National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Forms

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is the United States government agency responsible for the country's civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research. NASA conducts research and exploration missions in space, develops technologies for space and aviation purposes, and aims to advance our understanding of Earth, the solar system, and the universe. They also work on launching and maintaining satellites, studying climate change, and developing technology for space travel.




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This document is a worksheet that provides answers for a survival on the moon activity. It is designed to help students learn about the challenges and solutions for surviving on the moon.

This document is for obtaining consent from adults to participate in adult media production. It outlines the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved and ensures that participants are of legal age and willing to participate.

This document is used for reporting the end of hosting for Landsat satellites. It includes important information about the status and condition of the hosted satellite.

This Form is used for reporting the results of a counting study. It is used to document and summarize the data collected during a counting study, which is a research method used to quantify or assess the number of items or occurrences of interest.

This Form is used for tracking any damage or temporary removal of exhibits at the Landsat Exhibit.

This form is used for requesting changes to a document. It is commonly referred to as the Document Change Request (DCR) form.

This document is used to gather and record biographical information about Scott J. Kelly. It may include details such as his personal background, education, and work history.


This document provides instructions and guidelines for creating a straw rocket craft. It is a fun and engaging activity that involves making a rocket out of a straw and launching it using a simple mechanism. Perfect for kids and educational purposes.

This document provides a template for creating an origami model of NASA's Starshade. The Starshade is a technology being developed by NASA to help search for exoplanets. Use this template to fold your own paper Starshade and learn about NASA's exploration of outer space through origami.

This document provides information about the design and construction of tetrahedral kites by NASA. It includes principles of aerodynamics and kite flying specifics. Perfect for hobbyists, researchers, and kite enthusiasts.

This document provides a detailed template for creating an X-59 snowflake pattern. It's useful for holiday crafts, educational projects, or festive decorations.

This document provides the templates for creating paper helicopters inspired by NASA's designs. Ideal for educators, parents, or anyone interested in aviation and space exploration. It doubles as an educational tool to learn more about aerodynamics and principles used in real-life aircraft.

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