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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is an American scientific agency within the United States Department of the Exterior that focuses on the conditions of the oceans, major waterways, and the atmosphere.
The Office of Space and Advanced Technology carries out diplomatic and public diplomacy efforts to strengthen American leadership in space exploration by increasing understanding of, and support for, U.S. national space policies.
The OEI investigates atmospheric and space phenomenon from solar flares to extrasolar radio transmissions and other celestial occurrences. The OEI partners with contractors like SETI to provide the U.S. with prompt cosmic insights.
The United States Department of the Exterior is a government branch dedicated to the continued exploration of Outer Space and the redevelopment of America's space agencies. The Department of the Exterior is actively pursuing ways to rebuild America's space program in a post Civil War country.
Founded in 2016 by executive order from President Raymond Praeger, the Department of the Exterior is a governmental umbrella concerning all non-terrestrial interests pertaining to the United States. The department's primary goal is the rehabilitation of the nation's space program and gaining satellite launch independence from foreign nations. As a part of this restructuring, the Office of Space and Advanced Technology was folded under the Department of the Exterior along with a number of other smaller agencies.
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