The NASA: National Aeronautics and Space Administration

MThe NASAost o f the time we use to hear the news revel from NASA but most of the people may not know about it that who is NASA and what it does in the universe. People hear about NASA but they might not know what the full form of NASA is. Yes the full form of The NASA is National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The NASA is the executive branch agency of United States of America (USA) government which was established or introduced by National Aeronautics & Space Act on 29th of July in 1958 by replacing the predecessor, NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics). The NASA is responsible for nation’s civilian space program & aeronautics and space research. This agency started to became operational in the year 1958 October 1st. since that the NASA is leading the US space exploration effort; such as Apollo Moon landing missions, Skylab space station, the Space Shuttle. Previously NASA was working independently but now it is also supporting the International Space Station too & is also developing the manned Multi purpose Crew vehicle. NASA is also responsible for launching the service Program or LSP (Launch Service Program) which provide the oversight of launch operation & countdown management for the unmanned NASA launches too.

NASA is a science based agency which is focused on better understanding the Earth from Earth Observing System, advancing the heliophysics through the efforts of Science Mission Directorate’s Heliophysics Research program. NASA is also working for exploring the bodies throughout Solar System with the advance robotic missions like New Horizons, also working for researching the astrophysics topic for example Big Bang with the help of biggest observatories & the associated programs. The agency also use to share different data such as greenhouse gases observing satellite in nationally internationally and.

From 2006 of February NASA has self described mission statement, “Pioneer the future in space exploration, aeronautics research & scientific discovery.”


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