A World Without NASA

When most people hear NASA; they think of rockets and exploration of the universe. In fact, entire facets of our daily lives are powered by the results of space race technology. From AI in dating apps to GPS, food safety to self-driving cars, tracking endangered species, to fire safety, and safety in the very surfaces we walk upon. NASA has impacted our lives in ways we can't even conceive. In this two-part series we’ll explore technologies we take for granted in our day to day existence, tracing their roots back to the quest for the stars, and imagine our world… had it never happened.

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