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    Hydroponics In Europa

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    Europa, a world that could be teaming with life. A liquid ocean underneath the icy crust. It is a hostile world above the surface. It is constantly bombarded by harmful radiation from its planet, Jupiter, because of its lack of an atmosphere. Its extreme temperature can make it even harder to colonize the surface. The temperatures can freeze liquid water in a matter of seconds. Low gravity can let astronauts reach escape velocity, which can cause them to go into space. So why haven’t we decided to travel to Europa until now? With freezing temperatures ranging around 102 Kelvin, it’s no wonder Europa is covered in ice. To avoid the frigid temperatures, the space station will be heated up by hydronics. Hydronics is the use of water through…

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    Europa is on of the most recognizable moons in our solar system. This moon is the sixth (6th) closest to Jupiter and the fourth (4th) smallest of the Galilean moons ("Moons of Jupiter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia," n.d.). When this moon was discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei, he decided to name it after Europa, meaning or daughter of the King of Tyre. Over the last forty (40) years, there have been multiple spacecraft that have raised speculation that Europa has internal convection due…

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    NASA Persuasive Speech

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    might colonize on it! One of these places that NASA has been researching is the moon Titan, NASA picked this moon to research(although they are researching more planets similar to earth) because, it has many signs that it could sustain life one day! Some theories about NASA and the thought and evidence of life beyond earth surprisingly don’t have a lot to do with aliens(unless you specifically research that). In one’s opinion, one might say that there should and possibly is life beyond earth- we…

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    The movie Europa, Europa is a 1990 film based on the 1989 autobiography of Solomon Perel. After reading the book, Europa Europa by Solomon Perel in tandem with watching the film I found that there are some factual misrepresentations between the book and the movie. Nonetheless, the movie is well made and adheres the majority of the facts presented in the autobiography. Solomon Perel was a German Jewish boy who escaped the holocaust by faking his identity as an elite Aryan German, which led to…

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    Jupiter Research Paper

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    galilean satellites. Lo , Europa and Ganymede are locked together in a 1:2:4 orbital resonance and their orbits evolve together. In a few years Callisto will be orbiting at exactly twice the period of Ganymede (8 times the period of Lo). Jupiter also has a red spot! It is a giant like hurricane storm that sat there for over 300 years. When the red spot is at its widest it has a 3 times the diameter of Earth. The Edges of the red spot Spin counter clockwise at about 225 miles per hour(360…

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    Jupiter Writing Project

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    propellant with blistering speed of up to 90,000 miles per hour, the crew traveled to Europa in about 200 days. NEXT provide same amount of energy with 860 kg of xenon propellant compare to 10,000 kg propellant in old technology and have five and a half years life time. To save food, water, energy, and space for long distance space travel, all crew members are in a state of deep sleep with very low metabolic rate. Space craft will wake up them when it is ready to enter the orbit of Europa. Space…

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    In late August, the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute revealed that they had detected a strange signal that was 94 light years away from Earth. During the time of the signal’s discovery, senior astronomer for SETI, Seth Shostak, could only describe the signal as “interesting”. However, he rhetorically asks, “Could it be another society sending a signal our way?” Shostak, like many other scientists who had heard about the mysterious SETI signal, had hoped for signs of…

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    In late August, SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Life Institute) revealed news of a peculiar signal found 94 light years away from Earth. SETI had hoped that this would be a crucial piece of evidence that revealed the presence of extraterrestrial life. However, only a few weeks after the initial announcement, the signal was debunked to be no more than an interference from a military satellite. While many scientists were disappointed by the news, it perhaps was the most favorable outcome of the…

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    Yeats’s poem ‘’Leda and the Swan’’ and Dorothy Hewitt’s ‘’Grave Fairytale’’ have content that is both mythological and violently sexual. In Yeats’ poem the speaker retells a story from Greek mythology. It is that of the rape of Leda by Zeus. In Hewitt’s poem, the speaker creates a new version of Rapunzel’s fairytale. This essay will discuss the relationship between mythology/ folklore, violence and sex through the analysis of both poems. In Yeats’ poem, the speaker resents the rape scene,…

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    While most of Titian's nudes in his Poesie series serve as idealized, eroticized figures, “The Rape of Europa” serves as a divergent example. Europa is not an idealized, simple, composition and instead complicates the Poesie narrative with her naturalism. I intend to look into the contradictory analysis of this painting and use my own visual analysis of the painting in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to come to my conclusion. Some of the contradictory elements I have found in this painting…

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