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The NASA History Office serves two key functions: widely disseminating aerospace information and helping NASA managers to understand and learn from past successes and failures.

The NASA History Division website is aimed primarily at a college level and above audience, but the NASA History for Kids! page links to resources more suitable for elementary and middle school students interested in NASA or conducting research for school projects.

 
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