History

NASA, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, an independent agency was formed on October 1, 1958, by the United States Federal Government. Initially, NASA opened as an emergency response to the Soviet Union’s launch of Sputnik a year earlier. The agency is  responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research. NASA leads the various projects for exploring the planets, astral entities, distant stars, and Earth’s climates. NASA encourages peaceful applications in space science and the knowledge benefits humanity.

Throughout NASA’s 60-year history, space exploration has created many mesmerizing images of humanity’s progress. The first rocket launch, the first man walking on the moon, the Hubble space telescope, the panorama of Mars terrain, and many “the first” moments have placed NASA in a central role with milestones for all humans.


 

Timeline

New Look of NASA

The new logo represents a guiding star, a spark of genius, and a new dimension to explore.

From ambitious space expedition to educational science experience

The new NASA gives the audience more color and place for exploring science.

New  NASA Logo

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We love science, it's smart and precise.

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New Audiences

The Curious

Austin Lopez

Austin is curious about himself and what he can learn in the future. He thinks independently and is able to make his own decisions, but he is still looking for a place that can change his life and enlighten his future. Austin heard about NASA and is currently sharing experiences to understand the universe.

New Universe

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Products

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Science Experiment Kits
VR Game Experiences

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Services

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Science Book Clubs
Charity for Education Accessibility
Mobile Library

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Environments

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Maker Workshops
Community Libraries
Bookstore

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Experiences

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Greenhouse
Field Trips & Factory Tours
Exploration Center

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Educational

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Remote Classrooms

Academy

Research Institute

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Events

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Future Talks

Future Expo

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Co-Branding

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NASA + MoMA Future Gallery

NASA + CAS Life Science Museum