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  • Explorer 1 Essay

    launch process and never made it to orbit. During the time of Explorer 2, the Soviets were also at work with Luna 2, this probe became the first to hit the moon but after 33.5 hours into flight the signals were dead. The US then created another satellite, the fourth satellite by America, and the first satellite to be solar-powered. They created the Vanguard 1, the first part of the Vanguard Project. Although communication with the satellite was lost in 1964, it remains the oldest artificial satellite still orbiting the Earth and the oldest piece of debris orbiting Earth. It was designed to test the effects of the environment on a satellite and its systems in Earth orbit. After Vanguard 1 turned out to succeed they created the Explorer 3, the third satellite in the Explorer Program. It was the second satellite of that program to make it successfully to space. It brought a cosmic ray detector and a tape recorder into orbit with it, and unlike Explorer 2, this satellite was able to get results. Explorer 3 deceased after 93 days in orbit. Next up in the Explorer Program was Explorer 4, it was created to study the Van Allen radiation belts and the effects of nuclear detonations on it. It became the first satellite to evaluate electric particles in the radiation belt. This was the last Explorer satellite (in the series) to make it into orbit. The last satellite in the Explorer Program (in the first series), was Explorer 5, it failed to make it into orbit due to the thrusters…

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  • Analysis Of 'Dora The Explorer'

    Dora the Explorer is a very popular tv show directed to children from the ages 2-5 years old. This tv show is an interactive cartoon for preschoolers around the world, which encourages children to join along in the adventure. In every single episode Dora, Boots and the monkey ask for help to overcome obstacles on their way to their main goal or task in the show. Children are able to learn lots of knowledge throughout each episode, that could help them grow. In each episode of Dora the Explorer…

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  • Dora The Explorer Case Study Analysis

    Dora the Explorer is a frequently viewed show amongst the younger age group, from toddlers and up, that has been around for almost 15 years. Dora is a young girl that goes on endless adventures with her monkey friend Boots. Her relationship with her family seems stable, as we have seen her greet and interact with them after adventures and she has worked alongside her cousin Diego. Dora also seems rather friendly and social, with humans and animals alike. The audience is engaged by picking the…

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  • John Colter Argumentative Essay

    John Colter is one of the greatest explorers of all time. He traveled with Lewis and Clark, hiked 500 miles across Yellowstone, and got attacked by Indians! Tom Murphy is also a great explorer. Just like Colter, he too traveled across Yellowstone, braved out nights sleeping in Yellowstone with the constant threat of predators, and was prepared for anything. Except there's one small detail that separates these two famous explorers. They lived 200 years apart. Although we have explored and know…

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  • Early European Exploration Lesson Plan

    Unit Topic/Title: Early European Explorers Lesson Plan Number & Title: Lesson Plan #4 Map Skills Indiana Academic Standards: Social Studies 5.1.2 Examine accounts of early European explorations of North America including major land and water routes, reasons for exploration and the impact the exploration had. Content Covered: During this lesson, students will identify the continents, oceans, accurately draw a compass rose, and trace their explorer’s route. These skills will help them to…

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  • Deaf American Culture Theory

    Critical Thought Question #1 Why is the theory of culture important to Deaf people? What is the goal of the field of Deaf Studies? This essay will be delving into two thoughts on the subject of Deaf Studies and Deaf Culture. One thought we will be exploring is why theory if culture is important to Deaf people. What does the Deaf community have to gain from this study of theory? How does it tie into Deaf Studies? The second thought we will be exploring is the goal of Deaf Studies. What does it…

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  • Analysis Of Rape In J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace

    In Disgrace, there are multiple different controversies we can explore, I have found an article that explores the controversies of rape as it is discussed in the book. The article I chose is called Rape and The Foundation of Nations in J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace, it is written by M. Van Wyk Smith. In this article he explores how the rape of Melanie and the rape of Lucy are related to our world. He also discusses how rape is almost common in our worlds history and that it is very daring for someone…

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  • The Power Of The Explorer

    Machines Wrath Was the year 2367 when humanity first discovered the Explorer buried under the surface of mars and what they discovered was truly amazing. Once the Explorer was awoken by the humans it ushered in the golden age of humanity. The Explorer was able to terraform planets and gave unique abilities to humans like the ability to control the elements at will. Not all humans were deemed worthy to gain the power of the Explorer. This gave birth to the Paladins Protectors of the human race…

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  • Explorer Case Study

    join Explorer for retail store grand opening Q. How long has Explorer Industries been in business? A. Explorer was established by co-founders Robert Tyler and Marcy Voelbrecht in 1990 after they bonded over a common interest: the great outdoors. Since then, the firm has grown to be recognized as one of the most innovative and entrepreneurial companies in the US and reported $550 million in sales back in 2016. Its corporate office resides in Denver, Colorado, and has 67 retail locations…

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  • Explorer Persuasive Essay

    An explorer can be defined as a person who ventures into unfamiliar territory. The term “explorer” is very vague for a number of reasons. First, the definition can imply to anyone who ventures outside of one’s own comfort zone. This can apply to a man that likes to study science, or a woman that applies for a job, even to a kid who likes to travels outside their neighborhood. Clearly, these examples go against common intuition when someone thinks of Indiana Jones and Jack Sparrow. True, these…

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