@nasanewhorizons - Twitter Profile Analysis

Analysis of 200 tweets by NASA New Horizons, from 11 Mar 2016 to 14 Jul 2021.

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NASA New Horizons

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After exploring Pluto & its moons in July 2015 the New Horizons spacecraft encountered Kuiper Belt object Arrokoth on Jan 1 2019, the farthest flyby in history.

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NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
Six years ago today, @NASA’s New Horizons made history with the first up-close exploration of the #Pluto system, resulting in the sharpest images & data gathered of Pluto & moon Charon as it zipped by at +30,000mph. https://t.co/ZVa2JLQxl1 @NASASolarSystem @JHUAPL @SwRI
14 Jul, 2021 - 03:34 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
New Horizons has reached a rare deep-space milepost - 50AU from the Sun. It is now 50 times farther from the Sun than Earth! New Horizons is just 1 of 5 spacecraft to reach this distance on its way out of the solar system. https://t.co/ePwY5jTqNz @JHUAPL @SwRI @NASASolarSystem
18 Apr, 2021 - 08:02 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
It's the 15th anniversary of the @NASA New Horizons launch!🚀 PI @AlanStern looks back at the 5,840 days since the spacecraft left Earth, traveling ~4.5 billion miles to the Kuiper Belt, the most distant region of our planetary system. https://t.co/K6XL0qiZue @JHUAPL @SwRI
19 Jan, 2021 - 11:15 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
Traveling billions of miles beyond the inner solar system and its accompanying light pollution, New Horizons answered the question: How dark is space? 🌌https://t.co/wC2Gb61gla (📸: STScI/Joe Olmstead) @NOIRLabAstro @SpaceTelescope @JHUAPL @NASASolarSystem
14 Jan, 2021 - 03:26 AM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
Here are 10 of the coolest, weirdest and most unexpected findings about the #Pluto system that scientists have learned since 2015, thanks to data from New Horizons. https://t.co/K5oq4omMbr via @JHUAPL
20 Jul, 2020 - 08:38 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
Five years after New Horizons’ historic flyby, here are 10 cool things we learned About Pluto. #plutoflyby https://t.co/nmsI2ULSEd @NASA @JHUAPL @NASASolarSystem @SwRI
14 Jul, 2020 - 04:44 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
#Plutoflyby countdown (#1) - New Horizons Team Sees Pluto in Detail #OTD in 2015, members of the New Horizons science team at @JHUAPL react to seeing the spacecraft's last and sharpest image of #Pluto before closest approach later in the day. (📸: NASA/Bill Ingalls) #5years
14 Jul, 2020 - 01:33 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
#Plutoflyby countdown (#2) - Pluto's Heart Pluto’s bright, mysterious “heart” rotates into view, getting ready for its close-up, in this image taken July 12. Eventually it is the target of the highest-resolution images that will be taken during the closest approach to Pluto.
13 Jul, 2020 - 05:04 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
#Plutoflyby countdown (#3) - Charon's Chasms & Craters Chasms, craters, & a dark north polar region are revealed in this image of Pluto's largest moon, Charon. The diagram at center shows Charon's north pole, equator & central meridian, with "possible" features labeled (r).
12 Jul, 2020 - 05:31 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
#Plutoflyby countdown (#4) - The Last Portrait of Pluto’s Puzzling Spots Taken early the morning of July 11, 2015, this is New Horizons' last look at Pluto's Charon-facing hemisphere revealed intriguing geologic details that were of keen interest to mission scientists.
11 Jul, 2020 - 05:09 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
#Plutoflyby countdown (#5) - Signs of Geology #OTD 5 years ago, New Horizons snapped this photo of Pluto from 3.3 million miles away! This image revealed tantalizing signs of geology on the side facing away from Pluto’s large companion moon, Charon.
10 Jul, 2020 - 05:21 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
#Plutoflyby countdown (#6) - The Dynamic Duo New Horizons was about 3.7 million miles from #Pluto and its moon Charon when it snapped this portrait late on July 8, 2015. In addition to Charon, Pluto has four other moons: Nix, Hydra, Styx, and Kerberos.
09 Jul, 2020 - 04:26 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
#Plutoflyby countdown (#7) - A Heart on Pluto ❤️ #OTD in 2015, mission scientists received this view of Pluto. This image was the first to be received since an anomaly on July 4 sent the spacecraft into safe mode. This pic gave us the first real good look at Pluto's heart.
08 Jul, 2020 - 04:53 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
Countdown to the anniversary of the #plutoflyby! Here's a look at some of the discoveries unveiled 5 years ago. #8: The Whale and the Donut🐋🍩 Scientists used this color map to decipher the markings on Pluto's surface. The long dark area (L) is “the whale."
07 Jul, 2020 - 05:04 PM UTC
NASA New Horizons
@NASANewHorizons
Seeing double 👀 On April 22 & 23, New Horizons will take images of two of the nearest stars, Proxima Centauri & Wolf 359. When combined w/Earth-based images, the result will be a record-setting parallax measurement. Here's how you can participate: https://t.co/52m9qhqdLP
17 Apr, 2020 - 08:17 PM UTC

