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NASA is the National Aeronautical Space Administration, which oversees all the space travel in the United States. Its most famous project is the Apollo moon missions.

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NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration it was invented October 6 1958
I don"t know but NASA admits there is a planet of mainly Carbonite ( Diamond ) composition.
The Mercury space program had 6 manned launches.May 5 1961, Alan Sheppard jr.Jully 21 1961, Gus Grissom.Februaury 20 1962, John Glenn.May 24 1962, Scott Carpenter.October 3 1962, Walter Schirra.Mai 15 1963, Gordon Coooper.
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i don't know help me please so i can get a good grade maybe you should look in the TEXTBOOK! that's what I did. it should be on page 341 of your text book. read the defention. its really simple, genetic engineering is messing with the DNA to improve it. so the benefits of engineering plants...
On October the 1st 1958, The US Congress Creates NASA (National Aeronautical and Space Administration) by the NASA act.
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The Apollo 13 had side blown off. There were adisaster of the space shuttle on the launch pad. The crew of a space shuttle died when they rentered the earths athmosphere.
NASA has been together for a very long time but there are no specific year on how long they been together
As an agency of the US federal government, NASA itself has never left the Earth's surface. But six pairs of astronauts landed on the moon between 1969 and 1972, on missions that were part of the Apollo program, which was administered by NASA.
NASA actually has several Mission Control Centers, though the main MCC, and the one most people are familiar with, is the Manned Flight Center (MCC-H) at Johnson Space Center in Houston, which directs all Manned Flight activities (e.g., Shuttle, International Space Station, etc.) Up until the...
To be a asronaut you must be a jet pilot and spend over 100 hours in the cockpit, and you should be very very healthy and clever.
NASA has many locations. There is a major operations center in Langley, Virginia.
  Independent U.S. government agency established in 1958 for research and development of vehicles and activities for aeronautics and space exploration. Its goals include improving human understanding of the universe, the solar system, and Earth and establishing a permanent human presence in...
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They don't. NASA invents them for space. We do not fund spinoffs
  The three main elements are:   FUEL, for solid or liquid engines. This is the part that actually burns.   OXIDIZER, for both, as there is not enough oxygen in the fuel cell to cause combustion. Combustion causes expanding gasses and controlled release from the combustion chamber causes...
  A permanent moon base is slated for completion in 2024.
Hi.To explore the orbit, Nasa uses each Technology and scientific method that helps Aerospace.It can be Medicine , Communication accessories, Electronic ,Geology , Psychology , Robotics , Engineering .... .
They are in an abandoned missile silo on the Cape Canaveral Air  Force Station
the space shuttle takes off like a rocket flies around the earth like a bird and lands like an airoplane
Because they're expensive and/or seem to have not enough chance to succeed.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory didn't "join" NASA - from its beginnings in 1936, it has always been a federally funded R&D center. It was initially run by the Army, and after NASA was created, it was transferred to it and became one of its field centers (others are Goddard, Marshall, Langley, etc...
with grass and straw   With Metal rings and a electronic space pilot and yellow grass
About 4.5 billion years
The Vehicle Assembly Building at KSC holds the largest room at the Cape Canaveral complex (Cape Canaveral Air Station and Kennedy Space Center). Originally built to house the Apollo program's Saturn V rockets, it is the largest one-story building in the world. When the Saturn V rockets were taken...
NASA was established on July 29, 1958.
The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre, built in 1968 and located in Vancouver, B.C., was designed by architect Gerald Hamilton.
Neil Armstrong was a US Navy Ensign. He served in the Navy for three years (1949-1952). His rank at NASA was Mission Commander.
Technically there was only 1 chimp to fly prior to the beginning of the manned Mercury missions, though 2 were used for tests, one prior to Alan Shepard's first mission, and one prior to the third mission (John Glenn's flight). The first chimpanzee to fly on a Mercury Redstone rocket in preparation...
 NASA is an example of an what type of agency? 
nasa claims that the technology for the Saturn V rocket has been lost. Although I am curios as to why they can't reverse engineer it from those few left in museums today.
Though it depends on the branch of government, (Executive, Judicial, Legislative), each of them figures out what they want, what they need, and what they think they can get approved, then submits a figure for approval. At least that's true for the Executive and Judicial Branches - Congress just...
Yes,not nasa but the mars association has made suits called bio suits which are very much different from those used in the Apollo travels. Tell u what they are specifically designed for girls. So they only have a chance of going there. And the suit is not for life it is designed for humans who would...
President Dwight D. Eisenhower , responding to the Soviet Union's launch of Sputnik 1 in 1957, formed the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautic s to investigate what a new federal agency overseeing the U.S. effort to explore outer space would entail. The result was the formation of NASA in...
NASA was created in 1958 as an outgrowth of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and primarily as a direct result of the Soviet Union's lead in developing technology to send humans into space, in particular the launch of Sputnik 1. After the successful Soviet launch of the Sputnik 1...
NASA is the only US governmental space agency. Private companies do exist but the aren't governmental.
A couple of things made this mission a particularly interesting one.The first time a man made object landed on (albeit slammed into) a comet.The first time we could actually have a look inside a comets nucleus, instead of just flyby's.Many experts had different opinions about what would really...
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It detects x-rays (0.1 - 10 keV).
The atmosphere blocks and distorts light. Telescopes in space don't have that interference. This allows them to see farther and to get clearer, more detailed images.
I guess Nasa is stablished to explore the orbit.
yes because astronauts have to check and see if they have a fever if they dont,theywill just get sick.
