NASA Graphics Standards Manual

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Design Program is a modernist vision for an optimistic future. The logo (often referred to as “the worm”) evokes qualities of unity, technical precision, scientific capabilities and uniqueness. Reduced to its simplest form; the one width, continuous-stroke letters are as contemporary today as when the logo was first introduced by partners, Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn of Danne & Blackburn (New York, NY) more than 37 years ago.

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