NASA and Hawaii join hands for space exploration

NASA and Hawaii join hands for space exploration

Anahola : HI : USA | Jun 02, 2011 at 11:06 AM PDT
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Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie and NASA Associate Deputy Administrator Rebecca Keiser signed on an agreement that is to hold for two years. This ceremony was held on the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's promise to land an american on the moon and bring him back safely.

NASA and Hawaii have joined hands to work on a large scale of activities to promote America's space exploration. The partnership will contribute to the development of the people of hawaii and will introduce education programs and will develop economic opportunities including high-tech jobs.

"Hawaii has been part of America's space activities from the beginning of the space program when Apollo astronauts trained in the islands for their historic missions to the moon," The words of hawaii Governor Neil abrecrombie.

The agreement will create opportunities for more people and it will also expand NASA's space exploration programe as Hawaii could be used as a testing ground for NASA's automated and tele-robotic vehicles.

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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden
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