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Space Exploration Day – Space Exploration Day occurs every year on July 20. Also known as National Moon Day, President Ronald Reagan created this holiday to commemorate the first crewed mission to the moon and moon landing.
History of Space Exploration – During the time that has passed since the launching of the first artificial satellite in 1957, astronauts have traveled to the moon, probes have explored the solar system, and instruments in space have discovered thousands of planets around other stars.
NASA Missions – More than 250 robotic spacecraft—and 24 humans—have ventured into space since we first began exploring beyond Earth’s atmosphere in 1958. This section focuses on U.S. missions with science goals to study planets, moons, asteroids and comets beyond Earth orbit.
Why Explore Space?
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Top 10 Space Exploration Accomplishments.
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