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  • The Benefits Of Outer Space Exploration

    the other is by space exploration (Coles 2016).” Since 1969, the United States has sent many astronauts and scientists into outer space. Almost half a century of exploration has helped in creating the abilities in medical and technology that are possessed today. Without the exploration of areas beyond our atmosphere, humanity would not have the luxuries and safe guards that it has today. Space exploration plays a key role in the functioning and well-being of society; therefore, private entities who are not associated with the government should not be allowed to have operations that take place beyond Earth’s atmosphere. With any group project, rules and guidelines…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Outer Space

    when they grew up: an astronaut. There is a reason why the idea of going to space instantly captivated these children. Outer space entices human curiosity. Curiosity and the desire for knowledge and understanding is what sets humans apart from other species. The same curiosity that drove scientists like Marie Curie and Albert Einstein drives many to dream of space exploration. However, not all people share this intense desire for knowledge and inquiry, and that is not the only concern…

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  • Space Exploration Research Paper

    improved upon with crew safety lies within the area of bacteria of celestial bodies, but from space itself. Mankind has never been in contact with these bacteria that originate from other celestial bodies, and the consequences of encountering these forms of bacteria are unknown. The safest and most logical concept is to improve upon all the shielding from space, to create as little contact with the forms of bacteria as possible (Krishen 5). Another area of crew safety that is to be improved upon…

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  • Form Of Colonial Government

    humanity’s first colony will be on Mars. Martian colonization is an incredibly complicated and costly endeavor, but no longer one relegated to the pages of science fiction or the imaginations of idealists. Rather, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in the United States has plans to have a colony on the planet by 2030 (Knapton, 2015). Further, independent enterprises have also joined in with plans to colonize the planet in the next 10 to 20 years. The most notable of these…

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  • The Importance Of Space Exploration

    September 14, 2015; the day satellites observed gravitational waves coming from a binary black hole merger. This type of outer space phenomenon was observed for the first time in Earth’s history. This is just one reason out of many, as to why I am obsessed with space. There is so much that we do not know about the world that lies outside of our own. For this exact reason, I began my pursuit of knowledge. Questions filled my mind; what kind of research efforts are taking place now? How has our…

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  • Leaving Orbit By Margaret Lazarus: An Analysis

    not knowing the next move you will take or what is simply out there that thrills us of excitement. Going to space has deeply affected not only our society and our life, but also our personal state of mind. The Taking the chances to that unknown land can turn out to be a very beneficial outcome to life. With taking those chances of exploring the beyond, such as space, has benefitted mankind with advancements of technology. These sources of technology that we utilize everyday are not realized by…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Space Exploration

    Space Exploration Humans always had a nature of curiosity. That’s what drove Ferdinand Magellan and Juan Sebastián Elcano to circumnavigate the globe. They discovered new lands and crossed new oceans. If they weren’t allowed to go on the voyage, then our history would be too recent. Humans would still be exploring and naming lands in later centuries, if such an event were to happen. This applies to space exploration. With the head start space agencies has executed, the future generations will…

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  • The Uncertain Future Of Private Space Travel

    Future for Space Travel Explorers during the Age of Discovery can sympathize with the notion that exploring new frontiers present difficulties far beyond that explorer’s eagerness to travel. We as a society may not bear the complete awareness yet; however, space exploration is an obstacle that humanity must seriously contemplate as we finally commit to the idea that our resources will not last forever. Years ago, but up until now, if the average person proposed leaving a traceable footprint in…

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  • Personal Essay: The Search For Perfection

    The positive one, is that by searching the space we have gained knowledge mostly related to astronomy, electronic engineering. and the medical field. And I admit that it’s a lot! Even so, there should be a limitation, in other words the discoveries made should not to be used, exclusively for personal financial achievements in lieu for the benefit of the world population at all levels of their financial budget. Lamentably, it is not so, the discoveries are not used for the affordable human…

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  • Exploration Of The Space: The Importance Of Space Exploration

    of the Space “Space, the final frontier” is a popular phrase from the television show Star Trek. However, even though this show is fictional, the idea of space exploration is truly real. It may be interpreted in different ways, such as, a need for human exploration or the next destination for human expansion. For centuries, the stars have mystified people all around the world, and it was not until recently that exploration began. Within the last one hundred years, man not only developed…

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