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    the Moon: Our story of the Cold War in Space” is the result of a collaboration between an Astronaut and a Cosmonaut. It is a fascinating account of two men from two opposite sides of the space race. In this book, the American astronaut David Randalph Scott’s (Dave Scott) account of the space race is intertwined with the account of Russian Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov. The reader learns through the book that Alexei Leonov was actually the first person to walk in space on 18 March 1965. David Scott on…

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    The United States of America is a republic government, ran by the three branches of government, executive, legislative, and judicial. They all have their own purpose and checks each other to have balance and makes sure what they’re doing is constitutional. The best president of the United States to my opinion is John F. Kennedy. John F. Kennedy was the 35th president from January 20th, 1961 to November 21st, 1963. John did not get to finish his first term in office because he was assassinated…

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    the sun looks pretty far away too. And the planet is overall smaller. It is also very broad and plain. I see brownish terrain and brown rocks. The landform is very rough, including sandy dunes, to giant boulders. One thing I will need to bring is a space suit because of the atmosphere in Mars. I will need to bring really hot clothes and a ton of blankets. Since the gravity is different maybe heavy clothes. If possible a rover to drive around with. Don’t forget the water, there is water on Mars,…

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    With my increased interest about space following the last essay, I choose to read the essay, “James Webb telescope will truly do what Hubble only dreamed of” by Ethan Seigal. The essay was about the capabilities of the new James Webb telescope, that is being launched in October 2018, and paying respects to the telescope Hubble as well. The author started out by listing the accomplishments made by Hubble, which was first launched in 1990, and the numerous milestones that were reached with the…

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    Which one of these conspiracies are true? Nobody knows, but what is the most believable one? Underground Unidentified Flying Object bases, really around 4km2 of space under the ground, not realistic. Sound Waves, it is believable having a sound that is tested as a weapon and having the same side affects of each other. And lastly, moving magma under the earth’s crust. In my opinion this is the most believable conspiracy…

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    “And the Nobel Peace Prize of 2017 goes to… James Turtle for bringing back the for cancer and putting his very life on the line to save our existence, while furiously flirting with danger.” Respectfully staying humble James responded, “No thank you, I do not want the award, all I wanted to do was save humanity.” “Do you choose to accept this mission?” “Yes, yes sir I do.” “Here is your mission James Turtle: It seems scientists have found that the moon rocks have possessed a cure for cancer. You…

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    Mars= Awesome Four lucky people could be going to Mars as soon as 2022 thanks to a company called Mars One four astro-wanna be’s will mars be going to Mars. it could go wrong, but could go perfect . going to mars would be a great opportunity ,it would be an adventure ,no matter what people say it is possible and a great chance to be famous. If you're thinking that's not adventure that's death, then just imagine seeing the clear crimson sky there is nothing like that on earth. even…

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    Earth, like planets that have been discovered by astronomers. They are like little green men with elongated limbs and small eyes. Government should be prepared or to be more skilled if aliens going to visit the Earth because living things in outer space are want to be like a humans, having great performance of scientist are claiming.…

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    The New Horizons Mission

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    The scientific significance of New Horizons was great. Up to this point, we had uncovered several mysteries about the planets in the solar system. However, the dwarf planets and smaller objects in our solar system’s outer reaches had great potential for scientific discovery as well. Pluto was chief among these. Specifically, the mission of New Horizons was to explore the Pluto – Charon system, as well as some of their Kuiper Belt cousins (New Frontiers Program, 2015). More specifically, the…

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    Captain Jean-Luc Picard is the captain of the starship enterprise in the T.V series Star Trek: The Next Generation. played by British actor Sir Patrick Stewart he successfully captained the ship for 7 seasons and 4 movies. The Next Generation was the second series made in the popular franchise after the success of the original series, I’ve chosen this character since his often highly regarded in the sci fi fandom as being one of the greatest captains of the long running franchise. The first…

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