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What is the full form of NASA?
The full form of NASA is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a space agency of the United States (US), it is responsible for space programs, Space science, and Space research. NASA was established in the year 1958 after the succession of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). The launches the government as well as the civilian space programs.
The famous space programs by NASA are; Apollo mission on the moon, Curiosity, and opportunity missions on Mars. The main focus of NASA is a better understanding of the Earth and the universe. To achieve these goals, NASA has launched many projects or missions like the Hubble telescope, and with the help of many countries, it has made International Space Station for the study of Earth and the universe.
The main headquarter of NASA is located in Washington DC which handles all the operations and guidance of the missions or projects. In the year 1969, the Apollo 11 mission of NASA launched and Neil Armstrong became the first person in the world who walked on the moon.
NASA space centers
The list of the NASA space center is given below:
Johnson Space Center – This space center is the main hub for human space programs. It is also the training center for the Astronauts and known as the home to Nation Astronaut Corps.
Kennedy Space Center
The National Association of Students of Architecture also known as the NASA, India is the world’s largest student organization having students from all over the world and India from more than 300 colleges in the world. NASA, India is a democratic, non-religious, non-political, non-profitable, and autonomous organization for Architecture students from the undergraduate course in India.
It is the best platform for architecture students to interact with the best talent and students from all over the world.
Ans.) NASA is a US space agency, the full form of NASA is “National Aeronautics and Space Administration”. Its is one of world best space agency.
Ans.) NASA’s Space Shuttle Challenger disaster on January 28, 1986, is one of the most fatal disasters of the US space program. The rocket was exploded are a few seconds of take-off at Kennedy Space Centre.
Ans.) NASA pay a very good salary to its scientist and apart from salary scientists gets lots of other benefits.
Ans.) There are many NASA facilities but it has only two space centers. These are Johnson Space Center and Kennedy Space Center.
Ans.) NASA was established in the year 1958 after the succession of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA).
Ans.) NASA’s mostly funded by the US government and apart from this it also launches civilian space missions and satellites from which it earns money.
Ans.) The list of the NASA’s missions which are landed on the moon are given below:
Surveyor 1 – 30 May 1966
Surveyor 2 – 20 September 1966
Surveyor 3 – 17 April 1967
Surveyor 4 – 14 July 1967
Surveyor 5 – 8 September 1967
Surveyor 7 – 7 January 1968
Apollo 11 (First crewed landing on the Moon.) – 16 July 1969
Apollo 13 – 11 April 1970
Apollo 14 – 31 January 1971
Apollo 15 – 26 July 1971
Apollo 16 – 16 April 1972
Apollo 17 – 7 December 1972
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