Top Retweets by @nasanewhorizons

Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
✨ Across the Expanse✨ In April 2021, @NASANewHorizons became the fifth spacecraft to reach 50AU, 50 times farther from the Sun than Earth. More discoveries in the outer reaches of the Kuiper Belt await. The adventure continues. https://t.co/bz8eMEKzYr @NASASolarSystem
14 Jul, 2021 - 10:18 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Our @NASANewHorizons spacecraft explored Pluto and recently took images of stars from its unique vantage point of over 4 billion miles from Earth. Join experts on @Reddit today at 1pm ET to ask questions about the mission, imaging and deep space: https://t.co/f4PXZqC2eq
12 Jun, 2020 - 03:27 PM UTC
Thomas Zurbuchen
@Dr_ThomasZ
More than 4 billion miles from Earth & speeding toward interstellar space, @NASANewHorizons is humankind’s farthest photographer, imaging an alien sky. Why does the spacecraft now “see” stars in a different place in the sky than on Earth? Find out: https://t.co/5SoIPDGoUK @JHUAPL
11 Jun, 2020 - 06:32 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Our @NASANewHorizons spacecraft recently took images of stars from its unique vantage point over 4 billion miles from Earth. Join experts on @Reddit to ask questions about the mission, imaging and deep space exploration. 📅 Friday, June 12 🕒 1pm ET 🔗 https://t.co/uZlZSCyvs2
11 Jun, 2020 - 05:34 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
The @NASANewHorizons team has new results from the flyby of #Arrokoth! Join our experts on @Reddit to ask questions about what we discovered, and what we learned about how objects, like planetesimals, form. Details: 📅 Thursday, Feb 13th 🕒 3pm EDT 🔗 https://t.co/WTji4iCOo4
12 Feb, 2020 - 09:12 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
NEW: #UltimaThule, now in higher-res! 📸 Both lobes now show many intriguing light & dark patterns of unknown origin, which may reveal clues about how it was assembled during the formation of the #solarsystem! @NASANewHorizons https://t.co/KK3T8ZFt3u
24 Jan, 2019 - 09:09 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
New 📸! Around and around: This gif shows the propeller-like rotation of #UltimaThule as seen by the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) aboard @NASANewHorizons as the spacecraft sped toward its close encounter. @nasa https://t.co/lBM4L8EctG
15 Jan, 2019 - 09:51 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
Waiting for new #UltimaThule pics? More flyby images are on the way! In addition to the homepage (https://t.co/S0Hjquzxr9), the @NASANewHorizons team will also post new images on the raw image site in the coming days! https://t.co/8bz5Rnzrq4
15 Jan, 2019 - 06:34 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
Zoom with a view: Made from two images taken 38 minutes apart, here is #UltimaThule! The "Thule" lobe is closest to the @NASANewHorizons spacecraft. As Ultima Thule is seen to rotate, hints of the topography can be perceived. @NASA https://t.co/fKsyLeW9pY
03 Jan, 2019 - 07:41 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
LIVE NOW: @NASANewHorizons Press Briefing from #JHUAPL: Ultima Thule & Closest Approach Results https://t.co/opGlMaQRfM
03 Jan, 2019 - 07:00 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
THIS is #UltimaThule. The image taken by @NASANewHorizons - shown in its original version (left) & sharpened version (on right) - is the most detailed image of the farthest object ever explored by a spacecraft. https://t.co/gItPsMvbPC @NASA
02 Jan, 2019 - 07:49 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
In the early hours of New Year’s Day, @NASANewHorizons flew past #UltimaThule, an object located in a region of primordial objects 1 billion miles past Pluto. Join us live from @JHUAPL today at 2pm ET as we explore the latest science from the spacecraft: https://t.co/oJKHgKpQjH
02 Jan, 2019 - 04:43 PM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
LIVE NOW: @NASANewHorizons press briefing - Updates on spacecraft status, latest images & data download schedule from #UltimaThule https://t.co/4y9Y8hGc9w
01 Jan, 2019 - 04:13 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Join us live from @JHUAPL at 12:15am ET as we mark the historic #NewYearsEve flyby of #UltimaThule. @NASANewHorizons is scheduled to perform the most distant planetary flyby ever at 12:33am. Tune in: https://t.co/oJKHgKpQjH
01 Jan, 2019 - 04:13 AM UTC
Johns Hopkins APL
@JHUAPL
LIVE NOW: @NASANewHorizons #UltimaThule flyby events: Watch panel discussions on the exploration of small worlds (8-9 pm ET); flyby countdown events, mission updates and more! https://t.co/RiE95pbhhL
01 Jan, 2019 - 01:04 AM UTC

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34 - #Pluto
25 - #NewHorizons
22 - #UltimaThule
14 - #PlutoFlyby
13 - #mu69occ
10 - #KuiperBelt
7 - #Plutoflyby
6 - #MU69
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