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    Commercialized Space Exploration: The Dawn of a New Era July 21, 2011, the Space Shuttle Atlantis entered Earth’s atmosphere, beginning its final approach preparations from its last and final mission of the space shuttle program, STS135. 30 years of service shuttling supplies to the ISS, conducting scientific missions and experiments, servicing equipment amongst a myriad of other tasks (most of which installed awe and dreams of possibilities in the programs participants and millions around…

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    Modern Societies Doom without Space Exploration The world without NASA, also known as National Aeronautics and Space Administration, innovation would be a bleak world indeed. Think of all the modern technologies that you use every day without thinking twice about it. Now, imagine them gone! What would our modern society look like? Technologies like power tools, cell phones, modern computer processors, and microwaves are just some of the many contributions that NASA brought to us. Still, there…

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    What is out there in space? This is a question that has plagued many a generation while writing papers for school. This question still plagues students today. I’m going to discuss what I feel are the top three reasons why space exploration is still a viable and much needed program in today 's society as well as for future generations to come. The show Star Trek says, “Space is the final frontier.” Space exploration in general, as well as long term survival and the benefit of natural resources…

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    Space: is something that has always fascinated humanity, from astronomers in ancient Greece to trillion dollar corporations today. Humanity has made incredible advancements in the space program since its conception. From putting men on the moon to having a space station the size of a football field which regularly houses astronauts from all around the world. Now there is talk of in the future having people living on Mars. Space exploration has been rapidly growing ever since it was started in…

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    advanced push towards space exploration. A space race, fueled by the cold war in the mid 1900’s, could not have been made possible without the core principles founded by Isaac Newton. Newton’s work makes it possible for humanity to explore further and beyond their own world. Space exploration is made possible because of the work of Newton. Newton’s discovery of gravity and its laws and published work has enabled humanity to venture deeper into the unknown region of outer space. Newton’s…

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    The risks of space exploration outweigh the benefits. Nasa spends 18.4 billion dollars a year on space travel (Nasa).would you risk yourself? Or would you risk the money? Beyond all the risks money has a huge affect. Money is one of the biggest effects of space travel. Each rocket cost 500 million dollars and they send 166 rockets a year. which means that Nasa is spending 2.76 billion dollars a year. We can get a lot more useful stuff than all on a rocket. Space suits cost 2 million dollars and…

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    We Have Liftoff The Space Shuttle has been grounded. This has led some people to believe that manned space exploration has ended. I do not believe this is true. I believe that the commercial sector needs to take the reins to further advance the field of space exploration. Engineers will play a key role in this endeavor. This is especially true if we plan to probe even deeper into the last frontier. The government has done its job and I believe it was time for NASA to step down. NASA did an…

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    When in Space internet is faster (as long as the device is in range). This can be useful since the internet houses an extensive library on just about anything. Information can be powerful but what will happen when a crew member falls ill or injures himself and there is no available resources to use even if there is data on the subject. On all manned flights the possible Astronauts go through rigorous training to weed out any medical issues but they can still be there. Most conditions are…

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    major nations worldwide are aware that space exploration is indispensable in establishing a super power of a country. The Space Race between the United States and Russia is an illustration of this belief of superiority; each country during this period tried one-upping each other to establish dominance. NASA during the span of this race spent 23 billion dollars (Dickinson). Because of these high priced missions, leaders must question whether space exploration is a beneficial trade-off for the…

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    Should Money be spent on Space Exploration? It would be advisable that more money should be invested into NASA for space exploration purposes. The reason why this would be a good idea is because with NASA focusing on Space exploration they would have to find ways to make stronger and faster rockets and more filling meals for long space flights. In this essay, I will examine what NASA has done for humanity as well as what their primary goal is, additionally I will examine why NASA should get more…

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