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  • NASA: The Benefits Of NASA

    Throughout the decades, NASA has made a plethora of breakthrough discoveries that not only shaped the way we study outer space, but also changed human beings’ outlook on life. In the recent years, our government has decided to cut funding to NASA and ultimately end the space shuttle program, creating the big debate of whether or not NASA is significant enough to be included in the United States budget. There are two sides to this issue; one side arguing that NASA’s space program benefits the U.S. and its people, and the opposing side arguing that the space program gives us no direct benefit. Through a Rogerian argument style, I will discuss why NASA deserves to have proper funding in order to improve science and create a better understanding…

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  • NASA

    One can find many jobs and professions, formerly held by humans, occupied by machines instead and often, many simple human driven tasks are too. On many occasions, this is a result of technological advances passed on by the space program. A very unique example of this is currently happening at NASA itself. Using automated algorithms, NASA has been able to generate the most ideal antennae for their spacecraft, namely the Space Technology 5 (). The software comes from work previously done by them…

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  • The Benefits Of NASA

    Ever since the age of sputnik and the race to the moon, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has been propelling humanity forward through innovations in technology and providing a brighter future for America. However, recent years have seen cuts to the overall budget of NASA and more budget proposals are seen every year. Our country cannot afford to let NASA fade into irrelevance and be left to romanticize about what could have been. Instead, we should increase NASA’s budget…

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  • Change At NASA

    Managing Change at NASA For NASA, by the end of 1985, the need for change would begin to unfold as communication breakdown among its people began to take place (Palmer, Dunford & Akin, 2009). The need for change was not recognized until disaster struck and investigative results identified key information as to the need for change (Palmer, Dunford & Akin, 2009). The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion in early 1986 was the first costly event which resulted from communication breakdown. After…

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  • The Future Of NASA

    As astronauts and researchers push beyond their previous limits, they encounter greater perils and expenditures; the mounting challenges are a major concern for future endeavors into space. Keeping proper maintenance and performing repairs becomes more arduous as people advance further in space (Spotts). Unexpected hindrances can often threaten the life of the humans who are stranded out of reach of assistance. Deducing solutions to impediments located light years away becomes nearly impossible…

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  • Money For NASA

    Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA (Spector). Not only does NASA 's technology contribute to space, it also benefits the lives on Earth, too. Therefore, NASA should be given more money so that they can continue to develop a productive space program. The United States of America should budget more money for NASA because the space program leads to discoveries in space, creation of new products, and stimulation of the economy. The…

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  • NASA Trip

    planet on a rocketship? Well that would be great to see the world outside of Earth, but since I am too young to that right now I have decided that this ticket will take me to NASA’s space station in Houston, Texas. I have chosen this particular place because it would be both an adventure and a learning experience for me. NASA is somewhere I would like to go because I really love outer space and learning about it. Ever since I was a young child, I would look out my window or go outside with my…

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  • The History Of NASA

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration, better known as NASA, has been around for fifty-eight years now! NASA is a United States government agency that is responsible for air and space travel. It has accomplished several different things pertaining to air and space travel. The biggest accomplishes are: human space flight, first human landing on the Moon, they also have humans living on the ISS (International Space Station), They have sent space probes to every single one of the planets in…

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  • The Future Of NASA Research

    NASA works to increase not only to change the way organizations and individuals treat climate and environment, but also to increase the public knowledge about climate change. The goal behind this is to break misconceptions, educate the young, and prepare for a future of awareness. An official report released from NASA explains the reasoning and goal behind this research and education. It reads, “Federal climate change science research focuses on broadening fundamental scientific understanding of…

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  • NASA Space Regulation

    Aeronautic and Space Administration should pivot — from space exploration to space regulation. In particular, private companies — not NASA — should undertake the exploration of space and NASA should oversee these ventures, much as another federal agency, the FAA, oversees private aviation. Private space companies would go through rigorous tests and monitoring period and at a certain point be 'cleared ' for space travel with humans. This would be very successful because competition drives down…

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