In 1946 NACA (now known as NASA) subjected a human test subject to winds of up to 457mph in the name of science.
In 2000, Gregory W. Nemitz registered land on the asteroid 433 Eros. The land contained $492 Quintilian worth of platinum. When NASA landed a probe on a place on the asteroid that he had called ‘Parking Space 29’, Nemitz sent NASA a $20 parking ticket.
Three men from Yemen, sued NASA for trespassing on Mars. They claim that they inherited the planet from their ancestors 3,000 years ago.
11 of the 12 men who have walked on the moon were Boy Scouts.
Neil Armstrong’s NASA application was a week late. If it weren’t for his friend, Dick Day, secretly slipping it into the pile, he would have been rejected.
NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building is so huge it needs 10,000 tons of AC equipment to prevent rain clouds from forming inside on humid days.
NASA is currently working on a warp drive that could get us to Alpha Centauri in 2 weeks.
In 2006 NASA admitted that they no longer had the original video tapes of the moon landing because they recorded over them.
NASA will pay you $15,000 to lay in bed for 90 days, measuring the effects of zero gravity on your body.
Thomas Baron, a NASA contractor, died with his family when their car stalled on train tracks – a week after he submitted a report (which later was lost) alleging foul play in the accidental deaths of Apollo 1 crew members.