RT from NASA Commercial Crew (@Commercial_Crew)

: @NASA and @BoeingSpace have decided to stand down from Friday’s launch attempt of the second Orbital Flight Test (OFT-2) mission.

Currently, the earliest available launch opportunity is 1:20 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Aug. 3. Learn more: go.nasa.gov/3icUoln

A recap of today's @Space_Station news and activities:

🛰️ Teams are conducting checkouts of the newly arrived Russian Nauka module
🚀 The spacecraft is ready. Stay tuned for a new launch date for @BoeingSpace's Orbital Flight Test-2

Details: go.nasa.gov/3zJSY7M

RT from Bill Nelson (@SenBillNelson)

It takes thousands of people on the ground to ensure the safety of the @Space_Station and crew. The @NASA family’s ingenuity and dedication never cease to amaze me and, on days like this one, I’m more thankful than ever for their unparalleled expertise.

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LIVE: Experts from our @Space_Station & @Commercial_Crew programs provide an update following today's docking of the Russian Nauka module and in advance of the @BoeingSpace Orbital Flight Test-2 launch: nasa.gov/live

Coming up soon: NASA leadership and @Space_Station experts give updates regarding today’s unexpected thruster firings of the Russsian Nauka module. Tune in at 4:30pm ET to learn what this means for operations moving forward: go.nasa.gov/2TIF6eN

Starliner is ready. The move allows the @Space_Station team time to continue working checkouts of the newly arrived Roscosmos’ Nauka module and to ensure the station will be ready for Starliner’s arrival.

NEWS: Alongside our partners at @BoeingSpace, we have decided to stand down from Friday’s launch attempt of the Orbital Flight Test-2 mission: go.nasa.gov/2V64ifL

LIVE NOW: @NASAInterns share tips for joining our NASA family on .

Tune in to learn about their experiences contributing to mission success and ask questions using : twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1gqxv

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ICYMI: Earlier today, the Russian Nauka module inadvertently fired its thrusters while docked to the @Space_Station. Mission Control teams corrected the action and all systems are operating normally. The crew was never in any danger. Stay tuned for a media telecon later today:

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.@Space_Station crew members are safe and will scrub their schedules for today in order to focus on recovery efforts following the unexpected loss of attitude caused by the Russian Nauka module's thrusters firing. The station is back in attitude control and is in good shape.

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Following this morning's docking of the Nauka module to the @Space_Station, the module's thrusters started firing at 12:45pm ET inadvertently and unexpectedly, moving the station 45 degrees out of attitude. Recovery operations have regained attitude and the crew is in no danger:

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Live: From Mission Control at @NASA_Johnson, an update on the @Space_Station following this morning's docking of the Russian Nauka module: nasa.gov/live twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1Mnxn

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It's ! Learn about interns' contributions to our missions & how to apply: intern.nasa.gov

Today:
⭐ 3pm ET (19:00 UT): Watch on How to Become a NASA Intern: nasa.gov/live
⭐ 4pm ET (20:00 UT): Ask @NASAInterns anything on @Reddit

“We will turn off the automation. We’ll take over manually. We’ll fly the spacecraft.” Future Pilot @AstroDuke of @NASA_Astronauts previews the crew’s mission as test pilots aboard the first experimental test flight of the spacecraft:

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Wondering what updates have been made to the spacecraft ahead of it’s second Orbital Flight Test? Get the details from @Astro_Ferg of @BoeingSpace.

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Happening now: Ahead of the July 30 launch of @BoeingSpace's Orbital Flight Test-2, @Commercial_Crew astronauts and mission experts discuss the flight with virtual social guests: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1YpKk

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.@Astro_CabanaBob congratulations our Russian partners @Roscosmos on the successful docking of their Nauka module to the @Space_Station, paving the way for the arrival of on July 31.

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As part of @Commercial_Crew, the @BoeingSpace will help us do more @Space_Station science, says @Astro_Pam. She has flown three missions in support of space station assembly.

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LIVE NOW: NASA Administrator @SenBillNelson and agency leaders speak to media ahead of the July 30 @BoeingSpace launch. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1Yqxo

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Contact and capture, docking confirmed. At 9:29am ET, the @Roscosmos Nauka science module arrived at the Earth-facing side of the @Space_Station's Russian segment:

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