Astronauts Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Neil Armstrong become the first men to walk on the moon.

Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to enter space and return safely. Launch of the Cosmic Background Explorer, which measured the background radiation of the universe to better understand how the universe formed after the Big Bang. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first humans to walk on another celestial body. NASA launched TIROS 1, the first successful meteorological satellite, observing Earth's weather. This idea had been popularized by Arthur C. Clarke in 1945. Oumuamua, first known interstellarr object, makes closest approach to Earth. America's Next Moonshot Moment. NASA launches Transit 1B, the first experimental orbital navigation system. To get the best experience possible, please download a compatible browser. Landsat 1 launch, beginning more than 40 years of continuous observations of the Earth's land surfaces, oceans and atmosphere. It was the first American space flight involving human beings. first human to enter space April 12, 1961. This became the Manned Spacecraft Center.

Tiros 1 operated for only 78 days but proved scientists could monitor the Earth's weather patterns and cloud cover from space. Viking 1 lands on Mars, beginning NASA’s 40 years of exploration of the Red Planet. Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space, making a 15-minute suborbital flight. He is shown here in August giving commissions to T. Keith Glennan (right) and Hugh L. Dryden (left), NASA's first administrator and deputy administrator respectively. The Hubble Space Telescope deployed from STS-31. Premiere of “The Martian” featuring many of the technologies NASA is working to explore the moon and Mars. Total flight time was just shy of five hours. It is the first manned spacecraft to leave the gravitational influence of Earth. A project inherited from the U.S. Army, Pioneer 1 became NASA’s first spacecraft. Launch of Viking 1, the first orbiter and lander sent to Mars. In 1995, American Norm Thagard would spend 115 days aboard the Russian space station. Both landed safely on Mars and for six years sent back the first set of images and data from the Martian surface. Voyager 1 becomes the first spacecraft to reach interstellar space. Aboard the International Space Station, astronaut T.J. Creamer sends the first unassisted Tweet from space. First autoland by transport aircraft with thrust-only control. Listed below are 60 of the most important that have laid the groundwork for the agency’s current programs and future endeavors. Built by Hughes Aircraft Company, Intelsat 1 (known as Early Bird at the time) was the first communications satellite placed in a geosynchronous orbit. The first orbital flight of the space shuttle, NASA's reusable space vehicle. In 2006, John Mather of NASA and George Smoot of the University of California would share the Nobel Prize for their work based on COBE data. Listed below are 60 of the most important that have laid the groundwork for the agency’s current programs and future endeavors. Bottom row, from left: Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist; Rick D. Husband, mission commander; Laurel B. Clark, mission specialist; and Ilan Ramon, payload specialist from the Israeli Space Agency. Astronaut John Glenn got that job, making three laps around the Earth in just under five hours. June 3-7, 1965: The 2nd piloted Gemini mission, Gemini 4, stays aloft for 4 days. NASA history timeline The following is an abbreviated timeline of some of the major events during, and just before, NASA official formation. The crew had to use the lunar module as a lifeboat while they spent more than three days circling the moon and returning to Earth. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Features. NASA history timeline The following is an abbreviated timeline of some of the major events during, and just before, NASA official formation. Launch of Friendship 7 (also part of the Mercury Project) makes astronaut John Glenn the first American to go into orbit. The Surveyor spacecraft lands on the moon. The spacecraft is intended to reach the moon but doesn't make it. At the time it consisted of only about 8,000 employees and an annual budget of $100 million.

Their discoveries have been vast, and they continue making strides for mankind today. Pioneer 10 becomes the first spacecraft to travel beyond the orbits of the known planets. Section 20112 (a)(3) of the Act directs NASA "to provide for the widest practicable and appropriate dissemination of information concerning NASA activities and the results thereof." A fire on the launch pad kills the first Apollo crew: Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee. Based in part on the Apollo navigation computer (and championed by Neil Armstrong, then at NASA Headquarters) fly-by-wire systems are used in aircraft around the world today. 1958 - 2018 Mariner 9 reaches Mars and becomes the first spacecraft to orbit another planet. A solar eclipse visible across the United States becomes the biggest online event in NASA's history. NASA launched Ranger 1, with the mission of photographing and mapping part of the Moon's surface. STS-88 had joined the Unity node to Zarya on Dec. 6, 1998, officially beginning construction of the ISS.

