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    Voyager 1 Introduction Space exploration is complex. Scientists study the space in steps. Each step presents new discoveries, which make the scientists to rethink and restructure their exploration program. It is because of this that space exploration is full of historical programs, which have been in use to explore the universe up to a certain level. Each space exploration program is identified with specific equipment it used in its era. Development of these equipments uses the best available technology. After their development, they are sent to the space, where they are expected to send relevant scientific signals back to the earth for detailed analysis. Among those highly profiled equipments developed in the history of space exploration is…

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    Origins The Voyager program began in the 1965 with Gary Flandro’s discovery of a rare planetary alignment of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune that would occur in 1977. This alignment occurs only once every 175 years. The Grand Tour as the program was called had launch windows between 1976 and 1980. The original idea of the Grand Tour was to send four probes to ultimately visit every planet in our outer solar system. In 1971 funding for the Grand Tour program was canceled in the 1973 NASA…

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    human curiosity and ambition has combined over the years to advance our pursuit the discovery of new astronomical findings. One such ongoing effort is the Voyager Program. Two space probes, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, were launched in the late 1970s to collect data about our solar system. Voyager 2 was launched from the Kennedy Space Center on August 20, 1977. Voyager 1 was also launched from the Kennedy Space Center 15 days after Voyager 2 on September 5, 1977. The reason for the seemingly…

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    In the year 1800, 13-year-old Pierre La Page never imagined he would be leaving his home (Montreal) to paddle 2,400 miles across the lakes of Cape Cod, but when his father suffers an accident it will be up to him to quit school and take his father’s brutal job as a voyager for The Northwest Company. Worried for her son’s life Pierre’s mother might never see him again because of the brutal waters, crashing waves, and lack of food and water, Pierre’s courage will keep on pushing him to make his…

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    It was a particularly cold, frisky night in Saturn. We have been in the rings of Saturn on our enemies ship for god knows how long. Our commander, Cayde, at tower Earth sent the Fireteam to Saturn to capture the Taken King. The Taken King, was the biggest plague the system has ever seen. If the Fireteam shut down the Taken King, they ended all of the battle between the Taken and the Vanguards that took place all over the Solar System. It was the Hunter, Titan, and the Warlock. They were…

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    Joy Of Less

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    brother was constantly in and out of hospitals: so much so that I count St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital among my childhood homes. The perk of being in hospitals (and hotels, and the Target House or Ronald McDonald House), is the rampant availability of cable television. Though I never watched enough cable children’s shows to really follow any particular series, getting to watch cable TV was special and exciting. It was treated as a treat, not something to which to grow accustomed. Another…

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    Jupiter Research Paper

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    Jupiter the biggest planet in our solar system! It is the 5th planet from the sun. It is the 4th brightest planet. Jupiter was first discovered by Pioneer 10. After Pioneer 11, Voyager 1, Voyager 2, and Ulysses visited Jupiter. Jupiter is mostly made up of gases. Jupiter has a combination of hydrogen and helium. With traces of water, Methane, Ammonia and rock. Jupiter has a similar composition to Saturn but Jupiter most likely has a core of rocky material. Jupiter has a mass 1.8986*10(27)…

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    Since the launch of Cassini in 1997, its images have fascinated people and scientists with their beauty and complexity. For its latest mission, the best choice for Cassini's camera is Jupiter and its orbit. This is because it has been 25 years since a photo of Jupiter like this has been taken so this picture will provide valuable information to exoplanet researchers by showing us how planets with atmospheres look from one billion miles away. One of the reasons why Cassini should take this…

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    screening of science-fiction programmes, the shows chosen are as followed; Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Star Trek: Voyager, Thunderbirds, Battlestar Galactica and Continuum. This list of programmes has been compiled due to their joint concern with Gender and Character Types. In more detail The Sarah Jane Adventures and Star Trek: Voyager will be considered in greater detail in their choice of gender and character archetypes, mainly to explain their influential female leads. It will also…

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    The Summer Food Service Program was developed in the United States in to create healthy nutritionally balanced meals mainly for students 18 years old and younger coming from low-income households during the summer months when the School Breakfast Program and National School Lunch Program are not in session. If a student is over the age of 18, they can only participate if they have some sort of physical and/or mental disability that is keeping them within the school district. The Summer Food…

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