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It’s Not Just For Babies Anymore


After 30 years and completing more than 130 missions, the NASA space shuttle program is now history. Last Thursday, the space shuttle Discovery, the workhorse of the program, became part of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. The remaining space shuttles will go on display at other institutions across the country.

No doubt about it, NASA has made significant contributions to science and exploration, such as landing the first man on the moon. But through its programs, it has also led to the development of products that found practical applications in everyday life. Some of them are athletic shoes, cordless tools, water filters, memory foam, scratch-resistant lenses, and space diaper.

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April 23, 2012 at 6:05 am 9 comments


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