NASA's Future

"As a former astronaut and the current NASA Administrator, I'm here to tell you that American leadership in space will continue for at least the next half-century because we have laid the foundation for success - and failure is not an option."

-- Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator, July 1, 2011

Many people viewed the space shuttle program and the ISS as white elephants, but many of those same people admit they were sad to see the futuristic and extraordinary winged spaceship, that looks like it flew off the cover of a comic book, finally be retired. The Shuttle was killed by a mixture of rising costs, dwindling budgets, growing public apathy and little political support. So what's next for NASA?

History of NASA

NASA was formed in 1958 and is in charge of U.S. science and technology relating to airplanes or space.

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NASA is working on designs for new spacecraft capable of sending humans to space, Mars and beyond.

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ISS Space Station

The International Space Station is the center piece to the getting humans in to low orbit activicties.

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NASA is performing research to design and make aircrafts that are safer, more fuel efficient, quieter and also eco-responsible.

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The sun is 330,330 times larger than the earth!