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an independent agency of the United States government responsible for aviation and spaceflight

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The American space agency will send its own probe, Maven, 13 days later.
Patrick also revealed that he had spent time working for the American space agency, NASA, as a "moon-mapper".
American space agency NASA has asked for samples of their best-selling lines.
Audi is capitalising on the fact that it has applied for more design patents than the American space agency, Nasa.
Ten years ago, scientists from the American space agency Nasa said they had found small rod-like structures in the meteorite that were believed to be fossil bacteria.
Police called on the American space agency to help enhance CCTV video footage in a bid to find clues to the identity of the people responsible for killing Martin Silvester.
NASA, the American space agency, are tracking the iceberg as it moves north and west around the Antarctic.
Computer experts at 3SL have beaten off a host of rivals to land a $750,000 contract with the American space agency.
However, the recent announcement that American space agency Nasa plans to send astronauts back to the Moon in 2018 after a 45-year hiatus did not meet with much enthusiasm in Wales.
Infrared light was measured from two planets in distant star systems using the American space agency Nasa's Spitzer space telescope.
The American space agency Nasa, which is funding the research, hopes swarms of crawling "musclebots" might one day plug small holes in spacecraft.
With the help of American space agency NASA, the ITF spent 18 months developing the larger ball, designed to reduce the dominance of the service.
Today both the American space agency Nasa and the European Space Agency (Esa) plan to send astronauts back to the Moon and ultimately onto Mars.
Mission controllers at the American space agency Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, clapped, cheered and hugged each other when the impactor struck.
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