetary Science Chief Jim Green, program executive Lisa May, program scientist Kelley Fast, deputy project manager Sandra Cauffman, system design lead with Lockheed Martin Chris Waters, NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan, NASA's Associate Administrator for Science and veteran astronaut John Grunsfeld, astronaut Wendy Lawrence, Bill Nye, NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden and Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana. 150
72 November 4–5, 2013 JPL Earth Science Social[76][77] JPL To Be Added 100
71 September 17, 2013 Antares Launch Social[78] Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at Wallops To Be Added 50
70 September 5–6, 2013 LADEE Launch to Moon Social[79][80] Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) at Wallops John Grunsfeld(NASA HQ), Charles Bolden(NASA Administrator), Bob Barber(NASA Ames), Tony Colaprete(NASA Ames) ... More To Be Added 50
69 August 21, 2013 Major Airborne Field Campaign Social[81] EFD To Be Added 15
68 August 14–15, 2013 Orion Stationary Recovery Test Social[82][83] LaRC Personnel from Naval Station Norfolk, among others 30
67 July 17, 2013 Astronaut Health, Fitness & Rehabilitation Social[84] JSC To Be Added 30
66 June 7–8, 2013 Centennial Challenge Sample Return Robot Social[85] WPI To Be Added First Social at WPI 20
65 May 30, 2013 Going Operational - Landsat 8 Social[86] USGS EROS Center To Be Added First Social with the USGS 30
64 May 22, 2013 ISS Research Social at JSC[87] JSC To Be Added 30
63 April 25–27, 2013 Great Moonbuggy Race NASA Social[88] USSRC & MSFC To Be Added First Social at MSFC 50
62 April 15–17, 2013 Antares Launch Social[89] Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at Wallops To Be Added 25
61 April 12, 2013 JAXA-NASA Cherry Blossoms Social[90] Goddard (GSFC) Ramesh Kakar, NASA Earth Sciences; Gail Skofronick-Jackson, NASA GPM; Riko Oki, JAXA GPM; Ardeshir Azarbarzin, NASA GPM; Masahiro Kojima, JAXA GPM; Peter Hildeband, NASA Goddard Earth Sciences; Don Figgins, Ball Aerospace; Compton Tucker, NASA Earth Sciences; Dawn Myers, NASA Goddard Solar Science; Horace Mitchell, NASA Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio; Ben Reed, Robotic Refueling Mission; Jason Dworkin, Astrobiology Analytical Lab and OSIRIS-REx; Ed Packard and Janet Thomas, Satellite Integration and Testing; Craig Pollock, MMS; and Paul Geithner, JWST 60
60 March 19, 2013 ISS Social at JSC[91] JSC To Be Added 30
59 March 10, 2013 NASA Social at SXSW Interactive[92] Austin, Texas To Be Added First NASA Social at SXSW 20
58 February 28 & March 1, 2013 SpaceX CRS-2 Launch Social[93] KSC To Be Added 50
57 February 20, 2013 Science on the ISS Social [94][95] NASA HQ & Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center William Gerstenmaier,Tara Ruttley, Tom Marshburn, Kevin Ford, Chris Hatfield, Marshall Poterfield 150
56 February 10–11, 2013 Landsat Data Continuity Mission Launch Social [96] VAFB To Be Added 80
55 January 29–30, 2013 TDRS-K Launch Social [97] CCAFS To Be Added 60
54 January 25, 2013 NASA Airborne Earth Science Event at Dryden Social[98] Dryden (DFRC) To Be Added 50
53 January 18, 2013 NASA Open House Social [99] NASA HQ To Be Added 75
52 December 4, 2012 AGU Social [100] Moscone Center To Be Added 20
51 December 4, 2012 @AstroAcaba Social [101] NASA HQ Astronaut Joe Acaba 150
