The company "is in talks with the Indian navy to have its entire fleet fitted with this technology," the firm said and added the system developed by the US National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) had other benefits.
What does NASA stand for?
NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Agency
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- National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council
- National Academy of Sciences Ocean Affairs Board
- New American Standard 1995 Update (Bible)
- New American Standard version 1995 Edition
- Nahverkehrsservice Sachsen-Anhalt (German: Saxony-Anhalt local traffic service)
- National Academy of Sciences of Armenia
- National Acronym Slingers Association :-)
- National Advertising Sales Association
- National Aeronautics and Space Act
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration (USA)
- National African Students Association, LLC (est. 2007)
- National Appliance Service Association (Kokomo, IN)
- National Association of Sentencing Advocates
- National Association of Signing Agents
- National Association of Special Agents
- National Association of State Archaeologists
- National Association of Student Anthropologists (est. 1985)
- National Association of Students of Architecture (India)
- National Auto Sport Association
- National Autograss Sports Association (UK)
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The demonstration was developed by OGC Members Boeing S&IS Mission Systems (US), DM Solutions Group (Canada) (in partnership with several East Asian Universities), the European Space Agency (ESA) (including Spacebel as contractor), George Mason University (GMU) (US), Intergraph (US), the US National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), PCI Geomatics (Canada), Raytheon (US), Spot Image (Canada), and the US Geological Survey (USGS).
Steidle, Associate Administrator, Exploration Systems, for the National Aeronautics and Space Agency, who will discuss NASA's increased focus on space exploration.