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  • WW1 Chapter 1-Personal Narrative

    Chapter One “GET DOWN !” my commanding officer screamed We all scrambled into the trenches and I watched in horror as a football sized ball of lightning came smashing into his chest. He said nothing he didn’t even scream he just stared at me and fell over backwards, dead. screechers we call them, they came only a year ago in great big spacecraft 10 times larger than our own. We don’t know much about them where they came from, what they want and why us but we do know that they are killing us…

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  • Space Shuttle Columbia Research Paper

    Fifteen years ago on February 1, 2003 Space Shuttle Columbia Crashed. Columbia launched January 16, 2003. Around 82 seconds after Columbia had lifted-off a piece of foam had fallen from a “biopod ramp” which was a piece that helped support the external tank. With this piece fallen the department of defense prepared to use the orbital spy cameras to get a look at the left wing. However, NASA officials declined the offer. On the day of February 1,2003, Columbia was making a normal landing…

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  • Essay On Challenger Shuttle

    someone who’s not a professional and it happened to be that mission that got lost- it added to the shock.” said Chiao, a former astronaut. The shuttle Challenger had gone into space nine times before this mission. All nine of those missions had launched and landed properly without any trouble, so they were not expecting this shock. The Challenger shuttle played a big role in President Reagan's Teacher in Space program. The shuttle was going to take a teacher named Christa McAuliffe into space.…

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  • Space Shuttle Challenger Speech Analysis

    heartbreaking tragic event of the Space Shuttle Challenger. The explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger took the lives of beloved people; Michael Smith, Dick Scobee, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Ellison Onizuka, Gregory Jarvis, and school teacher Sharon Christa McAuliffe. This event of the take-off was viewed by many Americans, including school children. President Ronald Reagan delivered a comforting and honoring speech, the “Shuttle Challenger Disaster Address.” In this speech, Reagan not…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis: The Speech On The Challenger Disaster

    On January 28TH 1986, President Ronald Reagan gave his speech famously known as “The Speech on the Challenger Disaster.” He gave this speech in a presidential, hopeful, and very American way. He acknowledges The Challenger Disaster in such a way to address the families of the lost and the school children whose teacher was involved in this terrible disaster. He also creates a positive opinion towards the United States Space Program. He continues to honor the astronauts and tries to help…

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  • The NASA Challenger Mission

    used to doing. Sometimes people might take a risk depending on what it is. The NASA crew took a big risk when launching the Challenger during extreme temperatures. The astronauts were taking one of the biggest risk of their lives. This risk could have taken a positive or a negative affect. In this case it took a negative effect, lets see how. January 28,1986 the Challenger was ready for lift-off. This mission was delayed for six days because of bad weather and technical problems. NASA crew…

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  • State Of The Union Speech Rhetorical Analysis

    advisors putting the finishing touches on his State of the Union speech, which was slated to occur that evening (Cannon, “Challenger Disaster”). At this same moment in Cape Canaveral, Florida, the space shuttle Challenger began its launch. However, this spacecraft would never exit our atmosphere; 73 seconds after liftoff, it exploded, killing all seven passengers (“Challenger Disaster”). After learning of these events, Reagan and his advisors decided that a State of the Union with the country in…

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  • Superhero Hall Of Fame Essay

    Superhero Hall of Fame Technology: Creative Communication Engineering: Developing Solutions 60 Minute Lesson All Superhero Cards Ball (1 for the last group activity) BrickLAB Bricks Meeting Our Heroes (10 minutes) Superhero Hall of Fame (40 minutes) What Makes Me Super (10 minutes) Use your creativity and design skills to build a brick representation of your favorite superhero. NGSS K-2-ETS1-2 Develop a simple sketch, drawing or physical model to illustrate how the shape of an object helps it…

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  • NASA: The Columbia Disaster

    complacency it had fallen into, prompting a serious revaluation of their notions of acceptable levels of risk, with comparison to 1986 Challenger explosion coming into play, CAIB notes on the similarities are that “both accidents were ‘failures of foresight’” and the parallels between the failures demonstrates “the causes of the institutional failure responsible for Challenger had not been fixed”; and that “if these persistent, systemic flaws are not resolved, the scene is set for another…

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  • Third Interview (1970-1980)

    asked about popular fads, Marlena replied, “Big hair, parachute pants, and MTV was all the rage.” ATM’s, microwaves, touch tone phones, and the Internet were all invented in her youth. In 1986, in the 6th grade, Marlena watched the Space Shuttle Challenger explode on television during class. In the same year she experienced a 5.0 earthquake. The shuttle explosion was the first disaster she ever witnessed. It…

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