10 NASA Inventions, Surely use Every Day and Did not Know - Part 1 3

10 NASA Inventions, Surely use Every Day and Did not Know – Part 1

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On July 29, 1958, President Eisenhower signed the Founding Act of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration , the NASA (acronym for National Aeronautics and Space Administration ), which did not begin to run until October of that year with four laboratories and about 8000 employees.

From the beginning, the purpose of the new branch was beyond space ships and moon boots. The law stipulated that both research and developments should benefit all people and in its 50 year history,NASA has fulfilled that role.

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Google will Guide us to the 100,000 Stars at Google Chrome 5

Google will Guide us to the 100,000 Stars at Google Chrome

It seems that Google has set goal other than Earth to map space, even in a more artistic and less accurate performance. The laboratories of the company developed a new pilot project called “100,000 Star” which is dedicated to space Using images and data from NASA and the European Space Agency and other sources. With the support of Chrome for the latest web technologies such as The HTML 5, WebGL and CSS 3D, the Google team unveiled a web site where you can browse among the stars of our galaxy and read important information about each star from Wikipedia.

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