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  • Gumdrop Trees Short Story

    This story takes place in a gumdrop lollipop forest on Mars. We start this story as King Gumball in the year 2095. "What has happened to all of my trees?" said King Gumball. He had just realized that all of his trees were missing. Later on that day he went to go see his friend Lollipaul. "Hey do you know what happened to all my trees?" asked King Gumball "No I don't why?" Asked Lollipaul,"What happened to them." "All of my trees have disappeared!" exclaimed King Gumball.…

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  • Mark Watney's Isolation In The Martian By Andy Weir

    At times of their life, humans naturally feel isolated and closed off from the world. During such times, isolation can cause humans to transform, experiencing changes in personality or attitude, usually for the worst. This type of isolation, however, is a novelty compared to the what astronaut Mark Watney underwent when he was abandoned on Mars, fifty million kilometers away from the nest human, in the novel The Martian by Andy Weir. After the HAB, the astronauts’ base in which they can maneuver…

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  • S4e1 Vertical Alignment Assignment

    During the course of my vertical alignment assignment, I co-taught with Darlene Natson. The 4th grade classroom I taught in was Ms. Smith’s class. This was an introduction lesson to astronomy. During the course of the lesson, the standard that was covered was the following: S4E1. Students will compare and contrast the physical attributes of stars, star patterns, and planets. a. Recognize the physical attributes of stars in the night sky such as number, size, color and patterns. b. Compare the…

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  • Space Shuttle Challenger Research Paper

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was eager to launched the Space Shuttle Challenger, one of its greatest accomplishments, for its 10th time. In its previous trips, the Space Shuttle Challenger deployed 10 satellites, spent 62 days 7 hours 56 minutes and 22 seconds in space, traveled 25,803,936 miles and did 995 orbits around Earth. The Space Shuttle Challenger had been sitting on the launch pad since December 23, 1984 and the scheduled launch had been postponed three…

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  • Who Is Pluto He's Not Normal

    decided the go around in circles and then the moon saw Pluto the moon went to Pluto and said why are you not at the party because Jupiter said that I did not belong there because he said that I was not a planet and only planets belong there but moon said that he wasn't a planet but Pluto said you are Earths friend you were all Ways with him.…

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  • Character Analysis: Petruchio

    Bryce Smith Per. 4 Imagery Assignment When Biondello describes Petruchio, he gives a detailed image of the clothing being poor and his horse diseased through clothing imagery. When Baptista sees Biondello he asks if he was seen Petruchio, Biondello describes his clothing as, “ …an old jerkin, a pair of old breeches thrice turned, a pair of boots that have been candle-cases, one buckled, another laced, an old rusty sword… broken hilt, and chapeless; with two broken point” (III. ii. 46-47).…

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  • Space Exploration: Apollo Missions

    so many things that we have never imagined that we can learn by studying space further and exploring all of the Lord’s beautiful creations. Through the urging of President John F. Kennedy, the Apollo Missions were developed by NASA to explore the moon and study it. President Kennedy persuaded the people that the Russian government was leading the exploration of space and that we needed to put more resources in our…

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  • Essay On The Equal Rights Movement

    separate facilities, as well as lifting the ban on hiring married women. NASA also became popular in the ‘60s, beginning to explore previously impossible avenues and making significant scientific advancements. NASA launched its first mission to the moon in 1969, an important historical event everyone knows about today. John F. Kennedy was elected at the turn of the decade in 1960. The economy did…

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  • Isaac Newton's If The Apple Falls Does The Moon And What Does It Fall?

    among with one of his most famous questions, “If the apple falls, does the moon also falls?” Born on December 25, 1642, Sir Isaac Newton was a renowned english physicists and mathematicians, who was best known for his law of gravitational forces. In 1665, as young Isaac sits under an apple tree, he realized the fall of an apple. He proclaimed that the force pulling the apple onto the ground and the force keeping the moon in orbit around earth are the same. In addition, he came up with the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Not Colonizing Mars

    People on earth should not colonize Mars! Scientist should not Mars because you can not come back to earth, you have to live in colonize a tiny area with three other people, and no food. People should not be allowed to colonize mars! Mars should not be colonized because then people will want to go to mars and it's only a way trip. If you take a rocketship to mars and then after 9 months when you get there you want to go back and see you family you can not. Mars maybe interesting to some people…

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