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    As astronauts have spent more time in space, the scientific community has become more aware of the dangers of a prolonged amount of time in space on the human body. In order to ensure the safety of astronauts spending a large amount of time above and beyond the Earth’s mesosphere, it is important to fully understand the potential dangers of prolonged exposure to outer space environments and generate a solution to these problems. Therefore, this research study aims to examine such risks in order to

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    During the years preceding the World War I, exponential progress in space technology was made in countries like Germany, the USSR and the USA. Unsurprisingly, their activities received an enormous boost during the war and afterwards, leading eventually to the great breakthrough of 1957, when Sputnik I became the first satellite to orbit the Earth in outer space. In April 1961, Yuri Gagarin completed the first manned space flight and in 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human being to set foot

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    Speech About Outer Space

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    Did you know that only happy people are allowed in space? It is because you cannot cry on space as your tears will never fall… Wait, there is more… Did you know that there is a huge reservoir of water that is floating and orbiting in space, and which is the equivalent to about 140 trillion times all the water in the earth’s oceans and seas? Did you know that in 1962, the United States blew up a Hydrogen Bomb in space that was close to hundred times stronger than the Atom Bomb they dropped in Hiroshima

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    The 1967 Outer Space Race

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    termed as a “space race” occurred after the USSR launched the world’s first satellite, Sputnik, into orbit in October 4th, 1957. The politics of space seemed suddenly more vital than it ever had before, and serious political thought was contemplated. What could space have to offer that would benefit for humanity? As the two superpowers competed over the next decade, the questions became more difficult. Should space be regulated like territory on Earth? How

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    152074 Lit 14 – Introduction to Poetry and Drama Memory of Yesternight: Analysis of Sorrows of the Moon In Charles Baudelaire’s Sorrows of the Moon, the moon is imagined as a woman. With this attribution, the moon is given the privilege of being seen and treated as a lady throughout the poem thus referring to it as a “she” rather than an “it”. In the first two lines of the poem, This evening the moon dreams more lazily/As some fair woman, lost in cushion sleep, the moon is at once

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    commercial industry in space activities has always been questioned. Throughout the space age the U.S. space program has used the commercial industry in several different ways. Without it the space program would not be where it is today, however it still has a long way to go. Linster pointed out that he believed that the commercial industry needs to play a larger role and expand as the U.S. space program evolves over time. (Linster, pg 52) According to Hanberg the commercial space industry supporting

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    Going To Mars

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    exposure may increase your cancer risk, it can damage your nervous system, with both acute effects and later consequences."(Regis) Additionally going to Mars can have harmful effects to the inside of your body. The NASA article "The Human Body in Space" says, "Your bone mass wastes away, your teeth become more susceptible to cavities, your body's muscles, including your heart, even the small muscles that control your eye movements, atrophy and lose mass,

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    Gerard Trimberger Section: AA 0742084 Scientific Research Paper RD Topic: Effects of Long Term Space Flight Introduction The effects of space flight on the human body are noticeable from the moment the clock strikes 0 and the rocket begins lift off. The immediate G-forces that impact the body are on the order of 4G. These G-forces force the blood downward from our brains towards our feet, which can cause vision impairment, which is commonly known as a "grey-out [1]." Once the astronauts have escaped

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    Mr. Monk Character Analysis In Mr. Monk Gets Even by Lee Goldberg, Mr. Monk was even better at solving the murder mysteries than I expected. Mr. Monk was an unusual character; he was written to be abnormal. Despite his many phobias and quirks, he was a brilliant detective. He used his deductive skills consulting the San Francisco Police Department. In the story, he solved several murders and prevented the prison escape of his nemesis. Throughout the story, Mr. Monk was an interesting character.