NASA launches Skylab, the first U.S. space station. The first commercial resupply mission launches to the International Space Station. Magellan May 15, 1989, Mapped out Venus's atomosphere. First conceived in the 1940s and initially called the Large Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope took decades of planning and research before it launched on April 24, 1990. Scientists were also able to track it as a way of understanding the upper layers of Earth’s atmosphere. NASA HISTORY, 1958-1998. The effort would start with Sergei Krikalev becoming the first Russian to fly aboard an American spacecraft when he joined the STS-60 crew for its 1994 flight. Date Event; October 1, 1958: NASA begins operation The National Aeronautics and Space Administration began operations in October 1958. The crew of the space shuttle Challenger, including teacher Christa McAuliffe, is lost shortly after launch. CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite, also on the broadcast, later said that "We all glimpsed something of the true power of the instrument we had wrought. Freedom 7, the first piloted Mercury spacecraft carrying Astronaut Alan B. Shepard, Jr., was launched from Cape Canaveral by Mercury­Redstone launch vehicle, to an altitude of 302 miles. The telescope would capture a number of iconic images, including the image below of the Eagle Nebula, dubbed “The Pillars of Creation.”, The United States and Russia agree to expand their cooperation in human spaceflight. NASA launches Pioneer 1. (Artist’s concept). From left Doug Hurney, Eric Boe, Bob Behnken and Suni Williams. Guy Bluford becomes the first African-American in space. In six decades, NASA has had too many achievements to easily catalogue on one web page. Linea del Tiempo Historia de la Industria Automotriz, Events that Led to the Ratification of the Constitution, Important Dates in Special Education History, Línea de tiempo de la historia y evolución de las Bases de Datos, La historia de México desde 1821 hasta 1910, LOS 30 EVENTOS MAS IMPORTANTES DE LA MICROBIOLOGIA, Evolution of Media (Traditional Media to New Media), Antecedentes y aportes de la química (linea del tiempo), LINEA DEL TIEMPO DE LA ANATOMÍA Y FISIOLOGÍA, See more Science and Technology timelines, http://history.nasa.gov/40thann/define.htm, http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/pioneer-3.htm, http://www.all-creatures.org/articles/ar-50.html, http://www.raytheon.com/newsroom/technology/rtn13_natspace/, http://www.noticiasdot.com/publicaciones/gadgetmania/2010/04/29/diez-anos-de-navegacion-por-satelite/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/beautiful-images/6837813207/?rb=1, http://astronautscholarship.org/Astronauts/alan-b-shepard-jr/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyndon_B._Johnson_Space_Center, http://exploration.grc.nasa.gov/education/rocket/gallery/saturn/saturn1.html, http://www.nndb.com/people/941/000022875/. The spacecraft is intended to reach the moon but doesn't make it. NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Follow this link to skip to the main content, Photo Gallery: Alan Shepard and Freedom 7, NASA, Space Community Remember 'Freedom 7'. 15 Oct. 1997 The international Cassini space probe mission left Earth bound for Saturn atop an Air Force Titan. It was part of NASA's ongoing efforts to improve aeronautics and led one Boeing executive to say, “NASA’s work on managing the sound barrier provided the fundamental understanding of transonic and supersonic aerodynamics, which allowed the development of the aircraft we fly around in today.”. NASA Administrator James E. Webb announced on this date that the site of the NASA center dedicated to human space flight would be Houston, Texas.

Galileo and Casini 1995 Sent to observe Jupiter and Saturn.

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Astronauts Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Neil Armstrong become the first men to walk on the moon.

Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to enter space and return safely. Launch of the Cosmic Background Explorer, which measured the background radiation of the universe to better understand how the universe formed after the Big Bang. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first humans to walk on another celestial body. NASA launched TIROS 1, the first successful meteorological satellite, observing Earth's weather. This idea had been popularized by Arthur C. Clarke in 1945. Oumuamua, first known interstellarr object, makes closest approach to Earth. America's Next Moonshot Moment. NASA launches Transit 1B, the first experimental orbital navigation system. To get the best experience possible, please download a compatible browser. Landsat 1 launch, beginning more than 40 years of continuous observations of the Earth's land surfaces, oceans and atmosphere. It was the first American space flight involving human beings. first human to enter space April 12, 1961. This became the Manned Spacecraft Center.

Tiros 1 operated for only 78 days but proved scientists could monitor the Earth's weather patterns and cloud cover from space. Viking 1 lands on Mars, beginning NASA’s 40 years of exploration of the Red Planet. Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space, making a 15-minute suborbital flight. He is shown here in August giving commissions to T. Keith Glennan (right) and Hugh L. Dryden (left), NASA's first administrator and deputy administrator respectively. The Hubble Space Telescope deployed from STS-31. Premiere of “The Martian” featuring many of the technologies NASA is working to explore the moon and Mars. Total flight time was just shy of five hours. It is the first manned spacecraft to leave the gravitational influence of Earth. A project inherited from the U.S. Army, Pioneer 1 became NASA’s first spacecraft. Launch of Viking 1, the first orbiter and lander sent to Mars. In 1995, American Norm Thagard would spend 115 days aboard the Russian space station. Both landed safely on Mars and for six years sent back the first set of images and data from the Martian surface. Voyager 1 becomes the first spacecraft to reach interstellar space. Aboard the International Space Station, astronaut T.J. Creamer sends the first unassisted Tweet from space. First autoland by transport aircraft with thrust-only control. Listed below are 60 of the most important that have laid the groundwork for the agency’s current programs and future endeavors. Built by Hughes Aircraft Company, Intelsat 1 (known as Early Bird at the time) was the first communications satellite placed in a geosynchronous orbit. The first orbital flight of the space shuttle, NASA's reusable space vehicle. In 2006, John Mather of NASA and George Smoot of the University of California would share the Nobel Prize for their work based on COBE data. Listed below are 60 of the most important that have laid the groundwork for the agency’s current programs and future endeavors. Bottom row, from left: Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist; Rick D. Husband, mission commander; Laurel B. Clark, mission specialist; and Ilan Ramon, payload specialist from the Israeli Space Agency. Astronaut John Glenn got that job, making three laps around the Earth in just under five hours. June 3-7, 1965: The 2nd piloted Gemini mission, Gemini 4, stays aloft for 4 days. NASA history timeline The following is an abbreviated timeline of some of the major events during, and just before, NASA official formation. The crew had to use the lunar module as a lifeboat while they spent more than three days circling the moon and returning to Earth. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Features. NASA history timeline The following is an abbreviated timeline of some of the major events during, and just before, NASA official formation. Launch of Friendship 7 (also part of the Mercury Project) makes astronaut John Glenn the first American to go into orbit. The Surveyor spacecraft lands on the moon. The spacecraft is intended to reach the moon but doesn't make it. At the time it consisted of only about 8,000 employees and an annual budget of $100 million.

Their discoveries have been vast, and they continue making strides for mankind today. Pioneer 10 becomes the first spacecraft to travel beyond the orbits of the known planets. Section 20112 (a)(3) of the Act directs NASA "to provide for the widest practicable and appropriate dissemination of information concerning NASA activities and the results thereof." A fire on the launch pad kills the first Apollo crew: Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee. Based in part on the Apollo navigation computer (and championed by Neil Armstrong, then at NASA Headquarters) fly-by-wire systems are used in aircraft around the world today. 1958 - 2018 Mariner 9 reaches Mars and becomes the first spacecraft to orbit another planet. A solar eclipse visible across the United States becomes the biggest online event in NASA's history. NASA launched Ranger 1, with the mission of photographing and mapping part of the Moon's surface. STS-88 had joined the Unity node to Zarya on Dec. 6, 1998, officially beginning construction of the ISS.

