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  • First Space Traveler Form Earth
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    Space Exploration Space Exploration is the quest to use space travel to discover the nature of the universe beyond earth. Today's Space Exploration started in 1957 with the launch of the first artificial satellite, but since ancient times people have dreamed of leaving their home planet and exploring other worlds. Every era through out history has had a belief as to what the "heavens" are made form. The Greeks believed that the stars and space were made of a material called "Qui tenses", and oth...
  • Significant Parts In Space Exploration History
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    Space exploration is a big part of American history and has been shrouded with controversy for years and years. Space exploration is defined as the investigation of physical conditions in space and on stars, planets, and their moons through the use of artificial satellites, space probes, and spacecraft with human crews (Whitehouse). From the space race with Russia to unmanned lunar probes, space exploration inspires and enlightens every person that comes in contact with it. One example of an ins...
  • Future Of Space Exploration
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    The space programmes of both the USA and the USSR became perhaps the most important prestige projects of the Cold War. From the launch of Sputnik - the first artificial satellite - in 1957, through to the first human space flight by Yuri Gagarin in 1961, the first moon landing in 1969, and beyond, both superpowers invested huge amounts of money in order to outdo each other in the so-called 'space race'. At the time, this was a convenient project to choose: while it allowed the two nations to com...
  • Space And Its Unknown To Orbit Earth
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    In our history many great things have happened. Weave been inventing and exploring things since day one. Many of these things that we discovered or invented we thought would never be possible in earth's life time. But they exists now, today, they are used by almost every human being and there are many more incredible and unmanageable things to come and aid us in every day life. One of the most interesting things to me would fall under exploration and inventing. You are about to venture in to the...
  • Immense Advancements Space Research
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    Funding a United States Space Program It is imperative that the United States government should put forth a better initiative regarding our flailing national space programs, and increase their budgets considerably, stressing modification on its goals, modification of its resources, and for overall further advancement of its scope and capability. The space program had been heralded for years as the pride, and future, of the United States. Its promise brought hope to a society plagued by fear and ...
  • Rockets To The Moon
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    Do you know what rockets make me think of... Nevermind. Actually I have a funny story about rockets and re-entry, so to speak. Then there is the jism powered rocket... or is that the rocket powered jism H. I think sex, while being very hot, is also very cool. Dont you think thats odd Do you want to see my laser scalpel It already has real applications just as my obstetric probe. It extends as far as need be and has a small hole at the tip for examining. When it is done it reverts back to a manag...
  • Nasa And Space Exploration
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    Since the beginning of time there have always been those that have opposed exploration of uncharted lands. This statement holds truth also for the NASA program since the beginning when President John F. Kennedy's vision was to 'land a man on the moon by the end of the decade. ' Instead of all the opposition of NASA and questions such as, "Why should we go to space?" I believe people should ask themselves, "Why shouldn't we go to space?" Christopher Columbus didn't have to sail over the Atlantic ...
  • Lost World And Heart Of Darkness
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    "True, by this time it was not a blank space any more... it had become a place of darkness". (Heart of Darkness) Examine the significance of 'blank spaces' in THREE novels of the 19th and / or early 20th centuries. The ellipsis in the titular quote refers to an important omission: "it [the blank space] had got filled since my boyhood with rivers and lakes and names. It had ceased to be a blank space of delightful mystery - a white patch for a boy to dream gloriously over". 1 Conrad's Marlow high...
  • Von Braun A Space Station
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    Is A Space Station Finally "the next logical Step" If America plans to continue its space exploration program, the question that must be asked next is: "Where do we go from here" America has made major strides in space exploration in this century. We have built enormous rockets that can carry three men and their supplies to the moon and back. We have mastered the physics that are involved in shooting a rocket out of our atmosphere and bringing the return capsule back again. The next step in the ...
  • Space Exploration At A Large Scale
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    Is space exploration necessary... but the stars are not for man. Or are they Bitter as it might sound, mankind have been given the opportunity to explore their planet to the fullest, and to spend a golden age living in harmony and splendor. But, as you will find out, the stars are not for man. Supervisor Kar ellen sighed. I m sorry to tell you this, but it has not been mine to decide. Is this quote, taken from Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End, and therein spoken by the Supervisor to Earth, rea...
  • Physical Challenges And Costs Of Space Exploration
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    Space Exploration The urge to explore the unknown is part of human nature and has led to many of the most profound changes in our standard of living. It enriches our spirits and reminds us of the great potential of achievement within us all. The drive to develop the next frontier has also been a fundamental part of the heritage of the people of the world. The physical challenges and costs of space exploration also serve as a natural catalyst for peaceful, international cooperation, improving the...
  • Space Station And People
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    Space exploration has always been intriguing to me. Ever since I was a kid, I have wanted to go to space. The thought of being weightless and able to float around is mind boggling. I love to watch the videos of astronauts eating. They can eat the food from the air. It just floats there. It is so weird to think about. Space exploration is much more than fun and games though. We do not know nearly anything about our universe, or even our galaxy. What is a black hole? What happens to plants at zero...
  • Outer Space
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    I firmly believe that space exploration is not a waste of time and money. Firstly, in the million-year long struggle for survival on the earth, man has never been able to gain a clear and in-depth knowledge of the space with this planet in it. It is yet to be known whether we are alone, living in a safe or a dangerous place. Only by probing outer space can man find a real sense of security AND A REAL SENSE OF BELONGING... Secondly, on this blue planet, man has been toiling endlessly and tireless...

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