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    Cited: Ares V. Digital image. News.bbc.co.uk. Web. 12 Jan. 2012. . Bizony‚ Piers. The Space Shuttle: Celebrating Thirty Years of Nasa ’s First Space Plane. Minneapolis‚ Minn: Zenith‚ 2011. Print. "Cold War." Wikip edia. Wikimedia Foundation‚ 05 Nov. 2012. Web. 15 Feb. 2012. . "Constellation Program." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation‚ 05 Nov. 2012. Web. 6 Apr. 2012. . "Cuban Missile

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    Beatriz Pacheco Mr. Bahari Geology CP‚ Period 1 08 January 2013 NASA spends about nine point nine twenty eight billion dollars per year. I agree that spending that much amount of money is worth it and at the same time it is not worth it because of the following. I agree that it is worth the expense because with mars exploration we can discover new things in space. It may be possible to even discover other living creatures that yet they are undiscovered. It is great to send people to space

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    NASA who put a man on the moon‚ and inspired millions and millions of people‚ devastated our confidence and broke our hearts in an instant on January 28th‚ 1986. The magnificent ship exploded and dropped into the ocean. The disaster claimed all lives onboard. In the week that followed sorrow turned into rage‚ as the exact causes of the disaster became known. The two rubber O-rings‚ which had been designed to separate the sections of the rocket booster‚ had faileddue to cold temperature. NASA and

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    The Benefits Of NASA

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    When people think about NASA’s accomplishments‚ many people (can only or will) mention space exploration‚ but if you show them a few of NASA’s recent inventions they will begin to see the greater side of NASA. Over the years there have been many major medical innovations that have helped save lives but if you trace back their origins back there have been many that have been based on one of NASA’s many inventions. Infrared ear thermometers use astronomy technology to measure the amount of energy

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    The History Of NASA

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    2. Background 2.1 NASA Short History The National Aeronautics and Space Administration which was established by President Dwight D. Eisenhower is the United States government agency responsible for civilian space program as aeronautic and aerospace research. When it began operations on October 1‚ 1958‚ NASA absorbed the 46-year-old National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics‚ NACA. A significant contributor to NASA’s entry into the Space Race with the Soviet Union was the technology from the German

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    NASA Scenarios

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    your onboard printer working away‚ and then reality hits you. It is your daily 6 foot long list of tasks that NASA has sent you after they finished their daily gripe session about being overworked‚ understaffed‚ and underpaid. NASA sure knew how to treat the three Skylab crews. Team 1‚ led by Conrad‚ seemed to really exhibit E-to-P and P-to-O expectancies. Conrad sold the crew and NASA on the team giving up their scheduled day off to catch up on experiments and

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    Motivation For NASA

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    What was the motivation that led to the discovery? The motivation that led to the discovery of the approval of the Apollo Mission was that NASA has the approval from the government to make available the first manned spacecraft in the United States. " Also‚ a Space Task Group (STG) New Projects Panel held its first meeting August 12 to dis- cuss NASA’s future manned space programs. The panel determined that the following projects would be required to accomplish the goal of lunar landing and return:

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    Commercialization Of NASA

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    The dramatic change in direction of the National Aeronautics Space Administration outlines a key issue within today’s society. In 2011‚ NASA decided‚ after much deliberation‚ to disband their space shuttle program. The reason related to the cost of maintenance and funding of the program. NASA currently focused on deep space exploration rather than more reasonable and cost effective trips to the International space station. However‚ commercialization of space travel and development of a space destination

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    Nasa Spinoffs

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    of the problems that have been helped with the research done through space travel | Unsafe food- Faced with the problem of how and what to feed an astronaut in a sealed capsule under weightless conditions while planning for human space flight‚ NASA enlisted the aid of The Pillsbury Company to address two principal concerns: eliminating crumbs of food that might contaminate the spacecraft’s atmosphere and sensitive instruments‚ and assuring absolute freedom from potentially catastrophic disease-producing

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    Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle In 2011‚ NASA unveiled a new deep-space vehicle called the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV). NASA officials plan for the Vehicle is for it to send astronauts on voyages to an asteroid and then eventually onto Mars. The idea for this vehicle came from an earlier idea for another spaceship. The designs that the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle are based on was originally designed for was the Orion spaceship but unfortunately it was part of NASA Constellation program which has now

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