NASA launches Skylab, the first U.S. space station. The first commercial resupply mission launches to the International Space Station. Magellan May 15, 1989, Mapped out Venus's atomosphere. First conceived in the 1940s and initially called the Large Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope took decades of planning and research before it launched on April 24, 1990. Scientists were also able to track it as a way of understanding the upper layers of Earth’s atmosphere. NASA HISTORY, 1958-1998. The effort would start with Sergei Krikalev becoming the first Russian to fly aboard an American spacecraft when he joined the STS-60 crew for its 1994 flight. Date Event; October 1, 1958: NASA begins operation The National Aeronautics and Space Administration began operations in October 1958. The crew of the space shuttle Challenger, including teacher Christa McAuliffe, is lost shortly after launch. CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite, also on the broadcast, later said that "We all glimpsed something of the true power of the instrument we had wrought. Freedom 7, the first piloted Mercury spacecraft carrying Astronaut Alan B. Shepard, Jr., was launched from Cape Canaveral by Mercury­Redstone launch vehicle, to an altitude of 302 miles. The telescope would capture a number of iconic images, including the image below of the Eagle Nebula, dubbed “The Pillars of Creation.”, The United States and Russia agree to expand their cooperation in human spaceflight. NASA launches Pioneer 1. (Artist’s concept). From left Doug Hurney, Eric Boe, Bob Behnken and Suni Williams. Guy Bluford becomes the first African-American in space. In six decades, NASA has had too many achievements to easily catalogue on one web page. Linea del Tiempo Historia de la Industria Automotriz, Events that Led to the Ratification of the Constitution, Important Dates in Special Education History, Línea de tiempo de la historia y evolución de las Bases de Datos, La historia de México desde 1821 hasta 1910, LOS 30 EVENTOS MAS IMPORTANTES DE LA MICROBIOLOGIA, Evolution of Media (Traditional Media to New Media), Antecedentes y aportes de la química (linea del tiempo), LINEA DEL TIEMPO DE LA ANATOMÍA Y FISIOLOGÍA, See more Science and Technology timelines, http://history.nasa.gov/40thann/define.htm, http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/pioneer-3.htm, http://www.all-creatures.org/articles/ar-50.html, http://www.raytheon.com/newsroom/technology/rtn13_natspace/, http://www.noticiasdot.com/publicaciones/gadgetmania/2010/04/29/diez-anos-de-navegacion-por-satelite/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/beautiful-images/6837813207/?rb=1, http://astronautscholarship.org/Astronauts/alan-b-shepard-jr/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyndon_B._Johnson_Space_Center, http://exploration.grc.nasa.gov/education/rocket/gallery/saturn/saturn1.html, http://www.nndb.com/people/941/000022875/. The spacecraft is intended to reach the moon but doesn't make it. NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Follow this link to skip to the main content, Photo Gallery: Alan Shepard and Freedom 7, NASA, Space Community Remember 'Freedom 7'. 15 Oct. 1997 The international Cassini space probe mission left Earth bound for Saturn atop an Air Force Titan. It was part of NASA's ongoing efforts to improve aeronautics and led one Boeing executive to say, “NASA’s work on managing the sound barrier provided the fundamental understanding of transonic and supersonic aerodynamics, which allowed the development of the aircraft we fly around in today.”. NASA Administrator James E. Webb announced on this date that the site of the NASA center dedicated to human space flight would be Houston, Texas.

Galileo and Casini 1995 Sent to observe Jupiter and Saturn.

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The United States, Russia, Japan, Canada and the European Space Agency announce they will cooperate on building the International Space Station. But once the goal was set, NASA responded. Orbiting the Moon on Christmas Eve, they add some perspective to a turbulent 1968 in their TV broadcast that concludes with a reading from the Book of Genesis. A timeline created with Timetoast's interactive timeline maker. On January 28th 1986, tragedy struck. NASA launches TIROS 1, the first weather satellite. NASA's "successful failure" begins with an explosion in the service module of the Apollo 13 spacecraft. More NASA History Links › 2008: 50th Anniversary of NASA › NASA History Office › NASA Missions in History. On July 23, it relayed the first publicly available transatlantic TV signal, showing pictures of the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower, part of a baseball game and remarks by President Kennedy on the value of the American dollar, which was causing concern in Europe. Jul 29, 1958. New Horizons flies by Pluto, sending back the first close up views of the dwarf planet. A gathering at Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station marks the 50-year anniversary of America's first human spaceflight.

