NASAnoun [ + sing/pl verb ]uk /ˈnæs.ə/ us /ˈnæs.ə/
- In 1977, NASA sent two spacecraft, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, on a mission to explore the planets Jupiter and Saturn.
- Scientists at NASA chose 115 pictures and many natural sounds including bird songs, wind, and the sea.
- So the satellite was lost, even though NASA knew where it was.
- The job of NASA is to research and explore space.
- They are still sending information back to NASA.
- To do this, scientists from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) fly into space, and they also use the world’s best telescopes to look into space.