50 November 1–2, 2012 Atlantis Social [102] KSCVC To Be Added 45[103]
49 October 15, 2012 Goldstone DSN Social[104][105] Goldstone DSN To Be Added First Goldstone Social 65
48 October 7, 2012 SpaceX CRS-1 Launch Social[106] KSC NASA Administrator Charles Bolden; SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell First Media Accreditation for Social Media 50
47 September 19–20, 2012 Dryden Endeavour Social[107] Dryden (DFRC) To Be Added 40
46 August 22–23, 2012 Radiation Belt Storm Probes Launch Social[108] KSC David Sibeck, NASA Living with a Star Mission Scientist, Nicky Fox, Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Deputy Project Scientist, Dave "Kouch" Kusnierkiewiczm Space Dept. Chief Engineer JHU/APL, Aly Mendoza-Hill, Mission Manager NASA Launch Services Program. Astronaut Leland Melvin, Associate Administrator for Education NASA HQ, Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator. Kurt Lindstrom, Civil Space Business Area Executive JHU/APL 50
45 August 2–3, 2012 KSC 50th Anniversary Social KSC Caley Burke @RocketCaley (NASA LSP), Si Song (ULA) First Multi-Site Social[109] 50
44 August 3, 2012 Ames Mars Curiosity Social Ames (ARC) Danny Skarka @dannyskarka First Multi-Site Social[110] 20
43 August 3, 2012 Glenn Mars Curiosity Social Glenn (GRC) To Be Added First Multi-Site Social[110] 30
42 August 3, 2012 Goddard Mars Curiosity Social[111] Goddard (GSFC) Jason Dworkin, Astrobiology Analytical Lab, OSIRIS-REx; Chris Johnson & Melissa Trainer, SAM Environmental Chamber; Paul Geithner, James Webb Space Telescope; guides: Lora Bleacher, Ellen Gray, Liz Zubritsky, Rob Garner, Erin Ryan, Rupa Nune, and Aries Keck First Multi-Site Social[110] 20
41 August 3, 2012 JSC Mars Curiosity Social JSC To Be Added First Multi-Site Social[110] 25
40 August 3, 2012 Langley Mars Curiosity Social Langley (LaRC) David Bowles, Associate Site Director; Walt Engelund, Chief Engineer, Neil Cheatwood, MEDLI principal investigator; Steve Gaddis, Game Changing Program Office First Multi-Site Social[110] 30
39 August 3–5, 2012 Mars Curiosity Landing Social[112] JPL JPL Mission Manager Arthur Amador;[113] MSL (Mars Science Laboratory) Deputy Project Scientist Ashwin Vasavada;[114] NASA Administrator Charles Bolden; Project Manager for Curiosity Richard Cook;[115] JPL Director Charles Elachi; Visualization Producer for NASA JPL Doug Ellison;[116] Former NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver; NASA's Science Mission Directorate John M. Grunsfeld;[117] Curiosity rover driver and engineer at JPL Matt Heverly;[118] Former Director of NASA's Mars Exploration Program Doug McCuistion; NASA Astronaut Leland D. Melvin; NASA JPL Curiosity Lead Engineer Adam Steltzner; JPL Director of the Engineering and Science Directorate Peter Theisinger; JPL Aerospace engineer Steve Sell;[119] JPL Navigation and Control Systems Manager and Strategic Uplink Lead Steven Lee;[120] JPL Aerospace Engineer Anita Sengupta;[121] JPL Astronautics Systems Engineer Randii Wessen. Non-NASA presentations: Actress Nichelle Nichols; Entrepreneur and musician; TV Host Alex Trebek; Big Bang Theory co-producer Bill Prady; Actress June Lockhart; Actor Jay R. Ferguson; and Actor Wil Wheaton. First Multi-Site Social[110] 25
38 July 23, 2012 Landsat Social[122][123] Newseum in DC & Goddard (GSFC) in Greenbelt, MD To Be Added 25
37 May 4, 2012 Dryden Social[124][125] Social Dryden Flight Research Center To Be Added First Dryden Social;