Astronauts Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Neil Armstrong become the first men to walk on the moon.

Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to enter space and return safely. Launch of the Cosmic Background Explorer, which measured the background radiation of the universe to better understand how the universe formed after the Big Bang. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first humans to walk on another celestial body. NASA launched TIROS 1, the first successful meteorological satellite, observing Earth's weather. This idea had been popularized by Arthur C. Clarke in 1945. Oumuamua, first known interstellarr object, makes closest approach to Earth. America's Next Moonshot Moment. NASA launches Transit 1B, the first experimental orbital navigation system. To get the best experience possible, please download a compatible browser. Landsat 1 launch, beginning more than 40 years of continuous observations of the Earth's land surfaces, oceans and atmosphere. It was the first American space flight involving human beings. first human to enter space April 12, 1961. This became the Manned Spacecraft Center.

Tiros 1 operated for only 78 days but proved scientists could monitor the Earth's weather patterns and cloud cover from space. Viking 1 lands on Mars, beginning NASA’s 40 years of exploration of the Red Planet. Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space, making a 15-minute suborbital flight. He is shown here in August giving commissions to T. Keith Glennan (right) and Hugh L. Dryden (left), NASA's first administrator and deputy administrator respectively. The Hubble Space Telescope deployed from STS-31. Premiere of “The Martian” featuring many of the technologies NASA is working to explore the moon and Mars. Total flight time was just shy of five hours. It is the first manned spacecraft to leave the gravitational influence of Earth. A project inherited from the U.S. Army, Pioneer 1 became NASA’s first spacecraft. Launch of Viking 1, the first orbiter and lander sent to Mars. In 1995, American Norm Thagard would spend 115 days aboard the Russian space station. Both landed safely on Mars and for six years sent back the first set of images and data from the Martian surface. Voyager 1 becomes the first spacecraft to reach interstellar space. Aboard the International Space Station, astronaut T.J. Creamer sends the first unassisted Tweet from space. First autoland by transport aircraft with thrust-only control. Listed below are 60 of the most important that have laid the groundwork for the agency’s current programs and future endeavors. Built by Hughes Aircraft Company, Intelsat 1 (known as Early Bird at the time) was the first communications satellite placed in a geosynchronous orbit. The first orbital flight of the space shuttle, NASA's reusable space vehicle. In 2006, John Mather of NASA and George Smoot of the University of California would share the Nobel Prize for their work based on COBE data. Listed below are 60 of the most important that have laid the groundwork for the agency’s current programs and future endeavors. Bottom row, from left: Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist; Rick D. Husband, mission commander; Laurel B. Clark, mission specialist; and Ilan Ramon, payload specialist from the Israeli Space Agency. Astronaut John Glenn got that job, making three laps around the Earth in just under five hours. June 3-7, 1965: The 2nd piloted Gemini mission, Gemini 4, stays aloft for 4 days. NASA history timeline The following is an abbreviated timeline of some of the major events during, and just before, NASA official formation. The crew had to use the lunar module as a lifeboat while they spent more than three days circling the moon and returning to Earth. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Features. NASA history timeline The following is an abbreviated timeline of some of the major events during, and just before, NASA official formation. Launch of Friendship 7 (also part of the Mercury Project) makes astronaut John Glenn the first American to go into orbit. The Surveyor spacecraft lands on the moon. The spacecraft is intended to reach the moon but doesn't make it. At the time it consisted of only about 8,000 employees and an annual budget of $100 million.

