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What spacecraft does NASA commonly use?

It depends on what your definition of "spacecraft" is vs NASA's definition. NASA considers anything flying in space to be a spacecraft. However, many not in the Aerospace indu (MORE)
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If NASA wanted to land a spacecraft on Saturn could it happen?

Saturn is a gas giant, it may not even have a solid surface in the middle. Even if there were, no imaginable spacecraft could survive long enough to reach it. Gas giants can b (MORE)

NASA built the Manned spacecraft center in this state?

The Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's center for human spaceflight training, research, and flight control. The center consi (MORE)

Why NASA decided to launch a manned spacecraft to the moon?

They decided to launch a manned mission to the moon out of pride. It was during the cold war and the Russians were trying to put a man on the moon and so the U.S.A, not wantin (MORE)
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Why did the moon ring like a bell when a NASA spacecraft crashed into it?

because its hollow!, maybe? haha, the moon is quite mysterious thats for sure, its bigger than makes any sense for the size of our planet. I mean look at the size of the moons (MORE)
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What might be the new NASA spacecraft?

NASA develops new satellites and rockets on a somewhat regular basis, however if you're referring to MANNED spacecraft then the answer would be the Ares I Rocket. NASA is goin (MORE)
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Where does NASA begin to assemble the spacecraft?

Which spacecraft? "Spacecraft" can refer to either rockets or their payloads. In both cases, the answer depends on which contractors were selected to built different parts of (MORE)
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Why doesnt nasa build rotating spacecraft to simulate gravity?

First, there's no reason to, and second, a spacecraft large enough to simulate it hasn't been required yet. There's also the engineering and design requirements. Such a spac (MORE)