When was NASA rocket invented?
NASA was established by the National Aeronautics and Space Act on July 29, 1958.
When it began operations on October 1, 1958, NASA absorbed the 46-year-old NACA which had launched Explorer 1, officially Satellite 1958 Alpha, became the U.S.'s first earth satellite in January 1958.
Nasa launch rockets to know about space and its atmosphere Read More
---- -a Rocket -Alot Of Rocket Fuel - brains. - be part of NaSa Read More
You must be more specific. What rocket are you referring to.? Read More
a shuutle is a part of a nasa equipment . a shuttle is conected to a rocket. Read More
They both have fuel. They both have to be stable. And they both have a nozzle. Read More
it is the largest rocket that NASA has ever built. it stood 138 feet tall. and the only rocket that NASA has built to send humans to another world! Read More
Rocket scientists work for space agencies such as NASA. They also help to develop new rocket powered weapons for the military. Read More
No NASA diid not exist until 1959, programable electronic digital computers were invented in the 1940s. Read More
In July 1950 NASA launched their first rocket into space, the Bumper 2. Launched under the direction of the General Electric Company, Bumper 2 was used primarily for testing rocket systems and for research on the upper atmosphere. Read More
It was named after the flight commander's cat. Read More
The worlds tallest rocket that ever flew was the Saturn V rocket, measuring over 110 meters tall. Read More
NASA and several contractors, but the design was by the German rocket engineer Wernher von Braun Read More
no, nasa doesnt send anyone to space anymore for the moment. the last rocket was launched for a while. its like nasa is on contemperary hold.. Read More
no they don't =( , the Russians sent up the first rocket back in 1957, a year befor NASA was created. Read More
it was invented in 1997 Read More
Robert Stephenson invented the Rocket locomotive in Newcastle, England in 1829 Read More
Depends on what rocket, if it's a NASA rocket, i dont know my knowledge of it is weak, i thought it was the Apollo 11, if it's a toy rocket, probally in the 1800's Read More
A Saturn V rocket, developed by a NASA team lead by Wernher von Braun. The Saturn IB rocket was also used. Read More