July 06, 2020
For 60 years, NASA’s mission to further knowledge of our home planet and the search for life on other worlds is a source of pride for us all. From Apollo 13’s journey to the Moon to Pioneer 10’s flight to Jupiter, NASA employees’ expertise, passion, and dedication have helped us reach the stars. For them, the sky is literally not the limit.
Our union is proud to represent NASA employees at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., Marshall Space Center, Ala., Langley Research Center and Wallops Island, Va., and Johnson Space Center, Texas.
NASA’s impact on our everyday lives
Even though NASA is a space exploration agency, technologies developed for space actually benefit our daily life in so many ways. Here are a few examples of everyday products born out of space technologies that benefit all of us:
Isn’t NASA amazing?
For the full list of NASA spinoff products, click here.
Even though the United States has the world’s highest numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths, the federal government has remained open throughout the outbreak.
More than 13,000 employees at the USCIS have received their furlough notices, but they have not given up on saving their jobs and their agency.