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    perplexed by outer space. We look at the sky and for the first time in our lives, we feel minuscule. In a world where humans are at the top of the hierarchy, space seems to swallow us entirely. Space exploration’s origin can be traced back to curiosity. Exploring space not only answers numerous questions we all share about the universe, it also grants us a deeper look into the world we inhabit. Try imagining a new color. Impossible, right? We have the same dilemma with imagining space. However,…

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    coming from a binary black hole merger. This type of outer space phenomenon was observed for the first time in Earth’s history. This is just one reason out of many, as to why I am obsessed with space. There is so much that we do not know about the world that lies outside of our own. For this exact reason, I began my pursuit of knowledge. Questions filled my mind; what kind of research efforts are taking place now? How has our understanding of space changed over the years? Perhaps the best…

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    Atlas Of Space Exploration

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    win the space race, and its impact on Modern Technology? The years 1945 to 1975 are the main area of focus in this investigation, as these years caused the build up to the space race. This investigation will compare the attitude and implementation approch between the two players –USA and USSR. Sources : 1. “Atlas of Space Exploration” written by Roger D. Launius and Andrew K. Johnston. The origin of this source is valuable, since Roger D Launis is a senior curator in the division of Space…

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    Space Exploration Speech In The Outsiders, Johnny, a member of the Greasers gang ran into a burning church to save some kids. After doing that, he ended up dying. After hearing this you might think that exploring is dangerous and a choice people will regret. Like in the Outsiders, many instances in space exploration has ended badly, causing deaths and losses of shuttles and large amounts of money. Over the last few decades, our country has been spending a lot of time and money in space…

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    The Space Race was a “competition” between the US and Soviets in space exploration and technology that lasted from 1957-1975. This race to space occurred during the midst of the Cold War and served as a way for the superior country to flex their muscles by reaching space faster and developing more advanced technologies. Space technologies could easily have military applications such as satellites and monitoring, and it was important for these countries to gain backing and pride in order to help…

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    whole earth after a plenty of explorations and out of the curiosity inside, they began to pay more and more attention on the outer space. From the Wan Hu who flied to the sky by using a rocket with several rough fireworks on and finally killed himself in the Ming Dynasty to the Armstrong who represented human beings to made the first step on a another planet. Human have the tendency to create more devices and equipment to help people live in the tough condition of the space and sent those brave…

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    is a vast space, but the human race has the power to make it smaller. Through various programs and missions, all humans on Earth can work together towards the discovery of other life in the universe. The main categories that would be linked to space exploration are the benefits, funding, education, and new colonies. If all of the categories are reached, then Earth will have a better understanding on why it, so lonesomely, contains life. The first important link to space exploration are the…

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    In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed an act that created the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in response to the Soviet Unions launch of it’s first satellite, Sputnik I. From that day year forward, NASA began working on missions and took man where they have never been before. In the recent years, they have also began missions that will be able to get humans to other planets. They will continue to work on these missions and get man to where they have never been…

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    Argument Essay Against Space Exploration Mia Lenning 3/15/2018 The United States of America is a very wealthy country that spends our tax money on important things, space exploration is not one of those things. Space exploration is just a waste, it is definitely less important than hunger and poverty. It's not just something we don't need it, it's also a very dangerous mission. Space exploration can also lead astronauts to chronic boredom. We do not need to be use money on things we don’t…

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    traveling to an unknown realm and exploring infinite areas, with the help of space explo-ration the possibilities are endless, a period full of discovery and technological advancements, space exploration starting from 1961 to present day has had a major impact on the human race. Whether be success on the first spacewalk and landing on the moon, or to the untimely destruc-tion of the challenger launch, space exploration has contributed to the history our society has to-day. Though the internal…

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