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    inspired the public.More than 45 terabytes have been collected. The 45 and more terabytes that have been collected,provides lights into the universe,from objects as close to the moon to the most remote galaxies,with incredible photos of supernovas and nebulas in between. In 1923 a German scientist Hermann Oberth first suggested that that a telescope could be launched into orbit to help overcome…

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    Persuasive Essay On Aliens

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    Aliens are coming to decimate the Earth, including the human population, more than likely, this is false, but people can never be too careful. Many individuals claim the radio signals scientists have been monitoring from 3 billion light-years away are proof. Some claim the probability of aliens not existing is far too low, and there is no way Earth hosts the only intelligent life forms out there. Others claim the government is hiding the proof from the public, with the evidence kept in secret…

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    Stargazing 101: Taurus the Bull Taurus is among one of the oldest constellations recognized by human civilization. The bull, in many ancient cultures, is a symbol of strength and fertility. It is very prominent in Greek mythology, and many stars in the constellation are also significant. The Mythology As we’ve learned, Zeus had an insatiable lust for beautiful women. Europa was no exception. The beautiful daughter of Agenor, king of Tyre, was out by the sea picking flowers when Zeus saw her.…

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    Case A: Adidas America Inc. vs. Sketchers USA Inc. Background On September 14th, 2015, Plaintiff A (Plaintiff Adidas America Inc.) filed a complaint of trademark infringement, trade dress infringement, unfair competition, deceptive trade practices and trademark and trade dress dilution, against Defendant S (Sketchers USA Inc.). Plaintiff A put forward such claims due to the assertion of belief that throughout the years, Defendant S had knowingly and continuously produced shoes designs which…

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    The constellation is easy to find in the sky because it is located near the centre of the Milky Way. It contains a number of notable stars and deep sky objects, which makes it easier to find. The three main stars it contains are Antares, Shaula, and In Greek mythology, the constellation Scorpius was identified with the scorpion that killed Orion, the mythical hunter. The two constellations lie opposite each other in the sky, and Orion is said to be fleeing from the scorpion as it sets just as…

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    The Final Frontier

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    In addition, they put in several interesting pieces of information, which they call “astrofacts”, on some pages to maintain interest. For example, they put in facts such as who the first man to go into space was, information on numerous unique supernovas and nebulas, scientists’ thoughts on certain topics, and much…

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    most prized invention was the advancement of the telescope. The advancement of the telescope confirmed Copernicus' theory on the heliocentric view of the universe. Through the use of his telescope, he was also able to look at the moon, observe a supernova, verify the phases of Venus, discover sunspots, and discovered that the moons and the planets were not perfectly round. The new discoveries became controversial, especially when Galileo proved the heliocentric theory. In 1616, the Catholic…

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    Primeval Nebular Theory

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    This theory is the theory that the solar and stellar systems were developed from a primeval nebula. A nebula is a cloud of gas and dust in outer space. A primeval is standing for the earliest ages in the history of the world. This means Primeval nebula means a cloud of gas and dust in outer space a long time ago. It was how people think the galaxy was created. This is saying that the universe was always there. The galaxy was created. Then all the stars and planets were created. They were all…

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    Neon

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    distributed in the entire Universe. The thermonuclear reactions between carbon and oxygen, that occur in the stars cores and are responsible for its high temperatures, can eventually create neon. Some of these stars explode, originating novas and supernovas, releasing huge amounts of gas, responsible for the existence of neon in clouds of interstellar gas. At room temperature, neon's state of matter is gas. It is a very rare, inert gaseous element that is found in the noble gases section in…

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    H. D Wells The Star

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    Arthur C Clarkes' "The Star" takes place in a spaceship in which the narrator and his crew members are going to explore the remains of the Phenix Nebula, a star that became a supernova. The purpose of the trip was to investigate the explosion of the star and learn from the catastrophe. But upon arrival they encounter the remains of a planet that had left what can be interpreted as a time capsule. This vault contained every aspect of the civilization that once habited the planet. The finding of…

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