NASA exploratory projects - The term NASA refers to National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which is a space investigation executive branch agency of United States Government. NASA was established on 29th July, 1958 by the National Aeronautics and Space Act, replacing the previous one named National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NASA), and NASA became functional on 1st October 1958. The science of NASA is mainly focused on the way to understand our earth more through the help of earth understanding system. The present strategy of United States of America about space shows that NASA will make economical automatic as well as human-aided plans for the development and explorations with the help of space systems for civilians in order to advance our fundamental information about the earth and the other parts of the universe.
The new coming projects of NASA involve a deep survey of Saturn and Mars. As a large and improved laboratory or branch of NASA, they are manufacturing a Laboratory of science for Mars and most probably will be launched in year 2011 as a result of postponement caused due to some hardware problems else it was supposed to be launched in October 2009. NASA is mainly focused to understand more and to protect our planet Earth and to explore the universe in search of different life forms along with providing an inspiration for the next generation of explorers. The highest post held in NASA is the administrator of NASA and holds the power to serve the president as the senior space science advisor. NASA has also started Energy Efficiency and Water Conservation Program as an agency wide program to reduce energy utilization and water pollution, which is in the welfare of mankind. Thus, NASA is contributing a lot in the world of exploration of life and other significant explorations of the universe and also facilitates the new explorers a path to move on with.