## What does it cost to join NASA?

Most membership levels pay for themselves in just two visits.

Individual | Family | |
---|---|---|

FREE general admissions per visit | 1 | 4 |

Membership price | $55 | $149 |

Value of two visits (includes parking & guest passes) | $70 | $250 |

### What is ASTC?

The abbreviation for ‘all sin cos tan’ rule in trigonometry is ASTC. It can be memorized as “All Students Take Calculus”. The first letter of the first word in this phrase is ‘A’. This may be taken to indicate that all trigonometric ratios in the first quadrant are positive.

#### What countries are part of NASA?

International Partners and Participants

- United States – NASA.
- Russia – Roscosmos.
- Canada – CSA.
- Japan – JAXA.
- Europe – ESA country members include: Belgium. Denmark – DNSC. France – CNES. French version. English version. Germany – DLR. German version. English version. Italy – ASI. Italian version. English version. Netherlands.

**What is the ASTC rule?**

**How many countries are in EEA?**

30 EEA countries

There are 30 EEA countries: The 27 EU member states.

## Is UK still in the EEA?

From 31 January 2020 the UK is no longer an EU/EEA member state. However, during the transition period EU law continues to apply.

### Which country owns the Moon?

Who owns that? The short answer is that no one owns the Moon. That’s because of a piece of international law. The Outer Space Treaty of 1967, put forward by the United Nations, says that space belongs to no one country.

#### What does ASTC stand for?

ASTC

Acronym | Definition |
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ASTC | All Students Take Calculus (mnemonic for All, Sine, Tangent, Cosine in an X-Y graph) |

ASTC | Arkansas State Teachers College |

ASTC | Aviation Survival Training Center |

ASTC | American Society of Theatre Consultants |

**What is sin360 Theta?**

We noted above that the values of sine repeat as we move through an angle of 360°, that is, sin (360° + θ) = sin θ . We say that the function y = sin θ is periodic with period 360°. Thus, the graph may be drawn for angles greater than 360° and less than 0°, to produce the full (or extended) graph of y = sin θ.

**What is cos over sin?**

The cotangent of x is defined to be the cosine of x divided by the sine of x: cot x = cos x sin x .