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Government Documents - National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Home
Description of the NASA publications available in our collection. Topics include aerospace engineering, space travel, planets, and research and development.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established in 1958. Its predecessor agency was the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA), which was formed in 1915. NASA is responsible for the U.S. space program. It also conducts scientific research on a wide variety of subjects.
GAO produces reports about NASA's programs, contracts, and other activities at the request of members of Congress.
Government Documents holds an extensive collection of NASA publications, including the following titles. Approximately 25% of our holdings are cataloged.
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These publications are indexed through the NASA technical reports server (NTRS), which also provides links to the full text of most publications. For assistance finding printed or microfiche copies of NASA reports that aren't available online, please contact a librarian.
We have numerous sets of photographs of planets and other objects in space, stickers, posters, pamphlets, CD-ROMs, and other NASA and NACA publications. We also have reports about all of the space program disasters as well as Congressional hearings about NASA funding and activities. Please ask a government documents librarian for assistance.