Happy birthday NASA!

Credit: NASA (Apollo 17)
Credit: NASA (Apollo 17)

Very very special news! Today is NASA's birthday! Happy birthday NASA! Thank you for everything you have given us, give us and you will give us! Thank you for the excellent missions, for the extraordinary space news, for the development of all mankind in the field of space and the opening of one of the first eras of space exploration, and much more! 

On October 1, 1958, NASA was born. Declared a National Aeronautic and Space Administration. NASA obtained from the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), 8000 workers and 3 laboratories, after that, NACA became NASA. NASA has remained, remains, and will remain one of the largest space agencies ever established by man.

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) is an organization of the United States government. NASA is responsible for the civilian space program and aeronautics and aerospace research. NASA was founded on July 29, 1958, but on October 1, 1958, was born. It took over from NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) the research of the Committee as well as the research centers. NASA also deals with physics and astrophysics as well as the Big Bang theory. After the founding of NASA, space missions began to grow and develop, so NASA took control of most space missions, becoming one of the largest organizations in the space world. 

NASA is well known for its Apollo missions. In addition, NASA also supports the International Space Station. NASA is currently known for launching Perseverance on Mars. But the fact that it is studying space does not mean that NASA is not dealing with Earth. NASA is doing a lot of research on Earth with its team of researchers. In short, NASA is a huge organization that deals with the study of space science. 

We wish him a wonderful birthday for NASA and success for the next missions and explorations! 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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