Their discoveries have been vast, and they continue making strides for mankind today. Pioneer 10 becomes the first spacecraft to travel beyond the orbits of the known planets. Section 20112 (a)(3) of the Act directs NASA "to provide for the widest practicable and appropriate dissemination of information concerning NASA activities and the results thereof." A fire on the launch pad kills the first Apollo crew: Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee. Based in part on the Apollo navigation computer (and championed by Neil Armstrong, then at NASA Headquarters) fly-by-wire systems are used in aircraft around the world today. 1958 - 2018 Mariner 9 reaches Mars and becomes the first spacecraft to orbit another planet. A solar eclipse visible across the United States becomes the biggest online event in NASA's history. NASA launched Ranger 1, with the mission of photographing and mapping part of the Moon's surface. STS-88 had joined the Unity node to Zarya on Dec. 6, 1998, officially beginning construction of the ISS.

NASA launches Skylab, the first U.S. space station. The first commercial resupply mission launches to the International Space Station. Magellan May 15, 1989, Mapped out Venus's atomosphere. First conceived in the 1940s and initially called the Large Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope took decades of planning and research before it launched on April 24, 1990. Scientists were also able to track it as a way of understanding the upper layers of Earth’s atmosphere. NASA HISTORY, 1958-1998. The effort would start with Sergei Krikalev becoming the first Russian to fly aboard an American spacecraft when he joined the STS-60 crew for its 1994 flight. Date Event; October 1, 1958: NASA begins operation The National Aeronautics and Space Administration began operations in October 1958. The crew of the space shuttle Challenger, including teacher Christa McAuliffe, is lost shortly after launch. CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite, also on the broadcast, later said that "We all glimpsed something of the true power of the instrument we had wrought. Freedom 7, the first piloted Mercury spacecraft carrying Astronaut Alan B. Shepard, Jr., was launched from Cape Canaveral by Mercury­Redstone launch vehicle, to an altitude of 302 miles. The telescope would capture a number of iconic images, including the image below of the Eagle Nebula, dubbed “The Pillars of Creation.”, The United States and Russia agree to expand their cooperation in human spaceflight. NASA launches Pioneer 1. (Artist’s concept). From left Doug Hurney, Eric Boe, Bob Behnken and Suni Williams. Guy Bluford becomes the first African-American in space. In six decades, NASA has had too many achievements to easily catalogue on one web page. Linea del Tiempo Historia de la Industria Automotriz, Events that Led to the Ratification of the Constitution, Important Dates in Special Education History, Línea de tiempo de la historia y evolución de las Bases de Datos, La historia de México desde 1821 hasta 1910, LOS 30 EVENTOS MAS IMPORTANTES DE LA MICROBIOLOGIA, Evolution of Media (Traditional Media to New Media), Antecedentes y aportes de la química (linea del tiempo), LINEA DEL TIEMPO DE LA ANATOMÍA Y FISIOLOGÍA, See more Science and Technology timelines, http://history.nasa.gov/40thann/define.htm, http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/pioneer-3.htm, http://www.all-creatures.org/articles/ar-50.html, http://www.raytheon.com/newsroom/technology/rtn13_natspace/, http://www.noticiasdot.com/publicaciones/gadgetmania/2010/04/29/diez-anos-de-navegacion-por-satelite/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/beautiful-images/6837813207/?rb=1, http://astronautscholarship.org/Astronauts/alan-b-shepard-jr/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyndon_B._Johnson_Space_Center, http://exploration.grc.nasa.gov/education/rocket/gallery/saturn/saturn1.html, http://www.nndb.com/people/941/000022875/. The spacecraft is intended to reach the moon but doesn't make it. NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Follow this link to skip to the main content, Photo Gallery: Alan Shepard and Freedom 7, NASA, Space Community Remember 'Freedom 7'. 15 Oct. 1997 The international Cassini space probe mission left Earth bound for Saturn atop an Air Force Titan. It was part of NASA's ongoing efforts to improve aeronautics and led one Boeing executive to say, “NASA’s work on managing the sound barrier provided the fundamental understanding of transonic and supersonic aerodynamics, which allowed the development of the aircraft we fly around in today.”. NASA Administrator James E. Webb announced on this date that the site of the NASA center dedicated to human space flight would be Houston, Texas.

Galileo and Casini 1995 Sent to observe Jupiter and Saturn.

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