sonic boom planned
36 May 18–19, 2012 Space X COTS 2 Social[126][127] KSC NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver; SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell; NASA Public Affairs Officer Josh Byerly; NASA Flow Director for Space Shuttle Orbiter Transition and Retirement Stephanie Stilson; NASA Administrator Charles Bolden; KSC Director Bob Cabana First SpaceX Social 50
35 April 19, 2012 Discovery Welcome Social[128][129][130] Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Director of National Air and Space Museum (NASM), General Jack Dailey; Secretary of NASM, Wayne Clough; NASA Administrator Charles Bolden; Senator John Glenn; France A. Córdova.[131] First NASA Social; First at Udvar-Hazy Center 30
34 March 2, 2012 Glenn Tweetup [132] Glenn (GRC) Astronaut Gregory H. Johnson (@Astro_Box) & more. First tweetup at Glenn 100
33 February 14, 2012 @Astro_Ron Tweetup[133] NASA HQ Astronaut Ron Garan (@Astro_Ron & @FragileOasis) 150
32 February 13, 2012 NASA Budget Tweetup[134] NASA HQ NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and NASA Chief Financial Officer Elizabeth Robinson[135] 20
31 November 25 & 26, 2011[136] Mars Science Laboratory Launch[137] KSC Astronauts Doug Wheelock (@Astro_Wheels) and Leland Melvin (@Astro_Flow), NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, Deputy Administrator Lori Garver (@Lori_Garver), Bill Nye (@TheScienceGuy), engineers from JPL, musician (@iamwill); Also: @MarsCuriosity [138] Launch of the Mars Science Laboratory mission carrying the Curiosity rover[139] 151
30 November 8, 2011 Langley Tweetup[140] Langley (LaRC)

Charles Harris, Director of Research, NASA Langley; Bruce Fisher, Flight Services; Mike Obland, Airborne Science; astronaut Susan Kilrain; Karen Whitley, Inflatable Lunar Habitat; Mary Beth Wusk, Hypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator; Amanda Cutright, Inflatable Reentry Vehicle Experiment; Roman Paryz, National Transonic Facility; Martin Annett, Landing Impact Research/Hydro Impact Basin Facility [141]

First tweetup at Langley, Orion capsule splash test 50
29 October 27, 2011[142] NPP satellite
(Delta II) Launch[143]
VAFB @NASANPP; NASA Astronaut Piers Sellers, the deputy director of the Sciences and Exploration Directorate at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland;
NPP Project Scientist Jim Gleason;
NPP Systems Manager Janice Smith;
NASA Launch Director Tim Dunn;
Scott Asbury, a senior program manager with Ball Aerospace & Technologies, Corp. in Boulder, Colorado.[142]
First tweetup at Vandenberg;[143]
First tweetup for a U.S. West coast launch;[142]
Launch of Earth-observing NPP satellite[143]
28 October 21, 2011 Wallops Tweetup[145] Wallops (WFF) Rebecca Powell, Joyce Winterton, Stephanie Schierholz-intro; Harold Cherrix, Ed Lagman, Rob Marshall, Cliff Murphy-NASA Sounding Rocket; Henry Cathey & Debbie Fairbrother-NASA Balloon Program; Sarah Daugherty-Range Control Center; Les Kovacs & Kate Campbell-Taurus II HIF (Orbital Sciences)
Bill Wrobel-Wallops Director
First tweetup at Wallops 50
27 October 14, 2011 SOFIA Telescope/Ames Tweetup[146] Ames (ARC) David Morse (@drmNASA); Pamela Marcum, SOFIA Project Scientist; Bill Thigpen, NASA Advanced Supercomputing; Steven Beard & Dean Giovannetti, Vertical Motion Simulator; Thomas Roellig, SOFIA Deputy Project Scientist; Roger Hunter, Kepler mission
