30 Best Nasa Quotes And Sayings

We all want to make positive impacts on the world around us, but it can be difficult to understand how to set our own goals. Wouldn’t it be awesome if there was a place you could go where you could learn how to make an impact? Well, NASA has the answer! NASA is dedicated to exploring space and discovering new things. They also created several amazing quotes that outline their mission and what they do. The below list has some of the best quotes about nasa, its missions, and why they are awesome.

People say- 'NASA lies.' I say- 'the moon knows it...
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People say- 'NASA lies.' I say- 'the moon knows it all. Look at the moon and forget the spinning flat world. Munia Khan
An invention is a responsibility of the individual, society cannot...
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An invention is a responsibility of the individual, society cannot invent, it can only applaud the invention and inventor. Amit Kalantri
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When I started writing I wanted the best tools. I skipped right over chisels on rocks, stylus on wet clay plates, quills and fountain pens, even mechanical pencils, and went straight to one of the first popular spin-offs of the aerospace program: the ballpoint pen. They were developed for comber navigators in the war because fountain pens would squirt all over your leather bomber jacket at altitude. (I have a cherished example of the next generation ballpoint, a pressurized Space Pen cleverly designed to work in weightlessness, given to me by Spider Robinson. At least, I cherish it when I can find it. It is also cleverly designed to seek out the lowest point of your desk, roll off, then find the lowest point on the floor, under a heavy piece of furniture. That's because it is cylindrical and lacks a pocket clip to keep it from rolling. In space, I presume it would float out of your pocket and find a forgotten corner of your spacecraft to hide in. NASA spent $3 million developing it. Good job, guys. I'm sure it's around here somewhere.) . John Varley
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On a plaque attached to the NASA deep space probe we [human beings] are described in symbols for the benefit of any aliens who might meet the spacecraft as “bilaterly symmetrical, sexually differentiated bipeds, located on one of the outer spiral arms of the Milky Way, capable of recognising the prime numbers and moved by one extraordinary quality that lasts longer than all our other urges–curiosity. David G. Wells
Turns out even NASA can't improve on duct tape.
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Turns out even NASA can't improve on duct tape. Andy Weir
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Mars will not be our new home; it will be our new hotel! Because for a new place to be our own home, we need to see the things we used to see: An autumn lake, a bird singing in the misty morning or even desert camels walking in the sunset! Mehmet Murat Ildan
Spaceflight will never tolerate carelessness, incapacity, and neglect.
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Spaceflight will never tolerate carelessness, incapacity, and neglect. Gene Kranz
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NASA astronauts have only managed to live continuously on the International Space Station (ISS) for a year and Biosphere 2 on Earth failed at two years of uninterrupted human habitation. Both cases required extracting the sickened people from the toxic environments. At this point it is ludicrous to talk about a permanent manned base on Mars. Steven Magee
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This is the second Old Master I have encountered that has the signatures of another artist forged over it. A painting that has been created by another artist entirely. It's like they played mix and match. Dayna S. Rubin
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Don't tell me the sky is the limit - there's footprints on the Moon. - Overheard at a flee market. Joseph Shellim
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With an accelerated schedule of launch in just two months, NASA and contractor launch and support teams labor steadily with six-day work weeks by day and night shifts Martha Lemasters
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The complete Apollo team...directly involves slightly over 400, 000 people... Included are some if the country's foremost scientists and engineers. This mobilization of men and resources is unprecedented in history since WWII Martha Lemasters
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There was virtually no aspect of twentieth-century defense technology that had not been touched by the hands and minds of female mathematicians. Margot Lee Shetterly
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I'm fairly certain that, at this very minute, the [Mars Polar Lander] is floating somewhere around the Neptune feeling tired and cranky and looking for a Holiday Inn.Of course, you'd have to have a heart of titanium not to feel a twinge of sadness while watching those dejected NASA scientiest waiting by the phone like the class wallflower on prom week. On the other hand, it was kind of fun to watch a bunch of men waiting by the phone and seeing how they feel when someone promises they'll call and then YOU NEVER HEAR FROM HIM AGAIN. Celia Rivenbark
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I am, like you, travelling along a road of absolute uncertainty and chaos. The only truth is that one day, we will all reach the end. M.E. Ellington
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The scary thing about the protective properties of dietary intake regarding abnormal human radiation exposures is that NASA has understood this for decades! Steven Magee
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The moon is considered a relatively easy object to land humans on, everything else is much harder by orders of magnitude. It is the reason why we have not been to Mars and will likely never go there successfully with humans. Steven Magee
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Science, enabled by engineering, empowered by NASA, tells us not only that we are in the universe but that the universe is in us. And for me, that sense of belonging elevates, not denigrates, the ego. Neil Degrasse Tyson
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I was impressed by the scene in Apollo 13 where the astronauts request confirmation of their calculations and several people at Mission Control dive for their slide rules. For several months after that, my standard response to statements like "We must implement multi-processor object-oriented Java-based client-server technologies immediately! " was "You know, FORTRAN and slide rules put men on the moon and got them back safely multiple times." Tended to shut them up, at least for a moment. Matt Roberts
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We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win. John F. Kennedy