4 things knowing about Nasa would land you in jail

Nasa , the American governmental agency has always been the front runner to humankind's space race. This organisation has always been the first to everything in space.

Well you must be thinking how are they always ahead of all the space agencies, well the answer to your question could be their working policies. Nasa has always been an introvert association , and likes to work on its own terms , without anybody knowing about their research work. So its quite certain that the organisation has certain rules , and anyone who try to violate these rules may land themselves to legal troubles.

1. NASA as mentioned earlier is quite a mysterious association and does not promote any such actions that lead to disclosure of their current plans and researches. So anybody trying leak out any information from the desk could find themselves terminated from the association.

2. NASA keeps an eye on each and every of its competitors both in the field of space and weopenery , yes it accounts to around 70% of the world's satellites, so it has to be kept in mind that any illegal activity is always under the surveillance of NASA.

3. According to sources , Nasa could be an integral wing of the American army, and both may end being interrelated, so any research or work in this association could be a top secret profile. So if you are working close to any of these organisations, you should rather speak less about your work than often.

4. NASA has a numerous work stations around the United States , but only known to the officials of the group, and they would remain untraceble to common people. Next time when you accidentally work upto a Nasa work station, your first instinct should be to leave the place as soon as possible, because if you are caught you could land yourself to some serious legal troubles.


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