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    During the 1960's the cold war against the Soviets was happening and the U.S was suffering not just because of the cold war but also but it's internal problems it had. Both sides settled on race to the moon and the U.S made it their goal to reach it before the Soviets did. But because the space race was all the rage, the U.S government used most of their money and recourses on the space program. The down side to this was all the negative effects it had on their citizens. Poverty percentage was high, too high if you want to call yourself the greatest country in the world. People suffered and were not able to get the same opportunity's as the rest of America so they were constantly hungry, homeless, jobless people living in the so called best…

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    memory, or falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteries” (“Proclamation”). The complexity of space is something that leaves many in awe: such an intriguing and perplexing mystery deserves the utmost thought and consideration when making decisions about its future. There are a multitude of issues to be deliberated about the direction of space exploration. The space program is extremely beneficial; however, the effects on the economy, foreign affairs, and…

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    Effects of Long-term Space Flight Hanna and Shannon are sisters who rely on each other growing up as young children. One day, as an adult, Hanna and her fiancé took a trip to the moon to celebrate their engagement. There, something mysterious happened, causing the spacecraft carrying Hanna and her fiancé lose contact with earth controlling station. Shannon decided to be an astronaut for NASA to find her sister. After a long-time exploration, Shannon found her sister’s spacecraft in Jupiter’s…

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    Nick Gadbaw ESS 102 14 October 2014 Professor Harnett The Negative Effects of Long Term Space Travel and How to Address Them My science fiction story will take place on Mars. The Russians have successfully landed a ship on the surface of Mars and the Americans are not far behind. The mission is to establish an oxygen rich environment on the surface of mars in small scale to test the possibilities of large-scale migration to Mars. The Russians lose contact with their craft after one day on the…

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    Even though the NASA Space Center could use a space station on the moon or Mars, the children of the United States need that money. Weather that’s to buy food or water, they are in more crucial need of that money. The billions of dollars used to build this International Space Station, could go to the children of poverty. First and foremost, the NASA Space Center in Houston, Texas, already has Space Stations in space. There is no real reason to spend billions on another one on the moon or…

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    Sputnik, and unmanned satellite, into space. This event marked the beginning of a new age in science and exploration. The space race took place during the cold war. The Cold War was a war between the United States and the Soviet Union, there was no actual fighting between the two nations it was more about who was better at other aspects. One of those aspects was space exploration. During the cold war there was many events and people who affected the United States, one of this including the Space…

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    piece. There is an example of shape/form of the actual woman’s face which is the central point of attraction in this piece. A large amount of space is being used in this…

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    This is seen as the Self Portrait by Gordon Bennet uses the words ‘I AM’ to convey message and create a question on the stereotypes of Aborigines. The main use of black and white colours to represent the different races and emphasis on the words ‘I am light, I am dark’ also creating negative and positive spaces. The use of symbols is used in Bennet’s work as the image of the boy represent himself in a western costume a cowboy, yet his nationality is part Aboriginal. The issues addressed in the…

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    I had many negative effects on the world including the World War II, the birth of atomic bombs, and the Cold War. One positive effect though was the advancement in the field of space exploration. World War I, the first man-made catastrophe of the twentieth century, lasted four years, from July 28, 1914, to November 11, 1918. The war had two sides; the Central Powers and the Allied Powers. The Central Powers included Austria-Hungary, Germany, and the Ottoman Empire, while the Allied powers were…

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    The affect that space travel has on the human mind is unfathomable to those who have yet to experience such a thing. While children, and even many adults, dream of one day traveling through space and living on another planet, most do not think of the extreme mental struggles that come with this adventure of a lifetime. The struggles of food, water, hygiene, isolation, and gravity are only a handful of what astronauts have to deal with on their missions through space and walking among other…

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