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    personal style. Her success led her to nationwide fame and a role in the film The Color Purple in which she was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting Actress. Winfrey launched the Oprah Winfrey Show in 1986 as a nationally syndicated program. With its placement on 120 channels and an audience of 10 million people, the show grossed $125 million by the end of its first year, of which Winfrey received $30 million. She soon gained ownership of the program from ABC, drawing it under the control of her new production company, Harpo Productions ( 'Oprah ' spelled backwards) and making more and more money from syndication. (Biography.com Editors). Now the mogul has founded O, The Magazine, Oprah.com on the web, and Oprah Radio which is located on Sirius XM Radio. Since announcing the end of the wildly successful show, she has promised her worried fans continued presence by starting OWN, her television channel. These outlets are all tools to broadcast her principles which inadvertently influence…

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    Sirius XM Holdings Incorporated is one of the fastest-growing companies on the market today. Buying a share in Sirius’s stock is a great and safe way to invest your money. Sirius XM’s competitors don’t have nearly good statistics or for that matter, a good product. Sirius XM is categorized as a consumer service business sector and it is in the broadcasting industry. Sirius XM Holdings Inc. was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in New York, New York. They have over 175 channels including 72…

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    Essay On Indecency

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    Indecency seems to be the biggest category for debate in the field of broadcasting. What is defined as indecency? The FCC has defined broadcast indecency as "language or material that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards for the broadcast medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities” (). This definition can be interpreted in many ways. This is why there is so much controversy over what is labeled as indecent and what…

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    Jfk Space Race Analysis

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    Kennedy took over the presidential reins from a harrowed Eisenhower in the late 1960. Continuing a chronological analysis from the perspective of the Cold War conflict, Kennedy found himself faced with seemingly insurmountable circumstances: America was in the process of a deep cultural recession and needed a solution, needed a way out. Kennedy’s answer was delivered in his famous speech in May of 1961: Surpass Russia entirely by the end of the decade, landing a man on the moon and bringing him…

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    On October 4, 1957 the Soviet Union launched the first ever satellite into space called Sputnik 1. One month later on November 3, 1957 the Soviet Union launched Sputnik II while also carrying a dog named Laika which was also the first animal to go up in space. At this point into the space race the Soviet Union were way ahead of the United States. Which also brought more competition and tension into the space race. The first man to travel to space was Yuri Gagarin. History was made on April 12,…

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    (1650)The Governmental Abuse of Power: The Unethical Misuse of Satellite Surveillance Technology in Enemy of the State (1998) This film study will define the unethical misuse of satellite surveillance technology by the government in Enemy of the State (1998), which is a form of governmental abuse of the privacy and legal rights of the citizen. The use of satellite technology in this film defines the power of the National Security Agency (NSA) to observe and monitor the general public as a form…

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    The three careers that I am choosing to investigate from my major, aerospace engineering, are: propulsion development engineer, spacecraft structures engineer, and spacecraft materials engineer. Of these three, my first pick would be propulsion development engineer, followed by spacecraft structures engineer. Propulsion development is a branch of aerospace engineering that focuses on spacecraft and aircraft propulsion systems. I chose to investigate these three careers as I feel that I would…

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    Landsat 7 Case Study

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    Landsat 7 Landsat 7 is a sun-synchronous satellite operated as a joint project between NOSA, NOAA and the US Geological Survey. It continued the US long-term earth observation Landsat program. It have been successfully launched on 15th Aprial 1999 from the Western Test Range of Vandenberg Air Force Base with the altitude of 705 km and revisit time of 16 days. The service time of Landsat 7 is 5 years from July 1999 to October 2014. The detailed characteristic of Landsat 7 as blow Figure 5…

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    1. Executive Summary This project describes an orbital space settlement called the ‘Interstellar Terrarium’(IST). It can house upto 50,000 people along with all the necessities. It takes the shape of a cylinder, to which support is given by a framework of strong carbon nanotubes that can bear the pressure of the walls, the atmosphere inside and the foundations for buildings, and thus prevent the walls from getting bowed outwards. The entire cylinder is divided into three concentric cylinders –…

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    creation of the first Earth satellite. The satellite named Sputnik I was launched by the Soviet Union on October 4, 1957 and orbited the Earth for three months. At this moment the Soviet Union had officially started the Space Race and was currently in the lead. During this time the US citizens reacted differently. “From the 1950's, the United States and the Soviet Union attempted to surpass each other in feats of space exploration. What became known as "the space race" began with the Soviet's…

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