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    One of the most obvious and yet simple reasons for why we explore space besides figuring out how life started is because, by nature, we are curious. We have an innate curiosity engraved in us as human beings, and because of that we yearn to discover and to explore what we don 't yet understand. The first people that walked on this earth had to of looked up at the sun and the stars and wondered how they function and what their purpose was- but they didn 't necessarily have any of the tools or the…

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    When you hear the word space exploration you automatically think of what is really out there or do other forms of life exist. One of the biggest achievements in American history is when NASA’s Apollo 11 first touched down on the moon on July 20, 1969. As Neil Armstrong was the first American to ever step foot onto the moon, but now the space program may be in jeopardy due to significant budget cuts. What would this mean to fellow Americans if space exploration were cut down or completely gotten…

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    Ever since the first human landed on the moon in 1969, space exploration has been the target of countless controversies. The U.S. government organization NASA has been a worldwide pioneer in space exploration for decades. A variety of positions can be adopted for the topic, although the two most prominent are: those who denounce space exploration, saying it is immoral and a waste of money, time, and resources, and those who praise space exploration, lauding the new horizons that it allows…

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    forever been a drive in space exploration. Starting with the Space Race in the late 1950s between the Soviet Union and United States. The race for space exploration was because of the need to be superior and make the rules. For example, the Europeans were the first people to travel to North America; they were able to create a society and cause the United States to be born. The USSR started out with simple tests in space, but after putting a dog in space the head of the Space Task Group at…

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    The Space Debate Whether or not America should be funding space exploration, namely the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), does not really get debated much. However, when this subject is brought into question people tend to take a strict stance on one side or the other. It is easy to dismiss the entire objective of putting man in space as a waste of time and resources, but that could not be further from the truth. Space exploration stimulates technological innovation and…

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    National defense will always be a priority to the national space program. With critical systems like secure communications, early warning, surveillance, intelligence, reconnaissance, positioning satellites requirements never going away as long as there is a threat to the way we live. Space is the ultimate high ground and the U.S. must maintain its dominance in this domain to stay on top. These systems need to be responsive while at the same time reliable and sustainable. There is however,…

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    In john F. Kennedy Space Center Merritt Island, Florida, the President will give a speech on about space exploration in the 21st century. In this speech the President is talking to NASA Administrator, congress, and to the audience about the future of space exploration, NASA’s future plans and the importance of space exploration for the U.S. Obama effectively convinces his audience that space exploration should continue to grow, also how important space exploration is through pathos appeals and…

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    The Cancellation of Exploration: Bring Back the Funding for Domestic Space Exploration Space, the final frontier. For years, mankind gazed up at the stars, and dreamed of stepping onto the moon. On July 20, 1969, this dream became a reality (NASA, 2014). Neil Armstrong stepping foot on the moon was a bonding experience for most everyone in the country, or even the world. There are some events, like the crash of the challenger, or 9/11, where people know exactly where they were when that…

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    Space exploration has been apart of United States history since the early 1960’s, and has over time created multiple technological innovations that have impacted society beneficially. These extraordinary innovations include advancements such as virtual reality allowing students to explore the surface of Mars, or our solar system in it’s entirety, and medical advancements that will allow the human life to live longer than ever before. The list of beneficial achievements continues to grow everyday…

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    Does Space Exploration Worth It? Space can wait, but our planet cannot. During the “Space Race”, space exploration was an important part of American History until 1965 when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first to land on the Moon. Space exploration has captured a lot of interest and still does with the Mars Rover programs and others. It is frequently a subject that leads to a large controversy. Do humans need to move to another planet? Is space exploration for real vital for us? There…

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