Manned Exploration, commonly referred to in NASA as Manned Flight, is any mission which involves the direct participation in space of a human being, be it as a pilot, specialist, or just a casual observer. The 2 most notable current MF programs are the International Space Station and the Space...
The Progress is a Russian expendable unmanned resupply spacecraft originally designed for resupplying the old Soviet/Russian Mir Space Station. Launched aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket, it currently resupplies the International Space Station about 4 times a year; however, since it docks with the ISS...
Apollo 1: January 27, 1967Apollo 2: July 21, 1966Apollo 3: August 25, 1966Apollo 4: November 9, 1967Apollo 5: January 22, 1965Apollo 6: April 4, 1968Apollo 7: October 11, 1968Apollo 8: December 21, 1968Apollo 9: March 3, 1969Apollo 10: May 18, 1969Apollo 11: July 20, 1969Apollo 12: November 14,...
After the technology was captured from the Martians in 1966, the technology had to be radically changed in order for it to function on earth. Scientist Das Narayandas found the chemical agent necessary for the scratch resistant lens to exist within Earth's atmosphere.
NASA's proposed 2013 budget was $17.7 billion for the Fiscal Year.
Not in the vein of Disney World or the Alamo - access to NASA centers is restricted, and tours must be organized and arranged in advance. JSC is more heavily secured due to its primary mission of Astronaut training and Manned Flight Mission Operations.
Russians Went to Space FirstThe US space program (under NASA and the military branches) were competing with the space program in the Soviet Union (Russia). The Russians launched the first manned spacecraft (with cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin) into orbit on April 12, 1961. The US Mercury program launched...
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Birds require gravity to swallow. Only insignificant amounts of gravity are experienced in outer space, so the birds would not be able to swallow and would therefore starve 1 . Citations: 1: NASA Canaries, Braingle - http://www.braingle.com/brainteasers/teaser.php?id=2828;op=0;comm=1
NASA has had 92 missions.
to find out more about the solar system
They allowed people to live and work in space for long periods.
Apollo 13 was launched from Kennedy Space Center, on April 11, 1970 at 13:13 CST.
Nasa spends about 9,407,689,000
It depends on which area of NASA you're looking to work for; NASA is a relatively small government agency, and those who wish to be involved in the Space Program are better off working for the hundreds of private contractors that are mostly responsible for NASA's programs. I say that since aside...
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Mariner 3 and 4were the first i believe but failed. Mariner 9 was launched successfully on May 30, 1971, and became the first artificial satellite of Mars when it arrived and went into orbit.
National Aeronotics and Space Administration.
to seespace if you are in Japan or Mexico etc. not just in one state or province;)
The Space Shuttles are transported on the back of one of the two Crawler-Transporter vehicles. They were both made by the Marion Power Shovel Company in the early 1960s. The Specifications are: Height: 20-26 feet (the crawlers can raise and lower themselves on hydraulic cylinders)Width: 113...
I am not sure if by "space mission" You mean a mission to a distant object or into deep space or manned or unmanned. Voyager I and II are unmanned deep space missions, both launched in 1977. More than thirty years later they are both still running (as of today: March 10, 2010). The unmanned Mars...
Well it's sad to say yes NASA is going to be coming to a close. On one hand i believe it is TOTTALLY UNFAIR!!!! On the other hand i think it is stupid because we DO NOT no what we are doing, what are all the people gonna do that work at NASA? Yeah idk either my cousin works there and if he looses...
Orlando Florida is about 45 miles west of the Kennedy Space Center and the Canaveral Air Force Base. Depending on the weather conditions, a rocket might be glimpsed from Orlando but the space center is most likely out of sight. Additionally, the rockets will be traveling east, away from Orlando, to...
NASA isn't "split" between Huntsville, Alabama (not Huntsville, Texas), and Houston, Texas - they're just 2 of several NASA Space Centers. Kennedy Space Center is arguably the most recognized, at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, is one of NASA's key...
Neil Alden Armstrong died on August 25, 2012.It was one of saddest moment in the American History.
The founder is Dr.Smith de France.
NASA didn't at first try and make enriched baby food. They first wanted to make an algae that would help with recycling in long space explorations. The baby food came out of this, because when the algae for recycling didn't work they realized that the algae or acids helped children or infants with...
Lots of options. Once everyone stops being bitter about the cancellation of constellation (with good reason) NASA will be using Russian spacecraft for a short time, before hopefully using commercial spacecraft to reach the ISS. But for at least a decade NASA will be without its own spacecraft,...
No - though there are several major Solar Observatories in Space that keep a constant watch on the Sun (primarily for sunspots, solar flares, and other activity that directly affect us here on Earth), nothing can actually "land" on the surface of the Sun, since it is a giant ball of burning gas....
If you mean 'what is the acronym of the U.S. space AGENCY', the answer is NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Heck no! Why would you even ask that?
== Most Recent Moon Landing ==   The last two people to land on the moon were Commander Eugene A. Cernan and Harrison H. Schmitt. During the US Apollo 17 mission, they landed on 11 December 1972, and stayed for about 3 days.   (see mission info at the related link)    
NASA and the ESA have collaborated on a number of projects including SOHO, Ulysses, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Cassini-Huygens space probe. Recently, they were involved in the installation of the ESA Columbus module as part of the International Space Station.
There are many space agencies in the world,but the main six are  NASDA(Japanese agency),ESA(European space agency),PKA(Russian  agency),CNES(French agency),MOA(Chinese agency),NASA(American  agency).