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Review Exercise - 6.26

Select TRUE or FALSE

1. NASA has a field center located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
TRUE
FALSE

2. NASA Is a private agency that directs space activities.
TRUE
FALSE

3. NASA contracts out some of their projects.
TRUE
FALSE

4. Computer science majors employed by NASA devote their time to studying the moon.
TRUE
FALSE

5. Mathematicians hired by NASA share their expertise In developing Instruments that analyze the Earth.
TRUE
FALSE

6. Fluid and flight mechanics study the force used by aerospace vehicles In a celestial environment.
TRUE
FALSE

7. Engineering mechanics develop operational concepts to direct our manned spaceflight missions.
TRUE
FALSE

8. The Office of Space Science and Applications at NASA Is responsible for developing the technology needed to assure more efficient and environmentally acceptable air transportation systems.
TRUE
FALSE

9. Mission specialist astronauts serve as both space shuttle commanders and pilots.
TRUE
FALSE

10. Payload specialists perform specialized on-board duties.
TRUE
FALSE


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