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NASA administrators

  1. T. Keith Glennan (1958–1961)
  2. James E. Webb (1961–1968)
  3. Thomas O. Paine (1969–1970)
  4. James C. Fletcher (1971–1977)
  5. Robert A. Frosch (1977–1981)
  6. James M. Beggs (1981–1985)
  7. James C. Fletcher (1986–1989)
  8. Richard H. Truly (1989–1992)
  9. Daniel S. Goldin (1992–2001)
  10. Sean O'Keefe (2001–2005)
  11. Michael D. Griffin (2005–)

NASA spaceflight missions

Human spaceflight

  • Project Mercury|Mercury program
  • Gemini program
  • Apollo program
  • Apollo-Soyuz (Soviet Union partnership)
  • Skylab
  • Space Shuttle
  • Shuttle-Mir Program (Russian Federal Space Agency|Russian partnership)
  • International Space Station (working together with Russian Federal Space Agency|Russia, Canadian Space Agency|Canada, ESA, and JAXA along with co-operators, Italian Space Agency|ASI and Brazilian Space Agency|Brazil)
  • Crew Exploration Vehicle|Orion Program

Satellite and Robotic space missions

  • Lunar missions
    • Ranger program|Ranger
    • Surveyor program|Surveyor
    • Lunar Orbiter program|Lunar Orbiter
    • Clementine mission|Clementine
    • Lunar Prospector
    • Moon Mineralogy Mapper (NASA instrument for Indian Space Research Organization|ISRO's Chandraayan-1 spacecraft planned for 2007)
    • Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (Planned for 2008)
  • Mercury missions
    • Mariner 10
    • MESSENGER
  • Venus missions
    • Mariner program|Mariner 2, 5 and 10
    • Pioneer Venus project|Pioneer Venus
    • Magellan probe|Magellan
  • exploration of Mars|Mars missions
    • Mariner program|Mariner 4, 6, 7 and 9
    • Viking program|Viking 1 and 2
    • Mars Observer
    • Mars Pathfinder
    • Mars Climate Orbiter
    • Mars Polar Lander
    • Mars Global Surveyor
    • 2001 Mars Odyssey
    • Mars Exploration Rover Mission|Mars Exploration Rovers
    • Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
    • Phoenix (spacecraft)|Phoenix Lander (Planned for 2007)
    • Mars Science Laboratory (Planned for 2009)
    • Mars 2011 (Planned for 2011)
    • Astrobiology Field Laboratory (Planned for 2016)
    • Mars Sample Return Mission (ESA partnership) (Planned for 2016-2024)Wikipedia:Cite sources|Citation needed
  • Jupiter missions
    • Pioneer 10
    • Galileo probe|Galileo
    • Juno spacecraft|Juno (Planned for 2010)
  • Saturn missions
    • Cassini-Huygens together with ESA
  • Neptune missions
    • Neptune Orbiter (Planned for 2016)
  • Pluto missions
    • New Horizons
  • Multi-planet missions
    • Pioneer 11 – Jupiter and Saturn
    • Mariner 10 – Venus and Mercury
    • Voyager 1 – Jupiter and Saturn
    • Voyager 2 – Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune
  • Asteroidal/cometary missions
    • NEAR Shoemaker
    • Deep Space 1
    • Stardust (spacecraft)|Stardust
    • Deep Impact (space mission)|Deep Impact
    • Dawn Mission|Dawn (Planned for 2007)
  • Canceled planetary-asteroid missions
    • Mars Telecommunications Orbiter (cancelled)
    • Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter|JIMO (cancelled)
    • CRAF (cancelled)
    • NetLander (cancelled)
    • Pluto Kuiper Express (cancelled; New Horizons is replacement)
  • Proposed planetary-asteroid missions
    • Glory (spacecraft)|Glory (proposed)
  • Sun observing missions
    • Solar and Heliospheric Observatory|SOHO – European Space Agency|ESA partnership
    • Ulysses (spacecraft)|Ulysses – European Space Agency|ESA partnership
    • STEREO (Planned for 2006)
    • Solar Dynamics Observatory (Planned for 2008)
  • Great Observatories for Space Astrophysics
    • Hubble Space Telescope – ESA partnership
    • Compton Gamma Ray Observatory
    • Chandra X-ray Observatory
    • Spitzer Space Telescope (formerly known as the Space Infrared Telescope Facility, SIRTF)
  • Other space observatory|observatories
    • Cosmic Background Explorer|COBE
    • Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer|FUSE
    • IRAS|Infrared Astronomical Satellite
    • James Webb Space Telescope – ESA partnership (Planned for 2013)
    • WMAP
    • Copernicus - Orbiting Astronomical Observatory-3
    • Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer
    • Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope
    • International Ultraviolet Explorer
    • Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photo-Polarimeter Experiment

Research centers

  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California
  • Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia
  • Glenn Research Center|John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Goddard Institute for Space Studies, New York City

Test facilities

  • Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California
  • Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California
  • Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland
  • Independent Verification and Validation Facility, Fairmont, West Virginia
  • Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia
  • John C. Stennis Space Center, near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi
  • Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, Virginia

Construction and launch facilities

  • George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama
  • John F. Kennedy Space Center, Florida
  • Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas
  • Michoud Assembly Facility, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • White Sands Test Facility, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Deep Space Network

Deep Space Network (DSN) stations

  1. Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex, Barstow, California
  2. Madrid Deep Space Communication Complex, Madrid, Spain
  3. Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Tourism and museum facilities

  • Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • John C. Stennis Space Center, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi
  • John F. Kennedy Space Center, Florida
  • Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas
  • United States Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama