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    Undoubtedly, one of the most tragic moments in history was the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion. On January 28th, 1986, the space shuttle Challenger exploded just 73 seconds after liftoff , killing all 7 of the crew members onboard. There were many theories about what could have caused the explosion to occur. One report claimed that there was a certain pattern with the smoke trail indicating that the shuttle ran into a jetstream. However, freezing temperatures hardened rubber o-rings on one…

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    SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCH, CHALLENGER National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) reviewed the first reusable space shuttle in 1976. One of these shuttles was scheduled to launch in 1986, Jan 28. The weather conditions on that day were not conducive for the event as it was too cold to launch the Challenger. As a result the launch was delayed as they were people who were not sure if it would normally launch without any problem given the fact that weather conditions were not conducive. At…

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    We are going to launch in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… Pshhhhhhh, lift off, “It is a success, it is a success,” exclaimed all the crew members and the launchers cheerfully. This was the first time any space shuttle has set off for Mars. No, humans had ever been to Mars because of its atmosphere the time and the fuel it takes to get there. Also, the astronauts had an important mission to collect the sand the dirt anything different that they could find there. 39 days later… At last the astronauts reached…

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    No, the Space shuttle Columbia could not have made the necessary orbital maneuvers to dock with the ISS for safety. The shuttle Columbia launched to an orbital inclination of 39 degrees. (Gebhardt 2013) The International Space Station however is at an inclination of 51.6 degrees, a 12.6 degrees difference.(Cooney n.d.) After launch, the shuttle does not have enough fuel on board to be able to make an inclination change of this magnitude. Because of the extra weight shuttles are not loaded…

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    Space Shuttle The space missions by NASA involve the exploration of our space by pushing for more scientific and technical skills. It is indeed useful for us in addressing the fundamental concerns especially concerning the solar system. Through space missions, the exploration is expanded by using the technology. The missions are essential in integrating technology in form of robotic missions (Xu, & Kanade, 2010). For any successful endeavor as observed in the science center. The translunar space…

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    NASA Space Shuttle is the first reusable space shuttle in the world and used to deliver astronauts and cargos into space and return to the Earth. The success of the space shuttle getting through the catastrophic forces when travelling into space and back again in serviceable form was credited to the ingenious engineers. First, the rocket engineers faced the problem that without any protection, the engines would self-destruct under extreme temperatures when travelling huge distances. In fact, at…

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    Kennedy: Address on the Nations Space Program at Rice University The former 35th President of the United States of America John Fitzgerald Kennedy who served approximately 3 years running from 1961 of January to November 22, 1963 has had a great impact on the world from then to today. Of the many substantial widely known privileges we have in modern day, they were thoroughly discussed between Kennedy, the Senate and the House of Representatives. The ‘Address on the Nations Space Program at Rice…

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    money from the educated that hinders their success in the world. To save the world from imminent failure, drastic measures must be made to eliminate the problem of ignorance. I propose that the government increases funding for NASA to create a space shuttle that can hold as many individuals as possible and that will have the ability to travel at least 225 million kilometers to our neighboring planet, Mars. (“What Is the Distance from Earth to Mars?” 2013.) To complete this goal, it will be a…

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    earth with useful information of space. The probe was 747 lb. And it was built by Hughes Aircraft Company at the plant in California called El Segundo (Russell, 2012). It measured about 1.4 meters across. The probe was devised in a way that it could sustain high temperatures in which the inner part was made of a heat shield. The scientific instruments inside were protected from the extreme heat as well as pressure that during the duration of its high speed to space. The inside part was…

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    If one is driving one 's vehicle and recognizes a person on foot venturing off a walkway, so what is one goes after the accelerator rather than breaks and runs the passerby over – is that viewed as an accident? On the off chance that you point a firearm at somebody and pull the trigger, is that and misfortune? If you dispatch a rocket at the temperature you know will bring about a demise or a catastrophe, is that comprehended as a bad luck? The accident is considered as “an unfortunate incident…

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