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  • Roberta Bondar's Experiments

    Roberta Bondar is a Canadian neurologist, neurobiologist and astronaut. She was the first Canadian woman and neurologist to become an astronaut. This essay was made with the help of the Encyclopædia Britannica and it group of editors and Sault History Online (the Sault Sainte Marie public library) Roberta Lynn Bondar born on Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, Canada, on December 4, 1945. Since she was a child, her parents encouraged her to be “goal oriented”. Moreover, Dr. Bondar was also a science…

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  • The Kill Order Dashner Sparknotes

    The Kill Order by James Dashner is a very good science fiction book. It is mostly about what could possibly happen in the future. The characters are very interesting. The climax and theme are great and the whole book is very interesting. It kinda is a little adventure mixed with science. The Kill Order took place in the Appalachian Beaches in the future. At first it took place in New York. When they were in New York, they had to face very bad condition called “Sun flares.” When the Sun Flares…

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  • Amelia Earhart Accomplishments

    Courage is the price that life wants for granting peace” This is one of Amelia Earhart’s quotes. Amelia had proven many things in her lifetime and had affected many people in her life. She was the first woman to fly across the atlantic ocean in 1932. These are some of the many things that makes up her life and have proven her to be one of the most influential person in the world. Amelia Earhart had made many accomplishments during her lifetime. One example would be that she was the first woman…

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  • Amelia Earhart Timeline

    Amelia Earhart Timeline She was born on July 24, 1897 From Atchison, Kansas. On 25th birthday she bought a new biplane and painted it yellow. Jan 3rd 1921 Flying lessons Oct 1922 First woman to fly to 1400 ft May 15th 1923 Pilot Licence (License No. 6017)1 of 16 women to have one, First woman to fly at 1300ft 1927 500 unaccompanied flight hrs Aug 1928 first women to fly across North America and back Aug 1928 Proposed to by George P Putnam who helped plan and promote her trans-Atlantic…

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  • Japan Airlines Flight 123 Crash

    Here is a circumstance where a more accurate preflight check could have prevented a crash. It was a single mechanical error that caused the crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123. This mechanical error occurred when a bulkhead in the tail section of the Boeing made airplane was not repaired correctly. A row of rivets were not up to par after they were repaired. The maintenance workers didn’t follow the correct procedures in replacing the dysfunctional bulkhead. The rivets and plates used in the…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career In Aviation

    The feeling that I get when flying through the sky high up in the clouds is like no other. It’s like an adrenaline rush every time I look down from the window. Aviation is something that I really enjoy and I am writing why I want to pursue a career in aviation. This essay is about what I need to do in order to get into a career in aviation and what the pros and cons are to pursuing a career as a pilot. whether my future lies in aviation or anything else it’s good to think about the many aspects…

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  • Amelia Earhart Theory

    Many mysteries appear in both American and world history. There are many holes in history with missing information. It’s nearly impossible to know the answer to every unsolved mystery, but if society doesn’t try to further understand; we couldn’t possibly be successful when trying to fill in the gaps of history. One unsolved mystery that I found eye catching was the mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Many are familar with Amelia Earhart’s accomplishments and what was known as her…

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  • Amelia Earhart: A Role Model For Children

    Amelia Earhart, the great female pilot of her time, is a great role model for children of today. She taught that women can do what they want if they believed in themselves. She showed courage and bravery by piloting aircrafts in the 1920s-1930s. Earhart had a strong passion for flying. The fact that Earhart is a woman shows the world that women can do anything a man can do. Not only that, but she was also daring by doing actions no one on Earth would be willing to do. Throughout Earhart’s life,…

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  • Amelia Earhart Legacy

    Amelia Earhart is one of the most famous women of history. Even though she is not with us today, her legacy will live on. She was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, and a few years later she became the best-known female flier in America. Amelia was one of the few women who stood up for equal rights for women at the time. In her free time she collected newspaper articles and pictures of women who were successful in male-dominated fields such as film, law, science, management, and…

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  • Importance Of Safety In Aviation

    Every day, millions of passengers depart to their desired destination traveling by plane. It is not abnormal to see passengers go on a plane frequently because of the reliability and added safety compared to a car on the freeway. When families go on vacation that is not domestic, they trust aviation to reach their destination. The importance of safety that makes these planes so trustworthy is an item that cannot be achieved by anything on the ground. Countless people think planes already have…

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