NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is the branch of the US federal government that administrates our civilian space program. NASA sends astronauts into space, uses higher mathematics to create programs and explorations that benefit technology, and makes outer space a reality for each of us. It put a man on the moon and satellites into orbit that power our GPS systems and help us find our way. Since 1958, the math, science, technology, and engineering of space and space exploration has been studied, investigated, and explored through this program.
NASA has created and engineered the following programs: X-15 Rocket Plane (1959–1968), Project Mercury (1958–1963), Project Gemini (1961–1966), Apollo Program (1961–1972), Skylab (1965–1979), Apollo–Soyuz Test Project (1972–1975), Space Shuttle Program (1972–2011), International Space Station (1993–Present), Commercial Programs (2006–Present), and Beyond Low Earth Orbit Program (2010–2017). Through efforts like these, NASA’s scientists and engineers are charged with creating a better understanding of Earth and space and how they relate to each other. It means understanding heliophysics (the way the sun affects our solar system), exploring other bodies in our solar system through robotic spacecraft missions, and researching astrophysics, among other things. The science of NASA is important to all of us because through satellites and other technology, it impacts the way we live our day-to-day lives, the way we work, drive, and even entertain ourselves.
Television programs like The Big Bang Theory and movies like The Martian and Hidden Figures use the power of storytelling to bring NASA’s science down to earth. These movies and the stories they tell make the scientists, explorers, missions, and administrators feel familiar and turn complicated math and science into real-life adventures. DPRINT thanks and honors the men and women who helped shape history and our future through passion, persistence, and an unwavering dedication to universal exploration. The 2016 movie Hidden Figures gives us an excellent and highly entertaining glimpse into the past, highlighting the personal triumphs of some of those early key figures who were responsible for shaping NASA’s history.
For nearly 40 years, DPRINT has played a part in that history by creating, printing, producing, and delivering the iconic NASA decals. We’ve all become familiar with these decals and the amazing triumphs they represent. Now you can bring a piece of that history into your home, office, or classroom with our collectibles stickers. We’ve been a proud contractor to NASA since the beginning of the space shuttle program, Expedition, International Space Station, and Joint-Partner mission decals. We’ve even produced their famous “meatball” logo.
These fun, historic stickers from our space program add fun and whimsy to the item of your choice. They’re affordable, ready to ship, and can be delivered to you in no time flat. Start your own collection of NASA’s iconic stickers and decals by ordering today. It’s a simple way to bring NASA down to earth.