He was known as a worldwide hero for being the first person to walk on the moon. In 1978 Armstrong received presidential Medal of Freedom, and in 2009 he received congressional gold medal and the collier trophy. (Smith, John M, and Tim Cawkwell, the World Encyclopedia of the Film) Neil Armstrong’s impact on society was big because he was the
The moon landing was one of the most iconic moments in history. Viewers stood on their toes until the very moment that Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon, and they stayed there until Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin landed on American soil again. Authors The Times, William Safire, and Ayn Rand speak on the moon landing soon after the mission was accomplished. In the morning after America successfully landed the first aircraft on the moon, The Times published an article about the moon landing.
He brought his wife to show his strong emotional side about this event. “Nancy and I pained to the core by the tragedy of the shuttle disaster.” He uses the respect that the country has for him, to show how important tragedy is by speaking in the first person about how
The NASA Moon Landing Conspiracy The conspiracy of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, better known as NASA, Moon Landing has been around for decades. Ever since this event occurred in 1969, there has been speculation. The world watched the live T.V broadcast in awe as Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the surface of the Moon. People brought the belief of film making to the landing, the pictures sent back from Apollo 11 were found unruly, and when the crew returned to Earth their reactions to the skeptics were validated with their hesitant responses to the events.
Giving this speech, President Reagan had a saddened, grieving, and woeful tone. He opens by stating that instead of his State of the Union Address, he would be addressing the tragedy that
In his speech, President Ronald Reagan appeals to the masses by using a variety of rhetorical devices to invoke an emotional response from the audience. He makes it known that the astronauts were great people. He compliments them and offers his condolences to their families. His speech allows him to make his audience feel distressed for the disaster. The figurative language used helps the audience to envision a picture of the disaster.
He mentioned that America has never lost an astronaut in flight and that this was the first time. Reagan also mentioned that the last accident was 19 years ago. “We’ll continue our quest in space. There will be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews and, yes, more volunteers, more civilians, more teachers in space. Nothing ends here; our hopes and our journey continue.”
He brings us together in this sorrowful time in order to remember those who died because “We mourn seven heroes” (Reagan, 1986) and “We mourn their loss as a nation together” (Reagan, 1986). The President’s loss of emotions creates an assuring tone that
He was also said that they are in the same blood. He was just saying how bad is life with racism. In his speech he just talking about his experience when he was in the holocaust and also his depression during those times. He was also saying how cruelty is the humanity because all the violence.
Throughout his speech the president continues to talk to the families specifically and the entire nation, “we cannot bear as you do”. He is indicating that no matter how mourning the nation feels, the ultimate pain that is inflicted
She became the first female astronaut to go into space Mae C. Jemison came to Earth on September 20, 1992 for eight days or 190 hours in space. Mae C. Jemison noted that societies should recognize how much women and people can contribute if given opportunities. On October 17, 1956 a astronaut was born in Decatur, Alabama, Mae C, Jamison. Her father Charles Jemison was a carpenter and a roofer,
In total Jemison spent over 190 hours in space before making her return back to Earth on September 20, 1992. Succeeding her journey into space, Jemison pointed out how society needs to acknowledge how women and racial minorities can make tremendous contributions when given the chance to succeed. In early 1993, Jemison resigned from her position at NASA because she wanted to pursue other interests. In 1995, Dr. Jemison became a professor of Environmental Studies at Dartmouth until 2002. Dr. Jemison has also established the Jemison Group which works to research, develop, and market advanced technologies to the general public.
He took more jobs and received medals and awards for his work. Every time Bluford took more job opportunities, more and more doors opened for him. In 1978, Bluford admitted his application to the Space Shuttle Program. He knew there were little chances he might get accepted. When he was accepted he said, “As black scientists and engineers and aviators, we had to prove that black people could excel.”
The beginning of the Space Race began with the Soviet Union’s successful launch of Sputnik in October of 1957. Shortly after in 1961, President John F. Kennedy gave his famous space exploration speech to Congress. In it, he asked for more resources so that the United States could send a man to the moon and bring him back to Earth safely before the decade was out.
An astronaut named Yuri Gagarin was launched in space, known as the first man outside the Earth’s orbit in the spacecraft Vostok I. These incidents hurt the pride and ego that caused the American’s to take a step at such drastic measures even though they faced many failures in the space race. The events in the space race still continue… After this incident years went by and finally the day arrived where America will take the upper hand. Apollo 11 was launched into space in July 20th, 1965. The space craft was named The Eagle.