Also: @SOFIATelescope
26 October 13, 2011 STS-135 Crew (Magnus & Ferguson)[147] NASA HQ Final Space Shuttle crew members Sandy Magnus (@Astro_Sandy) and Chris Ferguson (@Astro_Ferg) 150
25 September 7–8, 2011 GRAIL spacecraft (Delta II) Launch[148][149] KSC Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson), NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, Nichelle Nichols (@RealNichelle), Jim Adams (@NASAJim), Sally Ride Science (@SallyRideSci), @VeronicaMcG (@NASAJPL), Maria Zuber, @Doug_Ellison (@NASA_Eyes), @TrentPerotto[150] Launch of twin lunar-bound spacecraft 150
24 August 4–5, 2011 Juno spacecraft (Atlas V Launch)[151] KSC Bill Nye (@thescienceguy), @NASAJim, @VeronicaMcG (@NASAJPL), NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati, @TrentPerotto, @SteveMatousek, @Doug_Ellison (@NASA_Eyes), @CassiniSaturn, @NASA_LSP & Juno Science Team members[152] Launch of the Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft 150
23 July 21, 2011 STS-135 Landing[153] KSC Final landing of the Space Shuttle 50
22 July 19, 2011 STS-135 Mission[154][155] JSC @Astro_Clay, @StationCDRKelly, @Carbon_Flight, @saroy, @mgrabois, @gnholt, @Astro_Ron (from space), NASA PAO Josh Byerly Space Shuttle ascent, rendezvous & landing simulators, as well as the Mission Control Center and the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility 30
21 July 7–8, 2011 STS-135 Launch[156] KSC Lori Garver (@Lori_Garver), Elmo, @Astro_Mike, @Astro_Wheels, @Phalanx, @ISS_NatlLab, Bill Gerstenmeier, Robert Crippen, @Astro_Ron (from space) Final launch of the Space Shuttle 152
20 June 6, 2011 JPL Tweetup[157][158][159][160][161] JPL Aquarius, GRAIL, Juno, Mars Science Laboratory / @MarsCuriosity, Dawn, @SOFIATelescope, @NASAJPL, @MarsRovers, @AsteroidWatch A few of the tweetup attendees were also invited to attend the June 8, 2011, SOFIA Telescope Media Day at Dryden Flight Research Center.[162] 120
19 Apr. 28–29, 2011
May 16, 2011
STS-134 Launch[163] KSC @Astro_Clay @Astro_Flow, Astronaut Ricky Arnold
NASA Chief Scientist, Waleed Abdalati
The Shuttle launch was delayed, but participants were invited back for its successful May launch attempt—the final flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour. 150
18 Mar. 19, 2011 Sun-Earth Day 2011[164][165] Goddard (GSFC)
Aleya Littleton, Vicky Portway (NASM)
Troy Cline, Michelle Thaller (GSFC)
NASA EDGE (live show broadcast)[166]
@SunEarthDay @NASA_SDO, @Camilla_SDO,
First tweetup at GSFC (see SDO is GO, #6 below) 100[167]
17 Mar. 16, 2011 @Astro_Wheels Tweetup[168] NASA HQ Expedition 25 Commander Doug Wheelock (@Astro_Wheels) "Wheels" was the first person to check-in in space, using Foursquare 100
16 Feb. 11, 2011 Ames Planet Hunters Ames (ARC) @worden, @NASAKepler, David Morrison, Director of the Carl Sagan Center at SETI, @SOFIAtelescope First tweetup at ARC 100
15 Nov. 10, 2010 STS-133 Mission[169][170] JSC @Astro_Clay, @AstroRobonaut, Flight Director @Tungsten_Flight & PAO Rob Navias Although STS-133 was delayed, the tweetup went on as scheduled. 19
14 Oct. 31-Nov. 5, 2010
Feb. 24, 2011
STS-133 Launch KSC @Astro_Ron, @Astro_Soichi, @Astro_Flow, @Astro_Bones, Shannon Walker & @AstroRobonaut First extended tweetup
Discovery's launch was delayed, but participants were invited back for successful Feb. launch attempt—the final flight of Space Shuttle Discovery.