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    Warford Research Paper Space Hazards SpaceZ is in the midst of their mission to visit and colonize Mars. They have already developed the technology to get to Mars and have already underwent several cargo missions in which equipment, supplies, and more were transported to Mars to facilitate the colonization process and to save space on the manned flight. The plan is without a doubt following the necessary course laid out for success, however, all of that was about to change. Space proves to create problems

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    continue developing space exploration technologies despite high costs? Tilekbergen Abishev 201589017 EAP Reading/Writing Tutor: Mark Raisen EAP Group: 16 Introduction More than 50 years have passed since the beginning of the space age. In today's world, space exploration is a controversial topic and humankind faces the important decisions about the further implementation of space exploration, because billions of dollars are spent annually for the developing of space technologies

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    learn’d astronomer, seems to have forgotten about the simple beauty of outer space, feeling nauseated with the immense complexity of it all Whitman has to leave. Once he leaves lecture hall he is once again reminded of his love for the magnificence that the stars in the sky hold. The narrator would much rather admire the perfect way the stars calmed him in silence without an explanation for their existence. Waltman is examining space in ways that we have discussed in

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    Now that the Space Race is over, what is the point? Are we wasting our money? Should we cut their budget? When the cold war ended with the soviets in 1991, it sparked up a debate as to whether or not the funding for the National Aeronautics and space administration should be continued. Although it may seem like a simple fix, it has proved to be one of NASA’s greatest and most difficult challenges yet. In the article, “Should We Cut NASA Funding?” written by Keith Yost, he answers the questions that

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    Tyson Pros And Cons

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    ever be able to repeat or replicate Kennedy’s success in propelling the United States into outer space? The simple answer is no. Tyson will never be able to to repeat Kennedy’s feat for many reasons, but the two most important ones are that he will never be in a position to reach out and get the extended attention of America and that people just don 't see space as the new frontier that they once did. Space is an amazing thing and a thing that should be explored, but that is not the view that many

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    citizens still suggest more cuts, or even the elimination of the program. People have been talking about our declining economy, flawed political system, and unemployment rates. As such; some have looked at space exploration as an expensive, unneeded burden. However, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is one of the greatest investments that has benefited our nation and we misuse the funds to let it continue its work. The current budget is a ninth of what it was in its heyday of the 60’s

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    Now that the Space Race is over, what is the point? Are we wasting our money? Should we cut their budget? When the cold war ended with the soviets in 1991, it sparked up a debate as to whether or not the funding for the National Aeronautics and space administration should be continued. Although it may seem like a simple fix, it has proved to be one of NASA’s greatest and most difficult challenges yet. In the article, “Should We Cut NASA Funding?” written by Keith Yost, he answers the questions that

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    surrounded by darkness he also creates suspense. The audience is dying to see what the meaning of the light is. Space Odyssey and Interstellar use the negative space differently. Both films show scenes in which spaceships are traveling through the universe. The spacecrafts appear small compared to the black universe. In Space Odyssey the earth is sometimes visible when we see the spaceships and space station. This is a further element for comparing size. In Interstellar the Black hole is seen behind the

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    We are always exposed to radiation, but thanks to the shield that the earth provides humans called atmosphere, humans are protected from 99.9% of the dangerous radiations coming from space. When astronauts go to space, instead of receiving the normal dose of radiations that living creatures get on the Earth, 0.00001 Sievert, they get 0.66 Sievert that is the dose that you get if you do a CT scan every five or six days1. This level of radiation may lead to damage to the DNA cells, therefore, causing

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    been dreaming about space travel since antiquity. The Chinese used rockets for ceremonies and military purposes centuries ago, but only in the final years of the 20th century were rockets manufactured that were powerful enough to outstand the force of gravity to reach orbital velocities that could open space to human exploration. A lot of scientists have devoted their lives to revealing the secrets of space and finding the answers to questions related with human existence, space expeditions, the existence

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    Introduction The moon landing was an exciting and phenomenal event, but a mars landing would be even more exciting for humanity. "In college, I wanted to be involved in things that would change the world. Now I am (Iliev, 2018)." These are the words of the man behind the dream and ambition to land on Mars under the SpaceX Program. Good morning everyone, my name is Nicholas Peters and I'd like to share with you a brief history of a man I have looked up to for the majority of my life, Elon Reeve Musk

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