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    History: The Space Race

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    The Space Race The great space race started in the early 1950s. There were two sides, the democratic capitalists of the US, and the communists of the Soviet Union. The idea of space travel sparked a race to see who could get into space first. B both wanted to prove that their military and technology was better. October 4th, 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite to be in Earth’s orbit. It was seen as the new frontier in the technology of space travel. In 1958…

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    first humans on the moon. Launched by a Saturn V rocket from the Kennedy Space Center on July 16, the trip to the moon had lasted a total of ----- days, ---- hours, and ---- minutes from launch to…

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    present day an Afrikan man became president. Present day is worse because because country's fight over nothing The 60s is better than present day. One reason why i think the 1960s is better is the space race the space race was a great time in the 1960s. it shows in the text the first American to go into space was in 1963 . this is a good source because it doesn't take one side so it has good facts about both and it is fairly new . Another reason reason i…

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    Ocean Before Space

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    Space Exploration Space is the ongoing discovery and exploration of celestial structures in outer space by means of continuously evolving and growing technology. While the study of space is carried out mainly by astronomers with telescopes, the physical exploration of space is conducted both by unmanned robotic probes and human spaceflight. As Astronomers go further in space, finding essential knowledge of space, acquiring ways to survive the outskirts of the intergalactic space and also…

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    The Apollo Missions

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    missions explored the moon and capabilities of mankind, they pushed the boundaries and tested the possibilities of human adventure and exploration. The Apollo Program was the third United States human flight program carried out by National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA). The first moon landing was in 1969, led by president John F. Kennedy. He said, "Landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth" was a national priority. His inspiring speech started the race to the…

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    The Movie Hidden Figures

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    headquarters, they had other priorities; in 1957 the USSR, who was not only the US’s competitor in the cold war, but also for technology, launched the first satellite into space. The successful launch and return of this satellite, called the Sputnik, was a feat accomplished by no other country and effectively started the space race between the US and USSR.…

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    mission look so interesting like the astronauts are not bored any second of the day. Actually it is not true you get very bored when you are on a space mission. Although you may get bored, it is worth going to space and pick up asteroids. Scientist have been studying the mission to go to space and pick up asteroids. NASA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, should fund the asteroids studies because we can be aware, we can capture the asteroids , and we may get recourses for…

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    How does Fleur Adcock express individuality in Heidi With the Blue Hair? In Heidi With the Blue Hair by Fleur Adcock there are many conflicts between different characters, ideas and so on, to create different themes. She expresses the theme of individuality by conflicting it with boundaries. Adcock expresses individuality by using conflicts between characters and colours to show societal/school norms that conflict with individuality. In the first stanza of the poem you can immediately the…

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    Bureaucracy is an organization that focuses on a system of government in which the authority within the bureaucracy is a hierarchy which shows who clearly is in change. . “First, authority is hierarchically structured, making a clear chain of command. Second, selection of personal is competitive and based on demonstrated merit. Third, a specialized division of labor allows for the more efficient completion of assigned tasks. Fourth, bureaucracies are governed by formal, impersonal rules that…

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    when combined with other signals. Second, these frequencies aren’t competing with RF output created by the solar and Jovian electromagnetic fields. So the military radar signals from the Cold War looking for incoming ICBMs are still traveling through space and stand out to any aliens listening on those frequencies. Air traffic radar, military radar and similar applications are still using these frequencies, too, so our planet continues to radiate them. Take this in contrast to the shift to…

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