13 July 29, 2010 @Astro_TJ Tweetup NASA HQ Expedition 22/23 Flight Engineer & Science Officer, @Astro_TJ TJ was the first astronaut to send a live tweet from space (and set up the Station's live Internet) 100[171]
12 June 5, 2010 World Science Festival NYU's Kimmel Center @Astro_Flow, @Astro_Sandy, John C. Mather, Brian Greene 73
11 May 19, 2010 STS-132 Mission[172] JSC @Astro_Ron (Answered Questions by Tweet), Talat Hussain (Boeing - Presented on TDRS), Ellen Ochoa, Deputy JSC Director and Former Astronaut, @Astro_Jeff 82
10 May 13–14, 2010 STS-132 Launch KSC @Bobby_Braun, @Lori_Garver, @Rocky_Sci, astronauts Dave Wolf & Janice Voss 2nd Tweetup at a Shuttle Atlantis launch 143
9 May 3, 2010 SDO First Light DC - Newseum Dean Pesnell, SDO project scientist, NASA GSFC
Madhulika Guhathakurta, SDO program scientist, NASA HQ[173][174]
Hosted by Goddard Space Flight Center. 16
8 April 18, 2010 Earth Day - 40th[175] DC - National Mall James Balog, Rob Simmon, Compton Tucker[176] 40
7 Feb 17, 2010 STS-130 Mission[177] JSC @Astro_Bones/@ZeroG_MD First tweetup at JSC 100[178]
6 Feb 11, 2010 "SDO is Go" Launch[179][180] KSC First launch tweetup for uncrewed vehicle
Organized by GSFC Aleya Littleton and Andy Wolt
A concurrent tweetup at Goddard was planned, but a large snow storm caused it to be cancelled. A group of Goddard invitees drove from Maryland to Florida to see the launch instead.[181]
35 (GSFC)
5 Nov 15–16, 2009 STS-129 Launch[183][184][185][186] KSC @Astro_Mike, Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly), Jon Cowart (@Rocky_Sci), @MarsPhoenix's @VeronicaMcG, Miles O'Brien, Wayne Hale First tweetup at KSC
First Shuttle launch tweetup
First 2-day event
4 Oct. 21, 2009 ISS Crew[183][188] NASA HQ @Astro_Nicole & @Astro_Jeff aboard ISS First tweetup featuring live downlink from ISS
Link with ISS was cut short due to a false alarm aboard Station during tweetup.[189]
3 Sept. 24, 2009 STS-127 Crew[183][190] NASA HQ @Astro_127 & the rest of STS-127 crew 58
2 July 21, 2009 STS-125 Crew[183][191] NASA HQ @Astro_Mike & rest of STS-125 crew First tweetup at NASA HQ 120
1 Jan. 21, 2009 JPL Tweetup
JPL @MarsPhoenix's @VeronicaMcG First NASA tweetup
First tweetup at JPL


  1. 2009 Shorty Awards for science for updates on the Mars Phoenix Lander[195]
  2. Space Foundation's 2012 Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award[196]
  3. 2012 Shorty Awards for best social media manager to NASA's Stephanie Schierholz[197]
  4. 2012 and 2013 Shorty Awards for best government use of social media.[198]
  5. Space Flight Awareness Award[199]
  6. NASA Exceptional Service Medal[199]
  7. NASA Group Achievement Award[199]

Cultural references

In the 2015 film The Martian, Donald Glover's character Rich Purnell, a NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory employee, wore a #NASASocial lanyard.[200] This lanyard was frequently given out to NASA Social participants and NASA employees who supported the events. Per Veronica McGregor, NASA JPL News/Social Media Manager, "when the producers came to @NASAJPL for film research, [Stephanie L. Smith, NASA JPL Digital & Social Media Supervisor,] slipped the #NASASocial lanyards into their swag bags. :)"[201]

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