“We are just getting started on Google+,” the agency said in its first posting according to the report.
The space agency’s page now has items on the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, a mission in the Antarctic region and a photograph of nebula.
Google debuted its social networking service in July, allowing users to create “circles,” groups of organized contacts they can share content with. Until recently, Google Plus only accepted individual user profiles.
Monday, Google opened the network to agencies, corporations, and non-governmental agencies. Google officials say the social network has nearly 40 million users, according to the FCW report.