Space Agency

Some articles on space, space agency:

ISS - Politics - International Co-operation
... Segment hardware usage between contributors International co-operation in space began between the United States and the Soviet Union in 1972, with the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project ... as India, Syria and France, in manned and unmanned missions to Space stations Salyut 6 and 7 ... In 1994–98 NASA Space Shuttles and crew visited MIR in the Shuttle-Mir programme ...
Sapienza University Of Rome - Notable Alumni
... and managing director of Goldman Sachs International Umberto Guidoni 1954 Astrophysics European Space Agency and Italian Space Agency astronaut(ESA/ASI) and ...
Austrian Space Agency
... The Austrian Space Agency is an organization whose purpose is to coordinate Austrian space exploration-related activities, both national programs and European Space Agency related ... Austria became a member state of the European Space Agency ... ASA is notable for coordinating the first space flight of an Austrian, that of engineer Franz Viehböck with a Russian Soyuz spacecraft in 1990 ...
STS-85 - Mission Highlights
... designed to study Earth's middle atmosphere along with a test of potential International Space Station hardware highlighted NASA's sixth Shuttle ... (CRISTA-SPAS-2) made its second flight on the Space Shuttle (previous flight STS-66 in 1994) and was the fourth mission in a cooperative venture between the German Space Agency (DARA) and NASA ... carrier for state-of-the-art optical surfaces to study the impact of the atomic oxygen and the space environment on materials and services ...
Comparison Of Asian National Space Programs - Asian Space Agencies and Programs
... Bangladesh – Space Research and Remote Sensing Organization (SPARRSO) People's Republic of China – China National Space Administration (CNSA) (Chinese ...

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    If we remembered everything, we should on most occasions be as ill off as if we remembered nothing. It would take us as long to recall a space of time as it took the original time to elapse, and we should never get ahead with our thinking. All recollected times undergo, accordingly, what M. Ribot calls foreshortening; and this foreshortening is due to the omission of an enormous number of facts which filled them.
    William James (1842–1910)